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Tag Archives: University of Minnesota
A few days ago, I wrote about a study showing that it’s a-okay to give flu shots to children with egg allergies, which was actually up for debate since vaccines are typically produced in chicken eggs. I also mentioned that … Continue reading
So I just thought I’d bring up another plus about Big Ten schools today. Besides most all of them being in the top 50 in research expenditures every year, they’re also overwhelmingly state schools. Which means their cheap. Don’t believe … Continue reading
You use it, I use it, we all use it. Somehow, someway, our entire culture has become reliant on one single source for all of our information. Luckily, it isn’t Fox News. It’s Wikipedia. The popularity of the crowd-sourced encyclopedia … Continue reading
As the holiday season is now upon us, there is one topic that newspapers, magazines, news shows and blogs can’t get enough of – weight. With all of the gluttony partaking during this time of year, a lot of attention … Continue reading
This one’s pretty straight forward, folks. A new study from the University of Minnesota has – for the first time – analyzed every state’s rates for holding children back a year in 1st through 8th grade. Using the U.S. Department … Continue reading
It’s no secret that I’m a fan of basic science. Exploring the way the world works just to understand it better is a noble pursuit. However, all too often research won’t get funded unless the principle investigator can show evidence … Continue reading