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"nature microbiology" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Some buildings reportedly were burned, but nothing has been confirmed. Thousands of SD Jeannie customers in the North County could see power outages this week as we will have dangerous fire, whether returning to San Diego SDG and eat. It's notified more than 21,000 customers. It may have to shut off power to reduce wildfire risk today and tomorrow. SDG, and he sent notifications by phone, text messages and emails. The customer Saturday and the Fallbrook Branch library has been turned into an S. D G Community Resource center. The international medical community once again sounding the alarm about the spread of the Corona virus, Jonathan Serrie has the latest as the World Health Summit meets online this week. U N Secretary General Antonio Guterres warns the covert 19 pandemic is the greatest crisis of our age cases are still rising. And new spikes and waves are occurring in places that had suppressed the vitals. For many months, The journal Nature Microbiology published a study suggesting covert 19 patients with severe symptoms generate a stronger and longer lasting immune response than those with milder cases. The authors say their findings may suggest that vaccine boosters will be required. To provide long lasting protection. Mexican health officials say there were more than 193,000 excess deaths in the country through September. 26th due to the pandemic. As of September 26th. It was greater than the nearly 100 for 1000 that was previously reported. Officials say many people did not get tested or their tests or mishandled. White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows is defending the decision to let vice President Pence continuous duties despite five close advisers coming down with Corona virus. Well, actually, he's not just campaign he's working. He insists Spence is wearing a mask and practicing social distancing. However, the White House has pence will keep going on with his schedule and is considered an essential worker. Coco News time 11 02. Let's get the latest on your real time traffic..

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"You by anchor funding dot net president Trump will likely have his third Supreme Court nominee confirmed by the end of today. Jarod Halpern has Mohr Republicans overcame a filibuster attempt, setting up a confirmation vote on a third Supreme Court justice nominated by President Trump this evening, something majority leader Mitch McConnell says his fellow Republicans should be proud about. We made an important contribution. The future of this country. Democrats have opposed every step are doing Amy Cockney Barrett should not be confirmed so close to an election. There is no precedent none. For what is going on here. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is also raising concerns with plans for Vice President Mike Pence to preside over the confirmation vote, despite members of his staff testing positive for covert 19. The international medical community is once again sounding the alarm about the spread of Corona virus. Jonathan Serrie reports as the World Health Summit meets online this week, U N Secretary General Antonio Guterres warns the covert 19 pandemic is the greatest crisis of our age cases are still rising. And new spikes and waves are occurring in places that had suppressed the vitals. For many months, The journal Nature Microbiology published a study suggesting covert 19 patients with severe symptoms generate a stronger and longer lasting immune response than those with milder cases. The authors say their findings may suggest that vaccine boosters will be required. To provide long lasting protection. The Corona virus continues to impact the Trump administration as well. NBC's Kristen Welker report concerns of another Corona virus outbreak at the White House after five vice President Mike Pence's associates, including his chief of staff test positive for covert 19, the vice president campaigning in North Carolina, a move defended by White House officials, who called him an essential worker. Vice president. Second Lady Karen Pence have tested negative state of California Corona virus guidelines will be in play is more students return to campus over the next few weeks. State guidelines for K through 12 students say if 5% of students, teachers or staff at a single school test positive that school move online for two weeks, and if 25% of schools in a single district Or moved back to virtual learning. Overall, the whole district will follow suit for 14 Days recommends that superintendents are principles when they're looking at cases in classes where there are close contacts that are likely to have occurred between our among students or the teacher there that they would shift to distance learning as well until 14 days after the last date of contact at the school with an individual who test positive for cocaine. 19 music Watson, chief of staff of the county Office of Education, saying theirjob Kalyan level is to help local schools with guidelines mistake. It is more campus locations open back up. Jack Cronin NEWS San Diego Unified facing Mohr protest ng parents who are calling out the district on its reopening plan..

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on WCPT 820

"NBC News radio. I'm Jim for President. Trump's former lawyer says he believes the president will do whatever it takes to win reelection of Donald Trump will do anything and everything within which to win, and I believe that includes Um Manipulating the ballots. I believe that he would even go so far as to start a war going, said he believed his former client would even go as far as to manipulate the ballots. Carla Harris won't say whether she would get a cove it 19 vaccine. Even if it was released ahead of the presidential election. The Democratic vice presidential candidate says she wouldn't trust President Trump's word that a vaccine was safe and effective. Harris told CNN today it would have to be from a credible source of information. But health officials, Alex Cesar told CBS this morning. The decisions around the vaccine will be driven by the standards of science and evidence and the FDA is gold standards. Three potential vaccines are currently in late stage trials. A federal judge is blocking the Trump administration's efforts to wind down in person counting for the 2020 census. Matt Matt Johnson has the very latest. U. S. District Judge Lucy Coe issued a temporary restraining order Saturday after challenges led by the National Urban League. A hearing is scheduled for September. 17th. The Census Bureau was planning to stop in person counting on September 30th. It was originally scheduled to stop on October 31st because of delays caused by the pandemic. Challengers fear Without the extra time it will be unlikely the census will be accurate. And the White House is doing away with racial sensitivity training and the federal government announced Saturday, President Trump decided to save millions of dollars in funding used for training on white privilege or critical race theory. President says his administration is fully committed to the fair treatment of all Americans. This is the latest from NBC News Radio. Jonah Sposito Live local and progressive on 8:20 A.M.. W. CPT Willow Springs is powered by Com. Ed. Explore your solar options at comment dot com slash solar. Where is how sparks? I'm not sure where he is now, but I know where you can find them Saturdays at 11. It'll be right here under the new C P T a 20 for the hell Sparks radio program Mega worldwide. We radio in a tablespoon of seawater there typically more viruses than there are people in Europe. 2011 paper, published in Nature Microbiology estimated that there are more than one quintillion viruses on Earth laid them all end to end and they'd stretch 100 million light years or 1000 times the breadth of the Milky Way. Think theory radio with Damian for Do Saturdays at 6 P.m. You, cpt. 20. This's your time. Maybe you didn't choose this. But you're here now you're gonna go out there. Being all star caregiver. It's up to you. So what are you gonna do?.

