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COMMON SENSE, THE LEAST COMMON SENSE?
We begin this issue with an undiluted dose of common sense from social scientist Ann Bowling, who asks in an Editorial whether “If one questions works, why ask several”?, while Maurico Barreto challenges us to be more rigorous about the evaluation of public health interventions. See pages 342, 345
Martin Voracek, in an Editorial linked to a research paper, explores the issues of suicidal risk after spousal suicide or psychiatric admission. The conclusion seems to be that husbands and wives whose marital partner has been admitted with a psychiatric disorder are themselves …