Our knowledge of brain development, aging and health has expanded based on the explosion of new research tools in neuroscience. Using his experience as a clinical neurologist and research scientist, Dr. O’Brien will summarize the changing understanding of lifestyle, genetics and their impact on brain health, as well as common diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and stroke.
We live in a time-stressed culture. “Faster and better” are spoken so frequently as a pair that we’ve come to view them as synonyms. Faster might be nice for internet connections, but it causes problems when applied to human beings.
Pure science is a beautiful and complex dance of careful planning and unexpected discoveries. But things get truly convoluted when we throw in money, public agendas, politics, media, and liability law. Here’s how.
Fall is upon us. The school year has begun. Once again, we are subjected to a constant series of public health messages and editorials claiming that making an informed choice about your health care is immoral and selfish. If you want to be a good person, these sources claim, you must follow directions.
Vashon Youth & Family Services Executive Director Kathleen Barry Johnson announced today the creation of the Behavioral Health Services division at VYFS to strengthen the provision of mental health and addiction recovery treatment for youth and adults.
Society is, by definition, a collaboration. Like all group environments, there is a give and take of rights, responsibilities, and choices. This is true whether we’re talking about a family, a town, a board,
Question: What do you do when you have a thousand words to cover a subject on which dozens of books have already been written? Our answer: You lean more heavily on a blog, where you can offer additional information and references to some great resources!