19 Burst results for "Molecular Psychiatry"

Public health crises collide: Substance abuse linked to COVID-19 susceptibility

ABC Perspective

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Public health crises collide: Substance abuse linked to COVID-19 susceptibility

"Meanwhile, experts say there is a second public health crisis intertwined with this pandemic. And that's the substance abuse crisis. Opioids, tobacco and cocaine increased the risk of death from covert 19 this from a new study published in molecular psychiatry funded by the National Institutes of Health Drugs like heroin, Oxy, codeine and fentanyl, slow down the breathing rate. And substance abuse, combined with the covert 19 infection could be deadly because the virus makes it harder to properly taken oxygen

National Institutes Of Health Molecular Psychiatry Cocaine Fentanyl Codeine Heroin
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

06:49 min | 7 months ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Created until the eighteen hundreds. and. and this was largely a Japanese creation and today disposable chopsticks are a bit of a problem in Japan. Alone around twenty four billion pair are used each year about two hundred pairs per person each year. That's a lot of waste. Yeah, but then again a less. Western listeners Baotou judgmental on this fact I. Just remind everyone to think about your disposable stri usage. Yeah, think about your disposable fork, knife, spoon, and sport, usage and I think these are all a part of the same problem. Oh absolutely no reason to single out Japan here now. speaking of Japan also pointed out that chopsticks were historically longer for men shorter for women, eight inches from in seven inches for women and the the actual size of chopsticks varies now, and it seems that there's no standard length for any one country and other pro chopsticks fact, the blunt shape of chopsticks also makes them easier on lacquer covered ornate cookware. Again you're not going to be stabbing and slicing with fork and knife on it. You're going to be more politely poking at them with pieces of wood, or in some cases of course pieces of metal. Now speaking of the materials used in Chopsticks in Korea. Metal Chopsticks have have become the standard be also find various other Both currently and in the past bamboo plastic wood, bone, stainless steel. As well as for the wealthy titanium gold silver porcelain jade ivory gold chopsticks. Yeah And it's also a was once believed that chopsticks made of silver would corrode and turn black if the food was poisoned. Oh, so this sounds like it's along the lines of the Rhino Horn and jade. However. Of course, this is not true. Civil Silver will not react to arsenic cyanide, but it will react to garlic onions in rotten eggs, these are all things that produce hydrogen sulfide, which does turn silver black. Now a few other little tidbits about two chopstick use weighing points out in his book that you had the Chopstick Diet Javanese English Arthur, Chemical Barbara argued in her two thousand nine book. The Chopsticks Diet that using chopsticks is healthier because it forces you to slow down and Savor and think about your food. I don't know if it's actually healthier, but it does certainly force me to slow down and save food more yeah yeah. Again, it's presented weighing presented it as something to think about. Fact? He also points out. Tech Point several times. This idea of the chopsticks cultural sphere This was a term coined by Japanese rider. Is She Kia Hush Shiro and He argued that chopsticks require enhanced brain coordination, and this improves not only dexterity, but also brain development especially children now in wings, a points out that scientists half reduced positive results on both fronts. But that also lifetime chopsticks use might result in higher risk for osteoarthritis in hand joints among the elderly more work is required in both areas, though and and perhaps this is something that we could follow up with on stuff to blow your mind in the future. Yes, definitely, be interested in that especially given what we talked about earlier that at least firsthand experience really makes me feel like sticks doing something to my brain, so it feels like something different is happening to my mind when I use them as opposed to fork and knife. Now Chopsticks also show up in another interesting place in a now semi famous paper that is about the dangers of not understanding your sample correctly. If you're a scientist in, you're doing something like genetic testing, it's a principle known as population, stratification or population admixture that was discussed in a two thousand paper by Hamer and Sirotta called beware the Chopsticks Gene in the nature publication Molecular Psychiatry now the authors of this paper tell a story to illustrate how scientists can possibly be misled in genetics research if they're not careful and the story goes like this. So Robert once upon a time. There was an ethno geneticist who was looking for a subject to study. And he decided he would like to figure out why certain people eat with chopsticks and others don't so. He rounded up a few hundred university students, and he gave them questionnaires to find out how often they use chopsticks. And then he took cheek swabs to get DNA samples from each of them, so as Labyrinth DNA analysis in cross reference, the responses to the questionnaire with the DNA and found a huge correlation between one particular genetic marker right in the middle of a region previously linked to other behavioral traits and the use of chopsticks and so. So then this experiment was replicated. It was performed at several other universities, and they all got the same result, so the original ethno geneticist he celebrates he decides. It's time to call up the media and tell them I've found the chopsticks. Gene is a gene that makes people prone to eat with chopsticks, and this again is correlation, and as we frequently point out is one of the the golden rules of science. Is that correlation not necessarily causation right anything that is causation should be correlated, but there are lots of things that are correlated that. That don't have a causal relationship with each other, and this could very well be one of those examples. Because in this story. Unfortunately, the geneticists discovers only several years later that this particular gene is actually a histocompatibility antigen gene does nothing to do with dining utensils, but it just happens to be ill. It's more common in people with recent Asian ancestry than with other ethnic groups, so the point is to illustrate that you could find a gene associated with the trait, the level of statistical correlation can be highly significant, and the test can be replicated. Replicated many times, and it still possible that your results are biologically meaningless. This gene has nothing to do with how you use your hands, or what kind of utensils you favor, it happens to be more common in a population who uses chopsticks more often for cultural reasons. It's a complete accident of culture, and it highlights problem with studying populations. If you don't understand and consider the population you're studying. It's possible to draw spurious correlations using similar naive logic. You could probably find a French accent gene or a support for Russia's World.

