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Heritability of specific cognitive functions and associations with schizophrenia spectrum disorders using CANTAB: a nation-wide twin study.
CONCLUSIONS: This study provides further evidence that some cognitive functions are heritable and associated with schizophrenia, suggesting a partially shared genetic etiology. These functions may constitute endophenotypes for the disorder and provide a basis to explore genes common to cognition and schizophrenia. PMID: 32779562 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: Psychological Medicine - August 11, 2020 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Lemvigh CK, Brouwer RM, Pantelis C, Jensen MH, Hilker RW, Legind CS, Anhøj SJ, Robbins TW, Sahakian BJ, Glenthøj BY, Fagerlund B Tags: Psychol Med Source Type: research
AI Could Help Track Response to Anti-VEGF Therapy for Diabetic Macular Edema AI Could Help Track Response to Anti-VEGF Therapy for Diabetic Macular Edema
Artificial intelligence analysis of imaging data could help monitor treatment response in patients with diabetic macular edema undergoing treatment with anti-VEGF, a new study shows.Reuters Health Information
Source: Medscape Ophthalmology Headlines - August 10, 2020 Category: Opthalmology Tags: Ophthalmology News Source Type: news
Implementing Artificial-intelligence Wristbands to Help in Recording Seizures
Condition: Epilepsy Intervention: Device: Embrace Sponsor: Taichung Veterans General Hospital Recruiting
Source: ClinicalTrials.gov - August 10, 2020 Category: Research Source Type: clinical trials
Mesothelioma Clinical Trials Resume After COVID-19 Disruption
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck earlier this year, clinical trials at medical centers around the world slowed enrollment or placed trial activities on hold. As businesses begin to reopen in the United States, more treatment centers are resuming mesothelioma study activities and ramping up enrollment. Clinical research trials offer patients access to experimental mesothelioma treatments that haven’t yet been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These treatments may provide higher chances of survival than the current standard of care. “So far, every patient I have seen during the COVID-19 pandemic has ...
Source: Asbestos and Mesothelioma News - August 10, 2020 Category: Environmental Health Authors: Fran Mannino Source Type: news
UCSF Researchers Discover COVID-19 Coronavirus Evolved to Grow Tentacles and Use Them to Infect Other Cells!
Study scientists identified several currently available drugs that could inhibit growth of these “streaming filaments,” which infected cells use to go after non-infected cells Like a scene from a bad horror movie, scientists have discovered that SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic, may be even more sinister and macabre than previously thought. The […]
Source: Dark Daily - August 10, 2020 Category: Laboratory Medicine Authors: Jude Tags: Instruments & Equipment Laboratory Instruments & Laboratory Equipment Laboratory News Laboratory Pathology anatomic pathology clinical laboratory clinical pathology Coronavirus COVID-19 Dark Daily dark intelligence group Dark Report Source Type: news
Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?
By Jan LundiusSTOCKHOLM / ROME, Aug 10 2020 (IPS) COVID-19 has become a scourge affecting all levels of human society – morals, behaviour, human interaction, economy and politics. The pandemic has wrecked havoc on our way of being and its impact will remain huge and all-encompassing. It is not only affecting our globally shared existence, it is also changing what has been called ”the little life”, i.e. our own way of thinking and being, our personal life situation and the one of those close to us; people we love and depend upon – our friends and family. COVID-19 has so far mainly contaminated humans, though since ...
Source: IPS Inter Press Service - Health - August 10, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Jan Lundius Tags: Economy & Trade Environment Featured Global Headlines Health Humanitarian Emergencies TerraViva United Nations Source Type: news
Sensors, Vol. 20, Pages 4472: Vehicle Classification Based on FBG Sensor Arrays Using Neural Networks
This article is focused on the automatic classification of passing vehicles through an experimental platform using optical sensor arrays. The amount of data generated from various sensor systems is growing proportionally every year. Therefore, it is necessary to look for more progressive solutions to these problems. Methods of implementing artificial intelligence are becoming a new trend in this area. At first, an experimental platform with two separate groups of fiber Bragg grating sensor arrays (horizontally and vertically oriented) installed into the top pavement layers was created. Interrogators were connected to senso...
Source: Sensors - August 10, 2020 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Michal Frniak Miroslav Markovic Patrik Kamencay Jozef Dubovan Miroslav Benco Milan Dado Tags: Article Source Type: research
Early delay of gratification predicts later inhibitory control and academic performance in children with prenatal alcohol exposure.
