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Nutty Professor 2: The Klumps (1/9) Movie CLIP – Buddy Love is Real (2000) HD – Video

In the middle of Sherman's (Eddie Murphy) session with Dr. Knoll (Earl Boen), a little bit of Buddy Love slips out of him. TM

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Nicholas Shaw Speaks on genetic Engineering – Video

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Genomics: genetic modification (genetic engineering) and the human gene project – Video

Genomics: genetic modification and the human gene project, genetic engineering

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Monsanto’s Crimes Against Humanity with Jeffrey M. Smith 1/2 – Video

Host Aaron Dykes interviews Jeffrey Smith about a Bertram Verhaag documentary, Scientists Under Attack: Genetic Engineering in the Magnetic Field of Money, about GMOs and the need for the independence of science. http://www.seedsofdeception.com http://www.prisonplanet.tv Scientists Under Attack: Genetic Engineering in the Magnetic Field of Money is a 60 minute, award winning film by Bertram Verhaag about GMOs and the need for the independence of science.

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Arnie Gundersen

Helen's sites: ifyoulovethisplanet.org http://www.helencaldicott.com Arnie's site: fairewinds.com All info below from: ifyoulovethisplanet.org Arnold Gundersen with the latest on the Fukushima meltdowns; a clip of Dr. Caldicott's speech at the Berlin Chernobyl conference - June 17th, 2011 This week, Dr. Caldicott has an in-depth conversation with Arnold Gundersen, energy advisor with Fairewinds Associates Inc.

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Nanobiosym Chairman and CEO Speaks on Future of Personalized Medicine – Video

Dr. Goel speaks on the future of mobilized and personalized medicine at the Science and Technology in Society Forum in Kyoto, Japan on October 3, 2011.

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The IQ/Race Debate: Discussion with AstriaICOW – Video

Reference List: 1) Considerations Relating to the Study of Group Differences in Intelligence (2007) pps.sagepub.com 2) Genome-wide association studies establish that human intelligence is highly heritable and polygenic (2011) http://www.nature.com 3) Comparing genetic ancestry and self-reported race and ethnicity in a multiethnic population in New York City (2010) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov 4) Race, ethnicity, and genomics: social classifications as proxies of biological heterogeneity (2002) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov 5) Is Homo sapiens polytypic? Human taxonomic diversity and its implications (2010) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov 6) Toward a more uniform sampling of human genetic diversity: A survey of worldwide populations by high-density genotyping (2010) ukpmc.ac.uk 7) Different differences: the use of 'genetic ancestry' versus race in biomedical human genetic research (2011) sss.sagepub.com 8) Racial taxonomy in genomics (2011) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov 9) Race differences in sexual behavior: Testing an evolutionary hypothesis (1987) http://www.sciencedirect.com 10) Nobile, P. (1982)

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Cleaning Water with PLASMA (Brainstorm Ep32) – Video

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Genetic Myth Busters.wmv – Video

See Lyrics Below This video was created in support of Genetic Counselling Awareness Week (November 20-26, 2011) by some brave genetic counsellors in Calgary, Alberta. The theme this year is Genetic Myth Busters. Please enjoy lyrics below.

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Coast To Coast AM – 15.11.2011 – 4/4 – Regenerative Medicine/Dulce Base – Video

MP3 http://www.4shared.com Guests: Anthony F. Sanchez, Christian Wilde Regenerative Medicine: In the first half of Tuesday's show, researcher Christian Wilde talked about the emerging field of regenerative medicine, and how scientists are actually building replacement body parts with stem cells. He announced that Dr.

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Cynthia Kenyon: Experiments that hint of longer lives – Video

http://www.ted.com What controls aging? Biochemist Cynthia Kenyon has found a simple genetic mutation that can double the lifespan of a simple worm, C.

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Stem Cells Could Repair Heart [11-14-2011] – Video

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Individualized Molecular Testing for Personalized Medicine – Video

Dr. Richard Zhao, who is a Professor of Pathology, Microbiology-Immunology and Human Virology at the School of Medicine, University of Maryland Baltimore, discusses individualized molecular testing and personalized medicine. He talks about Theragnostics, Prognomics, and Pharmacogenomics.

