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Yes, every minute that goes by, more than 2 papers are indexed on Pub Med.
David Hamilton, writing in (1990), noted the following statistics: an estimated 80% of papers that are published in academic journals were never cited more than once.
It is only because "success" in our society is defined in masculine terms that you feel like you have reduced or compromised yourself as a person by this change.
So instead of considering what you've subtracted or "repressed" by being LESS male, focus on what you've added or improved by being MORE female.
I mostly wrote about nutrition, but soon my interest in slightly more esoteric topics—such as lipidology—influenced what I wrote about.
(In a follow-up study, estimates revealed that in the field of medicine, the percentage of papers without a single citation was about 46%; in the field of arts and humanities, an estimated 98% of papers go uncited.) OK, so let’s pause for a moment and regroup. The above observations lead to the inevitable conclusion that most (by volume) of the published work on Pub Med is barely fit to line the bottom of a bird cage.
But as my time for blogging has gone down, my reading and writing has actually gone up, just for a different reason.
In science, unlike politics, there is value in saying, “I don’t know,” or “We don’t really know, but it might be this,” or “Actually, what I believed last year is no longer likely correct.” Once you actually embrace this notion—that you can’t know everything, that facts have a half-life, and that humility is a blessing more than a curse when it comes to trying to understand the natural laws of our universe—you become obsessed with research. Other times a patient asks a question to which I I know the answer, but a day later I realize the answer I gave them was based on my last reading of the literature, which on that given topic was circa 2007. Do PPIs really increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease?
I've dated countless women and it has always amazed me how little they know about men.
If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.