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The Heart & Vascular Hospital
 
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The only exclusive heart hospital south of the Texas Medical Center, The Heart & Vascular Hospital is on the cutting edge of today's innovative cardiovascular care. Through excellence in medicine, superior patient care and a state-of-the-art facility, we diagnose and treat a wide range of cardiovascular conditions. And because we continually evaluate quality-related data, we relentlessly seek ways to reduce complications, while using new techniques to decrease pain, speed recovery and improve outcomes. The Heart & Vascular Hospital is located at 495 Medical Center Boulevard, Webster, Texas, 77598, across the street from Clear Lake Regional Medical Center. The phone number is the same as the main hospital phone number - 281-332-2511.
The Heart Center - Ahmed Ahmed, MD, FSCAI
 
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Ahmed Ahmed, M.D., FSCAI Board Certified and Fellowship Trained Interventional Cardiologist Phone: 281-956-7000 Dr. Ahmed is one of the leading cardiovascular specialists in Texas and part of the Clinical faculty at the University of Texas Medical Center School of Medicine. He holds four prestigious board certifications, which include Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Interventional Cardiology and Nuclear Cardiology. He offers his patients evidence based cardiovascular care, providing the latest technology at our state of the art medical facility in Clear Lake. Addressing the overall well-being of the patient, Dr. Ahmed advocates prevention and provides diagnostic evaluation and programs uniquely designed for the cardiovascular health of each individual. With subspecialty training in Interventional Cardiology he provides specialized care of blocked arteries in the heart and legs and has particular interest in cardiovascular risk factors - including the effect of hypertension, diabetes mellitus and high cholesterol on the heart. He provides the latest, minimally invasive approach to treating peripheral vascular diseases as well as a broad range of cardiovascular conditions. A published author and recipient of a number of prestigious awards, Dr. Ahmed remains committed to providing the highest level of care for long-term cardiovascular health and quality of life. Phone: 281-956-7000
Views: 172 Ahmed Ahmed, MD
UTMB Health Cardiovascular Care
 
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John has always enjoyed fishing with the guys and dancing with his wife. After having coronary bypass surgery at age 42, he got back to his life. But this year, 17 years later, he knew something wasn't right. Tests confirmed John's suspicions. Because he'd already had a bypass, the only option appeared to be getting on a heart pump and waiting for a transplant. Then the cardiovascular team at UTMB Health took another look and saw another way. They recommended an aggressive bypass graft procedure. It was a high risk given John's history, but it offered a greater chance of getting his full life back. And he trusted the UTMB team. John benefited from the work of a team of skilled specialists, subspecialists, surgeons, nurses, and technicians. These are gifted clinicians who teach others their art, using the very latest equipment, technology and techniques. Today John is back on his boat and before long he'll be back doing the cha-cha. Cardiovascular care at UTMB is comprehensive and state of the art, from heart rhythm studies to bypass to transplants to cardiac rehab. utmbhealth.com/cardiology
Clear Lake Medical Minute with Dr  Rakesh Shah   Describing the innovative new LARIAT procedure
 
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Approximately 6 million adults in the United States have been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AF) —a condition that accounts for more than 20 percent of stroke-related deaths. Clear Lake Medical Minute, Dr. Rakesh Shah, describes how an innovative new procedure called the LARIAT procedure is helping people with AF reduce their higher risk of stroke. People with AF experience a pooling of blood in the heart's left atrial appendage which can form blood clots and lead to stroke. The LARIAT procedure is a minimally invasive procedure that enables physicians to insert a suture loop, similar to a lasso, and seal the left atrial appendage providing long-term protection against stroke for patients with AF. The procedure is also an option for patients who cannot tolerate blood thinners such as warfarin and Coumadin®, as well as a more invasive open-heart surgery.
Bridging East and West: New Frontiers in Medicine
 
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Mind-body medicine is providing new models for wellness and therapy by combining conventional and complementary approaches to treatment. At this seminar, a panel of Harvard Medical School faculty will discuss this quickly developing approach that may help shape the future of medicine. Like Harvard Medical School on Facebook: https://goo.gl/4dwXyZ Follow on Twitter: https://goo.gl/GbrmQM Follow on Instagram: https://goo.gl/s1w4up Follow on LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/04vRgY Website: https://hms.harvard.edu/
Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin - I Like It [Official Audio]
 
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Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin - I Like It from Cardi B's Debut Album Invasion of Privacy available now! Stream/Download: https://CardiB.lnk.to/IOPAY INVASION OF PRIVACY merchandise available here: http://smarturl.it/BardiGangMerchYT Follow Cardi B http://Facebook.com/IAmCardiB http://Instagram.com/IAmCardiB http://Twitter.com/IAmCardiB http://Soundcloud.com/IAmCardiB
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Huntsville Hospital Health System Employee Overview video 120313
 
