somewhere along the line i stumbled upon zotero! what a treat!! a firefox extension (you DO use firefox, right?), it may be one of the best web apps i've seen in a long time. it will integrate sets of references into different folders, even keeping track of attachments (like those long lost pdf files), abstracts and your own notes.
all this and more, howie.
the data are maintained in a sqlite database (though i would have placed the database in an easier-to-backup location) and are exportable into a variety of formats: including endnote and will also easily integrate with openoffice!
now, if 'they' can only make zotero a web2.0 app -- with shareable databases.
i would catch the vapors...
not according to:
The etiology of most chronic human diseases (such as asthma, atherosclerosis, and cancer) is complex, involving a mix of genetic and environmental factors interacting with each other over hours, days, months, or years.and
... that once a person got fat, the body would adjust, making it hopeless to lose weight and keep it off.
meaning that genes are more important that ANY diet in determining a persons body weight and/or level of obesity.
oh my! what to believe... ?!?
as anyone in my genetics course could tell you, neither argument is really correct. a person's body weight is a function of both genes AND environment (including nutrition, dietary choices and habits). there is NO single diet for every combination of genes (or person); no panacea.
though, it is fairly clear that for most of us: less is more.
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