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A veteran science communicator’s guidelines for PR news releases on medical research

November 28, 2018 Posted By Categories This guest post is by Earle Holland, a member of our editorial team for the past four years.  For almost 35 years, he was the senior science and medical communications officer at Ohio State University. He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Earlier this week,… Read More »

Research Explains Pertussis Resurgence

A group of researchers, with scientists from the University of Georgia, has established that the return of pertussis – commonly known as whooping cough in America – is a predictable outcome of incomplete treatment with an effective vaccine. This conclusion goes against existing theories as to why we have seen a resurgence in the disease… Read More »