Are You A Type II Diabetic? You May Want To Read This.

  It’s almost impossible to go throughout your life without hearing about a loved one or a loved one of a friend going through Alzheimer’s Disease. Aside from early onset AD, it is pretty difficult to look at this disease and say that age has nothing to do with it. This, of course, is true…
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Neurochemistry: The Cherry On Top Of My Concordia Experience

I would like to formally thank the people that pushed me towards taking Neurochemistry as my capstone experience to be the cherry on top of my entire Concordia experience. As I worked through my science major and minors during my time at Concordia, I did not feel that spark from the exploratory side that science…
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Autism Spectrum Disorder: It’s Zinc! No Wait, It’s Antibiotics! No, It’s….

Autism Spectrum Disorder, or as I will be using very frequently, ASD, is a very hot topic disorder these days because no two people are affected the same way. From this, we are blessed with the difficult task of trying to explain their symptoms, treat them, and help them assimilate into society as the rest…
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*Insert Clever Title Regarding Parkinson’s Disease*

  Parkinson’s disease is an interesting disorder that has many factors that contribute to its complexity. As most of us know, Parkinson’s is a well-publicized disease as there have been a few famous people that have brought a great deal of attention to raise awareness and funding to research it. Michael J. Fox has been…
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Brains Are Cool. Protect Them.

As numerous studies have stated, concussions are mild traumatic injuries to the brain that result in swelling leading to further issues. So, being the sports crazed nation we are, how do we prevent brain injuries from occurring as well as taking the further precautions once they have happened? For starters, there have been a great…
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