Monthly Archive:: August 2022

James Galvin, University of Miami – Properly Diagnosing Lewy Body Dementia

On University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Week: Misdiagnosis is a common problem that can

Luanda Grazette, University of Miami – Heart Failure: No Longer A Death Sentence

On University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Week:Β  More patients are surviving heart failure than

Ranjith Ramasamy, University of Miami – The Impacts of COVID-19 and its Vaccines on Male Fertility

On University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Week: Do COVID-19 vaccines harm male fertility? Ranjith

This Week on The Academic Minute (2022.08.15)

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Week on The Academic Minute 2022.08.15   Monday, August

The Academic Minute for 2022.08.08-2022.08.12

  The Academic Minute from 08.08 – 08.12 Monday, August 8th Karen Cerulo – Rutgers University

Lina Begdache, Binghamton University – Customized Diets and Lifestyle Factors May Optimize Mental Wellbeing

What can you do right now to help your mental health? Lina Begdache, associate professor of

Alexander Williams, University of Kansas – When Therapy Harms

Mental health has been on our minds, but how should we seek help? Alexander Williams, assistant

William E. Pelham, Florida International University – Medication Doesn’t Help Kids With ADHD Learn

Medication may not always be the answer for certain disorders. William E. Pelham, distinguished professor of

John Tures, LaGrange College – Red Flag Laws

Red flag laws may become more common across the U.S. John Tures, professor of political science

Karen Cerulo, Rutgers University – Dreaming of Future Possibilities

Everyone has a dream. Karen Cerulo, full professor of sociology at Rutgers University, explains how striving