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first_imgBELIEVE SHADE OF BEAUTY BELIEVE SHADE OF BEAUTY#ZUGULU ZUGULU A THOUSAND STARS A THOUSAND STARSWESTERN FAITH WESTERN FAITH WESTERN FAITH VALENTINE BOYGOLD MEMBER GOLD MEMBER GANJA MAN DEMOLITION BOYMISS ADDI STAN ROY #STAN ROY STAN ROYJESSE’S FAVORITE JESSE’S FAVORITE JESSE’S FAVORITE #JESSE’S FAVORITETHE REAL RHYTHM THE REAL RHYTHM #THE REAL RHYTHM CUTTERPERFECT FLYER #ROLEX ROLEX PERFECT FLYER#REGALLY BOLD REGALLY BOLD ANOTHER BULLET #REGALLY BOLDFORCE DE JOUR ITALIANO FORCE DE JOUR FORCE DE JOURALI BABA #PETE’SWILDONE ALI BABA ALI BABACHANGE HIM NAME BELIEVE AWESOME CODE SHADE OF BEAUTYZUGULU #ZUGULU A THOUSAND STARS A THOUSAND STARS#WESTERN FAITH WESTERN FAITH WESTERN FAITH WESTERN FAITHGANJA MAN GOLD MEMBER GOLD MEMBER GANJA MAN#STAN ROY STAN ROY TRACKING DANIEL STAN ROYJESSE’S FAVORITE #JESSE’S FAVORITE #JESSE’S FAVORITE #JESSE’S FAVORITETHE REAL RHYTHM EXPRESS TRUCK THE REAL RHYTHM EXPRESS TRUCKDEVIL’S CHILD ROLEX FASTANDFLASHY ROLEXREGALLY BOLD REGALLY BOLD #REGALLY BOLD #ANOTHER BULLETFORCE DE JOUR FORCE DE JOUR FORCE DE JOUR FORCE DE JOURALI BABA FRANFIELD ALI BABA ALI BABACLASSICAL TRAIN BELIEVE #CLASSICAL TRAIN BELIEVE#LIKE A LADY ZUGULU ZUGULU LIKE A LADYWESTERN FAITH WESTERN FAITH WESTERN FAITH WESTERN FAITHCRUCIAL VALOR GOLD MEMBER GOLD MEMBER GANJA MANSTAN ROY MISS ADDI STAN ROY WHO’S BOSSY#JESSE’S FAVORITE #JESSE’S FAVORITE #JESSE’S FAVORITE DOOLAHINEXPRESS TRUCK THE REAL RHYTHM THE REAL RHYTHM CUTTERGRANDE MARQUE PERFECT FLYER ROLEX ROLEXREGALLY BOLD REGALLY BOLD REGALLY BOLD REGALLY BOLDBORDER LINE BORDER LINE FORCE DE JOUR #BORDER LINEALI BABA #PETE’SWILDONE TRADITIONAL PRINCE #PETE’SWILDONESHADE OF BEAUTY SHADE OF BEAUTYZUGULU ZUGULUWESTERN FAITH #DAINTY DOTTIEGOLD MEMBER GANJA MANSTAN ROY STAN ROYJESSE’S FAVORITE #JESSE’S FAVORITE#CUTTER THE REAL RHYTHM#FASTANDFLASHY PERFECT FLYERREGALLY BOLD REGALLY BOLDFORCE DE JOUR FORCE DE JOURALI BABA PETE’SWILDONElast_img read more

