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We are more than our neurons or their combinations, co-relations, conjunctions, functions and interactions, that are conducted through their gap junctions, synapses or action potentials. We are more than the cells, tissues, organs, systems, DNAs, RNAs, genes etc and their ultimate unification into a whole mechanism and system of magnificence. We are an infinity unfolding itself in the name of the human mind which, through the physiology of what on appearance is a human physique, it becomes, dreams, imagines, creates, loves and does human: the most astonishing of all things, that we find on this Universe. All we have to do is to look at its unity off the billion plus expressions of its self and wonder about its endless expressive diversity off the same self in billion plus instances to realise that this human mind is magnificent a thing for the purpose of which the neurology is given to it as the most sophisticated, most elaborately engineered, most complexity-strewn an architecture, a most awe-inspiring bio-chemico-genetico-mechanism, that we humans will ever see in this Universe; nothing else will ever surpass this magnificence.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And it all begins with the book of genome, that has already been written, that will have all the tools to keep on writing the future of a human physiology and with that begins the human life and soon the Cardiology is formed and follows neurology: the duo or the two in one or the one in two: for they, neither ends nor begins alone but, rather, both just clasp, grasp, sew, knit, cut, run, crisscross, bind, bend, blend and flow in, out, between and through the human physiology in such an 'infinity of subtle, intricate and sublime artistry', that the entire creation of this Universe does not have a parallel to show next to it. And with this Cardiology and Neurology the human becomes more than a physiology: it becomes a human mind and that has not been written out, unlike the genome, which has been, and, here is, where the entire life of this human mind is, as if it has got infinity of white papers bundled into a beautiful blank book, that no one can know how to write but that human mind alone does and this is where humanity is, this is what humanity is and this is how humanity is and this why we publish The Humanion to write a Beautiful Book out of those blank white pages of that book, where genome alone can never write a single word unless The Sanctum Mayakardium and The High Neuranium join forces to make 'one': the one, that is exactly like the heart with two atria; or the one, that is exactly like the brain with two hemispheres: it is two in one and one in two. And here is to this awe, to Humanity

 

New Study Finds: Former Professional Footballers Had an Approximately Three and a Half Times Higher Rate of Death Due to Neuro-degenerative Disease Than Expected

 

 

 

|| Monday: October 21: 2019: University of Glasgow News || ά. A new Study, led by the University of Glasgow, has shown the first major insights into lifelong health outcomes in former professional footballers. The findings of the Study have been published today in The New England Journal of Medicine.

In the Study, funded by the Football Association:FA and the Professional Footballers’ Association:PFA, the researchers compared the causes of death of 7,676 former Scottish male professional football players, who were born between 1900 and 1976 against those of more than 23,000 matched individuals from the general population.

Led by Dr Willie Stewart, Consultant Neuro-pathologist, who is an honorary Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Glasgow, the FIELD Study found that former professional footballers had an approximately three and a half times higher rate of death due to neuro-degenerative disease than expected.

Dr Stewart, said, “This is the largest Study to date, looking in this detail at the incidence of neuro-degenerative disease in any sport, not just professional footballers. A strength of our study design is that we could look in detail at rates of different neuro-degenerative disease sub-types.

This analysis revealed that risk ranged from a five-fold increase in Alzheimer’s Disease, through an approximately four-fold increase in Motor Neurone Disease, to a two-fold Parkinson’s Disease in former professional footballers, compared to population controls.”

Although, footballers had higher risk of death from neuro-degenerative disease, they were less likely to die of other common diseases, such as, heart disease and some cancers, including, Lung Cancer. Reflecting these findings, the Study found that deaths in former footballers were lower than expected up to age 70 and higher than expected over that age.

Dr Stewart said, “An important aspect of this work has been the ability to look across a range of health outcomes in former professional footballers. This allows us to build a more complete picture of health in this population.

Our data show that, while former footballers had higher dementia rates, they had lower rates of death due to other major diseases. As such, whilst every effort must be made to identify the factors contributing to the increased risk of neuro-degenerative disease to allow this risk to be reduced, there are, also, wider potential health benefits of playing football to be considered.”

The association between contact sport participation and neuro-degenerative disease has been subject to debate in recent years. Post-mortem studies have identified a specific dementia pathology, linked to exposure to brain injury, known as, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy:CTE, in a high proportion of brains of former contact sports athletes, including, former footballers in parallel studies led by Dr Stewart.

