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*Para homenagear todas as mães AMICOR (da lista ou visitantes eventuais ou regulares) fiz uma colagem rápida de fotos que encontrei de quinze mães direta e geneticamente ligadas com a Valdcerês ou comigo:* *Valderês Antonietta Robinson Achutti, **Lúcia Helena Robinson Achutti, Mabel Morón Olivé, Maria Cristina Bellardinelli, Ana Maria Ramos Bellardinelli, avó Ramos+, **Léa Pisani Robinson+, Amantina Adami Cechella+, Luiza Cechella Achutti+, Madalena Miolo Borin Achutti+, Emilia Guilhermina Claudina Lichtler Robinson+, Catharina Janz Michel Lichtler+, Margarida Diederich Adami+, Maria Luiza Link Cechella+, Marietta Giovani Miollo Borin+* [image: dia das mães 2017.jpg]
Taking stock of the social determinants of health: A scoping review Kelsey Lucyk Lindsay McLaren - - - [image: PLOS] - Published: May 11, 2017 Abstract Background In recent decades, the social determinants of health (SDOH) has gained increasing prominence as a foundational concept for population and public health in academic literature and policy documents, internationally. However, alongside its widespread dissemination, and in light of multiple conceptual models, lists, and frameworks, some dilution and confusion is apparent. This scoping review represents a...mais »
Edição do dia 12/05/2017 12/05/2017 22h12 - Atualizado em 12/05/2017 22h12 Crítico literário e sociólogo Antonio Candido morre aos 98 anos, em SPEle foi aluno, fundador e mestre na Universidade de São Paulo. Professor era um dos maiores críticos literários do Brasil.
Humanity must populate a new planet within 100 years, warns HawkingMay 11, 2017 [image: (credit: www.hawking.org.uk)] “The human species will have to populate a new planet within 100 years if it is to survive,” professor Stephen Hawking will say this summer in “Expedition New Earth” *— *a documentary that debuts this summer as part of the BBC’s forthcoming “Tomorrow’s World” TV series. He cites “climate change, overdue asteroid strikes, epidemics and population growth” as reasons to leave. That “100″ figure is dramatically lower… read more comments 7
Death, disease, and tobacco John BrittonEmail the author John Britton Published: 05 April 2017 Open Access[image: Article has an altmetric score of 347] DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(17)30867-X [image: show]Article Info - Summary - Full Text - Tables and Figures - References Throughout history, humanity has been blighted by epidemics of communicable diseases that medical science and public policy have, to varying degrees, been able to control. Sanitation, immunisation, mosquito nets, and antimicrobial agents are examples of developments that have helped to gen...mais »
Digitising the mind Paddy M Barrett , Steven R Steinhubl , Evan D Muse , Eric J TopolEmail the author Eric J Topol Published: 13 May 2017 - Summary - Full Text - Tables and Figures - References An estimated 29% of people will experience a mental disorder at least once in their lifetime. In high-income nations, about 55% of those affected will not receive the care they need, with that figure increasing to an estimated 85% for people living in developing countries. There is a global unmet need in the assessment and treatment of mental health disorders, an issue digital m...mais »
Plasma Membrane Protein May Help Generate New Neurons in Adult Hippocampus by Neuroscience News A plasma membrane protein affects the generation of new neurons in the adult hippocampus, a new study reports. *New research in The FASEB Journal suggests that the protein Efr3a regulates the BDNF-TrkB signaling pathway, which plays an important role in regulating learning and memory.* Read more of this post *Neuroscience News* | May 11, 2017 at 10:24 am | Tags: Efr3a | URL: http://wp.me/p4sXNK-aB8 Comment See all comments
Trigger For Autoimmune Disease Identifiedby Neuroscience News Researchers have discovered a possible trigger for autoimmune diseases such as lupus, Crohn's disease and MS. Findings may explain how women are more susceptible to autoimmune disorders than men. Read more of this post *Neuroscience News* | May 10, 2017 at 3:04 pm | Tags: ABCs, age associated b cells, B cells, National Jewish Health | URL: http://wp.me/p4sXNK-aAP Comment See all comments
Relationship Between Gut Bacteria and Common Brain Disease Discoveredby Neuroscience News A new study reports gut bacteria drives the formation of cerebral cavernous malformations. Read more of this post *Neuroscience News* | May 10, 2017 at 11:57 am | Tags: CCM, cerebral cavernous malformations, University of Pennsyvania | URL: http://wp.me/p4sXNK-aAr
May 8, 2017 Mother’s Day for Women in Medicine—Better Than Roses Marcia Angell, MD1; Lara Goitein, MD2 Author Affiliations Article Information JAMA Intern Med. Published online May 8, 2017. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2017.1243 - Author Interviews(13:24) Mother’s Day for Women in Medicine—Better Than Roses (JAMA Internal Medicine) Afew days before we were invited to write this Mother’s Day article, both of us—mother (M.A.) and daughter (L.G.)—walked arm in arm in one of the many marches in January 2017 to underscore women’s rights in the face of the new Trump administration. Th...mais »
Alexander von Humboldt and the Invention of Nature: How One of the Last True Polymaths Pioneered the Cosmos of Connections“In this great chain of causes and effects, no single fact can be considered in isolation.”BY MARIA POPOVA [image: Alexander von Humboldt and the Invention of Nature: How One of the Last True Polymaths Pioneered the Cosmos of Connections] No thinker has shaped our understanding of the astounding interconnectedness of the universe more profoundly than the great Prussian naturalist, explorer, and geographer Alexander von Humboldt (September 14, 1769–May 6, 1859), wh...mais »