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"university nottingham" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

06:33 min | Last month

"university nottingham" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"So it's a little bit like. Dr. Spoke, said it's like you have an army and they're fighting an enemy, but they keep on fighting the enemies runaway and. End Up, doing is killing its own soldiers. So that might explain why people with these post. Viral Syndrome show such wide ranging symptoms. It doesn't really help US UNDERSTAND Why some people have this reaction where while other people have a Lasting illness and and there's all kinds of theories about why this might be. So it could be influenced by genetics it could be to do with the amount of virus songs exposed to or it might be down to the other these been they've been exposed to in the past. So it's only it's kind of questions at this vast group of people suffer your post lower, syndrome might be able to get s answers to what you can do is look to the epidemics of the recent past to get a sense of. How people do not months after everyone is so we know that if you look at the SARS epidemic in two, thousand and three, for example, there's one study of twenty two patients in Toronto who'd have the virus and it found the all but one of them were unable to return to their former former occupations, twenty months after they bean ill another why study of Toronto people with with SARS, found that yeah. On the one year Mark Eighty, seven percent of them still had symptoms. So we do know that these civic radars obviously solids was the coronavirus as well can provoke these responses that lead to long-term symptoms so. This isn't completely shocking to immunologists and two doctors even if the specific situation is kinda surprising. What's scary about it is these aren't necessarily the people that were. The worst cases of covid nineteen initially overstate. It. Kind of makes sense to me like he will hospitalized with the disease perhaps that you'd have offended longest hail. But this isn't necessarily the case for all the people you spoke to A. Is there any research being done to try and help some of these long holders? And that's MC right One of the things that came up again and again is. Really you won't at the moment are typical image of along. Hula is properly a middle-aged healthy woman. An is actually very different to your idea of who is badly affected by over nineteen, which would probably be an older man. Usually you're quite old back maybe in the seventies or eighties, and this is one of the things. Kind of. Defying doctors perceptions because like you say, a lot of the patients are set up to help people that have been hit most severely. So there's a center in Surrey in the UK. The Sea Center is about helping people after the tide cove nineteen to rehabilitate after hospitals after hospital. Because as you say, if you've been ICU, there's all kinds of problems with maybe must must wastage wastage or maybe. Fitness or breathing's there's lots of. Problems expect to see with the civilian the you don't expect to see and people that got more mild versions of the disease, but are now a couple of studies that are starting to look these modern cases so. One Person Charlotte Bolton and she's a she's kind of. Spirit three research with University Nottingham. And she's doing this funding where she state. Funding and clinics actually she doing study funded sorry and and has clinics alongside as well, and she takes these people from GP referrals as she starting to track how the functioning and trying to tailor recovery programs to their needs and as Sheffield Hallam University someone could carradine Dotam is also trying to track this recovery 'cause all kinds of questions that you don't really want to give the person. The wrong advice. So people with lung covid nineteen often report that say they were getting better for three weeks and then they went out and try to have a run or maybe even just tried to have a walk to the end of the block or whatever a mile, and they completely knocked off recovery, right? It completely knocked him off kilter and they found out this completely sets them back and that's actually really different from lots of illnesses you tend to recommend that you build up your exercise. It might be the case with long Hulas or certain subset long is actually ramping up exercise makes them even worse. So it's all these kind of questions that we're starting to find out. This is six months. So people are just hoping this will. Help the people for the next six months and and you know people that end up having long term symptoms in the future as well. Getting. A better understanding of what is happening here will also help us to understand risk right, which is a super important issue as we get used to living with this virus potentially for a very long time until there's a vaccine that works and that vaccine is used widely across the world because when we talk about risk people in their twenties thirties forties. Technically. According to the numbers have a very low risk of severe disease but these people don't count in those numbers because they're not counted and I think we'd all agree that living with fairly debilitating symptoms for nearly six months isn't something that we'd like to happen to us. So in everyone's calculation of risk and what they're happy doing understanding long-haul covid is going to be really important to how we open up society. Yeah exactly, and we started to see the government acknowledged that. So I think Matt Hancock in Parliament earlier this week mentioned. He's talked about young people that perhaps were going out and meeting or. All that stuff new saying actually they wanNA think maybe it's not as people could be thanking, you can have much younger people who have long-term illnesses and I think that you're completely right. It skews our understanding because what we know is that really speaking someone my age. Twenty seven. Very Unlikely. You'd have a severe case the onus, very, very unlikely to die but there are people my age are Oda who have really really long. Symptoms and we don't really know how many people how many of those people there are. So if you start accounting for that, it might change all of the equations that you make around this illness and how you. Think about risk and also employers think about well, when should people got to work? Maybe I should understand that they won't be back fulltime for several months because it could be this. So I think a lot of people I spoke to you said that we just need more of a conversation about the range of illnesses that covid nineteen can prompt because that might. Help people also have a more holistic view of the disease itself. Well, let's see if we can continue that compensation podcast wire, Dot Code K..