Japan Gene scientist Korea Molecular Psychiatry Barbara Russia Robert Hamer Sirotta
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:17 min | 8 months ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Hoban at all published in molecular psychiatry called the microbiome regulates MacDill dependent fear recall and the basic just here is that normally mice can be conditioned to exhibit a fear reaction and this usually consists of freezing in place when they hear a sound that they've come to associate with something scary or bad you know so there's like a tone that mice get scared of and when they hear the tone they freeze in place and the study found that germ free mice meaning mice that are depleted of their internal micro BIOTA. Do not show fear responses the way normal mice do they appear to have a reduced ability to learn to be afraid of things and have the fear response and weirdly once these germ free mice are exposed to environmental microbes and become infested with the normal kinds of bacteria that make a home inside. My Scott's the same mice suddenly do have a fear response again and the researchers believed that their studies shows that at least in mice the Gut Flora somehow exert control over the amid Daloa which is a region in the brain that appears to be crucial generating fear in response to frightening stimuli. Now of course we don't know if this would translate perfectly to humans. This is just a study in mice but there's a decent chance. I think that the same is true for us. And if this is true for humans can you imagine like what if a fecal transplant? Which is that is what it sounds like Or some other method of manipulating gut. Flora could trigger fundamental changes in our propensity for anxiety or phobias. Or even our fundamental personality. the haunted fecal transplants like a potential. Gimmick for future horror film. I mean how crazy is that that that we we're full of bacteria and other microbes that are controlling our brains in a way. It doesn't feel like that it. It does very much appear to be true. Yeah I feel like this is one of those things that certainly over the course of of the show Here's your mind. We have looked at it case. After case where show. We're exploring just the power of the microbiome you know and it's it's integration with with the mind and what we think of when we think of ourselves yes exactly. These bacteria in US and on us aren't just in US and on us. They are us and we are them The most fundamental thing. I mean the only way that you would really say that. They are not us as they have different. Dna than we do but like they share the same body space. They're involved in the same generation of behaviors is our brain cells are so yeah so basically we am legion. Yeah amazing like how much of your idea of yourself your legion personality. Your Legion identity is a result of effects generated by the ecosystem of non human organisms living in your digestive system. I posit that this is actually much weirder than having a Tingler on your spine. I always anytime I think about all this though. I always come back to the FUTURAMA episode. Where fry eats a tuna sandwich that he buys out of a machine in a men's room and it causes this They're like these little intestinal worms that to build a colony inside him and bill little cities and and then they start fixing 'em and they make him smarter and so essentially like has there's an inner space aspect to the episode as well as the flowers for. Algernon aspect to it and it's a great episode overall in very funny But but what they're portraying a sci-fi sense in an exaggerated cartoony away is essentially some of what's going on. Yeah we're we're full of these legions of life that in many senses control us and or at least exert influence over us and in some ways really truly are us. Yeah all right. Well maybe we should take another break and then after we come back we can talk a bit more about fear and the scream in a world.

US Flora molecular psychiatry Hoban Scott Algernon
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Help the critical health news dot com love getting emails and then I also of course phone calls they're always always happy to help what is just tell you about our health system where so many people have something wrong with that it's unbelievable George this huge mold of multiple things wrong with them I'm Tony if the medicalization of what our lifestyle choices I men's comes down to the fact that the medical model Lisa we're just doomed and it will only our demise can just be staved off it's a perspective issue it's a paradigm issue the paradigm of medicine is based on the idea that we are just doomed and condemned to falling apart being diseased I think you should change the paradigm to what's more accurate and that is that the body has a healing mechanism built and you just have to unlock it and we'll unlock it with just good living on market with goodness the spirituality mentality emotion physical supplements exercise breeding kindness George love yes transaction all of these activate the parasympathetic leads up George the parasympathetic nervous system the part of the nervous system that regulates immunity digestion and sexuality infertility critically all the good things in life is your safety nervous system in religion they always tell you you have to be safe it's really that's it from a private industry perspective just to be safe you have to feel safe in the world's were talking about earlier when you feel safe you activate the parasympathetic nervous system and that's what the good stuff the sympathetic nervous system that's a hot flashes that's the anxiety that's the depressed immunity that's the fear nervous system we're living in fear mentally emotionally and physically we live in fear slow deep rhythmic breathing activate the parasympathetic nervous system you crystal supplement activate the parasympathetic nervous system think grace before meals is important because it activates the parasympathetic nervous system which regulates digestion being granted being grateful you never want to eat by the way when you're under stress because I shuts down the digestive system the parasympathetic nervous system let's go west of the Rockies Michael's with us in Victoria British Columbia Hey Michael Hey there're Georgian comes down but so many choices selection music there thank you and thanks for holding in there so long I think you're on hold for an hour or two well it did it freezes body with the promises that if you yeah and actually the reference to nice about that man is a doctor Hoffman homes office Tory look the the moment the medicine yeah doctrine hopper absolutely one of my great heroes he's either for schizophrenia he's he's not service get the payroll book on it when you treat your look at night in the lecture molecular psychiatry it's.

