A complaint filed with the federal Office of Research Integrity alleges that a group of psychiatrists signed their names to a paper written by a communications firm for a major pharmaceutical company.
The two papers were retracted because material that appeared in one paper had already been printed in the other, a practice contrary to ethical guidelines practiced by scientific journals.
The lawsuit alleged that Kiel disparaged a hip protector manufacturer's product by concluding in a study that hip protectors aren't effective, but its dismissal doesn't spell the end of troubles for the professor.
Potato supporters, including a state governor, lashed out against a study that found that potatoes were associated with greater gains in weight than many other foods.
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Zipcar is driving around the Boston area handing out Ben & Jerry's, and it turns out one of its stops today is Brattle Street.
Crystal Y. Coser ’12 and Randa S. Dreznick ’12 will lead the College Events Board as chair and vice-chair next year, promising to increase student input and develop more creative events for the student body.
The makers of Four Loko announced that they would no longer include caffeine, guarana, and taurine in their beverages.
Harvard health officials issued a warning against the consumption of the Four Loko, which has been receiving nationwide scrutiny.
Administrators and students explored whether extracurricular activities induce excessive stress and whether the transition to sophomore year can be eased at a Committee on Student Life meeting yesterday morning.
Harvard officials fielded questions on the College’s drug, alcohol, and amnesty policies during a panel attended by an audience of about 20 undergraduates yesterday evening.
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