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"muscle atrophy" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"The child Set aside this is Ryan McNeil and Patriot and his son. Angus says aside from bone density muscle atrophy in a psychological issues with the be any neurological physiological effects from long term space travel. My son Angus is curious as to how children may develop differently outside of Earth's atmosphere and if they grew process would help them adapt to the Environment Bassa than adults. How would a human who'd spent that growth cycles in zero gravity live on a planet as an adult? It would probably be very difficult if you if you just can't there. There's never been a human Baby born space as most people probably know there's officially never been sex in space at least between humans. They have taken. There's been pregnant mice that have been to space. There's been some mouse mating. That's been tried in space. Where you know the the mice get zero G. They just kind of flop around. It's very there's there's a whole mouse cage on the ISS. So that's kind of funny to watch you know for on the record. There's no sex in space has been Pregnant mice that have given birth so we know birth is possible in space If you could grow up zero g and then try and go to planet assuming that all works you would probably be very very difficult to maybe even survive and so. I think you would get there. You'd be you really pummeled in crushed by the gravity. You might not survive so you could argue that. If you do let people grew up your g have you given them a prison in space? Were never allowed to go to a surface or or maybe mechanically. You could supplement them. Somehow when they get there as an idea like Neil is just saying something to save them but it is You know it's a challenging idea that you know. Ideally you'd have the most galactic freedom the year. You should be able to live anywhere. You want in theory as organism but right now we're not there that's the ideal I'd strive for but I think we're not there. Of course. There was the film the space between us which explored the first person ever born on another planet and it was a boy born on Mars and so he's native Martian basically and then when he comes to Earth 'cause he can jump high and do things on. Mars and he comes to earth and he can't and so you part of it explorers and then there's a love interest in this. You got to have that. But but for those who haven't seen it just exports this idea of what happens when you cross gravitational boundaries. And how do you adapt physiologically to? There is a sort of a connected question as well for Matt Dean on Facebook. Who Asks Biologically speaking? Would it be more difficult to procreate in space would federalisation rates be similar Friends asking for France or so..
A Vet Explains Laryngeal Hemiplegia in Horses
"Chatting here on in the gate with Dr Norm Ducharme of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. I read about another reason that a Horse Airway can become obstructed. It's called Laurentian Hemiplegia. It's where cartilage in the windpipe becomes paralyzed and partially obstructs the flow of air. How common is this? This limit Israel. He needs please. Your problem and in a medical term is returning original. Rossi is quite common. The probably in the neighborhood of variable deranged a to invite percents of horses. thornburgh racehorse are affected with this disease. If you look at the draft horse breed it's probably closer to fifty percent that are affected by this disease and unlike the soft palate this original obstruction happens happens during installation so horses that problem getting air into their lungs as opposed to palate horses that problem getting the or the air out of the lungs. So what happens for Laryngeal Hemiplegia so this one the nerve becomes it comes standard. So they're tuners running on either side of the windpipe and both of these nerve for reason we don't understand Start to die back and I say back the muscle atrophy and the muscle being atrophying that prevents the normal symbol opening during elation to cure and so the problem getting air in during the lace. And and and. Both these condition the Pallet Orangeville. Please you the lack of oxygen is an acute determinant of the Horse's performance. Let's and cannon lead to injury because the horse could be exercising ended up fatigue state. Well that's the thing I mean. You are. Undoubtedly aware of of the scrutiny. The horse racing community is facing this year now. Most of the fatalities we hear about in racing are as you indicated earlier musculoskeletal still in nature but in your experience. What connection is there between horses who have suffered on track racing and training fatalities and potential respiratory Tori issues? It's actually a small numbers Cornell University received perform postmortem exam on Says is that euthanized on the track for whatever reason and we got to look at their airways as well as the muscular skeletal system and it's a very small percentage of