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Cars Damaged In Apparent LI Shooting Spree

Cars Damaged In Apparent LI Shooting Spree

SEVERAL COWS WERE ALSO KILLED IN THE CRASH. NO CHARGES HAVE BEEN FILED. A COUPLE OF COMMUNITIES ALARMED BY A SERIES OF ATTACKS THIS WEEKEND THAT LEFT MORE THAN A DOZEN CAR WINDOWS SHATTERED. AS STEVE LANGFORD REPORTS, THE WIDESPREAD DAMAGE SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN CAUSED FROM SOMEONE FIRING A

Strongyloidiasis — The deadly tropical disease you’ve probably never heard of.

Strongyloides stercoralis is a parasitic worm. It lives in the environment and then it can get into your gut via your bloodstream by getting in through your skin. If your immune system gets compromised, the disease can go into a more severe form, that’s where the larvae multiplies enormously and

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

Cells of the immune system

Cells of the immune system

As I told you before, the bone marrow has a stem cell Those stem cells change to RBCs, platelets, and WBCs The WBCs have two types: non-granular and granular The granular WBCs are: eosinophils, basophils, neutrophils As I explained, eosinophils have red granules basophils have blue granules and neutrophils 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

When Do I Need a non-contrast CT?

When Do I Need a non-contrast CT?

Hi, this is Pam Johnson an, I’d like to present my second resident [UNKNOWN] presentation, which addresses the question, when do I need a noncontrast CT. In the old days, patients were scanned often with non contrast, Venus phase, and delayed phase. Just everyone routinely imaged. Now we really have