It isn’t just the study itself that has come under fire. Critics also have lambasted a New York Times report on its findings, published the day before the study’s release.The NYT embarrasses itself with tripe of this kind.— Dan Gillmor (@dangillmor) June 10, 2019Dan Gillmor is a professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.”No kidding,” tweeted back Aron Pilhofer, chair of journalism innovation at Temple University in Phladelphia.No kidding. To report something like this uncritically is shameful. There are two sources in this story. If one of my students filed this, I would flunk them.— Aron Pilhofer (@pilhofer) June 10, 2019″A study appeared and they took it at face value,” Emerson’s Newman observed. “It was some pretty weak reporting.”The Times isn’t making any apologies for the story.”The story is fair and accurate,” it said in a statement.”It made clear that the $4.7 billion figure is the result of a study by News Media Alliance, a nonprofit organization. We go on to call the $4.7 billion figure an estimate and made sure to explain to our readers how this group came up with that number,” the NYT continued. “We also disclose early and explicitly the relationship between the Times and the alliance.” John P. Mello Jr. has been an ECT News Network reportersince 2003. His areas of focus include cybersecurity, IT issues, privacy, e-commerce, social media, artificial intelligence, big data and consumer electronics. He has written and edited for numerous publications, including the Boston Business Journal, theBoston Phoenix, Megapixel.Net and GovernmentSecurity News. Email John. Collaborative and Supportive Partner A study that estimates Google last year raked in US$4.7 billion from news content has drawn widespread criticism.That $4.7 billion is a conservative estimate, according to the News Media Alliance, the news industry trade group that released the study Monday. That’s because the estimate doesn’t take into account Google’s advertising revenue from publishers and data collected from news content.The actual value of news content to Google is difficult to quantify because of the ways it uses news to drive traffic, develop its products, and entrench its dominant position, according to the study, which strategy and economics consulting firm Keystone Strategy carried out for NMA.In addition to using news content for product development, such as training its artificial intelligence services, Google tailors its products — ramps up its use of news — to keep users in the Google ecosystem, the study points out.”News publishers need to continue to invest in quality journalism, and they can’t do that if the platforms take what they want without paying for it,” said NMA CEO David Chavern.”Information wants to be free, but reporters need to get paid,” he added. In its defense, Google told The Guardian that it collaborates with and supports news publishers worldwide, and that its news and search features have delivered more than 10 billion clicks to publishers’ sites, driving subscriptions and ad revenue.The study is based on “back-of-the envelope-calculations” and is “inaccurate,” Google reportedly maintained.However, “Google has stated that these are ‘back-of-the-envelope’ computations without offering a view into what’s actually in the envelope,” the NMA’s Chavern said in a statement provided to TechNewsWorld by spokesperson Michael MaLoon.”The news industry has been asking for these numbers for years. It is incumbent upon Google to be transparent about their income derived from news,” Chavern continued.”In fact, we call upon Google to share this data on their quarterly 10-Q reports and discuss this on their earnings calls,” he said. “Doing so would be in the interest of ensuring vibrant democracies and free press around the world.” Political Move The release of the study was a political move by the NMA, which was scheduled to testify Tuesday on a bill before Congress to give news publishers a four-year antitrust exemption, during which they could collectively bargain with the owners of online platforms over revenue splitting, suggested John Carroll, a media analyst for WBUR in Boston.”This estimate that the newspaper association came up with is a tool for them to convince the government that newspapers need some kind of relief, that they’ve been put at a significant financial disadvantage because of Google,” he told TechNewsWorld.The question is whether the newspaper industry should get the government to do anything at all, Carroll said.”There’s a school of thought that says journalists do not want to let the government into their house for any reason,” he said, “because however it might start out, once the government is inside your house, eventually they’re going to kick off their shoes, make a baloney sandwich and occupy your living room couch. That’s the last thing journalists need.”Whether Google is at fault for the news industry’s woes is questionable, Carroll noted.”You can argue that the newspaper industry has made its bed at this point, by giving content away for free and training people to think that digital content should be free, and by doing a bad job of convincing people that what newspapers produce is unique enough and valuable enough that they should pay for it.” Embarrassing Tripe One of the key assumptions underlying the $4.7 billion number — that news is worth $100 million to Google — is flawed, critics maintain.The figure relies on a comment Marissa Mayer made 11 YEARS AGO. She said Google News was ‘worth $100 million.”She didn’t say it made $100 million in profit or generated $100 million in revenue. She just said, offhand, it was worth that …2/5https://t.co/p1V5xFwMBm pic.twitter.com/0dCWAdQLhj— Bill Grueskin (@BGrueskin) June 10, 2019The study relies on weak, back-of-the-envelope calculations, said Russell Newman, an assistant professor in the Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies department at Emerson College in Boston.”In my world, this wouldn’t have stood up to peer review by any stretch,” he told TechNewsWorld. “It’s a bit ridiculous.”The value of news to Google is hard to quantify, said Dan Kennedy, a professor at Northeastern University School of Journalism.”I thought it was a little dubious based on the fact that they tried to come up with an exact figure when an exact figure isn’t something you can calculate,” he told TechNewsWorld.The study found that both Facebook and Google are dependent on news content, Kennedy said. “My sense is that Google is dependent on news content to some extent, but Facebook isn’t, so lumping them together seemed like a questionable proposition.” Back-of-the-Envelope Calculationsread more