horses They have this as an airway problem and have had an orthopedic problem. It's slow on the airway. Problem is so obvious that interferes with the performance of horses that almost all trainer the area would seek some kind of remedy for it rather than continue pushing a horse true that no oxygen. These horse can't run well at all of course so I mean in the bigger picture. What role does this research of your team play in the greater effort to increase that quine Kline safety and wellbeing well? It's a welfare issue that we need to understand problem and come up with remedies that are are more natural more physiological to allow the horses to able to have proper oxygen and and leases cardio vascular pulmonary system or able to deliver oxygen to the muscle that these horses have and so And both of these disease were. We've been looking for physiological solution to to resolve the problem. The upper for Amway feel as made a lot of advantages or advances. I should say because we can examine the upper airway of horses. That answer cise with us go so we could see during the training phase. What is really happening to the upper airway? And then once you got the diagnosis. And we've been focusing on finding the cost. We can find more physiological response whether it's between the horse with a power alad problem or the transplant on Earth to fix a horse that has a problem to his larynx. But yeah it is is a large problem. The industry and what a few of us are trying to figure known for all help program nationally that would allow proper opera prescreening of horses to identify not horses that have Fractures but before that horses that have underline bone changes. For whatever reason whether it's training related or reading related the Hor- ground related Ed or respiratory related and trying to make the proper at outpatient in changes to reposition the horses in the right access so they can compete successfully and more orderly say Dr Norm Ducharme as part of the team at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine. That's been researching this breathing issue. Thank you so much for sharing the results of this study with
Staying in Bed for Science
"Nasa is looking for volunteers for space travel. Simulation study the good news is that you can simulate the space travel experience simply by lying down. According to the leaders of this forthcoming study, the bad news. Well, the study isn't quite as cushy as it might sound. This study is a joint operation between NASA, the German, aerospace centre and the European Space Agency, and they want to study the effects of prolonged bedrest on women at a lab. In cologne. Germany, you'll be lying down for a lot longer than your typical. Netflix binge. I'm talking sixty full days of total bedrest, no bathroom breaks, participants at delight down even while they eat bathe and use the restroom, and they won't even get to life flat. Space travel makes bodily fluids move toward the head. Which is why astronauts always look like they're just hanging upside down. So to better simulate space travel. Participants will have to lie in beds that are slightly tilted with their heads lower than their feet. If this sounds like senseless, torture, though, it's not the study exists partially to understand the toll that bedrest and by extension space travel takes on the body and partially to test. Something called a short arm human centrifuge. It's a new technology that generates artificial gravity by whirling people around at high speeds, and it could help prevent muscle atrophy in people on bedrest or in astronauts, so for every day of this bedrest study participant. Will spend twenty three and a half hours in a tilted bed and the other half hour in the centrifuge. And again, this will go on for sixty full days. Participants will also eat carefully calibrated diets that won't make them gain weight, but will at times include pancakes, this specifically mentioned in recruitment materials after that's done. They spend fourteen days in astronaut rehab, stretching and relearning how to stand up since this study is taking place in Germany. The scientists are only looking for German speaking women ages twenty four to fifty five but for two months stint. They'll get a cool sixteen thousand five hundred euro or about eighteen thousand five hundred US dollars, and it's a public service because if the centrifuge works it could save astronauts loads of time since right now, they actually play sports for most of their days in space just to combat muscle atrophy, all in all this could be the perfect vacation for the right person. Would you be the right person? No, absolutely not. I would never be able to stay in a bed for that long. At all it is hard. For me to stay in bed on weekends, John. I mean, I like reading books, and I like playing video games, but the head under the feet thing. Kind of gets me. I just I would this is absolutely torture for me. I could never ever do this. Yeah. Well, also mean neither because I'm not a woman so perfect. Well, I don't speak German. So it's fine.