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Huntsville Hospital Health System is the fifth largest public, not-for-profit health system in the United States. More than 7,000 people work in the hospitals and clinics across North Alabama. While they cover all types of healthcare, their specialties include cardiac care, surgery, trauma and neonatal intensive care.
Views: 315 Phil Schmidt
Jenna NICU 12 27 17
 
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Little Jenna chillin in the NICU at Clear Lake Regional 12-27-2017
Views: 73 TxChristopher
Home Remedies For Water Retention In Body (Edema)
 
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Water retention is nothing but trapped fluids in certain parts of the body which may cause swelling. It is known as edema. When the lymphatic system is unable to clear excess fluids from certain areas like ankles, legs and hands, it may result in a swell. Sometimes, the reasons could be thyroid issues, kidney issues, liver issues, allergies, vitamin deficiencies, circulatory issues or cardiovascular issues. Though the reasons and symptoms may not be the same in every case, several issues like itching, swelling, bloating, aching, high BP and weight gain could be the same. The firsts steps to take are: hydration, nutrition and exercise. Now, let us discuss about some home remedies to treat water retention. Remedy #1 Chew a couple of garlic cloves every morning. It works like a diuretic and helps the body release the the excess fluid. Remedy #2 Drink parsley tea regularly as it contains calcium, iron, anti-oxidants and vitamin B. It can help the body move the excess fluids out. Remedy #3 Barley juice is a good diuretic which can reduce swelling and water retention. Remedy #4 Some foods like pineapple, water melon and cranberries are diuretics which can make you urinate more. Eating them can help your body flush out toxins and built-up fluids. Remedy #5 Even lemon water helps your body flush out excess fluids and toxins. Drink a cup of lemon water with honey every morning. Remedy #6 Though it is tough to believe, drinking water may also help. Sometimes, dehydration could cause water retention. So, drink enough water and see. Remedy #7 Foods like blackberries, raisins and bananas contain potassium. When your body lacks enough of potassium, it may cause retention of water. Potassium helps in maintaining water-sodium balance. Video URL : https://youtu.be/6S1SwaMifCY
Views: 295484 Health Care Tips
Dr. Theresa Roca—Nemours Cardiologist in Pensacola
 
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NEMOURS CHILDREN’S SPECIALTY CARE | Pediatric cardiologist Dr. Theresa Pryor Roca treats heart disease in children at Nemours Children’s Specialty Care, Pensacola. Dr. Roca understands that when a child has a heart condition, it impacts the family on many levels. That’s why she believes the best possible care is focused on the child’s health and the family’s overall well-being. As a heart doctor at Nemours Children’s Specialty Care, Pensacola, Dr. Roca has special interest in heart disease and chose pediatrics because she loves helping kids get healthy. Learn more about Dr. Roca’s approach to care and make an appointment today. Dr. Roca is part of the Nemours Cardiac Center in Florida at VIEW DR. ROCA’S PROFILE: http://findaprovider.nemours.org/Details/886 FOR APPOINTMENTS: (850) 505-4700 NEMOURS CHILDREN'S SPECIALTY CARE, PENSACOLA: https://www.nemours.org/locations/primary-care/florida-primary-care-pediatrician-orlando-lake-nona.html NEMOURS CARDIAC CENTER IN FLORIDA The Nemours Cardiac Center is an integrated network that extends advanced heart care to kids where they live. With locations across the state, the pediatric Cardiac Center expands Nemours cardiology expertise in Florida that began in Pensacola in 1997. Today, children and families in Florida have access to comprehensive Nemours services, such as fetal heart diagnostics, heart surgery, preventive care and ongoing condition management, closer to home—where healing happens. LEARN MORE: https://www.nemours.org/service/medical/florida-pediatric-cardiac-center.html ABOUT NEMOURS CHILDREN’S HEALTH SYSTEM Nemours is one of the nation’s largest integrated, non-profit pediatric health systems that focuses on prevention and education, medical research, academics and health advocacy to improve the lives of children and families everywhere. Nemours owns and operates two free-standing children’s hospitals and extensive community networks of specialty, urgent, primary care locations and online video doctor visits throughout the Delaware Valley and Florida. LEARN MORE: https://www.nemours.org/welcome.html
Views: 280 Nemours
Taking Care of Your Heart
 
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Diabetes Heart Disease, Clogged Arteries Reversed – Trina Health Newport Beach - 949.722.7902
 
