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It's like three minutes past the hour it's time now for medical -- -- first up new concerns for parents.
Over car seat safety could they somehow be bad for your children.
Joining me now is doctor Jennifer Walden.
Clinical instructor of surgery at NYU's -- -- medical center doctor thanks for being here so -- night when my son was a newborn.
He falsely in his car seat and I just let -- -- -- a sleeping in his car seat all night.
-- we now know that's dangerous threat now we want to just basically taken out of the car seat once they get excited put them in their cred because.
The position of their chest and airway.
Makes her oxygen levels go down a little bit within the realm of normal but it does decrease a little bit.
But we must keep them in the car seat in the car because the risk of a car accident far outweighs this minor.
He saturation and oxygen okay because of course it's good for car.
Bad for substitution for Chris absolutely can they kind of can't cover it basically -- your neck down switching 'cause -- -- -- -- a little bit okay next -- -- talk about some research out of the university of Nottingham which shows that daylight.
Can help you lose weight Howell right basically this steady Eddie Kaye looked at 3500 patients finish -- a seasonal variation in the presence.
A brown fat which is the good kind of fat compared to white fat which makes -- -- In basically -- in to a lesser extent temperature activated the brown fat.
Which burns energy calories quicker and -- you lose weight so this is more than just during the daylight you -- -- -- get physical activity this is something else chemical happening in Iraq absolutely absolutely and so basically this could be used by researchers to find new treatments.
In the development our programming of fat.
To become brown fat and -- we might lose weight quicker.
Okay next topic we must talk about it this is the strangest one the Cleveland clinic study people.
To figure out who was most likely to get alzheimer's.
For some reason they use Britney Spears in this study what is the connection well basically the Cleveland clinic clicked 69 mentally healthy adults.
In that put the minimize he has two thirds -- at high risk for alzheimer's but mainly history genetic markers.
They showed them celebrity names and stranger names that people -- for alzheimer's brains lit up in various memory banks.
As opposed to the other people showing that.
Basically they're struggling for that memory so this could identify people at risk for developing alzheimer's -- we could institute treatments earlier.
With functional MRI -- so when they showed the picture Britney Spears one part of the brain.
Lit up bright and it didn't think that that was a part of the brain that was say should be added breaking right.
And it and it didn't -- -- and the people that weren't at risk for memory problem how -- -- absolutely this is exciting research you can send us treatment earlier right.
Right okay terrific doctor Jennifer Walden thanks so much for coming him.
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