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"university nottingham" Discussed on A Light Read Read

A Light Read Read

08:11 min | 7 months ago

"university nottingham" Discussed on A Light Read Read

"Or the link in the description. So they know is censure but let's get into the news. Edison report wants to know who still shipping their combining compiling an index of which companies are still operational. And how email them now and we'll figure out how to work through all this Nima thinks. The industry is essential as more and more states counties and cities are declaring various flavors of emergency or shelter in place or other limitations. Nima and their governmental relations board is working to establish that electrical manufacturing is essential and should be allowed to continue operating speaking of pinches from this whole outbreak. We've got signify. Prices by three percent misses any new order after the first they're going to be affected by led electronics and lampy electron ix price hikes. Just percent though hopefully we can get through that a former Seoul semiconductor employee has been found guilty of industrial espionage The guilty party who is known only as Kim because of some vagary of South Korean penal policy that I can't figure out has been sentenced to eight months jail time two years of probation in one hundred twenty hours of community service. Borough legal use of company. Led supplies led technology in research with a supply. Partner relighting if got an employee that shown cover nineteen symptoms this is at their racine Wisconsin Facility Thereon fourteen days of isolation pending a real diagnosis. More as we know. L. P. S. T. I L. is back on track. Digitally this is the led professional symposium as of the twenty second and September all of their keynotes and awards will be streamed out live all their lectures and presentations will be made available to view on. Demand signify is still going to skip Layton building They were the first pull out a light and building before the postponement and now that they have announced new dates signifies still out even in September regional. Greenbelt events have been canceled. Misses the US Green Building Council? They've killed every single regional event between now and June be national event. That's in November is still on as of today. The well building two is building. Council will reschedule their conference. This is now gonNa take place August sixteenth. Things that haven't moved is the regular episode of get a grip on lighting episode. One twenty seven talking to Kyle land dig of sunset lighting talking about working in retail. And all the INS and outs of that business. It's a good one. It's a small fashioned lighting dork stuff. Nothing more fun than weird Hey are you worried about your car? Loosen creating value as things electrify. What about your real estate? I mean our Non Smart Buildings Losing Resale value. Mary Johnson writes about the devaluation of non-smart comes. Ams CEO has bought thirty thousand shares of the on his own company. That's more than a quarter million euros. Spent at a loss to secure the RAM takeover New York School of Interior design and lighting has a continuing education course. This is a seven modules online series opening at the end of the month. You introduce you. Rabbit workflows Main schools are offering lighting inst- incentives. These are Efficiency main offering district's about one hundred thousand dollars or eighty percent of projects cost to refit to something better be digital industry. Solutions writes about smart lighting as a form for connected lighting and buildings from INDISP- or municipalities Smart Lighting as sign replacement. This is a study in the UK. University Nottingham Bunch of railway operators are looking to create new path finding methods for train stations. That don't rely so much on sign age Light efficient designs training facility celebrates its first anniversary. That's thousand video visitors already in one year. Your luck to them thanks to them. Hey there sponsor this. Check him out Smart City market to reach half a trillion dollars by two thousand twenty seven. This is from meticulous research. They're saying that towns across the Asia Pacific region will be adopting these technologies faster than the rest of us Utah State. You creates a framework for understanding sensory dangerous zones for wildlife. This is understanding our impact on the animals around us. Not just light but sound and other factors. Maybe we can help them out. The more we understand. Energy Focus has announced their q four earnings. They're bad This is a one point. Three million dollars in losses last quarter bringing the yearly losses up to seven point. Three million dollars The Peo- market is GONNA bump up by ten percent of next five years. This is from report Lincoln. And they're saying the whole market is going to be worth one point. Three billion dollars by twenty twenty five. Miami beach is testing smart city project. Starting with streetlights Cities looking for proposals on and public consultations on connected lamps Cologne not be a toiletry by the actual city. Germany is going to be Germany's first smart city. That's eighty five thousand street lamps and sensors going up in the home of coal ash. Asid announces their twenty twenty design winners. This is the American Society of Interior designers and their annual awards do include Moser Associates Living Labs Circadian Lighting System. Are Your Indoor strawberries or Ganic? This is a question before the center of poor food safety because they think the fact that organic foods production act text refers to the word soil at least Four Times not more than twelve. It's a big act. But they don't mention soil much but because soils in there Your indoor grown berries hand be organic if they're produced hydroponically Jeff Gavin over at the electrical contractor magazine has a new article about how Poe is going to be the next big bang will see Kahar Chick. Construction has donated their masks. Losing County health workers they've These guys usually installed traffic signals and landscape lighting. And they've donated. A thousand of their three AM MASKS TO PEOPLE. That could really use them right about now. I mean I'm GONNA put my PSA hat on for a minute. If you've got inventory. They can help someone that you're not using. Maybe now's the time to let it loose Retrofitting the Statue of Liberty. So Gordon Bok has described. How Phelps description elps construction not destruction as re-landscaped he you New York City landmark fascinating read especially considering that This is maybe the fifth time lady. Liberty has had a torch redone probably the best time. One of them just involves cutting holes intimate All right speaking.

