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.
“SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME:” A bogus diagnosis? “The research implies that human beings simply cannot shake a baby to death without an accompanying impact to the head. SBS cases, however, frequently show no external injuries. This sugges... Read Post
The tendency of The New York Times to publish opinion pieces masquerading as news stories continues. Let's take today's piece about the Obama-Romney debate.We learn:That Mr. Romney used "the first presidential debate to invigorate h... Read Post