Transparency watchdog criticizes STAT’s non-disclosure on pro-Pharma op-ed

Should publications that post op-ed pieces tell us more about who wrote the op-ed and what their potential biases and conflicts of interest might be? I’m in the camp that answers a resounding YES. Till Bruckner is, too. He writes for Transparify, an organization that rates “the financial transparency of major think tanks.” He is… Read More »

Home Workout Challenge for body & mind: fat burning HIIT – week four, day 26 (Last Day)

It’s the final day of our four week home workout challenge. It’s time to sweat it out for the final time and burn some serious calories with celebrity trainer Svava Sigbertsdottir Congratulations on (nearly) completing our four week home workout challenge for the body and mind. How have you found the journey? We hope you are… Read More »

NUIG students given essay after breaching COVID-19 guidelines

Galway students have been given a 2,000 word reflective essay from NUIG for breaching COVID-19 guidelines, with many people wondering if it’s enough. The university has told students that they must write a reflective essay on the “potential impact their actions could have on family, friends and society,” as part of the sanctions after a… Read More »