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"university nottingham" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

13:12 min | 8 months ago

"university nottingham" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"And awakens. Your innermost capability. You have the training and the talent to succeed but do you have the guts to fail. I love what I do. We love what you do. You want to be the best at it today about the power you you will change to find your fat to success through the journey of those who have succeeded and now your host Dave pomme. Welcome to the show and with me I'll have a full mar national swin athletes from the UK. And she's with me now. Rachel Boardman welcome to the Dave Palmer. Show Hi Nice thanks to. It's awesome to Chat I. Yeah Yeah Nice recrea- so what each other quite reasonably network in so we're probably going to that. Just let's go in the short cost a into your background re background. And how did your podcast be on the finish line? Stop almost behind. Yeah so am. I decided I was a swimmer is swum. I assume when I was three full stop beating when I when I was like a an continued compete in all the way up until just before my nineteenth birthday and so I knew I got to the point in swimming where I just like fellow love with it. And didn't you just didn't see the point in doing that? Last season I basically spend the whole season trade into get fit and then I go ale and then I'll take a little bit timeout to get well again. And then just that cycle of just I cannot do this any other frustrating because I used to be a track Hefley as well athletics and is very similar to swimming and cycling as well pick free event domestics as well as my dogs free of the big free you know For Olympics Olympic sports and Very similar you have to go out there as Solo sports as well. I mean it can be a team sport as well as you know realizing that but very hard work is now getting up early. And Oh yeah those like five o'clock in the pools or just just don't miss them after actually scraping ice off the car and the wind. Not Right. You're sitting you have. Phd's did you prefer to be called doctor by the way you're right to be to be honest. I don't really use it so finished. Yeah so I finished before just before I went to university and Roy is as a kid lot good gory no posey all. Will you go to university? But the eventual pox so he went and did that so when I did undergraduate degree in biomedical science and I kind of got the end of that and it was like Ri- a don't know what to do with my life. I've no idea but I knew I kind of you know when you have the kind of own finish business leave university yellow and I enjoyed doing the research The I did the mind like final yet. Yes all right. Then I'll guess I'll I'll go in. I'll go into a page day. Not the right reasons to go and do that by you know. I was lucky enough to take off their place in the university. Nottingham which one Trent the no the game. Yeah all right okay. Yeah the Trent one but I was doing. Athletics is one way athletics track. Isn't there. Yes outskirts on the outskirts of New Year's students holes by the way that's not a sidetrack so I was wondering is it must be hard work doing that and doing your sports at the same time and so two twelve. To be honest. I was at at stops by that point. An Joe sexy. We're not yes so when I finished I mean. Don't get me wrong wallows. It's still so many on at school like looking back. I have no idea because I was training night nine ten times a week. Plus James Sessions and somehow managed to come out with like a bunch of as in a STAS Gcc so you you know what I mean. How managed to get all my homework and stuff. 'cause I suppose do start. Usually at school wages well done especially swimming so younger sport track some people. Don't start track into after as well but to certainly in the USA as well is more the college sports in high school sports. So it's hard to. Yeah Yeah I'm the show. I've spoken to several different athletes on the PODCAST and Of of been through the collegiate system That's a big thing like I am. I supposed to remember who was one guy. Said they changed. That may just seven times. Well Yeah Yeah. Just so they could slip. Yeah where this just balanced studies and the SPOL- yeah. Wow well talking about anyway about you. Poke nkossa moving onto that. Could you tell us what's behind beyond the finish line? Yes who got the? I got the idea so kind of after I finish my PhD. I just needed a break from everything from all the expectations. People still didn't know what I wanted to do in my life. The only thing that was really like getting excited was was thought going travelling so I kind of put myself a one-way ticket to Australia. I actually went out for a few days ago now. A when the Games were over a post I went and I started my travel at the Komo of games the hour. I bet both pre cook gangs wasn't it? Yeah Yeah I was I got to say am I going to watch the swimming? Which is also a bunch of spots. But I think I told you I was. I was a semi-finalist at the Malaysia. Come Wolfgang's well. It's more of a fly in the first things. You know you can run for your parents grandparents so I did it for my parents country in the Caribbean just like you could do it. For Scotland Neva grandfather was Scottish. Co of gains. That is kind of acceptable. Isn't it really? It's because it's a friendly game so it was more of a fly on the wall. You know I I did give it a good guy anyway back to Australia. So yeah so you 'cause I was like I was packing so stay in hostels meeting loads of new