Tomorrow night at 6:30 p.m., tens of millions of television sets will be turned on as Americans sit down and participate in that unofficial national holiday called “watching the Super Bowl.” For many, it’s an excuse to see funny ads and the half-time show and to eat (how many of those spanking new Dietary Guidelines will be broken?), drink, and socialize. But […]
Many brain disorders are syndromes where root causes and the neurobiology are poorly understood. Two people can have similar illnesses, but have very different underlying causes.
A study about a three-protein signature that might help identify people with Alzheimer’s, published in the August issue of the Archives of Neurology, has generated quite a bit of discussion in the blogosphere. I thought readers might want to follow the discussion, so I’ve shared some links to representative posts. (We will be covering the […]