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*Professora Lúcia Campos Pellanda*, candidata à Reitoria da UFCS. Cardiologista Pediátrica, filha de um colega de turma da Dra. Valderês, Dr. Luiz Ernesto Pellanda. Trabalhamos junto enquanto fui Professor da Faculdade de Medicina da UFRGS e foi divulgadora da Hipótese de David Barker, da determinação pré-natal da saúde e de doenças. [image: Resultado de imagem para lucia campos pellanda]
10 Learnings from 10 Years of Brain PickingsFluid reflections on keeping a solid center.BY MARIA POPOVA [image: 10 Learnings from 10 Years of Brain Pickings] I remember my first awareness of mortality as a child in Bulgaria. I was nine and my father was relaying an anecdote from his youth. I asked him when it had taken place. With unconcerned casualness, he replied:*“About a decade ago.”* I was astonished that people could segment their lives into blocks this big — my own life hadn’t yet lasted a decade. In realizing that “a decade ago” I hadn’t existed — the self I now so vividly exp...mais »
- The Cardiology Advisor > - Topics > - CHD > - Influenza Vaccination May Reduce Risk of Acute MI *Referência da AMICOR Maria Inês Reinert Azambuja. Há uns 30 anos ela já havia demonstrado relação da Gripe com DCV e outras.* Britt Gambino, Editor October 21, 2016Influenza Vaccination May Reduce Risk of Acute MI Share this content: - facebook - twitter - linkedin - google - 0 - Print [image: Among other secondary prevention methods for MI, the influenza vaccine is within a similar efficacy range.]Among other secondary prevention methods for MI, t...mais »
A Potential New Strategy to Prevent Alzheimer’s NEUROSCIENCE NEWSOCTOBER 22, 2016*Summary: Researchers have successfully prevented early events that occur in the brain before Alzheimer’s symptoms are evident.* *Source: Baylor College of Medicine.* *Taking a pill that prevents the accumulation of toxic molecules in the brain might someday help prevent or delay Alzheimer’s disease, according to scientists at Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.* The study, published today in Cell Press journal *Neuron*, took a three-prong...mais »
Psychiatric Fallout From Toxic Exposure A growing body of scientific literature associates psychiatric symptoms with man-made toxic substances and environmental exposure. Practical implications for psychiatrists are discussed in this Special Report collection.
Exercise May Help Ward Off Memory Decline NEUROSCIENCE NEWSOCTOBER 21, 2016 *Summary: According to a new study, exercise may provide a small benefit for elderly people who already are experiencing memory problems.* *Source: AAN.* *Exercise may be associated with a small benefit for elderly people who already have memory and thinking problems, according to new research published in the October 19, 2016, online issue of Neurology.* The research involved people with vascular cognitive impairment, which is the second most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer’s disease. In vascular cogn...mais »
[image: WHO: The International Classification of Diseases] WHO Improving the world's health data The international Classification of Diseases (ICD) is made up of thousands of codes that are used around the world to classify diseases and conditions, to track changing disease patterns, and make financing decisions about health systems. Last week, the first update of ICD in 25 years was released by WHO for comment by its member states at a conference in Tokyo. Read the commentary
New Toothpaste May Reduce Heart Attack Risk [image: Image: New Toothpaste May Reduce Heart Attack Risk] (Copyright DPC) By Charlotte Libov | Wednesday, 19 Oct 2016 01:08 PM - - - - 0 inShare A new type of toothpaste may reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, a new study shows. Cardiovascular disease, a term that encompasses heart attack and stroke, is the leading cause of death around the world, killing more than 17.3 million people annually. By 2030, that number could rise to 23.6 million, according to the American Heart Association. For decades, researc...mais »
British Journal of Sports Medicine Physical Activity Prescription: A Critical Opportunity to Address a Modifiable Risk Factor for the Prevention and Management of Chronic DiseaseA Position Statement by the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine Jane S Thornton; Pierre Frémont; Karim Khan; Paul Poirier; Jonathon Fowles; Greg D Wells; Renata J Frankovich Disclosures Br J Sports Med. 2016;50(18):1109-1114. - Abstract and Introduction - Conclusion - References - Sidebar 1 - Sidebar 2 Abstract and IntroductionAbstract Non-communicable disease is a leading threat ...mais »