Osteosarcoma (Bone Cancer) – Miguel’s Story – Valley Children’s

Osteosarcoma (Bone Cancer) – Miguel’s Story – Valley Children’s

I discovered the magic of being in the mountains when I needed it the most. Sometimes the cards we’re dealt in life don’t always play out the way we want them. That’s when it’s time to shuffle the deck and for me getting a second chance at life led me to a place I’ve always […]

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Is Cycling Bad For Men’s Sexual Health? GCN Talks Bo***cks

Is Cycling Bad For Men’s Sexual Health? GCN Talks Bo***cks

Many people. I’m sure look at a bike saddle and think that not only must it be uncomfortable It’s probably also bad for you. You know – Cause damage, pain, numbness and for men perhaps erectile dysfunction, prostate cancer maybe. And yet many of us ride bikes a lot and don’t suffer from any issues at […]

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Health Insurance

Health Insurance

[music] My name is Brooke Leggen, and I was diagnosed with melanoma three times. I felt lucky to have health insurance, but I was concerned about being under-insured since I was on a student health plan. And I was worried that I may not get the best care because I had to use the student […]

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Stop Hating on Sunshine! Health Rant #4

what you have been told is wrong here’s what you need to know people can we stop hating on the Sun already The Sun has been around for 4.5 billion years roughly and humans – modern humans have been in the Sun for about 200,000 years did we have sunscreen during 99% of that time? […]

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Melania Trump: Let “Gift Of Nature” Heal Sick Children Without Health Insurance – The Ring Of Fire

Melania Trump: Let “Gift Of Nature” Heal Sick Children Without Health Insurance – The Ring Of Fire

Melania Trump has been under fire for the last few days for statements she made while visiting a children’s hospital, saying something to the effect that let the gift of nature help to heal children and sick people across this country. Here’s the thing, we do know, there is scientific evidence that does support the […]

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Why minority representation in medical research is a matter of life and death

Why minority representation in medical research is a matter of life and death

JUDY WOODRUFF: The country’s diversity is becoming ever greater, but medical research that could benefit the populace is not keeping pace. A recent review of government-funded cancer research studies found that all racial and ethnic minorities were considerably underrepresented. It also found that fewer than 2 percent of these clinical trials focused specifically on the […]

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Is Organic Really Better? Healthy Food or Trendy Scam?

Is Organic Really Better? Healthy Food or Trendy Scam?

Over the last few years, organic food has spread like wildfire. Despite higher prices, buying organic is turning from an alternative into a moral and social responsibility. Organic food is supposedly healthier more natural and more ethical. But what do we even mean when we say organic? There’s no global consensus, so different regions have […]

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I See Dead People: Dreams and Visions of the Dying | Dr. Christopher Kerr | TEDxBuffalo

Translator: Hélène Vernet Reviewer: Denise RQ I read a recent survey, and the title was, “Survey on American Fears,” and what Americans fear most is public speaking and dying. In other words, my TEDx talk. (Laughter) If that weren’t tough enough, tonight’s topic is illumination, and the question is really: can dying be illuminating? What […]

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Radiation therapy for prostate cancer: What to expect

Radiation therapy for prostate cancer: What to expect

I’m Dr. Danny Vesprini, Radiation Oncologist at Sunnybrook, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Toronto. I treat prostate cancer and other malignancies. Prostate cancer is the most common malgnancy diagnosed in men in North America. The two main options of treatment are either radical prostatectomy with surgery or […]

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