Following the theme from Teresa’s recent post, I too have a bit of a love-hate relationship with Systematic Reviews. But one of the small pleasures I take from the interminable task of screening thousands and thousands of titles is finding those weird and bizarre studies. Ones that either; a) I wish I’d thought of, b) I wish I’d worked on, or c) raised some questions regarding what the hell is going on. A common theme is that all of the titles left me wanting to know more (or sometimes less).
In celebration of a review I am currently working on, and the New Year, I though I’d present the top 13 weird/awesome/scary article titles I’ve identified so far, along with just one of the many questions they left me with. So, in the spirit of entertainment, perhaps inspiration and in no particular order;
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