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Writer and editor for Shots, NPR's health blog. Ex-WSJ. My fixations manifested here. And, yes, there will be typos. (PR people, don't pitch me on Twitter.)

Unhappy Toy Story: Foot-Powered Scooters Drive ER Visits

wabe.org — Vroom! Vroom! Ow!!!! When it comes to toys that cause serious injuries, those little scooters kids push along with one foot are unique. A look at trends in injuries that sent kids to the emergency room over more than 20 years shows an Everest-like mountain of problems with ride-on toys, including scooters, that reached its zenith in 2001 - an estimated 109,000 injuries.

Unhappy Toy Story: Foot-Powered Scooters Drive ER Visits

kuow.org — Vroom! Vroom! Ow!!!! When it comes to toys that cause serious injuries, those little scooters kids push along with one foot are unique. A look at trends in injuries that sent kids to the emergency room over more than 20 years shows an Everest-like mountain of problems with ride-on toys, including scooters, that reached its zenith in 2001 - an estimated 109,000 injuries.

Unhappy Toy Story: Foot-Powered Scooters Drive ER Visits

kcur.org — Vroom! Vroom! Ow!!!! When it comes to toys that cause serious injuries, those little scooters kids push along with one foot are unique. A look at trends in injuries that sent kids to the emergency room over more than 20 years shows an Everest-like mountain of problems with ride-on toys, including scooters, that reached its zenith in 2001 - an estimated 109,000 injuries.

Unhappy Toy Story: Foot-Powered Scooters Drive ER Visits

wvpublic.org — Vroom! Vroom! Ow!!!! When it comes to toys that cause serious injuries, those little scooters kids push along with one foot are unique. A look at trends in injuries that sent kids to the emergency room over more than 20 years shows an Everest-like mountain of problems with ride-on toys, including scooters, that reached its zenith in 2001 - an estimated 109,000 injuries.

Unhappy Toy Story: Foot-Powered Scooters Drive ER Visits

wnyc.org — Vroom! Vroom! Ow!!!! When it comes to toys that cause serious injuries, those little scooters kids push along with one foot are unique. A look at trends in injuries that sent kids to the emergency room over more than 20 years shows an Everest-like mountain of problems with ride-on toys, including scooters, that reached its zenith in 2001 - an estimated 109,000 injuries.

Unhappy Toy Story: Foot-Powered Scooters Drive ER Visits

wlrn.org — Vroom! Vroom! Ow!!!! When it comes to toys that cause serious injuries, those little scooters kids push along with one foot are unique. A look at trends in injuries that sent kids to the emergency room over more than 20 years shows an Everest-like mountain of problems with ride-on toys, including scooters, that reached its zenith in 2001 - an estimated 109,000 injuries.

Unhappy Toy Story: Foot-Powered Scooters Drive ER Visits

npr.org — Vroom! Vroom! Ow!!!! When it comes to toys that cause serious injuries, those little scooters kids push along with one foot are unique. A look at trends in injuries that sent kids to the emergency room over more than 20 years shows an Everest-like mountain of problems with ride-on toys, including scooters, that reached its zenith in 2001 - an estimated 109,000 injuries.

A Worry In Theory, Medical Data Privacy Draws A Yawn In Practice

wabe.org — When it comes to health records, how concerned are Americans about what happens to their personal information? We asked in the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll. And, in a bit of surprise to me, the responses showed that, in general, worries don't run very high.

A Worry In Theory, Medical Data Privacy Draws A Yawn In Practice

kuow.org — When it comes to health records, how concerned are Americans about what happens to their personal information? We asked in the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll. And, in a bit of surprise to me, the responses showed that, in general, worries don't run very high.

A Worry In Theory, Medical Data Privacy Draws A Yawn In Practice

kcur.org — When it comes to health records, how concerned are Americans about what happens to their personal information? We asked in the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll. And, in a bit of surprise to me, the responses showed that, in general, worries don't run very high.
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Dec 18, 2014

"The first rule of free scoby: 'Do not ask if it is still available. It is' " buswk.co/1x3iKC8

Dec 18, 2014

.@parisreview: "What approach would you suggest for them?" Faulkner: "Read it four times." bit.ly/1x3gyun

Dec 18, 2014

.@parisreview to Faulkner: Some people say they can’t understand your writing, even after they read it 2 or 3 times. bit.ly/1x3gyun

Dec 18, 2014

Top 4 corporate PR screw-ups of 2014, plus (spoiler alert) Bill Cosby. @paulargenti's list; my characterization. bit.ly/1x3cpX8

Dec 18, 2014

.@larry_levitt @maryagnescarey Not crazy. If what you pay for health care goes up a lot, you don't care about aggregate trend.

Dec 18, 2014

RT @tasneemraja: Some news: I am leaving my awesome job at @MotherJones for a new awesome job at @NPRCodeSwitch!

Dec 17, 2014

ICYMI: @JohnsHopkins mistakenly says "yes" to hundreds of rejected applicants wapo.st/16tZnq0 (I was admitted pre-email.)

Dec 17, 2014

My alma mater, @JohnsHopkins, sent me an email with a thank you video. I'm hoping it wasn't a mistake. bit.ly/16tY6iQ

Dec 17, 2014

.@KHCourage takes you behind the scenes at the lab that fingerprints microbiomes: n.pr/13b6Lof



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