Pill Bottle Warnings Often Go Unnoticed (CME/CE)
After working for newspapers in several parts of Canada, he was the science writer for the Toronto Star before becoming a freelancer in 1994.
His byline has appeared in New Scientist , Science , the Globe and Mail , United Press International , Toronto Life , Canadian Business , the Toronto Star , Marketing Computers , and many others.
He is based in Toronto, and when not transforming dense science into compelling prose he can usually be found sailing.
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