The Derma Roller. My thoughts, questions and a reach out to the community. Coming up next! What’s up, guys! I’m Paul D’Onofrio back with you from GroomReviews, where we’re getting you Comfortable, Confident and Clean in grooming. On this channel, we’re bringing you everyday grooming product reviews. So, if you’re… Continue Reading Derma Roller – Patchy Beard Growth Solution?

Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation has thousands of years of history, and it’s based on Chinese medical theory, involved using hair-thin needles, to insert into ear, feet, face, and it’s a whole body treatment. It’s not only make your face look younger, but also because it strengthen the digestive system, and it… Continue Reading Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation : Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation History

Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo. Today I’m gonna show you some stretches and exercises for a frozen shoulder. Let’s get started. So a frozen shoulder, or technically it’s called adhesive capsulitis, is when you can’t really move your shoulder because there’s so many adhesions in there. And usually it’s underneath… Continue Reading Frozen Shoulder Stretches & Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

FEMA this is Eric Strong from Stanford University and today are we talking about vasculitits. After watching this video you should be able to define vasculitis. Describe typical features suggesting vasculitis describe the modern classification system of vasculitis and most importantly identify a probable vasculitis. in a patient with atypical… Continue Reading Vasculitis – An Overview

One patient takes Ginseng and it works for them, gives them lots of energy, makes them feel great. Another person takes Ginseng and they feel awful, they get aggravated, they get palpitations in their heart, just doesn’t work right. So what gives? What’s the difference between Eastern herbs and Western… Continue Reading Acupuncture : Traditional Chinese Medicine: Eastern Herbs vs. Western Herbs

How I reach the diagnosis before we started choosing different points to treat the patient. First, we ask the medical history, the symptoms. Then, we combine other diagnostic method. For instance, we look at the patient’s tongue and see what’s the color of the tongue, if there’s a purple spot… Continue Reading Acupuncture Health Tips : Acupuncture Diagnosis Tips

59 year old Robert Bursey has had psoriasis for over 30 years. I’ve had a very dramatic case with it, as far as up to 75 percent of my body was covered with psoriasis. Psoriasis is one of the most common skin conditions, affecting at least one million Canadians. It… Continue Reading Psoriasis: treatment options + related issues

Why do we kiss? Well, easy, because it feels good. But why? [Music] Kissing is weird. We love doing it, but let’s face it, it’s weird. You’re rubbing your open mouth on another human being’s open mouth. So there must be a good reason that we do it. According to… Continue Reading The Science of Kissing

I think it’s very important to have international researchers come together and inform clinicians people who are practicing what’s going on what’s the latest evidence what’s the latest thinking and hopefully to inspire some of them to also become involved in research when I first lectured for the AMA be… Continue Reading Stephen Birch PhD, LAc

ALL: Oh, AHHH! NED/KEITH: Oh my god! ZACH: I love you guys! EUGENE: This is the worst. Why is it so- oh my god. This feels crazy! Why are we this way? ZACH: Oh my god! ALL: Oh no, oh no! Oh my god! Oh no! *collective screaming* *upbeat intro… Continue Reading The Try Guys Crash Test A New Roller Coaster