Editor’s Selections: Speaking in tongues, prostate cancer suicide risk, alternative vs primary care, and the effectiveness of the Nintendo WiiFebruary 10th, 2010 Editor's Selections 9 Comments
Travis Saunders selects several notable posts each week from Health and Clinical Research. He blogs at Obesity Panacea.
- Speaking in Tongues – A Neural Snapshot. Is there a physiological basis for this biblical phenomenon?
- Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer Ups the Risk of Heart Attack and Suicide. Will increased screening help or hurt?
- Differences Between Alternative and Primary Care Medical Practice. Is it all a question of time?
- Nintento Wii – Is It Really Physical Activity? I’m not convinced. What do you think?
Bonus Post: Lancet Retracts Autism Research. Brain Blogger looks at the most important retraction in recent memory, if not ever.
See you all next week!