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The Shocking Truth About Flu Deaths and the Flu Shot! - Natural News Blogs

The Shocking Truth About Flu Deaths and the Flu Shot! - Natural News Blogs | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
For years, the American people have been lied to about flu shots and flu deaths! They serve only to scare millions into getting the dangerous flu shot.

Via Velvet Martin
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Theranos: Running 30 Lab Tests on a Single Drop of Blood

Theranos: Running 30 Lab Tests on a Single Drop of Blood | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford and founded a company called Theranos. Instead of vials of blood, Theranos requires only a pinprick and a drop of blood. With that they can perform hundreds of tests.Phlebotomy. Even the word sounds archaic—and that’s nothing compared to the slow, expensive, and inefficient reality of drawing blood and having it tested. As a college sophomore, Elizabeth Holmes envisioned a way to reinvent old-fashioned phlebotomy and, in the process, usher in an era of comprehensive superfast diagnosis and preventive medicine. That was a decade ago. Holmes, now 30, dropped out of Stanford and founded a company called Theranos with her tuition money. Last fall it finally introduced its radical blood-testing service in a Walgreens pharmacy near the company headquarters in Palo Alto, California. (The plan is to roll out testing centers nationwide.) Instead of vials of blood—one for every test needed—Theranos requires only a pinprick and a drop of blood. With that they can perform hundreds of tests, from standard cholesterol checks to sophisticated genetic analyses. The results are faster, more accurate, and far cheaper than conventional methods. The implications are mind-blowing. With inexpensive and easy access to the information running through their veins, people will have an unprecedented window on their own health. And a new generation of diagnostic tests could allow them to head off serious afflictions from cancer to diabetes to heart disease. None of this would work if Theranos hadn’t figured out how to make testing transparent and inexpensive. The company plans to charge less than 50 percent of the standard Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement rates. And unlike the rest of the testing industry, Theranos lists its prices on its website: blood typing, $2.05; cholesterol, $2.99; iron, $4.45. If all tests in the US were performed at those kinds of prices, the company says, it could save Medicare $98 billion and Medicaid $104 billion over the next decade.
Via Dr. Stefan Gruenwald
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Monkeys control each other's movement via computer link

Monkeys control each other's movement via computer link | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
Scientists have successfully used computer chips to link two monkeys together, allowing one monkey's brain to control the other's body movement. Researchers say they hope their work - partly inspired by Hollywood blockbuster Avatar - will lead to the development of implants for patients who have nerve or spinal cord paralysis.Harvard neurosurgeon Ziv Williams, who co-authored the study published in the journal Nature Communications, says the paper aimed to find possible ways to treat people with cervical spinal cord injuries and are quadriplegic or have had brain stem strokes."What we basically did was create a functional cortical to spinal bypass where we're able to record neural signals in the brain, extract information about what the monkey is intending on doing and then basically stimulating the spinal cord to produce movements in their paralysed limb to those same intended target locations," Dr Williams said."For example, if the monkey is intending on moving upwards, we would select specific electrode contacts in the spinal cord to stimulate a movement that reaches that exact same target location. "In some cases actually the first monkey just needed to think about what they wanted to do and then the other monkey would make the movement."Dr Williams said the "master monkey" was implanted with a microchip in the area of their brain responsible for thinking about movement and the neurons were recorded, based on the patterns of activity."We could figure out what the monkey was intending on moving or intending on doing - for example you know, moving up, down, left, right - and then at the same time we implanted a microchip in the spinal cord of the avatar and then we stimulated those areas based on what the other monkey was thinking," he said."So the hook-up was basically a computational link where we basically matched everything that the monkey, that the master, was thinking about and then matched that with movements produced in the avatar.
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How much better is standing up than sitting?

How much better is standing up than sitting? | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
Studies have claimed major health benefits for standing for much of the day as opposed to sitting. The difference is marked, explains Michael Mosley. Guess how many hours a day you spend sitting? Fewer than eight? More than 10? A recent survey found that many of us spend up to 12 hours a day sitting on our bottoms looking at computers or watching television. If you throw in the seven hours we spend sleeping then that adds up to a remarkable 19 hours a day being sedentary.
Via Peter Mellow
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So simple to do. It may take some of us hearing it a few times to get us off our butt so this is one time. I've heard it now about 6 times so I'm ready to at least do an hour for starters! I sit all day during the winter. It's winter now. I will make a change. I've read how this impacts our total health. I love sitting. I call it chillin'. Sitting is deadly and studies show that it will take years off of your life. God please help me & others to stand up!
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Cycling to chemo: exercise during cancer treatment - Health & Wellbeing

Cycling to chemo: exercise during cancer treatment - Health & Wellbeing | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
“ Many people going through gruelling cancer treatments are encouraged to rest and recuperate as much as possible. But evidence suggests people with cancer benefit from more exercise, not less, even during treatment.”
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Are You Training Correctly For Tennis Specific Movement? « Represent Tennis