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Description: http://www.trinahealthnewportbeach.com : Ed Laconis was diagnosed Type 2 diabetes in 2003 and was given 3 months to live by his doctor. Thanks to his treatments at Trina Health, Ed is alive in 2016, bowling twice a week, golf of Saturdays and enjoying life. In this video Ed shares his story of recovery of his heart condition and his ability to live an active life. Our Artificial Pancreas Treatment® that Ed Laconis receives is FDA approved and covered by Medicare and most insurance. We succeeded with Ed Laconis the same way we have helped our patients in stopping and reversing neuropathy, kidney disease, retinopathy, and open diabetic wounds because our Artificial Pancreas Treatment® (APT) mimics what a healthy pancreas does, which is send insulin to the liver in bursts every 4 to 6 minutes. Trina Health Newport Beach treatments mimics the healthy pancreas, stimulates the liver to produce metabolic enzymes and starts a positive cascade effect of getting the body on proper glucose metabolism and helped Ed Laconis. We help Ed Laconis to burn carbohydrates and improve his resting metabolism. Call today for a free consultation at 949-722-9702.
Case 1 : Optimizing Cardiovascular Risk Reduction in High-Risk Patients Through Lipid Management
 
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For the complete CME activity, please visit http://www.annenberg.net/Lipid-Management-CME. In this video webcast of a satellite symposium held during the National Lipid Association’s Fall Clinical Lipid Update 2017, Peter Howard Jones, MD, and Joseph J. Saseen, PharmD, provide their insights into the evolving lipid management of patients at high risk for cardiovascular events. To better facilitate the integration of recent data into real-world clinical practice, Drs. Jones and Saseen discuss 4 case scenarios of patients at different levels of cardiovascular risk. Case 1 includes: Mateo is a 68-year-old male treated with moderate-intensity statin therapy who needs treatment intensification for secondary prevention. Treatment options are discussed based on clinical trials such as IMPROVE-IT, ODYSSEY Long Term, FOURIER, and GLAGOV. • High-intensity statin therapy remains first-line treatment for secondary prevention in patients with LDL-C hyperlipidemia • Additional LDL-C reduction is achieved with the addition of ezetimibe or PCSK9 inhibitor to high-intensity statin therapy
Mix 1 Lemon With 1 Tablespoon Of Olive Oil And You Will Use This For The Rest Of   Your Life!
 
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Mix 1 Lemon With 1 Tablespoon Of Olive Oil And You Will Use This For The Rest Of Your Life! 1- Olive oil Was called liquid gold and the Romans 2- Lemon Health benefits of lemon are very well-known to everyone 3- Constipation Combination of lemon and olive oil is perfect 4- Cardiovascular problems Olive oil possesses a rich content of fatty acids 5- Rheumatic problems This amazing drink possesses very strong anti-inflammatory properties
Views: 1022 How To
Cardi B - Ring feat. Kehlani [Official Audio]
 
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Cardi B - Ring feat. Kehlani from Cardi B's Debut Album Invasion of Privacy available now! Stream/Download: https://CardiB.lnk.to/IOPAY INVASION OF PRIVACY merchandise available here: http://smarturl.it/BardiGangMerchYT Follow Cardi B http://Facebook.com/IAmCardiB http://Instagram.com/IAmCardiB http://Twitter.com/IAmCardiB http://Soundcloud.com/IAmCardiB
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Dr. Jari Laukkanen on Sauna Use for the Prevention of Cardiovascular & Alzheimer’s Disease
 