Diet and weight may influence response to bipolar disorder treatment shows study

first_imgReviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Oct 8 2018Data from a clinical trial has shown that how people respond to treatment for Bipolar Disorder may be influenced by their weight and the overall quality of their diet, including whether they are eating a diet high in foods thought to contribute to general inflammation. These are early results, but if replicated may mean that treatment of some mental health problems could benefit from the inclusion of dietary advice. This is presented at the ECNP Conference in Barcelona.Bipolar Disorder (which used to be called ‘manic depression’) is characterised by episodes of mood swings, between being very up or very down with periods in between the two extremes. The fact that there are two opposite sets of symptoms means that finding an effective treatment is difficult. While current medications are useful, they are better at targeting mania symptoms (the ‘up’ phase), leaving a lack of effective treatment for people experiencing depressive episodes. Now a group of Australian, German and American scientists have shown those who have a high quality diet, a less inflammatory diet, and/or a low BMI (Body Mass Index) may respond better to an add-on nutraceutical treatment provided as part of a clinical trial.”If we can confirm these results, then it’s good news for people with Bipolar Disorder, as there is a great need for better treatments for the depressive phase of Bipolar Disorder” said lead researcher Melanie Ashton of Deakin University in Australia.A total of 133 participants were randomly assigned to take a combination of nutraceuticals (compounds derived from foods such as vitamins or minerals that treat or prevent a disease or disorder) including the anti-inflammatory amino acid n-acetylcysteine (NAC), or NAC alone, or a placebo (a dummy pill) for 16 weeks. Participants received the study medication in addition to any stable treatments they were already receiving. Researchers measured BMI at the beginning of the study, and then measured depression and how a person is able to function in their day to day life. Researchers also rated whether a participant was improving and, if so, how much, over the next 20 weeks. Participants filled in a questionnaire about what they usually eat over the year and researchers calculated a diet quality score, where good diets included a healthy diet with lots of fruit and vegetables, whereas poorer-quality diets had more saturated fat, refined carbohydrates and alcohol. These types of diets were then categorised as either anti-inflammatory or pro-inflammatory based on foods that affect inflammation.Related StoriesDiet and physical exercise do not reduce risk of gestational diabetesHigh-fat, low-carbohydrate diet may improve brain function and memory in older adultsHigh salt intake inhibits tumor growth in mice, shows studyMelanie Ashton continued, “We found that people who had a better-quality diet, a diet with anti-inflammatory properties, or a lower BMI, showed better response to add-on nutraceutical treatment than did those who reported a low-quality diet, or a diet including foods that promote inflammation, or who were overweight.What this means, if these results can be repeated in a larger trial, is that treatment for Bipolar Disorder would need to take into account what a person eats and their weight.There are some points we need to note about this study. This is a randomised, controlled trial, but what we found were exploratory outcomes; in other words, it wasn’t the main result that we were testing. Our result is statistically significant, but because the study wasn’t specifically designed to test the effect of diet quality,inflammatory diets and BMI on drug response in general, it is necessary to see the work replicated in a larger study before any firm conclusions can be formed”.Commenting, Professor Eduard Vieta (Barcelona) said:”This is interesting work, which holds out the possibility that patients with Bipolar Disorder may benefit from a balanced diet. However, it is an early study, and we need more research before we can think whether this might affect clinical practice”.Professor Vieta was not involved in this work, it is an independent comment. Source:https://www.ecnp.eu/last_img read more

