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# medical-journal - Wednesday 26 April, 2017

Belief that saturated fat clogs arteries is 'just plain wrong'
# Landmark Review
# Landmark Review

Belief that saturated fat clogs arteries is 'just plain wrong'

Apr 26th 2017, 7:40 AM 54,627 Views 63 Comments

An editorial in the British Medical Journal finds no link between saturated fat and issues like coronary heart disease.

# medical-journal - Thursday 20 November, 2014

This is what looking down at your phone does to your spine
# Spine-chilling
From The Daily Edge
# Spine-chilling

This is what looking down at your phone does to your spine

Nov 20th 2014, 6:02 PM 27,748 Views 29 Comments

Hint: Nothing good.

# medical-journal - Tuesday 1 April, 2014

Trinity recalls student medical journal for including step-by-step guide to making mephedrone
# Meow Meow
# Meow Meow

Trinity recalls student medical journal for including step-by-step guide to making mephedrone

Apr 1st 2014, 11:58 PM 45,889 Views 35 Comments

The essay, in which students used everyday products to make meow meow, featured on the front page of the Trinity Student Medical Journal.

# medical-journal - Thursday 23 January, 2014

If you're going to have a heart attack, Sweden is the place to do it
# Survival Rates
# Survival Rates

If you're going to have a heart attack, Sweden is the place to do it

Jan 23rd 2014, 6:45 AM 8,597 Views 12 Comments

A major study has found that some 11,000 lives could have been saved if UK patients had received the same care as people in Sweden.

# medical-journal - Thursday 4 July, 2013

Marrying your first cousin can double the risk of birth defects in your babies
# New Research
# New Research

Marrying your first cousin can double the risk of birth defects in your babies

Jul 4th 2013, 6:30 AM 16,894 Views 50 Comments

However a study published in The Lancet today says that the absolute risk of birth defects, such as down syndrome, is low.