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Wedge Argument definition: An assertion that an action apparently unobjectionable in itself would set in motion a train of events leading ultimately to an undesirable outcome. (From Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, 1995)

Swiss residents' arguments for and against a career in medicine

Barbara Buddeberg-Fischer et al.

BMC Health Services Research , 14 Aug 2006

Promoting prevention with economic arguments – The case of Finnish occupational health services

Eila Kankaanpää et al.

BMC Public Health , 22 Apr 2008

Genetic information and ecosystem health: arguments for the application of chaos theory to identify boundary conditions for ecosystem management.

A M Stomp

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Dec 1994

The choice of catecholamines in septic shock: more and more good arguments to strengthen the known position, but don't lose the faith!

Andreas Meier-Hellmann

Critical Care , 2006

Oxidizing intermediates generated in the Fenton reagent: kinetic arguments against the intermediacy of the hydroxyl radical.

D A Wink et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Sep 1994

Avoiding URL Reference Degradation in Scientific Publications: Arguments are presented ...

Desiree P Kelly et al.

PLoS Biology , 01 Apr 2004

Genetic modification and genetic determinism: ... that each of these arguments against genetic ...

David B Resnik et al.

Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine , 26 Jun 2006

Revisiting the argument from fetal potential: ... and most derided, arguments against the morality of ...

Bertha Alvarez Manninen

Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine , 17 May 2007

The role of non-thermal factors in the control of skin blood flow during exercise.: Arguments in favor of the ...

B. Nielsen

The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine , 1986

New breast milk in old bottles: ... we can make good strong arguments for breastfeeding from ...

Barbara Katz Rothman

International Breastfeeding Journal , 04 Aug 2008

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