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:59 min | 6 months ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on WCPT 820

"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is not on board with the latest proposal from the White House than a new Corona virus relief package. She claimed the $1.3 trillion proposal falls short of what Americans need during the pandemic. White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows indicated President Trump was willing to sign it. Pelosi says she's sticking to her demand of a bill that totals over two trillion. Both parties have been unable to come to an agreement on more stimulus after House Democrats passed the Heroes Act. Back in May. Nevada Senator Jackie Rosen is demanding answers from Postmaster General Lloyd to joy. In the weekly Democratic address, Rosen added She and her colleagues want operational changes to be reversed. Rosen explained how the joy declined to justify the destruction he's caused. The lawmaker noted All the letter she's received from her constituents were upset. Over the USPS. That includes a veteran who receives his medications in the mail and any destruction, he says, and receiving them puts his health at risk. President Trump is calling out the big 10 to play college football this fall, but I want football back. I've been calling for football to be back, including big 10, Big 10 get with it open up the season Big 10 On Friday, he told supporters in New Hampshire that the big and strong student athletes will not be affected by the Corona virus. Big 10 and Pac 12 postponed their false seasons earlier this month. Well, the SEC A CC and big 12 are on track to play. And Disney is bringing back its haunted mansion to the big screen. A movie based on the popular ride came out in 2003 with Eddie Murphy. Now a new film is in the works for anyone who doesn't know the attraction takes guests inside a spooky and creepy manner. To meet the ghosts who lived there. Disney has made other movies out of its rides like Pirates of the Caribbean, and one based on the Jungle Cruise comes out next summer with Dwayne Johnson. You're listening to the latest condos for impressive 20 Am. CPT, Willow Springs and online 20 dot com Where facts matter actions of Trump Presidency revealed dishonorable of presidents, betrayal, but his oath of office of our national security Trail of the integrity of our elections. Therefore, I'm announcing the House of Representatives moving forward with an official impeachment. You're listening to W c 8 20 because facts matter radio in a tablespoon of seawater there typically more viruses than there are people in Europe. 2011 paper, published in Nature Microbiology estimated that there are more than one quintillion viruses on Earth laid them all end to end and they'd stretch 100 million light. Years or 1000 times the breadth of the Milky Way. Think theory Radio with Damian for Do Saturdays at 6 P.m. You cpt 8 20 veteran who served all shore of the Republic of Vietnam between 1962 in.

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:40 min | 7 months ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"You make the most of the stop. You need to make a sea full terms and conditions that fuel rewards dot com. Wins news time, 7 15 Scientists say the current form of Corona virus spreading throughout the globe may have close relatives that have not yet been discovered, and those relatives could potentially create new pandemics down the road. Oh, thank you. Science, the new research published today in the journal Nature Microbiology, so is that the current strain of the virus is different from versions, which circulated in bats between 40 and 70 years ago. Seoul It stands to reason that new versions will form in the future. Whether that means a new pandemic in 2025 or 2075. Nobody knows the researchers say. Nobody can really be for sure in that special Tele Fran. Thank you. Science. Federal judge. There's New York ST must pay unemployment benefits to uber and lift drivers after what she calls an inexcusable delay the driver's file suit back in May, claiming they were being forced to wait months and months for payments if they came in at all, even though other workers were getting their money within a couple of weeks. State claim that it was uber and lives fall, saying that they were withholding information, making it impossible to determine how much drivers were owed. Ravi Desai with New York Taxi Workers Alliance is today's ruling sends a message to those companies as well for and lived and all those companies listening like game over. You don't get to keep doing this to our people and full notice. You know, we've been fighting you at every stuff. We're just now getting even bolder to keep fighting you. Uber says it did provide all the necessary data lift had no comment tonight. No, This is not what federal relief money was supposed to be for a Florida man arrested for allegedly taking money. Listen to this. He got this money from the payment protection program. Using it to buy a $318,000 Lamborghini. No, he did that. Yes, you do. He also went on a shopping spree at luxury stores in Miami. The Justice Department, says David Hines of Miami now charged with bank fraud, making false statements and other crimes authorities that he got nearly four million bucks in loans, which was intended for small business owners struggling during the pandemic. But apparently his only struggle involved whether to get the Lambo or the Bentley coupe. He's in jail now. Well, yesterday, the drugmaker Moderna begin the final phase of human testing on a potential corona virus vaccine. Today, they're released results of a study on one of our closest biological cousins correspondent Mark from a large study in recess Macaws had researchers give the monkeys two doses of the vaccine candidate and then exposed them to covert 19. Researchers say the monkeys that received the vaccine were found to have neutralizing antibodies at levels above those found in people who had survived cove in 19 it all So found that 87% of the vaccinated monkeys had no trace of the virus replicating in the lungs just two days after being exposed to the disease, while Macaws that received placebo doses continued tohave, the virus spread in their bodies. Results of the human trials are expected later this year. Back in a moment wins news time, 7 18 and now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready. Go. Hey, um Yes, we should talk about something. How's the Vermicelli game in your town. Got any good Vietnamese restaurants? Vermicelli. Oh, it's a noodle. Very good drivers who switched to progressive to say big. Okay, you win. We can't help but safe customers..

