Hi, I’m sue O’Dell, Madison’s mom. And I’m Madi. (Sue) From a parent perspective on what to expect when having your child come to Children’s in the eating disorder, basically how it works is we came in and had her evaluated. They determined that day whether or not they will… Continue Reading What to expect during treatment in the Eating Disorders Unit: Madi O’Dell’s story

Psoriasis is a very common inflammatory skin condition affecting about 3% of the world population. It is a CHRONIC disease that evolves in the form of RECURRENT inflammatory flare-ups followed by periods of partial or complete remission. Psoriasis can begin at any age but often develops in young adulthood. The… Continue Reading Psoriasis: Types, Symptoms, Causes, Pathology, and Treatment, Animation

Allergy refers to abnormal reactions of the immune system to otherwise harmless substances. Normally, the immune system raises immune response to protect the body from foreign invaders, such as bacteria or viruses, but does not react to non-infectious environmental antigens. In people with allergies, however, the immune system also reacts… Continue Reading Allergy – Mechanism, Symptoms, Risk factors, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention, Animation

okay well welcome to another MedCram lecture today we’re going to talk about pulmonary embolism and specifically we’re going to talk about the epidemiology and also the risk factors in the next lectures we’ll talk about other things for instance the diagnosis and treatment but let’s talk about pulmonary embolism… Continue Reading Pulmonary Embolism Explained Clearly – Risk factors, Pathophysiology, DVT, Treatment

Endometriosis feels to me like someone’s hand is literally clenched up in a fist with all the knives on all of the digits and then it goes right up inside you, just near your lungs, and then it, kind of, punches you two, three, four, hundreds of times. The pain… Continue Reading Endometriosis Feels Like Being Punched Up The Vagina With Sharp Knives | Body Language

I remember in primary school, the teacher asked us what we would all do if we won the lottery. And my peers were saying, you know, “Go on holiday, “give my mum some presents,” and all I could think about was, I’d get my ears pinned back, a nose job,… Continue Reading What Body Dysmorphic Disorder Feels Like | Body Language

– Hey everybody. Today we’re gonna talk about sleep paralysis. What is it, and how can we overcome it? But before I jump into that, are you new to my channel? Welcome. I make videos on Mondays and Thursdays, so make sure you’re subscribed and have your notifications turned on… Continue Reading What is Sleep Paralysis? | Kati Morton

Hello guys. My name is Chintan Shah and in this vid I am going to share with you all my experience of migraine and how I got relief from it. During migraine I had a throbbing pain in the right side of my head and the right eye along with… Continue Reading Migraine – Treatment & Experience | Homeopathcures.com

[MUSIC] I’ve performed over 1600 carotid and arteritic procedures at Johns Hopkins over the years, but without question the most rewarding and gratifying part of my practice in terms of carotid disease, is reassuring patients that they don’t need an operation and they’re not at high risk of stroke. Stroke,… Continue Reading Carotid Artery Disease and Stroke: Prevention and Treatment | Q&A