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  • How to Remove Dark Circles Naturally in 3 Days (100% Results)
    by Sarah Adams 1 1 1
    Follow these 2 easy steps that I have shared in this video and say Goodbye to Dark Circles, Eyebags, Under Eye Swelling, and Crow's Feet Naturally and Completely. Remove Dark Circles Naturally in 3 Days One Fine Day by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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  • Do THIS to Remove Blackheads From Your Nose
    by Sarah Adams 1 1 1
    How to get rid of blackheads, according to top dermatologists? What are the best blackheads removers? These effective 5-minute methods will clean your face from the blackheads from your nose and lips completely. There is a problem everybody no matter the skin type faces – blackheads. It seems like it's pretty impossible to get them all out! These days multiple products and procedures can help you deal with this issue, but is there any other alternative? As it turns out there is. Do you want to know why and how exactly blackheads appear on your skin and what can help you get rid of them? Then, let's get to the bottom of it! TIMESTAMPS Why do blackheads appear? 0:47 Lemon and sea salt mask 2:41 Oatmeal, lemon juice, and yogurt scrub 4:00 Honey, milk, and some cotton 4:45 Cinnamon and honey strips 5:35 Green tea 6:15 SUMMARY A battle with blackheads takes a regular care and serious efforts. There are a lot of things you can try, so always set aside some time for yourself and try something new! This way you'll know what works for your skin and what doesn't. Throughout this process you will certainly find some universal methods and techniques that will work wonders for your skin, making it clean, fresh and above all healthy. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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  • 4 Secrets to Get Rid of Acne Naturally
    by Sarah Adams 1 1 1
    For more info: https://draxe.com/home-remedies-for-acne/ In this video, I break down the top foods you should be eating and supplements you should be taking to get rid of acne. I also cover the best face washes to use for clean, healthy skin and what foods you MUST get out of your diet immediately if you want to get rid of your acne. Causes of Acne: -One of the leading causes of acne today is the buildup of bad bacteria, yeast, and candida in the gut and digestive tract. -Taking antibiotic drugs and birth control pills, drinking chlorinated and fluorinated water, and consuming excess sugar can increase the growth of bad bacteria, yeast, and candida within the body. Secret 1 to Get Rid of Acne Naturally: 1. Remove sugar, which feeds yeast and candida. Also reduce fruit intake. Replace with Stevia, a calorie-free, sugar-free, all-natural sweetener or raw honey, a healthy, natural sweetener. Consume berries in moderation. 2. Remove grains, especially gluten, which causes inflammation of the intestinal tract. Healing the gut will clear the skin. Replace with gluten-free grains, such as coconut flour and almond flour. 3. Remove hydrogenated oils, which increase the amount of oils in the sebaceous glands of the skin. Replace with healthy fats, such as coconut oil. Secret 2 to Get Rid of Acne Naturally: 1. High-Fiber Foods -Fiber helps to reduce bad bacteria and increase good bacteria (probiotics) in the gut. -The best sources of fiber are: a. Sprouted Nuts and Seeds (flaxseeds, chia seeds, almonds) b. Vegetables 2. High-Quality Protein -Protein helps balance blood sugar levels to rid acne. -The best sources of high-quality protein are: a. Organic Chicken and Turkey b. Grass-Fed Beef c. Wild-Caught Fish d. Organic Eggs e. Sprouted Brown Rice Protein 3. Healthy Fats -Coconut oil is the best oil to get rid of acne. -Coconut oil contains antimicrobial properties to kill off bad bacteria and fight acne. A great way to include healthy fiber, protein, and fat into your diet is by consuming a superfood shake for breakfast that includes: -coconut milk -sprouted flax or chia seeds -organic protein powder Secret 3 to Get Rid of Acne Naturally: 1. Probiotics: -Probiotics kill off bad bacteria in the gut and help boost the immune system. -80% of the immune system is located in the gut. -Consume probiotic-rich foods, such as: a. Cultured Vegetables b. Kefir c. Yogurt d. Amasi -Look for 50 billion IU’s daily in a probiotic supplement. 2. Zinc: -Zinc helps to repair the gut lining and naturally boost the immune system. -Taking 50 mg of zinc per day is very effective in fighting acne. 3. Antioxidants: -Elderberry is the most effective antioxidant for reversing acne. -Try adding 1 tbsp. elderberry syrup or extract in your superfood smoothie. Candida Cleanse: -Remove all sugar and grains from diet and consume foods high in probiotics and fiber. Secret 4 to Get Rid of Acne Naturally: -Use an organic, tea tree oil face wash. -Tea tree oil is a natural essential oil that kills bad bacteria and moisturizes the skin. -Try this DIY Homemade Honey Face Wash for Clean Skin: https://draxe.com/homemade-honey-face-wash-clear-skin/ For more information on home remedies for acne, visit: https://draxe.com/home-remedies-for-acne/ *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
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  • How to Get Rid of Acne Scars and Spots In Just 3 Days
    by Sarah Adams 1 1 1
    One of the best after acne treatment: it removes acne scars and spots in just 3 days. All the ingredients are natural and very cheap! Getting rid of acne is quite hard on its own, but when you feel like you finally did it, here's another problem – post acne scars and dark spots. We at Bright Side found eight simple and effective ways to remove all these unwanted spots. So, let's get right to the bottom of it! First of all, let’s find out why and how exactly do these acne scars form. The main reason is the inflammation. When you get a pimple, your pore swells, which results in a break in the follicle wall. If this break is deep, it affects the dermal layer of your skin. Your skin detects all these processes and forms new collagen fibers that are made specially to fix this problem. They try to do their best, but they rarely can make your skin just as smooth as it was before, and there it is – your acne scar is here! When it comes to the dark spots, the situation is a bit different. When your skin detects the inflammation, it starts to release way too much melanin, which is a protein that gives the skin its color. And that's how you get a new pink, red or brown “friend.” Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC Have you ever seen a talking slime? Here he is – Slick Slime Sam: https://goo.gl/zarVZo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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  • Baking Soda For Acne Treatment
    by Sarah Adams 1 1 1
    Baking soda for acne is one of the cheapest treatments you can use. Some people swear by it, preferring it over anything else. This Video will show you exactly how to use it in 3 easy ways. Baking soda is a great add-on treatment if you don't want to buy expensive extra products or more active cleansers. Adding some to your usual cleanser can give it an extra boost, with mild exfoliant and anti inflammatory properties it can help clean and calm your skin. The 3 different options for using baking soda for acne below are all easy and will show great results. It may just become your new skin care 'secret'. Baking Soda For Acne Works Because. It has mild anti inflammatory properties that help reduce redness and swelling...a common use for baking soda is adding some to a bath to soothe rashes, irritation or sunburn on the body. It makes sense that is it's also beneficial for acne - which is by definition an inflammatory condition. The physical texture gives it exfoliating power - I still prefer the less scratchy, more even exfoliation of AHAs and BHAs, but baking soda does have the ability to refresh skin. It can be irritating and drying. Take care and lessen the frequency of treatment until your skin gets used to it. And always moisturize. 1. Increase The Power Of Your Cleanser - For Oily, Congested Skin, Blackheads. 2. Facial Mask - To Soothe Inflammation and Redness. 3. Spot Treatment - For Scars, Pimples, Cysts (Good For Sensitive Skin). Don’t Forget To Share With Your Friends And Family On Facebook & Google+, As You Might Help Someone In Need.... If You Want More Recipes And Tips, Subscribe to The Channel Now Here : https://goo.gl/t4uBhp → Our Google+ : https://goo.gl/mFLjw6 → Our Facebook : https://goo.gl/4vzUWE - More Health Tips Playlist Here : https://goo.gl/MRG1hx - More Beauty Tips Playlist Here : https://goo.gl/z4cbju - More Wonderful Life Playlist Here : https://goo.gl/e7pZKm DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information .we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need. Images licensed under CC: www.pixabay.com www.flickr.com www.pexels.com en.wikipedia.org commons.wikimedia.org www.publicdomainpictures.net Some images downloaded from shutterstock.com.
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  • The Secrets of Becoming the Best Front Office Manager | Ep. #055
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Log In To Your Free "Hospitality Property Strategy Video Series" http://keystonehospitalitydevelopment.com/youtube-5-part-video-series/ Success as a front office manager requires is a perfect mixture of skilful hospitality & tight organizational skills never settling for less than A +. Welcome to another edition of hospitality property school. Today, I’m going to take a look at how to be an incredible front office manager. Here are 15 steps the can help make a successful front desk manager? 1. Improve listening skills and then coach others to do the same We all need to not only hear but listen with better intensity. The front desk is the communication centre of every hospitality property. 2. Work towards customer delight In any hospitality property, customer service is supreme. The only method that will ensure your guests are satisfied with the service provided by the front desk is if you value your guests. 3. Make sure you and your staff know everything about the property & services The most obvious requirement for any successful front office manager is to know all the details about the hospitality properties product & services. 4. Make sure you know everything about the services and product of those properties that you are competing with As in the preceding strategy, effective front office managers know who their competition is, and everything about them. 5. Focus on the details In the hospitality property industry, small things can have a large impact. If you want to be the best front office manager your guests have ever seen, pay close attention to details. 6. Show Off Your Extroverted Side People with extroverted personalities often flourish in a hospitality property front office manager positions. Introverts who prefer working alone are often better suited to other fields. 7. Circulate with employees and guests An exceptional front office manager makes time to speak with his staff and also guests. 8. Hold regular one-on-one sessions with all direct employees in this department, including the night auditor While the night shift is usually quieter, it still represents 30% of the day and needs to be included in discussions & communication. 9. Training must be maintained and increased There is no excuse today for poorly or untrained front desk staff. When running high occupancy, many managers claim to be “too busy” to train. 10. When hiring people, pay attention to the “human” resource role Recruit and select people wisely. Encourage your General Manager to pay competitively or better and lead in incentives. As Front Office Manager, recognize your team regularly with “thank you’s “and expressions of appreciation. 11. Be a team player Even as a front office manager, you should be capable of being a team player and be able to work with your subordinates and other department heads without letting your ego come in the way. 12. Be proactive Don’t wait for top management to tell you the way to enhance your department. You’re the front office manager and you ought to have the insight and ability to initiate improvement to get the desired results. 13. Plan, coordinate and implement revenue management strategies regularly Some hospitality properties are fortunate to have a full-time revenue manager working on their property, while other companies sometimes have someone at the owner’s or management company office regularly watch inventories and demand patterns. 14. Review your market analysis monthly Understanding your guest’s needs is essential and sharing observations on changing guest preferences, needs or demands should be a critical part of front office monthly management practices. 15. Be open to improvement When things are running smoothly, you will get a pat on the back. But if things go are not running smoothly, you should be able to stand up and take responsibility. You need to be able to sit back, analyze the problem and come up with an answer, to ensure that it does not occur again. Do not try and blame your employees or others if things go wrong. Instead, use problems to enhance yourself and your department. Share or have any questions or feedback you can leave them in the comments section of the show notes. You can find them at: http://www.keystonehospitalitydevelopment.com/KHDC055 We appreciate your comments and if you have topic ideas, feel free to reach out to use on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/keystonehdc Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/keystonehdc Or email at info@keystonehospitalitydevelopment.com So, as always, let’s work together to put heads in your beds. Until next time, have a fun day. For listeners of the Hospitality School Podcast, we are offering an additional savings of 25% off the “The Guide to Operating an Independent Hotel or Bed & Breakfast" Training Tutorials http://keystonehospitalitydevelopment.com/training-tutorials- save25
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  • Business Office Administration
    Business Office Administration PROGRAM OBJECTIVE: Join an increasing number of students who are developing the skills to work in a rewarding career as a business professional. Students will gain the ability to function effectively and competitively in the business environment through the acquisition of communicative and technical skills. In this 720 hour program, offered in the morning, afternoon, or evening, students are prepared for a business career in fields such as: Administrative Assistant Accounting Clerk Bookkeeper Customer Service Representative Office Clerk Sales Professional Receptionist
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  • What Does A Business Office Manager Do?
    by Anna Williams 1 1
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  • Business Administration: Office Management, A.A.S.
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    The Office Management program will prepare students for entry-level and mid-management positions that will enable them to lead people in attaining the objectives of an organization. Planning, organizing and controlling computerized and information processing activities of an organization are the major focuses of this curriculum. The program will prepare graduates for higher level office positions. This program concentrates on developing the following skills: oral and written communications, business organization, computer software applications, office information systems, supervision and administrative support systems, records and information management and interpersonal relations. Training will be conducted on computers and related office equipment. For students desiring on-the-job experience prior to graduation, an internship course may be available.
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  • Office Management and Effective Administration Skills
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Office Management and Effective Administration Skills is an exciting and interactive programme. It is designed to provide office administrators, supervisors of clerical and administrative staff, executive secretaries and personal assistants the opportunity to review and develop the interpersonal and professional skills they need to do their jobs effectively – thereby contributing to their own, their boss’ and their organisation’s success
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  • Mental Health: A to Z
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    mindyourmind youth talk to us about what mental health issues are, aren't, and how it's important to try to keep mentally well. This video was created by mindyourmind youth volunteers for Mental Health: A to Z, launching November 28, 2011, as part of the Young Health Programme. The Young Health Programme is a global community investment program of AstraZeneca in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Plan International. Canada partners include mindyourmind, Boys and Girls Club of Canada and Physical Health Education Canada. The Young Health Programme is designed to help young people in need around the world deal with the health problems they face and improve their chances of living a better life.
