How to Treat Shock – First Aid Training – St John Ambulance

How to Treat Shock – First Aid Training – St John Ambulance

Shock is a serious life-threatening condition that happens when vital organs in the body are not getting enough blood flow and this can lead to failure of these organs and the heart. Shock can be caused by anything that reduces the circulation of blood flow such as, severe bleeding which you may be able to …

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Hemorrhagic Stroke (Brain Hemorrhage)

Hemorrhagic Stroke (Brain Hemorrhage)

made by ph/ Rayan Mahmoud faculty of pharmacy , alexandria university a stroke occurs when the blood flow in part of your brain is blocked after just few minutes the starved brain cells begin to die normally the brain recieves blood via two major pairs of arteries which branch through out brain tissue and supply …

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The cultural taboos of suicide and mental illness | John Nieuwenburg | TEDxStanleyPark

The cultural taboos of suicide and mental illness | John Nieuwenburg | TEDxStanleyPark

Reviewer: Leonardo Silva On the morning of May 25, 2011, I attempted suicide by tying a rope into a hangman’s noose, putting it around my neck, and then jumping from a log much like the one you see in this photo. Obviously, something went wrong, and I survived. Later someone told me I was lucky, …

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How Much Heat Can Your Body Take Before Killing You?

How Much Heat Can Your Body Take Before Killing You?

It may be hot in the summer where you live, but here’s a question: how hot is too hot? Like, at what temperature does your body ACTUALLY start to break down? That escalated quickly. Well, so have the world’s seasonal temperatures. In Death Valley, one of the hottest places on earth, the average temperature for …

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Breakdowns On Campus: Students On The Edge

Breakdowns On Campus: Students On The Edge

Today’s Friday.I look like shit, I feel like shit, I’ve had a shit week.This module is set out so bloody stupid!Say hello.So we’re just chilling in the rain.CAT MEOWSI know. Are you stressed as well?I feel like I’m in, like, uncharted territory at the moment.You know, I’ve never had to deal with self harm before.I’ve …

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Suicide is a Choice.   psychology, recovery and mental health help with therapist Kati Morton

Suicide is a Choice. psychology, recovery and mental health help with therapist Kati Morton

Hey everybody, happy Thursday Now today’s question actually comes from YouNow. Have you been on YouNow? Have you watched me live? You should come hang out. It’s super fun and I try to do at least one to two a week. To hang out with my wonderful Kinions, and answer as many questions of yours …

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When Will The Try Guys Die?

When Will The Try Guys Die?

– Is this whole book me? (dramatic drumming) This video is the real one, it’s Fox in the early 2000s, who’s gonna die! We’re gonna spit in a tube, we’re sending to scientist, they’re sending it back, and they’re telling us how we’re gonna get sick. – So, one of you did actually test positive …

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I Jumped Off The Golden Gate Bridge

I Jumped Off The Golden Gate Bridge

– [Voiceover] We have lost far too many lives traveling the path to this day. – Since 1937, over 2,000 people have died at the Golden Gate Bridge. I feel lucky to be alive every single day. (ambient orchestral music) Of the thousands that have died off the Golden Gate Bridge, I am of the …

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My father, mental illness and the death penalty | Clive Stafford Smith | TEDxExeter

My father, mental illness and the death penalty | Clive Stafford Smith | TEDxExeter

Translator: Ellen Maloney Reviewer: Denise RQ Well, hello. I feel really at home here, you know, because I’ve been to Guantanamo many times, 34 times. So being in a very small enclosed area, and the bright interrogation lights, not allowed food or water, I mean, it’s just like home to me. (Laughter) I wanted to …

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