Editor’s Selections: Nutrition and obesity – the role of diet, immune function, and education

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By Travis Saunders

Travis SaundersTravis Saunders selects several notable posts each week from Health and Clinical Research. He blogs at Obesity Panacea.

The past two weeks have seen a tremendous number of posts in the areas of nutrition and obesity, so I decided to indulge myself by selecting my favorites for this week’s Selections.

See you next week!

Travis

Editor’s Selections: Olfaction and caloric restriction, the Craigslist of antibiotic resistance, and too little hypothesis testing in neuroimaging

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By Travis Saunders

Travis Saunders

Travis Saunders selects several notable posts each week from Health and Clinical Research. He blogs at Obesity Panacea.

  • Colby Vorland of Nutritional Blogma examines whether the sense of smell mediates the relationship between caloric restriction and longevity.  His first post and it’s a great start!
  • Byte Size Biology has my favourite (that’s how we spell “favorite” in Canada) title of the week with their interesting post “The Craigslist of Antibiotic Resistance
  • Neuroskeptic argues that there is too much exploratory research and too little hypothesis testing in the field of neuroimaging.
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