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Coast To Coast AM – 15.11.2011 – 3/4 – Regenerative Medicine/Dulce Base – Video

Guests: Anthony F. Sanchez, Christian Wilde

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Stem Cells Could Repair Heart [11-14-2011] – Video

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Genetics Tk – Dragonic Scimitar to Armadyl BeastSword – Video

25 Likes is the aim guys! 😀 Hope you guys enjoyed, I loved making this video 🙂 There will be a claws video tomorrow, hopefully.

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Shaping the Future of Healthcare – Genetic Counseling – Family Medical History – Video

The University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Health Professions Dean Harold P. Jones interviews experts in our school who are tailoring innovative solutions to real world problems

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C2CAM – 2011.11.15 – Dulce Base – Regenerative Medicine – Video

Coast to Coast AM Regenerative Medicine/ Dulce Base Date: 11-15-11 Host: George Noory Guests: Anthony F. Sanchez, Christian Wilde News segment guests: Nick Begich, Dr

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Cholesterol Measurements May Be Made Easier

(HealthDay News) -- Methods to gauge blood cholesterol to determine vascular disease risk can be simplified, researchers in England say.

Their method measures levels of either total or high-density lipoprotein (HDL, or "good" cholesterol) in the blood or apolipoproteins (proteins that help transport cholesterol), without the need to have patients fast and without regard to another form of blood fat called triglycerides.

"Expert opinion is divided" on which combination of measurements is ideal in gauging cardiovascular risk, explained John Danesh, of the Emerging Risk Factors Collaboration Coordinating Centre at the University of Cambridge, and colleagues.

In order to examine the association between major blood fats and apolipoproteins and coronary heart disease and ischemic stroke, the researchers analyzed data on more than 300,000 people without initial vascular disease who took part in 68 long-term studies.

During the follow-up periods of the studies, there were almost 8,900 nonfatal heart attacks, more than 3,900 coronary heart disease deaths, over 2,500 ischemic strokes, 513 hemorrhagic strokes and more than 2,500 unclassified strokes, the study authors noted.

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Limiting Global Warming – The Cancun Agreements

At the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change held in Cancun in 2010, an agreed-upon shared goal should be to limit the global rise in temperature to just 2o centigrade above preindustrial levels. It’s not going to be easy, according to the authors of a paper in Nature Climate Change this month. The authors analyzed 193 different scenarios of future changes in CO2 concentrations in the literature and looked at how they might affect climate change. They found that achieving the target of less than a 2o increase in global temperature will require that CO2 emissions peak in this decade and then begin to decline by 2020.

So far, most countries aren’t taking the necessary actions to reduce their emissions enough (if at all). Unless something changes soon, CO2 emissions will continue to rise beyond 2020 and by the end of this century the global temperature increase will exceed 2o. How high it could go after that, and how global warming will affect life on Earth is anybody’s guess at this point. Climate models are just not good enough yet to predict Earth’s climate accurately into the next century.

Let’s hope there is not a “tipping point” in global warming….

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Testing the Anthrax Vaccine in Children

Adults who participate in scientific studies (to test the efficacy and safety of a vaccine, for example) sometimes do it because it might help future patients, even if they themselves are unlikely to benefit. A good example was the testing of a vaccine for anthrax; the adults who volunteered were unlikely to benefit directly since there is essentially no danger of exposure to anthrax except in the unlikely event of a terrorist attack. Ethically, it is considered acceptable to involve adults in studies that will not benefit them directly, because adults are capable of giving informed consent.

But what about children? The anthrax vaccine has never been tested in children because of an ethical dilemma – who would give informed consent? Is it right to let parents make the decision? Is a child capable of giving informed consent? On the other hand, what will happen if we don’t test the vaccine in children and there is a terrorist attack some day - would a adult dose of anthrax vaccine be appropriate for children? No one knows for sure.

