Dementia Rate Is Found to Drop Sharply
The British study, published on Tuesday in The Lancet, and the Danish one, which was released last week, also in The Lancet, confirmed something that researchers on aging have long suspected but lacked good evidence to prove: dementia rates would fall and mental acuity improve as the population grew healthier and better educated.
The inimitable James Steele II has a new publication out in the Journal of Exercise Physiology, called “Resistance Training to Momentary Muscular Failure Improves Cardiovascular Fitness in Humans: A Review of Acute Physiological Responses and Chronic Physiological Adaptations” Here’s the abstract: Research demonstrates resistance training produces significant improvement in cardiovascular fitness (VO2 max, economy of movement).… Continue reading Cardio Doesn’t Exist
As a student of both philosophy and medicine, I see two very different teaching strategies on a daily basis. My philosophy classes are almost always approached in the same manner: through the readings, I am exposed to a multitude of different perspectives on a single issue. I must then synthesize the arguments and write an… Continue reading Rant: Teaching Styles in Medical and Philosophy Classes