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O que aconteceu antes da história? O canal do YouTube Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell criou um vídeo muito interessante que conta a história da humanidade, desde o surgimento de nossos primeiros ancestrais até chegarmos as cidades modernas com as quais estamos acostumados hoje.
*Maria Popova*Verified account @brainpicker 2h2 hours ago More Fascinating short read: Neuroscientist Antonio Damasio on how we use our minds to conceal our bodies [image: Photo published for Neuroscientist Antonio Damasio on How Our Minds Obscure Our Bodies]Mind
*[PAHO/WHO Equity, Health and Human Development – Lista Equidad]* *Health in the Americas , 2017 Edition**… something big is coming soon**.* You are cordially invited to participate in the *Health in the Americas+ Knowledge Network*, a scientific and technical virtual space for technical dialogues, exchanges of information and experiences, and knowledge sharing. *Click here to subscribe*. *Health in the Americas* is the flagship publication of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), in terms of its role in generating, compiling, analyzing, and disseminating health data, informati...mais »
SCIENTISTS UPLOAD A GALLOPING HORSE GIF INTO BACTERIA WITH CRISPR HOTLITTLEPOTATO E. coli might best be known for giving street food connoisseurs occasional bouts of gastric regret. But the humble microbial workhorse, with its easy-to-edit genome, has given humankind so much more—insulin, antibiotics, cancer drugs, biofuels, synthetic rubber, and now: a place to keep your selfies safe for the next millennium
Revolution and Revelation > Are Academic Cardiologists Obsolete?'I'm not sure anyone knows anymore,' Milton Packer, *Revolution and Revelation* - SAVESAVED - - - - - - by Milton Packer, MDJuly 12, 2017 Many years ago, certain cardiologists identified themselves as "academic cardiologists". Some were really smart. However, times have changed. In 2017 physicians who are salaried at medical schools often spend all their time generating clinical revenues. They are not expected to obtain research grants. They may teach in a classroom or on rounds, but it is a ...mais »
Home Featured Missing Link Discovered Between Immune Cells and Alzheimer’s Disease [image: Neuroscience News]NEUROSCIENCE NEWSJULY 12, 2017*Summary: Researchers at Cornell University have discovered a new pathway that involves immune cells which may contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease.* *Source: Cornell University* *By studying the effects of immune cells that surround blood vessels in the brain, Weill Cornell Medicine researchers have discovered a new pathway involving these cells that may contribute to the cause of Alzheimer’s disease.* *[image: Image shows immune c...mais »
Music-based interventions in neurological rehabilitation Dr Aleksi J Sihvonen, MD[image: ']Correspondence information about the author Dr Aleksi J SihvonenEmail the author Dr Aleksi J Sihvonen , Teppo Särkämö, PhD , Vera Leo, MA , Mari Tervaniemi, PhD , Eckart Altenmüller, MD , Seppo Soinila, MD Published: 26 June 2017 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1474-4422(17)30168-0 | [image: show]Article Info - Summary - Full Text - Tables and Figures - References Summary Jump to SectionIntroductionMusic-based interventions for strokeMusic-based interventions for dementiaMusic-ba...mais »
*Biography of the Day (E. Britannica)* [image: Desiderius Erasmus, oil on wood by Hans Holbein the Younger, after 1523.] Desiderius Erasmus Dutch humanist Desiderius Erasmus, the leading scholar of the northern Renaissance, who was known for his work involving the Greek New Testament and the Church Fathers, died on this day in 1536 in Basel, Switzerland.em 21 de agosto de 1989 participei do 22 Advanced ten days Seminar on Epidemiology and Prevention of CV Disease. em Oud-Turnhaout próximo a Lovaina (BE) no Monastério onde Erasmus viveu: Priorado de Corsendonk Tenho fotos da ocasião ...mais »
CDC Guidance on Prescribing Opioids CME / ABIM MOC / CE CME / ABIM MOC / CECDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain — United States, 2016 - Authors Deborah Dowell, MD, MPH; Tamara M. Haegerich, PhD; Roger Chou, MD - CME / ABIM MOC / CE Released: 6/23/2017 - Valid for credit through: 6/23/2018 START ACTIVITY - - Credits Available
New Clues to How Memories Form in the Brain [image: Neuroscience News]NEUROSCIENCE NEWSJULY 9, 2017 [image: Image shows olfactory bulb neuron.] A genetically identified olfactory bulb neuron was examined by patch clamp whole-cell recording after mouse olfactory learning. NeuroscienceNews.com image is credited to IBP. *Summary: A study recently published in Neuron may provide new insights into how memory forms in the brain. Researchers discovered acquired olfactory memory is associated with synaptic long term potentiation, which can last for at least two weeks.* *Source: Chinese Academy...mais »
We’re eating too much meat and it’s making us sick WRITTEN BYGeorge C. Wang[image: An employees works in a butcher shop in Brasilia, Brazil, Monday, March 20, 2017. The European Union's spokesman in Brazil says the union is temporarily halting some imports of Brazilian meat amid an investigation into a massive scheme of meat adulteration, which involved some of the country's largest producers.] July 02, 2017 While Senate Republicans work to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the future of health insurance in our country remains unknown. But what we do know is that chronic diseases and co...mais »