(audience clapping) – It’s said that a little caffeine may help ease a headache, but Drew, I’m sad. (Drew laughs) Dr. Nita, I’m sad. – Why? – Because did you know your coffee intake may actually increase your risk of migraines? (audience gasps) (fake crying) (audience laughing) – You do… Continue Reading Migraines Caused by Too Much Coffee?

MedlinePlus presents Antibiotics versus Bacteria: Fighting the Resistance What if we couldn’t fight back? Tuberculosis. Gonorrhea. MRSA. These bad bugs are considered by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, or NIAID, to be some of the most threatening organisms on the planet today. They have all joined the… Continue Reading Antibiotics vs. Bacteria: Fighting the Resistance

Researchers at MIT, Harvard Medical School, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital have recently invented a technology to wirelessly power up tiny devices like this one, deep inside the human body. These devices have no batteries, yet the new technology can wirelessly power them up and communicate with them from a… Continue Reading Wireless System can Power and Communicate with Tiny Devices inside the Body (Short Video)

[♪] – The very essence of what it means to be a physician is to relieve pain and regional anesthesia fits well into that philosophy because it is a way that relieves pain, at the same, it minimizes the impact of treatment of that pain. – Regional anesthesiology is the… Continue Reading Regional Anesthesia for Surgical Pain Management

Using antibiotics when they’re not needed is not only unhelpful, but it can be harmful. One in five medication-related ER visits are due to antibiotic side effects. Common side effects include rash, dizziness, nausea, yeast infections and diarrhea. Antibiotics kill off all kinds of bacteria, even the good, healthy kind… Continue Reading Antibiotic Awareness | McFarland Clinic

We’re going to talk about how to give an intramuscular injection of ACTH in an infant ACTH is a steroid hormone therapy that is given as a first-line drug of choice in Infantile spasms and other types of seizures. We’re gonna go over some of the things that we’re gonna… Continue Reading How to give an ACTH injection in an Infant | ACTHAR | Specially Haniya

Hi this is Dr. Andrea Furlan here and today we’re going to talk about myofascial pain. Well myofascial pain is very very common what happens is: Is muscle pain. And muscles we have everywhere in the body. We have morel muscles than we have bones. And normal muscle doesn’t hurt.… Continue Reading Myofascial Pain Syndrome by Dr. Andrea Furlan MD PhD

– [Travis] I am incredibly troubled by this story, mainly because I am not a big believer in at-home, it’s like you’re in the lab mixing and matching and adding water. – [Andrew] No and you could- to your insulin and that to me is where the school has an… Continue Reading School Won’t Let Diabetic Child Inject Insulin?

Hello my name is Freddy and this is Billy. We are both herbalists based in China Town, New York. The Clinic is called Sanh Hoa Long we are at 217 Center Street and today we are going to talk about Chinese herbs specifically Gin Sing which is very common, popular… Continue Reading All About Chinese Herbal Medicine : Ginseng & Chinese Herbal Medicine

Dr. Axe: Hey, guys. Dr. Josh Axe and Jordan Rubin here, so pumped to bring you today’s episode on the 10 ways to start destroying candida in your body. I know that candida is something that there are a lot of people struggling with today. Jordan: Absolutely. Years ago, probably… Continue Reading 10 Keys to Conquer Candida