Monday, 25 June 2012

Editor's Selections: Medically unique, the Worse-than-average Effect and the Black Death


Here are my medicine, neuroscience and psychology ScienceSeeker Editor's Selections for the week:
This post was written by Andrew Watt for A Hippo on Campus.

Monday, 11 June 2012

Editor's Selections: Ineffectual exercise and autism in the water

Here are my medicine, neuroscience and psychology ScienceSeeker Editor's Selections for the week:
  • "Exercise doesn't help depression" turned out to be a stunningly poor summation of a recent article in the BMJ. Thankfully both Scicurious and Neurobonkers were on hand to set the record straight. 
  • There must have been something in the water as similarly inaccurate headlines arose from a study investigating the effects of anti-depressants on autism genes. Enter a concise breakdown of the findings  by  Neuroskeptic and order was soon restored.
This post was written by Andrew Watt for A Hippo on Campus.

Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Editor's Selections: Chagas disease, veiled communication, cold-readings and soiled carpets


Here are my medicine, neuroscience and psychology ScienceSeeker Editor's Selections for the week:
This post was written by Andrew Watt for A Hippo on Campus.