1. ClockWise Concept Video


    from Ross Ambrose / Added

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    Video demonstrates the use and benefits of ClockWise; a concept designed by Ross Ambrose which facilitates a user's understanding of their body clock and provides them with opportunities to change it. D.O.P and Editing: Sunny Das Acting: Greg Ambrose Direction and Idea: Ross Ambrose

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    • The Rhythms of Life - Prof Russell Foster


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      Prof Russell Foster, University of Oxford delivers the Annual Public Lecture at the International Union of Physiological Sciences held during July 2013 in Birmingham, UK. The lecture was titled "The Rhythms of Life - what your body clock means to you from eye disease to jet lag." In this enthralling presentation, Prof Foster outlines how the 24 hour body clock regulates many of our physiological functions including body temperature, mood and stress. He also outlines his research on a previously undiscovered a part of the eye which can detect light, even if all the rods and cones are damaged. He was introduced by Prof Louise Robson, University of Sheffield.

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      • OHSU's Dr. Steven Shea discusses his research on hunger and the circadian clock


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        Research summary: A study published in the most recent version of the journal Obesity found that the body’s internal clock, the circadian system, increases hunger and cravings for sweet, starchy and salty foods in the evenings. While the urge to consume more in the evening may have helped our ancestors store energy to survive longer in times of food scarcity, in the current environment of high-calorie food, those late night snacks may result in significant weight gain. Additional information about this research can be found here: http://bit.ly/10OyCZv

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        • Sleep Routine - for a better night's sleep


          from Rachael Watson / Added

          This short clip shows you some of the things you could do before bed to help you have a better night's sleep. Remember, each person has an individual body clock and things they like to do to unwind, so you need to tailor your sleep routine to suit you. Instrumental music plays throughout this video. Title page: An image of tea, coffee, and boiling water, with the words “sleep routine” overlaid. Scene one: Coffee and herbal tea side-by-side next to a boiling jug. Our main character picks up a sachet of herbal tea. Scene two: Main character places the herbal tea in a teacup and adds boiling water. Scene three: Main character loads the dishwasher. Scene four: Main character shuts down his computers. Scene five: Main character turns off his iPhone. Scene six: Main character washes his face and brushes his teeth. Scene seven: Main character puts the cat out. Scene eight: Main character gets into bed in a darkened room. Final shot: Main character rests with head on pillow, asleep.

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          • Body Clock


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            Body Clock affect sleeping time and quality, causing insomnia

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            • Slowing the Pendulum, Practicing Balance


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              January 9, 2011 - This is my annual jetlag talk given around 24 hours after arriving back from Australia. It’s said that jetlag lasts one day for every time zone you cross. In that case I should be back to normal by September. When one of the kids asked me the time on the flight home, I said, “Where? In Sydney, Auckland, LA, Chicago or Michigan?”

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              • Dateline NBC 1996-2007


                from Liz Van Verth / Added

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                Sampling of graphics created for Dateline NBC. Illustrative animation done on the Quantel Hal, including the sailing ship, the rest completed in Softimage and Maya. All work completed by artist unless otherwise indicated.

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