people and kind of after a while. I realized that one of the things that I was telling people when you have those comes an introductory ed compensation You how long you been here where you go and web you've been and then he tell people about several one of the things. I was always telling people was about by ISO swimmer about tell them online. Different swimming stories hung on suddenly. I clicked. Hang on a minute. Why you've been hiding this huge pot myself away for so long and then I kinda of got it triggered like a bit reflection period where I can look bucket. Everything that happened in knows like eight nine years since I stopped him all the mental health issues. Another I'd I'd gone through Roy and I kind of am figured out. They all start from when I finished women in the fourth. I just didn't process everything that went through the support of what to expect when I finished and those kind of things and I read all the top athletes I'd had similar light situations and processes and that that's often outside. Well if I'm going through stuff and they're going through they still yeah. Yeah Hey yeah. We'll nobis having really having this conversation so I was like well. Somebody needs to do it. So why can't I and that's kind of where the idea of the podcast? Excellent excellent well off saying that you really great guests and good very topic stories Come up as a great nation. Got There as well so Talking about mental health issues. I mean I while I was in the Well actually gave up the sport when I was on the twenty three. Because that's nice group now just off the juniors Georgia fire service. 'cause that was already might the transition very quick there was no carnival. What do next that was my career move. Radian lasted a lifetime. You know twenty five years but I spoke backup because you know a fitness free can do in high intensity cardio was a part of the job description exactly. Yeah so when I actually start which was at the Komo of gangs which was an Olympic trials. Copy as before. That didn't really have that kind of transition because I was already in the fire service and I was actually making a move to go for promotion and things like that so fluid but where the transition hit me was in retirement in other. That was a transition that was hard to cope with the stress of the job. As well. Same thing happened but with the effects of that and Yeah we'll cons of things this guy really so yeah I mean. I'm just simplifies. In the fact that that does happen to sports people in similar types of jobs where where it can be a career and then suddenly retired and slot war. Yeah definitely I think is not enough talk about well what happens when you d finish. Everyone just kind of presumes that you can be all right and you just GonNa you know glide into the next opportunity especially when especially those that are at the top of the spoiled. I might get you come off the back of the Olympics. I'll come games. Whatever may be won a medal knew all this media attention and people are going we do this and do this advertise and it might be great for a while but soon relates fade into the background and then a little bit light will now. Yeah yeah well. He's a friend of mine before Audit the Pokhara of tencent. Hustle is performance couch but he was a world champion Boca Sinus Mayweather Same Weight Division. So he's a British boxer so he on my podcast but yet the same thing is like once he finished boxing unique depression and or concentrated guy on I. That's how I got to know mark when he's for personal development and then he started. You're not speaking in coaching career So Yeah I'll try and fund that PLO COSKUN. Maybe someone that's good for your for your show really but but yeah it goes to show that That is a transition spokespeople to do need to be mindful and remodeling. And when did you come out? And he's out what you mean when I saw what is it. What is it the Is that a weekly show all? Yeah yeah so the episodes go live every Tuesday. Okay navy cheese diarrhea and weight. Can I find it is e is it? Well it's out everywhere on Apple. Podcasts spotify Google basic typing beyond the finish line. Then yeah appeal to podcast that. And what about you? How can people find you if do a Polka? She'll you do kind of work with coaching or anything. Yeah I've got some coach. How paid so? I kind of focused on an athlete's as you probably well know you have aspirations skills from from you'll sports. That are actually like really valuable in in entrepreneurship in building business. 'em So you know you've almost got ahead style on a lot of other people so I'm like I work with L. Former athletes to help them build their own businesses. Yeah that's fantastic and so do you have a website Any athletes could be listening and anyone really not interested in just two and I haven't got a website yet but the best place to get hold of me as either on. He's on instagram somewhere. Yeah Yeah I'm always on Instagram She can find Mohandas. Outrage Goldman all you can find me on and on facebook to be on a fatal dot bulb thirteen okay. Route will come. If you put that on the show set the end so people know they can click on there and yeah well right you. Thanks very much for coming on the show. Been a pleasure speaking to you awesome. I've had a great time. Thanks thanks okay. Well so For this episode. Thinks this thing and remember if you want to support what we do. Then share subscribe and leave review over on. I tunes what I saw for now. But I'll see on the next episode of the palm show on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's..

