Medical Myth – Colorectal Cancer Prevention – Penn State Cancer Institute

Medical Myth – Colorectal Cancer Prevention – Penn State Cancer Institute

Colorectal cancer absolutely can be prevented because there is a precursor to the cancer itself that we call a polyp. And this is a benign growth in the colon or rectum that can be removed by a colonoscopy before it turns into cancer. So yes, colorectal cancer can be prevented.

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Is Med School Right for Me? | Deciding on a Career in Medicine

Is Med School Right for Me? | Deciding on a Career in Medicine

Medicine is a great field but I am obviously biased. While I do love medicine, it is not something that I would recommend for everyone. It is very important that you are aware of the pros and cons and carefully decide if it is the right profession for you. Stay tuned to find out how. […]

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INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAIʻI: Hawaiʻi’s Physician Shortage | Program

HAWAIʻI NEEDS 300 PRIMARY CARE DOCTORS STATEWIDE, ACCORDING TO AN ANNUAL REPORT EVALUATING THE ISLANDS’ GROWING DOCTOR SHORTAGE. MORE THAN 500 SPECIALITY DOCTORS ARE ALSO NEEDED. THE SHORTAGE IS BIGGER ON THE NEIGHBOR ISLANDS ESPECIALLY ON THE BIG ISLAND WHERE THE NUMBER IS 44 PERCENT. WHY IS THIS HAPPENING AND WHAT’S BEING DONE TO STOP […]

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SC News: Urinary Tract Infections

SC News: Urinary Tract Infections

Here at Urgent Care we can treat UTIs and do so frequently. UTI stands for urinary tract infection. It is an infection either in the kidneys, the bladder or the urethra and it happens in both males and females. Depending on age we see a little bit more commonly in males at an older age, […]

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Can Health Care Help Identify Human Trafficking? | Hello humankindness

Can Health Care Help Identify Human Trafficking? | Hello humankindness

There’s multiple paths for someone to become victim of Human Trafficking. If your basic needs aren’t being met, that makes you more vulnerable. And, for many of the young teens or individuals that I’ve had the privilege of working with those basic needs weren’t being met. No matter what path we take, we’re still human […]

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Novel coronavirus – ACCESS POINT HEALTH

Novel coronavirus – ACCESS POINT HEALTH

– Do you worry about the novel, meaning new, coronavirus? So, it has been in the media news lately and it is an evolving situation. The date today is January 23rd, 2020. So this information is just relevant to now and that may change as the days progress. It is an evolving situation and we […]

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Life without Health Insurance: Restaurant Owner, Cancer Survivor Finds Alternatives

Life without Health Insurance: Restaurant Owner, Cancer Survivor Finds Alternatives

♪ Six seven years old I remember, first grade teacher would tell us. Hey, what would you guys want to be when you grow up? I drew a picture of the restaurant of where my mom worked. Me and a friend of mine decided to open our own restaurant and that was Sabroso came in. […]

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USAF – Allied Health

USAF – Allied Health

♪ It’s one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever done in my life, is to be part of a team of people that takes care of the active duty personnel that are serving our country and their dependents. I just, I love the people that I work with and I just I love it, […]

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U.S. Air Force: Life as an Air Force Physician

U.S. Air Force: Life as an Air Force Physician

Practicing medicine in the United States Air Force is very rewarding. You’re taking care of a very special population of people who have served their country or are family members of people who have served their country. For me, the most interesting part about this job is not necessarily what happens in the clinic but […]

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Dr. Bruce Scully – Family Care of Eastern Jackson County

Dr. Bruce Scully – Family Care of Eastern Jackson County

(electronic swelling) (upbeat music) – My name is Bruce David Scully, MD, I practice at the Family Care of Eastern Jackson County here in Blue Springs, Missouri. I like taking care of babies, I like taking care of kids, I like taking care of young adults and older adults so family practice was the best […]

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