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  • Women s Health from A - Z Biological Clock Medical Course
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    For Educational Use Only - Fair Use - Tick tock -- can you hear your biological clock Learn about a new technology that may tell you when time is running out.rn
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  • Best Time To Take Vitamins and Supplements
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Do you know how to take your vitamins and supplements? Timing is everything when it comes to taking your vitamins and supplements, so we've put together a guide to help you maximize the powerful health benefits that come from taking them at the right time. Read more about this on our blog: http://blog.professionalsupplementcenter.com/the-best-time-to-take-nutritional-supplements/ Morning: -Probiotics - Probiotics are best taken in the morning on an empty stomach. • When the stomach is empty, digestive activity is quiet and stomach acid and pH balance are relatively low, increasing the chances for the helpful microorganisms to thrive. -Iron - Iron is best absorbed in the morning on an empty stomach. • Caffeine, dairy and calcium can negatively affect absorption, so it's best to avoid these for several hours after taking iron. -Multivitamins - Take multivitamins with your first meal. In the morning! • As multivitamins contain both water and fat soluble vitamins, be sure to include some healthy fats with your meal for optimal absorption. -B-Complex vitamins - Taking B vitamins with breakfast helps to boost your metabolism and convert your food into energy, which can be used throughout the day. -Vitamin C- Vitamin C is best taken in the morning to support the immune system and boost energy levels. • Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin that lasts only a few hours in the blood stream, so if your formula recommends more than 1 tablet per day, take it in divided doses with meals to get the full benefit. Noon: -CoQ10 - CoQ10 is best taken at lunch time with a meal that contains dietary fats. • Avoid taking CoQ10 late in the day so it doesn't disturb your sleep. -Vitamin D - Vitamin D is best taken with a meal that contains dietary fats. • It's possible that Vitamin D can negatively affect sleep, so lunch time is a good time to get your Vitamin D. -Iodine - Iodine is not stored in the body, so regular intake is needed. kelp tablets taken with lunch may boost midday energy levels. -Vitamin K - Vitamin K is best absorbed along with dietary fats and ideally should be taken during the middle of the day. • Avoid taking vitamin K if you are taking Coumadin or any anticoagulant prescription drug, as Vitamin K can interfere with the effects of the medication. Night: - Fish oil - Important to support many aspects of health, fish oil is best taken with a main meal like dinner to aid absorption. -Calcium - Calcium aids nerve transmission and muscle function. To get the full benefit, take calcium in the evening along with magnesium. -Magnesium - Magnesium has a calming effect on the muscles and nervous system and may aid restful sleep. • Magnesium works synergistically with calcium, so take these together either as individual supplements or in a combined formula. In addition: -Digestive Enzymes - Digestive enzymes can be taken with any meal or within 30 minutes of your meal. Unless you have serious digestive issues, they don't necessarily need to be taken with light meals or snacks, but can be very beneficial for optimal breakdown and absorption of nutrients when taken with main meals. -Fiber - Fiber supplements may be taken either first thing in the morning or before bed. Be sure to take fiber with a full glass of water and get plenty of water during the day. Fiber can delay or reduce the absorption of certain medications so always check with your healthcare provider before taking. Should you have any questions about the best time to take supplements or any other supplement related questions, please call or email Professional Supplement Center. SUBSCRIBE TO US HERE! YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.co/c/Professionalsupplementcenter --------------------------------- NEWSLETTER: http://www.professionalsupplementcenter.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GET SOCIAL WITH US! --------------------------------- FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheProfessionalSupplementCenter TWITTER: https://twitter.com/PscSocial PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/pscenter/pins/ BLOG: http://blog.professionalsupplementcenter.com/
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  • CHS Presents: Lifestyles at the Heart of Health - From A to Z: Your Child's Health
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    CHS Presents: Lifestyles at the Heart of Health - From A to Z: Your Child's Health . CHS Presents: Lifestyles at the Heart of Health is a new series on Telecare that provides viewers with medical, nutritional, and fitness information they need to improve their health and well-being, either in their daily lives or for specific ailments. Hosted by award-winning broadcast professional Jane Hanson, healthcare experts from the Catholic Health Services of Long Island community share their knowledge to help us live healthier lifestyles. For more info please visit http://www.telecaretv.org
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  • Tips to be Healthy, Fit and Fine - A to Z
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    This video will help you to know the benefits of fruits, vegetable and other edible item from A to Z
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  • Managing Challenging Behaviors in dementia
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Learn three rules about behaviors in caring for someone with dementia and how to prevent them.
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  • Treatments for dementia: The dementia guide
    This film looks at treatments for dementia, including drug treatments for dementia, non-drug treatments for dementia and treating depression and anxiety. Watch the film to hear from Consultant Psychiatrist Dan Harwood and people living with dementia. Currently, there is no known cure for dementia. Scientists from around the world are involved in research to try to find one. However, there are drugs that can help to improve some of the symptoms or stop them progressing for a while, depending on the type of dementia. Non-drug treatments and support after diagnosis (such as information and advice) are also valuable. The dementia guide is for anyone who has recently been told they have dementia. This could be any type of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia or mixed dementia. It will also be useful to close friends and family of someone with dementia, as it contains information for anyone taking on a caring role. A diagnosis of dementia can cause a range of emotions. The news might come as a shock, or, for some people, it may bring a sense of relief as it provides an explanation for the problems they have been experiencing. It can also have a big impact on family and friends. If you, or someone close to you, have recently been diagnosed with dementia, you might be feeling angry, frustrated, worried, fearful, sad, embarrassed, lonely, guilty or even relieved. Everyone is different, but all these reactions are possible at different times and they are all normal. How you feel will probably vary from one day to the next. If you can, talk to friends and family about how you're feeling. Other people need to understand what you're going through. They might be finding things hard too, so talking can help both you and them. There are also specialist health and social care professionals you can talk to for support. You may find these Alzheimer's Society services - http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents_info.php?documentID=2236 and other useful organisations http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents_info.php?documentID=2237 helpful for further information and support. If you'd like to talk about the information in this guide, please phone Alzheimer's Society's National Dementia Helpline on 0300 222 1122 – calls are charged at a low-cost rate. The Helpline is for anyone affected by dementia and is open 9am–5pm Monday–Friday and 10am–4pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Trained helpline advisers can provide you with information, support, guidance and signposting to other appropriate organisations. Throughout this guide you will see suggestions for Alzheimer's Society factsheets http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/factsheets. You can order these by phone on 0300 303 5933 or email orders@alzheimers.org.uk. For factsheets specific to Northern Ireland, please contact your local Alzheimer's Society office. It's important to know that you aren't alone – about 850,000 people in the UK have dementia. It's possible to live well with dementia and there is support available for you and your family. This guide has been produced by Alzheimer's Society with support and funding from the Department of Health. Thank you to Lloyds Banking Group for supporting The dementia guide in 2014 and 2015. Interested in getting the latest updates from the Society? Follow us on Twitter -- http://www.twitter.com/alzheimerssoc Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/alzheimerssocietyuk ___ Who are we? Alzheimer's Society is the leading support and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. What is dementia? The term 'dementia' is used to describe the symptoms that occur when the brain is affected by specific diseases and conditions. Symptoms of dementia include loss of memory, confusion and problems with speech and understanding. Support the fight against dementia and visit us at http://www.alzheimers.org.uk If you have concerns about Alzheimer's disease or about any other form of dementia, please contact the Alzheimer's Society National Dementia Helpline on 0300 222 1122. Alzheimer's Society Leading the fight against dementia
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  • Dementia - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Check out our new website http://www.rehealthify.com/ Rehealthify offers reliable, up-to-date health information, anytime, anywhere, for free. -- video script below -- Dementia is the name for a group of symptoms caused by disorders that affect the brain. It is not a specific disease. People with dementia may not be able to think well enough to do normal activities, such as getting dressed or eating. They may lose their ability to solve problems or control their emotions. Their personalities may change. They may become agitated or see things that are not there. Memory loss is a common symptom of dementia. However, memory loss by itself does not mean you have dementia. People with dementia have serious problems with two or more brain functions, such as memory and language. Although dementia is common in very elderly people, it is not part of normal aging. Many different diseases can cause dementia, including Alzheimer's disease and stroke. Drugs are available to treat some of these diseases. While these drugs cannot cure dementia or repair brain damage, they may improve symptoms or slow down the disease. NIH: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
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  • Dementia: Managing Behavioral Problems
    (Visit: http://www.uctv.tv) Patients with dementia often have behavioral problems which result in caregiver distress. Dr. Berneet Kaur explains that these behavioral problems pose a significant challenge for primary care providers, which can result in both over-treatment and under-treatment of these patients. Series: "UC Grand Rounds" [10/2012] [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 24245]
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  • Disability for COPD, Asthma & Other Respiratory Diseases
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    http://www.cuddiganlaw.com/library/ssdi-and-ssi-qualifying-physical-disorders--copd.cfm. Reduce the chance of getting your disability claim denied by making sure that your condition is well documented. There are many tests available to document the severity of a variety of respiratory diseases, and all of them can be beneficial to your claim for benefits. Some of the available tests include: Pulmonary Function Test: This test measures your lung capacity and breathing ability, and can be administered both before and after you use your inhaled medication to demonstrate how much the prescription helps (or doesn’t) your breathing. Arterial Blood Gas Test: An AGB Test measures the acidity of, as well as the oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in your blood, and demonstrates how well your blood is able to transmit oxygen to your lungs. Controlled Exercise Test: Measures lost lung capacity experienced during increased activity. This test is useful to show how a condition such as COPD can affect your life during certain times, but not at others. If you suffer from any chronic respiratory disease that affects your ability to maintain gainful employment, you may qualify for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration. Call Cuddigan Law today at 402-933-5405 to learn more.
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  • Asthma and COPD: Acute Exacerbations
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    How to identify and treat acute exacerbations of asthma and COPD. Included is a discussion of antibiotics, the use of peak flow meters, possible worsening of hypercapnia with oxygen therapy, and the association between COPD and pulmonary embolisms.
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  • Difference between Asthma and COPD
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Differences between copd and asthma think copdifferently similarities and differences between asthma and chronic obstructive erj.Ersjournals content _suppl s similar similarities and differences. Asthma and copd have important similarities and differences . Both are chronic inflammatory diseases that involve the small airways and cause airflow limitation , both result from gene environment interactions and both are usually characterised by mucus and bronchoconstriction. What's the difference between copd and asthma? . Everyday health everydayhealth hs healthier copd copd and asthma a class "_zkb" href " url?q webcache.Googleusercontent search. Similarities and differences. Asthma and copd have important similarities and differences . Both are chronic inflammatory diseases that involve the small airways and cause airflow limitation , both result from gene environment interactions and both are usually characterised by mucus and bronchoconstriction in some respects, the changes in the body that cause shortness of breath are similar between copd and asthma. But a number of other copd asthma differences set the two conditions apart. Copd is an umbrella term used to diagnose people who have chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or a combination of both chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd) and asthma similarities and lung function is preserved, fev is . The differentiation between asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and bronchiectasis in the early stage of disease is extremely important for the differences between copd and asthma. Although copd and asthma are both respiratory diseases characterized by underlying inflammation, the nature of the aaaai experts explain the differences and similarities between asthma and copd there are both similarities and differences between asthma and copd. It is not always easy to differentiate between them (see later), but the wrong diagnosis copd is often confused as asthma. Since copd is much more serious, it is important to learn how to tell the difference between the two in medical school, we are taught that there is a clear difference between asthma and copd. Asthma is an allergic disease, and copd is not there are two types of obstructive lung diseases, asthma and copd. Asthma is characterized by normal lung function in most asthmatic people asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd) are both common obstructive differences between asthma and copd flow volume loops [] for all smokers, the chances of developing copd are between in and in . The difference between chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma?. Copd is a different condition from asthma, but it can be difficult to distinguish between copd and chronic asthma. Two people have copd, but one perhaps the most important difference between asthma and copd is the nature of inflammation, which is primarily eosinophilic and cd driven in asthma, and inflammatory mechanisms of asthma and copd. Educational aims. . To discuss the similarities and differences in inflammation between copd and asthma. There are, however, some important distinctions between asthma and copd. Copd causes chronic clues to the difference between copd and asthma the difference between the two is that the blocked airways of asthma typically open up completely with medication, while the airways with copd be correlation between severity of asthma as a child and the incidence of copd. Here are some examples about similarities and difference between the two th
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  • Asthma and COPD - An introduction
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    An introduction to obstructive lung disease, including definitions of asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and COPD, and a paradigm of how the diseases all relate to one another.
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  • Asthma and COPD
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    COPD stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. This is chronic asthma. Chronic means it progresses slowly while obstructive means that it causes narrowing of the airways in the lungs making it more difficult to breath. Pulmonary disease means that the condition affects the lungs. Therefore , asthma COPD is a diseases that progress slowly in the airways, narrowing them. Thus no air can move in or out of the lungs. Breathing becomes more and more difficult. http://helines.com/
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  • 5 Top Tips to Achieve Optimum Personal Health
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Award winning environmentalist entrepreneur, with Italian father and Irish mother, Bernice Maria Paolozzi, gives her top 5 tips for optimum health integrating Eastern culture into Western life. E: info@bernicepaolozzi.com Blog: www.ipositivenow.en.st W: bernicepaolozzi.com
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  • Personal Health Records Explained
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Chas Scarantino, CEO of Magnus Health Portal, gives an overview of the current and future landscape of Personal Health Records to the North Carolina Alliance for Healthy Communities.
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  • Personal Health Information Act
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    The Personal Health Information Act (PHIA) governs the collection, use, disclosure, retention, disposal and destruction of personal health information in Nova Scotia. PHIA was proclaimed on December 4, 2012 and came into force on June 1, 2013. The Act recognizes both the right of individuals to protect their personal health information and the need of custodians to collect, use and disclose personal health information to provide, support and manage health care.
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  • Epigenetics & Personal Health: Can We Control Our Own Future? | Matt Riemann | TEDxVeniceBeach
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    What if you could control the fate of your future health? What if you could alter the hard wiring of your genetic expression with your behavior and surroundings? Matt Reimann shows us the exciting new field of epigenetics and how it will change your stars. Matt is a social entrepreneur in the fields of personalized health and future medicine. In 2013, Matt founded the Ultimate Human Foundation, a non-profit with a mission to transform world health and assist in eliminating chronic pain and disease from the planet. Matt has founded 7 businesses in health and medicine over the past 10 years, most recently launching ph360.me, the world’s first smart health app based on personalized epigenetics and gene expression. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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  • Here and Now: Challenges in Clinical Laboratory Planning
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Planning a clinical laboratory isn’t just about space. Watch as ECRI Institute’s capital equipment experts give hospitals and health systems some pointers for tackling the challenges of planning a lab. For more information, please visit www.ecri.org/appliedsolutions
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  • Clinical Laboratory Technician, A.A.S.
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    The Clinical Laboratory Technology curriculum encompasses a concentration of medical technology courses along with courses in the liberal arts, social science, sciences, and mathematics. Lectures in the medical laboratory area include studies in hematology, clinical chemistry, coagulation, analysis of urine and other body fluids, immunology, serology, blood banking, and microbiology. Troubleshooting and quality control procedures are integrated into the program. College laboratories provide a simulated medical setting that gives students the opportunity to analyze clinical specimens using manual and automated methodologies. In the lab courses, students will use computers for data retrieval, record updating and printing reports. During the senior year, students complete laboratory rotations at affiliated clinical sites: Buffalo General Hospital, Veteran's Administration Medical Center, Sister's Hospital, Buffalo Mercy, Kenmore Mercy and St. Joseph's Hospitals, Roswell Park and the Erie County Public Health Laboratories. The students may perform clinical laboratory procedures at the affiliated hospitals under the direct supervision of laboratory technologists and may not perform service work during scheduled clinical sessions.
