By: Amanda White, Research Technologist in the Department of Psychiatry The Philadelphia Eagles are an exciting NFL team to watch because you never know which team is going to show up: the one that puts up 30+ points, or the one that loses pitifully to the New York Giants. Watching a tennis match is just … Continue reading Making Mirrors: Our Brain’s Reaction to Familiar Movements
By: Andrew Huhn, 3rd year PhD candidate in the Neuroscience Program It’s no secret that America is getting bigger, and not for the better. The American Heart Association estimates that there are about 157 million overweight or obese adults in the United States. Over the last few decades, eating trends include larger portions and larger … Continue reading Food for Thought: Obesity as a Disease?