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Life Science Teaching Resource Community

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This is a resource that was created by the American Physiology Society. It's an online community for Life Sciences educators! You can search any number of topics and will find teaching resources th...

Early music training prevents loss of listening skills later in life - The Washington Post

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Learning to play an instrument in youth helps older people retain listening skills, according to a new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience. In an experiment at the Rotman Research Ins...

Early music training prevents loss of listening skills later in life - The Washington Post

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Learning to play an instrument in youth helps older people retain listening skills, according to a new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience. In an experiment at the Rotman Research Ins...

Early music training prevents loss of listening skills later in life - The Washington Post

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Learning to play an instrument in youth helps older people retain listening skills, according to a new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience. In an experiment at the Rotman Research Ins...

Early music training prevents loss of listening skills later in life - The Washington Post

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Learning to play an instrument in youth helps older people retain listening skills, according to a new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience. In an experiment at the Rotman Research Ins...

Items Tagged with "Life Sciences"

The E. Coli Made Me Do It

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Printing a kidney

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Why Teenagers Are So Impulsive

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Heart Disease and Heart Attacks

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Gut Bacteria Might Guide The Workings Of Our Minds : Shots - Health News : NPR

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Definitely something going on here...

Bioinformatics

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The Allure of the Epigenome

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Epigenetics and Diabetes

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Cosmic Recipe for Earthlings | DiscoverMagazine.com

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This is pretty interesting.

Fearful Memories Passed Down to Mouse Descendants: Scientific American

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Again, Epigenetics at work here.

Gut Microbes Linked to Autismlike Symptoms in Mce

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Cracking Your Genetic Code

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Gene Expression Changes With Meditation

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Epigenetics: What Makes Us Who We Are

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Vitamin's Old, Old Edge

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Human DNA Is Not A Document, It's An App

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Wonder what else our DNA is hiding?

NOVA | Our Improbable Ability to Walk

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A Powerful New Way to Edit DNA

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Pretty thorough for the general population. GATTACA here we come!

Antioxidants Speed Up Lung Cancer | The Scientist Magazine®

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Remember this does not mean taking or consuming antioxidants will kill you, but it does suggest they may not be as beneficial as originally assumed in the prevention of chronic diseases, especially...

Micronutrients

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How they may help and or hinder folks w/ different conditions and diseases.

Week 3 Biomechanics

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Jurassic Park?

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Is this the beginning? I don't know but it is really cool.

NOVA | How Smart Is An Octopus?

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Quadruple Helix DNA

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Molecules as more than markers : Gene Expression

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The Inner Life of the Cell « XVIVO Scientific Animation, medical animation & illustration

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This is absolutely the most amazing visualization I have ever seen.

Genomes of Giant Viruses Hint of "4th Domain" of Life

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The Food Issue | Scientific American Reports

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If you ever dish out $$ to purchase a magazine, this issue is worth it!

Why Everyone Seems to Have Cancer - NYTimes.com

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DNA Structure and Replication

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Great resource here.

Goodnight, Sleep Clean

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Gut Microbes

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Pretty comprehensive video on gut microflora and our digestive health.

Diabetes is predominantly an intestinal disease

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Quantum Biology: Better Living Through Quantum Mechanics - The Nature of Reality

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Ah the complexity of nature!

5 diet tips and habits to skip

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1. Eating out once a week Restaurant meals typically deliver more calories than homemade ones. And dining out even just once a week could hinder your slim-down efforts. Women who ate lunch out at ...

Stress Alters Children's Genomes

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This is very interesting as undoubtedly, we all suffer from stress, serious stress from time to time in our lives, including childhood. I wonder if severity of stress (unstable homes are definitel...

Farmers race for a cure for ‘banana HIV’

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LA LIMA, Honduras — Emerald green banana plantations stretch to the horizon in northern Honduras. But these fields — indeed, the entire banana supply chain for the US supermarkets — could face ruin...

Brain Control in a Flash of Light: Optogenetics

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Really interesting.

Types of Teas and Their Health Benefits

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http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/tea-types-and-their-health-benefits

The Man Who Rewrote the Tree of Life — NOVA Next | PBS

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This is interesting and shows how science really does creep forward, however slowly in it's understanding.

Rising CO2 and Our Food Supply

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a video

NIH Brain Teaching Resource

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This is a evidence-based website that has resources for teachers (including activities that are downloadable, videos and simulations) and students.

Zombie Autopsies

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A cleaver video that uses a comparison to a zombie brain to illustrate some of the key areas of the healthy human brain.

Lesson Plan for Neurophysiology: Zombie Autopsies

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This website includes 4 lesson plans to teach about neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, drugs and addiction.

Consciousness Might Emerge from a Data Broadcast - Scientific American

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Interesting article talks about basically a global workspace where the brain processes both conscious and unconscious thought and then decides what needs to be distributed to the rest of the brain....

