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255: Gianaclis Caldwell on Holistic Goat Care

255: Gianaclis Caldwell on Holistic Goat Care  Considering the whole picture of raising goats and their benefits.In this podcast: Raising goats in a holistic and nurturing manner is second nature to Gianaclis Caldwell.  She shares with us some uplifting and useful advice on caring for these unique farm animals, including the three most important things to know about them. She also tells how she and her husband started their dairy farm from scratch and off-the-grid, raised their family, and now they host guests who get to know the intricacies of goat farming. This is a great resource for anyone considering raising goats.Don’t miss an episode!
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In addition to actively managing their dairy goats, Gianaclis is the main cheesemaker, milker and owner of Pholia Farm, a licensed dairy located on 24 acres she grew up on in southern Oregon. Her farm is well known for its artisan, aged raw milk cheeses; classes on small-dairy, goat husbandry, and ch…

Health Tip: When Adults Offer Kids Food

Title: Health Tip: When Adults Offer Kids Food
Category: Health News
Created: 6/30/2017 12:00:00 AM
Last Editorial Review: 6/30/2017 12:00:00 AM

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Think Safety First When Dining Outdoors

Title: Think Safety First When Dining Outdoors
Category: Health News
Created: 6/30/2017 12:00:00 AM
Last Editorial Review: 6/30/2017 12:00:00 AM

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The Biggest Mistake Robbing Your Chest Gains!

It's pec day, and you've pressed to your heart's (or at least your chest's) content. Now what? You head over to the cables to wring what little life remains from your pecs. Just don't make this crucial error!

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Global Reach

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Therapy Use for Children With Developmental Conditions: Analysis of Colorado Medicaid Data

Study Purpose: To examine therapy use and spending for Medicaid-enrolled infants and toddlers with developmental conditions. Methods: Sample infants and toddlers had a diagnosis (eg, cerebral palsy) or developmental delay (DD). Colorado Children's Medicaid administrative outpatient therapy claims (2006-2008) were used to estimate differences, by condition type and number of comorbid chronic conditions (CCCs), of any physical therapy (PT)/occupational therapy (OT) and Medicaid PT/OT spending. Results: The sample included 20 959 children. Children with at least 2 CCCs had higher odds of PT/OT than children with no CCC. Children with DD had 12-fold higher odds of having any PT/OT compared with children with diagnosis. Children with a DD and 2 CCCs had the highest PT/OT spending. Conclusions: Medicaid PT/OT use and spending are higher for children with more CCCs and those with DD because children with DD receive more specialized PT/OT.

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Commentary on “Therapy Use for Children With Developmental Conditions: Analysis of Colorado Medicaid Data”

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Physical Activity Patterns in Infants With and Without Down Syndrome

Purpose: Individuals with Down syndrome (DS) are at greater risk for obesity than their peers who are developing typically. One factor contributing to an early onset of obesity is low levels of physical activity (PA). However, there is little known regarding PA patterns during infancy. Methods: The purpose of this study was to examine the daily PA patterns in 22 infants developing typically and 11 infants with Down syndrome (aged 1-12 months) using Actigraph GT3X+ (wrist and ankle). Results: No significant differences between groups were identified in PA counts at the ankle. Both groups produced significantly more PA at the wrist than at the ankle and PA counts increased across months in age. Conclusion: This study represents an important first step in establishing baseline PA patterns during infancy.

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Commentary on “Physical Activity Patterns in Infants With and Without Down Syndrome”

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Ride-On Car Training for Behavioral Changes in Mobility and Socialization Among Young Children With Disabilities

Purpose: To characterize behavioral changes in mobility and socialization in children with disabilities aged 1 to 3 years while they are receiving ride-on car training in the hospital environment. Methods: Ten young children with motor disabilities received ride-on car training for 9 weeks (2 hours per session, 2 sessions per week). The driving and socialization behaviors were videotaped for 20 minutes per session (1 session per week) within the same period. Results: Independent mobility, visual attention to the switch, and positive facial expressions during the training period were significantly improved. Conclusions: Ride-on car training has positive effects on behavioral changes in mobility and socialization among young children with motor disabilities. This provides clinicians a novel option for implementing early mobility training in a hospital-based environment.

