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How to Misread the Science of Health

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Gina Kolata, Science Journalist for The New York Times

Date Nov 15, 2013
Time 3:00 pm  
Location Alice Campbell Alumni Center, 601 S. Lincoln Avenue, Urbana
Cost free
Sponsor Institute for Genomic Biology, College of Law, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, College of Media, Center for Advanced Study
Phone 217.333.4619
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Originating Calendar Institute for Genomic Biology

Title: How to Misread the Science of Health
Speaker: Gina Kolata
Science Journalist, The New York Times
Summary: Our health is one of the most controversial areas of science. Is there any way to cut through the noise, and the myth, to discover the true benefits science can offer us? Gina Kolata, Health writer for The New York Times, helps to interpret the data and make real sense of the science that is instrumental in leading a better quality life so that you can make better decisions for yourself and your future. She provides an in-depth analysis in a clear and direct way, to help you get to the heart of the issues that matter most to you.

Free and open to the public
Reception to follow

Sponsored by:
Institute for Genomic Biology
College of Law
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
College of Media
Center for Advanced Study

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