Abstract Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) affects 2-5% of the children in the United States. In the preschool age-range, inhibitory deficits frequently manifest as impaired ability to delay gratification, which is associated with deficits in cognitive flexibility in these children. The goal of this longitudinal study was to determine whether the ability to delay gratification in preschool children with FASD is (1) associated with broader manifestations in temperament and behavior; (2) predictive of later inhibitory control, cognitive flexibility and working memory in middle childhood; and (3) predictive of l...
Source: Child Neuropsychology - August 10, 2020 Category: Child Development Authors: de Water E, Krueger AM, Lindgren CW, Fuglestad AJ, Rockhold MN, Sandness KE, Eckerle JK, Fink BA, Boys CJ, Wozniak JR Tags: Child Neuropsychol Source Type: research
Challenge-Enabled Machine Learning to Drug-Response Prediction
AbstractIn recent decades, the advancement of computational algorithms and the availability of big data have enabled artificial intelligence (AI) to dramatically improve predictive performance in nearly all research areas. Specifically, machine learning (ML) techniques, a major branch of AI, have been widely used in many tasks of drug discovery and development, including predicting treatment effects, identifying target genes and functional pathways, as well as selecting potential biomarkers. However, in practice, blindly applying ML methods may lead to common pitfalls, including overfitting and lack of generalizability. Th...
Source: The AAPS Journal - August 10, 2020 Category: Drugs & Pharmacology Source Type: research
Real-time assessment of video images for esophageal squamous cell carcinoma invasion depth using artificial intelligence
ConclusionsMost diagnostic parameters were higher when done by the AI system than by the experts. These results suggest that our AI system could potentially provide useful support during endoscopies.
Source: Journal of Gastroenterology - August 10, 2020 Category: Gastroenterology Source Type: research
Death by Expert: Cognitive Bias in the Diagnosis of Mild Intellectual Disability 44 Law & Psychology Review 2019-2020
Death by Expert: Cognitive Bias in the Diagnosis of Mild Intellectual Disability 44 Law& Psychology Review 2019-2020 https://heinonline.org/HOL/LandingPage?handle=hein.journals/lpsyr44&div=5&id=&page=
Source: Intelligent Insights on Intelligence Theories and Tests (aka IQ's Corner) - August 8, 2020 Category: Neuroscience Source Type: blogs
A Sinking Feeling
God finally let His feelings on Trump be known when He sank those rally-boats. Knowing Trumpists, by nature, would ignore sensible rules andbe unconcerned for fellow boaters, creating undrained swamping was easy. “Make Liberals Cry,” said a sign on one of them. Ironic. Rather than feeling concerned for the lost boats, though, let’s agree all boats matter and move on. Speaking of BLM, responding to last week ’s column, a reader renamed them “Behave Like Monkeys.” On lake and land, one’s impression of Trumpists is confirmed. Are blind racism and curated hate for liberals enough to justify voting...
Source: Surgeonsblog - August 8, 2020 Category: Surgery Authors: Sid Schwab Source Type: blogs
Long-term beneficial effects of an online mind-body training program on stress and psychological outcomes in female healthcare providers: A non-randomized controlled study
Mind-body training (MBT) programs are effective interventions for relieving stress and improving psychological capabilities. To expand our previous study which demonstrated the short-term effects of an 8-week online MBT program, the present study investigated whether those short-term effects persist up to a month after the end of the intervention. Among previous participants, 56 (64%) participated in this follow-up study, 25 in the MBT group and 31 in the control group. Outcome measures included the stress response, emotional intelligence, resilience, coping strategies, positive and negative affect, and anger expression o...
Source: Medicine - August 7, 2020 Category: Internal Medicine Tags: Research Article: Observational Study Source Type: research
Evaluation of cognitive impairment in a French sample of patients with restrictive anorexia nervosa: two distinct profiles emerged with differences in impaired functions and psychopathological symptoms.