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Commentary on “Ride-On Car Training for Behavioral Changes in Mobility and Socialization Among Young Children With Disabilities”

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Goal Attainment Scaling to Evaluate Intervention on Individual Gains for Children Born Extremely Preterm

Purpose: To investigate the effect of group-based physical therapy on individual gains among preterm and/or extremely low-birth-weight children with minimal or mild impairment at 4 years using Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS). To explore the relationship between GAS with motor and postural outcomes and effect of gender on GAS scores. Methods: Twenty-four 4-year-old children (born <28 weeks' gestation and/or birth weight <1000 g) with minimal or mild motor impairment completed 6 group-based weekly intervention sessions and a goal-based home program. Assessments included GAS, Movement Assessment Battery for Children-Second Edition (MABC-2), postural stability, and limb strength after intervention. Results: GAS group T score improved, exceeding expected goal of “0” score after intervention (mean = 58.2, standard deviation = 0.82). GAS mean T-score and MABC-2 percentile were moderately correlated (r = 0.42, P = .04). Females improved more than males (P = .05). Conclusions: Goals we…

Commentary on “Goal Attainment Scaling to Evaluate Intervention on Individual Gains for Children Born Extremely Preterm”

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A Home-Based Body Weight-Supported Treadmill Program for Children With Cerebral Palsy: A Pilot Study

Purpose: The purpose of this pilot study was to explore the effect and feasibility of a home-based body weight-supported treadmill training (BWSTT) program on walking capacity and functional mobility in children with cerebral palsy (CP). Methods: A within-subjects, repeated-measures design was used. Ten children with CP ages 6 to 16 years participated in pre- and postintervention testing sessions, an initial home training session, and a 12-week home-based BWSTT program conducted 3 to 4 times per week by a parent or caregiver for up to 20 minutes each session. Multiple outcome measures for walking capacity and functional mobility were used. Results: As a group, participants demonstrated significant improvements in walking capacity and functional mobility at the completion the 12-week intervention program. Conclusions: Additional research regarding home-based BWSTT programs in children with CP is warranted and should focus on identifying specific parameters that promote achievement of o…

Commentary on “A Home-Based Body Weight-Supported Treadmill Program for Children With Cerebral Palsy: A Pilot Study”

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A Range of Service Delivery Modes for Children With Developmental Coordination Disorder Are Effective: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Purpose: To investigate whether the environment and personnel providing intervention to children with developmental coordination disorder make a difference in motor outcomes and perceived competency. Methods: Ninety-three children (66 males), aged 5 years 1 month to 8 years 11 months, with developmental coordination disorder were randomized to receive a 13-week group-based task-oriented intervention, either at school by a school assistant or physical therapist, or in a health clinic by a physical therapist. The Movement Assessment Battery for Children (MABC) assessed motor skills pre- and postintervention. Self-perception and cost-effectiveness were also assessed. Results: Participants demonstrated a significant improvement in motor skills following intervention for all modes of delivery up to 6 months postintervention, MABC mean difference 7.20 (95% confidence interval, 5.89-8.81), effect size = 0.98. Conclusion: Group intervention programs for developmental coordination disorder can…

Commentary on “A Range of Service Delivery Modes for Children With Developmental Coordination Disorder Are Effective: A Randomized Controlled Trial”

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Reliability and Validity of the 50-ft Walk Test for Idiopathic Toe Walking

Purpose: To evaluate interrater reliability and concurrent validity of the 50-ft walk test (FWT) for children with idiopathic toe walking (ITW). Methods: Thirty children, 6 to 13 years old, with ITW participated. During the 50-FWT, an accelerometer counted total steps. A physical therapist counted the number of toe-walking steps. The number of toe-walking steps was divided by the total steps to calculate a toe-walking percentage. Interrater reliability was assessed by correlating the toe-walking percentage obtained by 2 raters using an intraclass correlation coefficient. Concurrent validity was evaluated by correlating the toe-walking percentage calculated by the GAITRite and therapist using a Spearman ρ. Results: There was excellent interrater reliability and concurrent validity. Experience level did not impact the therapist's ability to identify a toe-walking step. Conclusions: The 50-FWT demonstrated excellent interrater reliability and concurrent validity. It can be used to ob…