Synthesizing Cognition in Neuromorphic Electronic Systems

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Going to have read this again, and again and again to fully understand this. But at least now I better understand what "neuromorphic" means. This is the beginning of Data (from TNG).

Human Genomics

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Leptin also influences brain cells that control appetite, researchers find | neuroscientistnews.com

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Leptin had a lot of promise in the 90's, perhaps this will be helpful.

The 20 worst things you can eat and why

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You will learn a lot from this article

3 Health Reasons to Cook with Cast Iron

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Reason why that cast iron helpful

Centre for Health Promotion

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A U of T affiliated website that provides an overview of health promotion initiatives that have occurred around the world and reviews best practices in health promotion.

Health Promotion On-Line Course

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The Ontario Health Promotion Resource System (OHPRS) is a collaborative effort of over 20 organizations in Ontario that work to promote health. Funding comes from the Ministry of Health Promotion a...

The Community Guide

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A good resource from the US Government that highlights some management and intervention reviews for different health topics.

McMaster University's Health Evidence

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This is a great tool for students to search for systematic reviews and meta-analyses of public health and health promotion interventions.

Research Tested Intervention Programs (RTIP)

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A database of interventions that focuses on cancer prevention. A RE-AIM score of the intervention is given when you click on the study of interest.

Using What Works

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A National Cancer Institute website that has modules to walk learners through planning an intervention (Needs Assessment included) and adapting an intervention for different purposes.

Partnership for Prevention- Tobacco

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Partnership for Prevention is a NFP in USA. The website has a list of programs related to smoking cessation.

Health Equity Impact Assessment

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MOHLTC resource for walking users through the steps of identifying how a program, policy or similar initiative will impact population groups in different ways.

Life Science Teaching Resource Community

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This is a resource that was created by the American Physiology Society. It's an online community for Life Sciences educators! You can search any number of topics and will find teaching resources th...

NIH Medline Plus- Videos

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A trustworthy website with videos of various systems in the body, games and quizzes. Great for professors of anatomy, physiology and health and wellness!

Promising practices for Social Marketing

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An open access PDF resource from the Health Equity Office with helpful links for faculty and students about social marketing.

Public Health Ontario

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A good website with links to other health promotion resources, such as resources for planning and evaluating health promotion.

Skills for health promotion toolkit

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A toolkit that reviews planning and evaluating health promotion initiatives, and also discusses health communication and policies.

Ontario Health Program Planner

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A free resource that can be used to walk learners through the health promotion planning phase. You can register for free to create your plan using their online tools. You can also search their data...

Health Council of Canada

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Although the HCC is no longer operating, their website still has reports and publications available. This is a good resource for those covering the Canadian Health Care System in class.

Transtheoretical model- process of change scales

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A website with various scales to determine a client's process of change for alcohol use, drug use, and smoking.

CDC Gateway to health communication

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A CDC website with various social marketing examples.

Simply Put... health communication

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An open access PDF to help students communicate health-related topics to the public.

CDcynergy

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A guide for creating social marketing campaigns.

CDC online newsroom

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A CDC resource that has news releases, educational resources and other links for many health-related topics.

Scitable

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Nature's online resource for various science topics. It's got a nice section on Cell Biology and Scientific Communication.

The Health Communication Unit Webcasts

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Webcasts that are on various health promotion topics. There is a good one on planning models from 2008.

Health Promotion 102- Workplace

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A free online course with 9 modules on workplace health promotion.

Ontario Health Promotion E Bulletin

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An archive of the E-bulletin's from OHP.

RE-AIM

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A website with publications and presentations on the RE-AIM framework for evaluation.

Canadian Centre for Occupation Health and Safety

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A website that reviews the steps to creating workplace health promotion initiatives.

Mental Health Works

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A Canadian Mental Health Association resource for developing and implementing workplace health promotion initiatives.

Canadian Mental Health Association- Videos

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A library of videos regarding workplace health promotion. A few of them feature employees talking candidly about their workplace wellness experiences... good and bad...

European Network for Workplace Health Promotion

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A general resource for workplace health promotion, covering the basics of WHP and also has a toolkit of resources showing interventions for various health initiatives.

CAMH Health Promotion

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A general resource by CAMH for health promotion.

A New Way to Burn Calories | Science/AAAS | News

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Very interesting...we have known for some time now that brown fat is much more metabolically active than white fat, but to be able to simulate it via immune response? Cool.

Human microbiome

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A legit article by the NY Times w/ sources for reference!

RNA Lab | NOVA Labs | PBS

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Anatomy and Physiology Lab

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The eSkeletons Project

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Web Anatomy

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Drill and Practice

Human Anatomy

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General Human Anatomy - UC Berkely

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Anatomy 3D Interactive Models

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Fundamentals of Biology

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Great course as a primer or review.

