A new class of drug that could prevent depression and PTSD | Rebecca Brachman

A new class of drug that could prevent depression and PTSD | Rebecca Brachman

So the first antidepressants were made from, of all things, rocket fuel, left over after World War II. Which is fitting, seeing as today, one in five soldiers develop depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder or both. But it’s not just soldiers that are at high risk for these diseases. It’s firefighters, ER doctors, cancer patients, …

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Health & Medicine: Crash Course Sociology #42

Health & Medicine: Crash Course Sociology #42

As we launch into our final segment of Crash Course Sociology, I’m sure one of the things that you’ve learned by now is that sociology touches on everything. It helps us understand every aspect of society – even those that we think are strictly personal, like religion, sex, and gender. And the same is true …

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59 My Depression is Gone — Faster EFT Testimonial

59 My Depression is Gone — Faster EFT Testimonial

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Healthy Digestion – Not What, But How? | Courtney Jackson | TEDxMontrealWomen

Healthy Digestion – Not What, But How? | Courtney Jackson | TEDxMontrealWomen

Translator: Zsófia Herczeg Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs Raise your hand if you’ve ever eaten while driving your car. (Laughter) How about while binge-watching your favorite TV show? (Laughter) Or while working at your desk? (Laughter) Mm-hmm. So I’ve done all of this in just the past few days, and from a show of hands, it looks …

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What is Alzheimer’s Disease? An Introduction

What is Alzheimer’s Disease? An Introduction

Hi and welcome to another video of Psychology To Go. In this video, we will take a look at Alzheimer’s Disease. Let’s discover what it is, who is at risk and how the symptoms and current treatments look like. We all have heard about We all have heard about Alzheimer’s disease and it is most …

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The Health Benefits of … Cannibalism

This episode of SciShow is supported by Skillshare an online learning community with more than 17,000 classes in design, photo, and more. [♪♩INTRO] You’d think eating your own kind would be a bad idea. I mean, it can be hard enough to survive and reproduce without having to worry about members of your own species …

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Type 1 Diabetes | Nucleus Health

Type 1 Diabetes | Nucleus Health

Type 1 diabetes is a condition in which your pancreas does not produce insulin, a hormone your body needs to maintain proper blood sugar levels. After you eat foods that contain carbohydrates, chemicals in your small intestine break them down into single sugar molecules called glucose. Next, the cells lining your small intestine absorb the …

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Digital Health is a Cultural Transformation – The Medical Futurist

Digital Health is a Cultural Transformation – The Medical Futurist

There is a cultural but not a technological transformation in healthcare. This is Bertalan Meskó, and you’re watching the channel of The Medical Futurist. For a long time only medical professionals had access to information and technologies. Healthcare worked in its own ivory tower but disruptive technology Such as Big Data, Social Media, Robotics and …

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China confirms two cases of pneumonic plague; spread to S. Korea unlikely

China confirms two cases of pneumonic plague; spread to S. Korea unlikely

two cases of the fatal nimona plague have been confirmed in China raising concerns over the possible spread of the illness to South Korea but health officials in South Korea say the risk of the highly contagious disease spreading here is quite low adding they have enough vaccines in stock even if an outbreak were …

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Know your Risk and Prevent Heart Disease

Know your Risk and Prevent Heart Disease

– They were saying, “Say good-bye.” In one moment, I felt like my life was gone. – All I could think was, “I don’t want to die.” – I wasn’t ready for this to be the end of my life. – [crying] I was so afraid. – We cannot just let fear invade our lives …

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