Commentary on “Reliability and Validity of the 50-ft Walk Test for Idiopathic Toe Walking”

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Psychometric Properties of a Standardized Observation Protocol to Quantify Pediatric Physical Therapy Actions

Purpose: Pediatric physical therapy (PPT) is characterized by heterogeneity. This blurs the evaluation of effective components of PPT. The Groningen Observation Protocol (GOP) was developed to quantify contents of PPT. This study assesses the reliability and completeness of the GOP. Methods: Sixty infant PPT sessions were video-taped. Two random samples of 10 videos were used to determine interrater and intrarater reliability using interclass correlation coefficients (ICCs) with 95% confidence intervals. Completeness of GOP 2.0 was based on 60 videos. Results: Interrater reliability of quantifying PPT actions was excellent (ICC, 0.75-1.0) in 71% and sufficient to good (ICC, 0.4-0.74) in 24% of PPT actions. Intrarater reliability was excellent in 94% and sufficient to good in 6% of PPT actions. Completeness was good for greater than 90% of PPT actions. Conclusions: GOP 2.0 has good reliability and completeness. After appropriate training, it is a useful tool to quantify PPT for childre…

Commentary on “Psychometric Properties of a Standardized Observation Protocol to Quantify Pediatric Physical Therapy Actions”

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Cross-cultural Translation and Adaptation of the Lifestyle Assessment Questionnaire (LAQ-CP) Into Dutch: A Brief Report

Purpose: To produce a Dutch translation of the Lifestyle Assessment Questionnaire for children with cerebral palsy (LAQ-CP), adapted for cross-cultural differences. Methods: The translation process consisted of 6 stages, following a guideline for cross-cultural adaptations including duplicate forward- and back-translations, expert group review, pilot-testing, and a process audit. Results: Several adaptations to the questionnaire were required due to cross-cultural differences. As a result of the pilot-test, the layout was adapted to the desires of the users. The process auditor stated that the process had been comprehensive and valued the quality of the work. Conclusion: The project resulted in a Dutch translation of the LAQ-CP, adapted for cross-cultural differences. Validation of the translated questionnaire is required before use in clinical practice and research is recommended (Dutch abstract, Supplemental Digital Content 1, available at: http://ift.tt/2sb9Fqc ).

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Physical Exercise and Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents With Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis: A Literature Review

Purpose: This is a review of studies that investigate the efficacy of exercise therapy and physical activity for children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis since the 2008 Cochrane Review. Method: Studies were identified that investigated the use of physical activity and exercise therapy in the treatment of children and adolescents with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, excluding the Cochrane Review. Two reviewers individually analyzed the results of the search to determine the eligibility of studies. The randomized controlled trial study designs were evaluated using PEDro scales. Conclusions and Recommendations for Clinical Practice: Recent literature supports the importance of the combination of strengthening, stretching, proprioceptive, and balance exercises and activities in water. Many of the reviewed studies proposed an intensive program of physical activity and exercise therapy, conducted 3 times a week for 12 weeks.

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Commentary on “Physical Exercise and Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents With Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis: A Literature Review”

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Developing Overhand Throwing Skills for a Child With Autism With a Collaborative Approach in School-Based Therapy

Purpose: This case report presents an interdisciplinary approach in school-based therapy, combining physical therapy and applied behavior analysis to improve the motor skills and the participation in recreational activities of a child with autism spectrum disorder. Methods: A 9-year-old child with autism spectrum disorder participated in a 20-week gross motor intervention designed to improve the child's overhand throwing ability, which included weekly physical therapy instruction and daily throwing trials using applied behavior analysis approaches. Results: The child demonstrated gains in throwing accuracy, significant gains on measures of the Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency-2, the Test of Gross Motor Development-2, and the School Function Assessment. Conclusion: This unique approach in school-based therapy demonstrates effective strategies for a multidisciplinary intervention to improve motor learning skills and participation in recreational activities in the school…

Kinematic Gait Changes Following Serial Casting and Bracing to Treat Toe Walking in a Child With Autism