The Biology Project

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Great resource with access to interactive tools to better understand cellular structure.

DNA Replication

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DNA Structure and Replication

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Great resource.

Cells Alive

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Biology Textbook - Online

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AP Biology: Evolutionary Biology

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AP Biology

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Biology Hub

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Inside The Cell

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Rediscovering Biology

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Journal of Organic Chemistry

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Biochemistry

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Carbon Chemistry: An Introduction

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Organic Chemistry News

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Khan Academy: Organic Chemistry

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Introductory Organic Chemistry

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Coursera Course

Biochemistry News

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Brain found in KFC meal

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Clear brain matter found in KFC meal

The Future of the Mind

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Very comprehensive read on most of the latest research on the neuroscience frontier. Covers everything from the mechanics of thought to consciousness (human, animal and alien) to AI.

Fractal Zoom Mandelbrot Corner

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Open Textbook Library: Biology

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Anatomy and Physiology

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Biology: Crash Course

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Overview of Metabolism: Anabolism and Catabolism

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Fat and Protein Metabolism

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Carbohydrate Metabolism

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Atmospheric Movement of Microorganisms in Clouds of Desert Dust and Implications for Human Health

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Welcome to Aerobiology and Aeroecology.

Genetic Battle of the Sexes | DiscoverMagazine.com

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How Stress Can Clog Your Arteries

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WBC and CRP!

ILSI NA: Nutrigenomics

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Very academic, but well presented.

Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics: The emerging face of Nutrition

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We are just getting started with this I think!

Nutrigenomics | Biotech Learning Hub

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Lots of good videos within this site!

Inheritance: How Our Genes Change Our Lives and Our Lives Change Our Genes

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Really easy read. Overall, good book discussing some of the latest information on epigenetics.

How Sugar Affects the Brain - Nicole Avena

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Epigenetic Transmission of the Impact of Early Stress Across Generations

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Wow, so I guess the question is now: if these genetic constructs dictate so much of "who we are" and "what we become" even "how we think" can we undo with practice and/or therapy what nature has o...

Biology: Life on Earth

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There Is No Now - The Nature of Reality

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Sphere of Now....I like it.

Tibetans inherited high-altitude gene from ancient human | Science/AAAS | News

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We are just beginning to understand all of this. How exciting.

Environmental and Gut Bacteroidetes: The Food Connection

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There is a tentative inverse relationship between a decrease in these types of bacterium in our guts and increase in obesity. Tentative...and we are just beginning to understand all this... More ...

How antioxidants can accelerate cancers, and why they don't protect against them

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My take away: Antioxidant supplements or those found in natural foods may not be helpful because they might not get to the site where they are needed to both protect against and fight cancer. Agai...

We Are Our Bacteria

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Powerful Genetic Engineering Technique Could Modify Entire Wild Populations — NOVA Next | PBS

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Oh dear, and this is how it begins.....

Danish DNA could be key to happiness

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For further info: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/newsandevents/pressreleases/danish_dna_could

US Obesity and Diabetes on Rise

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Telling maps of the US showing the increase in diabetes and obesity.

BioLegend Cell Markers

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Really cool!

Epigenetic Gene Tweaks seem to Trigger Cancer

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The super-abundant virus controlling your gut bacteria - health - 25 July 2014 - New Scientist

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Okay, so it's not just bacteria in our guts, we have a "virome" that controls the bacterial colonies. I still think we are just colonies of various bacterial and viral cells that came together and...

Anti-Obesity Effect of Lactobacillus gasseri BNR17 in High-Sucrose Diet-Induced Obese Mice

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There is something to this gut bacteria thing....this will only become more interesting as we learn more!

Is Poverty Genetic? : Videos : Science Channel

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Very interesting and of course demonstrates the role poverty plays on brain development.

Fiery Bodies Under the Waves

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Our Microbiome May Be Looking Out For Itself

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Who is really in control?

The Primordial Roots of Cancer | Acumen | OZY

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Some good points in here...perhaps it is just a natural by-product of life (and of course pathogenic as I always say).

A gut microbe that stops food allergies | Science/AAAS | News

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Again, there is something to this....

Mary Roach: The Science of Your Guts

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They digress a bit at the beginning, but they finally get to the interview around 15min.

Can Memories be Implanted and Removed?

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Amazing Plants | Smithsonian Channel

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Sugar Substitutes Linked to Obesity - Scientific American

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Microbiome again!

Mammals Made By Viruses : The Loom

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I have always maintained that we are nothing but a collection of bacterium and viruses that worked together in a synergistic way to end up....us. I guess Mr. Smith was right, we are a virus.

The Evolution of Sleep

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12 ways food companies trick people into believing food is better for them

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12 food catch phrases that do nothing to improve your health.

