A good article on the rampant problem of internet based science these days.
Some new information that crossed my desk today via this study.
My initial thoughts…
- Results were obtained in a mouse xenograft model for obvious reasons; results in human pregnancy may vary
- One day exposure didn’t have any effect. One week exposure was significant. Therefore, I don’t think this should affect sporadic acute treatment too much
- It’s good information to supply patients so they may adjust their use accordingly
I made this visual chart based on the summary contained in Appendix 1 of the CPS to help me remember it in advance of my PEBC exams. Feel free to use it if it helps you.
If there are any corrections to be made, feel free to drop me a note through my website or the email address on the .pdf and I’ll update it.
I really enjoyed my slingbox up until recently. Then the decision was made to add advertising to the viewing software. This includes, at the time of writing, interstitial ads that you must watch before watching your television via your slingbox.
I paid for the hardware. I even paid for the iPhone and iPad viewer apps. Now, after the fact, I have to watch ads before I can use my hardware? Can you imagine buying a toaster and then having to watch an ad each time you want to make toast with it? No? Neither can I.
So disappointed. It appears my time with slingbox is at an end. 🙁