Health Reform Explained Video: “Health Reform Hits Main Street”

Health Reform Explained Video: “Health Reform Hits Main Street”

[music] Let’s face it folks, the new health care reform law is com-plex. It runs about a 1,000 pages even in tiny print. So it’s no surprise that very few Americans have actually read it. But it’s about to affect all of us, and many have been wondering what it will mean for our health, …

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Mental Health Q&A – Episode 2 – Why did you choose this field?

Mental Health Q&A – Episode 2 – Why did you choose this field?

I’ve always like to talk to people, I’ve always been curious about people and their lives and I think a lot of nurses would say, particularly Mental Health Nurses, that what initially sparks their interest in Mental Health Nursing is an interest in people. I chose Mental Health Nursing because it was the branch that …

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Mental Health Q&A – Episode 2 – Why did you choose this field?

I’ve always like to talk to people, I’ve always been curious about people and their lives and I think a lot of nurses would say, particularly Mental Health Nurses, that what initially sparks their interest in Mental Health Nursing is an interest in people. I chose Mental Health Nursing because it was the branch that …

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Mental Health Q&A – Episode 2 – Why did you choose this field?

I’ve always like to talk to people, I’ve always been curious about people and their lives and I think a lot of nurses would say, particularly Mental Health Nurses, that what initially sparks their interest in Mental Health Nursing is an interest in people. I chose Mental Health Nursing because it was the branch that …

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Dr.  Joe Elser Talks About Precautions for Avoiding the Flu

Dr. Joe Elser Talks About Precautions for Avoiding the Flu

Wear the Gown is sponsored by CHI St. Vincent. As we continue to report on the coronavirus, it’s easy to lose sight of the health risks that’s right in front of us. We’re talking about the flu. That’s why our gown talk this morning focuses on the most vulnerable among us. We’re talking about our …

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ASU Community Health Degree, Hear from Amber

♪ mellow piano underscore. (Sounds of Traffic) ♪ mellow piano underscore. (Sounds of Traffic) ♪ Just piano no natural sound. ♪ piano cont. female voice: We think so much of health as being. . . an individual’s responsibility when really it involves so many factors and coming to ASU I think that definitely widened my …

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Chrissy & Ashleigh: A Postpartum Depression Story, Daily Challenges

Chrissy & Ashleigh: A Postpartum Depression Story, Daily Challenges

Chrissy: I knew things were really bad when I started keeping clothes in the pantry. The mere thought of going up, changing for bed, and then getting dressed again, and coming downstairs the next day was just painful to me. So I just started sleeping on the couch for a couple months.

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We Are UCLA Health

– At UCLA Health it begins with U. From personalized compassionate care at our 170 plus clinics throughout Southern California to our four state of the art hospitals, the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, the UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital, the Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA, and the UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica. Everything we do …

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