Neurobiology of Aggression and Criminal Violence - Prof. G. Roth

Violence in Human Society - 8th Dialogue on Science, 14 – 16 October, 2009, Academia Engelberg Foundation Our views of what violence is are distorted because of the traditional approach to violence as a phenomenon in everyday life. The use and threat of physical and emotional violence against individuals or groups include the use of sheer force as well as the powers of self-assertion in relations of power and control. In a broader sense, violence can be found in all social classes around...

An introduction to the Ratmine database

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This video provides a brief introduction to the new Ratmine (http://ratmine.mcw.edu) data warehouse and data mining tool released as part of the Rat Genome Database. It highlights some of Ratmine's key features and shows how to use Ratmine's Templates and Lists to find disease genes, common pathways and display protein-protein interactions and more.

Fibromyalgia Update: Review of literature and current treatment recommendations

Presentation by Victor Rosenfeld, M.D., Medical Director at Sleepmed of Santa Barbara. Provides the history of fibromyalgia; the diagnosis and classification of FMS; pathophysiology of FMS; literature review of current treatment strategies on Pregabalin, Duloxetine, Minalciprin, Tramadol & Sodium Oxybate; and Current E.U.L.A.R. recommendations.

Heavy Balloon

submitted by: livi11

Filling a Balloon with c02 from Dry Ice+Water.

Depression from a Holisitic Perspective

submitted by: Johnny Pietersen
http://www.biogetica.com - Does mood create chemical secretions or do chemical secretions create mood? Should we alter mood by using neuro-transmitor altering drugs or should we correct chemical imbalances subtly by reminding the body of optimal function? Depression is an amazing opportunity to demonstrate holistic sciences. Sarcodes which are informational and energetic imprints of optimal function can be used to remind the body of optimal function and rid it of depression forever. Your...

High resolution sonography: a new technique to detect nerve damage in leprosy

submitted by: drsumanjain
Background Leprosy is the most common treatable peripheral nerve disorder worldwide with periods of acute neuritis leading to functional impairment of limbs, ulcer formation and stigmatizing deformities. Since the hallmarks of leprosy are nerve enlargement and inflammation, we used high-resolution sonography (US) and color Doppler (CD) imaging to demonstrate nerve enlargement and inflammation. Methology/principal findings We performed bilateral US of the ulnar (UN), median (MN), lateral...
Authors: Suman Jain, Tln Praveen, P Narasimha rao, Thummalakunta Surekha, Ramesh Ellanti, Thummalakunta Ln abhishek, Indira Nath