Earlier this month the National Biodefense Science Board (NBSB) recommended that the anthrax vaccine be tested on children now rather than later, provided that the trial is approved by an ethics review board. The board’s argument is that we can experiment now on healthy children, or essentially run a mass experiment on children after there is a terrorist attack, when it may be too late. Of course, their agenda is to protect against a terrorist attack. It will be interesting to see what an ethics review board decides.

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A Fight Over Regulation of E-cigarettes

Remember e-cigarettes – those battery-powered cigarette substitutes that dispense nicotine vapor when the user puffs on them? (See this blog, Sept. 24, 2010). Distributors say that they are virtually free of the cancer-causing agents typically found in cigarettes. They’re legal in Europe, where studies show that they do seem to cause smokers to cut down on cigarette smoking, and that would be a good thing, supposedly. Proponents argue that they are a safer substitute for smoking to give current smokers the nicotine they crave. Opponents argue that they could encourage a whole new generation of nicotine addicts who never smoked.

Just over a year ago the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned e-cigarette manufacturers about making unsubstantiated claims, and signaled its intent to regulate e-cigarettes as “a drug or drug-delivery device”. That would have effectively blocked the importation of e-cigarettes, since they would have had to undergo extensive testing for safety and effectiveness. But that wasn’t the end of it, apparently. In January of this year a federal judge ruled that the FDA could not regulate e-cigarettes as a drug or drug-delivery device. His decision paves the way for the importation and sale of e-cigarettes, at least for now. However, the judge did leave the door open for e-cigarettes to be regulated by the FDA’s tobacco division.

Confused? I am. Simply put, the judge ruled that e-cigarettes should be lumped with cigarettes in terms of government regulation, not with drugs. Either way, the FDA seems determined to block e-cigarette sales in the U.S. Yet, a lot of people think e-cigarettes would do more good than harm.

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Le Grand Serum Ehancing Elixir

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Among all signs of aging, those associated with the skin are naturally the most visible.

While skin quality is partially determined by genetics, cutaneous aging occurs increasingly more prematurely and becomes further exacerbated by the hormonal deficiencies arising with menopause, excess sun exposure and all incidence of oxidative stress due to the harmful effects of free radicals. As a result, a shutdown in estrogen hormone production leads to a reduction in collagen and elastin fibers. The fundamental substance surrounding dermal cells is modified and changes the very cohesion of the cells. Skin becomes slack and loses its suppleness.

Ultraviolet light increases the breakdown rate of skin’s constituent elements by comparison to their production. Consequently, skin becomes thinner and less resistant. Free radicals, the unstable molecules generated by our metabolism, are mostly trapped and transformed into substance by anti-free-radical mechanisms in a young body, but this line of defense loses its effectiveness over time. When free radicals build up excessively within the body, they attack cellular membranes and our precious DNA. They are, therefore, responsible for premature tissue aging, causing collagen breakdown and accentuated wrinkles.

Thinner and less resilient than the skin on the body, facial skin is more exposed to sunlight and all other external aggressors. Accordingly, it requires suitable care.

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Evelyn Lauder Dies, Co-Founder of Pink Ribbon Breast Health Awareness

Evelyn Lauder

Evelyn Lauder Dies, Co-Founder Of Pink Ribbon Breast Health Awareness

Chances are that at some point you’ve donned a small pink ribbon supporting awareness of breast health and efforts to fight breast cancer. Chances are you might not recognize one of the women who brought it to universal prominence. Evelyn Lauder died on Saturday. She was a vice president of the cosmetics corporation founded by Estee’ Lauder, her powerful mother-in-law. The Estee Lauder Companies says Evelyn Lauder, who was 75, died at home in New York of non-genetic ovarian cancer.

It wasn’t her first bout with cancer. Evelyn Lauder spent more than 20 years raising awareness of a different ailment; she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1989, and used her experience to increase awareness of the disease among others. In 1992, Lauder, her husband Leonard, and friend Alexandra Penney, started handing out tiny pink lapel ribbons, according to CBS.

These were distributed at Estee Lauder makeup counters, and many people mistakenly thought it was part of an AIDS awareness campaign. She told CBS:
“There had been no publicity about breast cancer, but a confluence of events - the pink ribbon, the color, the press, partnering with (model) Elizabeth Hurley, having Estee Lauder as an advertiser in so magazines and persuading so many of my friends who are health and beauty editors to do stories about breast health - got people talking.”

