Too Much Fat In Your Diet?

From being too busy to simply being lazy, it is really easy to decide against cooking breakfast, lunch, or dinner and going out to eat instead. With McDonalds and Taco Bell being on every street corner, they are easier accessible and family cheap, this makes it way more tempting to eat out than to cook…
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What We Don’t Know About ALS

It all starts out with muscle weakness in either the hands or the feet, and slowly progresses to slurred speech, stumbling, bad posture. These are just some of the early symptoms of ALS and they only get worse as the disease progresses. Which, in most cases, is a relatively fast progression. In most cases of…
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The Science And Reality Behind Concussions

Today, we hear about different famous athletes getting concussions all of the time. Or even friends who have taken a rough fall. To receive a concussion in today’s society is almost normal since most people have received at least one. So what are the implications of getting a concussion? Will one mild traumatic brain injury…
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Where Did My Car Keys Go? Alzheimers In A Nutshell

Everybody has a family member with alzheimers or knows somebody that does. It seems like that rates of this neurodegenerative disorder are going up, but is this really the case? Are the rates of alzheimers going up because of the environments or because of our diets, or simply because the life expectancy is going up…
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The Role Of The Environment In The Development Of Autism

Autism is a neurodevelopment disorder that is generally diagnosed at a young age. Over the past couple decades the rates of autism have been significantly increasing. According to the Autism Science Foundation, in the 1980’s autism affected roughly 1 in every 10,00 children. In the 1990’s it went down to 1/2500. Today, this number is…
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