Useful Science gives you a quick summary of what you need to know about a scientific paper and then provides you a link to the full paper, so you can read it yourself. There's some risk of misinformation here, given that the majority of the papers deal with practical issues of daily life — sleep, parenting, health — and, frankly, a single paper is almost never going to actually solve those problems. You need the bigger context. But, as an accessible jumping off point for further research it's a great place to start.

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