Tony George sympathetic nervous system Michael Hey schizophrenia lecture molecular psychiatry Lisa Victoria British Columbia Hoffman
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"By the Great Recession cut its benchmark interest rate this time the economy solid by most measures yet the fed has signaled the rising pressures EE from president trump's trade wars and from a global slowdown and become cause for concern so has in inflation rate that remains chronically below the fed's target level fossil fuel industry donations are taking center stage for an upcoming LA city council run off election it's between John Lee and Lorraine Lundquist for seeds represents an area including Porter ranch which is badly affected by the lease canyon natural gas leak and it turns out that both candidates have been held my money that oil and gas companies have contributed to groups backing their campaigns the run off election set for August thirteenth a car crash is claimed the life of a man who made headlines in a school shooting twenty years ago thirty three year old drew grant died in a two vehicle head on collision in northeastern Arkansas over the weekend grant who changed his name from Andrew golden was eleven years old when he had a teenager fatally shot for students and the teacher at a middle school in Jonesborough Arkansas in nineteen ninety eight golden and Mitchell Johnson who was thirteen at the time set off a fire alarm and shot at people as they evacuated west side of middle school Johnson was in custody until two thousand and five Golden was released in two thousand and seven Jim chrysalis CBS news the number of human cases of west Nile virus in the Inland Empire and the rest of California is way down so far in twenty nineteen compared to the same period in the previous several years but no one is really sure why and as of now only three cases have been confirmed in the entire state since January first two in San Bernadino county and one in imperial county there were already twelve confirmed cases across California by this time last year new research suggested escalated levels of the female hormone estrogen in the womb could be a potential cause of autism and there's hope that these findings might someday lead to new treatments to try to prevent the condition before birth relatives makes fertilizer Bosanski says there's still a lot more to learn because the study had some serious limitations are looked only at male subjects which makes sense because right now studies do show that males seem to be more affected or at a higher rate than females results of that study were published in the journal molecular psychiatry.

California San Bernadino CBS Jim Mitchell Johnson Andrew golden Lorraine Lundquist LA city president molecular psychiatry fed Inland Empire Golden Jonesborough Arkansas Arkansas Porter ranch John Lee
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Favorite. Thanks forty-five. President Trump talks border wall security tonight in a national address top Democrats will opera sponsor and be continuing government shutdown prices now in the eighteenth day furloughed federal workers in Philadelphia held a rally in protest on independence mall urge resolution they faced a second missed paycheck. This third thing too though much is being done to stop bullying in schools and in the workplace the younger victim suffer more than slow healing emotional scars, medical editor, Dr Brian mcdonagh with us Brian. A new study takes a look Steve the work is in the journal molecular psychiatry, and when you think about it. If one out of three students in highschool are bullied, we're looking at us numbers here. The research was done in Europe. And it follows fourteen to nineteen year olds. So it's an interesting study by no means is not a conclusive study. But it does show important information. And maybe helps explain the issues the long term impacts of belief. Brian, I understand there was a particular focus the research is focusing on what the impact of bullying is on the brain. And what they found is a part of the brain called the Cardi is impacted by bullying stress, those sorts of things and the cord eight has a role in the development of anxiety. And other issues in what the researchers are doing is. They're looking at why teenagers who were bullied may have an increased risk of mental issues down the road. And they're wondering if it structural changes in the Claudy that are leading to this. And that's really what they're after. With this research, the Brian what is the takeaway on this thing? I think the important message here is we know that bullying has a long term impact. And maybe people who grew up thirty or forty years ago experience bully in a physical sense or with taunting remember for many young people their image on social media is what really matters perhaps even as much as their image in the so-called real world. So we can have an impact it's something we have to take really seriously. Thank you. Brian. Our medical editor KYW's, Dr Brian mcdonagh with us on reporter's roundup. There will soon be slim pickings that the acme market in Gladwin the Melbourne-based chain closing that supermarket locations going to happen next month. It does not seem related to Philadelphia soda tax. Like another recent supermarket store closing announcement in west Philly with us in the studio with more on the story Steve tower. Steve seems more to economic diva company spokeswoman says yes, the supermarket hasn't met its goals for a number of years. The acme spokeswoman Dana ward says the Gladwin location was underperforming, and it will close by mid February acme acquired the Gladwin. Spot on Young's furred road in twenty fifteen deal urging the super fresh there along with dozens of stores from the parent company at the time AMP that story chain that declared bankruptcy the plus the Philadelphia acme Steve already has a big presence in lower Merion with acmes and Brynn marr winwood Narberth in Bala cynwyd and competition from a relatively nearby, whole foods and trader Joe's within. Three to four miles among others the chain which operates one hundred and seventy stores in six states closed its king of Prussia Lansdale dober- stores last year. And that it was Philadelphia supermarket that is due to close that all connected. The owner says the Philadelphia soda tax. Philadelphia officials say that's really not the case when they listened to other supermarket chain. Right. And in that case the beverage tax on soda and sweetened beverages is in effect in Philadelphia affecting that ShopRite at sixty seventh and have a he said it was losing twenty five percent of sales because people were just going. A short distance away to evade that tech for the question. What will become of those active employees and glad they are looking out for those folks currently working at that acne Steve the corporate office says every associate that is interested in remaining with the company will have the opportunity to transfer to open positions at those nearby stores, especially because there are four nearby ones. Mary Lewis than video best of luck. With that Steve towel with us in the studio on reporter's roundup. Don't become beta.

Dr Brian mcdonagh Philadelphia Steve Gladwin editor molecular psychiatry reporter acme President Trump Steve tower Europe Claudy Prussia Lansdale Mary Lewis ShopRite lower Merion Dana ward Philly
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on Invention