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Not good for the teacher's not good for the staff is not good for our families is not good for our community. The principal wrote that he to be lying if he told students and staff they would be safe if they returned to school with Corona virus cases. Surgeon Jim Chrysalis CBS NEWS We're learning more about the true origins of the Koven 19 outbreak. Forget the stories you've heard about the Corona virus originating in a lab in Wuhan, China, a new study says. It's not true and has instead Held in bats for years, published in the journal Nature Microbiology. Researchers claim close relatives of the virus behind covert 19 likely circulated undetected in the animals from the 19 sixties or seventies, but they're still not sure how it first spread to humans, least. MATTEO CBS News The viral pandemic has taken a massive toll on global travel. The U. N says international tourism revenues dropped $320 billion since January. There was a 98% drop in May compared to last year. The World Tourism Organization says the losses are three times those of the 2009 economic crisis, and that's putting the lively hoods of millions at risk. CAMI McCormick CBS News the Pentagon There's a possible break in the case of a British three year old who vanished 13 years ago. German police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have been digging up a garden plot near Hanover in connection with their probe, Madeleine disappeared from a holiday apartment in Portugal. 2007. Last month, a German convicted sex offender and burglar named only it's Christian be was identified as the chief suspect, among other things, he'd been living in the area at the time. British police are still treating this as a missing persons case. The German police say their shore Madeleine is dead. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London If you're among the many still working, remotely ask.

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:35 min | 7 months ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"$1 million in damage. Officials say 14 vehicles were a total loss because of fire damage, Seven are still being repaired and the rest have been returned to service. It has been months since the world began suffering from the Corona virus, but researchers say it's been circling above us. For decades. Encapsulated in rodents that fly here, CBS news correspondent Lisa Matteo Forget the stories you've heard about the Corona virus originating in a lab in Wuhan, China, a new study says it's not true and has instead been held in bats for years, published in the journal Nature Microbiology. Researchers claim close relatives of the virus behind covert 19 likely circulated undetected in the animals from the 19 sixties or seventies, but they're still not sure how it first spread to humans, least. Matteo CBS News The chain smokers are in trouble with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Their charity concert over the weekend in the Hamptons was supposed to be a safe fun drive in music experience. But the video that's circulating on social media shows thousands of people outside their cars of the concert standing close to each other. No masks, no precautions. Cuomo says he's appalled by the illegal endangerment of public health. Ticket prices range from $850 to $25,000 for that concert. And now the Health Department is investigating a national restaurant chain, launching a recruiting campaign to fill 600 positions across Michigan. Open interviews. Start today at an Applebee's near you and the best part, they say is you get some free food out of it. The chain says it's launching an apse for APS program. In which applicants get a voucher for free spinach and artichoke dip or mozzarella sticks. Scientists in the UK have discovered something living off the coast of Scotland that dates back 16,000 years to the last ice age. It's kelp they have founded in 14 areas across the North Atlantic. They're studying it and hoping that discovery could help show how marine plant life survives extreme changes in climate W W. J News time is now 9 53 We're going to check in with that, Corey. We'll get a cheque of business news and the moments ahead. Meet Chuck. Now meet Chuck's personal information. Hello, made up of things like account Loggins Bank info and Chuck Social Security number. Whenever Chuck's shops, banks and browses online his info travels all over the World Bulls you.