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Stay energized, active alerts, healthy and even stronger. That is impressive on so many levels. So much rate information there, and I know this I asked does Anthony has about a dozen patents to looking here. There's a patent for promoting health. Never dusing. I fatigued. There's a patent for inhibiting the expression of cytokines and cells and a patent get this on composition for body fat reduction there's one for improving muscle atrophy in older adults Sherry I like to be a little bit of a skeptic here. How can this one simple nutrient magically do all of this is asked to ethics gives us so many benefits? I mean, really. Yeah. I know. It sounds amazing too. Good to be true. But it really is true. Many of the studies that I'm referencing here. They're available on PubMed. These are reputable clinical studies conducted by leading researchers around the world that really backed the benefits about disaster than by the way, Muslim output is better with us Anthony too. And this comes from Abbas Anthon research published in the international journal sports, nutrition, November two thousand and eleven this is another. Study done with cyclists. They took four milligrams of ass Anthon. It was small study. But very positive showing that cyclist improved their trial time by two minutes in a twenty kilometer bike race. I mean that's a meaningful improvement in a race like this. And the researchers said that they also burn fat more efficiently, which makes sense based on this research purity can actually make the claim that asked FX will promote and improve power output in your muscles. I mean, I tell people asked to FX in his strength and power house. It's transformative if you like energy, and this is sound and other studies to like one that looked at hand grip strength..
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"The biggest that'll get don't do that. And then when I try to return it I'll take like a four hundred dollar loss. If I remember on time, and if not I'm stuck with it or whatever, but I like to try anything because that same thing Robbie was saying, I just didn't want to interject myself into the interview was the muscle atrophy experience for my the injury. Boy, that's been the toughest and getting out there. I'm not regular, and they'll getting out there and doing squats and lunges man, I for one they they hurt. They're not easy. It's not easy to get motivated for that for that. But something like, this seems different. Not not as taxing upfront. But he's saying it is in the end with benefits of who knows? If you don't have a nordictrack near you. You have to pay a lot to ship it in tally. They get you ochre zero. Like, I gotta pay two hundred bucks shipped his back. I'll just keep it. Got it Markelle from Waco, his parlay you guys want to hear it. Yeah. He called in. And I wrote it down a lot of times. I don't write it down. I'm just like all right. Good luck. But this one I figured out. Fuck it. I had a pen in my hand. Let's see what this joker does. Right. He had Jimmy Rivera Paul Felder Francine gone, Matt Matry own in Paul Daley, the Mitchell and fight never happened. So right away. He was down to a fourteen where it went to and to it wasn't bad. Two one Felder and in Ghana two loss in daily and Rivera, but I remember going. Okay. I mean, that's a major partly there because he went straight for the toughest match-ups. You know, what I mean, the all ranked fighters against ranked fighters..
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Stay energized, active alerts healthy and even stronger that is impressive on so many levels so much great information there, and I know this asked his Anthony has about a dozen patents to. I am looking here. I see there's a patent for promoting health reducing fatigue. There's a patent for inhibiting the expression of cytokines and sales and a patent get this on composition for body fat reduction there's one four improving muscle atrophy and older adults. Sherry I like to be a little bit of a skeptic here. How can this one simple nutrient magically do all of this? How can this asked to ethics gives us so many benefits? I mean, really. Yeah. I know. It sounds amazing too. Good to be true. But it really is true. Many of the studies that I'm referencing here. They're available on PubMed. These are reputable clinical studies conducted by leading researchers around the world that really back the benefits the best is anthem. By the way, muscle output is better with us does Anthon too. And this comes from Astor's Anthon research published in the international journal sports, nutrition, November two thousand and eleven. This was another study done with cyclists. They took four milligrams of Anthon. It was small study, but very positive showing cyclist improve. Moved their trial time by two minutes in a twenty kilometer bike race. I mean that's a meaningful improvement in a race like this. And the researchers said that they also burn fat more efficiently, which makes sense based on this research purity can actually make the claim that asks to FX will promote and improve power output in your muscles. I mean, I tell people asked to affects in his strength.
