Structural Brain Changes in Athletes Even Without Contact

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) has recently been highlighted in professional sports, like football, as a neurodegenerative disease caused by repeated head injuries. It is now also being suspected in boxing, hockey, soccer, rugby, etc…, and even youth sports. While it still remains controversial, both significant or seemingly innocuous impacts could have a major cumulative effect…

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The Perception of Neurosurgery

The vast majority of Americans feel correctly informed by the media, whether through reading or watching television.  More than 80% of people think the press ensures its consumers have the knowledge to be informed.  However, in recent analyses, only about 9% of Americans surveyed, “showed an understanding” of basic healthcare.  And while 96% of people…

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This is NOT Healthy, and Unlikely a Path to Wellness!

In 2021, Cosmopolitan magazine posted multiple “covers”, under the cloak, “11 women who prove wellness isn’t ‘one size fits all’”. From the Baroque period to about 1910, obesity was perceived as a sign of wealth and attractiveness. Renoir famously painted numerous “Bathers” scenes of obese individuals into the late 1800s. However it was “Rubenesque” full-figured…

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