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:43 min | 7 months ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"W W J. Good morning. Thank you for joining us. I'm Roberta just saying it on Tom Jordan. These are the top stories at 7 50 The Royal Oak City Commission has approved an ordinance for recreational marijuana sales, however. If it comes with some conditions, retailers and micro businesses cannot operate within 1000 feet of an existing school or any other retailer. The ordinance would allow businesses to set up shop along Woodward Avenue. They will be able to get licensed on August the 15th oversees a covert warning extended to the animal spirits are being warned not to kiss their pets. This after a cat became the first domesticated animal in Britain to be diagnosed with covert 19 transmitted, it appears by its over affectionate owner. That CBS correspondent Vicki Barker in London. It's been one since the world began suffering from that Corona virus, But researchers say it's been circling above us for decades is CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo. Forget the stories you've heard about the Corona virus originating in a lab in Mu Han China, a new study says. It's not true and has instead been held in bats for years, published in the journal Nature Microbiology. Researchers claim close relatives of the virus behind covert 19 likely circulated undetected and the animals from the 19 sixties or seventies. But they're still not sure how it first spread to humans, least. Matteo CBS News, U. S News and World Report is out with its list of America's best hospitals, and they say for cancer treatment. These are the top five in the US number one. University of Texas Anderson Cancer Center Sloan Kettering in New York is number to the Mayo Clinic is third, followed by Johns Hopkins and the Cleveland Clinic Rounds out the top five for treating cancer in adults. Metro Detroit school districts are planning for a possible return to class this fall, with some changes in place to contain the spread of the Corona virus. In Livonia district officials held an online meeting with parents to go over some of the guidelines that would be enforced in place film. Francis is the director of Operation Morning Public schools will be having all students. From elementary up through secondary and our post secondary students in masks in the classrooms, common areas in all of you at all areas other than of course, when, when eating Their meals. France. Francis also says that hygiene is a key part to keeping students healthy, which the district will reinforce with signs and hand sanitizing stations spread out across the different buildings. Michigan has a brand new teenage millionaire, a 19 year old has won a $1,000,000 in the Michigan lotteries. Millionaire maker Instant game, The guy says he scratched the ticket in the store couldn't believe what he was saying. And he says he tried to call his mom about 90 times before he got through to her. The young man is from runaway County and bought the ticket at Lowery Grocery. And Adrian. Hey, we want to remind you about this because state officials say that if you've received this a package from China lately, chances are it could be part of a scam. The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is joining other departments across the country in warning residents about this issue know some people say they've received packages containing seeds from China without paying for them. They just came in the mail. Officials say it's a scam to boost the Chinese vendors sails they say to not plant the seeds because they could produce invasive species. Now trending on instagram. Many women, including celebrities are posting black and white photos of themselves. More than three million of these photos have been uploaded the last several days with the Hashtagged challenge accepted. Users say it's part of a campaign about women supporting other women. Khloe Kardashian posted one with a message that read toe all my Queen's. Let's spread Love and Remember to Be a little kinder to one another. We're going to check in with that, Cory, we gotta look at business news and the moments ahead, Meet Chuck. Now meet Chuck's personal information. Hello, made up of things like account Loggins Bank info and Chuck Social Security number. Whenever Chuck's shops, banks and browses online his info travels all over the World Bulls you breathe yet exposing it to cyber threats. Well, that's no good. So how is Chuck able to sleep? Because he knows Norton and Lifelock are now part of one company. Norton, 3 60 with Lifelock provides an all in one membership.

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:11 min | 8 months ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Mueller has his say clothing workers, Kovach told In a rare move, former special counsel Robert Mueller wrote in bed piece in The Washington Post defending his offices, prosecution of President Trump's ally and friend Roger Stone and the editorial published Saturday, former special counsel Robert Mueller Wright's Roger Stone was prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crimes. And that he remains a convicted felon and rightly so. Despite President Trump's decision to commute his prison sentence, Mueller notes that Stone's conviction on seven counts remains. Computation by President Trump on Friday just means he won't have to go to jail. It's molars for Miss defense of the two year Russia investigation carries. Shoemaker Washington, The CDC says as many as 40% of people who have Corona virus have no symptoms. Florida's governor says For now, it will not be moving on to the next phase of re opening. Los Angeles County Public health officials ordered the continued closure of Ellie of perils, clothing manufacturing facilities after the death of four workers and more than 300 confirmed Corona virus cases among employees. Correspondent Paul Vercammen says the owner of the company is fighting for his brand apparel was put back together by what was American apparel and basically, the county health department has come down hard. Saying that they were violating so many rules, the county health director, saying these were flagrant violations at L. A apparel and the county health director says it's the responsibility of the company to ensure the safety of its workers. Businesses and beach communities in mountain getaways up and down the East Coast, worried about a shortage of workers this summer season. The concern comes after the Trump administration announced last month it was extending a ban on green cards and adding many temporary visas to the freeze. Chicago's Progressive Cock, 20 A. M. Willow Springs and online wcpo, a 20 dot com where facts matter. This isn't about politics. This isn't about prejudice or passionate prejudgment or anything. It's about the presentation of the facts. It's about preserving our Constitution about patriotism. That is what this is a 20 where facts matter very real in a tablespoon of seawater there typically more viruses than there are people in Europe 2011 paper published in Nature microbiology. I did that There are more than one quintillion viruses on Earth laid them all end to end and they'd stretch 100 million light years or 1000 times the breadth of the Milky Way. Think Theory. Radio with Damian Purdue Saturdays at 6 p.m. You cpt, a 20 Hi, everybody. I'm Kristin Chenowith. Our servicemen and women return from war. They often carry wounds that the rest of us cannot see to one in five veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan..

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Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes

60-Second Science

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes

"Our microbiomes. The tiny organisms UNISOM that live on us in Innis can influence our health and a recent study looked microbiome composition diversity depending on where and how we live given the same latitude and climate across South America. We found a gradient over bunny stations from a jungle houses hats off. Marion people leaving traditional lifestyles. All the way to a modern CD Lake Manas was the differences in microbes from our houses and from our a skin and differences in exposure to chemicals. Microbiologist Maria Gloria Dominguez Peyot from Rutgers University. She and her colleagues collected samples from people pets pets and spaces in homes like the kitchen bathroom and bedrooms. They analyzed bacteria. Fungi parasites chemicals and they found two trends As you go from the rainforest to a farm to a town to the city of House with increasing using population density we are exposed to a higher diversity of fungi. We carry more diversity of fungi in our skin. Hey Buddy nowhere got. We lose microbial diversity. The study is in the journal Nature Microbiology. Urban homes US more more chemical cleaners than do rural or rainforest homes and they're more likely to be built out of synthetic materials so city residents are burdened with more chemicals including including metabolites of cleaners detergents paints in and on their bodies. In addition the microbes of urban dwellers are far more like each other than they are like the more healthful mix found in the rainforest. Domingos Baeau thinks one reason is that we are two isolated from natural landscapes. We have grown culturally very anti anti dirt. We we call dirt there at the end. You know we call the soil dirt and that already has a connotation of undesirable they are bowl perhaps city living could be a bit healthier with fewer chemicals from cleansers and more microbes from what gets

