Auerswald

14 Jun 19
Ocean acidification

Highlights • Lobsters are very efficient at rendering an injected dose of bacteria non-culturable. • There is an interactive effects of temperature and pH on lobster immunity. • Haemocyte numbers are reduced following chronic exposure to hypercapnia/high temperature. • Chronic exposure to hypercapnia/high temperature does not affect the ability of J. lalandii to defend itself […]

13 Jun 19
Menopodcast

We’re talking about exercise this episode! “Use it or lose it” applies to so many parts of our bodies as we age. (Most notably the brain and vagina!) But our body as a whole is a critical place to really start using it so that we don’t lose it as we get older. And midlife/menopause […]

05 Jun 19
Menopodcast

This episode talks about Lady Parts. The parts of a human body you only find on us ladies: the Pelvic Region, like the uterus, the ovaries, the vagina, the urethra (and yes, we know that men have urethras, too, but they are totally different), the Breasts, and our Sexual Function and Sexuality. We’re talking about […]

03 Jun 19
InfoSec Industry

Original release date: June 03, 2019 The US-CERT Cyber Security Bulletin provides a summary of new vulnerabilities that have been recorded by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Vulnerability Database (NVD) in the past week. The NVD is sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center […]

29 May 19
Menopodcast

Midlife is a time of change in many ways. The onset of Menopause is an excellent time to take stock of your overall health, especially your heart and brain. Did you know? Heart Disease is the number one killer of women, far more than all cancers, lung disease and accidents, combined. That fact alone should […]

23 May 19

[ad_1] When Serggio Lanata moved to San Francisco in 2013, he was stunned by its sprawling tent cities. “Homelessness was everywhere I looked,” he says. Lanata, a neurologist at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), was also struck by similarities in the behaviour of some older homeless people and patients he had treated for […]

22 May 19
Menopodcast

Hormone Replacement Therapy gets a bad rap, but really, you have to do your own research. Turns out it’s really great for some people and not recommended for others. Menopause means your body isn’t making Estrogen anymore, but guess what? Estrogen has been doing good work inside our bodies for years, and when it goes […]

21 May 19
It's Interesting

Maria Haverstock, a participant in the Oakland study, became homeless at 58 when she could not find work after leaving an abusive partner. When Serggio Lanata moved to San Francisco in 2013, he was stunned by its sprawling tent cities. “Homelessness was everywhere I looked,” he says. Lanata, a neurologist at the University of California, […]

09 May 19
Menopodcast

Hot Flashes are like the stereotypical punchline of Menopause, and while they are not life-threatening, they are still very disruptive – and can negatively impact your quality of life. Listen to Season 5 – Episode 1 now on iTunes. In this episode, we talk about what they are, why they happen to us, and what […]

06 May 19
California WaterBlog

by Nicholas Pinter, Jay Lund, Peter Moyle A review of 170 years of water-related successes in California suggests that most successes can be traced directly to past mistakes.  California’s highly variable climate has made it a crucible for innovations in water technology and policy.  Similar water imperatives have led to advances in water management in […]

31 Mar 19
Experience of Homelessness for Teenage Mothers

“You can’t get all excited when you’ve got worries and things you’ve got to take care of…like making sure they don’t abduct your children if you don’t live the way they want you to.” (Smid, Bourgois & Auerswald, 2010, p.7) The video below is about a women being accused of dental neglect and having the […]

30 Mar 19
Bryan O'Loughlin - in English

Just back from walking up 1,000m and near the top I decided now would be a good time to share books that I had bought on Amazon Kindle and Audible, and others in my wishlists. I am just getting started now. There a very few fiction books in this list out of necessity (none in […]

26 Mar 19
Students of Genocide

Today’s unit focused on the Jewish Holocaust, however our focus was more on the Nazis Ghetto policy rather than the whole Holocaust. The main focus of today’s unit was to discuss if the Ghettos were part of the Nazis deliberate plans to “solve the Jewish question” or was it just an organic development based on […]

19 Mar 19
Ahmed's Msc Blog

“Banking is necessary, Banks are not”. This is a critique of a Journal Article on Mobile Banking in India. The Author of this article is V.DevaDevan who is a research associate, Faculty area of Information Technology, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal, India. This paper starts with a good short brief on how technology like […]