UCLA biologists uncover how head injuries can lead to serious brain disorders

first_img“Knowing which genes in which cells are changing in a particular person can lead to the right treatment for that person,” said Yang, who is a member of UCLA’s Institute for Quantitative and Computational Biology.Gomez-Pinilla, who also is a member of UCLA’s Brain Injury Research Center, describes the new research as an advance in precision medicine, which holds the promise of individualized treatments for diseases. Reviewed by Alina Shrourou, B.Sc. (Editor)Nov 17 2018UCLA biologists have discovered how head injuries adversely affect individual cells and genes that can lead to serious brain disorders. The life scientists provide the first cell “atlas” of the hippocampus — the part of the brain that helps regulate learning and memory — when it is affected by traumatic brain injury. The team also proposes gene candidates for treating brain diseases associated with traumatic brain injury, such as Alzheimer’s disease and post-traumatic stress disorder.The researchers studied more than 6,000 cells in 15 hippocampal cell types — the first study of individual cell types subject to brain trauma. Each cell has the same DNA, but which genes are activated varies among different cell types. Among the 15 cell types are two that were previously unknown, each with a unique set of active genes.”Every cell type is different,” said Fernando Gomez-Pinilla, a UCLA professor of neurosurgery and of integrative biology and physiology, and co-senior author of the study, which was published in the journal Nature Communications.The biologists found that hundreds of genes are adversely affected by mild traumatic brain injury, such as a concussion. These altered genes can later lead to Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other diseases.The researchers reproduced a concussion-like brain injury in mice, and studied other mice that did not receive a brain injury. The researchers analyzed thousands of cells in the hippocampus of both groups of mice. Among their findings: The mice without an injury had very low levels in 14 of the 15 cell types of a gene called Ttr that regulates metabolism, controls thyroid hormones and performs other functions. Brain trauma increased the level of Ttr in essentially all of the cell types, the researchers found. They concluded Ttr is important to brain health and may function to bring more thyroid hormone to the brain to maintain metabolism. A thyroid hormone called T4 was injected in mice. T4 improved traumatic brain injury-induced learning deficits and reversed changes in 93 genes that affect learning and memory. This reversal in damage caused by traumatic brain injury is a major new finding. After brain injury, metabolism is substantially reduced. The biologists think T4 may “reboot” metabolism. Researchers found evidence that at least 12 of 15 cell types are negatively affected by brain trauma, some more strongly than others. The researchers were able to see how genes that have been linked to Alzheimer’s disease acted within different cell types, providing new details about where these genes act when they are affected by brain trauma. “We are learning which cell types we may want to target in future research,” said Xia Yang, a senior author of the study and a UCLA associate professor of integrative biology and physiology. “Maybe Alzheimer’s disease-related genes do not have to be active in all different cell types.” For the first time, the biologists found several genes that are affected by traumatic brain injury, which has recently been linked to neurotic behavior in humans. Traumatic brain injury has been associated with depression, anxiety and schizophrenia. This research could lead to new treatments for these conditions. Injury to the brain can lead to what is known as post-traumatic epilepsy. The researchers found a gene that could serve as a potential target for treating this kind of epilepsy. Traumatic brain injury causes changes in how cells communicate with one another (see attached image).center_img Source:http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/ucla-cell-study-reveals-how-head-injuries-lead-to-serious-brain-diseaseslast_img read more

17528 rape cases reported in Odisha in 10 years Minister

first_img Indo Asian News Agency BhubaneswarJuly 15, 2019UPDATED: July 15, 2019 15:34 IST The police have registered 563 murder cases up to May this year.(image for representation)HIGHLIGHTS17,528 rape and 13,246 murder cases have been reported in OdishaThe police have registered 563 murder cases up to May this yearThe police have registered 18,524 rioting related cases from 2010-2019As much as 17,528 rape and 13,246 murder cases have been reported in Odisha in last 10 years, said a minister on Monday.Minister of State for Home Dibya Sankar Mishra informed this while replying to a written question by Congress MLA Narasingh Mishra in the Assembly.Dibya Sankar Mishra said that 17,528 rape cases and 13,246 murder cases have been reported from 2010 to 2019 (up to May).He said that 937 rape cases have been registered till May this year, while 2,502 cases were reported in 2018 and 2,221 in 2017.The police have registered 563 murder cases up to May this year. In 2018, the figure was 1,378.A total of 45,628 cognizable crimes have been registered up to May in 2019, informed the Minister.The police have registered 18,524 rioting related cases from 2010-2019.Meanwhile, the Odisha Assembly on Monday witnessed pandemonium over the law and order problem in the state. Both the Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party created ruckus in the Assembly over rising crimes in the state.Also read | Delhi: Police hunts BJP leader’s speedster nephew who did stunts around Rashtrapati BhavanAlso read | 107 Congress, TMC, CPM MLAs will join BJP, claims Mukul RoyAlso watch | Leaderless Congress headed towards self-destruction?For the latest World Cup news, live scores and fixtures for World Cup 2019, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for World Cup news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byPooja Mishra Tags :Follow RapeFollow OdishaFollow Crime 17,528 rape cases reported in Odisha in 10 years: MinisterMinister of State for Home Dibya Sankar Mishra informed this while replying to a written question by Congress MLA Narasingh Mishra in the Assembly.advertisement Nextlast_img read more