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage
"So what are the challenges on the biomedical side for astronauts, really look at about four showstoppers humans to Mars is around trips and going to bring them back to earth healthy as well. So the radiation exposure, that's the number one challenge for human mission to Mars and even to the moon because now we're going deep space, then we have to look at the muscular, skeletal muscles and bones because. Deteriorate a lot when we're in microgravity, but we can exercise, and we have a lot of research. We're making a lot of progress and keeping the astronauts healthy, and well in terms of the muscles and bones, and I put psychological issues right up there. And my topless why? Because we're gonna four people locked into something smaller than a car so late confined environment. Really does change how people act, and so there's a lot of teamwork. There's really a lot of psychological issues that you have to deal with to make sure the cruise in. We're going there to search for life. Find the evidence of life on Mars. And so we just had cognizant of what the team dynamics are people are doing well or not and basically providing support all levels that you've done research over the years, but if only Russian may station on the on the ice, and now that looks some of those things particular with the we don't have to worry about radiation so much, but we do have to worry about gravity environment. So what does being gravity moment for a long period actually doing to people physiological conditioning? So all of your. Ziada your muscles your bone, cardiovascular, nervous, debris. That's orientational. A lot of those actually do adapt call they don't get back to one zero g microgravity set point. But musculoskeletal, your muscles and bones. We have thirty percent muscle atrophy. Maybe forty percent muscle strength loss. We see a changing of muscle fibers. But we kinda studied that on earth to marathon runners versus powerlifters, very different physiology and training, the bones musculoskeletal, the bone deconditioning with see bone loss and structurally while that's important for astronauts. It's really important for here on earth your process. So when we look at these biomarkers that we see how the bones changing, essentially, the brain. Can you imagine we're in microgravity space station now may brains? Tell me, hey, Dave, I'm floating. Okay. Maybe I don't need to build so much bone. But we're still resorting the Bill. We're taking the bone up, you know, floating around what extent of doing exercise, stop the process. It was it just minimizing juicing the the degeneration. We're trying to minimize with the chemical countermeasure. So we're trying to counter. Those affects so anyone who's running around with a Fitbit or even your apple watching ten thousand steps a day. That's what I try to get. Right. Well magic. Now, those ten thousand steps are gone. So that's the invocation is we don't have the loading on our muscles and bones. See don't have those forces. You don't have those loads. So you do a lot of exercise exercise two and a half hours a day, thus gravity piece. What about the radiation piece, obviously, less of a problem on the space station? But what do you think we're going to have to do to protect people getting to the moon to malls? And when the radiation protection is is enormous challenge for Morris. The good news is every we've been on Mars for fifty years exploring with our Rover is in our Landers..
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hour number three coming coming up here on nightside. Did get a chance to speak with sheriff, Tom Hodgson during the ten o'clock news with Don huff, again, if you're interested in finding out more about the effort by the national sheriff's association, which Tom Hodgson is a member you can just go to sheriff's wall dot org. S H E R. I F F S W A L L sheriff's wall. No apostrophes or anything hyphen all one word sheriff's wall dot org, and we will have sheriff. Hodgson, he's in Washington. We will have Tom Hodson on in-studio at some point in the not too distant future. Because the the phone connection was not perfect tonight. And we've had a little few gremlins here with the phone lines tonight for those of you who call and if for some reason. We have you on hold please. Give us a little bit of patients here. We're going to get everything worked out I hope in the next few days at least within the next couple of weeks. There's a lot that went into this radio station being physically moved from soldiers field road here to one cabinet road in Medford now before we get to our next topic of the night. Tomorrow is world do Hsien awareness day. And for those of you who perhaps do not know, what do Hsien is. It is the only fatal form of muscular dystrophy as I understand it. There are about fifteen thousand primarily young men who suffer from this disease. There are thirty five as I understand it different types of strains of multiple dys- dystrophy. But the one that is is the cruellest is world is due Hsien disease. And with us tonight to talk about a big event that's going to take place tomorrow in Cambridge hosting the annual world do Duchenne awareness day. The jet foundation from the jet foundation is mar Carol more. Thank you for joining us tonight. How are you? Great, dan. Thank you so much for having pronounced actually is pronounced Mary if I'm not mistaken. Correct. Mara like Lara with an m. Okay, fine Mara. Okay. Fine. That's that's excellent. So so first of all tell us this is a disease, that's rare. But it's devastating and it primarily affects young men, meaning the life expectancy of people who were diagnosed with this disease. Maybe in their twenties is that what what are we talking about these days? Like, you said