Hi my name is Ed Zaworski and I’m with the ISU plant and insect diagnostic clinic and today in this short video I’m gonna be talking to you about rhizosphaera needle cast. Rhizosphaera needle cast is caused by a fungus there are several species of this fungus like are collectively… Continue Reading Rhizosphaera Needle Cast

[ MUSIC ]>>HELLO AND WELCOME TO TALKING POINTS. I’M DAVE KELLY, DIRECTOR OF ADVANCED MEDIA PRODUCTION AT CAL STATE LONG BEACH. TODAY WE’RE GOING TO BE TALKING ABOUT UTILIZATION OF COMPLEMENTARY ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE. I HAVE TWO GUESTS JOINING US TODAY. THE FIRST GUEST IS DOCTOR MARK DE DUBOVAY. DR. DE… Continue Reading Complementary Alternative Medicine

NEWS REPORTER, SEVEN NEWS: Brisbane Researches may have found the key to stopping migraines. They have found that sufferers who increase their intake of leafy green vegetables have fewer attacks with less pain. LEXY HAMILTON-SMITH, NEWS REPORTER, SEVEN NEWS: Smoothies full of spinach and kale may not be easy to… Continue Reading QUT – Eating more folate helps reduce migraine frequency – Seven News

I’m a clinical educator and clinical researcher at the School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science. I also work as a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist dealing with complex and disabling musculoskeletal pain disorders. A good example of the impact of our work is in the area of back pain. We know that… Continue Reading Professor Peter O’Sullivan | Challenging common beliefs about pain

[ MUSIC ]>>HELLO, AND WELCOME TO TAI CHI CLASS. I’M DR. DANIEL HOOVER, AND ASSISTING ME IS VERONIKA HOOVER. IN TODAY’S CLASS, WE’LL BE FOCUSING ON BALANCE AND FLOW. REMEMBER, TAI CHI IS A HEALING MARTIAL ART. WE’LL BE FOCUSING ON THE HEALING ASPECT, AS WELL AS THE INTERNAL MARTIAL… Continue Reading Tai Chi for Beginners 02 “Balance and Flow”

Hannah Newstead: My name is Hannah Newstead and I am currently studying Adult Nursing at LSBU. The teaching and facilities here are really high tech and the lecturers really know their stuff. It’s very exciting how they are able to teach us and they are still practicing themselves; I think… Continue Reading London South Bank University Faculty of Health and Social Care

I want to thank you all for coming here today. This is a year of China event. And the year of China is a yearlong celebration in which we explore Chinese heritage, culture, and politics. And we have a number of events coming up in April. So if you’re interested,… Continue Reading The Tao of Tai Chi Chuan

[ MUSIC ]>>HELLO, AND WELCOME TO TAI CHI CLASS. I’M DR. DANIEL HOOVER AND ASSISTING ME IS VERONIKA HOOVER. WE’LL BEGIN WITH A TRADITIONAL GREETING. COMPOSITION AND WE BOW. [ MUSIC ] LET’S START WITH OUR WARM UP, HORSE STANCE. NICE AND COMFORTABLE, FEEL YOUR CONNECTION TO THE EARTH, AND… Continue Reading Tai Chi for Beginners 07 – “Deepening Your Practice”

Earned his doctoral degree in computational biology and biostatistics at Harvard University. After graduate school, he continued to research at NIH and earned an MD at the University of Michigan. He has an unusual experience as a primary care physician in San Francisco. There, the complexities of chronic pain, its… Continue Reading Ming-Chih Kao, PhD, MD on Medications & Back Pain