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This podcast features Jari Laukkanen, M.D., Ph.D., a cardiologist and scientist at the Institute of Public Health and Clinical Nutrition, University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio. Dr. Laukkanen has been conducting long-term trials looking at the health effects of sauna use in a population of over 2,000 middle-aged men in Finland. The results? Massive reductions in mortality and memory disease in a dose-response fashion at 20-year follow-up. In this almost 25-minute episode, we talk about... 00:00:37 - The association between sauna use and fatal cardiovascular outcomes 00:00:37 - The inverse association between cardiovascular-related deaths and all-cause deaths. 00:02:00 - How men that used the sauna 2-3 times per week had a 27% lower cardiovascular-related mortality than men that used the sauna 1 time per week 00:02:15 - How men that used the sauna 4-7 times per week had a 50% lower cardiovascular-related mortality than men that used the sauna one time per week. 00:02:50 - The confounding factors Dr. Laukkanen and his colleagues had to adjust for, such as physical exercise, cholesterol, obesity, smoking, alcohol consumption, socioeconomic status. 00:03:26 - The various types of cardiac-related deaths their reductions were shown in, including coronary artery disease, sudden cardiac death and more. 00:05:00 - How one of the major mechanisms by which sauna use improves heart health is by reducing blood pressure and incident hypertension. 00:05:40 - The mechanisms by which the sauna lowers blood pressure, which can occur via balancing of the autonomic nervous system, improvements in blood vessel function, decreases in arterial stiffness and compliance of arteries. 00:06:17 - The increases in heart rate seen with sauna use that make it similar to moderate aerobic exercise in some ways (up to 150 beats/min!). 00:06:56 - How time spent in the sauna was one of the more important factors for risk reduction with at least 20 minutes per session in a 174 F (79C) 4-7 times per week being a "sweet spot." 00:09:29 - The inverse, dose-response relationship between sauna use and all-cause mortality: 24% for 2-3 times per week, 40% for 4-7 times. 00:10:00 - His newest study that now shows a reduction in risk in a similar dose-response fashion for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease by around 65% for the most frequent sauna users. 00:10:18 - The way sauna use increases heat shock proteins which repair damaged proteins and prevent protein aggregates and how this could end up being at least one potential molecular mechanism at play. 00:13:03 - How sauna use increases growth hormone by 200-330%. 00:14:10 - The patterns of sauna use and especially whether to sauna before or after you weight train. 00:15:55 - The effect of sauna on mood which may be from improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness and possibly endorphins as well. 00:18:39 - How sauna improves heart rate variability. 00:20:04 - Cold-water immersion after sauna and a few cautionary words for extreme contrast therapy in people with a pre-existing heart condition that is currently unstable. Let Dr. Laukkanen know you appreciate his work by sending him a tweet! ▶︎ Jari Laukkanen on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/LaukkanenJari --- Links related to FoundMyFitness: ▶︎ Subscribe on YouTube: http://youtube.com/user/FoundMyFitness?sub_confirmation=1 ▶︎ Join my weekly email newsletter: http://www.foundmyfitness.com/?sendme=lifestyle-heuristic ▶︎ Crowdfund more videos: http://www.foundmyfitness.com/crowdsponsor ▶︎ Subscribe to the podcast: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/foundmyfitness/id818198322 ▶︎ Twitter: http://twitter.com/foundmyfitness ▶︎ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/foundmyfitness ▶︎ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/foundmyfitness
Views: 48753 FoundMyFitness
Cardi B - Foreva
 
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Get the album, Gangsta Bitch Music, Vol. 1. iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/gangsta-bitch-music-vol.-1/id1090779765 Official music video by Cardi B performing Foreva. 2016 KSR Group http://vevo.ly/GG0qne Best of CardiB: https://goo.gl/Cz3C67 Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/6ywVPv
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Oklahoma Heart Institute at Hillcrest Hospital South
 
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Oklahoma Heart Institute has earned a reputation as one of the finest tertiary cardiovascular care programs in the country.
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UTMB Health Orthopedics and Musculoskeletal Care
 
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If Eleanor isn't moving, she isn't happy. There's skiing,wakeboarding, rock climbing, and the more down to earth activities like biking to the store. When she needed surgery on her ankle, she was worried. She came to UTMB Health and benefited from a multidisciplinary team of surgeons, doctors, nurses, and physical therapists who knew that Eleanor needed aggressive treatment to return to her active lifestyle. They kept her informed at every step. "I'm a Nurse Practitioner. I practice what I preach about staying active and healthy.When it came time for rehab, the people here made sure I stayed with the plan. You get out of it what you put in." Today, Eleanor is back to her old tricks, which also happened to include kicking up her heels and dancing at a friend's wedding. Whether it's working in ortho, neuro, or any aspect of the musculoskeletal system, UTMB has gifted clinicians--doctors and surgeons who teach others their art, using the very latest equipment, technology and techniques. utmbhealth.com
The Woodlands, Texas Cardiologist Dr. Rahul Trikha
 
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Dr. Trikha, M.D., is a cardiologist and cares for his patients at Kelsey-Seybold’s clinic in The Woodlands.
Views: 226 Kelsey- Seybold
The Healthy Heart program at St. Paul's Hospital
 
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Patients who need to strengthen their hearts come to St. Paul's twice a week for cardiovascular workouts supervised by a nurse.
Views: 112 The Province
Home Remedies For Heart Disease
 
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Home Remedies For Heart Disease 00:00:13 Garlic 00:00:58 Turmeric 00:01:43 Cayenne Pepper 00:02:28 Fenugreek Seeds 00:03:13 Green Tea 00:03:58 Bran 00:04:43 Broccoli 00:05:22 Strawberries 00:06:07 Salmon 00:06:52 Sweet Potato
Views: 90156 Home Remedies
SAAOL Dr. Bimal Chhajer on Heart Disease Reversal
 
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Does gum disease cause heart attacks? Really?
 
