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MONDAY

hNBIC Editors: Published items (items 1 to 50)
January 19, 2009
Walgreens offers health program for businesses 
A CNN/Money.com story describes the new enterprise packaging. See the original press release.
Squeezing the genome: how to shrink your whole-genome sequence to 4 MB  Genetic Future
Lossless instead of lossy genome compression seems better to me.
Sons of billionaires  Dienekes' Anthropology Blog
Small sample size: billionaires.
Launch: Personal Health Advisory Services  Crossover Healthcare
From Scott Shreeve: More like a medical apartment than a medical home.
Veterans exposed to incorrect drug doses 
Bad news for the Veterans Administration's groundbreaking efforts in electronic medical records. (AP)

TUESDAY

hNBIC Editors: Published items (items 1 to 50)
January 20, 2009
Studies offer guide as protein interaction mapping comes of age  PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news
Developing standards for "a comprehensive catalogue known as the interactome"

WEDNESDAY

hNBIC Editors: Published items (items 1 to 50)
January 21, 2009
Wielding technology’s wonders to improve health in America  HealthBlog
Comments on the draft of the National Research Council report "Computational Technology for Effective Health Care: Immediate Steps and Strategic Directions."
The Danger of For-Profit Hospices  Health Beat
Keeping patients alive-enough.
Gene Genie #42 - focus on personalised genetics  Genetic Future
The blog carnival of clinical genetics and personalised medicine.
download, mirror, fork  business|bytes|genes|molecules
"Take [public domain science] data sets, modify them, perhaps update them and then merge them in [back to the public domain]."
Hot off the Press: Fluorescent timers  Biocurious
Four-dimensional microscopy.

THURSDAY

hNBIC Editors: Published items (items 1 to 50)
January 22, 2009
Probiotics  Science-Based Medicine
"If you are a normal human, with a normal diet, save your money. Probiotics have nothing to offer but an increased cost."
Brain fitness & training heads towards its tipping point  SharpBrains
"The key drivers seem to be science and baby boomer demand."
A Lecture by Spencer Wells  The Genetic Genealogist
Notes from the director of National Geographic's Genographic Project sponsored by IBM.
Welcome To Health Wonk Review - 1/09/09  The Health Care Blog
Notes from the healthcare news and policy blogs.
The digital health paradox  The Health Engagement Blog
Three findings in the Health Engagement Barometer.
Medicine 2.0: Social Networking, Collaboration, Participation, Apomediation, and Openness  The Informatics Review
Overview of eHealth conference from Canada's Centre for Global eHealth Innovation. Author Gunther Eysenbach suggests "apomediation" as a more rigorous term than "Web 2.0."
Pharma's worst nightmare  World of DTC Marketing
A blind link to the Wall Street Journal video about WorstPills.org.