Is Alzheimer’s a Form of Diabetes?

More evidence has been uncovered that Alzheimer’s disease may actually be a third form of diabetes, according to researchers from Northwestern University. Insulin and insulin receptors in your brain are crucial for learning and memory, and it’s known that these components are lower in people with Alzheimer’s disease. In your brain, insulin binds to an… Read More »

Covid Lab-Leak Theory Renews “Gain-of-Function” Research Debate

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Fight Over Covid’s Origins Renews Debate on Risks of Lab Work Talk of ‘gain-of-function’ research, a muddy category at best, brings up deep questions about how scientists should study viruses and other pathogens. The phrase “gain-of-function research” took hold in 2012, but… Read More »