Welcome to the third annual ABA Journal Blawg 100—the best legal blogs as selected by the Journal’s editors. This year we did something even more blog-like. We asked our readers to help us find blawgs worthy of note.We called it our Blawg Amici and we asked law blog … [Read more...] about Third Annual ABA Journal Blawg 100
British medical journal case reports
In Tennessee, a veterinarian couldn’t legally put down a dog with the same chemicals the state wants to pump into Abu-Ali Abdur’Rahman when it executes him for a 1986 home-invasion murder.That’s why he says the U.S. Supreme Court should hear his case against … [Read more...] about A Painful Way to Die?
The first study linking vaccines to autism was “an elaborate fraud,” according to an editorial by a British medical journal.An accompanying story in the medical journal BMJ found that study author Andrew Wakefield misrepresented or changed the medical histories of the … [Read more...] about Vaccine Autism Study Was ‘Elaborate Fraud,’ Medical Journal Says
Every year, we see stories and musings about the death of blogging. Yet we keep finding new law blogs to pour into our directory. Even after we delete defunct and lapsed blogs, we count more than 3,000 in our listings. So for now, at least, reports that blogging is on its way out … [Read more...] about The 4th Annual ABA Journal Blawg 100
When Yates Hazlehurst got the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine in February 2001, three days before his first birthday, he had just begun to talk, uttering words like Mama, Dada and please. Within a few months, Yates stopped speaking—in words, anyway—and instead … [Read more...] about The Immune Response