A Grounding Exercise To Help Control Your Anxiety

– Hi everyone. Melissa Carter here again, Associate Director of Global Spiritual Life and Head of Mindfulness Education and Programming. Are you ever walking around the city or on the subway and really feeling anxious, or stressed, or a little bothered by all the chaos and energy of New York City? Well today we’re going…

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Stretches & Exercises – Ask Doctor Jo

Hey everybody it’s Doctor Jo and Kali, and today we’re gonna show you some stretches and exercises for tarsal tunnel syndrome. So let’s get started. So the tarsal tunnel is on the inside, the medial side, of your foot, and it runs right behind and underneath that bump, which is your malleolus, and so that…

Reverse Heart Disease and Diabetes Dean Ornish – The Whole Food Plant Based diet, Exercise, stress

Dr. Delgado: I’m with Doctor Dean Ornish and when I first read the studies about reversal of coronary heart disease, it was Dean Ornish that brought it to the public view. Doctor Dean Ornish, you’re doing some great work. Can you share with our audience the key of what you’re gonna share with this medical…

7 Best Knee Pain Exercises (Moderate) – Ask Doctor Jo

oh yeah yeah I know, go Gamecocks! hey everybody it’s doctor Jo and my twin Kali. we’re sporting the Gamecocks today. today we’re gonna show you my top seven moderate knee pain exercises. so let’s get started. So these exercises are at the moderate level. they’re still not high level yet, but if you feel…

Aging is a mortal disease. Let’s treat it as such! — Yuri Deigin

A few days ago I was invited to post a video with my thoughts on why I think the Movement for Indefinite Life Extension is important, and to answer a question whether I personally would accept an indefinite lifespan, should one be available. Of course for me the answer is obvious: yes, I would accept…

Wim Hof Method on Auto-Immune Disease | Science Research Results

Our immune systems are beautifully complicated. They’ve evolved through our entire evolutionary history to be as robust as possible in the war against bacteria, viruses, and other forms of pathogens. When our immune system comes into contact with a pathogen it triggers an inflammatory response. An alarm to excite and draw in more immune cells,…

The Quints Try Yoga! | OutDaughtered

[MUSIC PLAYING] Go do family yoga for the first time. How is it that y’all go to school with ponytails, and y’all never have them when you come home? We’ve been helping Parker work through anxiety a lot more since we took her to see the occupational therapist. And the OT recommended something that could…

CDC Disease Detective: Dr. Dan Jernigan

Working on outbreaks at CDC, I think one of the things that concerns us the most early on in an investigation is the uncertainty. If you go into a setting where there have been cases of infection, maybe deaths due to infection, you don’t necessarily know where the cause is, and so there’s a lot…

Ask the Vet – EPM vs Wobblers vs Lyme disease

SARAH: “What is the difference between Wobblers, EPM, and Lyme?” Oh, boy, our shortest question! DR LYDIA GRAY: Long answer. SARAH: Might be one of our most robust. DR LYDIA GRAY: No, because– I understand where she’s coming from. Unfortunately, she’s probably got a horse with some sort of gait asymmetry, or– SARAH: Neurologic symptom.…