Each week, Dr. Peter Janiszewski selects several notable posts from Health and Clinical Research. He blogs at Obesity Panacea.
Here are some of the past week’s most intriguing discussions:
- The Neurocritic discusses the Othello syndrome, a fascinating condition characterized by delusions about a partner’s infidelity.
- There’s been no shortage of debate between the potential effects of conventional versus organic foods on health. Colby Vorland discusses a recent meta-analysis looking at this question over at BioFortified.
- From turtle, to horse, to man – masturbation is all too common. Ever wondered why? Torah Kachur of Science in Seconds looks at a new study which suggests spanking the monkey may reduce the amount of accumulated DNA damage in sperm.
- Dirk Hanson of Addiction Inbox suggests that potential memory loss associated with smoking marijuana depends on the strain. In essense, if memory loss is a personal concern, you should stop buying the cheap stuff.
- Scicurious of Neurotic Physiology finally answers the age old question: does wearing a poorly-fitted bra make one constipated?
Check back next week for some more riveting discussions of health and clinical research!