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Medical notes this week a lot of people try to save up to retire early but a new study shows that early retirement can speed up cognitive decline the study from being intern university state university of New York from the same thing in both the United States and China among people over age forty five early retirement led to a decline in cognitive performance especially in delayed recall and especially in women researchers say the results appear to bear out the old adage about the brain use it or lose it if your skin is chronically itchy you're much more likely to be depressed and even suicidal a study in the journal of investigative dermatology shows that people with conditions such as eczema the topic to retire distance arises are often made miserable by a check those with its were more than twice as likely to be depressed and nearly twice as likely to have suicidal thoughts as control subjects without those conditions researchers have surveyed fungus contamination of city apartments and compare them to huts in the Peruvian jungle and the phone the jungle huts are much more healthy the study in the journal nature microbiology shows that fungi are much more diverse and more numerous in urban homes and on the bodies of urban dwellers then in the jungle even though city apartment dwellers clean and disinfect much more often researchers say it could be that all those fungi have become resistant to cleaning products and grow more easily where there's less fresh air and sunlight if you're a fast Walker in middle aged may indicate your not aging as quickly as others a study in the journal Johnny network open shows that the walking speed of people at age forty five is a good indicator of how quickly aging is taking place in the brain and body doctors have long known this about people in their seventies and eighties but it's the first time the aging of much younger people has been accurately predicted simply by how fast they're walking and finally they say that failure is a great teacher but it turns out that success is an even better one in a series of lab experiments people consistently learned less from failing a task been succeeding at it researchers say it's a matter of self esteem people to now because failure doesn't feel good and that's medical notes this week more in a moment family is big around.

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Could Science Create a Better Blood Supply?

BrainStuff

05:48 min | 1 year ago

Could Science Create a Better Blood Supply?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels the rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and Redeemer Miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your Wallet Credit Approval Required Capital One Bank USA NA welcome to brainstorm production of iheartradio hey brain stuff lauren. Vogel bomb here for years scientists have been toiling away in laboratories trying to make blood better or maybe more accurately better for more people that's one of the things at the withers research group at the University of British Columbia is working on pretty much every day you may know the basics of blood types humans have various kinds if you need a transfusion say you're injured in an accident or you're in the operating room awaiting some procedure you need the right type of blood either A. B. Ab or Oh oh and either positive or negative you need either your exact blood type or type o-negative which is considered universal and acceptable by all according to the American Red Cross blood transfusions needed every two seconds in the United States and every year four point five million lives are saved by safe transfusions so so type O is in high demand and in short supply so scientists have been fiddling with waste convert type A blood into type oh that would solve a lot of supply and demand and problems and they're getting closer every day for more than four years the withers lab on the Vancouver campus of ub see has been just science in the heck out of the challenge researchers there have been experimenting with different approaches to Strip certain sugar molecules from the surface of type a red blood cells effectively turning the cells into type oh which do not contain those sugar molecules these molecules antigens are what makes transfusions of different types of blood problematic type-b type-b blood for example contains antibodies that will attack those sugars on type a blood cells if the bloods mix and vice versa but having no I antigens type O blood is not attacked by other blood types antibodies which is why Typo is in such great demand the answer to ridding type ABE lot out of its antigens I proposed and demonstrated in the nineteen eighties was to use an enzyme that would in effect eat those sugars withers and his team building on that were searching for a better enzyme they turned inward in a manner of speaking they turned ultimately to the Human Gut withers explained planed what you're doing is you're essentially choosing an environment likely to contain enzymes to do the job you want and then you try to isolate your jeans and ultimately your enzymes from that environment one of the key steps is in my mind is actually choosing your environment in the first place is it going to be a bunch of soil some ocean water what's it going going to be withers and his group considered places where blood and bacteria would come in contact say in mosquitoes or vampire bats or leeches wither said but the complication is that it's only primates that is apes and ourselves that have the Abo blood system so mosquitos etc would have to be feeding on human blood and none of my graduate students seemed keen to volunteer the researcher settled on the human got the gastrointestinal walls where bacteria have been found to feed on similar sugars the theory was that they could take human DNA from a stool sample and isolate the genes that encode the bacteria to do who their sugar eating thing in the gut then they could see if that bacteria would do the job on the sugar on type a blood cells and fortunately for them human poop is in relatively tim great abundance after screening cataloging and sequencing the DNA the researchers finally found combination of enzymes that worked which effectively stripped stripped the sugars from type a blood their findings were announced in June of two thousand nineteen in the journal Nature Microbiology Post Doc Student Peter Raphael the lead the author on the paper said in a release this will really drive forward the option for blood banks to manage the blood supply as soon as we can be sure it's safe testing to establish that the enzymes don't strip the blood of anything else and the enzymes get all of the antigens from the surface of Taipei blood cells continues wither said definitely the research is still ongoing one part is doing all these things on safety the other part is trying to look further to see if there's even better enzymes and also to lookout for better enzymes for converting be type blood we focused on a because that's the most challenging one before and partly because there are reasonable enzymes for be the weather's group also is perfecting new methods of screening DNA at a smaller volume of it maybe soon could help make blood shortages a thing of the past today's episode was written by John Donovan and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's how stuff works for more in this month of other bloody awesome topics visit our home planet has stuff works dot com and from podcast my heart radio is the die heart radio. 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"nature microbiology" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Of environment so bad the fittest essentially exactly so that they are the fittest in this type of environment these strains that are spreading between people would would that suggest that perhaps hygiene or infection control. Maybe partly ecause yes exactly so the finding hit suggests improving infection infection control hygiene measures more carefully monitoring patience when they get referred from one hospital to another. Those sorts of measures could have a key impact. I should emphasize that the number of infections with these very resistant types of bacteria are still very low. How long does it take before you would be sure that somebody has a carbon pem resistant strain of this type of infection infection so typically it would take a hospital probably a few days from taking a sample from a patient and then getting a result back from the lab. That really is a goal within the community is for the development of rapid tests but instead of taking days we could get a result within hours and it could be that whole genome sequencing will play a major role here but at the moment we still need to grow the bacteria in a lab. That's really the major limiting limiting factor before we can then go and do d._n._a. Sequencing in terms of immediate implications as the infection control side of things. We need more antibiotics. I guess asked new ones coming through the pipeline longer term. Could you envisage a situation where a hospital already aware of the top five antibiotic resistant assistant strains to watch out for any given week for example yes exactly so instead of just being a small number of sequencing hopes as there are at the moment i ryan visit these being much more widespread and indeed hospitals being able to undertake their own sequencing and analysis. Yes indeed they will be aware of the circulating relating strains in that area and will then be able to for example flag up new straightens that they haven't seen before so there is still work to be done and in order to get to that point. Let's hope we get there soon. Severe david from the wellcome sanger institute and the study was published in nature microbiology now from the joys of freshly baked bread to the lows of burning plastics us humans get a lot from our sense of smell but other animals like dogs rely on the news is is so much more so why might that be and why did we evolve to house. The news is we do we'll new research and science. Advances sheds some light on those questions uh-huh and darren logan from the waltham centre for pet nutrition joins us in the studio to chat about it so darren that freshly baked bread. How does that smell get from the environment up into my brain me to recognize it as a delicious costs on or loaf of bread or sense of smell is essentially a chemical sense so the volatile 's that's coming off the freshly baked bread into the atmosphere is what we're sensing through our sense of smell now and every time you take a deep breath in the volatile rush through your nose and hit these molecular receptors on the surface of your nose and called factory factory receptors and they exist factory sensory neurons in human knows we have about three hundred different types of these neurons and each one takes a different combination of small molecules and it's the combination the pattern of loose together that your brain interprets is the smell of this case freshly baked bread. Three hundred doesn't doesn't sound like an awful lot. So how did we end up with the incredible amount of smells that we're able to recognize so that is the sort of the real trick avail factory system so so it's due to something called combinatorial coding so each receptor each of the three hundred receptors can detect a combination of different molecules and each molecule can activate a combination of different receptors.

