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Why do our Hands Shake? | #aumsum

Why do our Hands Shake? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. Why do our Hands Shake? Simple. They are trying to break dance. What. Oh AumSum. Shaky hands are also referred to as hand tremors. A tremor is an involuntary, rhythmic movement of one or more body parts. A tremor is generally caused when there is. Some problem

What if all Volcanoes Erupted at Once? | #aumsum

What if all Volcanoes Erupted at Once? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. What if all Volcanoes Erupted at Once? Don’t Worry. I will douse them using my AumSum Water Jet. Oh AumSum. Even if we ignore underwater volcanoes. There are still about 1500 active volcanoes on earth. There are at least 20 volcanoes erupting on earth at any given

What if we start Mining Asteroids? | #aumsum

What if we start Mining Asteroids? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. What if we start Mining Asteroids? Then I will open by mining company and list it on a Stock Exchange. Wow AumSum. An asteroid is a small rocky body orbiting the Sun. Millions of asteroids lie in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Now if we

Pranayama: Extend Your Life by Extending Your Breath | Jim Kambeitz | TEDxBismarck

Pranayama: Extend Your Life by Extending Your Breath | Jim Kambeitz | TEDxBismarck

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven What if I told you doctors have discovered a miraculous medicine that would allow you to catch yourself in times of stress, sadness, anger, anxiety or pain, and within moments, regain control of yourself, bring yourself together, stopping the suffering right in

Physical Activity: Making Sense of Current Research, Persistent Myths, and Common Barriers

Physical Activity: Making Sense of Current Research, Persistent Myths, and Common Barriers

MS.CURTIS: Good afternoon, everyone, and thank you for joining today’s webinar, “Physical Activity: Making Sense of Current Research, Persistent Myths, and Common Barriers.” I’m Leslie Curtis, Director of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases’ Weight-control Information Network. The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney

What are Stomach Ulcers? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. What are stomach ulcers? They are scary insects that hide in our stomach. No. Stomach ulcers or gastric ulcers are painful sores in the lining of our stomach. They occur when the protective layer of mucus in our stomach gets damaged. This can be caused due to

How Is Constipation Treated in Children? – Howard Baron, MD – Pediatric Gastroenterologist

Constipation in children that is not due to a structural or anatomic defect, in other words a birth defect or a bowel obstruction, which most of the time is not the case, is usually treated with a combination of a bowel clean out using some type of laxative treatment, along

Sisters Together – Helping Women in Our Community

Sisters Together – Helping Women in Our Community

Did you know that 57.2 % of black women 20 and older are obese? It’s a troubling problem for our community. But you can help. Hi, I’m Dr. Griffin Rodgers, director of the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases at NIH. Extra pounds put strain on the body