Editor’s Selections: Vagal Nerve in Bulimia, statins for Alzheimer’s, Mercy Killing Oiled Seabirds, and Narcotic ContractsJune 9th, 2010 Editor's Selections 34 Comments
Travis Saunders selects several notable posts each week from Health and Clinical Research. He blogs at Obesity Panacea.
- What does the vagal nerve have to do with bulimia? Potentially everything. A terrific new post by Scicurious of Neurotopia.
- Can statin drugs prevent Alzheimer’s disease? Brainposts says it’s too early to tell for sure, but it looks promising so far.
- Oiled Seabirds: To kill or not to kill? GrrlScientist asks “What is the ethical to do?”
- Do narcotic contracts prevent narcotic abuse? Dr Peter Lipson of Science-Based Medicine looks at the state of the evidence.
I’ll be back with more Health Selections next week!