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"And I'll tell you what that will do for you after Jack. And I have a conversation, let's start with depression, and how it how it develops because you're not only look cover Proctor, but you're gaps practitioner. You're looking at it from that angle. It would appear. Well, it is, and being gaps gut, and psychology syndromes, what the gap stands for figure forbidden, Dr dot com and search caps. She'll get a ton of information on this, and it's the relationship between the health of the gut, and the health of the brain. And in a study that was just recently published in nature microbiology. These researchers were looking at the poop of more than a thousand people who were enrolled in this Flemish, gut flora project, and a lot of the aspects of medical expiration right now is moving towards the gut. Finally, you know, twenty four hundred years ago, Hippocrates understood this, but they've known for some time that the intestine has a nervous system of its own because your intent hard does. Well, yes. And the way the nervous system works. In connection with the gut is based on the health of the gut, and the health of the gut is based on how we treat it by what we eat. And what we might not be eating, and there's very similar neuro transmitters manufactured in the gut that find its way to the brain. And when there's problems with the gut it, we call that gut this bios. In other words, the bios the biotic the life aspect of the cut is somehow disaffected. It will definitely affect the brain in this study showed that people who were suffering from depression, had persistent low levels of certain types of gut bacteria over a thousand people is more than just an indication. It's a good trend. So it comes back around the healthier, the gut, the healthier, the brain, wonderful to understand how the gut works from your perspective, is somebody who is an expert in this area..

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You with people who are experts when it comes to your health and wellbeing that tradition continues. Dr Ken Cronos his here with us. We are going through the list of things that he studied this week in the journals. There are lots of informa- there always are every week a ton of things that come out that have been studied and things that will affect your health can reviews and of synthesizes for us. So we continue his expertise is in cardiology. And we all know that good health. You've got to have a good strong hard, obviously to be healthy. But all health begins in your gut. The gaps practitioners that are always making you think about what's in your gut. There's a new study that added to this in a particular way, Ken how important digestive bacteria in your gut are to your mental health your feelings about yourself. I guess yeah. This is all about the microbiome this whole new air. Area of the body of these bacteria. Billions of them that we all need to survive and be healthy. This comes out at nature microbiology this week Doug bacteria in the gut. They may affect our mental wellbeing and could be linked to depression, a wide range of gut bacteria can actually produce chemicals that significantly impact the brain, including micro-organisms linked positively or negatively to mental health. So what do you think the connection is it just blood flow? What is it about the bacteria because the bacteria, and they get pretty much stay in the good stuff, bad stuff? It stays in the guy doesn't travel through your system until its digestion and the body. This is an amazing. This would have been worth the admission to go to medical school. Find out seriously. How the food that we eat goes through the process of becoming nurturing and into the blood because the food the energy the the. The mineral the vitamins, whatever all the proteins have to be digested. And then assimilated into the system through the blood exactly how it happens is a miracle isn't even a strong enough word for it. Is it exactly and these bacteria, secrete chemicals, and it does flow then from head to toe through the body affecting spots in the body you far away from the gut, and that's the amazing thing about this. And as you suggesting in another story that comes out this week in psychosomatic medicine, there is a link here to all of it. Because what we eat does affect the whole process, including the bacteria in our gut because we learned that a healthful diet can significantly reduce symptoms of depression and meals high in vegetables and fiber key dietary interventions that eased depression, they include weight loss diets fat, reducing diets. And nutrient rich diets, and this all must integrate mix up between the bacteria in the gut. And also, these chemicals produced an additional chemicals from the actual foods that we eat then interfere and interact and help our minds work better. It's another example if you will in other urging from us create eat, well, so that you don't get depressed. He all that fat and stuff that gets into your body that really is plug up your brain. That's depressing ended up itself. I did a study on veterans don't to eat meat. So I did a study on where to get protein. And it's amazing. The green vegetables, broccoli and green beans and corn some of the fiber stuff. How good it is for you in terms of protein. Exactly. That's your your reconfirming. This study, right. Exactly. I we we're both are saying, exactly. Today Kerry, Dr Doug here with a mega..