Invention

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on Invention

"Molecular psychiatry now, the authors of this paper tell a story to illustrate how scientists can possibly be misled genetics research, if they're not careful and the story goes like this. So Robert once upon a time there was an Ethno geneticist who was looking for a subject to study. And he decided he would like to figure out why certain people eat with chopsticks and others don't. So he rounded up a few hundred university students, and he gave them questionnaires to find out. How often they use? Use chopsticks. And then he took cheek swabs to get DNA samples from each of them. So as labyrinth DNA analysis and cross reference the responses to the questionnaire with the DNA and found a huge correlation between one particular genetic marker right in the middle of a region. Previously linked to other behavioral traits and the use of chopsticks. And so then this experiment was replicated. It was performed at several other universities, and they all got the same result. So the original Ethnos geneticist he celebrates he decides it's time to call up the media and tell them I've found the chopsticks gene is a gene that makes people prone to eat with chopsticks, and this again is correlation. And as we frequently point out is one of the the golden rules of science is the correlation not necessarily causation, right? Anything that is caused Asian should be correlated. But there are lots of things that are correlated that don't have a causal relationship with each other. And this could very well be one of those examples because in this. Story. Unfortunately, the geneticist discovers only several years later that this particular gene is actually a histocompatibility antigens gene does nothing to do with dining utensils. But it just happens to be in a Lille that's more common in people with recent Asian ancestry than with other ethnic groups. So the point is to illustrate that you could find a gene associated with a trait. The level of statistical correlation can be highly significant and the tests can be replicated many times, and it's still possible that your results are biologically meaningless this gene has nothing to do with. How you use your hands or what kind of utensils you favor. It happens to be more common in a population. Who uses chopsticks more often for cultural reasons, it's a complete accident of culture, and it highlights general problem with studying populations. If you don't understand and consider the population, you're studying it's possible to draw spurious correlations using similar night. Steve logic. You could probably find a French accent, gene or a support for Russia's World Cup team. Gene. You know this. This does remind me of an early experience taking my my son to a Chinese restaurant, my wife, and I were there with him. And and he did not know how to use chopsticks at the time. He's now he's six years old and uses them extremely well. But we I took him to this Chinese restaurant. The the owner of the restaurant came around. He was saying I, and and of course, he noted that that my son is is ethnically Han Chinese, and he he said he pointed out to sea said don't let him use the cheating chopsticks. You know, once you under a hinge, he says, don't let him use those let them just figure it out because he has it in his DNA. Well, that's kind of a sweet story. But yeah, it operates on exactly the same principle, assuming that things that are actually just accidents of culture and history are somehow in the body that there's something in the body that makes you that way. Right..

Robert Ethno geneticist Molecular psychiatry Lille Steve logic Russia six years
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Because it not only affects the family lost his child, but all of us in the community. And it's a double tragedy is police. Smith's twenty year old brother was in custody people who work in the building say the brother had emotional issues, but a little boy remember disquiet by porter. Roy Barratt was. Samantha leap ten. Tim wins in Midwood Brooklyn Genton wins. Accuweather patchy fog today early outside the city, otherwise mostly sunny, beautiful high seventy degrees. Twenty year old brother, Sean Smith, by the way, charged with murder and second degree was news time three thirty five as the war in Syria continues the US backing the rebels and China and Russia backing the current government Syrian representatives of the UN demand. The withdrawal of foreign troops, including the United States Syrian Foreign Minister, while lead alma Walla through a translator told world leaders meeting at the United Nations that countries which did not support by Shah, Allah solids government needed to get out of Syria occupying forces and will be dealt with accordingly would not be welcome to take part in rebuilding Syria. It is high time. For all those detached from reality to wake up let go of their fantasies and come to their senses. He also vehemently restates is denials that his country used chemical weapons during the war, although international investigators found otherwise that is Julie Walker reporting the UN general assembly in New York ends tomorrow. Sixty degrees. In beta tester, fifty and Moorestown New Jersey fifty five at the acme in Woodcliff lake fifty eight and fair New York right now, humidity eighty percent wins out of the northeast at three gusting to twenty miles per hour. Winds you started three thirty six we've been hearing a few years now about Mediterranean, diet, fish, vegetables, nuts, rich and anti inflammatory antioxidant components considered now good for people who suffer from depression. That's according to a new study from the nature journal molecular psychiatry, researchers looked at various factors such as age physical health Afam, those who consumed the Mediterranean diet thirty three percent lower risk of developing depression. Although that diet does include red wine, researchers say that should be consumed. If at all in moderation wins news time, three thirty seven. There's things in life. You just can't control the weather. The traffic. Or the fact that spilled coffee seems to love white shirts. But it's all good because there's something you'll always be able to control your company's finances. SAP? Concur integrates, all your businesses expenses and invoicing in one simple solution giving you the visibility and control you need to drive your business forward SAP. Concur. It's all the best run businesses make their expenses run better. Learn more. Concur dot com slash control. How many times has it happened? You drive away from.

Syria UN Sean Smith New York SAP depression Midwood Brooklyn Genton United States Accuweather Roy Barratt Samantha leap molecular psychiatry Moorestown New Jersey porter Mediterranean Woodcliff lake United Nations Shah Tim
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Samantha leap ten. Tim wins in Midwood Brooklyn twenty year old brother, the suspect, Sean Smith, charged with murder in the second degree as warned Syria continues with the US backing the rebels and China and Russia backing the current government Syrian representatives of the UN are demanding the withdrawal of foreign troops, including the United States, Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Malala through a translator told world leaders meeting at the United Nations that countries which did not support by shower. LS solids government needed to get out of Syria occupying forces and will be dealt with accordingly would not be welcome to take part in rebuilding Syria. It is high time. For all those detached from reality to wake up let go of their fantasies and come to their senses. The also vehemently restates his denials that his country used chemical weapons during the war, although international investigators found otherwise. And that was Julie Walker reporting the UN general assembly in New York ends up Tober. I. Denton wins. Accuweather mainly clear. Cool. Oh, fifty six and midtown this morning forty s across some suburbs. With some patchy fog later today, mostly sunny, beautiful high seventy degrees, currently sixty in long reach fifty three in west orange fifty three in Bruton fifty nine and fair in New York, humidity seventy five percent to Windsor com, repeating the current temperature fifty nine going down to fifty six degrees in midtown. Wins. News time one thirty six. We've been hearing for a few years not at the Mediterranean diet, which consists mainly vegetables fish nuts, which are rich and anti inflammatory and antioxidant components is not considered good for people who suffer from depression. According to a new study from the nature journal, molecular psychiatry, researchers looked at various factors. They say such as age physical health and founded those who consume the Mediterranean diet had a thirty three percent lower risk of developing depression. And although that died also includes red wine researcher said that should be consumed. If at all. Wins. News time one thirty seven. If you.

