Editor’s Selections: Tissue regeneration, weight monitoring, alcoholic sponsors, and medicinal mediaMarch 9th, 2011 Editor's Selections 4 Comments
Here are this week’s most interesting discussions of peer-reviewed research in health and medicine:
- Tissue regeneration is a fascinating topic, isn’t it? Pieter Droppert of Biotech Strategy Blog wonders whether we will be able to rebuild our bodies as we get older as he examines a recent paper which generated functional urethras.
- If you’re trying to lose weight, should you or should you not regularly weigh yourself? Penny Deck of Feedback Solutions for Obesity discusses.
- For those folks with alcohol abuse problems, joining Alcoholics Anonymous is thought to be a leap in the right direction. But how important to recovery from alcoholism is the presence of an AA sponsor? PeaPod From Binge Inking explains.
- And finally, a general suggestion to check out a fantastic new addition to Research Blogging, Medical Media Watch – a fantastic blog uncovering the connection between medicine and media.
Come back next week for more riveting discussions of health and medicine