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Ken Kronos, his here with this. We are going through the list of things that he studied this week in the journals. There are lots of informa-. They're always every week a ton of things that come out that have been studied and things that will affect your health at can reviews and in two synthesizes for us. So we continue his expertise is in cardiology. And we all know that good health. You gotta have a good strong hard, obviously to be healthy. But all health begins in your gut. The gaps practitioners that are always making you think about what's in your gut. There was a new study that added to this in a particular way, Ken how important digestive bacteria in your gut are to your mental health your. Feelings about yourself. I guess yeah. Is all about the micro bio this whole new area of the body of these bacteria? Billions of them that we all need to survive and be healthy. This comes out at nature microbiology this week Doug bacteria in the gut. They may affect our mental wellbeing and could be linked to depression, a wide range of gut bacteria can actually produce chemicals that significantly impact the brain, including micro-organisms linked positively or negatively to mental health. Yep. So what do you think the connection is it just blood flow? What is it about the bacteria, the bacteria in the gut pretty much stay in the gut? Good stuff, bad stuff. It stays in the gut doesn't travel through your system until its digestion and the body. This is an amazing Abbott. This would've been worth the admission to go to medical school. Find out real seriously. How the food that we eat goes through the process of the. Coming nurturing in into the blood because it the food the energy, the the the mineral the vitamins, whatever all the proteins have to be digested. And then assimilated into the system through the blood exactly how it happens is a miracle isn't even a strong enough word for it isn't exactly and these bacteria secrete, their chemicals, and it does flow then from head to toe through the body affecting spots in the body far away from the gut, and that's the amazing thing about this. And as you're suggesting in another story that comes out this week and psychosomatic medicine there is a link here to all of it. Because what we eat does affect the whole process, including the bacteria in our gut because we learned that a healthful diet can significantly reduce symptoms of depression and meals high and vegetables and fiber key dietary intervention. Eased depression, they include weight loss diets fat, reducing diets and nutrient rich diets, and this all must integrate mix up between the bacteria in the gut. And also these chemicals produced an additional chemicals from the actual foods that we eat then interfere and interacted help our minds work better. It's another example if you will another are urging from us pretty eat. Well, so that you don't get depressed. He all that fat and stuff that gets into your body. That really is it's plug up your brain. That's depressing ended up itself. I did a study on veg Renard don't like to eat meat. So I did a study on where to get protein. And it's amazing. The green vegetables, broccoli and green beans and corn some of the fiber stuff. How good it is for you in terms of protein. That's your. Your reconfirming the study, right? Exactly. I we. We're both saying exactly a lot today became very Dr Doug here with a mega..

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Hi tradition. Informing you with people who are experts when it comes to your health and wellbeing that tradition continues. Dr Ken Cronos is here with us. We are going through the list of things that he studied this week in the journals. There are lots of informa-. They're always are every week a ton of things that come out that have been studied and things that will affect your health at can reviews and sort of synthesizes for us. So we continue his expertise is in cardiology. And we all know that good health. You've got to have a good strong hard, obviously to be healthy. But all health begins in your gut. The gaps practitioners that are always making you think about what's in your gut. There was a new study that added to this. In particular way, Ken how important digestive bacteria in your gut are to your mental health your feelings about yourself. I guess is all about the microbiome this whole new. Area of the body of these bacteria. Billions of them that we all need to survive and be healthy. This comes out at nature microbiology this week Doug bacteria in the gut. They may affect our mental wellbeing and could be linked to depression, a wide range of gut bacteria can actually produce chemicals that significantly impact the brain, including micro-organisms linked positively or negatively to mental health. So what do you think the connection is it just blood flow? What is it about the bacteria, the bacteria in the gut pretty much stay in the gut? Good stuff, bad stuff. It stays in the got doesn't travel through your system until its digestion and the body. This is an amazing event. This would have been worth the admission to go to medical school find out risk seriously. How the food that we eat goes through the process of becoming nurturing and into the blood because the food the energy, the the minerals, the vitamins, whatever all the proteins have to be digested. And then assimilated into the system through the blood exactly how it happens is a miracle isn't even a strong enough word for it. Is it exactly and these bacteria, secrete chemicals, and it does flow then from head to toe through the body affecting spots in the body far away from the gut? That's the amazing thing about this. And as you suggesting in another story that comes out this week in psychosomatic medicine. There is a link here to all of it. Because what we eat does affect the whole process, including the bacteria in our gut because we learned that a helpful diet can significantly reduce symptoms of depression and meals high in vegetables, and fiber or key dietary interventions that ease depression, they include weight loss diets fat, reducing diets and nutrient rich diets, and this all must integrate mix up between the bacteria in the gut. And also these chemicals produced an additional chemicals from the actual foods that we eat then interfere and interacted help our minds work better. It's another example if you will and other urging from us freely eat, well, so that you don't get. Oppressed. He all that fat and stuff that gets into your body that really is plug up your brain. And that's depressing ended of itself. I did a study on vegetarian. I don't eat meat. So I did a study on where to get protein. And it's amazing. The green vegetables, broccoli and green beans and corn some of the fibers stuff. How good it is for you in terms of protein. Exactly. That's your your reconfirming. This study, right. Exactly. I we we're both were saying exactly a lot today. Kerry, Dr Doug here with a mega this is a treatise for sixty seconds on how Cala trim works..