CONCLUSION: Our results highlight cognitive impairment in patients with AN who had normal premorbid IQ. Two distinct profiles emerge. In clinical practice, these results open up perspectives for the development of more specific cognitive remediation programs (one specific program for cold cognitions and another specific program targeting emotions and hot cognitions). These results warrant confirmation by larger studies with a more specific evaluation of the impact of emotional status. Trial registration NTC02381639, Date of registration. March 6, 2015. PMID: 32767255 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: Eating and weight disorders : EWD - August 7, 2020 Category: Eating Disorders & Weight Management Authors: Cholet J, Rousselet M, Donnio Y, Burlot M, Pere M, Lambert S, Rocher B, Chirio-Espitalier M, Eyzop E, Grall-Bronnec M Tags: Eat Weight Disord Source Type: research
Emerging Clinical Technology: Application of Machine Learning to Chronic Pain Assessments Based on Emotional Body Maps
AbstractDepression and anxiety co-occur with chronic pain, and all three are thought to be caused by dysregulation of shared brain systems related to emotional processing associated with body sensations. Understanding the connection between emotional states, pain, and bodily sensations may help understand chronic pain conditions. We developed a mobile platform for measuring pain, emotions, and associated bodily feelings in chronic pain patients in their daily life conditions. Sixty-five chronic back pain patients reported the intensity of their pain, 11 emotional states, and the corresponding body locations. These variab...
Source: Neurotherapeutics - August 7, 2020 Category: Neurology Source Type: research
Artificial intelligence in intensive care medicine
Source: Intensive Care Medicine - August 7, 2020 Category: Intensive Care Source Type: research
Organophosphate Pesticides Exposure during Fetal Development and IQ Scores in 3 and 4-Year Old Canadian Children.
CONCLUSION: Urinary metabolites of organophosphate pesticides were not associated with IQ in girls, but we observed that higher maternal urinary DEAPs were associated with poorer Verbal IQ in boys. However, exposure misclassification may be an issue as only one urine sample per woman was analysed. The present study contributes to the accumulating evidence linking exposure to organophosphate pesticides during fetal development with poorer cognitive function in children, bringing data on the risks in a context of low exposure levels encountered in primarily urban populations from Canada. PMID: 32777276 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: Environmental Research - August 7, 2020 Category: Environmental Health Authors: Nkinsa PN, Muckle G, Ayotte P, Lanphear B, Arbuckle TE, Fraser W, Bouchard MF Tags: Environ Res Source Type: research
Mental Health in the Digital Realm
In the time of a global health crisis, when we are asked to close our doors and forced into isolation, we are left feeling deeply uncomfortable and disconnected. We have no option but to sit, stew and stir in our thoughts and emotions. The one thing that is keeping us sane, helping us feel connected and cared for and allowing us to move through the day, is the digital world. The online space is increasingly being recognized as a platform to encourage conversations around mental health. Whether it is noticing symptoms, exploring ways to cope or validating a person’s experience, it has transformed into a tool to champion t...
Source: World of Psychology - August 6, 2020 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Rhea Mathews Tags: Friends Minding the Media Racism Relationships Stigma Technology LGBTQ Media Platforms social media Source Type: blogs
Your Giant Pumpkin
One of my favorite business books is The Pumpkin Plan by Mike Michalowicz. It uses the analogy of growing giant pumpkins and applies it to building a business. The basic idea is to figure out who your best customers or clients are, so you can specifically tailor your business to serving them well. Then ideally you’ll attract more people like them and build a thriving business that’s also a joy to run. Here’s the key though: To grow a giant pumpkin, you need to pluck the smaller pumpkins off the vine – whichever pumpkins aren’t good candidates for eventually becoming giant ones. Ultimately yo...
Source: Steve Pavlina's Personal Development Blog - August 6, 2020 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Steve Pavlina Tags: Lifestyle Productivity Source Type: blogs
Epidemiology of measles during the COVID-19 pandemic, a description of the surveillance data, 29 EU/EEA countries and the United Kingdom, January to May 2020
The number of measles cases declined in European Union/European Economic Area countries and the United Kingdom in 2020. Reported cases to The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control decreased from 710 to 54 between January and May. Epidemic intelligence screening observed a similar trend. Under-diagnoses and under-reporting during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic should be ruled out before concluding reduced measles circulation is because of social distancing and any community control measures taken to control COVID-19.
Source: Eurosurveillance - August 6, 2020 Category: Infectious Diseases Authors: Nathalie Nicolay, Grazina Mirinaviciute, Thomas Mollet, Lucia Pastore Celentano and Sabrina Bacci Source Type: research
What ' s At Stake
How inured we ’ve become to Trump’s atrocities. The Republican-majority Senate Intelligence Committee just released its final report on Trump/Russia, and it’s been practically ignored, especially by Republicans. It’s damning. They concluded Trump and Roger Stone lied to Robert Mueller, and that Trump’s first campaign manager “represented a grave counterintelligence threat,” and did business with “a Russian intelligence officer.” The Republican-led investigation also concluded the White House “significantly hampered” their efforts, and coordinated the testimony of witnesses before they appea...
