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Grand Roundup: Top posts for the week of Dec. 6

The five most-read posts on Scope this week were:

TV characters' drinking problems: Not that funny: Stanford addiction expert Keith Humphreys, PhD, shares his concerns about TV shows using main character's drinking problems as comedic relief.

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood help fundraising effort for Women's Cancer Center at Stanford: Grammy-award winning artists Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood helped raise nearly $1 million for the Women's Cancer Center at Stanford at a benefit in Menlo Park, Calif., last Friday.

A look at an iPad in the operating room: Felasfa Wodajo, MD, an orthopedic surgeon writes in the Journal of Surgical Radiology about his experience using an iPad in the operating rom to view video and patient images.

Being "emotionally available" may be key to getting your baby to sleep: In one of the first studies to use direct observation of infant sleep patterns, researchers at Penn State University found being "emotionally available" might be key to getting infants and toddlers to sleep better.

"Natural" or not, chicken nuggets are high in fat, sodium: A discussion on the nutritional value of chicken nuggets, which a Consumer Reports Health investigation found to be high in fat and sodium.

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