it is a devastating to these it affects one in every thirty five hundred male birds. It does primarily affect boys. Although in very rare cases girls these babies are born seemingly healthy learning to crawl into walk to stand. However, right around three or five years old all of their muscles start to deteriorate and then. You know, obviously all of their muscles. And then their heart is the biggest muscles so heart failure usually in late teens early twenties. Now, you said that this is an onset disease that children three four five. Start to show muscle. Is it simply muscle atrophy? Or or is is exactly it's the the x chromosome on that that are the emails that when it skipped it deteriorates the district in so district and creates muscles. So although these babies have enough muscle strength to get page two three four five. That's when their bodied no longer able to produce this district, and and all of their muscles start to deteriorate into your your event. Tomorrow. Friday Friday night will be from six to nine o'clock at the. The hotel Marlow in Cambridge that's on land boulevard. And this is not a fundraiser per se. This is really an awareness event in any family as I understand that has touched by do shed is welcome to come and. Participate in your program. Correct. Yes. Absolutely. It's a free event for all our family the New England, it's it's an it's a time of actually celebration because in the past five years, we've had a amazing progress induced so it is a time of celebration. A lot has happened. You know, Cambridge is the epicenter of drug development and discovery we have a lot of clinical trials happening right now. The families today that are diagnosed with you have a lot more options than they did just a few years ago. So we have our industry partners. We have families affected by Shannon. We have doctors and clinicians in New England. So it's it is a real celebration of of how far communities come and we're excited to to be with everyone tomorrow night. And I also understand that tomorrow some of the city's landmarks government center, and the Zakum Bunker Hill will memorial bridge will be lit up in red. In honor of this a fight against this horrific disease to Hsien. Yes. Absolutely. And we'll all be wearing red. We have red t-shirts for everybody. That's joining us at the event, we have families on social media that are sharing all of their red geared to just show collaboration on this. Global day of awareness will best of luck in our best wishes to all of these families. If folks want information this foundation is called the jet foundation. J E T T foundation. They just go to jet foundation dot org. Right. Absolutely. Yes. Jet McSherry, the young man that inspired this foundation. He's doing well today. Twenty two and you can learn all about the inspiring family at jet foundation dot org. I really appreciate it. Okay. Well, more. Thank you very much. Best of luck your best wishes to everyone there tomorrow night. If I wasn't working I'd wanna stop by. And and just give these. Folks, a word of encouragement and a folks want to learn more about the foundation, and I'm sure you have some other events which fundraisers if people want to help and support they can just go to chat foundation dot org. Thank you so much more. Thank you. Dan. Have a great night for welcome. All right. We're going to switch topics and we're going to go back to one of the topics. We talked about a little bit last night. And that is what Nike is doing Nike has made a decision Nike has made a decision that they want to in effect. I guess highlight. Welcome support acknowledge celebrate revere Colin Kaepernick now cap tonight is the first night of the football season. And by the way, we will begin playing the national anthem every Monday night because ESPN has decided not to play. Way the national anthem. We're not to show the national anthem in their Monday night football broadcasts. So we will play various versions, I know of at least two great versus will play beginning Monday night. But that's not what I'm talking about tonight. When I wanna talk about tonight is Colin Kaepernick, now, whatever your point of view is. You're welcome you more than welcome. But what I want to focus on is Nike making a mistake Nike has decided to embrace Colin Kaepernick and everything that Colin Kaepernick stands for which to me pretty simply is dishonoring. The American flag and kneeling in front in the national while the national anthem is played at a football game dishonoring veterans, and I would like to suggest to Nike, and I'm sure they've never thought of this. I would like to suggest to them that there's another great and a greater NFL play. Layer a veteran of the NFL who decided to make a real sacrifice now, you know, the the Nike slogan as as I understand that is to. If you're not willing to sacrifice Nike started off with just do it. Okay. That that was the marketing which most people understood back in the day. It was like get out there, and do it whatever your. Whatever your goal is just do it. That's what Nike was all about. Now with this new program Nike. The stock has taken a hit. And I suspect many of you. I have decided that perhaps Nike is not for you. And that maybe some of you have decided to not purchase Nike products. I know many of you have had allegiances to Nike. They have a new slogan. We will we will share that slogan with you we come back after the break, and I will explain to you why I think that Pat Tillman. Would be a much greater inheritor of everything that that slogan purports to represent that Colin Kaepernick he liked to join the conversation. We'll get it going quickly six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty your comments on cabinet. A Nike and on Pat Tillman. And if you don't know who Pat Tillman is.