Source: Surgeonsblog - August 6, 2020 Category: Surgery Authors: Sid Schwab Source Type: blogs
Imaging of COVID-19 pneumonia: Patterns, pathogenesis, and advances.
Abstract COVID-19 pneumonia is a newly recognized lung infection. Initially, CT imaging was demonstrated to be one of the most sensitive tests for the detection of infection. Currently, with broader availability of polymerase chain reaction for disease diagnosis, CT is mainly used for the identification of complications and other defined clinical indications in hospitalized patients. Nonetheless, radiologists are interpreting lung imaging in unsuspected patients as well as in suspected patients with imaging obtained to rule out other relevant clinical indications. The knowledge of pathological findings is also cru...
Source: The British Journal of Radiology - August 6, 2020 Category: Radiology Authors: Nagpal P, Narayanasamy S, Vidholia A, Guo J, Shin KM, Lee CH, Hoffman EA Tags: Br J Radiol Source Type: research
Experimental dyspnoea interferes with locomotion and cognition: a randomised trial
Conclusion Our data suggest that respiratory threshold loading to elicit dyspnoea had a major impact on locomotion and cognitive function in healthy adults.
Source: European Respiratory Journal - August 6, 2020 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Lawi, D., Dupuis-Lozeron, E., Berra, G., Allali, G., Similowski, T., Adler, D. Tags: Respiratory clinical practice Original Articles: Dyspnoea Source Type: research
A New Active Locomotion Capsule Endoscopy under Magnetic Control and Automated Reading Program.
This article describes the ongoing developments regarding external CE locomotion using magnetic force, artificial intelligence-based interpretation, and image-enhancing technologies with the CE system. PMID: 32746536 [PubMed]
Source: Clinical Endoscopy - August 5, 2020 Category: Gastroenterology Tags: Clin Endosc Source Type: research
Nice Video Streaming Business You Got There …
Julian SanchezOn Monday, Americans witnessed a stunningly brazen act of what can only be called political gangsterism. Speaking from the White House, Donald Trump declared that for “security reasons” the popular video sharing platform TikTok—which is owned by a Chinese company called ByteDance—would be “shut down” in the United States on September 15, unless it were purchased by Microsoft or another American firm. Moreover, since the government was effectively forc ing the sale by threatening to shutter TikTok, Trump expected the U.S. Treasury to get a piece of the action—though the exact legal mechanism by w...
Source: Cato-at-liberty - August 5, 2020 Category: American Health Authors: Julian Sanchez Source Type: blogs
How Exercise Affects Your Mood?
"It is exercise alone that supports the spirits, and keeps the mind in vigour."- Marcus Tullius Cicero What is wellbeing? Wellbeing is defined as ‘a positive physical, social and mental state’. In this article, we are focusing on mental wellbeing. Mental wellbeing does not have a single universal definition, but it does encompass several factors such as: The sense of feeling good about ourselves and being able to function well individually and/or even in relationshipsThe ability to deal with the ups and downs of life, such as coping with various challenges and making the most of such opportunitiesThe feelin...
Source: PickTheBrain | Motivation and Self Improvement - August 5, 2020 Category: Consumer Health News Authors: Trishna Patnaik Tags: featured health and fitness motivation philosophy self-improvement exercise improve your mood pickthebrain Source Type: blogs
Finally, One Area Where We Don ’t Think We’re Better Than Others: Remembering Names
By Matthew Warren We tend to see ourselves as better than our peers across a whole range of traits and skills. We think we’re more environmentally friendly, morally superior, and more observant than those around us. The bias can even spill over to our perceptions of our loved ones: we overestimate the intelligence of our romantic partners, for instance. But according to a new study in Psychology and Aging there’s one domain where we don’t see ourselves as “better than average”: remembering other people’s names. Past work has shown that the better-than-average effect is less likely to occur for tasks tha...
Source: BPS RESEARCH DIGEST - August 5, 2020 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: BPS Research Digest Tags: Language Memory Social Source Type: blogs
Artificial intelligence for performance prediction of organic solvent nanofiltration membranes
Publication date: Available online 4 August 2020Source: Journal of Membrane ScienceAuthor(s): Jiahui Hu, Changsu Kim, Peter Halasz, Jeong F. Kim, Jiyong Kim, Gyorgy Szekely
Source: Journal of Membrane Science - August 5, 2020 Category: Materials Science Source Type: research
Using artificial intelligence to smell the roses
Study applies machine learning to smell, with possible applications in flavors and fragrances More at https://www.nsf.gov/discoveries/disc_summ.jsp?cntn_id=300998&WT.mc_id=USNSF_1 This is a Research News item.