Syria UN depression New York Samantha leap United States Midwood Brooklyn Accuweather Walid Malala United Nations molecular psychiatry Bruton Sean Smith murder Tim Julie Walker I. Denton researcher
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Police is that we want people to work for me. He said he forced us to go. If you say, no people. Because you're not pay here within days. And he says anyone who tries to escape from a detention center faces diet consequences. So there was some of my friends they tried to get them. They should they one of them. They shouldn't in the kneecap yet. Kneecappings slave labor beatings murder. Robert Mignoni is the chief of mission of the UNHCR in Libya. Sorry, but I've been working for over twenty five years from five different culture about the stories. I've heard here are the worst because they have really no purpose is pure pure cruelty. So how do you help? Well, we try to get them out of the country. We have comfortable it's too dangerous here for refugees, especially from sub Saharan Africa. And so we try to evacuate them or resettle them to third countries. The problem is they're few takers for the migrants several countries promised they'd resettle four thousand this year. So far just four hundred have been helped Clive myrie in Tripoli. Many women in France have suffered cat calling for men now after new lowest put in place in August. One man living near Paris has become the first to be sentenced for it. Matthew laser reports. The incident happened last week on the birth in Pariser verb, a man boarded what he was drunk and approach twenty one years old woman smacked bottom and made an insulting comments about abreast. When the woman went to the driver for help, the man also taxi the driver who then called the police now, a judge has sentenced demand to three months in prison for the slap, which was considered an act of sexual aggression was also fine what in three hundred and fifty dollars for the offensive comments define is the first imposed under new legislation that seeks to deter predatory remarks and harassing actions such as wolf whistles, the minister million Chiappa welcomed the decision on Twitter praising the drivers quick witness. And adding together we can end. Gender-based and sexual violence. In france. Recent survey showed that more than half of women had experienced sexual harassment or salt. Matthew now quick what else is happening in the wild with fear. Now, scientists University College London a healthy diet may help protect the mind from depression. They've called for clinical trials and teasing nutrition to help tackle the disease. James gallagher. More details, we know diets rich in fruit, vegetables, nuts and fish good for the body. But are they good for the mind to the report in the journal molecular psychiatry analyze data from forty one? Studies it argues there is a pattern of plant rich Mediterranean-style diets protecting against depressive symptoms. Researchers say the food we eat alters, gut bacteria and the immune system both of which have a complex relationship with the brain for the findings are not definitive and other scientists say the only way to prove whether the links had genuine is to connote launch clinical trials. Police in Western Australia. Have located a critically endangered tortoise which had been stolen from Perth zoo seven years ago that coverage of the reptile Madagascan radiated tortoise highly prized by wildlife smugglers comes amid questions around the zoo security after last week. So the theft and retrieval of a mere cat. Another tortoise also stolen in twenty eleven remains at large. An apple one computer, which was the first product made by the computing giant is sold at auction for three hundred seventy five thousand dollars the machine was designed by Steve Wozniak Nunez was the co founder of apple. It's only one of only a handful of fully functioning models noon to be in existence today. The best example of original Viking ships are displayed in a popular museum in the Norwegian capital Oslo. But historians essay the preservation could be under threat unless the government steps in with more money as not pickles reports..

Matthew laser France co founder Robert Mignoni Perth zoo Clive myrie molecular psychiatry Saharan Africa UNHCR Steve Wozniak Nunez Paris Tripoli Libya depressive symptoms murder apple University College London Twitter Chiappa theft
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Analysis of more than one thousand people without with n without psychiatric psychiatric easy for me to say disorders has shown. That nitrates chemicals used secure meat such as, beef jerky salami hot, dogs, and. Other processed meat snacks may contribute to, mania an abnormal mood state. Mania is characterized by, hyper activity euphoria and insomnia the findings are out of the. John Hopkins medicine study which was designed was not designed to determine cause and effect but with published July eighteenth and molecular psychiatry journal specifically it found that people hospitalized for an episode of mania had more than three times the odds of having. At e- having ever. Nitrate cured meats than people without a history of serious psychiatric disorder experiments. In rats by the same. Researcher showed menia like hyperactivity after just a few weeks on diets with added nitrates again the number here is eight six six nine zero nine four or five five we're. Talking about nutrition we're, talking about how we're talking about nitrates in our food and how that if you think that food can affect. Your mood you'd better listen in while a. Number of genetic and other risk factors had been linked. To the manic episodes that characterized by Polar disorder and may occur and. Other psychiatric conditions those factors have been able to. Explain the causes of these mental, illnesses in researchers are increasingly looking for environmental factors such as diet that may play a role so for any of, you people out there that are feeling like you. Might, be a little bit down or you you might not just be in the best mood remember you know eating the right foods eating whole foods in good foods I'm not having too much of anything remember on that scale for fullness therapy and not fall at all ten being so full you feel sick when. You, get to an eight nine, or, ten, on, that, Spillman, scale you're actually? Going. To end up feeling. Really tired really lazy and you're probably going to wake up with a food hangover and that's not what I want for you, guys I want you guys to live happy healthy lives so start thinking about your sleep what foods you're putting in your your Body and you know the processed foods do you really want those in your system from what this. Study is saying it's just one more study showing and giving us avenues but how much how many studies do we need it's not that I'm saying they should. Stop doing this studies but what I'm saying is there is enough proof out there now that we should be trying, to stay away from processed foods we talked last. Week, about you, know fast foods and, some of the local restaurants and. We're finding dishes that were supposed to. Be for one person that had over four thousand milligrams close to five thousand milligrams in, some cases in these foods that a lot of, us are consuming and it's about time, you wake up start thinking about what you're putting, in your, mouth and again I've I do this show every Saturday from, eleven to noon and the number here is eight. Six six nine two zero.

