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The Web 2.0-EBM Medicine split.
 Introduction into a short series. | Laika’s MedLibLog
In the first of a series of posts, Laika discusses the division between evidence-based medicine and medicine 2.0.
10 Tips: How to filter discussions on Twitter? | ScienceRoll
Use Twitter? Have trouble keeping up with all the tweets? Berci Mesko shares some tips on how to follow efficiently.
Top Healthcare Conversations of 2008 | Healthcare NBIC
Jack Powers, director of the the International Informatics Institute (IN3.ORG), documents the January 1, 2009 Health Memes from around the web.
Cancer Research Blog Carnival #17 | Blind.Scientist
New to the Cancer Research Carnival, Blind.Scientist hosts the 17th edition, covering some great cancer studies and a cancer patient's perspective on what's really important: less doing, more being.
How Good Are Doctor Rating Sites? | e-Patients.net
Dr. John Grohol reviews a report on doctor rating sites and addresses the issue of statistical significance.
- Michael Frank probes neurogenetic basis of “oops!” | biomarker-driven mental health 2.0
Mistakes, we all make 'em. Dr. John Fossella reviews a study that provides insight in the way human error-processing works.