Source: NSF Discoveries - August 5, 2020 Category: Science Source Type: research
Reinforcement learning in synthetic gene circuits.
Abstract Synthetic gene circuits allow programming in DNA the expression of a phenotype at a given environmental condition. The recent integration of memory systems with gene circuits opens the door to their adaptation to new conditions and their re-programming. This lays the foundation to emulate neuromorphic behaviour and solve complex problems similarly to artificial neural networks. Cellular products such as DNA or proteins can be used to store memory in both digital and analog formats, allowing cells to be turned into living computing devices able to record information regarding their previous states. In part...
Source: Biochemical Society Transactions - August 5, 2020 Category: Biochemistry Authors: Racovita A, Jaramillo A Tags: Biochem Soc Trans Source Type: research
Artificial Intelligence in Neuroradiology: A Smart Prospective Peer Reviewer
Publication date: Available online 4 August 2020Source: Academic RadiologyAuthor(s): Aristides A. Capizzano
Source: Academic Radiology - August 4, 2020 Category: Radiology Source Type: research
AI-Enabled ECG Can Identify Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction
TUESDAY, Aug. 4, 2020 -- For patients presenting to the emergency department with dyspnea, an artificial intelligence-enabled electrocardiogram (AI-ECG) can identify left ventricular systolic dysfunction (LVSD; defined as left ventricular ejection...
Source: Drugs.com - Pharma News - August 4, 2020 Category: Pharmaceuticals Source Type: news
4 Examples Of Merging Gaming & Digital Health
Pausing to check his map, Sam confirms that he is on the right track for his next delivery, only 2 kilometres left. He takes the opportunity to quench his thirst and check if his delivery load is securely attached to his back; some contain fragile vials of medicines and digital pills susceptible to damage if handled inappropriately. After making sure of the integrity of those packages, Sam takes a final look at his surroundings. “It’s quite peaceful with nobody around,” he thinks to himself and resumes his path. Upon arrival at his destination, his gear is disinfected before he has access to the inte...
Source: The Medical Futurist - August 4, 2020 Category: Information Technology Authors: Prans Tags: Artificial Intelligence Augmented Reality Digital Health Research Healthcare Design Healthcare Policy Telemedicine & Smartphones Virtual Reality fda gamification Fitbit covid19 Apple Watch WHO gaming roche MySugr Foldit A Source Type: blogs
The Neuropsychological Norms for the U.S.-Mexico Border Region in Spanish (NP-NUMBRS) Project: Overview and considerations for life span research and evidence-based practice: The Clinical Neuropsychologist: Vol 0, No 0
ConclusionsThis project: 1) shows that the NP-NUMBRS norms consistently outperformed previously published norms for English-speaking non-Hispanic (White and African-American) adults in identifying impairment; 2) explores the role of Spanish-English bilingualism in test performance; and 3) provides support for the diagnostic validity of these norms in detecting HIV-associated neurocognitive impairment. Study limitations include the limited assessment of sociocultural variables and generalizability (e.g., other Latina/o populations, age limit [19 − 60 years]). Future research is needed to: 1) investigate these norms...
Source: Intelligent Insights on Intelligence Theories and Tests (aka IQ's Corner) - August 4, 2020 Category: Neuroscience Source Type: blogs
COVID-19, racial disparities among topics at Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery Meeting
(Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery) The next frontier in neurointerventional surgery, including advances in stroke triage and management, innovations in artificial intelligence and robotics in endovascular surgery, new findings on racial disparities in stroke treatment and the neurologic impact of COVID-19 are a few of the topics that will be covered at the Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery's (SNIS) 17th Annual Meeting taking place virtually August 4-7, 2020.
Source: EurekAlert! - Social and Behavioral Science - August 4, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Source Type: news
NIH funds Dartmouth and Tufts AI tool to help doctors cure cancer
(Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth) Using artificial intelligence to cure cancer may sound like science-fiction, but Eugene Santos Jr., a professor of engineering at Dartmouth, disagrees. Santos is the Principal Investigator of a new five-year program to develop such a tool, dubbed the Pathway Hypothesis Knowledgebase, with anticipated funding totaling $3.4 million from the National Institutes of Health.
