Day: September 22, 2019

Penn State Today QuickCast: February 9, 2016

Penn State Today QuickCast: February 9, 2016

HI, I’M MARIAM SYLLA. AND I’M DEESHA THOSAR. THIS IS A PENN STATE TODAY QUICKCAST UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICES HAS ISSUED A NOROVIRUS WARNING. COMMONLY KNOWN AS THE STOMACH FLU, THE NOROVIRUS IS HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS AND CAUSES STOMACH PAIN, NAUSEA, AND DIARRHEA. THE ILLNESS CAN LAST UP TO THREE DAYS AND

Colon, rectum, and anus | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Colon, rectum, and anus | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: We’ve come a long way since we started talking about the gastrointestinal tract from our oral cavity. Now that we’ve made it all the way, down here, it’s time to talk about the final part of our GI tract. The large intestine, or the colon, the rectum and the

The Digestive System Animated Rap Song (Updated) How The Digestive System Works

THERE’S NO DOUBT, THERE’S NO QUESTION WE’RE TALKING ABOUT, ABOUT DIGESTION EVERY TYPE OF FOOD WE EAT FRUIT, VEGETABLES, MILK, GRAINS OR MEAT MUST BE DIGESTED TO PROVIDE COMPOUNDS WE CAN UTILIZE THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM DOES INCLUDE SPECIALIZED ORGANS THAT PROCESS FOOD IT CONTAINS, TO BE EXACT ACCESSORY ORGANS AND

Humans are Herbivores in Denial – w/ Science!

Humans are Herbivores in Denial – w/ Science!

I’m Mike, and in this episode, contrary to popular belief humans are best suited to be herbivores. When looking at psychological and physiological features we are herbivores. Ideal levels of bad cholesterol are only see in herbivorous populations, ideal weight in the USA is only seen in herbivorous populations, the

The 7 Symptoms of Appendicitis You Shouldn’t Ignore – Australia 360

The 7 Symptoms of Appendicitis You Shouldn’t Ignore – Australia 360

The 7 Symptoms of Appendicitis You Shouldn’t Ignore Do you know the symptoms of appendicitis?. Appendicitis is an illness that is caused by the blockage and inflammation of the appendix, a small organ that is connected to the first part of the large intestine. This causes difficulties in the blood flow in

Signs of Labor at 38 Weeks Pregnant

Signs of Labor at 38 Weeks Pregnant

What are the signs of labor at 38 weeks pregnant? I’m assuming you aren’t dealing with the obvious like waking up in a pool of bodily fluids and realizing you didn’t pee on yourself. I know that when the amniotic sack breaks, it doesn’t smell like pee, though if you’re

The Mind Gut Connection with Faith Dickerson, PhD, and Emeran Mayer, MD

The Mind Gut Connection with Faith Dickerson, PhD, and Emeran Mayer, MD

Kaitlin Luna: Welcome to Speaking of Psychology, a biweekly podcast from the American Psychological Association. I’m your host, Kaitlin Luna. The topic for this episode is the mind-gut connection. Is your gut a second brain? Emerging research is showing that our brains and our gastrointestinal systems maybe we’re connected than