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You have up to ten times as many microbial cells in and on your body as you have human cells. Discover how the cells that make up our microbiome can impact everything from mood, weight, sleep patterns, allergies and more.

Microbiome (Audio) UCTV

    • Ciências Naturais

You have up to ten times as many microbial cells in and on your body as you have human cells. Discover how the cells that make up our microbiome can impact everything from mood, weight, sleep patterns, allergies and more.

    Diet Shaping Our Microbiome

    Diet Shaping Our Microbiome

    Microbiome expands the genetic and functional capacity of its human host. Susan Lynch explores how the gut microbiome responds differently to a plant based diet and to an animal based diet. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 36151]

    • 8 min
    CARTA Presents: The Impact of Infectious Disease on Humans and our Origins: Amanda Lewis UC San Diego; The Microbiome and Infections of the Reproductive Tract in Human Females

    CARTA Presents: The Impact of Infectious Disease on Humans and our Origins: Amanda Lewis UC San Diego; The Microbiome and Infections of the Reproductive Tract in Human Females

    Infectious diseases have profound influences on the evolution of their host populations. In the case of humans, the host species has also shaped pathogen dynamics and virulence viaa multitude of factors from changes in social organization, group size, and exploitation of varied habitats and their animals and plant resources to agriculture, technology, rapid long-distance travel, medicine and global economic integration - which all continue to shape epidemics and the humanhost populations. This symposium will explore how infectious agents and humans have shaped each other over the eons. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 35843]

    • 22 min
    The Human Microbiome: A New Frontier in Health

    The Human Microbiome: A New Frontier in Health

    Microbiome expands the genetic and functional capacity of its human host. Susan Lynch explains that human microbiome develops early in life and that gut microbes shape immune function and relate to disease outcomes in childhood. She also explores next-generation microbiome therapeutics and research. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 35240]

    • 1h 22 min
    Shaping Our Dynamic Microbiomes For Lifelong Health - Exploring Ethics

    Shaping Our Dynamic Microbiomes For Lifelong Health - Exploring Ethics

    Our lifespans are ever-increasing, but our healthspans are not, leading to long periods of unpleasant and expensive suffering with chronic conditions. Many of these conditions have recently been linked to the microbiome. We are constantly shaping our microbiomes through the foods we eat, the environments we experience, even the people we live and work with. Through the American Gut Project, the largest crowdsourced and crowdfunded citizen-science project yet conducted, we now know about the microbiomes of many types of people, from the healthiest to the sickest. Potentially real-time analysis of our microbiomes could guide our daily decisions in a way that optimizes our microbiomes for extending our healthspan. Although the potential benefits of such research are clear, what are the risks (e.g., privacy concerns) that need to be identified and addressed? Rob Knight, PhD explains. Series: "Exploring Ethics" [Health and Medicine] [Humanities] [Show ID: 33713]

    • 58 min
    Food is Medicine: The Krupp Endowed Fund at UC San Diego

    Food is Medicine: The Krupp Endowed Fund at UC San Diego

    Food is medicine. That insight inspired the late rancher and developer Dick Krupp to endow one of the largest funds of its kind to support integrative nutrition research at UC San Diego. As Gordon Saxe, MD, the director of UCSD’s Center for Integrative Nutrition and others explain, the Krupp-funded projects focus on how diet and natural therapeutics can help reduce or cure common health problems. Among the projects featured – feeding cancer patients congee, a grain-based porridge to ease the side effects of chemotherapy, a study led by Caitlin Costello, MD, of the Moores Cancer Center. Also, Sanjay Agarwal, MD, looks at the impact of a healthy diet on women who suffer from endometriosis. And finally, Robert Weinreb, MD, the director of the Shiley Eye Institute, introduces a new field of medicine called Integrative Ophthalmology. All agree: what you eat matters!
    Series: "UCTV Prime" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 33133]

    • 10 min
    Future Patient/Future Doctor - Larry Smarr PhD and Michael Kurisu DO

    Future Patient/Future Doctor - Larry Smarr PhD and Michael Kurisu DO

    Computer scientist Larry Smarr and osteopathic physician Michael Kurisu present a vision for healthcare that combines the best of allopathic and osteopathic medicine by using a more personalized, hands-on, systems-based approach to treating patients. They demonstrate this proof of concept with details on how Smarr diagnosed his own Crohn’s disease by using blood and stool tests to track changes in his body. And when the symptoms became too severe, Smarr collaborated with his surgeon, Sonia Ramamoorthy, MD, to plan the operation based on 3D images of his organs created at his research institute, Calit2 at UC San Diego. Kurisu then introduces Project Apollo, a group of patients inspired by Smarr who are collecting their own data to develop personalized treatments for their particular conditions. Series: "Wellbeing " [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 33132]

    • 29 min

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