Editor’s Selections: Flu Vaccine, Sports Quackery, Skinny Obesity, and Medical Journals Selling out

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By Dr. Peter Janiszewski

Each week, Dr. Peter Janiszewski selects several notable posts from Health and Clinical Research. He blogs at Obesity Panacea.

Here are some of the most fascinating discussions from the previous week:

    Check back next week for some more riveting discussions of health and clinical research!


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