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Wednesday, July 05, 2017
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Essa publicação deveria ter saído no dia primeiro de julho, mas um Virus me pegou e estou aproveitando o primeiro dia sem febre para me atualizar.
*Foto no corredor lateral do casarão no. 575 da rua 24 de outubro (hoje oi substituído por um edifício), na Casa da JUC no. 4 da qual eu era o diretor, algum tempo antes de nosso casamento.* No dia de meu aniversário em 1957, Valderês e eu fomos ao Cartório Kersting (rua Riachuello) para cumprir as formalidades civís de nosso casamento. Nos acompanharam o tio dela, *Oscar Robinson (+)* e a prima *Ilse Pizzani*. O religioso foi celebrado em Santa Maria no dia nove com todos de nossas famílias que puderam participar. Valderês era professora primária e tinha direito a dez dias de "gala"...mais »
June 28, 2017 Can a Diet That Mimics Fasting Turn Back the Clock? Jennifer Abbasi Article Information JAMA. Published online June 28, 2017. doi:10.1001/jama.2017.6648 Adecade ago, researchers investigating the antiaging effects of caloric restriction in humans set an ambitious goal for their study participants: decrease daily calories by 25%. On average, the group of nonobese adults were only able to cut down by 12% over the 2-year investigation, despite receiving intensive dietary and behavioral counseling. Significant changes in the study’s primary end points—resting metabolic rate a...mais »
Why Are so Many Babies Born around 8:00 A.M.? Data visualization engineer Zan Armstrong takes a close look at human birth patterns. - STAFFBy Zan Armstrong on June 20, 2017 - 4 *Credit: Nadieh Bremer and Zan Armstrong; SOURCE: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention* *Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post from data visualization engineer and data analyst Zan Armstrong.* As humans, our lives are filled with routines, habits and schedules. There are times that we wake up, go to school or work, or to the gym. We have routines around coffee breaks, rush hour traffic, me...mais »
[image: Image shows neurons.]*Researchers have developed a way to label neurons when they become active, essentially providing a snapshot of their activity at a moment in time. NeuroscienceNews.com image is credited to MIT.*A Snapshot of Neural Activityby Neuroscience News A new neuron labeling technique allows researchers to obtain a snapshot of their activity at any moment in time. The new approach could provide new insights into neural functioning by offering better precision than current, more long term, labeling techniques. Read more of this post *Neuroscience News* | June 27, 2...mais »
*Women’s Awareness and Perceived Importance of the Harms and Benefits of Mammography Screening: Results From a 2016 National Survey * Jiani Yu, BA; Rebekah H. Nagler, PhD; Erika Franklin Fowler, PhD; et al *YOU ALSO MAY LIKE* Breast Cancer Screening for Women at Average Risk-2015 Guideline Update From the American Cancer Society
Joe and Jill Biden: We’re Changing How We Fight Cancer Joe and Jill Biden Jun 26, 2017 IDEAS Joe Biden was the 47th Vice President of the United States; Dr. Jill Biden is a professor at Northern Virginia Community College and was Second Lady of the United States from 2009–2017; both are co-chairs of the Biden Cancer Initiative's board of directors.
[image: Edward Gibbon]Edward Gibbon *From E. Britannica* Edward Gibbon, (born May 8 [April 27, Old Style], 1737, Putney, Surrey, England—died January 16, 1794, London), English rationalist historian and scholar best known as the author of *The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire* (1776–88), a continuous narrative from the 2nd century ce to the fall of Constantinople in 1453. Life Gibbon’s grandfather, Edward, had made a considerable fortune and his father, also Edward, was able to live an easygoing life in society and Parliament. He married Judith, a daughter of ...mais »
*Indicado pelo AMICOR Reginaldo Hollanda Albuquerque (Brasília)*New WHO advisory group launched in Almaty to shape the future of primary health care 20-06-2017 WHO Minister of Health of Kazakhstan, Dr Yelzhan Birtanov, and WHO Regional Director for Europe, Dr Zsuzsanna Jakab. Experts convened in Almaty, Kazakhstan, on 20–21 June 2017 for the inaugural meeting of the Primary Health Care Advisory Group. The WHO Regional Director for Europe launched the Advisory Group to advance primary health care in the WHO European Region. At its first meeting, the Advisory Group engaged in discussions...mais »
[image: SERMO] COMO VOCÊ PODE AJUDAR MÉDICOS DO OUTRO LADO DO PLANETA? A SERMO tem um canal virtual para a rápida colaboração entre os médicos cruzando fronteiras para ajudar a resolver casos.Chamamos de crowdsourcing médico, um recurso ao qual você tem total acesso na SERMO. O crowdsourcing médico possibilita aos médicos em qualquer ponto do mundo postar casos reais e receber ajuda para resolvê-los, de centenas de outros colegas ao toque de um botão. Um exemplo que mostra o poder do crowdsourcing médico da SERMO foi o caso de um garoto de 14 anos com uma tosse incômoda que acabou...mais »
Viewpoint June 26, 2017 Social Mission in Health Professions EducationBeyond Flexner Fitzhugh Mullan, MD1 Author Affiliations Article Information JAMA. Published online June 26, 2017. doi:10.1001/jama.2017.7286 Education, research, and service are well-established missions of health professions schools and teaching hospitals in the United States. The role of social mission in these institutions is vitally important but less clear. Broadly defined, the social mission of a health professions school is the contribution of the school in its mission, programs, and the performance of its gr...mais »
*Noticia slecionada pelo AMICOR Reginaldo Hollanda Albuquerque (Brasília)*Brasileiro com trabalho na área de Saúde Materno-infantil recebe prêmio no Canadá e entra na lista dos candidatos ao Nobel de Medicina29/03/2017 [image: cesar-victora]Foto: arquivo pessoal O professor emérito da Universidade Federal de Pelotas, dr Cesar Victora, 65 anos, se tornou nesta terça-feira (28) o primeiro brasileiro a receber o prêmio Gairdner de Saúde Pública, um dos mais importantes do mundo. O pesquisador na área da pediatra e epidemiologista teve o trabalho reconhecido pelo impacto na saúde matern...mais »