Monthly Archives: January 2016

Empower yourself through exercise

By Sheryl Jedlinski

I was 10 years old when President John F. Kennedy called Americans’ “growing softness and increasing lack of physical fitness a menace to our security.” It was as if he had pointed his finger directly at me through our tv and called me an enemy of the state. I knew he didn’t really […]

A New Perspective: Parkinson’s disease and the Microbiome

 

Have you ever had an “Aha!” moment? In science, these moments happen all the time. Old ideas are refreshed, and new perspectives pave the road to medical discovery. In fact, research concerning the prevention and treatment of Parkinson’s disease (PD) is moving in the wake of such an “Aha!” […]

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