Patients who suffer from Restless legs syndrome complain of painful symptoms in the legs leading to sleep disturbances. The mechanisms for RLS are still not completely understood. We have shown that also the nerve cells supplying muscles in the leg are responsible and hereby additional drug treatments may be ahead targeting these nerve cells.”Dirk Czesnik, Co-author Nov 13 2018Reviewed by Kate Anderton, B.Sc. (Editor)New research published in The Journal of Physiology presents a breakthrough in the treatment of Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS).RLS is a common condition of the nervous system that causes an overwhelming irresistible urge to move the legs. Patients complain of unpleasant symptoms such as tingling, burning and painful cramping sensations in the leg. More than 80% of people with RLS experience their legs jerking or twitching uncontrollably, usually at night.Until now it was thought that RLS is caused by genetic, metabolic and central nervous system mechanisms. For the first time the researchers show that, in fact, it is not only the central nervous system but also the nerve cells targeting the muscles themselves that are responsible.Related StoriesStudy finds high rates of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in patients with restless legs syndromeOlympus Europe and Cytosurge join hands to accelerate drug development, single cell researchScientists develop universal FACS-based approach to heterogenous cell sorting, propelling organoid researchThis new research indicates that the involuntary leg movements in RLS are caused by increased excitability of the nerve cells that supply the muscles in the leg, which results in an increased number of signals being sent between nerve cells. Targeting the way messages are sent between nerve cells to reduce the number of messages to normal levels may help prevent the symptoms of RLS occurring. This could be achieved by new drugs that block the ion channels that are essential for the communication between nerve cells.The research conducted by the University of Gottingen in conjunction with the University of Sydney and Vanderbilt University involved measuring the nerve excitability of motor nerve cells of patients suffering with RLS and healthy subjects.The next step is to investigate the effect of different medications in patients and the effect on RLS. Source:http://www.physoc.org/read more
Reviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Feb 12 2019Biologist Aleksey Belikov from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology has proposed that rapid progression of age-related diseases may result from the formation of so-called vicious cycles. An example of this is when toxic products of a biochemical reaction trigger that same reaction to happen again. The study, published in the January issue of Ageing Research Reviews, highlights the most promising options for age-related disease treatment that focus on interrupting vicious cycles.Statistical data indicate that the mortality rates due to all major age-related diseases increase exponentially with age. The MIPT researcher hypothesized that the reason behind this self-aggravating disease progression is the indefinite repetition of reaction cycles, which increases the harm from the initially noncritical changes in the body manyfold. It is these cycles that prospective therapies might address.”Age-related diseases in humans are nearly impossible to prevent, though the search for so-called geroprotectors continues,” said the paper’s author Aleksey Belikov, who holds a doctorate in natural sciences and is a researcher at MIPT’s Laboratory of Innovative Medicine. “The therapies that are being developed now aim to prevent disease progression.””Investigating the mechanisms behind age-related disease progression, one concludes that by the time the disease has been diagnosed, it is too late to address the triggering factors,” the biologist explained. “Apparently the most effective strategy is to interrupt the known vicious cycles by blocking certain stages in them. Drugs doing just that are already being developed.”In his study, Belikov examined the mortality rates of patients with five most widespread diseases that tend to affect elderly people more often, leading these diseases to be widely regarded as age-related: atherosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. Mortality statistics are the most powerful and least biased tool for studying diseases, since they account for the natural progression of a disease under various life conditions across a large population.Exponential, or geometric, growth is observed in nuclear reactions, water freezing, bacterial growth, avalanches, and other phenomena. To use the example of bacteria, one might imagine a bacterium in a test tube that divides once every second, and its offspring divide once every second, etc. Say it takes the bacteria four hours to fill up the entire test tube. The tube will be half-full just one second before the end of the experiment, yet four seconds earlier it’s