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Mortality 1990-2013

Aloyzio AchuttiemAMICOR - Há 15 horasGlobal, regional, and national age–sex specific all-cause and cause-specific mortality for 240 causes of death, 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013 *Dataset* · January 2015 - 1st Mohsen Naghavi - 2nd Haidong Wang 39.64 · University of Washington Seattle - + 709 3rd Rafael Lozano 45.02 · University of Washington Seattle - Last Christopher J. L. Murray Show more authors *Abstract* Figure appendix 1: Probability of death from birth to exact age 15 years (15q0) by country and sex for major causes in 2013. An interactive versi... mais »


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Lo And Behold, Reveries Of The Connected World August 19, 2016 by Amara D. Angelica [image: LO AND BEHOLD] In the movie “Lo and Behold, Reveries Of The Connected World,” released today, legendary documentarian Werner Herzog discovers and explores the internet in a series of ten impressionistic vignettes. These range from internet pioneers (Leonard Kleinrock, Robert Kahn, Danny Hillis), AI/roboticists (Sebastian Thrun, Tom Mitchell, “Raj” Rajkumar, Joydeep Biswas), and Mars explorers (with Elon Musk — … more…


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Mayo Clinic, collaborators working to advance aging research via clinical trials August 19, 2016 [image: (credit: iStock)] Aging is the largest risk factor for most chronic diseases, and care for the elderly currently accounts for 43 percent of the total health care spending in the U.S. --- about 1 trillion dollars a year Mayo Clinic and other members of the Geroscience Network* have developed strategies for taking new drugs to clinical trials — specifically, drugs that target processes underlying multiple age-related diseases and disabilities. And they’ve written six supporting ar... mais »

mind-body connection

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Neuroscientists identify cortical links to adrenal medulla (mind-body connection) August 19, 2016 [image: Cortical pathways to the adrenal medulla. Cortical areas on the lateral surface and the medial wall of the hemisphere are the source of neurons that influence the adrenal medulla. (credit: Richard P. Dum et al./PNAS)] May help explain why meditation and exercises such as yoga and Pilates can be helpful in dealing with stress Neuroscientists at the University of Pittsburgh have identified the neural networks that connect the cerebral cortex to the adrenal medulla — the inner pa... mais »


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Medscape Medical News > Neurology Calcium Supplements Linked to Dementia in CVD Pauline Anderson August 17, 2016 Elderly women who take calcium supplements and had a history of stroke or white matter lesions (WMLs) may face an increased risk for dementia, a new study suggests. Although it's too soon to make recommendations based on these new findings, clinicians may want to consider this new information in older patients who have had a stroke, said co-lead author Silke Kern, MD, PhD, Neuropsychiatric Epidemiology Unit and Clinical Neurochemistry Laboratory, Department of Psychiatry an... mais »

Alzheimer's / Dementia News

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*Alzheimer's / Dementia News* Could memory loss be reversed with a common painkiller? 11 Aug 2016 Poor protein control key to Alzheimer's progression 11 Aug 2016 Mediterranean diet may slow cognitive decline, prevent Alzheimer's 10 Aug 2016

Mapping the Urban Genome

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- Academy eBriefings - Microbes in the CityMapping the Urban Genome - Overview - Meeting Report ▼ - Media - Resources - Speakers - Sponsorship Keynote Speakers: Jo Handelsman (White House Office of Science and Technology Policy), W. Ian Lipkin (Columbia University), Curtis Huttenhower (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health), and Coby Schal (North Carolina State University)Presented by New York University and the New York Academy of Sciences Reported by Alan Dove | Posted March 16, 2016 Overview At the New York Acad... mais »

CVD mortality US

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Recent Trends in Cardiovascular Mortality in the United States and Public Health Goals FREE Stephen Sidney, MD, MPH1; Charles P. Quesenberry Jr, PhD1; Marc G. Jaffe, MD 2; Michael Sorel, MPH1; Mai N. Nguyen-Huynh, MD3; Lawrence H. Kushi, ScD1; Alan S. Go, MD1,4,5; Jamal S. Rana, MD, PhD1,6,7 [+] Author Affiliations *JAMA Cardiol. *2016;1(5):594-599. doi:10.1001/jamacardio.2016.1326. Text Size: A A A Article Figures Tables Supplemental Content References Comments ABSTRACT ABSTRACT | INTRODUCTION | METHODS | RESULTS | DISCUSSION | CONCLUSIONS |ARTICLE INFORMATION | REFERENCES *Importance* ... mais »

