Regenstrief Institute Vice President for Faculty Development Aaron Carroll, M.D., M.S., writes blogs, newspaper columns, books and more to help make the latest medical research understandable and applicable to the everyday person. Ten years ago, he started “The Incidental Economist” health services research blog with Austin Frakt, a health economist from Boston University. A few years later, Dr. Carroll started writing regularly for The New York Times section The Upshot. In addition, he runs the YouTube channel “Health Care Triage,” wrote the book “The Bad Food Bible: How and Why to Eat Sinfully,” and co-authored three more books on medical myths.
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