Anatomical Planes and Spatial Relationships in the Human Body

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An in depth video describing the different planes of the body. I decided to post this video because I learn best with hands on and visual aids so hopefully this will help other student to learn ...

Easy fecal transplant for C.diff.

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New pill developed that takes away the ick factor and is appearing to be effective as well as cost effective.

Vulnerability to Fructose Varies

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Youtube

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Fast food Nation relates as a complementary video to FED UP.

Are your bacteria jet-lagged? | Science/AAAS | News

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Mindsuckers - National Geographic Magazine

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Zombies are real, at least in the insect world. Hmmm...

Carpal Bones

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An image of the Carpal bones and a brief description of the joints between them and the Metacarpals.

There is no "healthy" microbiome.

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Yes, we don't know enough to fully understand this.

Sleep's Link to Learning and Memory

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Body's Bacteria May Keep Our Brains Healthy

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Is Obesity Caused by an Adenovirus

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Beyond BMI

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Trigger for Stress Process Discovered in Brain

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9. Gluten and GMO's

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How have GMO's impacted our health? What health problems are being created as a result of consuming GM foods?

Scott's LinkedIn Profile

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Various certifications and accomplishments.

Scott's first book.

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Scott's first book.

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Available on Amazon......

Can We Inherit the Environmental Damage Done to Our Ancestors? [Video] - Scientific American

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Really good article...worth the fee.

FLIR Analysis

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This video incorporates FLIR and other technologies for motion analysis.

Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness

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This gives a basic explanation of DOMS.

The International Journal of Modern Research and Development

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My second peer-reviewed publication.

Why This Psychologist Thinks Depression Is An Infectious Disease

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I don't see why not? There is ample evidence many of our diseases are fundamentally caused by pathogens.

Shoulder Rehabilitation

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Information on the rotator cuff and conditioning of the shoulder complex.

benefits of pomegranates

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the pomegranates has numerous benefits

Pigs May End Organ Shortage.

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Reports on a research which cloned pigs for xenotransplantation. Population of patients with failing organs in the United States; Reason for choosing pigs over monkeys; Approaches that are being an...

Animal Organs Won't Solve the Transplant Shortage.

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Discusses the downside of xenotransplantation. Cost of xenotransplants; Diseases humans can acquire from pigs; Statements included in the 1996 United States Public Health Service xenotransplant dra...

Ways to Correct Anterior Pelvic Tilt

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This link explores anterior pelvic tilt and offers suggestions.

What Makes Humans Special? - Scientific American

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How Exercise Changes our DNA

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Changing Our DNA Through Meditation

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Related: Epigenetics

Linear Kinematics of Human Movement

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Information about linear kinematics applied to human movement.

Long-distance training

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This article offers a basic guide to coaches on how to coach their runners throughout a cross country season. The article mainly goes into detail on the physical part of training, and nearly negle...

Anatomy of the Human Brain

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The article goes into great detail about the many parts of the human brain. An article like this can be helpful because it can help me understand the part of the brain that associates with exercis...

Cancer's Random Assault

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Joint Pain, From the Gut - The Atlantic

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And this just continues to be fascinating.

If you eat food, watch this.

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Amazing TED talk on what we are putting into our bodies. Highly recommended for anyone and EVERYONE who eats food. Period. 20 min that just may change your life.

A gut microbe that stops food allergies | Science/AAAS | News

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Again, there is something to this....

Epigenetics of Stress Adaptations in the Brain

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Have We Found Alien Life? | Popular Science

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This breaks all the rules, perhaps it is time to rewrite the rulebook.

Lactate threshold

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In a nutshell, training the different body systems for different events. We discussed training the systems and this is a prime example of training a system to provide the energy needed. The whole h...

Altitude Training

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Altitude Training, our Olympic athletes do it to super infuse their bloodstream with RBC's to increase oxygen carrying capabilities.

Altitude Training

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Another video to break down the science behind it. Our Olympic Athletes do it to gain an advantage and here's why!

Special population training

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Kids in training. I...coached 7,8 and 9 year old kids in football exposing them to some serious hits. This is just another form of training.

Special population training

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More kids training-let the uproar begin. I mean, there really isn't much data out there yet to support or go against this much training. My gut tells me this is wrong, but again, I've coached young...

More special population...

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Getting kids out doors and helping the obesity epidemic. This video is short and sweet, less than 90 seconds which is good for kids. You lose their attention span quick!

Sexual Differences in the connectome of the human brain

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scientific research done on the differences in the human brain between the sexes. APA citation: Sex differences in the structural connectome of the human brain. (n.d.). Retrieved February 10, 201...

His and Her Brain

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Very detailed research on the difference between his and her brains. APA citation: His and Her Brain. (2005, January 1). Retrieved February 10, 2015, from http://cranepsych.edublogs.org/files/2...