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill, at least ten people have died after a fast moving apartment, building fire overnight in Paris officials there have one woman in custody, she suspected of arson more protests expected this morning Virginia's capital calling for governor. Ralph Northam to resign after that racist picture from his old medical school yearbook. Resurfaced I'm Sherry Preston. ABC news. The time right now is five forty four at NewsRadio KF became more of our top stories. President Trump state of the union is tonight and immediately following the address there will be a rebuttal in both English and Spanish heavier, Sarah is the state's first Latino attorney general to deliver the Spanish version of the response to tonight's state of the union speech will broadcast from Sarah's alma mater, c k McClatchy high school where he'll be joined by students and their families. Bezerra grew up here in the states capitol. The son of immigrants K PK will air the president's speech at six PM nicked off this News Radio K PK. The high cost of living in California, maybe turning people off from moving to the Golden State recent numbers from the census bureau show, the state's population growth has fallen to its lowest level since two thousand one as of last July. There was a zero point four percent increase of new residents. That's about one hundred fifty eight thousand people many western states like Utah, Nevada. Arizona have seen their populations rise as former California residents look for better opportunities to buy a home or start a business. If you drive through some parts of the north state during rainy season, there seems to be a lot more standing water and flooded roadways than ever before. That's apparently because the ground is sinking. The department of water resources says groundwater pumping and droughts over the last decade have caused parts of Kaluga, Glenn Sutter and yellow counties to sink insider county. Over five monuments showed elevation changes between minus point two feet, minus point three six feet. DWI? Geological engineer Chris bonds tells us the most notable was a monument near our buckle which sunk over two feet. The problem is worse though in yellow county, the Sacramento valley show, no real significant change. Interesting health news bacteria in the gut may impact our mental wellbeing and could be linked to depression. Scientists in Belgium have identified a wide range of gut bacteria that produce chemicals that impact the brain, including micro-organisms linked to mental health. Researchers examined about one thousand people and they found two types of bacteria that we're constantly depleted in those who suffer depression, even if those patients were on antidepressants, the findings were published in the journal nature microbiology. Time now is five forty six. I'm Christina Madonna's along with Dan, Mitch Johnson. A Sacramento's news, traffic and weather continues. Here's Brian Noble's with our traffic trouble-spots, we've solo vehicle accident blocking the left lane. Eastbound I eighty up in offering. We'll take a look at the latest there in the freeways around Sacramento to coming up at five fifty by the way, if you see snow where you are. We wanna know as well. Just hit fifty on your cell phone the keyword open mic. We'll.

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"nature microbiology" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"nature microbiology" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The traffic leader kcbs main city sleep world six dave forecasts will check here with iran poor in the kpix five weather center good morning to all of you it is a cool tuesday and temperatures are going to stay normal there are going to be where they should be this time of year again so upper 50s and low 60s very similar to yesterday's conditions with pretty breezy conditions this morning as well now tomorrow temperatures cool enough ever so slightly by a few degrees so we're looking at mid to upper 50s for the beaches in the bay for tomorrow low 60s for inland areas thursday friday saturday high pressure will be returning so expect a lot of sunshine and temperatures will be rising we'll be inching our way closer and closer to the low 70s by this saturday and then on sunday were cooling off slightly traffic and weather together on the aid sean old news 600 am seven forty kcbs kcp as news time six fifty one stand a bunch bay area kids facing tough odds and a potentially bleak future are waking up this morning with the new hope in the form of a high school diploma kcbs reporter bob butler tells us about the same leandro graduation for students of alameda counties alternative schools this olga is undocumented she dropped out after getting pregnant fragmented is now a high school graduate i am thinking about going back to cali saying i don't know at the moment i want to get the career fast so i just want to go into a career field if that's better reserved for me my child she admits it was not easy when i was younger i would give up and think oh i need a social or i need to be legal for me to do something with my life seles would also kept me from stop theme barvikha vaughn is the office of educations chief of schools many of them were told they would not graduate from high school and here they are today each and every one of them has earned this diploma in salient robot butler keeps to be us signs may have found the answer to those scary drug resistant superbugs in the soil beneath our feet a report published in the journal nature microbiology talks about an antibiotic agent that knocked at several strains of multidrug resistant bacteria including that stary scary staffan fiction on his mercia they've given this antibiotic agent name mala seed mel though you shouldn't expect your doctor to.

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