Purpose: To evaluate the effectiveness of serial casting in a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) exhibiting a toe-walking gait pattern with equinus contractures. Summary of Key Points: Although many children with ASD toe walk, little research on physical therapy interventions exists for this population. Serial casting has been validated for use in idiopathic toe walking to increase passive dorsiflexion and improve gait, but not for toe walking in children with ASD. Serial casting followed by ankle-foot orthosis use was implemented to treat a child with ASD who had an obligatory equinus gait pattern. Gait analysis supported improvements in kinematic, spatial, and temporal parameters of gait, and the child maintained a consistent heel-toe gait at 2-year follow-up. Statement of Conclusion and Recommendations for Clinical Practice: Serial casting followed by ankle-foot orthosis use is a viable treatment option for toe walking in children with ASD.

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Effectiveness of Functional Power Training on Walking Ability in Young Children With Cerebral Palsy: Study Protocol of a Double-Baseline Trial

Purpose: To evaluate the effect of functional high-velocity resistance (power) training to improve walking ability of young children with cerebral palsy. Methods: Twenty-two children with bi- or unilateral spastic cerebral palsy, Gross Motor Function Classification System levels I and II, aged 4 to 10 years will be recruited. A double-baseline design will be used to compare a 14-week functional power training (3 times a week) program with a 14-week usual care period and a 14-week follow-up period. The power exercises will be loaded and performed at 50% to 70% of the maximum unloaded speed. Load will be increased when exercises are performed faster than 70% of the unloaded speed. Primary outcomes will be sprinting capacity (15-m Muscle Power Sprint Test) and goal attainment scaling score of walking-related treatment goals. Secondary outcomes will be walking speed (1-min walk test), endurance (10-m shuttle run test), gross motor function, lower-limb strength, and parent-reported mobilit…

How Accurately Do Both Parents and Health Professionals Assess Overweight in Children?

Background: An accurate perception of weight status is important to prevent childhood obesity. Objective: We investigated whether parents and health professionals accurately identify children's weight status. Methods: On the 2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey: National Youth Fitness Survey, parents and health professionals rated the same child's weight status as overweight or healthy. The sensitivity and specificity of their answers were computed by comparing parents' and health professionals' ratings to the age growth chart from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Results: Participants were 1571 children. Parents' sensitivity and specificity were 0.386 and 0.992, respectively. Health professionals' sensitivity and specificity were 0.343 and 0.981, respectively. Conclusions: Parents and health professionals demonstrate low sensitivity in identifying children's weight status. Health professionals should use the Centers for D…

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Pediatric Rehabilitation Services for Children With Cerebral Palsy: What Can Existing Data Sources Tell Us?: Erratum

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Physical Therapy for a Child With Infantile Idiopathic Scoliosis and Motor Delay

Purpose: The purpose of this case report is to describe physical therapy (PT) for a child with infantile idiopathic scoliosis and motor delay. Key Points: A 10-month-old boy with a 28° left thoracolumbar scoliosis was referred for PT and was seen weekly in his home over a 6-month period following a diagnosis of scoliosis and delayed gross motor milestones. Before the initiation of PT, the child was scheduled to undergo serial casting for correction of the spinal curve and was not yet rolling or transitioning in or out of sitting. By the end of the 6-month intervention period, the spinal curve had resolved to 12° without the need for serial casting and the child was walking independently. Conclusion: PT appeared to have a positive effect on reduction of the spinal curve and achievement of gross motor milestones.

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Avulsion of the Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine Rehabilitation in a Rural Private Practice

An unusual case is presented of an 11-year-old girl presenting for treatment to a semirural private physical therapy practice, not specializing in pediatric care, following an avulsion fracture of the anterior inferior iliac spine. The patient presented initially non–weight-bearing, with little hip movement due to pain. Following treatment, the patient returned to preinjury status including return to full participation in netball. A review of the literature regarding healing and rehabilitation is described. Concepts of neuromuscular retraining were integrated in the rehabilitation program. Recent evidence demonstrates deficiencies in hip and knee control for girls between 11 and 15 years of age. Evidence suggests that these deficiencies may be a precursor to injury and poor outcomes in lower extremity injuries in this patient group.

