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Why Diets Don’t Work, and What Does
07/16/2018
Diets make bold claims: drop 15 pounds in four weeks! Shed that stubborn belly fat! Get the abs you’ve always wanted! But, for most people, diets just don’t work. In fact, studies show the vast majority of dieters who do lose weight end up right back where they started, or even heavier, after five years. … Continue reading "Why Diets Don’t Work, and What Does"
Bearing Witness
07/12/2018
“For the dead and the living, we must bear witness.” ― Elie Wiesel Following Eva Clarke’s presentation, you may be forgiven for thinking the title “Against All Odds: Born In Mauthausen” is an understatement. Clarke was one of only three children (the “miracle babies”) born into captivity in the notorious KZ Mauthausen concentration camp in … Continue reading "Bearing Witness"
Future Patient/Future Doctor
07/05/2018
Larry Smarr is defining the future of healthcare. As he, a world-renowned computer scientist and Michael Kurisu, the much-in-demand osteopathic physician at UC San Diego demonstrate, the balance of power between patients and doctors will change as technology gives patients the tools to know more about their own bodies. And the more informed they become, … Continue reading "Future Patient/Future Doctor"
Marvelous Machines
06/28/2018
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s popular lecture series, “Science on Saturday,” returns to UCTV with four different lectures, each exploring the theme “Marvelous Machines.” These presentations are targeted to middle and high school students so we can all get our science on. Checkout these lectures: Biomolecular Action Movies: Flash Imaging With X-ray Lasers, with Matthias Frank … Continue reading "Marvelous Machines"
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