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Information there and I know this asked his Anthony has about a dozen, patents, to Lookie here I see. There's a patent for promoting health reducing I fatigued there's a patent for inhibiting the expression of. Cytokines and sales and a. Patent get this. On composition for body fat reduction there's one for improving muscle atrophy and older adults. Sherry I like to be a little bit of, a skeptic here how, can, this one simple, nutrient magically, do all, of this, how can this asked to. FX give so many benefits. I mean really yeah I know it sounds amazing too, good to be true but. It really is true many, of the studies that I'm referencing here they're available on PubMed these are reputable clinical studies conducted by leading researchers around the world that, really back the benefits of Astra's Anthon by the way muscle output is better with us to Santa two. And this comes from Astra's. Anthon research published in the international journal sports nutrition. November two, thousand and, eleven, this was another study done with Cyclists. They took four milligrams of Astor's Anthon it was a small study but very. Positive. Showing that cyclist improved their trial time by, two, minutes in. A twenty kilometer bike race I mean that's a meaningful improvement in a race like this and the researchers said that they. Also burn fat more efficiently which makes sense based, on. This research purity can actually make the claim that asked the. FX will promote and improve power output in your muscles I? Mean I tell people asked to FX in strength and? Power it's, transformative? If, you like.
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Even stronger that is impressive on so many levels so much information there and I know this asked his. Anthony has about a. Dozen patents, to I'm looking here I. See, there's. A patents for promoting health. Reducing fatigue there's a patent, for inhibiting the expression of cytokines and cells. And a. Patent get this on composition for body fat reduction there's one four improving muscle atrophy. And older adults Sherry I like to be a, little bit of a skeptic, here how can, this one, simple nutrient, magically do, all of this how can. This asked affects gives us so many benefits I mean really yeah I know it, sounds amazing too good to. Be true but it really, is true many of the studies that. I'm referencing here they're available on PubMed these are reputable clinical studies conducted by leading researchers, around the, world that really backed the benefits of his aunt and by the way Muslim output is better. With us Anthony. Too and this comes from. At present the research published in the international, journal sports, nutrition November, two, thousand and eleven this was another study demos cyclists they took four milligrams zanthosyn. It was a small study but very positive showing that cyclist improved there Trial time by two minutes in a twenty. Kilometer bike race. I mean that's a meaningful improvement in a, race like. This and the researchers said that they also burn fat more efficiently which makes sense based on this research purity can actually. Make the claim, that asked FX will promote and, improve. Power output in your muscles I mean I tell people asked. To affects in strength and power it's transformative if you like? Energy and this is sound? And other studies to like. One look, at? Hand..
