“This data will change healthcare and make us more aware of our gut microbiome,” said Dr. Sabine Hazan-Steinberg, CEO and Founder of Progenabiome. “2500 years later, we’re proving Hippocrates right…everything starts in the gut.”
Dr. Hazan, a Malibu-based gastroenterologist, has 20+ years experience leading clinical trials, many for C.diff. When trials failed, she used fecal microbiota transplant (FMT), following advice from friend Dr. Neil Stollman, gastroenterologist at UCSF and East Bay Center for Digestive Health. She also followed great work by Dr. Thomas Borody, FMT pioneer and Centre for Digestive Diseases founder. Success post-FMT for recurrent C.diff suggested the microbiome holds many answers.
Knowing the C.diff microbe has existed for 10 million years, she questioned why it now takes 50,000 lives annually.
Dr. Sydney Finegold, infectious disease specialist who researched Autism/microbiome for 50 years, recommended she acquire a next-generation sequencer. When he passed in 2018, his books went to Hazan, hoping she could continue his legacy.
In January, she joined pathologist Dr. Brad Barrows and scientific director Dr. Andreas Papoutsis to launch Progenabiome. Their first run found non-toxigenic C.diff in every sample, including those not diagnosed with the disease. Preliminary data shows the C.diff microbe is not transmitted hand-to-mouth as previously believed. It is already in the gut and becomes toxic when something ingested triggers it.
Progenabiome will present this groundbreaking discovery at ACG 2019 (Poster 1027 / Booth 1931) and the 7th Annual International C.diff Conference November 6-7, 2019 in St. Louis.
Progenabiome is investigating the role of the gut flora in various diseases through 11 studies overlooked by New England IRB. Progenabiome’s Mission: to better understand, prevent, and treat diseases by analyzing specific genetic codes of 40 trillion gut microbes. Dr. Hazan believes the art of Medicine lies in our ability to see outside the box and recognize that all microbes and humans are unique.
For more: progenabiome.com / Twitter / Facebook / LinkedIn
This video is about business fashion or office style. About how a classic suit should fit you in order to look stylish but also feel comfortable.
Here I show you what to pay attention to when shopping for a women’s suit, including tailored jacket and fitted pants. Note: the advice on jackets applies to blazer fit as well.
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Checklist for suit shopping / tailoring:
– The shoulder seam sits on the shoulder.
– The waist fits but remains comfortable.
– Under the armpits, the jacket is adjusted (extra fabric here means that the jacket doesn’t fit your body type. Taking in the waist won’t solve the issue of the sleeve fit).
– Cross your arms: the back isn’t building horizontal folds and you can still breathe and move normally.
– The inner lining gives you extra fabric, so you can move in the jacket without feeling tightened up.
– The waistband isn’t tight and it sits naturally above the hips.
– The front rise is at the level where your belly isn’t compressed.
– The back rise is high enough to still cover your behind when you sit down.
– In the front: no horizontal lines (folds) at the hip level – or else go 1 size up.
– The pockets are flat against your hips, not pulling and not opening.
– Pants length: according to your taste. The classical way is slightly shorter than your legs, so that it won’t touch the floor if you aren’t wearing shoes.
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Women’s business formal wear is typically made up of a few distinct articles and type of clothing. Find out about women’s business formal wear with help from a style expert in this free video clip.
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Bio: Bryn Taylor is a style expert and founder of The Re-Stylist, a personal styling firm in New York and San Francisco.
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Series Description: There is never an age that is considered “too old” to be fashionable – its all about what you wear and how you wear it. Learn about fashion for women over 40 with help from a style expert in this free video series.
This is a Class 12 Business Studies Project as per the guidelines of CBSE.
Unit: ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
Topic: Changing role of the women in the past 25 years relating to joint families, nuclear families, women as a bread earner of the family, changes in the requirement trend of mixers, washing machines, microwave and standard of living.
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