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Cold & Flu Care : How to Fight a Flu Naturally

Cold & Flu Care : How to Fight a Flu Naturally

It’s flu season again. A lot of people today, like to use natural remedies to fight many different diseases, including that of the flu. Hi, I’m Dr. Savage. I’m an osteopathic family practice physician, in Tampa. I’m here to talk to you about natural remedies to use when you have

Meet Internist Silvia Vilarinho, MD, PhD

Meet Internist Silvia Vilarinho, MD, PhD

– I really enjoy the combination between being a physician and having the privilege of also being a scientist, and if we make important progresses in the lab, that we could translate to the patients. Most of my focus right now is really to treat patients with liver disease. I

Digestive histology 9- Small intestine

Digestive histology 9- Small intestine

– Now we’re going to look at the three parts of the small intestine. Let’s go ahead and jot them down, what comes first? Duodenum. What comes next? Jejunum. That’s says jejunum. What comes next? Ileum, with an E like eat. Now, I’m going to tell you that characteristic things

Rogers schools meet with parents amidst Mumps outbreak

Rogers schools meet with parents amidst Mumps outbreak

40/29’S CHRIS SWAIM WAS AT THAT PMEETING TONIGHT, AND HE JOINS US PNOW FROM ROGERS. PCHRIS, WHAT DID DOCTORS AND PPARENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE POUTBREAK? PCHRIS: A DOCTOR FROM THE PARKANSAS HEALTH DEPARTMENT WENT POVER A LOT THIS EVENING HERE AT PHERITAGE HIGH SCHOOL IN ROGERS PLOT OF

Meet Our Doc: Pooja Mehta, MD, Digestive Health Institute

Meet Our Doc: Pooja Mehta, MD, Digestive Health Institute

I fell in love with pediatrics when I was a medical student and rotated on my first pediatric patients, and I was just humbled by how resilient and how strong they were. I just wanted to spend the rest of my life trying to be part of that. I like

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

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

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