Sarah Says: The signs of Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease

hand foot and mouth disease is a virus infection it’s usually caused by kids but their parents can catch if they didn’t have it themselves when they were younger. The bad news for the children is that with a lot of conditions like glandular fever if you get it when you’re young, you get it…

It Took 19 Years To Learn I Have Lyme Disease

– I’m Katie and it took me 19 years to figure out that I had Lyme disease. (slow music) I’d always had health issues my whole life from when I was young. Sinus problems, poor immune system. It was my freshman year of college. I kept getting pneumonia every week or two and then all…

Carotid Artery Disease and Stroke: Prevention and Treatment | Q&A

[MUSIC] I’ve performed over 1600 carotid and arteritic procedures at Johns Hopkins over the years, but without question the most rewarding and gratifying part of my practice in terms of carotid disease, is reassuring patients that they don’t need an operation and they’re not at high risk of stroke. Stroke, in my opinion, is the…

“Words” | OSF HealthCare

What is life without sharing? What if we couldn’t share our dreams or our fears? What if we didn’t pass on what we learned from this life? What if our talents didn’t benefit others? Who would we be without sharing? At OSF HealthCare, sharing is more than a word to us. It’s our calling. OSF…

Takayasu arteritis | Circulatory System and Disease | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

– [Voiceover] Take a look at this heart I’ve drawn here. The heart has this main blood vessel coming off right here, the aorta. Off of the aorta branches three huge main vessels. First, you’ve got your brachiocephalic, which actually branches a little further down to become the right common carotid and the right subclavian.…

“Choose” | OSF HealthCare

Which is more extraordinary, innovation or the hope that it brings? Expertise, or the confidence it inspires? Communication, or the trust that it builds? Faith, or the strength it forges within us? We believe you don’t have to choose because when you share your life’s mission, everything feels more extraordinary. OSF HealthCare – sharing with…

Governor Ed Rendell: Living With Parkinson’s Disease

– [Narrator] His experience and ideas can save the city millions of dollars, avoid bankruptcy and do it without raising taxes. He wants a new city council. He wants tough new judges. He’s the one candidate who has always made the right decisions. Ed Rendell, the right direction for Philadelphia. (hopeful music) – [Dr. Stern]…

Three Creative Ways to Eradicate Diseases

♪ Smallpox was a terrible disease. It was often fatal, and even if you survived, you were left with scars where the painful blisters used to be. But thanks to an aggressive eradication campaign, it became the first human disease we totally wiped out, save a few deadly samples kept in labs around the world.…

Multilevel Interventions in Health Care Conference: Presentation by Paul Cleary, PhD

>>>DR. STEVE CLAUSER: Paul is the Anna Lauder Professor of Public Health and Dean of the Yale School of Public Health and his recent research includes a statewide initiative to improve cancer care in Massachusetts, which I assumed involved many levels of effects. And a study of also how organizational characteristics affect the cost and…

Multilevel Interventions in Health Care Conference: Q&A session moderated by Rena Pasick, DrPH

>>>DR. RENA PASICK: I would like to introduce myself, I am Rena Pasick from the University of California San Francisco where I do disparities research and community outreach. I am standing in for Karen Emmons who was to moderate this session, but was unable to make the trip. So I hope you will help me…