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Dentists spend their day looking into our mouths. They see evidence of cardiovascular inflammation in the gums. In fact, the mouth is similar to eyes in this respect. We can see a clear reflection of arterial health just by looking. Inflamed gums lose their link pink color and get an angry dark red red. There is even clearly visible loss of the bone tissue which makes up the socket which stabilizes the tooth. There are several diseases associated with each other; hypertension, chronic kidney disease, diabetes, gum disease, heart attack, stroke, heart failure and senility. I've got several videos talking about the associations between these diseases, diabetes, and the diabetes gene (9P21): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxOWtLyVjnw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBErVjwtpnE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6sP5QFBYpg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HW2Q5zRetP0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJD0yFfIyiY It's known that there are several drivers of cardiovascular inflammation. It appears to me that diabetes (which is turn driven by the 9P21 gene) and gum disease are critical drivers in this aging process. I don't agree with the American Heart Association position that causality is not supported. And I don't think that we have to passively wait for these diseases to happen. We can prevent them. About Dr. Brewer - Ford Brewer is a physician that started as an Emergency Doctor. After seeing too many patients coming in dead from early heart attacks, he went to Johns Hopkins to learn Preventive Medicine. He went on the run the post-graduate training program (residency) in Preventive Medicine at Hopkins. From there, he made a career of practicing and managing preventive medicine and primary care clinics. His later role in this area was Chief Medical Officer for Premise, which has over 500 primary care/ prevention clinics. He was also the Chief Medical Officer for MDLIVE, the second largest telemedicine company. More recently, he founded PrevMed, a heart attack, stroke, and diabetes prevention clinic. At PrevMed, we focus on heart attack and stroke and Type 2 diabetes prevention by reducing or eliminating risk through attentive care and state-of-the-art genetic testing, imaging, labs and telemedicine options. We serve patients who have already experienced an event as well as those have not developed a diagnosis or event. Our team of senior clinicians includes internationally recognized leaders in the research and treatment of cardiovascular disease, preventive medicine and wellness. We also provide preventive medicine by telemedicine technology to over 30 states. Contact Dr. Brewer at info@prevmedheartrisk.com or visit http://prevmedheartrisk.com. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How to prevent a stroke: #1 cause of disability, #5 cause of death, High BP and Atrial fibrillation" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buRtcJyLFJA -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 768 Ford Brewer
Community Hospitals -  President Video: South Lake Hospital
 
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Orlando Health is one of Florida's most comprehensive private, not-for-profit healthcare networks, and is based in Orlando, FL. Our facilities, advanced medical treatments and procedures, and highly qualified staff have distinguished Orlando Health as a healthcare leader for nearly two million Central Florida residents and 4,500 international visitors annually.
Views: 207 Orlando Health
Is Water Fasting Safe? In-depth Interview w/ Dr. Goldhamer & Dr. Group
 
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http://ghc.us/1to Learn valuable water fasting advice from two of the leading expert doctors in natural health and wellness. In this interview, Dr. Group sits down with Dr. Alan Goldhamer, a leading pioneer in water fasting who sees over 1,000 new patients a year and has the experience of monitoring 20,000 water fasts in the last 33 years. Dr. Goldhamer clarifies common myths and misconceptions people have when performing a water fast and shares all the ins-and-outs of (medically supervised) water fasting. If you plan to attempt any type of supervised fast in the future, you need to see this video. For more information on fasting, email fasting@globalhealingcenter.com or visit http://ghc.us/1to. Watch Dr. Group's 18-day water fasting journey: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOOnUhETUbdEyMcig7Hh8P7ojODgpSt4K For more information on Dr. Goldhamer's TrueNorth Health Center in Santa Rosa, California visit http://www.healthpromoting.com. ------ Dr. Edward Group III, DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM is the founder and CEO of Global Healing Center. He assumes a hands-on approach to producing new and advanced life changing products and information to help you maintain a clean body and live a healthy lifestyle. It's our mission to bring back good health, positive thinking, happiness, and love. View Our Top Selling Products: http://www.globalhealingcenter.com?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=YouTube_201801_HealthBenefitsofWaterFasting_WaterFasting_Signature_ViewTopSelling Read our Health Articles: http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=YouTube_201801_HealthBenefitsofWaterFasting_WaterFasting_Signature_Articles Read more about Dr. Group: http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/about/dr-group?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=YouTube_201801_HealthBenefitsofWaterFasting_WaterFasting_Signature_DrG" -------- The statements expressed by Dr. Group, Global Healing Center and their partners are published for educational and informational purposes only and are not intended as a diagnosis, treatment, or as a substitute for professional medical advice.
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Family Medicine Doctor, Resident: Samuel D. Fam, DO
 
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Family medicine doctor, resident Samuel D. Fam, DO practices at the Duke Family Medicine Center in Durham. Get to know him in this video and learn more at https://www.dukehealth.org/find-doctors-physicians/samuel-d-fam-do About Dr. Fam I found passion in family medicine while living in New York City during the last two years of osteopathic medical school surrounded by a diverse and active urban population. I am a strong believer in preventative and population medicine and have special interest in exercise, sports and integrative medicine. I try and see each person in the context of not only them as an individual, but also as a member of a community; using this framework, I hope to work with each person towards a state of health that they are ready and able to achieve. Outside of work, I enjoy the outdoors, yoga, great books, great food and spending time with my family and friends.
Views: 1153 Duke Health
Pulmonary medicine  2 Dr. Uri Ben-Zur
 
