KCDC announces new quarantine procedures for Korean nationals returning from abroad

KCDC announces new quarantine procedures for Korean nationals returning from abroad

the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention today announced a change in virus testing procedures for citizens returning from abroad those arriving without symptoms will not be transferred to separate quarantine facilities but will be required to follow self quarantine procedures before undergoing tests within three days of arrival chaals Prime Minister directed local […]

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The Benefits of Stem Cell Treatments for Autoimmune Disease

The Benefits of Stem Cell Treatments for Autoimmune Disease

Do you suffer from an autoimmune disease such as Lupus, hepatitis, rheumatoid arthritis, or Crohn’s Disease? Mississippi Stem Cell Treatment Center can provide relief with revolutionary, FDA-approved autoimmune disease treatment. Using state-of-the-art procedures, many debilitating disorders can be treated through the manipulation of a patient’s own stem cells. These procedures offer same-day treatment with minimal […]

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CJW Doc Minute: What are the symptoms of heart failure?

CJW Doc Minute: What are the symptoms of heart failure?

(uplifting music) (clock ticking) – [Announcer] What are the symptoms of heart failure? – Heart failure is a clinical syndrome that usually relates to when the heart’s pumping chambers are weakened. So another term is called congestive heart failure. And some of the common symptoms are shortness of breath, mainly when you exert yourself, but […]

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“Function of Surfactant” by Brian Walsh for OPENPediatrics

“Function of Surfactant” by Brian Walsh for OPENPediatrics

Function of Surfactant, by Dr. Brian Walsh. So what is surfactant? Endogenous surfactant is a biochemical compound composed of phospholipids, neutral lipids, and proteins that form a layer between the terminal airways, alveolar surfaces, and alveolar gas. Surfactant is secreted by type II pneumocytes and functions to reduce collapse during end exhalation by decreasing surface […]

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It’s Time to Act on Obesity / Ethicon

It’s Time to Act on Obesity / Ethicon

– [Presenter] Let me introduce you to Amanda. You’re just meeting her for the first time, but chances are you’re already making assumptions about how much she eats and how little she exercises because she’s obese. But I’m about to show you that there’s much more than meets the eye when it comes to obesity. […]

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HCA Doc Minute – Heart Disease

HCA Doc Minute – Heart Disease

(uplifting music) – Dr. Charlie Phillips, I’m a cardiologist with Virginia Cardiovascular Specialists. Coronary artery disease also known as coronary heart disease also know as atherosclerotic coronary disease is also called hardening of the arteries. It is the most common serious health problem in our society. It is the number one cause of death and […]

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Heart Disease Prevention / Jennifer Friend, ANP

Heart Disease Prevention / Jennifer Friend, ANP

– Things that I talk to patients about in terms of prevention are really just general lifestyle issues that we all sort of struggle with, I believe in our current society and that is just keeping your weight down making sure that you exercise a little bit everyday. It’s really talking about just walking everyday. […]

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HCA Neighborhood Healthwatch – Stress and Heart Disease

HCA Neighborhood Healthwatch – Stress and Heart Disease

(♪ upbeat music) – [Announcer] Neighborhood Health Watch is sponsored by the doctors of HCA, Virginia. – [Host] And today in Neighborhood Health Watch, Stress and Heart Disease. How to identify and manage stress before it becomes a major problem. While stress is a normal part of life, left unmanaged it can adversely affect your […]

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