About Bailey DeBarmore

Bailey is a 2nd year doctoral student in Epidemiology. She studies the mechanisms of obesity and metabolic dysfunction while using her nutrition background as a Registered Dietitian to answer all of your calorie questions.

by Bailey DeBarmore August 6, 2018

When it comes to diagnosing children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), earlier is better. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends screening children for ASD between 1.5 – 2 years of age. However up until now, diagnosis of ASD has been … Continue reading

by Bailey DeBarmore February 15, 2018

 Alzheimer’s disease is both debilitating and fatal. Its associated memory loss is more than a sign of normal aging, and Alzheimer’s is a leading cause of death in the United States. While the pace of Alzheimer’s treatment research is impressive, … Continue reading

by Bailey DeBarmore August 3, 2017

Influenza is a virus that straddles two worlds: that of the past and that of the future. Responsible for more deaths than HIV/AIDS in the past century, the flu is one of the world’s’ most dangerous infectious diseases though it … Continue reading

by Bailey DeBarmore November 30, 2016

The holidays can be stressful for a number of reasons. Take a minute to count up your own stressors. As a graduate student or burgeoning academic, do any of these ring a bell? Gift shopping Traveling Family visits   Seasonal … Continue reading