Are You Training Correctly For Tennis Specific Movement? « Represent Tennis | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
Tennis movement is highly situation specific and is performed in a reactive environment. This irregularity of movement requires both general movement training, but more importantly tennis-specific movement training. The need to continually respond to situations requires a fine understanding of the athlete’s game style, strategy, movement strengths and weakness. Movement for tennis is both simple and complex.
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New Study: Eating Healthier Only $1.50 More Expensive Daily - Dallasweekly

New Study: Eating Healthier Only $1.50 More Expensive Daily - Dallasweekly | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
“ New Study: Eating Healthier Only $1.50 More Expensive Daily Dallasweekly Everyone has had that moment—whether to grab a burger from a fast food joint with a dollar menu, or shell out the grocery money needed to choose a healthy alternative.”
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7 Fitness Tips To Make Running (More) Fun

7 Fitness Tips To Make Running (More) Fun | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
"The first time you run through a new park you can get lost in scenery. By the 50th time you jog the same course, though, your formerly fun run can feel beyond boring. ..." ------------------------------ You might also like: THE HIGH PERFORMANCE HANDBOOK http://1stworld.hphandbook.hop.clickbank.net
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Prostate cancer treatment and centers in usa

Prostate cancer treatment and centers in usa | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
“ Carcinoma of the prostate is predominantly a tumor of older men: the median age at diagnosis is 72 years.Prostate cancer may be cured when localized, and it frequently responds to treatment ...”
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5 Effortless Tricks To Make Healthy Eating Easy

5 Effortless Tricks To Make Healthy Eating Easy | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
There’s no question about it: eating healthy 100% of the time can seem like a near impossible goal—especially if you’re not used to eating that way on a regular basis.But along with consistent exercise, healthy eating is what’s really going to help you reach your goals. It can be the difference between finally achieving the body of your dreams and never quite getting there. Plus, it’ll make you feel better, give you more energy, and help you perform better in your workouts.Read more: http://bit.ly/19zgYey
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Untangling Alzheimer’s Disease

Untangling Alzheimer’s Disease | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it

“Researchers discover specific molecules which could be targeted to treat Alzheimer's disease.”

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Sitting Is a Death Trap

Sitting Is a Death Trap | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it

“Sitting Is a Death Trap (Sitting Is a Death Trap http://t.co/HDFJtZQb1n #inspiringfitness #fitfeed via @ideafit)”

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This article is a life saver. Especially for my wife and I who spend hours in front of the computer.

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Twitter / OrganicGuide: What do antioxidants do? ...

Twitter / OrganicGuide: What do antioxidants do? ... | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
“What do antioxidants do? http://t.co/J9Xk8scYPw”;
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13 Early Warning Signs Of Diabetes Mellitus Or Type 2 Diabetes

13 Early Warning Signs Of Diabetes Mellitus Or Type 2 Diabetes | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
“Diabetes is a metabolic disease, characterized by high levels of sugar (glucose) in the blood. Production of insulin (a pancreatic hormone that deals with”
Via Anushka Chopra
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Prions Are Key to Preserving Long-Term Memories

Prions Are Key to Preserving Long-Term Memories | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
The famed protein chain reaction that made mad cow disease a terror may be involved in helping to ensure that our recollections don't fade.Prions are proteins with two unusual properties: First, they can switch between two possible shapes, one that is stable on its own and an alternate conformation that can form chains. Second, the chain-forming version has to be able to trigger others to change shape and join the chain. Say that in the normal version the protein is folded so that one portion of the protein structure—call it "tab A"—fits into its own "slot B." In the alternate form, though, tab A is available to fit into its neighbor's slot B. That means the neighbor can do the same thing to the next protein to come along, forming a chain or clump that can grow indefinitely.For a brain cell, keeping a memory around is a lot of work. A variety of proteins need to be continually manufactured at the synapse, the small gap that interfaces one cell to another. But whereas a cell may have a multitude of synapses, the protein synthesis that grows and maintains the connection only occurs at specific ones that have been activated. Work in the sea slug Aplysia (a favorite of neuroscientists because of its large cells) showed that a protein called CPEB, for cytoplasmic polyadenylation element binding, is necessary to keep a synapse activated. CPEB acts as a prion.Once the prion's chain reaction gets started it's self-perpetuating, and thus the synapse can be maintained after the initial trigger is gone—perhaps for a lifetime. But that still doesn't explain how the first prion is triggered or why it only happens in certain synapses and not others.An answer comes from Si's work on fruit flies, published February 11 in PLoS Biology. Sex—and, in particular, male courtship behavior—is an ideal realm in which to test memory: If a female is unreceptive, the male will remember this and stop trying to court her. Earlier, Si’s team showed that if the fly's version of CPEB, called Orb2, is mutated so that it cannot act as a prion, the insect briefly remembers that the female is unreceptive but that memory fades over the course of a few days.Now, Si's team has figured out how the cell turns on the machinery responsible for the persistence of memory—and how the memory can be stabilized at just the right time and in the right place.Before the memory is formed a fly's neuron is full of a version of the prion called Orb2B. Although this version can switch shapes to form prions' characteristic clumps, it can't get started without the related protein Orb2A. In this week's paper Si and colleagues untangled the multipartnered dance that controls Orb2A's role. First, a protein called TOB binds to Orb2A, allowing it to persist intact in the cell. (Normally, it would be broken down within a few hours.) Once stabilized it needs to have a phosphate tag attached, and this is done by another protein called Lim kinase.Crucially, Lim kinase is only activated when the cell receives an electrical impulse—and only targeted at that synapse, not any other synaptic connections the cell might also be making. That means that the prion chain reaction is turned on in the specific time and place it's needed. This, researchers say, means the cell has a mechanism to stabilize some synapses but not others—potentially explaining why some of our memories fade, whereas others last a lifetime.Although work so far on these proteins has been in yeast, sea slugs, flies and mice, the human CPEB may operate in the same way to preserve memories. The next steps, both researchers agree, are to develop better techniques to see where in the brain prions are activated, and to dig into more questions about how the prion process is regulated. One burning question: When we forget, does that mean that the prion's chain reaction has been halted?
Via Dr. Stefan Gruenwald
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Live 3D Organ Holograms Give an Unprecedented View to Surgeons

