Sometimes a healthy debate takes place at some distance from the point of origin of a Times news story or column. That was the case with "Anatomy of a Misdiagnosis" by Deborah Tuerkheimer, an Op-Ed piece published on Sept. 21.
…go read this long and immensely distressing piece by Emily Bazelon about the scientific and legal perils of diagnosing and prosecuting cases of Shaken Baby Syndrome. Researchers have known for quite some time — see this 2004 BMJ ar... Read Post
I half expected the headline to be “Against A Baby, A Baby For God’s Sake, Grey’s Anatomy…” via press release: Surging from its Lead-in by 6.8 Million Viewers and by 233% in Adults 18-49, ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” Posts Solid Gains Ove... Read Post