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Health

Mediterranean Diet May Lower Health Risk

A Mediterranean diet rich in foods like olive oil, nuts, and fish may reduce the relative risk of coronary heart disease in people at high risk by 30 percent, according to a new study.

Libraries

Beyond the Books: Harvard Libraries’ Quirkier Collections

It's common knowledge that Harvard's libraries house the country's second largest book collection. To those of you unimpressed by shelves upon shelves of dusty tomes, these more eccentric acquisitions may pique your interest. We at Flyby have compiled a list of the quirky, the bizarre, and the questionably useful relics found in Harvard's libraries.

Research

Study: Crowdsourcing a Valuable Resource in Medicine

Crowdsourcing, posing a question, problem, or idea on the internet with the hope of soliciting responses from other web-users, has emerged as a valuable new method of soliciting ideas and solutions in the medical field, according to a case study conducted by researchers at Harvard Medical School, Harvard Business School, London Business School, and web-based innovation company TopCoder.

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An Evil Woman

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina