Welcome to “The Fun Police”. This blog  and website grew out of the OEHScience  academic blog I have been running for the  past four years. The articles on here grow out of my daily  academic work in epidemiology, exposure  assessment and public health; just with a  bit of a spin. As such, you fill find this  website to be completely biased,  unrepresentative of any topic or academic  discipline, and basically just a reflection  of my interests. I hope you enjoy it nonetheless, and I  welcome any feedback.....  Frank  
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11/12 Social Epidemiology: Oy vey…

I recall a scene from Motl, Peysi the Cantor's Son in which a character

transplanted to America must tell who he is, starting with the story of his

grandparents, in expression of the belief that he – as a person – can only be

understood through his social context. To me, this is a shining statement that

social forces mould our lives. We are who we are because of community

forces that shaped us....

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 07/07 Book Review: Nuclear is

for Life (7/10)

Is nuclear the answer to carbon-free energy? There is every  reason to welcome it and none to reject it. Life has evolved  protection against radiation, and high doses are used to cure  cancer. Nuclear radiation is rarely life-threatening: for  example, at Fukushima there was no radiation casualty at all. 
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