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  • The Clinical Laboratory Explained
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Free Job Interview Question/Answer ebook: http://careerconfidential.com/how-to-answer-interview-questions-top-50.php?v1=yt&v2=yt1 Clinical Laboratory Sales Jobs http://careerconfidential.com/special... A powerful tool for any clinical diagnostic representative to develop an understanding of how their product or service fits in the overall testing in the lab. Your understanding of this information can be a huge advantage for you in your job search in lab equipment sales, reagent sales, service, marketing and other roles in the clinical lab. Hematology, Blood Bank, Chemistry, Histology, Microbiology, Virology. http://youtu.be/9TVd9f1oo-8 Description: If you need a story, or interview coaching, or something else that is stopping YOU from getting the job you deserve, I can personally help you here: Career Coaching: http://www.phcconsulting.com/WordPres... Interview Coaching: http://www.phcconsulting.com/WordPres... Need a Story? http://www.phcconsulting.com/WordPres... Medical Sales Tips: http://www.phcconsulting.com/WordPres... Career Confidential Site: http://www.careerconfidential.com/ FREE Job Interview Prep Kit: blog -- http://careerconfidential.com/ultimat... FREE Job Interview Iphone/Ipad APP: Job Interview Question-Answer http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/job-in...... Career Tools: http://careerconfidential.com/job-sea... FIND US HERE: Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/peggy.mckee Linkedin @ http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?... Twitter @ http://twitter.com/hiddenjobfinder and http://twitter.com/http://twitter.com... G+ @ https://plus.google.com/u/0/101837052... Feel free to SHARE, LIKE, TWEET, or RETWEET! Peggy loves visitors!
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  • Clinical Laboratory Technician, Technologist & Scientist
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians work with a team of medical professionals to perform complex medical lab tests and help doctors diagnose and treat patients. The health care industry in California is made up of over 79,000 businesses. Community college students can earn an associate degree to become a medical and clinical laboratory technician. There are currently nearly 17,000 medical and clinical laboratory technicians in California. In the next five years, it is projected there will be nearly 5,000 job openings. With a Bachelor’s degree, students can move up the career ladder and become medical and clinical laboratory technologists. Projections estimate over 2,700 job openings for medical and clinical laboratory technologists by 2019. Salaries for medical and clinical laboratory technicians range from $16 to $25 per hour. Salaries for medical & clinical laboratory technologists range from 30 to 45 dollars per hour. This career exploration video was created by Path2Careers, a project of the California Community Colleges. For more information, visit www.Path2Careers.net.
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  • Healthcare aka Disease care
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Healthcare aka Disease care
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  • L120Y | HEALTHCARE | DISEASE MANAGEMENT | HOLISTIC MEDICINE
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Perspective is what is desperately needed when it comes to our healthcare in this country because we are not getting healthcare from conventional medical doctors. We’re getting disease management. And there’s a great deal of difference between healthcare and disease management. When you manage the disease process with symptom suppressive prescription medicines you rarely, if ever, get to the root cause of the illness. It’s like sweeping dirt under the rug or painting over the mold in the basement. Well, that’s pretty good for about a month. You don't see or smell the mold anymore but about 5 or 6 weeks later the mold starts to creep back through the paint because you didn't fix it. It was still there. You just covered it up. It’s the same thing with chronic illnesses as treated by the MDs (Medical Doctors). High blood pressure, asthma, arthritis, type II diabetes, anxiety and panic attacks, restless legs, fibromyalgia, insulin resistance syndrome, depression, thyroid trouble, kidney trouble, heart trouble, all of these conditions have their root causes in chronic undiagnosed nutrient deficiencies. Check out the rest of the article here: http://l120y.com/?p=1819?p=1819
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  • Healthcare and Disease Around The World
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Global Portfolio- Gina Annunziata, Taylor Matto, Katherine Viteretto
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  • Chronic Disease Management in 21st Century Healthcare
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    The University of Houston's Jack J Valenti School of Communication brings you a presentation detailing how chronic disease management has changed in 21st century healthcare. Internet technology, eHealth, Telemedicine and other advancements have presented new and interesting challenges which we'll detail in the video. uh.edu
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  • Heart Disease Awareness by Healthcare Art Consulting
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Do you know your Heart Disease Facts? Do you know the ABC's of Heart Disease? Do you know how to help prevent Heart Disease? Join Healthcare Art Consulting as we provide valuable information in order to bring awareness to Heart Disease. And don't forget to "Go RED For WOMEN" today. Visit http://www.goredforwomen.org Visit Healthcare Art Consulting online at http://www.healthcareartconsulting.com
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  • Introduction To Clinical Research
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Introduction To Clinical Research http://www.TheClinicalTrials.guru My CRO: http://www.DSCScro.com My CRA Academy: http://www.TheCRAacademy.com My Research News Site: http://www.TheClinicalScoop.com Call/Text: (949) 415-6256 Follow Me On: SnapChat: username is dansfera Instagram: https://instagram.com/dansfera Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealDanSfera Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dansfera LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view... My iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/random-musings-from-the-clinical-trials-guru/id1245751329 My Stitcher Podcast: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/dan-s...
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  • What is the Role of a Clinical Psychologist?
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Psychologist Dr. Ashley Curiel shares her professional objectives. Although the textbook definition of a psychologist is to treat emotions, feelings, and behaviors that accompany mental illness, Dr. Curiel sees herself quite differently. She views herself as a facilitator to wellness, and therapy a vehicle to wellness. Company Website: http://www.awiseway.com Join Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/4O_iD Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AWiseWay Twitter: https://twitter.com/awiseway Instagram: http://instagram.com/awiseway Mission: To help people act, think, and live wiser through knowledge provided by the experienced and well qualified. A Wise Way Organization is dedicated to providing the world with the proper words of advice through video interviews, books, and written stories. We have developed highly valued material by interviewing professionals about their career, and individuals about their success in overcoming a particular hardship. A Wise Way is aware of the rapidly growing trend of learning both quickly and easily. The younger generation in particular, is interested in learning the most information in the shortest amount of time or what we call “INSTANT LEARNING”. By creating concise material under 5 minutes, we appeal to those who seek this method of education for their primary source of information. We know that with our condensed informative content, we are improving this new way of learning. Our committed staff consists of Humanitarian Award Recipients, highly experienced community mentors, and people who are going through the trials and tribulations themselves. Most importantly, our staff consists of individuals who have based their lives around helping others understand what it takes to succeed in life. We truly believe that everyone has the potential to share information in order to help others. You can help us reach more people by sharing our mission, participating in an interview, or by simply sharing our videos. Your support is highly valued, as any effort is a major contribution in educating and influencing others.
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  • Clinical Psychology Explained - How to become a ClinPsy
    ClinPsyExplained - my guide to helping you understand what Clinical Psychologists do, in everyday language. This video is all about how to become a Clinical Psychologist. For more info visit the BPS website www.bps.org.uk
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  • How to Write Clinical Patient Notes: The Basics
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    This is a quick video from the University of Calgary that covers the basics in how to write clinical patient notes. It covers some key principles that protect patient safety and ensure you are effectively communicating with other health care professionals. For more great clinical education materials, go to sharcfm.ca, the Shared Canadian Curriculum in Family Medicine!
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  • Understanding Clinical Trials
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    This animation explains what clinical trials are, how they are conducted, and why they are important for patients with diseases like pancreatic cancer. The animation also provides an overview of study design, eligibility criteria, informed consent, safeguards, different phases of clinical trials, and the potential benefits and potential risks of participation. You can find out more about clinical trials and pancreatic cancer at: http://www.AnimatedPancreasPatient.com
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  • Social Media in Medical Education
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    A grand overview of the role of social media in contemporary medical education, including tips for effective incorporation of social media tools and apps into curricula, and a discussion of social media's limitations. Material presented here is taken from a Grand Rounds I originally presented to the internal medicine department at Highland Hospital.
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  • What is ''Free Medical Education''? And Why you should Care?
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Donate for 'Free Medical Education' Project: Become Monthly Donor: https://www.patreon.com/freemededucation One Time Donation: https://fundrazr.com/freemededucation Watch the Episodes released so far: https://www.youtube.com/c/FreeMedEducation Visit our website to learn more: http://www.freemededucation.com/ Our Aim: Let's make Medical Education Universal, Free, State of the Art and Available to every human being to enable best medical facilities for every human being. Please Join the following page & Group to stay updated: Facebook Page: Free Medical Education (https://www.facebook.com/FreeMedEducation) Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1162636387091983/ Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/FreeMedEducation About this Project: Imagine A World in which Every Medical Student & Every Doctor can have access to State of the Art Animations/illustrations explaining Entire Medical Course for FREE. Imagine, how dramatically it will improve quality of medical education for millions of healthcare givers. Imagine, how dramatically it will improve the Quality of healthcare provided by these healthcare givers to billions of human beings. Together we can achieve this dream. Let's make Medical Education Universal, Free, State of the Art and Available to every human being to enable best medical facility for every human being. Using state of the art animation videos we would create videos that will help every medical student get the best possible resource for easily grasping and understanding all medical concepts. This will help every single medical student and current doctors to become better doctors which we hope will help billions of human beings get better healthcare. If you have any Questions you can email us at: nakcollection@gmail.com
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  • Spotlight on Medical Education
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Learn about the power of financial aid from the perspective of alumni and current students. Listen to their reflections as they discuss the impact financial aid had on their ability to attend Harvard Medical School and pursue their dreams.
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  • Heart Failure (Definition) – Cardiology | Medical Education Videos
    Watch this medical education video about heart failures and prepare for your next cardiology exam! You can also watch this video and many other free lectures at Lecturio: https://www.lecturio.com/medical-courses/cardiology-advanced.course?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_content=description&utm_campaign=medizin_cardiology Your lecturer is Joseph Alpert M.D. He is Professor of Medicine at the Sarver Heart Center as well as Director of Coronary Care and Medical Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation at the University of Arizona. Additionally, he is a member of the most important cardiologic institutions such as the American Heart Association and the European Society of Cardiology. Because of his outstanding teaching proficiency he is board certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease and has won many teaching awards such as the George W. Thorn Award for Excellence in Teaching, the William Osler Master Teacher Award, and the Edward Rhodes Stitt Award for Outstanding Teaching. Furthermore, he received the Distinguished Achievement Award from the Clinical Cardiology Council of the American Heart Association and was selected “Gifted Teacher of the Year” in 2004 by the American College of Cardiology. The video "Heart Failure (Definition)" is part of the lecture "Heart Failure" of the online medical course "Cardiology: Advanced". It provides an excellent insight on important reasons of heart failure. You will learn more about: • Definitions of heart failure • Heart failure frequency • Age and gender as influencing factors of heart failure • Preload and afterload as factors of heart failure • Systolic and diastolic heart failure If you want to become a cardiology expert, feel free to watch the whole playlist of our free medical education videos or start your free trial at Lecturio.com, offering the world’s best medical exam preparation. You can find all our medical courses at Lecturio: https://www.lecturio.com?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_content=description&utm_campaign=medizin_cardiology Furthermore, you can read the most inspiring medical articles in our magazine at: https://www.lecturio.com/magazine/medicine/ To subscribe to our YouTube channel, just click here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbYmF43dpGHz8gi2ugiXr0Q?sub_confirmation=1 To see our playlists, simply follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbYmF43dpGHz8gi2ugiXr0Q/playlists ___________________________________________________________________________ The images used in this presentation were sourced from Lange, Veronika: BASICS Kardiologie, 3. Aufl. 2013. Krautzig, Steffen, Renz-Polster, Herbert: Basislehrbuch Innere Medizin, 5.Aufl. Spes, Christoph, Klauss, Volker: Facharztprüfung Kardiologie. Classen, Meinhard, Diehl, V., Kochsiek, K., Hallek, Michael, Böhm, Michael, Schmiegel, Wolff: Innere Medizin, 6.A. Stierle, Ulrich, Hartmann, Franz: Klinikleitfaden Kardiologie, 5. Aufl.
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  • Dr. Mercola Interviews Dr. Curatola about Oral Health
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/11/30/importance-oral-microbiome.aspx?x_cid=youtube Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola and Dr. Gerry Curatola, founder of Rejuvenation Dentistry, discuss the importance of oral microbiome to your overall health.
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  • Dr. Mercola Interviews Dr. Chutkan on Gut Health
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/current.aspx?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=content_interview In this video, Dr. Joseph Mercola, founder of Mercola.com, and Dr. Robynne Chutkan, author of the book, "The Microbiome Solution: A Radical New Way to Heal Your Body From the Inside Out," talk about the importance of gut health to overall health.
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  • Healthy on the Hill - Neal Barnard M.D. Interviews Rep. Ted Deutch
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    The Physicians Committee's mission is to empower individuals to take control of their own health through nutrition, and we have a ripe audience for that message on Capitol Hill, where thousands of young staffers work long hours and need help finding time for a nutritious diet. http://www.healthyonthehill.org
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  • Health Tips For the Busy Entrepreneur - Peter Voogd Interviews Fitness Legend Tony Horton
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Get your FREE “6 Months To 6 Figures Action Plan” to get the blueprint for growing your brand, business and income in the next 6 months: http://PeterJVoogd.com/Free — In this raw and uncut interview Peter interviews one of America’s most elite trainers, Tony Horton. He’s also the creator of the #1 home fitness program of all time, as well as an author/actor. Over the past 25 years, he has revolutionized the fitness world by helping millions of people get ripped and get healthy through his world-renowned total-body workouts. These groundbreaking programs are among the most popular home workouts ever, selling a combined total of more than 7 million copies and counting! With a net worth of over 20 million and knowledge of how to dominate an industry this was one of our most powerful interviews yet! Get your FREE "6 Months To 6 Figures Action Plan" to get the blueprint for growing your brand, business and income in the next 6 months: www.PeterJVoogd.com/Free   --------------------------------------   Peter Voogd is on a mission to shift our culture. He has started a movement to empower America’s entrepreneurs and millennials, and to give them the tools & strategies necessary to elevate every area of their life and business. Peter truly believes that the more people you are able to influence and help succeed, the more successful you in turn, will become. Stay humble, but NEVER lose your hunger.   Are you ready to level to 10x your life and business? What separates entrepreneurs with massive results and those without is “loving what you hate”. People don’t have money because they don’t understand money. They are broke and struggle with money because they have the wrong vehicle not just because they are lazy or young. In this episode, Peter Voogd meets travels to Hollywood Hills, CA to meet with world class fitness guru, Tony Hortan. You don’t want to miss this!   Question: What’s your biggest takeaway from this interview?   --------------------------------------   Subscribe to my video channels and get a free deep dive training (includes my weekly masterplan) about:   6 Bullet­Proof Steps To Earn a 6­ figure Income For 6 Months   Daily Routines of the World's Elite Performers   Get advice from Multi­millionaire Gary Vaynerchuk   -----------------------------------------   Want To Learn How to Dominate Your Industry, Exponentially Grow Your Income, And Create More Flexibility, Autonomy & Freedom Than Ever Before? Sign Up To --- http://gamechangersmovement.com/apply
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  • Dr. Mercola Interviews Pete Evans About Eating Healthy Foods
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/06/22/the-paleo-diet.aspx?x_cid=youtube Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Pete Evans, a famous Australian chef and television celebrity.