Researcher molecular psychiatry John Hopkins
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Interventions to help reduce. The risk of manic episodes, and. Those who have bipolar or more vulnerable to mania now this is the kicker okay The average person with. Bipolar doesn't know they have. It I can't tell. You how many of my patients I thought we're, bipolar when, I wanted to. Diagnose or get them help they refused they were insulted So I, don't wanna diagnosis And I'll tell you how I. Kind of identify that Minnesota. It's very common out there Well back to the study what's a nitrates in. Cured meats like salami right They say, US researchers added them to a diet of rats And they showed signs of mania just after a few weeks and the human study people were asked if. Eaten meat, sticks in the form of Turkey or beef jerky Want slobby now meet sticks and jerky obviously a very popular not popular Popular in the, UK but, in. The US but nitrates are used as preservatives for sausages bacon, burgers etcetera And they found and this study. Was published in molecular psychiatry nitrates, change the gut bacteria rats which may be linked to mental, health problems we talked, about how gut bacteria gut microbiome consent signals, to the, brain So. It follows evidence that giving people with bipolar disorder probiotics may help that they may be less likely to, be rehospitalization now as you know processed meat. Has been in known to increase people's risk the bowel cancer so I looked. At a number of dietary exposures, and cured meats seem to stand out Now again this is one of these not cause. And, effect these are, one of these associated studies where we're looking at people that were in. The hospital and did they eat beef jerky you know with that I don't want to You know start worrying people because. Like I said I love the, idea of you know hearing like one guy died from, eating oysters apparently we have a man who died after eating oysters we. Have people that you know get e-coli from that previous Romain lettuce outbreak there's, a whole variety of. Food born illnesses, that when somebody wants to eat dry me I. Really haven't heard of a lot of people getting sick from that and I'm not saying I want you as your as at, as a, big staple, in your diet but You, know I think we panic too much..

US molecular psychiatry Minnesota UK
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Damn that's due to construction will have more, when we check traffic, and transit on the twos coming up in just over a minute Sitting President Trump's remarks at joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir. Putin Pennsylvania's, auditor general says he's expanding the outreach of. His election security audit. KYW Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo reports saying the, White House cannot be trusted to ensure election security inciting last week's indictments of Russian agents auditor general Eugene de pass Walli launched his election security audit in June. Says he's reaching out to Pennsylvania's US attorneys the FBI and the department of homeland. Security, you underscore is concerns, he passed quality points to Maryland where he says officials have been told by the FBI than a Russian oligarch is now. The chief investor in the company, that manages the Maryland voter registration system to be fair I don't believe. That Maryland set out the higher Russians to manage their election system however. To mergers and acquisitions it appears. That, is now the case deepish wildly says that scenario cannot be allowed to play out in Pennsylvania in Harrisburg Tony Romeo KYW NewsRadio A new study shows the chemicals used secure, everything from hot dogs to. Beef jerky, could contribute to mania the Johns Hopkins medicine. Study concludes it nitrates. Used in processed meat snacks could be a contributing, factor to things like hyperactivity insomnia and euphoria researchers say while genetics and other risk factors have been linked to manic episodes their study found that people hospitalized for. An episode of mania at more than three times the odds of having eaten nitrate. Cured, meats then people without, a history of a serious psychiatric disorder the study is published in the journal molecular psychiatry Bill Rakoff CBS news KYW news. Time eleven twenty two We check, traffic and transit, on the twos Watch out broad at Gerard there is a fire and we've. Got police on our fire department on-scene. There they've asked everybody to, avoid this again that is broad at Gerard and we've got heavy traffic on ninety five south from south of the Betsy Ross bridge down to, Gerard east on the Schuylkill, expressway, jammed up especially getting on. At two oh two out to Gulf. Mills the right lane is closed, with construction they are actually on the move but we're not seeing them go very far. Just yet east coming through the contract curve we're really in good, shape and the Montgomery Gerard is the delay continuing east, as you're headed for, the what an expressway leaving the Schuylkill expressway some heavy traffic. There that is due to construction as well and then on the vine street expressway westbound some pretty heavy traffic from the Parkway out to around spring garden, that backups all about vine street expressway east where we had all that construction going on. Everything is actually moved out of the way now on the ramp that goes to ninety. Five north at is a little bit. Slow also a note about ninety five north we've got some. Heavy traffic coming over the Girard point bridge once you get past that You are right and they. Should be almost a would even now. But there is a motorcade making, its way north and they are going to get off at Woodhaven in the meantime give. Them some space if you see them and we're looking good for, twenty two PA turnpike eastbound you got about twenty five, minute delay as you, just kept past Morgantown for a couple of miles that's all. Due to construction in New Jersey forty two fifty five to ninety five all those major routes actually looked great our bridges are in pretty decent shape the, wall westbound that's a little bit slow due to construction and then the Commodore Barry bridge. Eastbound only one lane is getting by mass transit we don't have any delays to report. Next update less than ten minutes from. The TruMark.