Source: EurekAlert! - Biology - August 4, 2020 Category: Biology Source Type: news
Early detection of pancreatic cancer
Purpose of review Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death and with a dismal 5-year survival of 10%. Poor survival of pancreatic cancer is mostly due to its presentation and diagnosis at a late stage. The present article aims to update clinicians with recent progress in the field of early detection of pancreatic cancer. Recent findings Pancreatic cancer screening is not recommended in the general population due to its low prevalence. In this review, we discuss high-risk groups for pancreatic cancer, including inherited predisposition to pancreatic cancer, new-onset diabetes, mucinous pancreatic cys...
Source: Current Opinion in Gastroenterology - August 4, 2020 Category: Gastroenterology Tags: PANCREAS: Edited by Timothy B. Gardner Source Type: research
Precision medicine for pancreatic diseases
We describe and contrast the strengths of precision medicine with Western medicine, and complex trait genetics with Mendelian genetics. Classic genetics focuses on highly penetrant pathogenic variants in a single gene believed to cause or confer a high risk for well-defined phenotypes. However, a minority of disorders have a single gene cause. Further, even individuals with identical Mendelian disease-associated genotypes may exhibit substantial phenotypic variability indicative of genetic and environmental modifiers. Still, most diseases are considered complex traits (or complex diseases). Recent findings New insights ...
Source: Current Opinion in Gastroenterology - August 4, 2020 Category: Gastroenterology Tags: PANCREAS: Edited by Timothy B. Gardner Source Type: research
Computational Goals, Values and Decision-Making
AbstractConsidering the popular framing of an artificial intelligence as a rational agent that always seeks to maximise its expected utility, referred to as its goal, one of the features attributed to such rational agents is that they will never select an action which will change their goal. Therefore, if such an agent is to be friendly towards humanity, one argument goes, we must understand how to specify this friendliness in terms of a utility function. Wolfhart Totschnig (Fully Autonomous AI, Science and Engineering Ethics, 2020), argues in contrast that a fully autonomous agent will have the ability to change its utili...
Source: Science and Engineering Ethics - August 4, 2020 Category: Medical Ethics Source Type: research
Editorial: Shaping Ethical Futures in Brain-Based and Artificial Intelligence Research
Source: Science and Engineering Ethics - August 4, 2020 Category: Medical Ethics Source Type: research
Seven evidence-based reasons to start meditating yesterday
Yes, starting today is OK too. I started meditating soon after 9/11. I was living in Manhattan, an already chaotic place, at an extremely chaotic time. I realized I had no control over my external environment. But the one place I did have a say over was my mind, through meditation. When I started meditating, I did not realize it would also make me healthier, happier, and more resilient. Having witnessed the benefits, I devoted my PhD research at Stanford to studying the impact of meditation. I saw people from diverse backgrounds from college students to combat veterans benefit. In the last 10 years, hundreds of studies hav...
Source: SharpBrains - August 3, 2020 Category: Neuroscience Authors: Emma Seppala, PhD Tags: Cognitive Neuroscience Education & Lifelong Learning Health & Wellness brain emotion regulation happiness meditation mental hygiene mind productivity self-control Source Type: blogs
Where to next prostate-specific membrane antigen PET imaging frontiers?
Purpose of review Technical improvements in imaging equipment and availability of radiotracers, such as PSMA-ligands have increased the synergy between Urology and Nuclear Medicine. Meanwhile artificial intelligence is introduced in Nuclear Imaging. This review will give an overview of recent technical and clinical developments and an outlook on application of these in the near future. Recent findings Digital PET/CT has shown gradual improvement in lesion detection and demarcation over conventional PET/CT, but total-body PET/CT holds promise for a magnitude of improvement in scan duration and quality, quantification, ...
Source: Current Opinion in Urology - August 3, 2020 Category: Urology & Nephrology Tags: PET IMAGING IN UROLOGY: Edited by Stefano Fanti and Declan G. Murphy Source Type: research
Multiple linear regression model of defensive driving technology and driver emotional intelligence improvement - Qi X.
In recent years, defensive driving technology has become an important research direction for road transport safety risk prevention and control. However, the research on defensive driving at home and abroad focuses on the feasibility, judgment, and recognit...
Source: SafetyLit - August 3, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Tags: Egress, Escape, Evacuation, Crowds Source Type: news