As new research is finding ways to diagnose Alzheimer's through M.R.I.'s and spinal taps some doctors are choosing to use the tests in research studies but not tell the subjects the results of their tests. Do you think the research information should be kept to the studies or shared with the patients?
Scientists believe that our brains continue to develop through and beyond middle age. But there is debate over whether we can train middle-aged brains to work better. What do you think?
I have the same problem as you are.I don't know why. ... 2 Posts
Lower-income populations and some racial and ethnic populations have limited access to parks. This can partially explain lower physical activity levels. What other environmental factors contribute to lower activity levels?