Putin Pennsylvania Montgomery Gerard Maryland vine street expressway US Tony Romeo auditor Harrisburg Walli FBI President Gerard east Girard point bridge Commodore Barry bridge Betsy Ross bridge molecular psychiatry bureau chief Gulf Johns Hopkins medicine
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Fifty, percent chance of showers and storms, Sunday high of, eighty two I'm John Eliot CBS to weather center it. Is fair. And seventy four degrees in. Central park. Once again the, high four today eighty six degrees it's eleven twenty A new study shows a chemicals used to cure meat. Everything we're talking from hot dogs to beef jerky may actually affect your mood more on that now from CBS correspondent Bill Rakoff the Johns Hopkins medicine study concludes it nitrates used in. Processed meat snacks could be a contributing factor to. Things like hyperactivity insomnia and euphoria researchers say well genetics and other risk factors have been linked to manic episodes their study found that people hospitalized for an episode of. Mania at more, than three, times the odds of having eaten nitrate cured meats than people without a history. Of serious psychiatric disorder the study is published, in the journal molecular psychiatry Bill, Rakoff CBS news Marriott international is saying, it will remove plastic straws and drinks. Stirs from all of its. Sixty five hundred hotels and resorts all. Around the world by next year Marriott says the move. Will eliminate around one billion straws and toured or, fifty million stirrers By July of two thousand nineteen Marriott is the biggest company. To announce it, is doing, away with plastic straws Starbucks and American Airlines have announced similar plans last week What if you could know whether you had skin cancer with a simple blood, test Astralian scientists say they've created one to screen for. Melanoma having a success rate of more. Than eighty percent when..

Bill Rakoff Marriott international CBS John Eliot Starbucks Johns Hopkins medicine molecular psychiatry Astralian American Airlines seventy four degrees eighty six degrees eighty percent
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"WCBS Craig Allen will your entire, five day forecast Ps nicest. Today almost not Sunday, though I don't think we're going to, make, it, through Saturday night and Sunday but we're going to be fine. Right up until that point with temperatures in the mid eighties today low humidity it really is spectacular out there in fact. Tomorrow will be a top ten and. The reason I picked Tomorrow is because it'll be a a degree or two or three cooler so it'll be a little bit even, a little bit more. Comfortable tonight's low. Sixty to sixty five fifties in the suburbs figure about eighty three eighty four eighty. Five tomorrow Friday eighty two. Eighty three degrees or so and Saturday still between eighty and eighty five but Saturday night and Sunday we start. Getting, into a very tropical type of weather pattern here with. A lot of moisture and a lot of humidity and, not necessarily the heat but of course all of that, will bring the chance for showers and thunderstorms. Starting Saturday night into Sunday right now seventy two humidity sixty eight percent I'm Craig Ellen. And the WCBS weather center you get those summer days where, it's just gray and. The clouds and the humidity are all kind of lingering coming back but, we get a nice break for now Craig Allen this morning nine twentieth WCBS a new study on, digital media. And ADHD means parents may want. To reconsider, how often they let their kids. Use a smartphone here see CBS's Vicki Barker the team led by doctor Adam Leventhal studied some twenty five hundred Los Angeles teenagers, over a two year, period looking. For any connection between excessive smartphone news at. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and we found indeed yeah there was a statistically significant day in fact about ten percent of teams. Who reported high digital media use developed ADHD. Symptoms during those two. Years. More than twice the rate of kids reporting infrequent smartphone use Vicki Barker CBS news who knew that there was a meet mental matrix who knew. This New study that's out of the chemicals that are used to cure meat it may affect your, mood here's Bill Rakoff the Johns Hopkins. Medicine study concludes it nitrates Houston process meat. Snacks could be a contributing factor to things like hyperactivity insomnia and euphoria researchers say while genetics and other, risk factors have been linked to manic episodes their. Study found that people hospitalized for an episode of mania at more than three times the odds of. Having eaten nitrate cured meats than people without a history of serious psychiatric disorder the. Study is published in the journal molecular psychiatry Bill Rakoff CBS news on, the air since five, AM, and you can still save mania. Matrix I bowed thank you nine two at WCBS why sitting is dehydrating I'm Pat far neck with the WCBS help wellbeing report sponsored by valley health system, enhancing the health and wellbeing of northern New Jersey an interesting scientific discovery has been.

Craig Allen CBS Vicki Barker ADHD WCBS Bill Rakoff Craig Ellen molecular psychiatry Adam Leventhal New Jersey Johns Hopkins Houston Los Angeles Eighty three degrees sixty eight percent ten percent five day two year
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"It up there by five. You be the first to know what's happening with things you. Need to know today another way we keep you informed right here on NewsRadio eight thrilled. WCC oh well there's a new study this morning showing that chemicals used to cure everything from hot dogs to beef jerky could contribute. To mania the Johns Hopkins medicine study concludes it. Nitrates used in processed meat snacks could be a contributing factor, to things, like hyperactivity insomnia, and euphoria researchers say while genetics and other risk factors have. Been linked to manic episodes their study found that people hospitalized for an episode of mania at more than three times the odds, of having eaten nitrate cured meats. Then people without a history of serious psychiatric disorder the study is published in, the journal molecular psychiatry Bill Rakoff CBS news more food, news all of this very different variety of food news Ashrat affirmative New York has made getting into the Guinness Book of World records his stock in trade. Now. He has set a bizarre and rather dangerous new record he sliced through twenty-six watermelons on. His stomach with a sword in one minute Firmin's advice don't try this at home with a very short laid and if you slip. You can easily cut arm we're finger whatever okay. Then firm and has by the way two hundred twenty five, Guinness records, that still stand, so we have to have a hobby I guess it is. A five twenty five is July eighteenth twenty eighteen CBS Nineteen sixty Ballard in the midnight is.

