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TESTABLE - Create experiments | Recruit participants Use natural language to create online studies in minutes. Recruit authenticated participants. Endorsed by thousands of psychology and behavioral scientists.
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International Conference on Frailty & Sarcopenia Research - ICFSR - Boston, MA, USA; September 29 - October 1st, 2021 Sarcopenia : Biology, Animal models, Preclinical studies, Clinical trials, Functional assessment, Biomarkers and imaging, New drug developments, Physical exercise, Nutrition intervention, Epidemiology and Frailty : Biology of frailty and aging, Physical frailty and age-related body composition modifications, Cognitive frailty, Frailty in clinical practice and public health, Clinical trials and therapeutics
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Pain in the Neck | notes from a neck pain clinic Here's a short public facing piece I wrote published today over at 'The Conversation'. I hope you find it a useful clinical resource to open conversations you have with neck pain sufferers (and perhaps colleagues as well!) about 'bad posture'. The original article is here: If you suffer from neck pain, you're not alone. Spinal pain is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide and its occurrence has increased dramatically over the past 25 years. While most episodes of neck pain are likely to get better within a few months, half to three-quarters of people who have neck pain will experience repeated episodes of pain. It's often said there are "good and bad postures" and that specific postures can contribute to spinal pain but this belief is not supported by scientific evidence. Indeed, research shows that poor sleep, reduced physical activity and increased stress appear to be more important factors. So despite attempts by health professionals to correct your posture and the use of "ergonomic" chairs, desks, keyboards and other gadgets chances are so-called "lifestyle factors" – such as getting enough sleep, making sure you exercise and keeping stress to a minimum – seem to be more salient in relieving and preventing the pain in your neck. The posture myth Although beliefs about posture run deep, science is telling a very different story – and there is a strong challenge to the long-assumed role of posture as a cause of neck pain. A recent high-quality study, of more than 1,000 teenagers, for example, showed no statistically significant relationship between spinal posture and neck pain – despite there being easily identifiable postural subgroups in the study, such as those who sat slumped or those who sat upright. So yes, people do sit in positions that vary from person to person, but it appears to have nothing to do with pain. In fact, it appears from this particular study that the adolescent's "posture" has more to do with their mood. Research has also shown that changing the way you sit while working – by altering your workstation – so-called "ergonomic interventions", have little to no impact on whether a person develops neck pain. Also, there is little high-quality evidence that ergonomic interventions can lead to a speedier recovery for someone with neck pain. ShutterstockMDGRPHCS In various studies, researchers have followed groups of people who don't have neck pain along with those who only experience occasional neck pain for periods. Some people in these groups developed troublesome neck pain and the researchers looked closely at them. Those with neck pain were found to be getting less quality and quantity of sleep and were working in jobs with high strain. They were also less physically active and had depressed mood. Their bodies are essentially experiencing greater stress and they notice more "muscle tension" in their neck. Importantly, this is all before the pain has even developed. Researchers have found that, even among children as young as nine years old, symptoms such as tiredness and sleep difficulties – along with headaches, abdominal pain and lower mood – were risk factors for both the occurrence and persistence of weekly neck pain when the children were monitored for four years. Sleep, exercise and relaxation The flip side of this is that having a stronger neck, enjoying exercise – even simply walking a greater number of steps each day – have all been shown to protect against getting neck pain. This, along with making sure we don't become sleep deprived, less physically active and stressed will hopefully manage and prevent neck pain more successfully. So feel free to sit how you want to at your desk. If you find yourself sitting for long periods in one position make an effort to switch it up – as one of the key things to avoid getting pain in your neck is to change positions frequently through the day. And if you do have neck pain, get a few early nights, consider doing something relaxing – and why not go for a walk at lunchtime. Importantly, you also need to stop worrying about how you sit or walk, because science seems to show that there may be no such thing as a "bad" posture after all. This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.
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The Silvalab at UCLA studies learning, memory and its disorders The Silvalab at UCLA studies learning, memory and its disorders, including cognitive deficits assoviated with schizophrenia, autism, learning disabilities and age-related cognitive decline
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Current Issues - Townsend Letter The April 2020 issue focuses on skin disorders, eye conditions, allergies, and helpful treatments, and includes an interesting article on Informed Consent.
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Philosophical Mind Studies « This page is related to my work on western philosophy of mind. It also discuss on various themes on mind, matter, consciousness, cognitive science and other topics related to philosophical psychology or philosophy of mind. This page is related to my work on western philosophy of mind. It also discuss on various themes on mind, matter, consciousness, cognitive science and other topics related to philosophical psychology or philosophy of mind.
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SAILS SAILS, San Antonio Independent Living Services, is a nonprofit organization, since 1981, with the mission to advocate for the rights and empowerment of the people with disabilities and to provide needed services to people with disabilities in order to increase their self-determination and independence. For almost 30 years, SAILS has worked to make San Antonio and the surrounding counties a better place to live, work and play for people with disabilities
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The association between urban soil lead contamination and children''s blood lead poisoning This webpage reviews the epidemic of lead poisoning in US inner cities caused by children''s exposure to lead in soils and dusts from past use of lead in gasoline and exterior paints
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Ośrodek Badań Filozoficznych | Interdisciplinary Symposium, July 1-3, 2020, Łódź, Poland Lab of Dance aims to build an exchange platform covering contemporary research strategies in dance studies, including, among others, emergent artistic research practices, as well as tool-disciplined cognitive science methodologies, both vividly drawing on a variety of theoretical and philosophical contexts. On such ground, together with the invited keynote speakers and participants of the symposium, we plan to discuss the methodological difficulties and challenges of interdisciplinary dance research and the benefits that can be derived from overcoming them. At the same time, we recognize the expansion of dance and related terms to other branches of knowledge, where it appears as the preferred research material, but also a source of functional concepts and metaphors. Thus, we invite researchers, philosophers and practitioners to jointly study the expanding space of the dance laboratory. Invited Speakers Scott Delahunta (Coventry University) Pil Hansen (University of Calgary) Agnieszka Jelewska (University of Adam Mickiewicz) Rudi Laermans (KU Leuven) Timeline March 25, 2020 – Extended submission deadline April 4, 2020 – Notification of accepted presentation proposals April 4, 2020 – Registration opens May 31, 2020 - Registration fee July 1, 2020 – Conference opening Organizers Centre for Philosophical Research Faculty of Philology, University of Łódź Academy of Music in Łódź Institute of Music and Dance Polish Association of Creative Strategies The symsposium is funded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education from the funds for the dissemination of research (DUN), contract no. 818/P-DUN/2019. The symposium website:
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Patterns of Recreational Cannabis Use in New Zealand and Their Consequences The information you need to know about cannabis use and its consequences, helping you make an informed decision leading up to the 2020 referendum. Brought to you by the University of Otago.