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on WDRC
"Profiles and more closely resembled those of thirty year olds then of the sedentary older group so according to the study active sixty five is the new thirty thirty five that's pretty cool and objectively the researchers looked at muscles and t cells t cells are key infectionfighting component of our immune systems in most people t cell function declines accelerating decade by decade but what they found in these individuals is that the output of their t cells and the number of t cells in their blood was comparable to that of young people those who exercised showed high levels of other immune cells that helped to prevent autoimmune reactions head of a hormone that prevents the famous against shrinkage the thymus is an organ located in the chest that as you age it atrophies it shrinks the cadaver that ahead in medical school was that of an eighty year old woman and we had a heck of a time when dissecting her we can find her liver we can find her lungs or heart or colon or kidneys but we took a long time to find her sinus which was really shrunken down just a tiny pistol oregon in a baby the thymus occupies a large amount of their chest and so declining immunity is a feature of aging putting these active older individuals they staved off famous shrinkage and the decline in t cells that's associated with aging also their muscles retain their size fibre composition and other markers of good health across the decades the writers who covered the most mileage each month displayed the healthiest muscles whatever their age now account yet here is there may be some reverse causation because if you're sick and tired and debilitated and maybe the president unmotivated and stressed out maybe just maybe you will abandon exercise early in life and therefore progressively become less fed and be pray all these diseases and lowered immunity and muscle atrophy but what it suggests is you can grab the ring and go for it before you reach old age perhaps during middle or late middle age you can stave off many of the features of aging and so hence that is well these are among the reasons that i personally embrace exercise and you should too our number.
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on WDRC
"An organ located in the chest that as you age it atrophies shrinks the cadaver that had in medical school was that of an eighty year old woman and we had a heck of a time when dissecting her revived her liver we can find her lungs or heart or colon or kidneys but we took a long time to find her sinus which was really shrunken down just a tiny vist digital oregon in a baby the thymus occupies a large amount of their chest and so declining immunity is a feature of aging putting these active older individuals they staved off famous shrinkage and the decline in tcells that's associated with aging also the muscles retain their size fibre composition and other markers of good health across the decades the writers who covered the most mileage each month displayed the health he's muscles whatever their age now a county at here is there maybe some reverse causation because if you're sick and tired and debilitated and maybe the president unmotivated and stressed out maybe just maybe you will abandon exercise early in life and therefore progressively become less fit and be pray all these diseases and lowered immunity and muscle atrophy but what it suggest is you can grab the ring and go for it before you reach old age perhaps during middle or late middle age you can stave off many features of aging and so hence that is well these are among the reasons that i personally embrace exercise and you should too our number eight seven seven seven two six eight to five five we'll be taking your calls momentarily we've got lots more to discuss on this weekend edition of intelligent medicine stay with.
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on Down the Hatch - The Swallowing Podcast
"If you're are linking you can't blame the eyelashes you guys didn't move attached to something supposed to move it right okay on my soapbox is getting heavy kissy or anymore she was really other effort that i wanna talk about and it's frail okay do you have any definition or do you talk about frill at all hit give me shake i hear the word i really but there is no i don't think that there is in my mind there's no clear definition of frailty you know people say all you see even like as an inclusion criteria for studies it's a frail older person i think finishing their becomes loose it's really immi feud what i see people looking at strength ability to walk and that's how they defined frail is that really what it means to be frail i it's hard right because you have to really have the whole system intact and then you can say frail some burning question is in speech with algae and dysphasia management we deal a lot with cancer patients and the word kexia gets thrown around a lot and i think that there needs to be some clarity in our field about what what that means when we term somebody as hectic because because i think sometimes it gets used anonymously with malnourished or just underweight but my understanding of kelsey as actually involves real muscle pathology that is different than just muscle atrophy and that strengthening or treatment for a patient with might look a little bit different than just somebody who is quote frail or.