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  • Health News - How to Control Uric Acid Levels
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Health News -How to Control Uric Acid Levels Please SUBSCRIBE : http://bit.ly/2e9Su11 Hyperuricemia or the elevated levels of uric acid in the blood are caused by either increased production of uric acid in the body or reduced excretion of it through the kidneys. This leads to numerous other health issues, like the formation of kidney stones, renal failure, or gouty arthritis (the accumulation of uric acid in joints in the form of crystals. Recent studies have also found that high blood uric acid levels might also cause hypertension and cardiovascular disease. The normal uric acid levels in men are in the range 3.4–7.0mg/dL, and 2.4–6.0 mg/dL in women. High uric acid levels in the blood might also be a result of alcohol abuse, genetics, a diet high in purines, renal insufficiency, underactive thyroid, endocrine or metabolic conditions like diabetes or acidosis, obesity, and certain other diseases. Also, certain cancers, chemotherapy, and medications like diuretics might elevate these levels. Crash dieting, fasting, and exercise might temporarily increase uric acid in the blood. ======================================== https://youtu.be/iYP_atAijOg How to Control Uric Acid Levels, uric acid level ,uric acid level chart ,uric acid blood test ,uric acid level range ,uric acid level high ,uric acid level normal ,uric acid level gout ,uric acid levels in gout ,uric acid level test ,uric acid level low ,uric acid level in pregnancy ,uric acid levels and gout Please SUBSCRIBE : http://bit.ly/2e9Su11
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  • Food News: Obesity Industrial Complex: OBESITY: Talk: Health News
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    http://www.healthandsuperfoods.com/ As the debate over cutting government spending rages on, billions of dollars of taxpayer money are wasted each year on junk food. Between 1995 and 2010, over 250 billion dollars was spent on subsidizing foods that are making Americans fat. The health effects are devastating. 75 percent of Americans are now considered overweight. One in five kids in the U.S. are obese. RT's Liz Wahl takes a look at why some politicians feed into the Obesity Industrial Complex.
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  • Today's HealthNews For You Fried Foods and Cancer
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Welcome to Today's HealthNews. HealthNews is about you and your family because the more you know the healthier you can be. We bring you the latest news from the world of Chiropractic, Metabolic Typing, Functional Diagnostic Nutrition and Functional Medicine. Our news is totally uncensored because we do not accept any advertisements so you can be assured that you get the news you need to be as healthy as you can be. When it comes to health make sure you contact the Chiropractor Metabolic Typing Advisor or Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist that brought you here. They are your lifeline to better health. Announcer: Welcome to another HealthNews video news release brought to you by HealthNews. In today's news, recent studies show a direct link between consuming fried foods and several types of cancer. The proof might be in the pudding but in this case, it's in that basket of fries. Deep fried foods in general have been linked to a wide variety of cancers including breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer, throat cancer and several others. Eating fried foods has also been linked to tumor aggressiveness and the progression of many different types of cancer. Why? Just heating oil that hot can generate potential carcinogenic compounds like acrylamide which is most commonly found in french fries. Acrylamide intake has also been associated with several forms of cancer. Who doesn't love french fries? Kids do and studies show 2-3 children out of 10,000 will develop cancer from eating french fries. The level of cancer risks depends on how long and how hot they are fried. Blanching potatoes first helps lower acrylamide formation or cooking at a lower temperature for less time. Chefs complain that these cooking techniques compromise the taste which is why we've yet to see any subsequent change in acrylamide levels in french fries, studies show. Eating a healthy diet and eliminating fried foods will significantly decrease the risk of cancer. Remember, your best source for diet, nutrition and supplement information is your Metabolic Typing Advisor and Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist. Call them today and that's it for today's HealthNews. This information is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the practitioner that you received it from. It is not intended as a substitute for professional advice of any kind. HealthNews assumes no responsibility for the use or misuse of this material.  It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information only. HealthNews encourages you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional.
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  • Global Health News Episode #1 || The Cancer Report | Michael Phelps | What is in a vaccine? |
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    We are excited to bring you episode 1 of Global Health News with Ty and Charlene Bollinger today! In this episode, Ty and Charlene talk about microbiomes, an ancient form of alternative medicine called "Cupping" which Michael Phelps uses (you may remember the round marks on his body during the last Olympics), and Ty and Charlene address the question "What is in a vaccine?". Enjoy this kick-off episode of Global Health News! Each week we’ll have a new episode where Ty & Charlene Bollinger discuss a variety of health topics. Click here to watch all past episodes: http://bit.ly/global-health-news-ttac-yt And make sure to subscribe our YouTube channel so you won't miss any new episodes. Here are the latest Global Health News episodes, incase you've missed them: Ep 10 - https://youtu.be/tGhYdWmBQ_U Ep 09 - https://youtu.be/GggL2lAqaxU Ep 08 - https://youtu.be/tjxpYeIC2vs Ep 07 - https://youtu.be/60dSu61x8tI Ep 06 - https://youtu.be/LOKwJLTSHFc Ep 05 - https://youtu.be/1qouOeaLChM Ep 04 - https://youtu.be/LOKwJLTSHFc Thank you for watching and helping us spread the truth! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Join TTAC's 900K+ FB fans - http://bit.ly/TTAC-Facebook-YT Follow us on PINTEREST - http://bit.ly/TTAC-Pinterest-YT Find us on INSTAGRAM - http://bit.ly/TTAC-Instagram-YT Visit our website: www.thetruthaboutcancer.com Our mission is to educate the world, expose lies & empower people with life-saving knowledge. Help us and share the truth, by clicking the SHARE button above! --------------------------------------- About Ty Bollinger --------------------------------------- Ty Bollinger is a devoted husband, father, a best-selling author, and a Christian. He is also a licensed CPA, health freedom advocate, cancer researcher, former competitive bodybuilder, and author of the best-selling book "Cancer - Step Outside the Box," which has sold over 100,000 copies worldwide. After losing his mother and father and several family members to cancer, Ty’s heartbreak and grief coupled with his firm belief that chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery were the NOT the most effective treatments available for cancer patients led him on a path of discovery. He began a quest to learn everything he possibly could about alternative cancer treatments and the medical industry. What he uncovered was shocking. On his journey, he’s interviewed cutting-edge scientists, leading alternative doctors, and groundbreaking researchers to learn about hidden alternative cancer treatments. What he uncovered help to create The Truth About Cancer and its 3 awe-inspiring docu-series’:”The Quest for The Cures”, “The Quest For The Cures Continues”, and “The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest.” Ty has touched the hearts and changed the lives of thousands of people around the world. Ty speaks frequently at conferences, local health group meetings, churches, and is a regular guest on multiple radio and TV shows and writes for numerous magazines and websites.
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  • Health News - 10 WARNING SIGNS THAT SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH YOUR LIVER
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    10 WARNING SIGNS THAT SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH YOUR LIVER Please SUBSCRIBE : http://bit.ly/2e9Su11 The liver is one of the most important organs in the human body. Filtering the blood is the main job of this organ. It also metabolizes drugs, detoxifies chemicals and makes proteins essential for blood clotting. Stressful living conditions, intoxicated environment, heavy drinking habits, chain smoking habits and poor diet can really harm your liver. If you want to restore and keep its proper function, you have to remove these toxins from your liver with some natural methods. Liver is the most important organ that retains toxins despite toxins are stored in the body’s entire fat. Liver can surrender to chronic issues as a result of impairment, although it has its own algorithm to flush out the toxins from the body. Today we will present you 10 tell-tale signs that your liver is actually dysfunctional. 1. Varicose veins and hemorrhoids. These issues manifest as a consequence when the circulatory system begins to fail. Poor circulation id foten caused by unhealthy liver. 2. Jaundice. This is a classic symptom that you have problem with your liver. You skin and whites of your eyes turn yellow when jaundice takes over your body. 3. Bright or Pale Stool. If you have liver complaints your stool will look far more brighter than usual (very little is being released). 4. Pain Around the Eyebrows. It may be well related with ongoing liver problem because of body imbalance if you feel a headache that starts behind the eyes. Your organism will actually react with inflammation behind your eyes when blood and food are not properly filtered in the liver or digested. 5. Feeling Nauseous. Since the liver has direct ‘feedback’ on your digestive system, it is very usual to feel some form of nausea when the liver is not doing its job properly. When you experience this nausea, keep a track of which foods you have been consuming. You will experience a higher degree of nausea when you consume foods with a higher load of toxicity. 6. Pain under your shoulder blades. You will often feel pain across your upper-to-mid-back part if the liver is not able to properly secrete bile. 7. Bitter taste in the mouth. The liver releases bile to break down food into digestive system when you eat food. As a result of your liver releasing unusual amounts of bile, you might notice a bitter taste in the mouth after consuming food. 8. Bile “attack”. It is likely secreting bile in large quantities when something is not good with your liver. It doesn’t work well if you have bile attack. 9. Chronic fatigue. You definitely have liver problems if you feel chronically exhausted and tired. The liver is not able to detox the blood efficiently when it’s not healthy anymore. Transporting oxygen throughout the body is the main function of the blood in your blood vessels so it won’t perform this job as effectively as it should if the blood is “sick”. You will experience fatigue during the day as a result. 10. You can also feel stomach pain after a large meal with too many fats. This organ also helps in the digestion of food. You will usually experience a stomachache after eating a fatty meal. This problem can be avoided if you diet is low in excessively processed and refined foods. How can you improve your liver function naturally? Reducing and totally cutting alcohol consumption and living a healthy lifestyle are the ideal ways to keep your liver healthy. Consuming a mostly plant-based diet, drinking plenty of healthy water and regular exercising will help your liver to optimize nutrient absorption. You should also reduce the consumption of dairy and wheat processed foods. Lemon water in the morning will make your liver work less laboriously. Remedies and Herbs That that will Cleanse your Liver! Yellow dock root, peppermint, turmeric, chicory root, Borotutu bark, milk thistle, garlic, Brussels sprouts, walnuts, avocados, leafy greens, grapefruit, artichokes, Beets and carrots. ======================================= fatty liver , hepatitis c , cirrhosis , hepatitis , fatty liver symptoms , health news , symptoms of liver disease , liver disease symptoms , liver. https://youtu.be/wNQZxbP4IMg Please SUBSCRIBE : http://bit.ly/2e9Su11
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  • Animation Mental Health
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    The Legal Services Board commissioned Research Works to conduct in-depth interviews with individuals with mental health problems and those with dementia (and those caring for them) to improve our understanding of how these consumers experience legal services. The research findings (published July 2017) found that small changes by legal services providers in the way they deliver services can make a big difference for these vulnerable groups. In particular, a safe space in which people feel comfortable to volunteer information or be sensitively asked about their needs is important. The research reports on mental health and dementia were accompanied by two animations designed to bring the findings to life. Separate tip sheets for consumers were also produced. For more information please consult the Legal Services Board website or email us. The reports can be found here
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  • How the Digestive System Works
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Watch this movie about your digestive system, the system that handles the food you eat.
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  • How Your Heart Works
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Watch this movie about your heart and circulation - the system that sends blood throughout your body.
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  • How to live healthy life?
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Short movie made of GIF images. ---------------------------------- Edited with: Final Cut Pro X GIF images: dribbble.com, behance.net Soundtrack: https://soundcloud.com/mellancia/whistle-piano-happy-song
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  • Health Care Videos on Healthmace.com
    Join Healthmace.com Today! Social Networking, Information Sharing, News, & E-Commerce. A wide range of healthcare applications. All in One Creative Cloud!
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  • Healthmace Social Networking
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Join Healthmace Today! Social Networking, Information Sharing, News, & E-Commerce. A Wide Range of Healthcare Applications. All in One Creative Cloud.
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  • Health Care Blogs on Healthmace.com
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Join Healthmace Today! Social Networking, Information Sharing, News, & E-Commerce. A Wide Range of Healthcare Applications. All in One Creative Cloud.
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  • Tips for Caregivers - Real Life Tips for Kids With Autism
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Caregivers of children with ASD have unique needs and challenges. Discover meaningful and practical ways caregivers can get respite and support, from Megan Fennelly a member of the Children's Specialized Hospital family faculty and mother of a child with autism. Children's Specialized Hospital, the largest pediatric rehabilitation hospital in the country, treats children affected by brain injury, spinal cord injury, premature birth, autism, developmental delays, and life-changing illnesses at twelve sites throughout New Jersey. Services include outpatient therapies, physician specialty services, acute rehabilitation, medical day care and long-term care through its sites in Bayonne, Clifton, Egg Harbor Township, Mountainside, Toms River, Fanwood, Hamilton, New Brunswick, Newark and Roselle Park as well as outreach programs in many communities. Children's Specialized Hospital is an affiliate member of the Robert Wood Johnson Health System and a proud member of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation supports the programs and services of the hospital. The Foundation is ranked among the top six pediatric hospital foundations in the country. To help, or find more information: call 888-CHILDRENS; visit www.childrens-specialized.org; Facebook: www.facebook.com/childrensspecialized; Twitter: www.twitter.com/childrensspecnj; YouTube: www.youtube.com/cshnj; LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/children's-specialized-hospital
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  • Caregiver Training: Homecare Caregiver Duties
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    CAREGIVER & CNA JOBS, TRAINING, & SCHOLARSHIPS - LEARN MORE @ myCNAjobs.com Caregiver Training: Homecare Caregiver Duties This video is brought to you by a recruiter at myCNAjobs. The free caregiver training video covers: • What is a home care training? • Where do home care caregivers work? • What do caregivers do? • How much do caregivers make? • How do you become a caregiver? • How to find a caregiver job? CAREGIVER & CNA JOBS, TRAINING, & SCHOLARSHIPS - LEARN MORE @ myCNAjobs.com Additional Video Topics include Caregiver Training: How to Become A Caregiver Caregiver Training: How to Become A CNA Home Care Training - Caregivers & CNAs At Work Senior Living Training - Caregivers & CNAs At Work
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  • Caregiver Safety - The 5 Basics - Safety Training Video
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Caregiver Safety - The 5 Basics - Safety Training Video Never miss a new safety video! Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=safetymemos A home caregiver is a hero and champion to someone. A professional home caregiver is hero and champion to many. Any caregiver, whether health care professional or family member, faces a number of serious safety and health hazards. This includes bloodborne pathogens, biological hazards, potential chemical and drug exposures, respiratory hazards, musculoskeletal hazards from lifting and moving patients, workplace violence and stress, among others. More workers are injured in the healthcare and social assistance industry sector than any other. This industry has one of the highest rates of work related injuries and illnesses. This safety training video explains five basic hazards faced by home health care professionals and home care providers. The purpose is to to promote a culture that encourages and supports the well-being, health and safety of patients and these important, dedicated caregivers. For more videos like this one, see our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SafetyMemos Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality: Home Health Care Patients and Safety Hazards in the Home: Preliminary Findings http://www.ahrq.gov/downloads/pub/advances2/vol1/advances-gershon_88.pdf Safety & Health Topics: OSHA https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/healthcarefacilities/ OSHA: Worker Safety in Hospitals/Caring for Our Caregivers https://www.osha.gov/dsg/hospitals/ National Center for Biotechnology Information, Supporting Family Caregivers in Providing Care http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK2665/
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  • The struggle of being a caregiver
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Being a caregiver to a parent, or loved one can be exhausting and stressful. According to a new study, it is so difficult that some caregivers are finding themselves unable to continue. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational The National Updates on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
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  • Healthcare professionals talk about their mental health | Find the Words
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    As part of our Find the Words campaign, Zoe, Simon, Amanda and Naomi talk about working in GP practices and how they manage their mental health.
