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UCSF AME CENTER
The UCSF Aging, Metabolism, and Emotions (AME) Center is a powerhouse of leading scientists, researchers and public health advocates and home to COAST & SSEW.
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UC SSEW Initiative Sep 21
Dr. Rachel Morello Frosch talk highlights how California's climate change law has empowered communities to divert $ to low income communities that bare a heavy burden. & symposium.
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UC SSEW Initiative Sep 21
"Many chemicals have an effect on the endocrine system" - Dr. Bruce Blumberg, originator of the "" at the & symposium at . Check out the agenda + a link to a 12:30 pm live stream portion.
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UCSF AME CENTER Sep 20
From / - a collection of accomplished speakers and panelists will discuss the far-reaching (yet often invisible) impact of the on , including and toxins (environmental, air, & food) on obesity:
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UCSF AME CENTER Sep 20
Many amazing speakers presenting at the 2018 Symposium - The & Metabolic Health event tomorrow. If you aren't able to attend in person, then check out the live stream portion (link provided in the registration site/agenda here:
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Robert Lustig MD Sep 11
means . The main pathway to today is the breakdown of our finely tuned metabolic machinery inside, due to , and – ? Attend this great event and get the answer.
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UCSF AME CENTER Sep 6
September 21st Laurel heights our network of researchers will discuss the Exposome & Metabolic Health! Register Free today!
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UCSF AME CENTER Jul 26
Happy birthday to the director of the Center for Health and Community-our beloved Dr. Nancy Adler!!! 🎉🎉
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UCSF AME CENTER Jul 26
The UCSF Aging, Metabolism, & Emotions (AME) Center focuses on optimizing human health, so we can thrive in mind & body. We host the Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study & Treatment (COAST) & the Sugar, Stress, Environment and Weight (SSEW) Initiative.
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UCSF AME CENTER Jul 26
We are just getting our AME YouTube channel established - please take a look and subscribe if you haven't already!
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Emeran Mayer, MD Jul 25
Early life experiences can play a role in the development of brain-gut disorders, both in terms of your gut symptoms, as well as your anxiety and depression. .76 Learn more:
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UCSF AME CENTER Jun 26
Can meditation be a useful intervention for stress and various health conditions? employees can join a study now looking at the effects of mindfulness at
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Elissa Epel Jun 20
and @UCSF_AME is leading a free UC wide stress reduction effort--if you are staff at any UC, & have a smart phone, check this out!
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UCSF AME CENTER Jun 22
Overeating foods you want to avoid? You might qualify for a study on the biology of overeating. Participants must be female, age 18-45, and overweight, and will be compensated for their time. To find out if you're eligible: .
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UCSF AME CENTER Jun 12
team outing to celebrate our first 100 participants! 💯💯
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Robert Lustig MD Jun 4
Great piece by Dr. Mark Cucuzzella, professor at School of Medicine's Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Health. Get sugary drinks out of hospitals.
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UCTV Jun 7
Preventable disease rates keep going up, even though behaviors have improved. Why?
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UCSF AME CENTER Jun 6
12th Annual Symposium "The & " will explore how our social, psychological & physical environments create metabolic disease - 9/21/18. The event is free, but RSVP now to reserve a seat - you don't want to miss this! ​
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UCSF AME CENTER Jun 6
The UCSF Aging, Metabolism, & Emotions (AME) Center focuses on optimizing human health, so we can thrive in mind & body. We host the Consortium for Obesity Assessment, Study & Treatment (COAST) & the Sugar, Stress, Environment and Weight (SSEW) Initiative.
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UCSF AME CENTER May 9
In a study published by our very own Dr. and Alexandra Crosswell, digital mindfulness meditation can improve outcomes related to work stress and well-being, with potentially lasting effects!
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UCSF AME CENTER Apr 17
East LA has the highest Diabetes rate in any region in the county. Hear what researchers @AshEMason , @LauraSchmidtPhD and community members are doing about the rising
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