This blog hosts posts from several anonymous public health scientists and practitioners, all of whom sign their posts "revere" in recognition of patriot Paul Revere's membership on the first local U.
The cheerful oncologist is Dr. Craig Hildreth with a private practice treating cancer, a deep appreciation of the art of comedy and an apparent ability to play the piano.
The Angry Toxicologist is a full-fledged Ph.D. scientist in the public health sector, according to his or her own self-description. There is no first or last name to reference this claim with, but it's probably fair to presume that if Seed is publishing the blog, this 'scientist' is real enough. The blog itself is a very enlightening read, despite the fact that AT's positions on some subjects have rankled fellow SciBloggers to no end. Of course, it's safe to say that the nay-sayers probably don't have the qualifications in these areas to inflict any serious wounds. Complaining about what they don't know (as if they DID know) is, alas, what many of Seed's SciBloggers do best. AT's knowledgeable coverage of issues that directly concern regular people is refreshing. The topics are important, the writing accessible, and the attitude quite educational. A bookmark-worthy resource.
A heatlh blog that seeks to inject fun in your quest for a healthier body and lifestyle.
The Diet Blog is “all about filtering the best of diet news and advice – and combining it with real-world application and opinion.
The Simply Recipes Food and Cooking Blog is well-written and well-organized.
This blog offers practical tips to help people with disabilities.
Eat, Drink and Be Vegan shows how delicious a Vegan life can be (like having a Cashew-Chocolate Crumb Ice Cream Pie - with delicious pictures).
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