Guinness Johns Hopkins medicine CBS molecular psychiatry WCC Firmin New York Ballard one minute
Mania patients more likely to have eaten nitrate-cured meats: study

24 Hour News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

Mania patients more likely to have eaten nitrate-cured meats: study

"Canada, and it's it's the most important structure project in the Great Lakes region not just Michigan or Detroit And it will create thousands of construction jobs from Tony Stewart is executive director of the. Michigan regional council of carpenters and mill rights for Detroit is jobs bottom line they they need jobs so we need jobs that what we did we. Put money a sad to create a lot of training to. Train people from the city, and the state to, the city Miami to work on. These jobs zoos me a decent paying job with a great opportunity to retire with a good retirement. And change, the course of a family is not living status Kevin Casillas is. President of the southwest Detroit community benefits coalition this has been, a long long project and many many meetings throughout all this process, we have been fighting for the residents that will be right next to, this project in south west Troy Vicki Thomas, WW Jane is radio, nine fifty police in Las Vegas. Say the body camera footage from a deadly officer involved shooting shows the dangers that the officers faced Police in Las Vegas releasing the footage of the July eleventh officer involved shooting which left, one suspect, dead and another injured, Las Vegas police department assistant sheriff Tim. Kelly but you see that there is, a significant amount of fire coming from the suspect vehicle during you know in the mid morning we have citizens out on the roadways we have, citizens that are walking police, followed the, suspects on a, high speed chase through the streets of Las Vegas until the suspects crashed into a wall at. A nearby elementary school Fred Halstead for CBS. News Las Vegas a new study showing. The chemicals used to cure. Everything from hot dogs to beef jerky coup contribute to mania. Here's more from CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff the Johns Hopkins medicine study concludes it nitrates. Used in processed meat snacks could be a contributing factor to things like hyperactivity insomnia and. Euphoria researchers say while genetics and, other, risk factors have been linked, to manic episodes their study found that people hospitalized for an episode of mania at more than three Times the odds of having eaten nitrate cured meats than people without a history, of serious, psychiatric disorder, the study. Is published in the journal molecular psychiatry Bill Rakoff CBS news a sixty five year old ordinance, banning dancing, on Sundays at now, has now been repealed in a small. Arkansas town residents of Fort Smith Arkansas, can finally kickoff there Sunday shoes city lawmakers recently repealed a nineteen Fifty-three ordinance that essentially outlawed public dancing on Sundays it was dubbed the foot, loose or dense for the, nineteen Eighty-four, Kevin bacon movie, about a town that banned dancing and rock music despite the lost city spokeswoman says no one. In the western Arkansas city's been arrested or. Even ticketed for cutting loose on Sundays. In two decades Pam Coulter. She Bs news.

Las Vegas CBS Detroit Bill Rakoff Tony Stewart Arkansas City Michigan Regional Council Of C Great Lakes Pam Coulter Kevin Casillas Michigan Fred Halstead Officer Canada Executive Director Kevin Bacon Molecular Psychiatry Miami Insomnia Ww Jane
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"And finally on today's program here's a question for you could dna testing particpate house moment you will be in the largest ever study looking at the genetic basis for intelligence researchers have discovered hundreds of new genes linked to brain power let's find out more dr christmas is on the line christmas from the naked scientists at cambridge university let's get him and if you've ever had the need of a therapy pets to help you get you through some more of your strenuous research but tell me about this get can does the tell us about intelligence yes according to this study which is molecular psychiatry this week it's appear view john is a good study that looked at a quarter of a million people it's the largest study tonight to do this they reckon they found more than five hundred five hundred thirty eight genes which appear to be uniquely pound up with how intelligent we'll right this is a worry for people with young children such as myself but tell me doesn't research speak to what you can do about it if not well served by your genetic propensity will the point about this study was to shed some light on this because we've known for a really long time actually the genes must be bound up the intelligence and the first point towards this was twin studies if you look at people who are identical twins and you compare them with known identical twins the difference between the two is identical twins are genetically identical they're effectively nature's clones was non identical twins are no more related than a brother and sister so they offer a unique way to study the effect of genes in circumstance like this and those studies suggested that might be eighty percent of the difference in intelligence between two individuals could be described on the basis of genetics so everyone thought it would be easy just look in the genome and we'll find the magic intelligence gene and it didn't it didn't come off because they couldn't find a unique gene which appears to be your source of g the psychologists used to describe iq or intelligence.

cambridge university molecular psychiatry john eighty percent
"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"molecular psychiatry" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"So this again was the uh something that was done by the british cycle lodge michael society and with presented at the conference in brighton in the uk and when it first monju day on that prenatal supplement throughout pregnancy it's not just about the beginning of pregnancy it's not just about preconception nutritional needs it is throughout pregnancy that children benefit from many different nutrients vitamin d for acted and certainly the omega3 to improve the brain development and i cue and the com nature of the baby and also the mothers emotional stability during no four after pregnancy speaking of vitamin d whoa research has linked vitamin d and optimism trade and australian study adds more research to the link between mothers vitamin d levels during pregnancy and the risk that their children will develop autistic trait for the pile of research that links vitamin d deficiency in pregnancy worth an increase of autism trade in children this was done in queensland in australia the university of queensland brain institute which is part of the university of australia and they found that women had little vitamin d rivals at twenty weeks of gestation phil like right at the midpoint i've pregnancy were more likely to have a child who developed artistic traits by the age of fit so birth adds evident that rail vitamin d is associated with neurodevelopmental dis orders uh just of taking full rate or orrick acid in pregnancy has reduced the incidence of spina bifida are the result of this studies suggest that prenatal vitamin d supplements may reduce the incidence of autism and these results could have important implications from public health perspective the looked at blood samples forty two hundred breadth samples from pregnant women and their children grin these these liberal baby couple were closely monitored as part of a longterm generation our study in the netherlands the results were published in the journal molecular psychiatry so it just brings up the importance of mumbling.

brighton uk vitamin d deficiency queensland netherlands molecular psychiatry british cycle lodge michael so vitamin d university of queensland brain university of australia public health twenty weeks