Sugar and Health —The Sweet, the Sour, and the Sticky!

Sugar and Health —The Sweet, the Sour, and the Sticky!

Thank you, everybody, for being here tonight. I know it’s late on a Thursday night, but I appreciate that you’re here. And I really want to say thank you to Holly for inviting me to come and talk tonight and remind you of all the wonderful things the Cancer Supportive Care Program at Stanford offers …

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The Health Benefits of Having a Pet

The Health Benefits of Having a Pet

– Nearly 85 million US families have at least one pet. Animals can provide unconditional love, but did you know they’re also good for your health? This is what one of our very own employees had to say about her furry friend. – My name is Michelle and I have an emotional support dog named …

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Depression & Low Mood (T-TiME Season 1 Episode 1)

Depression & Low Mood (T-TiME Season 1 Episode 1)

Hello, and welcome to T-TiME. I am James Mitchell and this is the first episode of a series of videos that we’re going to be making with regards to mental health so I’m going to ask stupid questions while we’re given great information by the fabulous Clare. -Hi! Give us a little intro. Who are …

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Crawling out of the deep hole of cancer depression

Crawling out of the deep hole of cancer depression

– [Narrator] For Bill Howe cancer led him down a deep hole that went far beyond the physical effects of treatment. Increasingly, healthcare providers are realizing that there are many mental health issues involved in cancer diagnosis. – There are many issues and problems that patients, and their families, face when they have a diagnosis …

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Using Data for Better Health Outcomes

Using Data for Better Health Outcomes

I’m Abel Kho. I’m the director of the Center for Health Information Partnerships. The Center for Health Information Partnerships is a center that brings data, people and communities together, and it’s been something that has allowed us to really solve compelling problems. [An example of one of these partnerships is CAPriCORN] CAPriCORN stands for the …

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Healthcare, Ethics, & Postmodernism | Philosophy Tube

Healthcare, Ethics, & Postmodernism | Philosophy Tube

Hey As you can probably tell, I’m not feeling so good, so I’m going to be doing most of today’s episode from right here. I’ve got my Lemsip, I’ve got my chimpanzee – let’s talk about healthcare. PART 1 – Personal Responsibility In the my country the UK we have free healthcare – at time …

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Psychiatric symptomics: a new perspective on mental disorders | Eiko Fried

Psychiatric symptomics: a new perspective on mental disorders | Eiko Fried

Before I start talking about why analyzing symptom data may be highly relevant for psychiatric disorders, I would like to introduce a couple of problems in the field. There’s many more problems, and I will focus on four problems today just briefly. Starting with genetics and I will try to talk about psychiatric disorders in …

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Could a drug prevent depression and PTSD? | Rebecca Brachman

Could a drug prevent depression and PTSD? | Rebecca Brachman

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Joanna Pietrulewicz This is a tuberculosis ward, and at the time this picture was taken in the late 1800s, one in seven of all people died from tuberculosis. We had no idea what was causing this disease. The hypothesis was actually it was your constitution that made you susceptible. And it …

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