San Diego Health: Healthy Meals for Kids

– Hi, I’m Susan Taylor with Scripps Health in San Diego, California. Please subscribe to our Scripps Health YouTube channel. We’ve got great videos featuring the very latest technology, our stellar doctors, and inspiring patient stories. Okay, do you have an ongoing battle with your kids over what to eat? Eat your fruits and vegetables.…

Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

the brain is composed of billions of cells called neurons they release electrical impulses these impulses send messages that tell different parts of the body what to do if a person has epilepsy some neurons may fire too rapidly and randomly send many messages at the same time this overwhelms the brain and causes seizures…

Health & Wellness News: Reading to Kids

– Every year, the studies show that reading to kids is the way to go. (shushing) Start when they’re young. Don’t get left behind. Open a book and you’ll open their mind. The sounds of words and all their meanings are the building blocks of happy readings. A book can help you concentrate, listen and…

A Day in the Life: University of Queensland Medical Student

(electronic hip hop music) – Hi, my name’s Tom, and I’m a fourth year medical student at the University of Queensland. And welcome to the Great Court. The Great Court is the spiritual and traditional heart of the University of Queensland, and as you can see, it is a really great place to be. Surrounded…

Treatment for Postinfectious Hydrocephalus in Infants

Post-infectious hydrocephalus is a significant problem in infants in sub-Saharan Africa. Ventriculoperitoneal shunts (or VPS) are the standard treatment of post-infectious hydrocephalus, but endoscopic third ventriculostomy combined with choroid plexus cauterization (or ETV/CPC) has been introduced as an alternative. ETV is accomplished by passing an endoscope through the anterior fontanelle and puncturing the floor of…

Postgraduate programmes for healthcare careers – Medicine at Imperial College London

My ambition to become a paediatrician started from a very early age; my mother is also a paediatrician and so it was something that I’ve always wanted to do. It’s become something that’s very personal to me: I myself had cancer when I was in medical school and that inspired me to want to pursue…

Dr. Jeff Goza, pediatrician

Hi, I’m Jeff Goza, I’m a board-certified pediatrician and I’ve been practicing since 2006 I did my medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin graduated 2003 and then the residency at Royal Oak Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak Michigan I take care variety of patients from birth through adolescence I’m particularly fond of sports…

Match Day 2016 – Penn State College of Medicine

here you are almost exactly three years from the time we met moments from finding out the next place you will go I am excited for every one of you an enormously proud of the physicians who are becoming I’m sure you’re sitting on pins and needles says you anxiously await to see where your…

Pediatric Residency – Sidney Kimmel Medical College at TJU/Nemours duPont Hospital for Children

Good job. And what was that? What was that? Yes. I decided to come to Nemours for residency because I first started as a medical student, and when I came, I just completely fell in love with everything about Nemours. Initially, when I was thinking about doing pediatrics, the first thing I wanted to do…

Children’s Hospital University of Illinois

[Music] NARRATOR: The new Children’s Hospital University of Illinois brings comprehensive, compassionate care to sick children throughout the state. The Children’s Hospital is located inside the University of Illinois Hospital, on the UIC campus just west of downtown Chicago. SKIP GARCIA: Our academic medical center is highly focused in combining academic intensity, which we do…