Interesting Articles
On Chemical Imbalances in the Brain
Wednesday, September 7th, 2011 by Dirk Hanson
Maybe its not such a bad a theory after all. The brain, as always, bats last. It compensates, reregulates, and adjusts. One of the major ways it accomplishes this is through the neuroadaptive phenomenon called downregulation. When we take drugs continuously, the brain c... Read More
"Five thousand dollars isn't going to change anyone's life," Seroquel Lawsuit Blogger
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by BOB FIDDAMAN
A few days ago I reported on the anonymous Seroquel Lawsuit blogger and his publishing of a settlement package on his blog that has got law firms and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca running around in circles and wondering how to handle this spanner in their work. The... Read More
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Judy Barnes Baker
A recent study from the University of Cambridge in the UK suggests that eating lots of chocolate may prevent heart disease. The report was published in the August 29, 2011 online edition of the British Medical Journal. Chocolate has been linked to health benefits before... Read More
Post Labor Day Job Cut Report
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Cliffprf Mintz
Despite the fact that no new jobs were added to the US economy in August, things were pretty quiet in the pharmaceutical layoff space.From what I was able to find, it appears that Alcon Laboratories will be moving about 100 jobs from Atlanta to Fort Worth Texas I was re... Read More
Check Out My Article in the Pittsburgh Better Times!
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Dr. Janet Brill
Heart Health in a NutshellWhat Walnuts Can Do for You httpwww.pittsburghbettertimes.comheart-health-in-a-nutshellE28094what-walnuts-can-do-for-youmore-1859 Read More
Low Skill, High Effort, Bad Idea?
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Andrew Heffernan
So here's something I was thinking about a propos of Dan John's lecture at the Perform Better conference a couple of weeks back. Most peoples' fitness activities involve low skill, high effort activities. Or perhaps I should say that the fitness industry has sold us on ... Read More
STOP: Count your blessings
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Leticia Velasquez
Hurricane Irene had wreaked havoc upon the Quiet Corner of Connecticut where we live.Gabbi and I were on a reconnaissance mission to our tiny hamlet when the unusual STOP sign message made us pause. Someone had stenciled "Count your blessings" in white under t... Read More
1 Man. 150 Kids. Should there be a law?
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by ddavanport
In law there is a saying Hard facts make bad law. Its always dangerous to make decisions based on the extreme, but sometimes it takes the extreme to capture our attention. Well, this is certainly extreme, and it certainly captured my attention. The New York Times report... Read More
Court Resumes in Amanda Knox Trial
Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Doug Bremner
Court resumed yesterday in the appeals trial of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito. Independent DNA expert Prof. Carla Vechiotti took the stand and said that she found DNA compatible with her own DNA on the bra clasp used to convict Raffaele Sollecito of the murder of M... Read More
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