Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): virology, signs, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, prevention

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): virology, signs, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, prevention

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China’s Hubei province has 631 new COVID-19 cases on Thurs.

China on Thursday reported 889 new confirmed cases 631 of which were in Hebei province that’s according to China’s National Health Commission it says there were also 118 more deaths 115 of which were in Hebei more than 2000 patients in whom a are reportedly in critical condition this brings the total number of confirmed […]

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Dr. Raleigh Jones, Chair of Otolaryngology at UK HealthCare, discusses the U.S. News ranking

Dr. Raleigh Jones, Chair of Otolaryngology at UK HealthCare, discusses the U.S. News ranking

My name is Raleigh Jones, and I’m the chairman of the Department of Otolaryngology, Head, and Neck Surgery here at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. Most people call it ear, nose and throat, because otolaryngology is a bit of a mouthful. But we’re proud to take care of people with those problems. In otolaryngology, […]

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GOP Tax Plan Could Mean Higher Healthcare Costs For Middle Class | NBC Nightly News

GOP Tax Plan Could Mean Higher Healthcare Costs For Middle Class | NBC Nightly News

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Medliminal Finds You Healthcare Savings

Medliminal Finds You Healthcare Savings

♪♪♪ In the United States, more than 200 billion dollars were wasted in healthcare spend last year. As a U.S. employer, the greatest cost pressure lies within healthcare costs. Employees are bombarded with bills in their everyday lives and employee healthcare costs are among the foremost concerns for today’s business leaders. So, as a business […]

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VA News – Jan 28, 2019

VA News – Jan 28, 2019

Hello, everyone, I’m Marine Corps Veteran Matt Webb, and you’re watching VA News. On a recent trip to Capitol Hill, Secretary Robert Wilkie became the first VA Secretary to testify before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. Wilkie told Congress there are two areas that can help Native American Veterans, expanding Telehealth, and hosting more […]

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MDG Cribs: Family Health

MDG Cribs: Family Health

Hi, I’m Senior Airman Hager and you’re at Family Health and welcome to our Crib. Let’s come on right back. Come right in. This is our tech room where our medical technicians work at. Now we’re going to walk into one of our procedure rooms. This is mainly meant for women’s health procedures, so colposcopys, […]

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Emergency Medical Care

Emergency Medical Care

During an emergency, Veterans should immediately seek care at the nearest medical facility. An emergency is an injury, illness or symptom so severe that without immediate treatment, a Veteran’s life or health is in danger. In this situation, Veterans should call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room, or ER, right away. Veterans do […]

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Colorectal Health Forum

Colorectal Health Forum

– Good afternoon. – [Audience] Good afternoon. – Now, you know, if Dr. Reede were here, she would not be pleased with that call and response, so we’ll try it again. Good afternoon. – [Audience] Good afternoon. – All right, my name is Alden Landry. I am the Assistant Dean for Diversity Inclusion and Community […]

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