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- Articles should approach 1,000-1,500 words in length.
- All scientific discussion must be cited. Use the American Medical Association (AMA) citation style with no access dates.
- Articles should follow the Scientific American style, which is detailed yet not too technical.
- Jargon should be avoided, defined, or a source should be provided for further reading and clarification.
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