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According to a small, 2012 study, eating pistachios may increase the levels of beneficial bacteria in the gut. In the study, volunteers ate a standard diet with either 0 ounces, 1.5 ounces, or 3 ounces of pistachios or almonds.
Researchers collected stool samples and found that people who ate up to 3 ounces of pistachios daily showed an increase in potentially helpful gut bacteria, much more so than those who ate almonds.
#Research : Human gut microbiota changes after consumption of almonds or pistachios
#Researcher : Volker Mai, Marlene Fredborg, Maria Ukhanova, Xiaoyu Wang, Sara Daniel, Janet Novotny, Sarah Gebauer, and David Baer
#Published Online:1 Apr 2012
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Yay on the paper today ! A small article but so honoured for winning this award ! It's a great boost for Science Box, thanks @toptal . Keep an eye out ! Website is releasing soon 😊
Last night I did not get a nice night of sleep. I felt nauseous and sick. Today, I woke up at 5:00am as usual. I ran 5km and the endorphins were shouting out loud that today was going to be a productive day. Except that it wasn't. My brain was so slow going through papers that it was more painful than usual lol. I had to go through the same paragraphs over and over. Than I switched topics and began to work on my presentation. It was no different 😣. So I did what was urgent and left earlier than usual. That way I can recharge my batteries and work full power the next day!
It is terrible for me craving for work but beying so tired that you might make more mistakes than actually make things right.
I gotta say it out loud that it is more than ok not to be productive 365 days a year. As long as I acknowledge that and do what I have to do to get back up on my feet as quickly as possible.
How I wish that when I was a medical student, someone had given me a roadmap to navigate the journey after becoming a doctor. Nobody told me about the audit/research projects, publications, presentations, teaching and leadership qualities I have to demonstrate on TOP of passing postgraduate examinations.
So here is what I've learned from years of chasing after the desirable CV :
1️⃣ Identify a mentor that is prominent in your field and approach him/her for advice. A little research goes a long way.
2️⃣ Ask yourself if you are passionate about a project before diving in and have an end goal in mind. For example, are you aiming for quality improvement, presentation or publication?
4️⃣ If you are starting something, commit to it for long term. For example, don't just teach medical students for one or two sessions - organize a teaching programme within your department that can benefit students in the future.
5️⃣ Do something different that is not related to your field. This always stand out during interviews especially if you can spin it to add value to your work life balance.
Do you have any personal tips to enhance your CV ?
Luis and I wanted to do something fun in the city but we didn't have any idea what to do. So I googled "top 10 things to do in NYC this weekend" and The Color Factory came up as a fun option, so off we went. It was honestly just as much fun as the pictures made it look, which in my experience is not always the case. They also had little photo booths through out so you didn't have to bother people to take pictures of you. This was a feature my socially anxious ass definitely appreciated 😂🙌
Here again after years.. I was just a young undergraduate student when I started my first training in oncology at the @humanitas.research.hospital .
I mean, it happened several years ago but I can remember it like it was yesterday. That day my eyes were proud and my heart was literally exploding for the enthusiasm. It was the day. The day I fell in love with #research .
Few days after, during my coffe break I asked you to go out that night for the first time. Afterwards we spent the next four years together before you got sick. I will curse that day forever.
It has been years but, with my feet on that floor, today, I felt exactly the same emotion.
I hate to think that everything happens without a reason. I prefer to think that, despite everything changes, something can never be changed. 🌸
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Do you know that up to 90% of conversations, or nearly 15% of work emails (Bassuk and Lew, 2016), qualify as gossip? In our newly published paper, we show how perception of negative workplace gossip can inhibit customer service performance. We also highlight the importance of mindfulness and forgiveness (the latter seldom talked about in Organizations today) in mitigating this effect.
For more details; follow the link: #mindfulness#customerservice#forgiveness#researcher
Inside our heads we often talk to ourselves in a way that we wouldn’t even talk to a stranger.
You look so fat today.
Nobody even likes you.
Who do you think you are?
You’re so stupid.
Imagine repetitively saying those things to a friend. How would it make them feel? They probably wouldn’t stick around for long.
Even the kindest people amongst us put up with a reel of self-critical thoughts towards ourselves every day. Yet we help others, build them up, say nice things. What I want to know is what would happen if you also started treating yourself in that way?
I’ve been carrying out some research into self-compassion and the benefits it can have for our well-being. I AM LOOKING FOR FIRST YEAR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS to take part in my study. It is super important to carry out this research within education in order to drive policies than can focus on helping students to build their self-compassion as opposed to focusing solely on self-esteem. Which would lead to a greater sense of well-being during those difficult months of transition into university life.
If you are a first year student from any university I would greatly appreciate you filling out a few questionnaires about your experiences. They should take no more than 15 minutes to complete. Just follow the link in my bio for more information and to proceed with participating in this study.
THANK YOU! 🙏💕
⚠️Logical Fallacies, Science & Social Media⚠️
Science communication online mostly focuses on WHAT topics to discuss, not necessarily HOW to discuss them. I have come across many Instagram posts that are riddled with logical fallacies i.e. errors in reasoning or invalid arguments. How we discuss scientific ideas and controversial topics is important - we should place a greater emphasis on the manner in which an opinion is argued rather than what the opinion is. Below are some logical fallacies you may have come across on social media (and should strive to avoid):
1️⃣Ad hominem. To put it simply, an ad hominem fallacy is an insult (or “name-calling”) - in this case, slander is used as if it was in itself a valid argument🤬Instead of attacking a person’s idea, the person is attacked for their character, how they look etc. How many times have you seen a person’s argument ignored and instead the person was called a “-ist” of some sort? Name-calling isn’t a valid argument.
2️⃣Argumentum ad passiones or the “appeal to emotions”😭 This fallacy distracts from the argument by appealing to emotions. E.g. “that’s offensive” as a rebuttal to an argument is commonplace on social media, but it is not a valid argument - emotions and feelings have nothing to do with the factuality of a particular idea/opinion. It isn’t surprising to recognize that emotions do influence persuasion; in fact it’s important to note that ideological propaganda typically spreads through the use of this fallacy.
3️⃣Ad populum 👨👩👧👦 or the “bandwagon fallacy”. This fallacy assumes that an idea should be accepted/rejected based on how popular it is; the opinion of the majority is always correct. Ideas spread like 🔥 on social media, and many people fail to do their own research into a particular topic. A gentle warning to those who rely on others to formulate their own opinions: “Don’t take refuge in the false security of consensus” - C Hitchens.
Have you come across these fallacies when arguing with others? What other logical fallacies exist? What are your thoughts on how people share their ideas on social media? 💡
Writing software for CERN and eating delicious pancakes... can life even be better? Haha 😄👍🏼
But seriously... for me personally it’s really important to always have a good balance between doing cool and interesting physics research at CERN and living a healthy lifestyle. Eating clean and good food is really key to accomplish that.
After all, food is the fuel to your body, right? And your body needs good fuel to work well 😊👍🏼
So, eat healthy and stay focused! 😎
Besides writing reconstruction software, I will soon start to work on another cool topic: Analyzing LHC data to search for supersymmetric particles that could give hints to the mysterious dark matter!
Are you interested in learning more about supersymmetry and dark matter? 😍😊
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The walls in my office at CERN are entirely made out of whiteboards. How cool is that? 😎
That way you can always be super productive 😊👍🏼
And that code you can see on my screen? That’s software I’m currently working on. It finds and reconstructs the interaction points (so called vertices) of particles colliding in the LHC given an input set of reconstructed particle tracks traversing the ATLAS detector.
Can you guess which programming language we are using here? 😊