Decision-making May Be Surprisingly Unconscious Activity -- ScienceDaily

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Neuroscience Well this is a little rough to handle. Free-will aside, decision making maybe part of the subconscious and not part of your active brain. There is an interesting thought. Our decision...

Tibetans inherited high-altitude gene from ancient human | Science/AAAS | News

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We are just beginning to understand all of this. How exciting.

Biology | Khan Academy

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Biology Textbook - Online

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Crucial step in DNA replication observed

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Biology: Crash Course

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BIOMECHANICS

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Biomimetics- Documentary

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Biomimetics is the study of the structure and function of biological systems as models for the design and engineering of materials and machines. It is amazing just how much we can learn from nature...

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Protein May Hold the Key

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Psychological attributes, not physical gifts, of young athletes predict success, say coaches in a new study

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In a new study examining how much psychological and physical characteristics matter in the development of young athletes, psychologist Shari Kuchenbecker,Ph.D., and co-authors from Loyola Marymount...

Exploring Why Some People Get Fitter Than Others - NYTimes.com

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Some people are non-responders. But here is the question: does non-response genetically = no long term health benefits?

Gut-brain link grabs neuroscientists

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Neurobiology research is starting pile up relating gut bacteria to mental health. Very interesting read!

Antioxidants Speed Up Lung Cancer | The Scientist Magazine®

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Remember this does not mean taking or consuming antioxidants will kill you, but it does suggest they may not be as beneficial as originally assumed in the prevention of chronic diseases, especially...

Golden Mantled Ground Squirrel Info

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Just the basics, life cycle etc

More basic info

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Less Pacific (lol)

Three main Energy Systems

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covers the three energy systems before, during, and after exercise. as well as how to approach the proper use and fuel of all.

More info GMGS

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Its more basic info from ADW

Sexual reproduction data

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Says all the places and things

Sexual reproduction data

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Says all the places and things

Ancestral DDT exposure promotes obesity and disease

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DDT is shown to promote epigenetic changes that increase obesity and disease in subsequent generations.

Ancestral DDT exposure promotes epigenetic transgenerational inheritance of obesity

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This is incredibly frightening.

NRDC: Protecting People from Unsafe Chemicals

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Alzheimer's Origins Tied to Rise of Human Intelligence - Scientific American

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Everything comes with a biological cost or trade-off.

What Do We Really Know About Roundup Weed Killer?

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Missing link found between brain, immune system; major disease implications -- ScienceDaily

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I think when I studied anatomy and physiology we pretty much ignored the lymph system as well as myofascial tissue...both of which we now know are way more important than they used to think.

Missing link found between brain, immune system; major disease implications -- ScienceDaily

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I think when I studied anatomy and physiology we pretty much ignored the lymph system as well as myofascial tissue...both of which we now know are way more important than they used to think.

Destiny and DNA: Our Pliable Genome

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Duke University Medical School - Embryology

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Some great outlines of topics as well as videos.

Research shows the Paleo diet is absurd

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This actually suggests our genes and especially the genes of our microbiome evolve much more rapidly than we originally thought and therefore we have adapted to eating grains, legumes, etc... often...

Marcel Dicke: Why not eat insects?

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Nutrition-Eating Insects

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Are bugs a potential solutions to various environmental risk and nutritional needs and concerns related to current food production trends? The video presents interesting evidence for the potential ...

Diet

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Diet is not just a term for weight-loss. It's a restricted course of food one allows him/herself. This is one of the main points from a Canvas discussion.

Can genes predict foreign language learning skills?

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Every frustrated language learner has, at some point, proclaimed that they just "don’t have the gift" of picking up foreign languages. It’s easy to imagine that the aptitude for learning a ...

Nature or Nurture: Motor Development

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Theories of Motor Development

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Hormesis Defined

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People With Schizophrenia Have Different Throat Bacteria | Popular Science

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Different doesn't necessarily mean causal but it does kind of make you wonderif perhaps we are in less control than we like to think....

Anatomical Planes and Spatial Relationships in the Human Body

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An in depth video describing the different planes of the body. I decided to post this video because I learn best with hands on and visual aids so hopefully this will help other student to learn ...

Ferret's Brain Study

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This article goes more in depth into the experiment mentioned in lecture on September 1st.

UCSF Researchers Control Embryonic Stem Cells With Light

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All I can say is "way cool"...not so much the control part but how amazing it is the way our neural net develops.

Complexity of Our Brain | Psychology Today

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Epigenetics of drug abuse

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This article looks at epigenetics, a topic we touched on in lecture on September 8th, and its relation to drug use. While this article covered the biology and physiology of the topic, it was also r...

Early warning gene signature for Alzheimer's | Neuroscientist News

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Promising....

Youth resistance training does not negatively effect development, the 2014 International Concensus

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In class on 09/08/2015 we discussed how heavy youth resistance training can potentially damage growth plates and motor development - however, according to the 2014 Concensus, it does not. This site...

body types

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Science, it Works.