The fundraising proceeds also helped Lauder found the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in 1993. She led another fundraising effort that created the Evelyn H. Lauder Breast Center at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.

Her life story is compelling: in addition to the positions she held within the Estee Lauder Companies, she was also an accomplished photographer and recently published a cookbook, according to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. She worked for several years as a New York City public school teacher before she joined the Lauder family business.
Evelyn Lauder said she learned well before her marriage that her mother-in-law was tough; according to the New York Times (paywall), Estee Lauder “implored” Evelyn to run the birthday party for her son, Leonard, and Evelyn’s eventual husband. It was only their second date, but Evelyn accepted. Evelyn said she later spoke more frankly to Estee as she worked in the family business, and credited her childhood as a refugee from the Nazis with her strength of mind.

The report adds Evelyn Lauder escaped Vienna, Austria with her parents in 1938 after Hitler annexed the country. The family eventually arrived in England where they were separated for a time. In 1940, they sailed to New York.

Lauder is survived by her husband, Leonard, two sons, a daughter-in-law, and five grandchildren. Memorial details haven’t been announced.

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Microwave Grilling: How Does It Work?

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Today: how microwave grilling works. How does my Lean Cuisine Microwave Panini grill itself in my microwave? And how come when I microwave other things they just get soggy instead of crispy and grilled? It’s like using a toaster oven or George Forman, but not! What the heck is going on?

Panini

How'd you get so crispy?! Via Lean Cuisine

First, let’s briefly talk about the differences between a regular oven, a toaster oven, and a microwave oven. They all heat your food, but they do it by different means with different results.

In a conventional oven, you don’t want the oven’s burners to be on. You preheat the oven to make all the air inside the oven the same (really hot) temperature. Then you put your food inside and conduction causes the heat to transfer from the hot air to the food. Dry hot air around the food also causes moisture at the surface to evaporate and the surface to become dry and somewhat crispy – that’s why your bread gets crusty on the outside but is still moist on the inside.

In a toaster oven (or just a toaster, or when your oven is on broil) your food gets heated through infrared radiation. When things (like metals) get hot, they vibrate. When they vibrate they emit infrared radiation. The radiation gets absorbed by your food (particularly the outer layer which is directly exposed to the infrared radiation) and heats up and dries out… toasting your morning breakfast or making the perfect garlic bread. This is why you don'’t want to keep opening the oven to check on the food. If you do, all the hot air will escape and the oven will have to turn the heating coils back on to re-pre-heat the oven… this could potentially lead to unintentional toasting of your food.

In a microwave oven, the food gets heated through microwave radiation. Microwaves can penetrate food and they are absorbed by water and fats and sugars… but not absorbed by most plastics or glass or ceramics. The microwaves penetrate food fairly evenly. The foods absorb the microwave energy and convert the energy to heat. The outer layer doesn’t heat any faster than any other part of the food, so there’s no way to make a crispy crust.

So how are we able to grill in a microwave now? It's seems like we made a toaster oven out of a microwave.  At first, I thought it might be some chemical on the outside of the bread that reacted under microwave radiation to create the sensation of a crust. Some special butter or something. Turns out, it’s much simpler. It’s not even really a chemistry answer, it’s more of a physics answer.

It all has to do with the silver Panini tray or the protective Hot Pocket sleeve. It is a really thin metalized film called a susceptor. The metal is usually aluminum. The metal absorbs the microwave radiation and gets really hot. If the susceptor is directly touching your food, it heats the outer layer through conduction like an oven, so it cooks more but doesn’t get too too crispy (this is common in microwave pot pies). If the susceptor does not have good thermal contact with the food, like if it’s behind a paper or separated by a layer of air, it emits the heat as infrared radiation. This toasts (or grills, or broils) the outer layer of your food making my microwave pizza nice and crisp and not limp and soggy.

Susceptor

You can see the susceptor in the grilling tray. via Lunchtime Review


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