Frankly there was a measure of ridicule actually about the idea because it was just considered too grandiose. The scanner is now completed and we recently acquired the very first human images. It was an amazing moment. We can just see far more detail in these images than we’ve ever… Continue Reading Human Images From World’s 1st Total-Body PET Scanner Unveiled

[music plays] So one thing we know about chronic pain is that positive emotions can be almost as good as medication for chronic pain. We conducted a study last year where we talked to 25 older adults with significant chronic pain, who are also pet owners. And we asked them… Continue Reading Michigan Minds: Pets and Chronic Pain

My name’s Gareth Hetherington and for the last, over six years now I’ve been, a member of the Governing Body, here at SERC and for the last twelve months I have had the privilege of being, chair. I am also the Director of the Ulster University Economic Policy Centre. The… Continue Reading Become a SERC Governing Body Member

– [Narrator] David Dow thought he was just having back problems, and that his legs were hurting as a result. But as it turns out, that pain may have saved his life. – I started working out with a personal trainer to try and work up the back issue and… Continue Reading Leg pain can mean heart danger

Complementary medicines including herbal medicines and nutritional supplements are playing an increasing role in healthcare, there is significant demand from consumers about information on their appropriate use we know that 50% of herbal medicines and complementary medicines are purchased from pharmacy. Pharmacists at the forefront of healthcare are ideally positioned… Continue Reading Graduate Certificate in Evidence-Based Complementary Medicines

>>ALL OF IT FROM MY SIDE OF THE VEHICLE BECAUSE WE WERE PULLING SECURITY. I WAS TRYING NOT TO PAY ATTENTION TO IT THOUGH BECAUSE I NEEDED TO KEEP MY EYES OUT. IT’S VERY NERVE WRECKING EVERY TIME THAT YOU GO INTO THE VIRTUAL REALITY. YOU DON’T REALLY KNOW WHAT… Continue Reading SCIENCE!: PTSD Virtual Reality Treatment

NARRATOR: The Netherlands, sometimes better known as Holland, where the Dutch live, work, and study. Holland, a country with many rivers and lakes, which obviously means a lot of water. Water for transport. Water for sailing. The Dutch are very familiar with water. Naturally, water is also needed world wide… Continue Reading Intro to the Treatment of Urban Sewage | DelftX on edX | About Video

PSA wasn’t saying that these people have HIV, we were just trying to say you don’t know who has HIV. It could be anyone. The other thing is, the point we were trying to get accross is for people out there to support the needle exchange programs because you are… Continue Reading Pharmacy PSA – Needle Exchange

So I’m excited to be here today to talk to you about the opioid epidemic the subtitle from Freud to Fentanyl. I will become clear in the course of the lecture. I have been retained as a medical expert witness in federal and state opioid litigation over my opinions are… Continue Reading The Opioid Epidemic: From Freud to Fentanyl with Anna Lembke

The brain is just so complex and we know so little about it. Up until about 20 years ago we thought that the brain was really fixed so once you’re outside of childhood what you had is what you had and it didn’t change and we now know that the… Continue Reading Re-wiring Chronic Pain