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Pretty cool visuals here...

The Neuroscience of Immortality - The New York Times

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What You Eat = Your Baby's Future

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The amazing significance of what a mother-to-be eats - BBC News

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Epigenetics....

Influence of the treatment of developmental dysplasia in the hip

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In this article the treatment of hip dysplasia in developing children. This disease affects the motor abilities of the child and can lead to adverse effects in later development. This touches on th...

Is fish oil good for you? Depends on your DNA | Science/AAAS | News

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And another version of this article. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/22/science/inuit-study-adds-twist-to-omega-3-fatty-acids-health-story.html? Of course our genes/heredity influence how effici...

Conscious and unconscious processes in cognition

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Also has to do with motor learning and development.

NIH Genetic Database

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NIH's database on the genetic link to different diseases

Meta-Anaylsis of sugar-sweetened beverages and Diabetes

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Reviews about 7,000 studies from the U.S and the UK which relate sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). There is a high correlation between the two.

Clinical Economics of Type 2 Diabetes

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The cost of T2DM in the U.S. is currently estimated at $245 billion. 9% of the population is currently diagnosed with T2DM.

Cost-effectiveness of Bariatric Surgery: Increasing the Economic Viability of the Most Effective Treatment for Type II Diabetes Mellitus

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Barbaric surgery is a the most-effective and the quickest treatment of T2DM. But should we be focused on prevention instead?

Stress Sleeping

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This article I found very interesting. It talks about a learned helplessness of sleeping in order to avoid stressful situations. As a college student I do feel that I sometimes use sleep as an excu...

Role of the Microbiota in Immunity and Inflammation

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Can you think yourself into a different person? | Mosaic

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Neuroplasticity is possible if we better understand epigenetics. However, epigenetics only allows so many degrees of freedom as even with that, we still have to work within our genetic constraints...

Can you think yourself into a different person? | Mosaic

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Neuroplasticity is possible if we better understand epigenetics. However, epigenetics only allows so many degrees of freedom as even with that, we still have to work within our genetic constraints...

The blind woman who switched personalities and could suddenly see - The Washington Post

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Definitely demonstrates the power of the unconscious mind on our biology and physiological processes.

Cold temperatures may help shed pounds | Science/AAAS | News

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I knew about this from a metabolic perspective, but would not have attributed this to the gut microbiome. But I guess since the microbiome has been shown to influence metabolism, this makes sense.

Kill Switches Keep GMOs on a Short Leash - D-brief

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This likely has application far beyond GMO's. Can anyone say "super soldier" with kill switches built in if they go rogue?

Kill Switches Keep GMOs on a Short Leash - D-brief

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This likely has application far beyond GMO's. Can anyone say "super soldier" with kill switches built in if they go rogue?

Cell Apoptosis

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Molecular Visualizations of DNA

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The Cell Biology of Fat Expansion

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The Host Shapes the Gut Microbiota via Fecal MicroRNA

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Week 3 Stress and Health

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This author writes about stress in his book, and the following interview is spotlighting that book. In the interview, stress and health is discussed in the context of wellness. The components of he...

More Evidence Emerges for Transmissible Alzheimer's Theory - Scientific American

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What is most disconcerting here is the thought that perhaps standard medical sterilization techniques cannot destroy these B-amyloid protein seeds and that those might be the transmissible.

The brain communicates on several channels | Max Planck Society

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The input from within the brain influences how we receive information coming in from the environment and both pathways work on different frequencies.

Allison Johnson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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This discusses the skeletal system and the divisions and functions that it operates. This is important because we briefly discussed this in a couple slides in class today, so I felt it's important ...

Anti Mouse Antibody

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This fast assay uses ELISA strip-plates that are pre-coated in different wells with anti-mouse heavy-chain capture antibodies (anti-IgG1, IgG2a, IgG2b, IgG3, IgA and IgM) or anti-mouse light-chain ...

Streptavidin Magnetic Beads

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Absolute Mag™ Streptavidin Magnetic Particles, 50 nm (# WHM-X047) offer easy affinity isolation or handling of biotinylated nucleic acids, antibodies, or other biotinylated ligands and targets with...

What a Happy Cell Looks Like - The Atlantic

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Loneliness, negative experiences, threats, uncertainty.....this is stress and it causes this acute response physiologically - which can have longer term consequences.

Week II- The new Babinski reflex

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This article is relevant because of how it addresses the need for babinski reflex reform

How Stress Affects Your Brain

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Untitled

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Activities and toys that encourage motor development

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This article tells of different activities and toys that can be used to improve specific motor skills.

What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

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This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...

Kinetic movements in throwing

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FMS

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This article goes into depth of the importance of early FMS development in children. FMS can affect students and have actually been proven that students are involved in physical activity throughout...

