Research on Aging: Successful Cognitive and Emotional Aging

submitted by: sjanderson

Successful cognitive and emotional aging with noted expert Dr. DilipJeste.

Successful Aging: The Buzz on Successful Aging

submitted by: sjanderson

What does it mean to age successfully? After all, aren’t we accomplishing this just by being alive? The term "successful aging" is vague and leaves much to the imagination. Yet, there is a growing interest in this topic. UCSD’s Stein Institute for Research on Aging has embarked on its own research project to discover the secrets to success. This presentation provides insights related to successful aging and discuss current research findings and proposed models.

Antibiotics: Is a Strong Offense the Best Defense? (Part 3 of 3) MWV23

submitted by: MicrobeWorld
In the final episode of this 3 part video series on how to optimize antibiotic use and minimize the emergence of drug resistant pathogens, Dr. Linda Tollefson, Assistant Commissioner for Science at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, goes in depth on the use of antimicrobial drugs in agriculture, their efficacy, and adverse human health consequences. Dr. Stuart Levy, professor of Molecular Biology and Microbiology at Tufts University School of Medicine, discusses policy, regulatory and...

The Effect of Universal Influenza Immunization on Mortality and Health Care Use

submitted by: jeff_kwong
Background In 2000, Ontario, Canada, initiated a universal influenza immunization program (UIIP) to provide free influenza vaccines for the entire population aged 6 mo or older. Influenza immunization increased more rapidly in younger age groups in Ontario compared to other Canadian provinces, which all maintained targeted immunization programs. We evaluated the effect of Ontario's UIIP on influenza-associated mortality, hospitalizations, emergency department (ED) use, and visits to...
Authors: Jeffrey c. Kwong, Thérèse a. Stukel, Jenny Lim, Allison j. Mcgeer, Ross e.g. Upshur, Helen Johansen, Christie Sambell, William w. Thompson, Deva Thiruchelvam, Fawziah Marra, Lawrence w. Svenson, Douglas g. Manuel

4k digital Cinema [on a budget]

submitted by: BenjaminLotan

experiments in high resolution (4k) film. see clips at benjaminlotan.com

L-DOPA Is an Endogenous Ligand for OA1

submitted by: medtv
Albinism is a genetic defect characterized by a loss of pigmentation. The neurosensory retina, which is not pigmented, exhibits pathologic changes secondary to the loss of pigmentation in the retina pigment epithelium (RPE). How the loss of pigmentation in the RPE causes developmental defects in the adjacent neurosensory retina has not been determined, but offers a unique opportunity to investigate the interactions between these two important tissues. One of the genes that causes albinism...
Authors: Lopez Vm, Decatur Cl, Stamer Wd, Lynch Rm, Mckay Bs