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A Progressive Running Program for an Adolescent With Cerebral Palsy

Purpose: To describe the physical therapy intervention and outcomes for a 20-week progressive running program. Summary of Key Points: A 12-year-old boy with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy, Gross Motor Function Classification System level II, participated in a 20-week running program. The 6-minute walk test and the 88-item and 66-item versions of the Gross Motor Function Measure (GMFM) were administered at baseline and program completion. After completion of the program, the participant exceeded thresholds for minimally clinically important differences on the GMFM-66 total score and GMFM-88 Dimension D and E scores. He improved gait speed and distance walked during the 6-minute walk test. Conclusions and Recommendations for Clinical Practice: Participation in a progressive running program is a feasible intervention to promote improvements in walking speed and gross motor function in some adolescents with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy in Gross Motor Function Classification System lev…

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Top 20 stoner movies for your holiday weekend enjoyment

A "stoner movie" can be a flick whose plot or characters are based primarily on weed consumption, or simply a movie that's best watched while high. We rank both.

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S03E11: He's psychedelic comedian Shane Mauss

Featured guest: hallucinogen-loving comedian Shane Mauss, host of the “Here We Are” podcast. Talking science, gateway drugs, psychedelic tourism and more.

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Cannabist Show: He's psychedelic comedian Shane Mauss

Featured guest: hallucinogen-loving comedian Shane Mauss, host of the “Here We Are” podcast. Talking science, gateway drugs, psychedelic tourism and more.

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How Six-Pack Nutrition Is A Different Beast Than Fitness Nutrition

Yes, you can live the fit life and have room for serious indulgence. But when shredded six-pack abs are in your sight, the game changes. Here's the approach you need.

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The One-Month Six-Pack Program!

Sculpt your perfect six-pack in just four weeks with this precise blend of dynamic core-strength work, punishing ab circuits, and fat-melting cardio!

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Craig Capurso's Ultimate Abs Workout

To build your ultimate abs, you've got to double down with a routine that makes your core cry. Here's how Craig Capurso does it.

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Is Your Cellphone Ruining Your Workout?

We all love our smartphones, but are they helping or harming our fitness?

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Dylan Proved His Doubters Wrong By Going From 3XL To Extra Fit

On his mission to graduate from high school in better shape than he started, Dylan lost 100 pounds and gained heaps of confidence.

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Quick Recipe: Super Peach Shake

Forget those expensive chain-store smoothies: Our peach protein shake has everything your body wants.

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Method elucidates inner workings of neural networks

A new technique helps elucidate the inner workings of neural networks trained on visual data.

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Possible early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder

Measuring a set of proteins in the blood may enable earlier diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to a study.

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Star-Spangled BCAA Jello Treats

Dazzle your friends (and your Instagram followers) this holiday weekend with these easier-than-they-look patriotic jello treats.

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Parents Don’t Understand My Mental Illness

From a teen in the U.S.: Whenever I tell my parents about my issues and me feeling suicidal, they threaten to hit me and tell me to suck it up. I have no therapist anymore due to an insurance problem. I was supposed to get a psychiatrist also but my parents refused to help me get professional help. The ironic thing is my parents both have mental illness. I love them a lot but lately they are making me more and more miserable. Please help, I don’t know how to get them to help me I really want help.A: Thank you for writing. I understand that it is frustrating not to have your parents’ support. It may be that their own mental illness makes it hard to accept that their daughter is also struggling. Fortunately, you don’t need their help to get the help you need. At 18, you are a legal adult.Are you sure about the insurance issues? If both parents are disabled, they may have some kind of disability insurance that covers you as well. But if not, the good news is that you live in a city that …

Shortcut To Strength: Day 15 - Squat Strength Focus

Today's program will look familiar, but pay attention to the prescribed number of reps. Fewer reps mean heavier lifts, so stack on the plates and get ready to push it. Just remember to take breaks.

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Miniature technology, big hope for disease detection

Researchers develop a simple printing method to create effective disease detection tools.