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Medical Edge: Cardiac yoga could benefit heart
 
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ANDERSON, Ohio (Liz Bonis) -- You've probably heard of cardiac rehab after having a heart attack, but at the Mercy HealthPlex in Anderson, the prescription now includes cardiac yoga. After suffering a small heart attack in June 2013, Barry Metzger realized he needed something to help reduce stress and learn how to relax. He signed up for cardiac yoga at the HealthPlex. Cindy Ackerman is the instructor for the cardiac yoga classes. She says the program is designed specifically for cardiac patients. The yoga involves breathing, warm-up exercises, stretching, yoga poses and relaxations. It is also partly a support group. The team is careful to stress that the yoga is not a replacement for cardiac rehab and cardiovascular exercise, but they say when someone has a heart event, there are a lot of emotions that follow like anger and depression. Cardiac yoga is designed to relieve those feelings.
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Medical Minute- Heart Health
 
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Community Health Plan of Washington would like to remind you to show your heart some love this month! For optimal heart health, it is important to quit smoking. Smoking increases the risk of heart disease by increasing blood pressure, decreasing exercise tolerance, and increasing the risk of blood clots. The food you put into your body directly impacts the health of your heart. A proper diet can stop or reverse heart disease. Incorporate more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and foods high in fiber. These diet tips are also beneficial in lowering blood pressure and cholesterol. Treat your heart with 30 minutes of exercise a day. Being active strengthens your heart, helps maintain a health BMI (Body Mass Index), reduces stress and lowers blood pressure. Healthy blood pressure, blood glucose and cholesterol levels keep your heart healthy. Speak to your physician to learn your optimal levels. Community Health Plan of Washington, taking care of your health for life!
Streamlined Access Among Benefits of New SHIN-NY Network
 
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In 2005, Brookdale University Hospital transitioned to electronic health records in its emergency department. Ambulatory Care and Community Health Services Chairman Dr. Lewis Marshall oversaw the change, and says it’s had clear benefits, for example, in immediately treating people with STDs. “Using the data we got from our electronic record every patient who came in complaining of complaints suggestive of an STD or sexually transmitted disease were evaluated, cultured, and treated at that visit,” says Dr. Marshall.
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Cardiac Rehabilitation Your Journey Back to Heart Health With Health Specialist Marilyn Mitzel
 
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We all know about physical rehab, but there is another form of rehab few of us know much about. It's Cardiac Rehab. The goal is to rehabilitate the heart after a heart attack. As Health Specialist Marilyn Mitzel shows us, it's can make the difference between life and death.
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Health Minute: Cardiac rehab
 
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New York, New York (Holly Firfer, CNN) -- Many people who have had cardiac events like a heart attack, a stent put in an artery, or even open heart surgery think that once they are released from the hospital, their worries are done. Not so. Last April 56-year-old John Hughes got up, got dressed, and went to work. It seemed like any other day but that day was going to change his life. Hughes said, "These pains just came out of nowhere." John was having a heart attack. "I started having the pains and hoped that they would go away and then they didn't," he said. His doctors had put a stent in his heart to clear a blocked artery. The surgery was over but the hard work was just beginning. John's doctor's sent him to cardiac rehabilitation. Dr. Margaret l. Furman, director of preventive cardiology
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Dr. William O'Neill comes to Henry Ford Hospital
 
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Led by a world-famous expert, Dr. William O'Neill, the Center for Structural Heart Disease at Henry Ford Hospital has a global reputation for excellence in the diagnosis, treatment and management of complex cardiac conditions. The Center for Structural Heart Disease at Henry Ford Hospital continues to be a leader in providing patients with structural heart disease with the newest, most advanced treatments. Henry Ford is one of just a handful of hospitals worldwide where patients with atrial fibrillation can have the groundbreaking LARIAT procedure to reduce stroke risk and we were first in Michigan to offer an important new procedure, Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR), to patients with severe aortic stenosis. If you have complex heart problems, you can feel confident you'll have access to true experts with experience performing the latest and most innovative procedures right here at Henry Ford's Center for Structural Heart Disease.
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Gum Disease and Heart Disease: Surprising Link| Kaiser Permanente
 
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Did you know that your oral hygiene doesn’t just impact your mouth, but also your heart health? To better understand the correlation between periodontal disease and coronary artery disease, and possibly strokes, Jay Wylam, DMD with Kaiser Permanente Northwest Dental, explains exactly how gum disease works.
UTMB at Victory Lakes
 