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"university nottingham" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"university nottingham" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"For this signal we call happy facts we've ring in our to have his contributors chris livvy who seems extra happy this week are you do about good how're you offspin tasks tesic we're on live happy radio if i said i was sad we'd be advertising falsely of illegal paula follow selves it's the paul velde show again this week everybody chris paul is going to be interviewing our guest later on but she joins us from natural how are you paula fantastic and now i just i pressured to keep up with eta has got to keep pace man we are so excited to be here in and we're going to have a lot of fun with a segment what we do in this segment if you've never heard is we take our favorite facts that we've discovered this week about positive psychology share them and discuss them a little bit on the radio and then encourage you to go to the website live happy dot com and find a blog paula rights that dives deeper and gives you further reading about each of our facts so in no particular order let's get started with liberties fact on my back just in time for the fleet flu season researchers from the university nottingham where robin hood went to college said being in a good mood while getting a flu shot can actually boost its effectiveness how's that work is it just like the power of positive thing is the placebo effect or what's the send who is in a good mood when they're getting a cliche as huntley not me i love loose shots personally let's that's a little strange but maybe that's why you get the flu way less than paul and i do probably but now they looked at different factors like positive mood negative mood physical activity diet sleep in positive mood was the only factor that was associated with a higher level of influence a antibody within the blood so and it has a lot to do with the immune system.

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