Sex vs. Gender

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This article gives us an in depth look into the differences between sex and gender. It talks about the importance between being purely assigned by genetics as sex differences generally are, gender ...

They'll Have to Rewrite the Textbooks | UVA Today

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ACE Study

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A brief interdiction to ACE'S and ACE Studies.

Applying principles of motor learning in upper extremity rehibilitation

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This article gives a brief overview of motor learning and its theories and how it can connect to rehabilitating areas of the body.

Motor learning: stages of motor learning and strategies to imporve stages of aquisition of motor skills

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The article goes into detail about all the stages in motor learning such as cognitive stage, associative stage and autonomous stage. The article state that a "set of internal processes associated w...

Blood Pressure and gravity

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A little video to help us visual learners wrap our heads around how blood pressure is affected by gravity.

Rebalancing The Ecosystem Of 'The Microbes Within Us'

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http://www.npr.org/2016/08/18/490432969/eating-yogurt-is-not-enough-rebalancing-the-ecosystem-of-the-microbes-within-us

Why One Neuroscientists Started Blasting His Core

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Perhaps he was a little late to the information party here - but the axial connection is new and different.

What increases your vertical jump?

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This video is a great source to focus on developing fast twitch fibers to help you increase your vertical jump. Most people think calf raises and box jumps are the way to do it but if you look at i...

Things to avoid during pregnancy because of teratogens

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In this article, there is a list of substances that should be avoided during pregnancy. This is because these substances are teratogens. Teratogens affect the fetus and give it abnormalities. In th...

Study identifies brain cells that help us learn by watching others | Neuroscientist News

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Basically, it sounds like our expectations influence which neurons fire - which of course then influence how we perceive the event itself.

What Is Down Syndrome?

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This article further explains what down syndrome is, and how it is developed. I chose this article, because it relates to atypical development which is one of the topics we have discussed this week...

Zika virus affecting pregnant women

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The Zika virus is on an uprising and is very dangerous to pregnant women because it can cause harmful defects to the baby. So women living in the areas with mosquitos carrying the virus are under g...

Steps of Muscle Contraction - YouTube

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Terminology for contractions of muscles during shortening, while isometric, and during lengthening

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We have clearly seen why terminology is so important in the sports science and medical fields. This article demonstrates the importance of consistency in communication. So many people do not know t...

Fetal Development By Trimester

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This is a great resource that goes through fetal development trimenster by trimester. As you progress through each trimester it outlines the body systems that develop during that stage of pregnancy...

Embryonic and Fetal Bone Formation

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This is a great study source for learning about fetal ossification. It not only provides a detailed outline of the process of bone formation but, after you go through all of the sections and feel l...

Does HGH Improve Athletic Performance

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In the article, they discuss whether HGH (Human Growth Hormones) enhance athletes performance and whether athletes should be allowed to use the substance or not

Adult Schizophrenia Following Prenatal Exposure to an Influenza Epidemic

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In class we discussed prenatal neural development. I found this article which discusses a link between prenatal development issues and schizophrenia later in life. It emphasizes the importance of p...

Can newborn babies swim?

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After the class discussion about reflexes that we are born with I wondered what else may be necessary for survival? This article briefly explains how a newborn baby up until about 6 months has a sw...

Moro Reflex: How Can Swaddling Help?

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This article talks about how swaddling could trigger the development of the moro reflex, and shows what the infants actions are during the reflex.

Anatomy of the Human Brain

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The article goes into great detail about the many parts of the human brain. An article like this can be helpful because it can help me understand the part of the brain that associates with exercis...

Tennis Elbow

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Sex in College

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We talked about sex in the college setting, and how "hook-up" can mean something different to so many people, and that it is not just "having sex" to another person it could be as simple as hanging...

Evolution could render gene drives useless—or more useful — NOVA Next | PBS

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This sounds good in theory - I am not so sure it makes sense in practice. In fact, I think this might get us in trouble in the long-term. Just a thought.

Sex on the Brain | DiscoverMagazine.com

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Wrist Ligament Tear Surgery

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This is a video that goes into detail about wrist ligament injuries, anatomy of the wrist, and a mild description of wrist surgery. This video intrigued me because I injured my wrist when playing b...

Wrist and Hand muscles

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This is a powerpoint that has the muscles and their actions associated with the wrist and hand movements.

BioLegend Inflammation

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Manipulative Skills

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In this article it goes into depth of fundamental manipulative skills, and how it runs on a timeline and how you should help your child if they are struggling developing fundamental manipulative sk...

Sensory Benefits of Sports

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This article explains the positive and possible constraints of each sport, pertaining to the sensory development of an individual and the how the sport impacts sensory skills. One example of gymnas...

Ways to Correct Anterior Pelvic Tilt

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This link explores anterior pelvic tilt and offers suggestions.