Live 3D Organ Holograms Give an Unprecedented View to Surgeons | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
An Israeli firm (Real View Imaging) has developed 3D holographic imaging technology that allows doctors to see a patient’s anatomy ”floating” in mid-air during real time medical procedures. The company says successful trials of its system demonstrate that science fiction has become science fact.To learn more visit:http://www.realviewimaging.com/
Via Belinda Suvaal, Dr. Stefan Gruenwald
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These 4 Things Happen Right Before a Heart Attack

These 4 Things Happen Right Before a Heart Attack | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
“ So-called silent heart attacks, with signs and symptoms that are mild or seem unrelated to the heart, have long concerned cardiovascular expert Dr. Chauncey Crandall. So Dr.”
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Why you're never too fat to get fit

Why you're never too fat to get fit | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
“ Fitness is possible at any size: it just takes the right exercise - and a little kindess from other people”
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Sitting is Deadly - ABC TV Science

Sitting is Deadly - ABC TV Science | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
"Once we talk about this and highlight the potential hazards, many people are quite reflective on, on their own lives. I'm more conscious of prolonged periods of sitting now than I ever was." Assoc Prof David Dunstan
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How Can I Keep My Exercise Routine In the Winter? - Lifehacker

How Can I Keep My Exercise Routine In the Winter? - Lifehacker | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
“ How Can I Keep My Exercise Routine In the Winter? Lifehacker Throughout the year, I've been pretty good about keeping up my exercise routine of jogging, cycling, and other outdoor activities.”
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7 Fitness Tips To Make Running (More) Fun

7 Fitness Tips To Make Running (More) Fun | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
"The first time you run through a new park you can get lost in scenery. By the 50th time you jog the same course, though, your formerly fun run can feel beyond boring. ..." ------------------------------ You might also like: THE HIGH PERFORMANCE HANDBOOK http://1stworld.hphandbook.hop.clickbank.net
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Alert:First cases of flesh eating homemade heroin substitute reported

Alert:First cases of flesh eating homemade heroin substitute reported | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
“ WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The first cases of a terrifying new drug called 'Krokodil' that eats flesh from the inside out, is flammable and leaves addicts with reptilian-like skin have been reported this week in Arizona - and the state fears the beginning of an epidemic. Popular in Russia, Krokodil is homemade, is three-times cheaper than heroin and created by mixing codeine with gasoline or oil, filtering it and then injecting the rancid concoction into the users body. Banner's Poison Control Center most likely encountered the drug when two addicts arrived in emergency rooms with their flesh hanging off their body, exposing bone or with skin resembling that of a crocodile, hence its name. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2432802/Drug-users-eaten-alive-flesh-eating-illness-caused-homemade-heroin-substitute-Krokodil.html#ixzz2g1ilugLX ; Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook”
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Forget going for a stroll - try sexercise

Forget going for a stroll - try sexercise | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it

“Sex burns an average of 4.2 calories a minute for men and 3.1 calories a minute for women, say researchers from the University of Quebec at Montreal.”

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Sleep Apnea Harder To Detect In Women - Health News - redOrbit

Sleep Apnea Harder To Detect In Women - Health News - redOrbit | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it

“A new study from the UCLA School of Nursing has discovered more bad news for women with sleep apnea.”

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Milk thistle extract shown to halt lung cancer progression in its tracks

Milk thistle extract shown to halt lung cancer progression in its tracks | Health Tips 180 | Scoop.it
“Milk thistle extract shown to halt lung cancer progression in its tracks (RT @Natural__Remedy: Milk thistle extract shown to halt lung cancer progression in its tracks: http://t.co/WTEYGRVi5a)...”
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