What’s New

February 10, 2020
With nearly six million people affected by this disease, researchers are now looking to antibodies to attempt retain memory
Seizures and epilepsy have been long connected, but could having a seizure also mean early signs of dementia?
Alzheimer’s is a disease that is fatal 100 percent of the time. Now researchers are looking at a new approach to help families with loved ones at risk for the disease.
When you think back to your early teenage years, what do you remember most? See how managing, or not managing, conflict as a teen can impact your health as an adult
Research finds that children who start school behind their peers often stay behind. But now, social scientists are looking at ways parents can encourage an early love of learning to help kids reach their full potential when they enter the classroom.

Doctor’s In-depth Interview of the week
PARS Procedure For Young Athletes 
Allan D Levi MD, PhD, FACS, Professor and Chairman of Neurosurgery
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

Quote of the week:

“You don’t listen to the science because you are only interested in solutions that will enable you to carry on like before.  … And those answers don’t exist anymore. Because you did not act in time.” 

— Greta Thunberg, sixteen-year-old climate activist

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