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Organ systems age at different rates and can define a person's "ageotype" | Dr. Michael Snyder

Posted on July 23rd 2021 (6 days)
Views: 566

In this clip, Dr. Michael Snyder discusses how people age in distinct ways and at varying rates and how knowing our "ageotype" might offer targets for preventing age-related diseases.

How MedCram got started and the future of medical education | Roger Seheult

Posted on March 10th 2021 (5 months)
Views: 566

In this clip, Dr. Roger Seheult discusses how he has always had a passion for teaching and simplifying complex topics.

Eating as a more powerful clock-setting mechanism than light in some organs | Satchin Panda

Posted on July 12th 2019 (about 2 years)
Views: 562

Dr. Satchin Panda describes CLOCK's varied response to light and food and how those responses affect metabolism.

Identifying age-related sleep deprivation vulnerability window for prevention of Alzheimer's disease | Matthew Walker

Posted on July 12th 2019 (about 2 years)
Views: 558

Dr. Matthew Walker talks about the importance of identifying early-life windows of vulnerability to prevent or delay age-related cognitive decline.

Sleep deprivation may be correlated with increased impulsivity and psychiatric disorders | Matthew Walker

Posted on July 12th 2019 (about 2 years)
Views: 549

Dr. Matthew Walker describes how sleep impairs the opposing actions of the amygdala and prefrontal cortex to influence mood and mental health.

Indigenous use of ayahuasca, psilocybin, peyote for religious healing rituals | Roland Griffiths

Posted on November 5th 2019 (over 1 year)
Views: 533

In this clip, Dr. Roland Griffiths and Dr. Rhonda Patrick discuss the sociocultural aspects of hallucinogenic substance use.

Sulforaphane and its byproducts may protect against bladder cancer | Jed Fahey

Posted on December 4th 2020 (8 months)
Views: 531

In this clip, Dr. Jed Fahey discusses the effects of urinary excretion of sulforaphane byproducts.

Restricting feeding in mice to an 8-9 hour window improved endurance | Satchin Panda

Posted on July 12th 2019 (about 2 years)
Views: 507

Dr. Satchin Panda describes the beneficial effects of time-restricted feeding in mice in terms of mitochondrial health.

How sound and smell are tied to learning, and the connection to sleep | Matthew Walker

Posted on July 12th 2019 (about 2 years)
Views: 497

Dr. Matthew Walker describes how sound and smell cues played during learning and subsequent sleep can enhance memory formation and retrieval.

How changes in cellular identity and stem cell differentiation affect epigenetic age

Posted on December 31st 2020 (7 months)
Views: 486

As techniques are developed to differentiate and transdifferentiate cells from one cell type, such as a fibroblast, into another, such as a neuron, interesting patterns of effects on epigenetic age are revealed.

Shorter telomeres can be transmitted epigenetically to offspring | Elissa Epel

Posted on June 25th 2019 (about 2 years)
Views: 449

Dr. Elissa Epel explains how aging syndromes can be passed to offspring via epigenetic mechanisms.

Milk Fat Globule Membranes (MFGMs) in breast milk affect development of gut, brain, and intelligence

Posted on September 22nd 2020 (10 months)
Views: 449

In this clip, Dr. Rhonda Patrick describes the structure and function of milk fat globule membranes in breast milk.

Positive effects of exercise in treating Parkinson's disease | Giselle Petzinger

Posted on October 27th 2020 (9 months)
Views: 449

In this clip, Dr. Giselle Petzinger describes how exercise may provide a repair model that allows some type of resilience against the insults of Parkinson's disease.

Managing and detecting the exposome and exposure to air pollution | Dr. Michael Snyder

Posted on July 23rd 2021 (6 days)
Views: 443

Poor air quality has been linked with effects on human health, ranging from asthma to Alzheimer's disease.

Overview of Parkinson's disease and it's symptoms | Giselle Petzinger

Posted on October 27th 2020 (9 months)
Views: 421

In this clip, Dr. Giselle Petzinger discusses Parkinson's disease and explains how symptoms can vary dramatically between people.

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