3 Top Stocks to Buy in Wearables | Business Markets and Stocks News | host.madison.com

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There are 3 recommended stocks to buy in wearable technology. If they are recommending us to buy these stocks, that means the products are doing well and are recommended. The first one is Apple. It...

Importance of exercise in College

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College students will be more consumed in their school work, eating junk food, and creating a lifestyle that doesn't enable them to make exercise a priority. These are 5 reasons that college studen...

What is the POSE method of running?

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Great video summarizing the universal aspects of running form, and concisely breaking down the POSE method's benefits towards preventing injury, running faster, and running longer.

Silent Spring—I - The New Yorker

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http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1962/06/23/silent-spring-part-2 http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1962/06/30/silent-spring-part-3

Eccentric Muscle Contraction

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A closer look at common exercises that cause an eccentric contraction....

Injury Prevention

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As the mom of a child with physical challenges, I love the sports injury prevention tip sheet from the American Academy of Pediatrics....terrific resource! Correlates to Week 3 discussion - workin...

Hypermobility in Children

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While we deal with hypomobility in our home, this is still a terrific resource to consider - as many movements impact both hyper and hypo mobility! Correlates to Week 4 discussion - chronic issues...

Physics 4 kids

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Fascinating website designed for children - helps to explain to my son in a fun way how velocity, speed and motion impact him directly! Correlates with Week 6 discussion - how velocity, speed & ac...

Kids in Motion (Sport Movement)

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Guidelines by age group to support continued movement for children. Also can be used to identify opportunities for growth/support. Correlates to Week 7 discussion - which for my son requires iden...

Disorder - Neurofibromatosis

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Since we went over disorders I thought I would pick the one I knew least about and I found this article. This article surprised me in a lot of different ways but it also gave me more information ab...

child development theories

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This article talks about child development theories and examples.

Food and antibiotics

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We talked about food, and how some are pumped with antibiotics and how it destroys the biome in the intestine. I found this interesting because while the foods are pumped with them, I was curious a...

Gut Microbiome

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This is an article about the microbiome in our intestine, and how this microscopic environment plays a role in our lives

Muscular Endurance

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This source explains what muscular endurance is along with explaining its importance, and ways of measuring it and improving it. It defines muscular endurance as the ability of a muscle group to co...

Genetics,epigenetics,and pregnetics

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A paper on epigenetics as applied to yoga.

A Better Kind of Happiness - The New Yorker

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AnatomyZone

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Evolutionary Explanations for Cooperation

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Infant Motor Development in Swimming Study

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Abstract via PubMed: "Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS) scores were examined before and after four months of swimming classes in 12 babies (ages 7 to 9 mo.) assigned to Experimental (n = 6) and Con...

Children and Sports, from the perspective of an Editor in Chief at NIH Sports Health (2014-11-6).

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This article states a personal perspective from Dr. Edward M. Wojtys, an orthopaedic surgeon and member of the NFL Injury and Safety panel. He states two case histories of patients he saw and a lit...

Why Exercise is Important

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This article relates to what we discussed about in class because it describes the benefits of exercising and how it can improve your life. Some benefits of exercising that the article talks about i...

Turner's Syndrome

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What Comes with Down Syndrome

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This content is related to our class learning because we discussed Turner Syndrome and how it pertains to girls only having one "X" chromosome. This site felt important to add, it has detailed writ...

Growth and Maturation

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This video basically explains the concept of growth and maturation. Growth occurs over the years and height change will occur especially in the steps of puberty. With maturation, you notice your ph...

Blood Pressure Readings

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This article shows precise description and information about the numbers that come out of our blood pressure readings. General knowledge of what the numbers in the blood pressure test mean, is wha...

The Meaning of being Fit and Physical Healthy

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Although the definition of fit was introduced to us in class, there may have been more underlying information or the definition of fit not being complete. Therefore this article by LiveStrong, gi...

Strength and Endurance Workouts

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Strength and Endurance are important characteristics for living a healthy life. And this forum shows various exercises an individual can perform to improve these aspects of one's life.

Down Syndrome

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Video describing the science behind down syndrome

Mechanism of Thyroid Hormones

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The mechanism of action and physiologic effects of thyroid hormones, and in Chapter 5 it talks about the different functions of the hormones in the body, and how it effects our endocrine, and muscl...

Developmental Milestones

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This article/overview is a decent supplement to the introduction we were given into certain reflexes and the stimuli that cause them. Furthermore, the article discusses specific milestones and thin...

Babinski Reflex

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I thought this video illustrated the Babinski reflex pretty well. I remember trying this reflex during one of my Physiology lab and my foot was more flexing than extending so I wanted to know more...

The Grasp and Moro Reflexes

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These are in depth descriptions of how the reflexes are crucial to the child's development and how the reflexes can be displayed, I also liked how there is a part on the abnormal responses to stimu...