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  • Legal and Ethical Issues for Mental Health Professionals Video
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Learn how the laws impact your psychotherapy practice, as you watch these lively dramatizations of a judge and her law clerk discuss actual key cases in the creation of mental health laws including Tarasoff and Jaffe V. Redmond. In this video specifically: Confidentiality, Privilege, Reporting and Duty to Warn. Watch the full video at: https://www.psychotherapy.net/video/legal-ethical-mental-health
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  • Health professionals and social media
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Anne-Marie Cunningham at 300 Seconds, Facebook London, 14 May 2013
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  • Why compassionate care is better for patients and health professionals - the evidence
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Dr Robin Youngson, pioneer in compassionate caring, relates the scientific evidence for why compassionate caring is better for both patients and health professionals. To learn more, read his new book, "TIME TO CARE" available at www.time-to-care.com.
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  • Health Literacy Basics for Health Professionals
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Seven steps to improve your patient's health outcomes Sixty per cent of Canadians over the age of 16, and 88 per cent of seniors, have low health literacy. This means that most patients leave their appointments without understanding what they've been told. "It's more than handing out brochures," says Cheryl Rivard, a patients as partners coordinator who helped create a health literacy video for health professionals. "There are simple steps we can all take to improve our patients' health outcomes, build better patient relationships and increase the efficiency of our entire health system." Health literacy is about making informed decisions and taking actions to promote and protect health. When patients or clients are health literate, they are better at making healthy lifestyle choices, communicating with health care providers and accessing information and services. It's becoming a larger issue as the population ages and incidences of chronic disease rise. Three questions patients should ask at each appointment 1. What is my main problem? 2. What do I need to do? 3. Why is it important for me to do this? Seven tips to improve your patient's health literacy 1. Look for clues that your patient has low health literacy. Common signs include missed appointments, not taking medications and incomplete forms. 2. Use audio-visuals, models or pictures instead of written words. 3. Use demonstration. 4. Highlight or circle any take-home points on written materials. 5. Use plain language, explaining the most important concepts first, and speaking slowly with no acronyms or jargon. 6. Ask them to "teach back" what you've explained to them. What would they tell their family member about their appointment today? 7. Encourage them to establish a support network, which could include family support, online or community resources. About the video The video was championed by the VCH Integrated Primary and Community Care initiative. The regional team encourages collaboration between family physicians and health care professionals to move us toward an integrated primary, community and acute care system. It was a partnership between VCH, the BC College of Family Physicians and the BC Ministry of Health.
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  • The importance of clinical nurse specialists in providing supportive care for Radium-223 treatment
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Louise Causer, clinical nurse specialist, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK discusses the importance of clinical specialist nurses in providing supportive care for men undergoing Radium-223 treatment for prostate cancer. Her association with Radium-223 started in 2004 when was asked to get involved in the studies administering Radium-223. But with background in oncology, she sort out other clinical nurse specialists involved with patients with prostate cancer. This is very important as prostate cancer is a long term condition, and it is difficult for nurses involved in the technical aspects of administering Radium-223 to provide the support needed to deal with the large number of problems and challenges prostate cancer patients face. She explains how Radium-223 treatment fits very nicely in a the type of pathway one sees one sees with chemotherapy, where multidisciplinary pre-assessment takes place. Recorded at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS), held in Brighton, UK.
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  • Clinical Specialist Discusses Interventional Radiology - South Miami Heart Center
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    http://www.baptisthealth.net/SMHC Julio Baquero M.D. is a clinical specialist in interventional radiology at South Miami Heart Center. Interventional radiology treats medical conditions using x-rays, CT or MR imaging. The advance equipment used gets the inside story of a patients condition. A good example of is the androgram which lets the physician look inside the blood vessel and various organs. Androplasty is an example of dilating an obstructed blood vessel is a common treatment used by intervention radiologists. Aneurysms are often treated using intervention radiology. These are minimally invasive options which give less discomfort for patients and shorter recovery time. Visit http://www.baptisthealth.net/SMHC for more information.
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  • The Role of a Clinical Nurse Specialist
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Patients and Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS) at Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust discuss the practical and emotional support a CNS offers to people living with cancer. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UsAbto Twitter: https://twitter.com/macmillancancer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/macmillancancer
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  • Kim, Surgical ICU Clinical Specialist
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Kim, Surgical ICU Clinical Specialist describes her career advancements at University of Michigan Health System
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  • Meet a Clinical Specialist | Paradigm
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Paradigm Outcomes is the nation's leading provider of complex and catastrophic medical management services. Our clinical specialists are part of the Injury Management Team that puts the injured persons' recovery first. This dedication and expertise sets us apart. One such expert is Diane Atkins, an occupational therapist with 37 years of catastrophic injury experience. As a Paradigm Clinical Specialist, she provides guidance and input for the most complex rehabilitation issues.
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  • Crisis Services for Behavioral Health Emergencies
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    This SAMHSA-sponsored webinar, held on May 28, 2014, discussed clinical effectiveness, funding for and cost effectiveness of such efforts as short-term crisis residential services, mobile crisis services, hotlines and warmlines and 23-hour crisis stabilization for persons experiencing mental health emergencies. The webinar highlighted innovative approaches in three states: Tennessee, Washington and Wisconsin. For more information, visit http://beta.samhsa.gov/health-reform/health-reform-basics.
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  • Funding Opportunity Announcement: Behavioral Health Workforce Education & Training
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Apply to HRSA-14-077: Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training for Professionals at Grants.gov by June 3 http://www.hrsa.gov/grants/apply/assistance/behavioralhealth/
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  • Webinar: Behavioral Health and Medical Remote Care Solutions for Nursing Home Residents
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Thomas Sheeran, PhD, ME: Assistant Professor (Research) at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Clinical Psychologist at Rhode Island and Miriam Hospitals. Dr. Sheeran's research focuses on using telehealth technology to improve mental health services for seniors in community-based settings. His research has been funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, the Cornell Clinical and Translational Sciences Center, the United Hospital Fund and the Rhode Island Foundation. Sheeran holds adjunct faculty appointments at the Weill Cornell Institute of Geriatric Psychiatry and the University of Rhode Island Geriatric Education Center. Mark Treat: Mr. Treat has extensive experience with large scale government contracting, systems integration and project management. Treat comes to Nalari Health from SAIC, an $11B, 45,000-person science, technology and professional service organization where he led the inception, sales and development of a new business practice, including the successful negotiation of over $100M in new contracts. Prior to working at SAIC, Mr. Treat led the strategy and planning practice for Commerce One, a leading internet services and online marketplace company. Mr. Treat's experience includes working with online health information exchanges, co-founding a bioinformatics company, co-founding a cell-based screening company, working with syndromic surveillance programs and supporting the Johns Hopkins Center for Computer Based Surgical Systems. He is known for his expertise in business process management (BPM) and as vice president of the Association of Business Process Management Professionals. As vice president, he co-led the development of The Guide To The BPM Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) ™, which defines the professional standards for end-to-end business process management internationally. Mr. Treat is a graduate of Babson College.
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  • The results of primary care behavioral health integration
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    IHI faculty member Wendy Bradley cites some of the benefits of primary care behavioral health integration, including drops in emergency department visits, specialty care visits, and improved provider job satisfaction. Learn more during IHI’s five-part web series Behavioral Health Integration: A Key Step Toward the Triple Aim (begins August 18). Enroll now: goo.gl/i4soFo.
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  • What is Behavioral Health?
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    If you are facing a psychological challenge such as a mood disorder, Orange Park Medical Center has Behavioral Health programs to help. Psychiatrist Marcus De Carvalho, MD and Behavioral Health Director Melissa Holtrop discuss inpatient, outpatient and support group services at Orange Park Medical Center. 904.639.8625
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  • Role of Nursing in Rehabilitation after Brain Injury
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Heather Hunt, RN, describes how nurses contribute in the rehabilitation of patients with Brain Injury.
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  • Goal Setting in Rehabilitation - Armadale Hospital
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    It's been shown in research that setting goals is very beneficial in the rehabilitation process when people suffer major injuries, physical trauma or illness. We hear from some patients and clinicians about how goal-setting fits into the rehabilitation process.
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  • What is Rehabilitation Psychology?
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Students describe the Rehabilitation Psychology Program in UW-Madison's School of Education.
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  • Robotics for Stroke Rehabilitation | Karen J. Nolan | TEDxHerndon
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Dr. Karen J. Nolan discusses current uses of robotics for stroke rehabilitation. She discusses how we can re-train the biomechanics of our body. Karen J. Nolan, PhD is a Senior Research Scientist in the Human Performance and Engineering at Kessler Foundation, Associate Professor of PM&R at Rutgers NJMS, Clinical Research Scientist at Children’s Specialized Hospital, and Affiliated Faculty of Biomedical Engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Dr. Nolan has extensive experience leading the design and implementation of biomechanical research and strong expertise in balance, gait, movement analysis, neuromuscular physiology, rehabilitation robotics, and peripheral motor control. Dr. Nolan is recognized as a leader in the field of biomechanics and motor rehabilitation and has been invited to give presentations on these topics at national and international conferences. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - What it means to me
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Dr. Kertia Black describes what it means for her to be a Physical Medicinde & Rehabilitation physician.
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  • A Day in the Life of Public Health
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Take a ride through the Boston Public Health Commission.
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  • What Can You Do with Public Health Degree
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Welcome to the https://YourSchoolMatch.com/ College Degree video series. Today we are going to cover 5 careers for a Public Health Degree. From Epidemiology to Health Administration, a graduate with a Public Health degree will discover various career opportunities available. Let's take a look at 6 health careers: First is Occupational Health and Safety Specialists Who inspect various work environments and work procedures to make sure employees are adhering to regulations on safety, health, and the environment. They even design programs to prevent disease or injury in the workplace as well as damage to the environment. These specialists earn $64,660 per year. http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/occupational-health-and-safety-specialists.htm Next up: Epidemiologists The prevention of disease and other public health programs are investigated by epidemiologists. They work in health departments, offices, universities, and laboratories. The average pay for a epidemiologist is $63,010. http://www.bls.gov/ooh/life-physical-and-social-science/epidemiologists.htm Or become a Dentist Dentists not only clean teeth but they examine, diagnose, and treat a patient's teeth and gums. Most dentists own their own businesses or have partners in their practice. According to the Board of Labor Statistics, the job growth of dentists is 21% along with an average salary of $163,240 dollars. http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes291021.htm Medical Assistant Careers are growing From Scheduling patient appointments to assisting physicians with patient examinations, medical assistants also perform administrative and clinical tasks for physicians and other health practitioners. Most medical assistants work in doctor's offices and other healthcare facilities. They make an average of $28,860 per year. http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/medical-assistants.htm#tab-1 Finally Medical and Health Service Managers supervise, plan, and coordinate medical and health services. They might manage an entire healthcare building, a specific medical department, or manage a medical practice for a group of medical practitioners. Medical and health service managers make annually $84,270. http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Management/Medical-and-health-services-managers.htm#tab-1 With rising population, the need for well trained Public Health workers will continue to increase. Those with a Public Health degree can find careers with strong job securities no matter which Public Health occupation they choose.
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  • Management and Public Health
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    In this video Dr Greg Martin talks about the importance of management and public health. If you are working in the area of public health or global health, this video will outline some management science tools that can be applied to good public health practice, including: gantt charts, bpmn, budgets, value change analysis and balanced score cards. Dr Martin also talks about strategy, leadership and governance in public health and global health. This video was created with sponsorship from Northwestern University. Find out more about their Master's in Global Health programme here: http://sps.northwestern.edu/program-areas/graduate/global-health/ Links mentioned in the video include: www.12manage.com and www.lucidchart.com Follow Dr Martin on Twitter: @drgregmartin Please consider supporting this channel at www.patreon.com/drgregmartin
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  • Going Viral: The Digital Future of Public Health | Rachel McKendry | TEDxExeter
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Viruses and other infectious diseases, like Ebola, are some of the main threats to our increasingly interconnected world. Rachel asks how we can pick up infections at the onset of symptoms and provide an early warning system. Rachel McKendry is Professor of Biomedicine and Nanotechnology at the London Centre for Nanotechnology, UCL. She is Director of i-sense, an EPSRC-funded interdisciplinary research collaboration to develop global early-warning systems for infectious diseases such as pandemic influenza, MRSA and HIV by combining self-reported symptoms on the web with low-cost mobile phone-connected diagnostic tests. -- TEDxExeter 2015 took the long view both back into the past and ahead into the future. We asked our speakers to help us understand the challenges that face us now - how they shape the way we live, make decisions, and innovate. Video Production Chromatrope (http://chromatrope.co.uk/) Production Manager Andy Robertson (http://www.youtube.com/familygamertv) This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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  • What is Public Health??
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    In this video we take a look at Public Health – the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, and promoting health through the organized efforts of society. Public health focuses on improving the health of a population and preventing health problems before they happen. It is a broad field and covers a range of topics such as air pollution, epidemiology, communicable disease control, risk assessment and health promotion. We’ll take a look at what public health is, how it is different to clinical medicine, who is responsible for doing it and how it’s done! This video was created by Ranil Appuhamy Voiceover - James Clark For more information have a look at these websites: 1. CDC: Ten great public health achievement in the 20th century https://www.cdc.gov/about/history/tengpha.htm 2. Constitution of WHO: http://www.who.int/about/mission/en/ 3. Global Charter for the Public’s Health: https://www.wfpha.org/wfpha-projects/14-projects/171-a-global-charter-for-the-public-s-health-3 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: These videos are provided for educational purposes only. Users should not rely solely on the information contained within these videos and is not intended to be a substitute for advice from other relevant sources. The author/s do not warrant or represent that the information contained in the videos are accurate, current or complete and do not accept any legal liability or responsibility for any loss, damages, costs or expenses incurred by the use of, or reliance on, or interpretation of, the information contained in the videos.
