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Is Effective Scientific Communication Essential?

ChemistryViews.org turns 5! For the next 5 months, we will be posting feature articles that highlight great content from our archives. Check out the monthly special feature on the 21st of each month! For July, we address the necessity for scientists to be communicators of science. The pressure to publish is a major concern all scientists, be […]

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Cochrane & Evidence Aid: resources for earthquakes

This Cochrane Special Collection, developed in collaboration with Evidence Aid, includes Cochrane Reviews of healthcare topics that are important in the aftermath of a major earthquake. The reviews’ conclusions are presented, along with signposts to systematic reviews that might be helpful to decision-makers. Topics covered: diarrhoea prevention and treatment; wound management; fracture management; physical trauma […]

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Interview with Dr. Myungeun Seo from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

John Wiley & Sons and the Polymer Society of Korea (PSK) presented the Wiley-PSK Young Scholar Awards to young scientists during the annual meetings in recognition of the innovative and outstanding research work by young Korean polymer scientists.   The Wiley-PSK Journal of Polymer Science (JPS) Young Scientist Award was conferred to Dr. Myungeun Seo of the […]

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Prevalence of alcohol use disorders in mainland China: a systematic review

  Alcohol use disorder is an urgent public health problem in China, especially among males. When using high-quality studies, current and life-time prevalence estimates of alcohol dependence in China measure 2.2% and 3.7%, respectively, approaching those of the Netherlands, United States and other western countries. Read the full article here.

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Epilepsia

Current Controversy in Epilepsy: SUDEP

Sudden unexpected death from epilepsy (SUDEP) has attracted considerable attention in the past several years, and there is increasing pressure from the epilepsy community to encourage medical professionals to tell their patients about it. In a Scottish coroner’s inquest after the SUDEP deaths of two girls, a recommendation was made that “The vast majority of […]

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