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Is Dentistry a Science? – The Atlantic

In the early 2000s Terry Mitchell’s dentist retired. For a while, Mitchell, an electrician in his 50s, stopped seeking dental care altogether. But when one of his wisdom teeth began to ache, he started looking for someone new. An acquaintance recommended John Roger Lund, whose practice was a convenient 10-minute walk from Mitchell’s home, in… Read More »

Why Science Can’t Seem to Tell Us How to Eat Right

USDA Choose My Plate: “Dietary Guidelines for America.” News release, Harvard School of Public Health. The New York Times: “Are Eggs Bad for Your Heart Health? Maybe.” National Center for Health Statistics: NHANES history: “About the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.” National Cancer Institute: “NHANES Food Questionnaire.” National Cancer Institute: “Usual Dietary Intakes: NHANES… Read More »

Science Fair Project: How To Do Abstract Expressionist Paintings Posted By : Morton L. Barish

Science fair projects on fine art is a virtually untapped area. Not too long ago, a Jackson Pollock painting sold for $ 140 million. This abstract expressionist work of art is said to be the highest price ever paid for any painting. When you consider that Picasso, and Chagall, and Degas and Rembrandt and so… Read More »