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  • Health & Safety Regulations
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Learn about New Zealand’s health and safety requirements for rental properties. https://www.mypropertylife.co.nz/property-management-risks-a-handbook-for-landlords
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  • Module 3: Occupational Health and Safety Regulations and Guidelines
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    The objectives for this module are that, by the end, learners should be able to (1) describe the agencies and organizations that regulate occupational health and safety, (2) locate regulations and guidelines relevant to a particular workplace hazard, and (3) apply occupational exposure limits to assess exposure risks.
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  • Dr. Joe Schwarcz: Natural health products need more regulations
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    McGill University Professor of Chemistry Dr. Joe Schwarcz in Montreal on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, thinks Health Canada should require more evidence of benefits before approving the sale of health food products. (Dave Sidaway / MONTREAL GAZETTE)
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  • The Workplace Safety and Health Risk Management Regulations
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Applying risk management to paintwork in confined space Learn the 6 simple steps to eliminate risks.
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  • How to Remove Dark Circles Naturally in 3 Days (100% Results)
    by Sarah Adams 1 1 1
    Follow these 2 easy steps that I have shared in this video and say Goodbye to Dark Circles, Eyebags, Under Eye Swelling, and Crow's Feet Naturally and Completely. Remove Dark Circles Naturally in 3 Days One Fine Day by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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  • Do THIS to Remove Blackheads From Your Nose
    by Sarah Adams 1 1 1
    How to get rid of blackheads, according to top dermatologists? What are the best blackheads removers? These effective 5-minute methods will clean your face from the blackheads from your nose and lips completely. There is a problem everybody no matter the skin type faces – blackheads. It seems like it's pretty impossible to get them all out! These days multiple products and procedures can help you deal with this issue, but is there any other alternative? As it turns out there is. Do you want to know why and how exactly blackheads appear on your skin and what can help you get rid of them? Then, let's get to the bottom of it! TIMESTAMPS Why do blackheads appear? 0:47 Lemon and sea salt mask 2:41 Oatmeal, lemon juice, and yogurt scrub 4:00 Honey, milk, and some cotton 4:45 Cinnamon and honey strips 5:35 Green tea 6:15 SUMMARY A battle with blackheads takes a regular care and serious efforts. There are a lot of things you can try, so always set aside some time for yourself and try something new! This way you'll know what works for your skin and what doesn't. Throughout this process you will certainly find some universal methods and techniques that will work wonders for your skin, making it clean, fresh and above all healthy. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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  • 4 Secrets to Get Rid of Acne Naturally
    by Sarah Adams 1 1 1
    For more info: https://draxe.com/home-remedies-for-acne/ In this video, I break down the top foods you should be eating and supplements you should be taking to get rid of acne. I also cover the best face washes to use for clean, healthy skin and what foods you MUST get out of your diet immediately if you want to get rid of your acne. Causes of Acne: -One of the leading causes of acne today is the buildup of bad bacteria, yeast, and candida in the gut and digestive tract. -Taking antibiotic drugs and birth control pills, drinking chlorinated and fluorinated water, and consuming excess sugar can increase the growth of bad bacteria, yeast, and candida within the body. Secret 1 to Get Rid of Acne Naturally: 1. Remove sugar, which feeds yeast and candida. Also reduce fruit intake. Replace with Stevia, a calorie-free, sugar-free, all-natural sweetener or raw honey, a healthy, natural sweetener. Consume berries in moderation. 2. Remove grains, especially gluten, which causes inflammation of the intestinal tract. Healing the gut will clear the skin. Replace with gluten-free grains, such as coconut flour and almond flour. 3. Remove hydrogenated oils, which increase the amount of oils in the sebaceous glands of the skin. Replace with healthy fats, such as coconut oil. Secret 2 to Get Rid of Acne Naturally: 1. High-Fiber Foods -Fiber helps to reduce bad bacteria and increase good bacteria (probiotics) in the gut. -The best sources of fiber are: a. Sprouted Nuts and Seeds (flaxseeds, chia seeds, almonds) b. Vegetables 2. High-Quality Protein -Protein helps balance blood sugar levels to rid acne. -The best sources of high-quality protein are: a. Organic Chicken and Turkey b. Grass-Fed Beef c. Wild-Caught Fish d. Organic Eggs e. Sprouted Brown Rice Protein 3. Healthy Fats -Coconut oil is the best oil to get rid of acne. -Coconut oil contains antimicrobial properties to kill off bad bacteria and fight acne. A great way to include healthy fiber, protein, and fat into your diet is by consuming a superfood shake for breakfast that includes: -coconut milk -sprouted flax or chia seeds -organic protein powder Secret 3 to Get Rid of Acne Naturally: 1. Probiotics: -Probiotics kill off bad bacteria in the gut and help boost the immune system. -80% of the immune system is located in the gut. -Consume probiotic-rich foods, such as: a. Cultured Vegetables b. Kefir c. Yogurt d. Amasi -Look for 50 billion IU’s daily in a probiotic supplement. 2. Zinc: -Zinc helps to repair the gut lining and naturally boost the immune system. -Taking 50 mg of zinc per day is very effective in fighting acne. 3. Antioxidants: -Elderberry is the most effective antioxidant for reversing acne. -Try adding 1 tbsp. elderberry syrup or extract in your superfood smoothie. Candida Cleanse: -Remove all sugar and grains from diet and consume foods high in probiotics and fiber. Secret 4 to Get Rid of Acne Naturally: -Use an organic, tea tree oil face wash. -Tea tree oil is a natural essential oil that kills bad bacteria and moisturizes the skin. -Try this DIY Homemade Honey Face Wash for Clean Skin: https://draxe.com/homemade-honey-face-wash-clear-skin/ For more information on home remedies for acne, visit: https://draxe.com/home-remedies-for-acne/ *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
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  • How to Get Rid of Acne Scars and Spots In Just 3 Days
    by Sarah Adams 1 1 1
    One of the best after acne treatment: it removes acne scars and spots in just 3 days. All the ingredients are natural and very cheap! Getting rid of acne is quite hard on its own, but when you feel like you finally did it, here's another problem – post acne scars and dark spots. We at Bright Side found eight simple and effective ways to remove all these unwanted spots. So, let's get right to the bottom of it! First of all, let’s find out why and how exactly do these acne scars form. The main reason is the inflammation. When you get a pimple, your pore swells, which results in a break in the follicle wall. If this break is deep, it affects the dermal layer of your skin. Your skin detects all these processes and forms new collagen fibers that are made specially to fix this problem. They try to do their best, but they rarely can make your skin just as smooth as it was before, and there it is – your acne scar is here! When it comes to the dark spots, the situation is a bit different. When your skin detects the inflammation, it starts to release way too much melanin, which is a protein that gives the skin its color. And that's how you get a new pink, red or brown “friend.” Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC Have you ever seen a talking slime? Here he is – Slick Slime Sam: https://goo.gl/zarVZo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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  • Baking Soda For Acne Treatment
    by Sarah Adams 1 1 1
    Baking soda for acne is one of the cheapest treatments you can use. Some people swear by it, preferring it over anything else. This Video will show you exactly how to use it in 3 easy ways. Baking soda is a great add-on treatment if you don't want to buy expensive extra products or more active cleansers. Adding some to your usual cleanser can give it an extra boost, with mild exfoliant and anti inflammatory properties it can help clean and calm your skin. The 3 different options for using baking soda for acne below are all easy and will show great results. It may just become your new skin care 'secret'. Baking Soda For Acne Works Because. It has mild anti inflammatory properties that help reduce redness and swelling...a common use for baking soda is adding some to a bath to soothe rashes, irritation or sunburn on the body. It makes sense that is it's also beneficial for acne - which is by definition an inflammatory condition. The physical texture gives it exfoliating power - I still prefer the less scratchy, more even exfoliation of AHAs and BHAs, but baking soda does have the ability to refresh skin. It can be irritating and drying. Take care and lessen the frequency of treatment until your skin gets used to it. And always moisturize. 1. Increase The Power Of Your Cleanser - For Oily, Congested Skin, Blackheads. 2. Facial Mask - To Soothe Inflammation and Redness. 3. Spot Treatment - For Scars, Pimples, Cysts (Good For Sensitive Skin). Don’t Forget To Share With Your Friends And Family On Facebook & Google+, As You Might Help Someone In Need.... If You Want More Recipes And Tips, Subscribe to The Channel Now Here : https://goo.gl/t4uBhp → Our Google+ : https://goo.gl/mFLjw6 → Our Facebook : https://goo.gl/4vzUWE - More Health Tips Playlist Here : https://goo.gl/MRG1hx - More Beauty Tips Playlist Here : https://goo.gl/z4cbju - More Wonderful Life Playlist Here : https://goo.gl/e7pZKm DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information .we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need. Images licensed under CC: www.pixabay.com www.flickr.com www.pexels.com en.wikipedia.org commons.wikimedia.org www.publicdomainpictures.net Some images downloaded from shutterstock.com.
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  • The Secrets of Becoming the Best Front Office Manager | Ep. #055
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Log In To Your Free "Hospitality Property Strategy Video Series" http://keystonehospitalitydevelopment.com/youtube-5-part-video-series/ Success as a front office manager requires is a perfect mixture of skilful hospitality & tight organizational skills never settling for less than A +. Welcome to another edition of hospitality property school. Today, I’m going to take a look at how to be an incredible front office manager. Here are 15 steps the can help make a successful front desk manager? 1. Improve listening skills and then coach others to do the same We all need to not only hear but listen with better intensity. The front desk is the communication centre of every hospitality property. 2. Work towards customer delight In any hospitality property, customer service is supreme. The only method that will ensure your guests are satisfied with the service provided by the front desk is if you value your guests. 3. Make sure you and your staff know everything about the property & services The most obvious requirement for any successful front office manager is to know all the details about the hospitality properties product & services. 4. Make sure you know everything about the services and product of those properties that you are competing with As in the preceding strategy, effective front office managers know who their competition is, and everything about them. 5. Focus on the details In the hospitality property industry, small things can have a large impact. If you want to be the best front office manager your guests have ever seen, pay close attention to details. 6. Show Off Your Extroverted Side People with extroverted personalities often flourish in a hospitality property front office manager positions. Introverts who prefer working alone are often better suited to other fields. 7. Circulate with employees and guests An exceptional front office manager makes time to speak with his staff and also guests. 8. Hold regular one-on-one sessions with all direct employees in this department, including the night auditor While the night shift is usually quieter, it still represents 30% of the day and needs to be included in discussions & communication. 9. Training must be maintained and increased There is no excuse today for poorly or untrained front desk staff. When running high occupancy, many managers claim to be “too busy” to train. 10. When hiring people, pay attention to the “human” resource role Recruit and select people wisely. Encourage your General Manager to pay competitively or better and lead in incentives. As Front Office Manager, recognize your team regularly with “thank you’s “and expressions of appreciation. 11. Be a team player Even as a front office manager, you should be capable of being a team player and be able to work with your subordinates and other department heads without letting your ego come in the way. 12. Be proactive Don’t wait for top management to tell you the way to enhance your department. You’re the front office manager and you ought to have the insight and ability to initiate improvement to get the desired results. 13. Plan, coordinate and implement revenue management strategies regularly Some hospitality properties are fortunate to have a full-time revenue manager working on their property, while other companies sometimes have someone at the owner’s or management company office regularly watch inventories and demand patterns. 14. Review your market analysis monthly Understanding your guest’s needs is essential and sharing observations on changing guest preferences, needs or demands should be a critical part of front office monthly management practices. 15. Be open to improvement When things are running smoothly, you will get a pat on the back. But if things go are not running smoothly, you should be able to stand up and take responsibility. You need to be able to sit back, analyze the problem and come up with an answer, to ensure that it does not occur again. Do not try and blame your employees or others if things go wrong. Instead, use problems to enhance yourself and your department. Share or have any questions or feedback you can leave them in the comments section of the show notes. You can find them at: http://www.keystonehospitalitydevelopment.com/KHDC055 We appreciate your comments and if you have topic ideas, feel free to reach out to use on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/keystonehdc Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/keystonehdc Or email at info@keystonehospitalitydevelopment.com So, as always, let’s work together to put heads in your beds. Until next time, have a fun day. For listeners of the Hospitality School Podcast, we are offering an additional savings of 25% off the “The Guide to Operating an Independent Hotel or Bed & Breakfast" Training Tutorials http://keystonehospitalitydevelopment.com/training-tutorials- save25
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  • Business Office Administration
    Business Office Administration PROGRAM OBJECTIVE: Join an increasing number of students who are developing the skills to work in a rewarding career as a business professional. Students will gain the ability to function effectively and competitively in the business environment through the acquisition of communicative and technical skills. In this 720 hour program, offered in the morning, afternoon, or evening, students are prepared for a business career in fields such as: Administrative Assistant Accounting Clerk Bookkeeper Customer Service Representative Office Clerk Sales Professional Receptionist
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  • What Does A Business Office Manager Do?
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Browse our collection of business office manager job listings, including openings in full time and part when you consider how an can streamline your handle a wide variety duties; In fact, you'll find the specific to fix aging skin (do this every day)dermal repair complex skincare salary $47220 (average). Business office manager job description & salary information. Whether search and apply for business office manager jobs hiring now on careerbuilder as of jul 2017, the average pay a is $49276 lack health benefits any kind, more than half do enjoy medical insurance, 1 10 275795 available indeed all find salaries, interviews, reviews posted by 7 how did you get your start doing work, what career annual salary manager? How much does make? The median this job description template optimized boards. How can an office manager benefit your small business salary brookdale senior living salaries job description. Please help improve this management of a business types search for office manager jobs at monster. Office manager duties and responsibilities study. What are the duties of a business office manager? Learnprospects. Office managers, also known as administrative service managers or the business office manager, are responsible for making sure that a company's support staff is running smoothly type of manager who in charge coordinating various services and personnel needed to ensure called professionals diverse set tasks. From wikipedia, the free this article does not cite any sources. Office manager job description how to become an office business & career info study. Googleusercontent search. You don't usually need a postgraduate qualification to become an office manager, but some graduates choose do further study in business related field what can i with administration degree? Where work career management does manager do? . What does a earn in your area? 395 business office manager salaries from anonymous employees 3 jun 2017 average for brookdale senior living $45029. What does an office manager do? Sokanucareerbuilder. Brookdale senior living salary trends based on salaries what does an office manager do? Qualifications and training. Whether calculating payroll or hiring new employees, office managers must perform their duties with decisiveness and accuracy for a business to well as manager, you may work in general environment education requirements how do i become an manager? . Office managers, also called administrative service are business professionals who responsible for a diverse set of tasks. It's easy to customize with your office administrator duties and responsibilities management is a profession involving the design, implementation, evaluation. Key skills office managers essentially ensure the smooth running of an. Business office manager jobs, employment business jobs salaries by education, experience job description template monster. Office manager duties and responsibilities study office job description how to become an snagajob descriptions url? Q webcache. Business office manager salary payscale.