Handlers Thought This Owl Was Male for 23 Years —Then He Laid

first_img Whooo’s in There? Amazing Images of Owls An eagle owl named Kaln lived for 23 years at a sanctuary in Gloucester, England. For that whole length of time, its handlers thought it was a male. Then, according to Vincent Jones, founder and trustee of the sanctuary, it laid an egg. The egg wasn’t fertilized, Jones told Live Science, so Kaln won’t get to mother a chick. But still, it was a big surprise to all of Kaln’s handlers. “I think he was just as shocked as we were,” Jones said. [Photos: Salmon-Eating Owls Revealed in Stunning Images]Advertisement Sexing owls is tricky, because males and females outwardly have more or less identical bodies, according to a study published Jan. 24, 2008, in the Journal of Heredity. Unlike mammals and other creatures, there’s no obvious difference even between their genitals. Kaln inspects his egg. Credit: The Barn Owl Centre Originally published on Live Science.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeVikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 min and see why everyone is addicted!Vikings: Free Online GameUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndoEditorChoice.comSee What The World’s Largest Dog Looks LikeEditorChoice.comUndoNucificTop Dr. Reveals The 1 Nutrient Your Gut Must HaveNucificUndoScience10140 Photos That Will Help You Understand Weird Dog And Cat BehaviorsScience101UndoFinance101Oprah’s Mansion Costs $90 Million, And This Is What It Looks LikeFinance101Undo Pretty Bird: Images of a Clever Parrotcenter_img Penguin Selfie Offers Bird’s Eye ViewCurious Emperor penguins have been captured in Antarctica getting up close and personal on film. The vision was filmed at the Auster Rookery near Australia’s Mawson research stationAustralian Antarctic expeditioner, Eddie Gault, left the camera on the ice when visiting the rookery, and it didn’t take long for the naturally curious birds to seize the opportunity for a selfie.Credit: Eddie Gault/Australian Antarctic DivisionVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Better Bug Sprays?01:33 facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接https://www.livescience.com/65809-male-seeming-owl-lays-egg.html?jwsource=cl已复制直播00:0000:3700:37Your Recommended Playlist01:33Better Bug Sprays?01:08Why Do French Fries Taste So Bad When They’re Cold?04:24Sperm Whale Befriends Underwater Robot00:29Robot Jumps Like a Grasshopper, Rolls Like a Ball00:29Video – Giggly Robot02:31Surgical Robotics关闭  Happy Feet: A Gallery of Pudgy Penguins Plus, Jones said, his sanctuary has no interest in the biological sexes of the birds it takes in. Most of them are rescued from lives as pets or captive working birds, he said. And the sanctuary has no interest in breeding captive owls, only rehabilitating them. “We have 46 birds,” Jones said. “If they have the behavior of a male, we say they’re male. If they have the behavior of a female, we say they’re female.” Typically, according to the National Aviary, Eurasian eagle owl females lay up to six eggs across a month-long period in late winter. [Whooo Knew? 10 Superb Facts About Owls] Kaln never did that though in his 23 years at the sanctuary, Jones said. “He’s always shown signs of being a male,” Jones added. Many of the male birds in the sanctuary “imprint” on their human handlers and treat them as mates, he said. And during breeding season, “Kaln always wants to bonk everything,” he said. Even genetic tests don’t always show a clear distinction between male-sexed owls from female-sexed owls in many species, according to that 2008 paper. Female-sex birds have Z and W chromosomes, while male-sex birds have two Z chromosomes. But those chromosomes can be similar enough that they’re difficult to distinguish. The authors of that paper specifically tried to distinguish the genes of male and female Eurasian eagle owls and failed. The egg hasn’t changed how the sanctuary views Kaln, Jones said. “It’s no different than people. There’s no difference between male and female. We’re all individuals,” he said. “Kaln is an individual. He’s a very special individual. Now we say he’s a tomboy.” The larger concern is that around the same time the bird laid its egg, it began acting “depressed” and displaying some health issues that turned out to be unrelated. Today (June 27), however, Jones said that Kaln has seemed more active and upbeat. “And that’s what really matters isn’t it? The health of the owl,” Jones said.last_img read more