Joke Christmas medical journal papers make unfunny bad science

Paul Quayle/Alamy Stock Photo By Jessica Hamzelou Christmas is coming, and so are the cheesy seasonal science stories. For most of the year, the BMJ publishes some of the most important medical research conducted today. But at the end of the year, it turns to what it calls “light-hearted fare and satire” – also known as silly tabloid fodder. The work, while “real” according to the BMJ,
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