I was thinking about how we are an interdisciplinary group and how this means we all keep our eyes on slightly different things. So I thought I'd share a few of my favorite resources...
Spirit of 1848 -- This "network of people concerned about social inequalities in health" has a very active listserv. Much of what is forwarded is articles. I certainly don't have time to read them all, but there's some really good stuff here.
The Minnesota Population Center -- The Pop Center is a "is a University-wide interdisciplinary cooperative for demographic research." They have Monday lunch (free food) seminars every week that are open to the public. The Pop Center also has many other resources that may come in handy at some point...
Epimonitor -- This publication is both online and in print. You have to pay for a subscription to see it all. It's a really fun magazine for epidemiology nerds like me!
Tobacco.org -- Who knew there was so much daily tobacco news (well, I did 'cause I subscribe to the tobacco.org listserv.)
Aetiology -- A blog from a professor of epidemiology in Iowa. Sometimes some good conversations get started here. Sometimes not.
Adventures in Science and Ethics -- Are you interested in science + ethics? I am, so I stop by here sometimes.
So tell me, what are some other resources that everyone else uses regularly... let's share!