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MEAL PREP for SPRING 🥗  healthy recipes👨‍🍳👍

MEAL PREP for SPRING 🥗 healthy recipes👨‍🍳👍

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 13, 2019

Radish appears earlier than all other root crops, marks the arrival of spring in our culinary menu and quickly leaves, giving way to young cabbage and the first ground cucumbers. This is probably why salads with radishes are really the spring ones. So, while the season is in full swing, I propose to cook a […]

Longevity & Why I now eat One Meal a Day

Longevity & Why I now eat One Meal a Day

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments October 13, 2019

Longevity & Why I Eat Once a Day Nutrition & Our Hybrid Body In the 1950’s, my friend Bill was a very gifted Engineer who made an extraordinary car. The car’s main fuel source was electricity, and gasoline was to be put in whenever available. It was fine for the car to use gasoline every […]

AHA Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED online course video and demo

AHA Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED online course video and demo

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 13, 2019

(heart beating) – [Voiceover] Are you a daycare worker, a parent, a teacher, or one of the many other adults who cares for children? Are you prepared to help a child in an emergency? The American Heart Association HeartSaver Pediatric First Aid course offers the training you need. The course will prepare you to provide […]

Pediatric Kidney Transplant: Jacob’s Story

Pediatric Kidney Transplant: Jacob’s Story

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment October 13, 2019

when I was 18 weeks pregnant they sent me to a fetal maternal doctor to do a level 2 ultrasound and during that ultrasound it’s when they saw that one of Jacob’s kidneys was blocked then they scheduled another ultrasound for 3 weeks later and during that ultrasound is when they noticed that he had […]

Governor Peter Shumlin: The health care providers’ current reimbursement system needs to be fixed.

Governor Peter Shumlin: The health care providers’ current reimbursement system needs to be fixed.

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 13, 2019

PETER SCHUMLIN: Because if you’re a provider in Vermont, particularly a primary care provider, a nurse, a chiropractor, or whatever, good luck surviving on the current reimbursement system. You can’t. You can’t. We have primary care docs who are making less money than when they graduated from medical school 30 years ago. What did they […]

What’s In Your Fridge? | Kitchens with Grow Fit | Healthy Food Habits

What’s In Your Fridge? | Kitchens with Grow Fit | Healthy Food Habits

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 13, 2019

Hi, this is Mariam Begg, and I’m a health coach I’m here to present another episode of our show, Kitchens with Grow Fit, where we go into people’s houses, sneak into their kitchens, see what’s happening there, what’s the food like? Whether it’s good? Bad? What we can do to make it more nutritious? And […]

Ashwagandha: The Complete Herbal Guide

Ashwagandha: The Complete Herbal Guide

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments October 13, 2019

Hey, guys, Dr. Axe here, doctor of natural medicine and founder of draxe.com. In this video, I’m going to be training you on the many benefits of ashwagandha and how you can use it to improve your adrenal health, thyroid health, brain health, and a whole lot more. And I’ll tell you what, ashwagandha from […]

Married To Medicine Recap/Review S6 Ep7 | Pajama Drama | Eating Brownies From Trader Joe’s

Married To Medicine Recap/Review S6 Ep7 | Pajama Drama | Eating Brownies From Trader Joe’s

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments October 13, 2019

hi everybody hi everybody hi everybody y’all doing today hi everybody i am vanessa with my life my journey i am here today with some brownies i’m here today with some brownies from Trader Joe’s and I got some apple juice yeah I just got to watch a mirror to medicine I don’t have what […]

Nurse and ASU graduate student taps university resources to launch health care idea

Nurse and ASU graduate student taps university resources to launch health care idea

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 13, 2019

I’m Ramona Ramadas, and I’m in the Masters of Healthcare Innovation program My background was in nursing and software development and so I felt that those experiences in community health and working in software gave me a lot of incredible ideas but I didn’t really have a great framework for bringing them to life. So […]

Pellagra – A Medical Mystery – Extra History

Pellagra – A Medical Mystery – Extra History

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments October 13, 2019

In 1902, a new disease appeared in the American South. Each spring red scabby rashes would flare up among victims’ faces, arms and legs. They’d become depressed and lose weight, suffering terrible diarrhea. The worst cases went mad, speaking to the dead or snatching up kitchen knives to hunt invisible intruders. When the weather cooled, […]