Earlier this week, Dr. Aaron Carroll linked to a post at Gawker by a woman whose son has extreme mental health issues, and he got a ton of feedback. Many were upset by the post, mainly because you felt the mother had done terrible harm to her son by making...

Dr. Aaron Carroll, an associate professor of Pediatrics and the associate director of Children's Health Services Research at Indiana University School of Medicine, states in his December 19th "the Incidental Economist Blog" that he cannot prove that a video game hasn’t upset or made some child somewhere more violent. But...