just over 3 percent full. That is, the growth rate accelerates rapidly.Related StoriesStudy provides new insight into longitudinal decline in brain network integrity associated with agingNew methods to recognize antimicrobial resistant bacteria and how they workNew research could help design algae that produces fuels and cleanup chemicalsA detailed analysis of age-related diseases revealed that they progress exponentially due to reactions on the molecular or cellular level producing pathogenic products which in turn initiate the very reactions that produced them. That way the harmful products quickly multiply, and the disease progresses at an ever increasing rate, like an avalanche.The MIPT researcher investigated the mechanisms of each of the five age-related diseases in the study, identifying the molecular and cellular reactions that result in vicious cycles. He noted that even substances or factors which do not in themselves pose any critical health risks might nevertheless initiate a vicious cycle of reactions. As a result, the amount and impact of the cycle’s toxic component is amplified uncontrollably. This means that a lethal effect might stem from an initially noncritical amount of a harmless substance.For example, nerve cells in the brain contain a small amount of a protein called alpha synuclein, which is involved in nerve impulse transmission. It may happen that the gene encoding alpha synuclein is mutated, duplicated, or triplicated in a genome. This leads to multiple protein molecules sticking to one another, forming so-called toxic oligomers, which then grow in size by attaching other alpha synuclein molecules. This process produces fibrils, which from time to time break up into oligomers, each of which eventually grows into a new fibril, etc. This chain reaction causes the number of toxic alpha synuclein oligomers to grow exponentially, forestalling the exponential growth of the mortality rate due to Parkinson’s disease with patient age. While it is almost impossible to eliminate the oligomers that have already formed, their further growth might be prevented pharmacologically, halting the progression of the disease.”All the vicious cycles this paper deals with are based on prior studies of age-related diseases,” said Belikov. “New studies could complement or even radically change our understanding of what reactions constitute the cycles. Yet the notion of positive feedback loops, or vicious cycles, behind the exponential progression of age-related diseases will most likely remain.”? Source:https://mipt.ru/english/news/mipt_biologist_explains_molecular_mechanisms_behind_rapid_progression_of_age_related_diseasesread more
Source:https://nyulangone.org/ Reviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)May 2 2019The action of a gene called ATDC is required for the development of pancreatic cancer, a new study finds.The work builds on the theory that many cancers arise when adult cells — to resupply cells lost to injury and inflammation — switch back into more “primitive,” high-growth cell types, like those that drive fetal development.When this reversion happens in the presence of other genetic mistakes, a repair process meant to start and stop quickly continues unchecked.New details of this cancer-causing switch to primitive cells, and of the role of ATDC in pancreatic cancer formation, are revealed in a study of mice and human patient samples published online May 2 in the journal Genes & Development.Led by researchers from NYU School of Medicine and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, the study found that ATDC must be active if pancreatic cells, when injured, are to re-acquire primitive stem-cell qualities and undergo the early steps that lead to the development of pancreatic cancer.”We found that deleting the ATDC gene in pancreatic cells resulted in one of the most profound blocks of tumor formation ever observed in a well-known mice model engineered to develop pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma, or PDA, which faithfully mimics the human disease,” says corresponding author Diane Simeone, MD, director of the Pancreatic Cancer Center of NYU Langone Health’s Perlmutter Cancer Center. “We thought the deletion would slow cancer growth, not completely prevent it.”The search for better treatment in these cases is especially urgent, says Simeone, given that PDA has the worst prognosis of any major malignancy and is on track to become the second leading cause of cancer-related death by 2030.Healing Gone AwryThe study focused on acinar cells in the pancreas that secrete digestive enzymes through a network of partnering ducts into the small intestine. These same digestive enzymes can subject this tissue to low levels of damage. In response, acinar cells have evolved to readily switch back into stem cell types resembling their high-growth ancestors, a feature that they share with pancreatic duct cells.This ability to regenerate comes at a price, researchers say, because such cells are prone to become cancerous when they also acquire random DNA changes, including those in the gene KRAS that are known to drive aggressive growth in more than 90 percent of pancreatic cancers.Related StoriesSpecial blood test may predict relapse risk for breast cancer patientsNew gene-editing protocol allows perfect mutation-effect matchingNew study to ease plight of patients with advanced cancerSpecifically, stressed acinar cells are known to temporarily undergo acinar-to-ductal metaplasia or ADM, a step toward a primitive cell type to resupply cells. This sets the stage for a second shift into pancreatic intraepithelial neoplasia (PanIN), in which cells no longer multiply under normal controls.In the current study, the researchers found that mutant KRAS and other genetic abnormalities induced aggressive pancreatic cancer in 100 percent of study mice