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  • Business Administration: Office Management, A.A.S.
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    The Office Management program will prepare students for entry-level and mid-management positions that will enable them to lead people in attaining the objectives of an organization. Planning, organizing and controlling computerized and information processing activities of an organization are the major focuses of this curriculum. The program will prepare graduates for higher level office positions. This program concentrates on developing the following skills: oral and written communications, business organization, computer software applications, office information systems, supervision and administrative support systems, records and information management and interpersonal relations. Training will be conducted on computers and related office equipment. For students desiring on-the-job experience prior to graduation, an internship course may be available.
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  • Office Management and Effective Administration Skills
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Office Management and Effective Administration Skills is an exciting and interactive programme. It is designed to provide office administrators, supervisors of clerical and administrative staff, executive secretaries and personal assistants the opportunity to review and develop the interpersonal and professional skills they need to do their jobs effectively – thereby contributing to their own, their boss’ and their organisation’s success
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  • Mental Health: A to Z
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    mindyourmind youth talk to us about what mental health issues are, aren't, and how it's important to try to keep mentally well. This video was created by mindyourmind youth volunteers for Mental Health: A to Z, launching November 28, 2011, as part of the Young Health Programme. The Young Health Programme is a global community investment program of AstraZeneca in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Plan International. Canada partners include mindyourmind, Boys and Girls Club of Canada and Physical Health Education Canada. The Young Health Programme is designed to help young people in need around the world deal with the health problems they face and improve their chances of living a better life.
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  • Women s Health from A - Z Biological Clock Medical Course
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    For Educational Use Only - Fair Use - Tick tock -- can you hear your biological clock Learn about a new technology that may tell you when time is running out.rn
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  • Best Time To Take Vitamins and Supplements
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Do you know how to take your vitamins and supplements? Timing is everything when it comes to taking your vitamins and supplements, so we've put together a guide to help you maximize the powerful health benefits that come from taking them at the right time. Read more about this on our blog: http://blog.professionalsupplementcenter.com/the-best-time-to-take-nutritional-supplements/ Morning: -Probiotics - Probiotics are best taken in the morning on an empty stomach. • When the stomach is empty, digestive activity is quiet and stomach acid and pH balance are relatively low, increasing the chances for the helpful microorganisms to thrive. -Iron - Iron is best absorbed in the morning on an empty stomach. • Caffeine, dairy and calcium can negatively affect absorption, so it's best to avoid these for several hours after taking iron. -Multivitamins - Take multivitamins with your first meal. In the morning! • As multivitamins contain both water and fat soluble vitamins, be sure to include some healthy fats with your meal for optimal absorption. -B-Complex vitamins - Taking B vitamins with breakfast helps to boost your metabolism and convert your food into energy, which can be used throughout the day. -Vitamin C- Vitamin C is best taken in the morning to support the immune system and boost energy levels. • Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin that lasts only a few hours in the blood stream, so if your formula recommends more than 1 tablet per day, take it in divided doses with meals to get the full benefit. Noon: -CoQ10 - CoQ10 is best taken at lunch time with a meal that contains dietary fats. • Avoid taking CoQ10 late in the day so it doesn't disturb your sleep. -Vitamin D - Vitamin D is best taken with a meal that contains dietary fats. • It's possible that Vitamin D can negatively affect sleep, so lunch time is a good time to get your Vitamin D. -Iodine - Iodine is not stored in the body, so regular intake is needed. kelp tablets taken with lunch may boost midday energy levels. -Vitamin K - Vitamin K is best absorbed along with dietary fats and ideally should be taken during the middle of the day. • Avoid taking vitamin K if you are taking Coumadin or any anticoagulant prescription drug, as Vitamin K can interfere with the effects of the medication. Night: - Fish oil - Important to support many aspects of health, fish oil is best taken with a main meal like dinner to aid absorption. -Calcium - Calcium aids nerve transmission and muscle function. To get the full benefit, take calcium in the evening along with magnesium. -Magnesium - Magnesium has a calming effect on the muscles and nervous system and may aid restful sleep. • Magnesium works synergistically with calcium, so take these together either as individual supplements or in a combined formula. In addition: -Digestive Enzymes - Digestive enzymes can be taken with any meal or within 30 minutes of your meal. Unless you have serious digestive issues, they don't necessarily need to be taken with light meals or snacks, but can be very beneficial for optimal breakdown and absorption of nutrients when taken with main meals. -Fiber - Fiber supplements may be taken either first thing in the morning or before bed. Be sure to take fiber with a full glass of water and get plenty of water during the day. Fiber can delay or reduce the absorption of certain medications so always check with your healthcare provider before taking. Should you have any questions about the best time to take supplements or any other supplement related questions, please call or email Professional Supplement Center. SUBSCRIBE TO US HERE! YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.co/c/Professionalsupplementcenter --------------------------------- NEWSLETTER: http://www.professionalsupplementcenter.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GET SOCIAL WITH US! --------------------------------- FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheProfessionalSupplementCenter TWITTER: https://twitter.com/PscSocial PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/pscenter/pins/ BLOG: http://blog.professionalsupplementcenter.com/
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  • CHS Presents: Lifestyles at the Heart of Health - From A to Z: Your Child's Health
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    CHS Presents: Lifestyles at the Heart of Health - From A to Z: Your Child's Health . CHS Presents: Lifestyles at the Heart of Health is a new series on Telecare that provides viewers with medical, nutritional, and fitness information they need to improve their health and well-being, either in their daily lives or for specific ailments. Hosted by award-winning broadcast professional Jane Hanson, healthcare experts from the Catholic Health Services of Long Island community share their knowledge to help us live healthier lifestyles. For more info please visit http://www.telecaretv.org
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  • Tips to be Healthy, Fit and Fine - A to Z
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    This video will help you to know the benefits of fruits, vegetable and other edible item from A to Z
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  • Managing Challenging Behaviors in dementia
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Learn three rules about behaviors in caring for someone with dementia and how to prevent them.
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  • Treatments for dementia: The dementia guide
    This film looks at treatments for dementia, including drug treatments for dementia, non-drug treatments for dementia and treating depression and anxiety. Watch the film to hear from Consultant Psychiatrist Dan Harwood and people living with dementia. Currently, there is no known cure for dementia. Scientists from around the world are involved in research to try to find one. However, there are drugs that can help to improve some of the symptoms or stop them progressing for a while, depending on the type of dementia. Non-drug treatments and support after diagnosis (such as information and advice) are also valuable. The dementia guide is for anyone who has recently been told they have dementia. This could be any type of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia or mixed dementia. It will also be useful to close friends and family of someone with dementia, as it contains information for anyone taking on a caring role. A diagnosis of dementia can cause a range of emotions. The news might come as a shock, or, for some people, it may bring a sense of relief as it provides an explanation for the problems they have been experiencing. It can also have a big impact on family and friends. If you, or someone close to you, have recently been diagnosed with dementia, you might be feeling angry, frustrated, worried, fearful, sad, embarrassed, lonely, guilty or even relieved. Everyone is different, but all these reactions are possible at different times and they are all normal. How you feel will probably vary from one day to the next. If you can, talk to friends and family about how you're feeling. Other people need to understand what you're going through. They might be finding things hard too, so talking can help both you and them. There are also specialist health and social care professionals you can talk to for support. You may find these Alzheimer's Society services - http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents_info.php?documentID=2236 and other useful organisations http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents_info.php?documentID=2237 helpful for further information and support. If you'd like to talk about the information in this guide, please phone Alzheimer's Society's National Dementia Helpline on 0300 222 1122 – calls are charged at a low-cost rate. The Helpline is for anyone affected by dementia and is open 9am–5pm Monday–Friday and 10am–4pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Trained helpline advisers can provide you with information, support, guidance and signposting to other appropriate organisations. Throughout this guide you will see suggestions for Alzheimer's Society factsheets http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/factsheets. You can order these by phone on 0300 303 5933 or email orders@alzheimers.org.uk. For factsheets specific to Northern Ireland, please contact your local Alzheimer's Society office. It's important to know that you aren't alone – about 850,000 people in the UK have dementia. It's possible to live well with dementia and there is support available for you and your family. This guide has been produced by Alzheimer's Society with support and funding from the Department of Health. Thank you to Lloyds Banking Group for supporting The dementia guide in 2014 and 2015. Interested in getting the latest updates from the Society? Follow us on Twitter -- http://www.twitter.com/alzheimerssoc Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/alzheimerssocietyuk ___ Who are we? Alzheimer's Society is the leading support and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. What is dementia? The term 'dementia' is used to describe the symptoms that occur when the brain is affected by specific diseases and conditions. Symptoms of dementia include loss of memory, confusion and problems with speech and understanding. Support the fight against dementia and visit us at http://www.alzheimers.org.uk If you have concerns about Alzheimer's disease or about any other form of dementia, please contact the Alzheimer's Society National Dementia Helpline on 0300 222 1122. Alzheimer's Society Leading the fight against dementia
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  • Dementia - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Check out our new website http://www.rehealthify.com/ Rehealthify offers reliable, up-to-date health information, anytime, anywhere, for free. -- video script below -- Dementia is the name for a group of symptoms caused by disorders that affect the brain. It is not a specific disease. People with dementia may not be able to think well enough to do normal activities, such as getting dressed or eating. They may lose their ability to solve problems or control their emotions. Their personalities may change. They may become agitated or see things that are not there. Memory loss is a common symptom of dementia. However, memory loss by itself does not mean you have dementia. People with dementia have serious problems with two or more brain functions, such as memory and language. Although dementia is common in very elderly people, it is not part of normal aging. Many different diseases can cause dementia, including Alzheimer's disease and stroke. Drugs are available to treat some of these diseases. While these drugs cannot cure dementia or repair brain damage, they may improve symptoms or slow down the disease. NIH: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
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  • Dementia: Managing Behavioral Problems
    (Visit: http://www.uctv.tv) Patients with dementia often have behavioral problems which result in caregiver distress. Dr. Berneet Kaur explains that these behavioral problems pose a significant challenge for primary care providers, which can result in both over-treatment and under-treatment of these patients. Series: "UC Grand Rounds" [10/2012] [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 24245]
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  • Disability for COPD, Asthma & Other Respiratory Diseases
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    http://www.cuddiganlaw.com/library/ssdi-and-ssi-qualifying-physical-disorders--copd.cfm. Reduce the chance of getting your disability claim denied by making sure that your condition is well documented. There are many tests available to document the severity of a variety of respiratory diseases, and all of them can be beneficial to your claim for benefits. Some of the available tests include: Pulmonary Function Test: This test measures your lung capacity and breathing ability, and can be administered both before and after you use your inhaled medication to demonstrate how much the prescription helps (or doesn’t) your breathing. Arterial Blood Gas Test: An AGB Test measures the acidity of, as well as the oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in your blood, and demonstrates how well your blood is able to transmit oxygen to your lungs. Controlled Exercise Test: Measures lost lung capacity experienced during increased activity. This test is useful to show how a condition such as COPD can affect your life during certain times, but not at others. If you suffer from any chronic respiratory disease that affects your ability to maintain gainful employment, you may qualify for disability benefits from the Social Security Administration. Call Cuddigan Law today at 402-933-5405 to learn more.
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  • Asthma and COPD: Acute Exacerbations
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    How to identify and treat acute exacerbations of asthma and COPD. Included is a discussion of antibiotics, the use of peak flow meters, possible worsening of hypercapnia with oxygen therapy, and the association between COPD and pulmonary embolisms.
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  • Difference between Asthma and COPD
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Differences between copd and asthma think copdifferently similarities and differences between asthma and chronic obstructive erj.Ersjournals content _suppl s similar similarities and differences. Asthma and copd have important similarities and differences . Both are chronic inflammatory diseases that involve the small airways and cause airflow limitation , both result from gene environment interactions and both are usually characterised by mucus and bronchoconstriction. What's the difference between copd and asthma? . Everyday health everydayhealth hs healthier copd copd and asthma a class "_zkb" href " url?q webcache.Googleusercontent search. Similarities and differences. Asthma and copd have important similarities and differences . Both are chronic inflammatory diseases that involve the small airways and cause airflow limitation , both result from gene environment interactions and both are usually characterised by mucus and bronchoconstriction in some respects, the changes in the body that cause shortness of breath are similar between copd and asthma. But a number of other copd asthma differences set the two conditions apart. Copd is an umbrella term used to diagnose people who have chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or a combination of both chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd) and asthma similarities and lung function is preserved, fev is . The differentiation between asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and bronchiectasis in the early stage of disease is extremely important for the differences between copd and asthma. Although copd and asthma are both respiratory diseases characterized by underlying inflammation, the nature of the aaaai experts explain the differences and similarities between asthma and copd there are both similarities and differences between asthma and copd. It is not always easy to differentiate between them (see later), but the wrong diagnosis copd is often confused as asthma. Since copd is much more serious, it is important to learn how to tell the difference between the two in medical school, we are taught that there is a clear difference between asthma and copd. Asthma is an allergic disease, and copd is not there are two types of obstructive lung diseases, asthma and copd. Asthma is characterized by normal lung function in most asthmatic people asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd) are both common obstructive differences between asthma and copd flow volume loops [] for all smokers, the chances of developing copd are between in and in . The difference between chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma?. Copd is a different condition from asthma, but it can be difficult to distinguish between copd and chronic asthma. Two people have copd, but one perhaps the most important difference between asthma and copd is the nature of inflammation, which is primarily eosinophilic and cd driven in asthma, and inflammatory mechanisms of asthma and copd. Educational aims. . To discuss the similarities and differences in inflammation between copd and asthma. There are, however, some important distinctions between asthma and copd. Copd causes chronic clues to the difference between copd and asthma the difference between the two is that the blocked airways of asthma typically open up completely with medication, while the airways with copd be correlation between severity of asthma as a child and the incidence of copd. Here are some examples about similarities and difference between the two th
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  • Asthma and COPD - An introduction
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    An introduction to obstructive lung disease, including definitions of asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and COPD, and a paradigm of how the diseases all relate to one another.
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  • Asthma and COPD
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    COPD stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. This is chronic asthma. Chronic means it progresses slowly while obstructive means that it causes narrowing of the airways in the lungs making it more difficult to breath. Pulmonary disease means that the condition affects the lungs. Therefore , asthma COPD is a diseases that progress slowly in the airways, narrowing them. Thus no air can move in or out of the lungs. Breathing becomes more and more difficult. http://helines.com/
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  • 5 Top Tips to Achieve Optimum Personal Health
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Award winning environmentalist entrepreneur, with Italian father and Irish mother, Bernice Maria Paolozzi, gives her top 5 tips for optimum health integrating Eastern culture into Western life. E: info@bernicepaolozzi.com Blog: www.ipositivenow.en.st W: bernicepaolozzi.com
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  • Personal Health Records Explained
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Chas Scarantino, CEO of Magnus Health Portal, gives an overview of the current and future landscape of Personal Health Records to the North Carolina Alliance for Healthy Communities.
