Annie Greene

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Annie reviewed this story - May 21, 2012
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2.8

The article was interesting but it focuses more on the armies inability to properly screen soldiers for mental health problems than it does the specific incident of the U.S soldiers rampage--there is little research to back that claim although I think it is safe to say that post war mental health problems of some sort played into the incident.

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Annie reviewed this story - May 21, 2012
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4.0

I found this article to be very interesting. It does a good job at delving into recent studies on blood work and early on set depression and although there is still much work to be done before we can apply this research in everyday medicine, it is informative.

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Annie reviewed this story - May 21, 2012
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3.8
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Annie reviewed this story - Apr 11, 2012
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4.1

Interesting article. I wonder if any other research concerning this topic has been done.

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Annie reviewed this story - Apr 11, 2012
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3.0

I was disappointed to see that an argument such as Peiser's was not brought in until the last couple paragraphs. The bulk of the article implies the less and less people believe that climate change is occurring or that it is of any importance. What I couldn't help but think though is that in reality, so much has happened since 2000 (the year pro green taxing numbers were pulled from in the comparison) that it is of no surprise that people have shifted their priorities. It is of course of great concern that the public does not take this issue more seriously but this article does little to convince me that that it fault of skeptic rhetoric. Rather, I see the troubled economy and continued conflict in the Middle East at fault.

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Annie posted and reviewed this story - Apr 4, 2012
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3.0

As a victim of bad allergies, I found this article to be interesting but not shocking. It is of little surprise to me that climate change could potentially worsen allergens worldwide since many of the allergies we suffer are seaasonal. Therefore as weather patterns change and seasons draw longer or are cut short, I see how and why individuals would be experiencing worse symptoms. I now anxiously await new research and evidence that could further support these claims and more importantly, propose solutions or preventable measures. I appreciated the input from Professor Pinkerton at University of California Davis concerning different health problems arising in new areas that were once never considerd to be at risk.

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Annie reviewed this story - Apr 4, 2012
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3.0

The story is informative, yes, but because the topic being discusssed has yet to evovle very much, it lacks definitve evidence or certainty. However, as an up and coming theme in heart disease reserach, I found the information very interesting. If a Y chromosome test could one day in the near future contribute to heart disease prevention, this subject and furthermore this article will be considered more useful. It was an easy read.

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Annie posted and reviewed this story - Apr 4, 2012
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