when the ATDC gene was present, but in none of the same cancer-prone mice lacking the gene. Neither did acinar cells in the ATDC “knock-out” mice undergo ADM or transformation to PanIN.To get a better look at the early steps in pancreatic cancer formation, the research team artificially caused pancreatitis in mice by treating them with cerulein, a signaling protein fragment that damages pancreatic tissue. ATDC gene expression did not go up right after the damage, but increased a few days later and in line with the timeframe required for acinar cells to reprogram genetically into their ductal cell forebears.Further experiments confirmed that the expression of ATDC triggers beta-catenin, a cell-signaling protein that, upon receiving the right trigger, activates genes that include SOX9. Earlier studies linked SOX9 to the development of ductal stem cells and to the aggressive growth seen in PDA. Consistent with this work, the current study found that the inability of cells lacking ATDC to become cancerous was due to their inability to induce SOX9 expression.The authors also examined ATDC expression in ADM lesions from 12 samples of human pancreatic tissue. The team found it to be more active in human ADM lesions along with beta-catenin and SOX9, and its activation increased further during the transition of ADM into human pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma.The findings, says Simeone, identify ATDC, beta catenin, SOX9, and their signaling partners as potential targets in the design of new treatment approaches and prevention strategies for pancreatic cancer.read more
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implored the Congress to come “together” “We need to face them together” he said of the problems of the young “to talk about them and to seek effective solutions rather than getting bogged down in discussions” Instead of dogma he called for “a spirit of openness and pragmatism” Instead of division he asked for unity “There is another temptation which we must especially guard against: the simplistic reductionism which sees only good or evil; or if you will the righteous and sinners” he said “The contemporary world with its open wounds which affect so many of our brothers and sisters demands that we confront every form of polarization which would divide it into these two camps We know that in the attempt to be freed of the enemy without we can be tempted to feed the enemy within” There were issues of political import to be sure He did mention the dangers of a warming planet and the need respect immigrants and to do more to care for the poor and elderly His praise of community echoed Democratic talking points more than Republican ones and his spirited condemnation of the death penalty contrasted with his passing defense of unborn life Of the four Americans that he praised two were former leaders of the left civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr and labor organizer Dorothy Day One was a mystic Thomas Merton who called the nation to improve its own spirit And the last was the President Abraham Lincoln who held the nation together at its darkest hour Read More: These Are Some of the Top Catholic Lawmakers in US “A nation can be considered great when it defends liberty as Lincoln did when it fosters a culture which enables people to ‘dream’ of full rights for all their brothers and sisters as Martin Luther King sought to do” Francis said “when it strives for justice and the cause of the oppressed as Dorothy Day did by her tireless work the fruit of a faith which becomes dialogue and sows peace in the contemplative style of Thomas Merton” But his reception was overwhelmingly positive He entered to united cheers from both sides of the assembled chamber only later to get the divided reaction of partisan cheers for which Americans have long been accostomed Vice President Joe Biden and Speaker John Boehner both Catholic broke with the usual protocol to reach out and shake his hand before the speech Senators could be seen snapping pictures as Francis entered the hall with their cell phones while Cardinal Pietro Parolin the Vatican’s Secretary of State chatted with Senators who appeared not immediately to recognize him The assembled lawmakers listened attentively as the Pope speaking slowly with a heavy Argentine accent laid out his mission for them “Politics is instead an expression of our compelling need to live as one” he said “in order to build as one the greatest common good: that of a community which sacrifices particular interests in order to share in justice and peace its goods its interests its social life” In all this Rep Gosar’s fear that the Latin American Pope would preach socialism to the chamber was revealed not as providential but as small and cynical If anything Gosar was the target of Francis’s address the representative of a hard-headed ideology that the Pope hoped to crack the embodiment of a man who had succumb to the “enemy within” America was founded on a separation of church and state but not on the idea that one could thrive without the other That in the end was the message of Pope Francis: The true message of God is greater than the things we think divide us Read Next: Pope Francis Meets America 7 Times World Leaders Addressed Congress Pope Francis addressed a joint meeting of the US Congress with with Vice President Joe Biden and Speaker of the House John Boehner in the House Chamber of the US Capitol in Washington on Sept 24 2015 urging legislators to work together to solve problems and avoid polarization Jim Lo Scalzo—EPA Benjamin Netanyahu Israeli Prime Minister addressed Congress on March 3 2015 urging a stop to the Iran nuclear talks His policy positions are often controversial but he enjoys a privileged position when it comes to visiting the legislature this was his third visit to Congress Mandel Ngan—AFP/Getty