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I recently posted three “Basics”-style blurbs about menopause and hormone therapy (HT). If you missed it, they are here, here, and here. The field has gone through a lot of upheaval since the WHI studies in 2002, and I would just like to share my thoughts on how to approach where we stand now. These…

Greetings Tangled Bank seekers!

Looking for The Bank? It will appear here this afternoon EST. I have a couple questions for the host and I have some fun fun monkey lab business to attend to in the morning, so once I get the final word from PZ after that I’ll put it up. Have a great day!!!

Mendel’s Garden

Welcome to the latest edition of Mendel’s Garden (in late bloom). To kick off, we have a number of posts relating to parthenogenesis in Komodo dragons. Evolgen, Discovering Biology in a Digital World, and and PZ give us the miracle of virgin births! Phil B. presents How to Divide by Zero posted at Phil for…

Check out the blog carnival Mendel’s Garden and then send me your submissions. Due to the holiday, we’re going to try and set up the carnival for later in the week when everybody is done traveling and back to their routine. I’m going to shoot for the morning of Friday the 5th to get everybody…

Check out the blog carnival Mendel’s Garden and then send me your submissions. Due to the holiday, we’re going to try and set up the carnival for later in the week when everybody is done traveling and back to their routine. I’m going to shoot for the morning of Friday the 5th to get everybody…

Encephalon #13

Welcome to Encephalon # 13!!!! Unlucky though it may be, we’re up and running (and better late than never). I have to apologize to Encephalon readers, I’ve been trying to deal with my position being on the chopping block out of the blue. Yes, Virginia, the government doesn’t offer job security either. The next edition…

Temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) refers to a condition where recurrent seizures arise in the temporal lobe of the brain. This condition is seen in humans and animals. Often, TLE arises following a neural insult such as head trauma or tumor, but can also be triggered by infection. These febrile seizures are often seen in children…

The Synapse vol 1, issue 4

Welcome to the 4th edition of The Synapse, a blog carnival for all things mind and brain held every two weeks. A little shorter than normal this round, due to the fact that there’s a grant deadline tomorrow and a lot of regulars are busy busy little monkeys, self included. The neurophilosopher presents Artificial animals…

Next Edition of The Synapse…

…. will be hosted here. Make sure you get your submissions to me by Saturday night. The cutoff is 11:59pm.

New Pediatric Grand Rounds

Make sure you get your submissions in for the July 16th edition of Pediatric Grand Rounds.