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The speciality clinic being built by UTMB in League City, Texas is scheduled to be completed later in 2009.
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Texas Historical Marker Dedication Boys Ranch of Copperas Cove
 
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The Boys Ranch story starts in 1934. The United States had been in the grip of the Great Depression since 1929. Nearly a quarter of Americans were unemployed and wages were dropping. Even for those employed, the workforce saw take-home pay shrink, reflecting deceased work hours and lower wages. In Killeen, First National Bank was the sole remaining bank, absorbing six other banks in Copperas Cove, Kempner and Killeen, according to Robert Allen Ozment in his master’s thesis, “Temple, Texas, and the Great Depression, 1929-1933.” Unemployed and homeless, thousands of Texans hitchhiked across the state is search of work, while being frequently forced to seek shelter in abandoned buildings, tents or shanties made of cardboard boxes and tar paper. Scholars estimate that nearly 50 percent of children did not have adequate food, shelter or medical care. Families had no safety net such as those that are available today. Although there were orphanages and institutions to care for underprivileged children, they were woefully inadequate for the number of children in need. Also, there was no home for troubled youth except reform schools. This was the backdrop when Roy Ernest Dawson and Viola Mae Roubison Dawson first embarked on their dream of establishing a home for orphaned and disenfranchised children. Viola was born May 2, 1900, in Temple, Texas and died September 28, 1954, in Goldthwaite, Texas . She was a deeply religious person who was ordained as an elder in the church of the Nazarene on October 27, 1929. It is likely that her devotion to children was influenced by her own meager circumstances while growing up in Texas and Oklahoma. Viola and Roy married on July 3, 1917 in Cameron, Texas. Roy was born January 11, 1897, and died August 20, 1984, in Lampasas, Texas. He was a quiet man of strong character. He was a husband completely devoted to Viola and her effort to help children to become a reality. Their guiding principle is made clear in the often-repeated motto for their life’s most enduring accomplishment, “Teach a man, you write on water; teach a child, you carve on marble.” II. OVERVIEW Helping the helpless was a way of life for Viola Dawson. The couple had undertaken charity work early in their marriage while living in Oklahoma. By the time they returned to Texas in 1930 both of them knew that they wanted to establish a home in the country “where boys could chase squirrels and go swimming nude in the creek or play marbles.” Although discouraged by friends and advisors, the Dawsons were not deterred from pursuit of their dreams. The Texas Secretary of State issued charter 65959 to the Society for Friendless Children on August 17, 1934. The corporation was a Christian but non-denominational non-profit corporation. This was followed by the issuance of license #297 by the State Board of Control, Division of Child Welfare on August 20, 1937. The Dawsons later changed the name from Society for Friendless Children to Boys Ranch of Copperas Cove as the original name was not descriptive of their plans for the children in their care. Although the entire ranch was located in Bell County, the name Boys Ranch of Copperas Cove was chosen since the boys attended school in nearby Copperas Cove. The plans for a ranch for children began to become a reality when Roy and Viola purchased the Dawson homestead of 502 acres for $5,030 from Roy’s mother and siblings. The land, located in West Bell County, was surrounded by a rolling and hilly landscape. The land had large stands of live oak trees with graceful reclining branches and wide canopies.
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AM RADIO, DR. AMIT PATEL AND STEM CELLS SAVED MY LIFE
 