EDGE: Highlights

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[image:] Edge.orgCONVERSATIONS - VIDEOS - ANNUAL QUESTION - EVENTS - NEWS - LIBRARY - ABOUT Summer Reading: Highlights From the Edge Archive *"Deliciously creative, the variety astonishes. Intellectual skyrockets of stunning brilliance. Nobody in the world is doing what *Edge* is doing...the greatest virtual research university in the world.* — Denis Dutton, Founding Editor, *Arts & Letters Daily* [ED NOTE: It’s summer and a good time to reflect on twenty years of *Edge*. Each week through the rest of the season, we will revisit five highlights from the *Edg... mais »


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Back Up Planing

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Back Up Plans May Prevent You From Achieving Your Goals NEUROSCIENCE NEWSAUGUST 16, 2016 *Summary: According to researchers, making backup plans can reduce goal performance and could hurt your chances of achieving your ultimate goal.* *Source: University of Wisconsin-Madison.* *When it comes to setting organizational and personal goals, making a backup plan has been seen as a sensible way to deal with uncertainty — to be prepared if things don’t go as expected.* However, new research from the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin–Madison challenges that conventiona... mais »

Exercise and Aging

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[image: exercise benefits] Exercise Beneficial Effects Change With Your Age Milla Bengtsson June 8, 2016 For older adults, a 30-minute workout may not be as effective, even at the cellular level, as it was when you were younger. Age, according to a new study, may be an important part of a cell’s ability to respond to activity. In the study, led by Tinna Traustadóttir of Northern Arizona University, a group of men ages 18 to 30 were tested against a group of older men 55 years and older. Study participants were generally healthy, non-smokers, who were not taking antioxidant supplement...mais »

Chronic Pain: Depression

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Chronic Pain Linked to Partners of People With Depression NEUROSCIENCE NEWSAUGUST 16, 2016 *Summary: A new study reports people with partners who suffer from depression are more likely to suffer from chronic pain.* *Source: University of Edinburgh.* *Partners of people with depression are more likely to suffer from chronic pain, research has found..* The study shows that the two conditions share common causes – some of which are genetic whilst other causes originate from the environment that partners share. Experts say their findings shed new light on the illnesses and could one day he... mais »

Science and Health

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ANK3 Gene: Mood, Stress And Longevity

Aloyzio AchuttiemAMICOR - Há 4 dias[image: dna epithelial cell mitosis] ANK3 Gene Linked To Mood, Stress And Longevity Denise Rosenfeld May 24, 2016 The visible effects of depression and stress that can be seen in a person’s face, and contribute to shorter lives, can also be found in alterations in genetic activity, according to newly published research. In a series of studies involving both C. elegans worms and human cohorts, researchers from the Indiana University School of Medicine and the Scripps Research Institute have identified a series of genes that may modulate the effects of good or bad mood and response to ... mais »

Vit D Prostate cancer

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Aloyzio AchuttiemAMICOR - Há 4 dias
DIABETES & ENDOCRINOLOGY PERSPECTIVE MORE - [image: Butter and Health: What Does the Evidence Say?]*Butter and Health: What Does the Evidence Say?*Is butter a dietary pleasure or a poison? Dr Boris Hansel reviews the latest evidence and the impact it has on nutritional advice. *Medscape Diabetes & Endocrinology*, August 12, 2016 12 comments *Editor's Note:* *The following is an edited commentary by endocrinologist-nutritionist Boris Hansel, MD, an obesity management specialist who practices in Paris, France. This commentary has been translated from French.* Butt... mais »

Diet: AD

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Exercise and Diet Can Reduce Build Up of Protein Linked to Alzheimer’sby Neuroscience News Researchers report a healthy diet, regular exercise and a normal BMI can help protect against the build up of proteins associated with Alzheimer's disease. Read more of this post

Prenatal Acetaminophen

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8.16.2016 Does Prenatal Acetaminophen Use Affect Kids' Behavior? Link between risk of behavioral problems, use of drug READ NOW

Olympics Hyperandrogenism???

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The Mind-Body Connection

Aloyzio AchuttiemAMICOR - Há 5 dias
A Neural Basis For The Mind-Body Connection?by Neuroscience News Researchers have identified a neural network that connects the adrenal medulla to the cerebral cortex. [image: Image shows a brain.] *Read more of this post* *Neuroscience News* | August 15, 2016 at 2:49 pm | Tags: adrenal medulla, cerebral cortex,cognition, emotion, emotional stress, exercise, mid-body connection, motor funcion, neural networks, Neuroscience, Open Access, open science, stress, yoga | Categories: Featured,Neuroscience, Open Neuroscience Articles | URL: Comment See all comments ... mais »

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