Images Yitzhak Rabin Israeli Prime Minister and King Hussein of Jordan shake hands following a joint address to Congress on July 26 1994 In the second of two Arab-Israeli appearances Jordan’s leader appeared with Israel’s prime minister to celebrate their peace treaty The treaty signed the next month ended a 46-year state of war David Rubinger—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Nelson Mandela addresses Congress on June 26 1990 At the time he was president of the African National Congress Apartheid was still law in South Africa and Mandela had only just been released from prison a few months before his appearance before lawmakers Kevin Larkin—AFP/Getty Images Benazir Bhutto prime minister of Pakistan addresses Congress on June 7 1989 She was the first woman elected to lead an Islamic state and she remains Pakistan’s only woman prime minister to date After serving two non-consecutive terms she was exiled to Dubai in 1999 She returned to Pakistan in 2007 to run for the office again and was assassinated JScott—AP Margaret Thatcher British Prime Minister addressed Congress on Feb 20 1985 She was the first female head of state to do so who was not a monarch Bob Daugherty—AP Egyptian President Anwar Sadat left and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin respond to applause in the chambers of the US House of Representatives during a joint session of Congress on Sept 18 1978 A day earlier the leaders had signed the historic Camp David accords which ended 30 years of war and led to a peace treaty between the two nations in 1979 AP Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi Shah of Iran addressed Congress on April 12 1962 He was deposed in 1979 No Iranian leader has addressed a joint session since Aziz Rashki—AP 1 of 8 Advertisement Additional reporting by Maya Rhodan Contact us at editors@timecomAt next months Emmy Awards some of the acceptance speeches will surely include so many "thank yous" that viewers will be left rolling their eyes The winners will be left worrying about who they forgot "The stars at awards shows always come backstage feeling like they didnt express enough gratitude" says Hollywood journalist Jeanne Wolf "There arent enough ways to say thank you for something big Thats why you hear thank you so much and thank you so so much" While we often assume celebrities are self-absorbed and ego-driven they can actually teach us something quite lovely about appreciating what weve achievedand recognizing the people who helped us get there Instead of being cynical about awards shows we can see them as meaningful reminders of how important it is to see success in a broader perspective Wolf says most stars shes met (and shes met most) are a little surprised by their own good fortune "They all bow in the direction of luck and chance They know theyve been chosen and they also know to look around and be grateful" Wolf says Given new research linking gratitude to better health and increased happiness the grateful stars may be on to something Outside of awards shows many celebrities are finding their own ways to express gratitude Wolf says that when she asks stars about gratitude they are often eager to tell her about how they put it in practice "Usually before I eat a meal Ill list the things for which Im grateful I do that with my wife [Anna Faris]" Jurassic World star Chris Pratt told Wolf After his movie raked in $200 million its opening weekend he could easily have turned entitledbut before-meal gratitude was a strong antidote Actor Will Arnett has developed a plan to remind himself to be grateful whatever the status of his TV and movie projects "Every single morning I write a gratuity list I write down ten things Im grateful for every dayand it always starts with my kids" said the actor who made his name in shows like 30 Rock and The Lego Movie Psychologists who study well-being say that keeping a gratitude journal can boost spirits and reduce depression better than almost any other intervention Stars need that as much as the rest of us "Along with the success is tremendous insecurity and fear and self-doubtthe sense that it will all go away tomorrow" Wolf says "A-list stars want to find a way to slow down and count their blessings" Its easy to say that stars should be gratefulthey have big paychecks adoring fans and shiny cars "But that misses the point We all have bumps or tragedies that could have stopped us" says Wolf Gratitude helps give all of us the power to get through difficult times and recognize the bright ones Kelsey Grammar struggled after the murder of his sister deaths of his half-brothers and his own addictions to cocaine and alcohol But the star of Cheers and Frasier turned his life around "I hit my knees every day and express gratitude" he told Wolf Having spent a year trying to bring more gratitude into my own life (and writing about it in my new book "The Gratitude Diaries") I admire anyone who can look past difficulties and focus on the positive Stars I spoke to incuding Matt Damon Jerry Seinfeld and Clint Eastwood all had "thank you" as part of their every day vocabulary They didnt wait for awards shows I was happy to learn from them I wont win an Emmy next month but to all these stars who make gratitude part of their lives and teach us how to do the same I would like to say Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis should take cognisance of the matter and take appropriate action against those involved officer on special duty for minority affairs minister Vinod Tawade "We didn’t take a broad enough view of our responsibility Nelson said afterward that Zuckerberg was "forthright and honest to the degree he could" be in the private Pence eventually revised the law to explicitly prevent discrimination "Don’t ask that guy–he wants to hang them all” The 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