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May2014NewsThis month’s roundup features stories on Ph.D.s getting jobs, disease mongering, the polio vaccine, space privatization, and more!

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Botched Exposé of HPV Vaccine’s ‘Dark Side’ Reveals Dark Side of News Business,” by Sarah Kaplan, The Washington Post, February 25, 2015

A Glut Of Ph.D.s Means Long Odds of Getting Jobs,” by Brenda Iasevoli, nprEd, NPR, February 27, 2015

Top Companies for Women Execs,” by Kathryn Vasel & Tal Yellin, CNN Money, March 3, 2015

Over 500 Pakistani Parents Arrested for Children’s Failure to Get Polio Vaccine,” by Sophia Saifi and Greg Botelho, CNN, March 4, 2015

Tylenol Maker to Pay $25 Million for Selling Metal-contaminated Drugs,” by Lindsay Dunsmuir, Reuters, March 10, 2015

Why Is Insulin So Expensive in the U.S.?,” by Anders Kelto, Shots, MPR, March 19, 2015

Simple Test May Detect Toxic Drugs Faster,” by Ben P. Stein, Inside Science, March 20, 2015

The Testosterone and HGH Boom: How Critics Say ‘Disease Mongering’ Created a Multibillion-dollar Industry,” by Amy Brittain, The Washington Post, March 24, 2015

Space Privatization, Tourism and Morals,” by Leigh Cooper, Inside Science, March 24, 2015