Magazines

  • Chemical & Engineering News
    M. Torrice. Sex differences and pain. July, 2015.
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  • Discover ("100 Top Stories of 2014")
    L. Marina. Top-to-bottom sex bias in labs skews results. Jan./Feb., 2015.
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  • Forbes
    D. DiSalvo. Why is the placebo effect exploding in the U.S. but nowhere else? October, 2015.
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  • Harper's
    G. Critser. Of men and mice: how a twenty-gram rodent conquered the world of science. December, 2007.
  • Maclean's
    K. Engelhart. It's like a curse. October, 2009. 
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  • Mother Jones
    K. Drum. All those drug ads on TV might be paying off. October, 2015.
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  • National Geographic
    J. Owen. Lab animals stressed out by men, study finds. April, 2014.
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  • New Scientist
    B. Holmes. Scent of a man. Male sweat stresses out lab mice. April, 2014.
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    K. McAlpine. Eye-squint-cheeck-bulge means 'ouch'. May, 2010.
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    H. Hoag. Brains apart: the real difference between the sexes. July, 2008.
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    B. Holmes. Grin and bear it. October, 1997.
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    Unknown. Even mice show empathy for each other. July, 2006.
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    R. Hollingham. In the realm of your senses. January, 2004.
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  • Newsweek
    C. Kalb. Taking a new look at pain. May, 2003. 
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  • O Magazine
    G. Graves. Why women are more likely to suffer from chronic pain. 
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  • Quebec Science
    Top 10 Discoveries of 2015: For gender equality in the lab.  November, 2015.
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  • Scientific American
    J. Marchant. Placebo effect grows in U.S., thwarting development of painkillers. October, 2015.
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    M. Costandi. Sex divide seen in mechanism that produces persistent pain. July, 2015.
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    F. Jabr. Jailbreak rat: selfless rodents spring their pals and share their sweets. December, 2011.
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    B. Roehr. New report details uphill battle to solve the U.S.'s pain problem. July, 2011.
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    J. Weaver. Mice pull pained expressions. May 9, 2010.
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    I. Wickelgren. Why people experience pain differently. August, 2009.
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    I. Wickelgren. The empathy effect. September/October, 2009.
    F.B.M. de Waal. Do animals feel empathy? July, 2007.

  • Sports Illustrated
    D. Epstein. The truth about pain: it's in your head. August, 2011. 
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  • The Atlantic
    J. Ohikuare. Male scientists' threat to the integrity of research. April, 2014.
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  • The Economist
    A. Motluk. Sex, writhes and videotape. May, 2014.
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    L. Spinney. Sex and drugs. July, 2005. 
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  • The New Yorker
    B. Morais. Why do mice fear men? May, 2014.
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  • The New York Times Magazine
    A. Sullivan. Stoic redheads (in "The Year in Ideas"). December, 2005.
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  • The Scientist
    A. Keener. Sex differences in pain pathway. June, 2015.
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    J. Akst. Men trigger mouse stress. April, 2014.
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    A. Gawrylewski. Animal suffering: unknowable? October, 2008.
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    A. Gawrylewski. The trouble with animal models. July, 2007.
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    B. Roehr. Why sex matters in mouse models. July, 2007.
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    I. Ganguli. Mice show evidence of empathy. June, 2006.
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    S. Mirsky. Institutional gains on pain. March, 2005.
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    J. Salodof. Improving the lives of laboratory animals. April, 2004.
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    J. Adams. Gains in pain research. December, 2003.
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  • The Translational Scientist
    C. Barker. The mouse trap. March, 2016.
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  • Time
    N. Feeney. Study: the smell of men stresses out lab mice. April, 2014.
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    L. Blue. Do readheads really feel more pain? The jury's still out. August, 2009.
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    L. Williams. Canada>>The Next Generation. April, 2002.

  • U.S. News & World Report
    R. Preidt. Lab mice stressed out by men, but not women, study finds. April, 2014.
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    K. Hobson. Hello, his and her healthcare. March, 2006.

  • Wired
    N. Stockston. Science has a huge diversity problem. July, 2016.
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    J. Walsh. Mice show pain on their faces just like humans. May, 2010. 
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  • Women's Health
    N. Johnson. The science behind pain. January, 2007.
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