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Liquid biopsies: A non-invasive look at treatment response

A new study shows that so-called "liquid biopsies", blood tests that detect circulating tumour DNA (ctDNA), may not only sound an early alert that a treatment's effect is diminishing, but may also help explain why -sometimes offering clues about what to do next.

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Exposure to cardiovascular risk factors linked with arterial distensibility in adolescence

The longitudinal study on children and adolescents is unique worldwide. The study shows that cardiovascular risk factors, such as overweight, high blood pressure, low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and insulin resistance, are associated with arterial distensibility in adolescence.

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How the liver unclogs itself

Scientists have described the mechanical principles adopted by liver cells as they remove excess bile during obstructive cholestasis.

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Prostate cancer breakthrough: Combination of three plant-based nutrients found to MELT AWAY prostate cancer cells

(Natural News) A fascinating new study published in Precision Oncology has found that a combination of three plant-based nutrients “melts away” prostate cancer cells. The study, led by University of Texas researcher Stefano Tiziani, is entitled Combinatorial treatment with natural compounds in prostate cancer inhibits prostate tumor growth and leads to key modulations of cancer...

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The Cage: How To Prepare For The Toughest Set Of Your Life

Being invited to lift in The Animal Cage is a big deal. Some of the strongest people in the world will be watching, along with a rapt crowd. Here's how one powerlifter prepared for the event.

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8 Tips For A Sweet Physique

There's more to getting ripped than moving iron. What you do outside the gym can have a big impact on gains!

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New clues found to common respiratory virus

Scientists have solved the structure of a protein that helps a common respiratory virus evade the immune system. The team has identified critical parts of the protein that could be targeted with drugs or vaccines, opening up the possibility of preventing or treating an infection that sickens thousands of babies and elderly people every year.

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Discovery could influence methods to control bacteria on medical and other surfaces

New research has revealed how bacteria thin the liquid they are swimming through in order to free themselves when trapped by walls or other obstacles. This finding could influence methods to control bacterial growth on medical, industrial, and agricultural surfaces.

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Japanese children learn to write through rhythm

How do we learn to write? A Japanese study looked at the development of writing skills in Japanese first-grade students, and revealed aspects of handwriting development that have been largely neglected in research carried out in Latin alphabet communities.

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Artificial meat warning: The Health Ranger reveals all that you’re NOT being told about fake meat grown in labs

(Natural News) In the future, will the production of meat for human consumption be grown in laboratories and not on millions of acres of ranch land? The answer is yes, say a growing number of experts, as soon as the process can be perfected. But Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, says in...

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Insect-killing "laser battle robot" can zap 20 insects per second

(Natural News) As people around the world are growing increasingly concerned about pesticides, enterprising companies are trying to develop safer pest control alternatives. Intellectual Ventures Lab of Seattle has come up with one solution that is showing a lot of early promise, and its innovative technology is now undergoing testing to find out if it...

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Every person labeled a "conspiracy theorist" for declaring CNN to be fake news was just completely vindicated

(Natural News) Well, the verdict is in, and it doesn’t bode well for mainstream media outlets like CNN that basically invented the false narrative and ran with it. It’s the claim that President Trump and his administration have direct ties to Russia, a completely made-up lie that’s officially been exposed as such, leading to three...

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Flipping the switch on controlling disease-carrying insects

Authorities in Florida and Brazil recently released thousands of mosquitoes infected with a bacterium called Wolbachia in an effort to curb Zika outbreaks. Find out how Wolbachia neutralizes insects.

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3-D-printed implants can improve integration of amputee prosthetic devices with bone

A new study evaluated two additive manufacturing methods for producing either fine or coarse textured titanium implants and compared the strength of bone integration, interlocking, and torque in rats given one or both types of the implants in the distal femurs.

