Monthly Archives: January 2016

Keep It Moving

From the NY Times: “People who work out but also sit for long hours — active couch potatoes, you might say — may often share the same elevated risks for disease and early death as their less active peers.” More.

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After a 73-year union, ailing couple finds two hospital beds pushed together offer the best comfort

‘For 73 years — through wars in Europe and Asia and civil rights battles at home, through the assassination of a president and the rise of rock-and-roll — they shared a bed. He’d be gone sometimes, flying missions during World … Continue reading

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From Psychedelics To Alzheimer’s, 2016 Was A Good Year For Brain Science

NPR reports: “In the spirit of optimism, and with input from the Society for Neuroscience, here are a few of the noteworthy neuroscientific achievements of 2016. One of the more fascinating fields of neuroscience of late entails mapping the crosstalk between … Continue reading

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