A recent neuroimaging study published in Communications Biology, a journal within the Nature portfolio, reports a possible link in individuals with Alzheimer disease between neuroinflammation in the brain and task-related activities, independent of amyloid aggregation.1 These early findings may indicate that abnormal brain activity may possibly be restored by targeting neuroinflammation; however, additional studies andContinue reading “Neuroinflammation may play independent role from amyloid in Alzheimer disease”
A recent PLOS One study of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) (1) reports on factors that impact sleep disturbance. Even though it may seem obvious that people who have a heart attack may suffer from a lack of sleep later, this study finds that some factors may have a greater impact than others, and some ofContinue reading “Gender, history of depression associated with lack of sleep after a “heart attack””
In 2018, after many years in academia, I decided to make a career switch to a full-time medical writer. Previously, I had been doing freelance medical writing and copyediting odd jobs here and there ever since I realized that I enjoyed writing and researching in graduate school. When I first told others of my planContinue reading “Why a career change to medical writing?”
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