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New video by Global Mountain Bike Network on YouTube

What Mountain Biking Discipline Is For You? | Dirt Shed Show Ep. 121
It's the Dirt Shed Show! We've got all the latest news and results from the Slopestyle and Downhill from Innsbruck, XC Marathon World Champs in Lienz, Austria and Enduro from the Trans-Provence 6 day race in France. With news from every corner of mountain biking, we want to know what discipline interests you the most? Subscribe to GMBN: http://ift.tt/1HnIPRp Get exclusive GMBN gear in the GMBN store! http://gmbn.eu/qR You can enter the GMBN DH and XC Competitions here: - http://ift.tt/2tXirJe - http://ift.tt/2sZGxp9 On this weeks Dirt Shed Show we've got all the usual segments such as fails and bails, first try friday, instabangerz, progression sessions and hacks and bodges! Instabangerz: Taylor Vernon - http://ift.tt/2txDLJ1 The Eskapee - http://ift.tt/2u6KhDF Remy Morton - http://ift.tt/2txKYZA If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 http://gmbn.eu…

Picture overload hinders children's word learning from storybooks

While publishers look to produce ever more colourful and exciting texts to entice buyers, University of Sussex psychologists have shown that having more than one illustration per page results in poorer word learning among pre-schoolers.

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North Carolina residents want to know if Dupont is secretly polluting their drinking water

(Natural News) Residents of Wilmington, North Carolina want to know if the water they are drinking every day could possibly kill them. Chemical conglomerate DuPont and its spinoff company Chemours’ manufacturing plants are located upstream from Wilmington – on a 2,100-acre property on the Cape Fear River in Fayeteville – where they produce GenX, a...

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Fecal bacteria found in Starbucks drinks, says report

(Natural News) If the massive amount of sugar found in most Starbucks beverages hasn’t managed to deter you from going there, the prospect of another unwelcome ingredient found in the coffee chain’s beverages should be enough to send you running in the opposite direction: Fecal bacteria. That’s right, you could be getting a lot more...

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Scientists: No detectable limit of human lifespan... people could technically live forever

(Natural News) A new study published in Nature’s website countered a previously set limit on maximum human lifespan. To carry out the study, a team of biologists at the McGill University examined  he lifespan of the longest-living people from the U.S., the U.K., France, and Japan for each year since 1968. The experts did not observe a limit on human...

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4 Hot Pot Products: July 2017

Here’s a look at what’s new on the market for cannabis cultivators and connoisseurs.1. Plant Smart
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smartpots.comGrowing in fabric containers provides more oxygen for roots and better drainage to discourage root-rot. The best on the market these days are the original Smart Pots—BPA-free grow bags that come in many sizes. They’re durable, reusable and stay cooler than plastic containers, which can spell the difference between life and death in the full summer sun. Roots are air-pruned instead of circling the pot—and plants just love them!2. Toke to the Future
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toker2.comFirst introduced in the 1970s, these classic bongs still deliver the goods. The Original Toker II is made from lab-grade Class A borosilicate glass and features a flat bottom as well as added improvements. The bongs have always been easy to clean, and a new adapter allows you to use a slide or quartz banger for dabbing hash oil. Get 10 percent off and free shipping using the co…

This Cali business wants to change how you experience buying weed

California's MedMen embodies what many tout is the future of the industry, as the cannabis business transforms into a regulated, commercial marketplace.

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New video by Global Cycling Network on YouTube

NEW Trek Émonda Version 2 | GCN's First Look
In 2014 Trek released the Émonda model. Now 3 years later they've launched the Émonda version 2 including a disc brake option. Check out Si's first look at it. Subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN shop! http://gcn.eu/g2 What do you think of the new Trek Émonda? let us know in the comments below 👇 Here are some pretty impressive weights for a size 56 Project One SLR series Émonda. The disc brake frame comes in at 665g and the forks 350g = 1015g The rim brake frame weighs an incredibly low 640g (50g lighter than its predecessor) and the forks 313g = 953g The headtube and bottom bracket stiffness have been stiffened too. What's not to like?! The Émonda SL is in the range and superlight too: Rim brake frame= 1091g Disc brake frame= 1149g Forks = 436g Trek have 25yrs of experience of working with carbon fibre and have spent 3years working on the Émonda version 2. The tube shapes are nic…

Subtle molecular changes along the upper digestive tract could guide cancer therapy

Based on a new molecular study of tissues biopsied from various parts of the upper digestive tract, researchers have identified significant, if subtle, differences in gene mutations and other factors that could help in developing more tailored treatment options for cancer patients.

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