The titles below represent a rolling list of the twenty publications added most recently to the Strategian Science Database. Clicking on a title link will take you to the complete bibliographic information and an annotation for the publication and, possibly, a link to the abstract or full text of the publication.
Latest Items Added:
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A Wife Learns to See With Alzheimer's Eyes: A Conversation With Joanne Koenig Coste (published March 23, 2004)
Science, Medicine, and Animals (published 2004)
2004 Presidential Forum: Bush and Kerry Offer Their Views on Science (published October 1, 2004)
The Asphyxiating and Exsanguinating Death of President George Washington (published Spring 2004)
US Election Special: Head to Head -- Bush vs Kerry (published September 16, 2004)
The Science of Abrupt Climate Change (published 2004)
Epidemiology: Friend or Foe? (published August 21, 2004)
Reducing Children's Television Viewing to Prevent Obesity: A Randomized Controlled Trial (published October 27, 1999)
The Old File-Drawer Problem (published July 23, 2004)
Exercise: A Neglected Intervention in Mental Health Care? (published August 2004)
Progress and Problems in the Biology, Diagnostics, and Therapeutics of Prion Diseases (published July 15, 2004)
Megacities and Atmospheric Pollution (published June 2004)
Technical Report -- Legalization of Marijuana: Potential Impact on Youth (published June 2004)
Policy Statement: Recommendations for Influenza Immunization of Children (published May 2004)
How can a Poll of only 1,004 Americans Represent 260 Million People with only a 3 percent Margin of Error? (published March 15, 2004)
Reason as Our Guide (published April 2004)
2 Scientists From Bush's Bioethics Council Say Panel's Reports Favor Ideology Over Facts (published March 8, 2004)
Bush Cuts 2 Dissenters From Federal Bioethics Advisory Council (published March 12, 2004)
How Sound Is Bush's 'Sound Science'?: Leading Scientists say the White House Distorts Research Data to Meet Its Policy Goals (published March 5, 2004)
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