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Publications

Reviewed Work: “The Moral Hazard of Lifesaving Innovations: Naloxone Access, Opioid Abuse, and Crime”
Carrie Wade & Chelsea Boyd

Authors: Jennifer L. Doleac and Anita Mukherjee

Reviewed by:
Carrie Wade and Chelsea Boyd

Harm
reduction approaches to manage the risks or consequences from opioid use have
already helped…

Reviewed work: Health effects in COPD smokers who switch to electronic cigarettes: a retrospective-prospective 3-year follow-up
Carrie Wade & Chelsea Boyd

Reviewed work: Health effects in
COPD smokers who switch to electronic cigarettes: a retrospective-prospective
3-year follow-up

Authors: Riccardo Polosa et al.

Reviewed by: Carrie Wade and…

Reviewed Work: Disentangling Within- and Between-Person Effects of Shared Risk Factors on E-cigarette and Cigarette Use Trajectories From Late Adolescence to Young Adulthood
Carrie Wade

Reviewed Work: Disentangling
Within- and Between-Person Effects of Shared Risk Factors on E-cigarette and
Cigarette Use Trajectories From Late Adolescence to Young Adulthood

Authors: Michael S….

Reviewed work: “Examining the relationship of vaping to smoking initiation among US youth and young adults: a reality check”
Carrie Wade & Chelsea Boyd

 Authors: David T Levy et al.

In 2018, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) released a report that examined the relationship between e-cigarette use and…

Washington Post Story on Bill Gates’ Nuclear Dream Badly Misses the Point
William Murray

Steven Mufson is one of the best energy journalists around but
his recent
story on Bill Gates’ ambitions concerning nuclear power was incomplete
at best. At worst, it perpetuates a number of…

American Railways Chug Toward Automation
Nick Zaiac

The Wall
Street Journal recently published a valuable
update detailing the story behind how Australia’s first-ever fully
autonomous freight trains have gotten rolling. While subways around the…

Reviewed work: “Association Between Electronic Cigarette Use and Myocardial Infarction”
Carrie Wade & Chelsea Boyd

It is widely known that people who smoke have a higher risk of myocardial infarction (MI) than those who do not but the contributions to heart attacks from nicotine itself or from its delivery…