Watch Seth Rogen's Emotional Senate Testimony About Alzheimer's

Taylor Berman · 02/27/14 09:02AM

Yesterday, Seth Rogen testified before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health, and Human Services to raise awareness about Alzheimer's Disease, from which his mother-in-law suffers. The testimony was, of course, hilarious but it was also surprisingly touching.

Our Brain-Dead Future

Hamilton Nolan · 12/05/13 09:31AM

It would be alarmist of us to predict that you, the randomly selected Gawker reader, will suffer from dementia in the future. Let's just say... the chances of it are getting better.

Hamilton Nolan · 05/21/13 08:14AM

B vitamins may stave off Alzheimer's disease.

Hamilton Nolan · 02/07/13 10:40AM

By 2050, 13.8 million Americans are projected have Alzheimer's. I said, by 2050... forget it.

Best Women's Diet: Lots of Sex, No Breakfast

Hamilton Nolan · 01/21/11 03:38PM

Hot flashes! Poop eating! Shingles cure! Alcoholism medication! Alzheimer's test! Organ transplants! Smallpox preservation! Vaccine seizures! Cancer breastfeeding! And a little encouragement for the sexually promiscuous eating-disordered ladies! It's your Friday Health Watch, where we watch your health—yes, yours!

Kids Love Weed More Than Sugar

Hamilton Nolan · 12/14/10 03:22PM

Vitamin sleep! Radiation babies! Sugar cereal! Fat Scots! Hotel workouts! Soda tax! Alzheimer's explanations! And the war on drugs pays off! It's your Tuesday Health Watch, where we watch your health—if you can call it that!

Death Begins in the Belly

Hamilton Nolan · 08/10/10 01:32PM

New Alzheimers test! DNA for cancer! Grownups with pediatricians! Questions about statins! Patella band analysis! The science of sleep! And belly fat of doom! It's your Tuesday Health Watch, where we watch your health—or do we?

Bad News for Herpes Sufferers

cityfile · 12/09/08 09:25AM

As if it wasn't annoying enough that you have hang your head in shame every time a cold sore appears on your lip: According to a new study, the herpes simplex virus is a possible cause of Alzheimer's, too. But at least Katie Holmes will one day have a great excuse for forgetting about those years she spent as Mrs. Tom Cruise. [NYDN]