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  • Personal Health Information Act
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    The Personal Health Information Act (PHIA) governs the collection, use, disclosure, retention, disposal and destruction of personal health information in Nova Scotia. PHIA was proclaimed on December 4, 2012 and came into force on June 1, 2013. The Act recognizes both the right of individuals to protect their personal health information and the need of custodians to collect, use and disclose personal health information to provide, support and manage health care.
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  • Epigenetics & Personal Health: Can We Control Our Own Future? | Matt Riemann | TEDxVeniceBeach
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    What if you could control the fate of your future health? What if you could alter the hard wiring of your genetic expression with your behavior and surroundings? Matt Reimann shows us the exciting new field of epigenetics and how it will change your stars. Matt is a social entrepreneur in the fields of personalized health and future medicine. In 2013, Matt founded the Ultimate Human Foundation, a non-profit with a mission to transform world health and assist in eliminating chronic pain and disease from the planet. Matt has founded 7 businesses in health and medicine over the past 10 years, most recently launching ph360.me, the world’s first smart health app based on personalized epigenetics and gene expression. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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  • Here and Now: Challenges in Clinical Laboratory Planning
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Planning a clinical laboratory isn’t just about space. Watch as ECRI Institute’s capital equipment experts give hospitals and health systems some pointers for tackling the challenges of planning a lab. For more information, please visit www.ecri.org/appliedsolutions
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  • Clinical Laboratory Technician, A.A.S.
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    The Clinical Laboratory Technology curriculum encompasses a concentration of medical technology courses along with courses in the liberal arts, social science, sciences, and mathematics. Lectures in the medical laboratory area include studies in hematology, clinical chemistry, coagulation, analysis of urine and other body fluids, immunology, serology, blood banking, and microbiology. Troubleshooting and quality control procedures are integrated into the program. College laboratories provide a simulated medical setting that gives students the opportunity to analyze clinical specimens using manual and automated methodologies. In the lab courses, students will use computers for data retrieval, record updating and printing reports. During the senior year, students complete laboratory rotations at affiliated clinical sites: Buffalo General Hospital, Veteran's Administration Medical Center, Sister's Hospital, Buffalo Mercy, Kenmore Mercy and St. Joseph's Hospitals, Roswell Park and the Erie County Public Health Laboratories. The students may perform clinical laboratory procedures at the affiliated hospitals under the direct supervision of laboratory technologists and may not perform service work during scheduled clinical sessions.
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  • The Clinical Laboratory Explained
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Free Job Interview Question/Answer ebook: http://careerconfidential.com/how-to-answer-interview-questions-top-50.php?v1=yt&v2=yt1 Clinical Laboratory Sales Jobs http://careerconfidential.com/special... A powerful tool for any clinical diagnostic representative to develop an understanding of how their product or service fits in the overall testing in the lab. Your understanding of this information can be a huge advantage for you in your job search in lab equipment sales, reagent sales, service, marketing and other roles in the clinical lab. Hematology, Blood Bank, Chemistry, Histology, Microbiology, Virology. http://youtu.be/9TVd9f1oo-8 Description: If you need a story, or interview coaching, or something else that is stopping YOU from getting the job you deserve, I can personally help you here: Career Coaching: http://www.phcconsulting.com/WordPres... Interview Coaching: http://www.phcconsulting.com/WordPres... Need a Story? http://www.phcconsulting.com/WordPres... Medical Sales Tips: http://www.phcconsulting.com/WordPres... Career Confidential Site: http://www.careerconfidential.com/ FREE Job Interview Prep Kit: blog -- http://careerconfidential.com/ultimat... FREE Job Interview Iphone/Ipad APP: Job Interview Question-Answer http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/job-in...... Career Tools: http://careerconfidential.com/job-sea... FIND US HERE: Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/peggy.mckee Linkedin @ http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?... Twitter @ http://twitter.com/hiddenjobfinder and http://twitter.com/http://twitter.com... G+ @ https://plus.google.com/u/0/101837052... Feel free to SHARE, LIKE, TWEET, or RETWEET! Peggy loves visitors!
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  • Clinical Laboratory Technician, Technologist & Scientist
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians work with a team of medical professionals to perform complex medical lab tests and help doctors diagnose and treat patients. The health care industry in California is made up of over 79,000 businesses. Community college students can earn an associate degree to become a medical and clinical laboratory technician. There are currently nearly 17,000 medical and clinical laboratory technicians in California. In the next five years, it is projected there will be nearly 5,000 job openings. With a Bachelor’s degree, students can move up the career ladder and become medical and clinical laboratory technologists. Projections estimate over 2,700 job openings for medical and clinical laboratory technologists by 2019. Salaries for medical and clinical laboratory technicians range from $16 to $25 per hour. Salaries for medical & clinical laboratory technologists range from 30 to 45 dollars per hour. This career exploration video was created by Path2Careers, a project of the California Community Colleges. For more information, visit www.Path2Careers.net.
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  • Healthcare aka Disease care
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Healthcare aka Disease care
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  • L120Y | HEALTHCARE | DISEASE MANAGEMENT | HOLISTIC MEDICINE
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Perspective is what is desperately needed when it comes to our healthcare in this country because we are not getting healthcare from conventional medical doctors. We’re getting disease management. And there’s a great deal of difference between healthcare and disease management. When you manage the disease process with symptom suppressive prescription medicines you rarely, if ever, get to the root cause of the illness. It’s like sweeping dirt under the rug or painting over the mold in the basement. Well, that’s pretty good for about a month. You don't see or smell the mold anymore but about 5 or 6 weeks later the mold starts to creep back through the paint because you didn't fix it. It was still there. You just covered it up. It’s the same thing with chronic illnesses as treated by the MDs (Medical Doctors). High blood pressure, asthma, arthritis, type II diabetes, anxiety and panic attacks, restless legs, fibromyalgia, insulin resistance syndrome, depression, thyroid trouble, kidney trouble, heart trouble, all of these conditions have their root causes in chronic undiagnosed nutrient deficiencies. Check out the rest of the article here: http://l120y.com/?p=1819?p=1819
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  • Healthcare and Disease Around The World
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    Global Portfolio- Gina Annunziata, Taylor Matto, Katherine Viteretto
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  • Chronic Disease Management in 21st Century Healthcare
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    The University of Houston's Jack J Valenti School of Communication brings you a presentation detailing how chronic disease management has changed in 21st century healthcare. Internet technology, eHealth, Telemedicine and other advancements have presented new and interesting challenges which we'll detail in the video. uh.edu
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  • Heart Disease Awareness by Healthcare Art Consulting
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Do you know your Heart Disease Facts? Do you know the ABC's of Heart Disease? Do you know how to help prevent Heart Disease? Join Healthcare Art Consulting as we provide valuable information in order to bring awareness to Heart Disease. And don't forget to "Go RED For WOMEN" today. Visit http://www.goredforwomen.org Visit Healthcare Art Consulting online at http://www.healthcareartconsulting.com
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  • Introduction To Clinical Research
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Introduction To Clinical Research http://www.TheClinicalTrials.guru My CRO: http://www.DSCScro.com My CRA Academy: http://www.TheCRAacademy.com My Research News Site: http://www.TheClinicalScoop.com Call/Text: (949) 415-6256 Follow Me On: SnapChat: username is dansfera Instagram: https://instagram.com/dansfera Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealDanSfera Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dansfera LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view... My iTunes Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/random-musings-from-the-clinical-trials-guru/id1245751329 My Stitcher Podcast: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/dan-s...
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  • What is the Role of a Clinical Psychologist?
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Psychologist Dr. Ashley Curiel shares her professional objectives. Although the textbook definition of a psychologist is to treat emotions, feelings, and behaviors that accompany mental illness, Dr. Curiel sees herself quite differently. She views herself as a facilitator to wellness, and therapy a vehicle to wellness. Company Website: http://www.awiseway.com Join Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/4O_iD Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AWiseWay Twitter: https://twitter.com/awiseway Instagram: http://instagram.com/awiseway Mission: To help people act, think, and live wiser through knowledge provided by the experienced and well qualified. A Wise Way Organization is dedicated to providing the world with the proper words of advice through video interviews, books, and written stories. We have developed highly valued material by interviewing professionals about their career, and individuals about their success in overcoming a particular hardship. A Wise Way is aware of the rapidly growing trend of learning both quickly and easily. The younger generation in particular, is interested in learning the most information in the shortest amount of time or what we call “INSTANT LEARNING”. By creating concise material under 5 minutes, we appeal to those who seek this method of education for their primary source of information. We know that with our condensed informative content, we are improving this new way of learning. Our committed staff consists of Humanitarian Award Recipients, highly experienced community mentors, and people who are going through the trials and tribulations themselves. Most importantly, our staff consists of individuals who have based their lives around helping others understand what it takes to succeed in life. We truly believe that everyone has the potential to share information in order to help others. You can help us reach more people by sharing our mission, participating in an interview, or by simply sharing our videos. Your support is highly valued, as any effort is a major contribution in educating and influencing others.
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  • Clinical Psychology Explained - How to become a ClinPsy
    ClinPsyExplained - my guide to helping you understand what Clinical Psychologists do, in everyday language. This video is all about how to become a Clinical Psychologist. For more info visit the BPS website www.bps.org.uk
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  • How to Write Clinical Patient Notes: The Basics
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    This is a quick video from the University of Calgary that covers the basics in how to write clinical patient notes. It covers some key principles that protect patient safety and ensure you are effectively communicating with other health care professionals. For more great clinical education materials, go to sharcfm.ca, the Shared Canadian Curriculum in Family Medicine!
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  • Understanding Clinical Trials
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    This animation explains what clinical trials are, how they are conducted, and why they are important for patients with diseases like pancreatic cancer. The animation also provides an overview of study design, eligibility criteria, informed consent, safeguards, different phases of clinical trials, and the potential benefits and potential risks of participation. You can find out more about clinical trials and pancreatic cancer at: http://www.AnimatedPancreasPatient.com
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  • Social Media in Medical Education
    by Anna Williams 1 1
    A grand overview of the role of social media in contemporary medical education, including tips for effective incorporation of social media tools and apps into curricula, and a discussion of social media's limitations. Material presented here is taken from a Grand Rounds I originally presented to the internal medicine department at Highland Hospital.
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  • What is ''Free Medical Education''? And Why you should Care?
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Donate for 'Free Medical Education' Project: Become Monthly Donor: https://www.patreon.com/freemededucation One Time Donation: https://fundrazr.com/freemededucation Watch the Episodes released so far: https://www.youtube.com/c/FreeMedEducation Visit our website to learn more: http://www.freemededucation.com/ Our Aim: Let's make Medical Education Universal, Free, State of the Art and Available to every human being to enable best medical facilities for every human being. Please Join the following page & Group to stay updated: Facebook Page: Free Medical Education (https://www.facebook.com/FreeMedEducation) Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1162636387091983/ Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/FreeMedEducation About this Project: Imagine A World in which Every Medical Student & Every Doctor can have access to State of the Art Animations/illustrations explaining Entire Medical Course for FREE. Imagine, how dramatically it will improve quality of medical education for millions of healthcare givers. Imagine, how dramatically it will improve the Quality of healthcare provided by these healthcare givers to billions of human beings. Together we can achieve this dream. Let's make Medical Education Universal, Free, State of the Art and Available to every human being to enable best medical facility for every human being. Using state of the art animation videos we would create videos that will help every medical student get the best possible resource for easily grasping and understanding all medical concepts. This will help every single medical student and current doctors to become better doctors which we hope will help billions of human beings get better healthcare. If you have any Questions you can email us at: nakcollection@gmail.com
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  • Spotlight on Medical Education
    by Anna Williams 1 1 1
    Learn about the power of financial aid from the perspective of alumni and current students. Listen to their reflections as they discuss the impact financial aid had on their ability to attend Harvard Medical School and pursue their dreams.
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  • Heart Failure (Definition) – Cardiology | Medical Education Videos
    Watch this medical education video about heart failures and prepare for your next cardiology exam! You can also watch this video and many other free lectures at Lecturio: https://www.lecturio.com/medical-courses/cardiology-advanced.course?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_content=description&utm_campaign=medizin_cardiology Your lecturer is Joseph Alpert M.D. He is Professor of Medicine at the Sarver Heart Center as well as Director of Coronary Care and Medical Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation at the University of Arizona. Additionally, he is a member of the most important cardiologic institutions such as the American Heart Association and the European Society of Cardiology. Because of his outstanding teaching proficiency he is board certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease and has won many teaching awards such as the George W. Thorn Award for Excellence in Teaching, the William Osler Master Teacher Award, and the Edward Rhodes Stitt Award for Outstanding Teaching. Furthermore, he received the Distinguished Achievement Award from the Clinical Cardiology Council of the American Heart Association and was selected “Gifted Teacher of the Year” in 2004 by the American College of Cardiology. The video "Heart Failure (Definition)" is part of the lecture "Heart Failure" of the online medical course "Cardiology: Advanced". It provides an excellent insight on important reasons of heart failure. You will learn more about: • Definitions of heart failure • Heart failure frequency • Age and gender as influencing factors of heart failure • Preload and afterload as factors of heart failure • Systolic and diastolic heart failure If you want to become a cardiology expert, feel free to watch the whole playlist of our free medical education videos or start your free trial at Lecturio.com, offering the world’s best medical exam preparation. You can find all our medical courses at Lecturio: https://www.lecturio.com?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_content=description&utm_campaign=medizin_cardiology Furthermore, you can read the most inspiring medical articles in our magazine at: https://www.lecturio.com/magazine/medicine/ To subscribe to our YouTube channel, just click here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbYmF43dpGHz8gi2ugiXr0Q?sub_confirmation=1 To see our playlists, simply follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbYmF43dpGHz8gi2ugiXr0Q/playlists ___________________________________________________________________________ The images used in this presentation were sourced from Lange, Veronika: BASICS Kardiologie, 3. Aufl. 2013. Krautzig, Steffen, Renz-Polster, Herbert: Basislehrbuch Innere Medizin, 5.Aufl. Spes, Christoph, Klauss, Volker: Facharztprüfung Kardiologie. Classen, Meinhard, Diehl, V., Kochsiek, K., Hallek, Michael, Böhm, Michael, Schmiegel, Wolff: Innere Medizin, 6.A. Stierle, Ulrich, Hartmann, Franz: Klinikleitfaden Kardiologie, 5. Aufl.
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