In his Grand Rounds/Great Teachers lecture, Dr. Alan Cohen proved not only deeply immersed in the history of his field, but also acutely aware of the hunger patients have, especially those with grievous diagnoses, for treatment that embodies what he called the “three H’s—humility, humanity and humor.”
“There’s a danger in making conclusions about Alzheimer’s...based on people who were largely recruited through clinics,” said Dr. Jennifer Manly. “One of the reasons there’s a bias in these types of studies is that there’s continuing mistrust of research...”
What’s in your guts might influence how your brain responds not only to food, but also to alcohol and cigarettes, claimed Dr. Tony Goldstone at an NIH psychoneuroendocrinology scientific interest group lecture in the Clinical Center.
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