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on African Tech Round-up
"The debates are on diversity is so diversity essentially get him all black thailand in tool management positions give him thailand mall fair volusia immunisation there's been a lot of employment surveys that highlight the black talent gathered immunerelated less that many functional issues that i in this system so one of their or one of the biggest the responsibilities of leadership in this day and age is to make that transition and according the wild attaining diversity is not about debt getting black talent than position in black talent at all costs it's about how you create shed vague for everybody at the table and sort of level the playing field so very big conversation to have and i always like to also have honest conversations i think that part of what frustrates a a lot of people in organizations is leaders that don't have honest conversations in one representing where the company's at tula present in the relationship that the company has with the individual employee and just putting it out there so that you are both at the same thinking a level in order to find solutions and am because wellpaid him from south africa and it's called one of the most highly regulated lebai environments we always have a very difficult time balancing their honest the vessels that regulation touted enviroment and so it is where we at and so one more question in this vein before the lost one regarding platform and and you're thinking or on that so i want you to take a moment and think about the worst leader you had to work for all work with and when she put have their picture that person in your mind muscle atrophy and now i want you to address them like what would you most want them to know just imagine the here now sitting way i'm sitting in front of you what would you most wanted them to know so i'm i'm i'm vetted beyond that question her uh what's that name the mid same them look i mean we get would get would get lessons guys will get lessons but i'm not sure be so good for you look uh but the the.
"muscle atrophy" Discussed on FM NewsTalk
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"To get back on the field a an immense to save the season i'll be very interesting to see what happens when the packers give to their final weaken where they stand of the standings them you know that that will be an interesting discussion at that time but as for now it seems like he's kind of have playing a close to the vesti righty just kind of hass do you have to believe that it could be a factor is not gonna come back before he's ready i think we all agree on that but if the packers need to win that last week to get in the playoffs verses if there three games out with no chance to get in that very well could play some factor in whether or not he gets on the field don't you think well i think it did a couple of years ago right at when the outcome of on the first time now the difference is that was the other side of his body being on the falling side do you gotta think about muscle atrophy and things like that just because the bone is it would structurally sound it doesn't mean that his arm strength is going to be work needs to be so it'll another aspect of this that could make the timetable a little bit longer you know he could based on his time that he was put on i are come back in time for week fifteen which would mean there would be two two games left yes they'll james last december and some around will be the game against the panthers unless like brett humbly so he's at two weeks in green bay he stayed behind you worked with the coach e but worked on things he is clearly the guy for the next couple of months here what should we expect to see differently from brett humbly than we've seen the first couple of shots here yeah i hope you see an offense that it has had multiple weeks to prepare therefore the opponent di i felt like going into bed saints gained more if you could steal one here that'd be great and i just get into the.
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"Says i've been working to build on my skills among those skills administering anesthesia for surgery and has come komorowski found when he started looking at literature on space madison that might be more helpful than at sounds of all the concerns about astronauts safety and health traumatic injuries the one that worries people the most it has the biggest potential impact on a mission and worse it's the one people know least about in part that's because it's never happened i mean right over the decades apollo near russia's mir the skylab how about space shuttles how about the international space station missions astronauts have add certainly medical problems of course there's been some catastrophes some death couple space shuttles blowing up by reference but no astrounauts ever actually had major injury or needed surgery in space now if humans ever venture pass low earth orbit outwards like let's say going the mars or the moon someone is going to get hurt him and that's what people think a two thousand two european space agency report put the chances of a bad medical problem on a space mission at point zero six per person so worst case someone goes outside the spacecraft to fix something heavy it gets away from them crushes an arm or leg they astronaut gets exposed two vacuum makes it back inside the hydrated partially frozen bleeding heavily in shock what happens next routes gonna depend on what the crew can do in that orbit or in an interplanetary space mission what kind of gear is on board now nasa doesn't seem headed for mars anytime soon granted but people like elon musk are making noises about missions as early as the end of this decade at the international astronomical conference in guadalajara last september must ascribe plans from mars mission that seem to now be delayed or scale back a little bit but it just something to think about space surgery even if you managed to stave off killer radiation is still have to worry about muscle atrophy and bones getting less dense and more breakable and weightlessness dejan all that not to mention the.