Great name of an osteopath!
Assuming this isn’t a hoax, and there is certainly a lot of rumor and speculation about what Apple does and doesn’t do, then this is big.
Steve Jobs Resigns as Apple CEO, Will Stay On As Chairman, Tim Cook New CEO
I hereby resign as CEO of Apple. I would like to serve, if the Board sees fit, as Chairman of the Board, director and Apple employee.
New research has confirmed that dysfunctional breathing is not purely a biochemical disorder, characterised by low levels of carbon dioxide in the blood, but that neurological and physiological processes – like the way people perceive their breathing – also play a role.
The study, funded by the Australian Osteopathic Association and published in a recent issue of the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapy, examined different screening methods to search for possible correlations between different causal influences of the syndrome.
“It showed that people can have dysfunctional breathing of just one type – a biochemical or biomechanical dysfunction, or a perception dysfunction,” said lead author Rosalba Courtney, a Sydney-based osteopath who conducted the research as part of her health sciences PhD at RMIT University. “It means that clinicians who want to evaluate [the syndrome] really have to apply a range of measures,” she said.
One of the results from Sydney-based osteopath Rosalba Courtney’s PhD research is that a range of measures need to be applied to assess breathing dysfunction. I’m looking forward to reading her article in JBMT.
Just downloaded and started using Notional velocity and loving using it. Now on the path of syncing notes with my Mac. http://www.leancrew.com/all-this/2011/02/iphone-notes-app-comparison/ www.matthewdstewart.com
A great summary of the key points of the 4 hour body from the man himself, Tim Ferriss.
The Shortcut to the Shortcut: The 4 Key Principles of The 4-Hour Body
The Shortcut to the Shortcut – The 4 Key Principles of The 4-Hour Body
This short presentation, delivered in Berlin at the NEXT Conference, covers the four key principles of the #1 New York Times bestseller, The 4-Hour Body. It also includes an interview with the fantastic David Rowan, editor of Wired Magazine in the UK.
The Q&A covers smart drugs, Ambien, measurement of “thoughts” (prefrontal cortex activity), and more.
Posted on May 27th, 2011