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AM RADIO, DR. AMIT PATEL AND STEM CELLS SAVED MY LIFE My name is Billy Amer and in 1995 at age 41, I had my first of seven heart attacks. I was taken to the Rogers Arkansas Hospital in Rogers, Arkansas where. I received a single vessel bypass with a graft from my breast artery. A year later the bypass collapsed and I had a second heart attack. My doctor placed a stent in the artery and I returned to work only to experience a third heart attack just six months later. I would be in 1997 and I was given two more medicated stents. In 1998 I had heart attack number four and was once again hospitalized in Springdale, Arkansas and given even more stents. I returned to my work but because of the severe amount of heart damage I was unable to continue driving the semi and accepted a different job as a company guard. My options are getting fewer and I believe my days are truly numbered. I have been blessed to even be alive at this point. Two months later, heart attack five happens. This time I am really barely hanging on. I am aware the odds of someone surviving one or two heart attacks are slim enough, but surviving number 5? At this time I could not walk over 50 feet without having to take a break to sit down to rest but I still had the feeling that someone upstairs was looking out for me. The doctor taking care of me explained that I had very little blood to my brain and to my other organs and that I was very lucky to even be alive. On a personal note: My company fired me, as I could no longer remember how to do my job. In early 2008 I have been a long-time listener of the George Noory Show on Coast to Coast AM radio and one night in 2007 Georges guest was Christian Wilde and he was talking about how stem cells for the first time in history, can actually rejuvenate a damaged heart! I knew I had to get through to George. When I told him that at that time, I had had a total of five heart attacks, George asked his producer Tom, to take my phone number and ask Christian if he would call me after the show. I did receive the call and Christian said he would do everything he could to try and help me get a treatment in a trial that might possibly prolong my life. Prior to this night I had no hope but I am still destined for more heart attacks! Heart attack number six happens in early 2008 but this one, fortunately, is a mild one. Complicating the situation I now had a new diagnosis of diabetes. Now move forward to mid 2008 when I have my seventh heart attack and this time the doctors told me there was no possibility of receiving any more stents. I was fortunate that they were able to actually vacuum out the plaque blockage but in the process, the obstructed vein collapsed. I had been lucky until this point but now believed I was truly out of options and was definitely putting my house in order. I cant tell you how my spirits were lifted when Christian called me and said he had not forgotten his promise to try and help me and asked if I could fly to Salt Lake City to meet a world-class pioneer stem cell surgeon and that if anyone could do something outside the box to save me, it would be his friend, Dr. Amit Patel, Director of Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine and Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Utah. I was short of funds from not being able to work so the LDS Church helped me buy my plane ticket and I was on my way to see Dr. Patel. After a careful examination he very confidently told me, Billy, I think I can fix you. He scheduled the procedure for December of 2008. The rest is history. A month later I was back in Salt Lake but this time I was doing even worse than before. I was on oxygen, my weight was up and I no color to my skin. Dr. Patel performed a (Transmyocardial Laser Revascularization) TMR but in my case adding my own bone marrow stem cells). As Christian later explained to me Dr. Patel had used the laser to burn tiny channels collateral arteries bypassing my blocked arteries that could not have received any more stents. Before I left for Utah, I remember leaving a message on Christians answering service thanking him and told him that if I didnt survive the surgery, I would see him in heaven! This was the first time this particular procedure would be done. Three months after the surgery I was doing better. I was off the oxygen, with color returning to my face and having a definite increase in my energy level. Dr. Patel was very happy with my results and told me he didnt need to see me for another year. When I flew back to Salt Lake City in January of 2010 what a difference! I could walk and I could run and was now able to lose weight like other people. Here I am running on my treadmill doing a 15-minute mile without stopping. Thanks to George, Christian and Dr Patel, I owe them my life. Thank you; Billy Armer of Nampa,Idaho , age 53 and a survivor of seven heart attacks.
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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Scientific Discoveries and Future Targeted Treatments
 
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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a complex, multifaceted disorder characterized by extreme fatigue and a host of other symptoms that can worsen after physical or mental activity, but do not improve with rest. Dr. Montoya discussed clinical implications of recent scientific reports that are pinning down the development of this disease. Treatment implications and future avenues for research were also discussed. Speaker: Jose Montoya, MD
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Sheyla Hopkins, MD Internal Medicine
 
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Sheyla N. Hopkins, MD is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and practices in our Plant City office near Walden Lake. She treats adults for all primary care needs, with a special interest in diabetes, smoking cessation, hypertension and women's health. She is fluent in Spanish.
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Barton Health Designated Level III Trauma Center
 
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Barton Memorial Hospital has been designated a Level III trauma center by El Dorado County. This makes Barton Hospital the only trauma center in the Lake Tahoe, Truckee, and Carson Valley region.
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Dr. Wayne Dyer - You'll SEE It When You BELIEVE It - POWER To Transform Thoughts!
 
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Health Care Stakeholder Discussion: Physicians
 
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Director of the White House Office on Health Reform Nancy-Ann DeParle holds a stakeholder discussion with over 30 medical leaders from across the country to get their ideas on health care reform. May 27, 2009. (Public Domain)
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K Camp - Comfortable
 
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Pacific Medical Centers | Beacon Hill | Lisa Oswald, MD
 
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Dr. Lisa Oswald is an Internal Medicine physician at Pacific Medical Centers' Beacon Hill. "I enjoy following patients throughout their lives, working with them and their families, maximizing their health and learning about how to best support them in meeting their health goals. I like everyone, but I especially enjoy seeing the retired military, the non-English speakers, and the elderly patients. I would like my patients to feel that they are well-listened to, that somebody has empathy for them and gives them guidance, and will support them no matter what decisions that they choose to make." To learn more about Dr. Oswald, visit her website at PacMed: http://www.pacificmedicalcenters.org/index.php/who-we-are/lisa-oswald/
Views: 1101 PacMedVideo
Minimally Invasive & Robotic Surgery at UTMB Health
 
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At the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB Health), minimally invasive procedures are performed by the most talented and experienced surgeons using the most advanced laparoscopic and robotic technologies. These internationally recognized surgeons are the very people who you want taking care of you and your family. In fact, they are the doctors who are teaching others how to do what they do.