However, until this Study, it was not clear whether there was any evidence of an increase in neuro-degenerative disease rate in former footballers. Mr Greg Clarke, FA Chairman, said, "This is the most comprehensive Study ever commissioned into neuro-degenerative disease in former professional footballers. We welcome its findings and thank Dr Willie Stewart for diligently leading this important research.

The whole game must recognise that this is only the start of our understanding and there are many questions, that still need to be answered. It is important that the global football family now unites to find the answers and provide a greater understanding of this complex issue. The FA is committed to doing all it can to make that happen."

Mr Gordon Taylor, PFA Chief Executive, said, “These findings are a matter of considerable importance to our members. We are grateful to Dr Willie Stewart and his team for their work.

The PFA co-funded FIELD, alongside the FA. It is now incumbent on football globally to come together to address this issue in a comprehensive and united manner. Research must continue to answer more specific questions about what needs to be done to identify and reduce risk factors.

Our members; well-being is of paramount importance to us and we are committed to representing their voice as this conversation opens up across football’s stakeholders.”

The Paper: Neurodegenerative disease mortality in former professional soccer players: Published in The New England Journal of Medicine.

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New Study Finds: Cannabidiol or CBD Reduces the Impairments of Brain Functions Caused by Cannabis

 

 

|| Sunday: April 28: 2019: UCL News || ά. The more cannabidiol:CBD in a strain of cannabis, the lower the impairment to brain function, according to a new UCL-led brain imaging Study. The Research, published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology, is the first Study, using functional magnetic resonance imaging:fMRI to gauge how different strains of cannabis impact brain function.  “Over the last two decades, rates of addiction and psychosis, linked to cannabis, have been on the rise, while at the same time, stronger strains of cannabis with more THC and less CBD have become increasingly common.” said the Study’s Lead Author, Dr Matt Wall, UCL Clinical Psychopharmacology Unit and Invicro.

“We have now found that CBD appears to buffer the user against some of the acute effects of THC on the brain.” There is growing evidence that THC is implicated in addiction and cannabis-induced psychosis. CBD, on the other hand, is being researched for a range of therapeutic functions but, the interplay between THC and CBD is not yet well-known. In the present Study, the researchers monitored brain activity at rest in 17 people after taking different strains of cannabis. The two strains have equal levels of tetrahydrocannabinol:THC but, one of them, also, has high levels of CBD while the other strain, a high-strength cannabis, commonly, known as, skunk, contained negligible levels of CBD.

Both strains are comparable to the different strains of cannabis in common usage. The researchers found that the low-CBD strain impaired functional connectivity in the brain’s default mode, particularly, in the posterior cingulate area and salience networks, while the high-CBD strain caused only a minimal disruption to these regions, suggesting that the CBD counteracts some of THC’s harmful effects.

The salience network supports other brain networks and determines what sensory or emotional inputs we pay attention to and disruptions of the network have, previously, been implicated in addiction and psychosis.

The researchers, also, found that the THC-induced disruption of functional connectivity in the posterior cingulate was strongly correlated with participants’ reports of subjective experiences, such as, feeling more ‘stoned’ or ‘high’, suggesting that the brain area, may be, central to driving cannabis’ subjective effects. This relationship between the posterior cingulate and subjective effects was, also, blocked by CBD.

The researchers say that their findings add to evidence that cannabis strains with greater CBD content, may be, less harmful, suggesting that CBD content of cannabis should perhaps be regulated in jurisdictions where it’s legal. “As cannabis is becoming legal in more parts of the world, people buying cannabis should be able to make an informed decision about their choice of cannabis strain and be aware of the relative risks.” said Dr Wall.

The findings, also, provide insight into why CBD holds potential for medicinal uses.  “If, CBD can restore disruption to the salience network, this could be a neuro-protective mechanism to explain its potential to treat disorders of salience, such as, psychosis and addiction.” said Senior Author Professor Val Curran, UCL Clinical Psychopharmacology Unit.

The Study involved researchers at UCL, Invicro, King’s College London, Imperial College London and the University of Bath and was supported by Drug Science, Channel 4 Television and the Beckley Foundation.:::ω.

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