In Review: Between the Lines

A quick search on PubMed reveals that from January 1, 2012 to present time, 20,613,219 journal articles have been published across different scientific journals. Among these 20mil articles, one will find hidden gems that will be rightly cited in future research ad infinitum, yet one will also find the cheap rocks that, sadly, will also probably be cited in future research works across specialties and journals. So how does the average journal reader, the student, the patient, or the practicing professional, plow through the weeds to get to the flowers? Read on! Continue reading…

In Review: Fitbit

A few months ago, I made the decision to invest in a FitBit and start tracking my daily walking habits. I knew for a long time that I wasn’t getting enough walking done in a day….I just needed to have it confirmed with tangible evidence. I’m a hard numbers guy so I needed proof! I’ve been wanting to do a review for this thing for a while and I feel like I’ve experienced this little gadget enough to have a say in it. So…without further delay, here’s Fitbit in review! Continue reading…