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Source: Global News

When Life Gives You Parkinson’s Podcast Recap — Understanding the gut-brain connection

Thursday 16:20 GMT

In this Extra Dosage episode of When Life Gives You Parkinson’s, I sat down with her at the Djavad Mowfaghian Centre for Brain Health at UBC for the Pacific Parkinson’s Research Centre.

Global News and other news outlets around the world reported on an exciting research discovery that people who had their appendix removed early in life had a lower risk of getting Parkinson’s later in life. After some research of my own, I discovered the appendix actually helps the immune system detect and eliminate harmful microorganisms, while regulating gut bacteria.

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Source: The Guradian

Monday Night Football: Has Jason Witten ruined a US television institution?

Wednesday 08:05 GMT

That, however, would underestimate just how unwatchable Monday Night Football has become this season, particularly due to former Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten’s brutal start as the show’s lead analyst.

While it no longer occupies the same primacy in pop culture thanks to developments like 24 hour sports programming, Sunday Night Football and the Red Zone Channel, it remains an American institution.

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Source: CBS News

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