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Low dose naltrexone (LDN) Journal – repost; 07/15/2015 YDCtv

Low dose naltrexone (LDN) Journal – repost; 07/15/2015 YDCtv

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments October 12, 2019

Yvonne Decelis here once again I just wanted to do a quick video about what low dose naltrexone is since I promised I was going to talk about that in my last video of my video introduction for my daily / weekly journal I just wanted to read a brief description or brief definition what […]

John Frino, MD – Pediatric Orthopaedics – Wake Forest Baptist Health

John Frino, MD – Pediatric Orthopaedics – Wake Forest Baptist Health

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment October 11, 2019

My name is John Frino – I am an assistant professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Wake Forest Baptist Health and my specialty is Pediatric Orthopedics. My clinical expertise is in children’s orthopedic surgery. The nice part about being a children’s orthopedist is I’m really a generalist – so I get to treat children comprehensively including […]

PCORnet ADAPTABLE Aspirin Dosage Study

PCORnet ADAPTABLE Aspirin Dosage Study

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 3, 2019

If you think about it, someone like me who takes care of a lot of patients with coronary artery disease or blockages in the coronaries. People who have had heart attacks, unstable angina, things like that, Aspirin has really become foundational therapy, and yet when you look at all the literature as to what dose […]

Top 10 Health Parameters You Can Measure At Home! – The Medical Futurist

Top 10 Health Parameters You Can Measure At Home! – The Medical Futurist

By Bryan Wright 4 Comments October 3, 2019

Let’s see the top 10 vital signs and health parameters you can measure at home. This is Bertalan Mesko and you are watching the channel of The Medical Futurist. A technological revolution has been going on for years. It means that now we can bring devices and gadgets to our homes to measure almost any […]

Cerebral palsy (CP) – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment & pathology

Cerebral palsy (CP) – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment & pathology

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments October 3, 2019

It’s pretty well-established that your brain’s really important. It’s like, if your body was a computer, your brain’s the mainframe. It controls everything, whether you’re aware of it or not. Cerebral palsy means “brain disease causing paralysis”; so essentially, cerebral palsy refers to damage to the brain that causes loss of muscle control, like for […]

Top lung health tips | Living Healthy Chicago

Top lung health tips | Living Healthy Chicago

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 2, 2019

Do you ever stop and appreciate how good a deep breath really feels? (inhales deeply) That’s all thanks to good lung health. So here’s three things we should all be doing to help our lungs. First, get some movement in your life. – Number one, exercise is really important for lung health. It helps your […]

Down syndrome (trisomy 21) – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, & pathology

Down syndrome (trisomy 21) – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, & pathology

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments October 2, 2019

As you’re probably well-aware, our DNA is like this humongous blueprint of information on how to make a human. Usually this massive document is packaged up nicely into a storage bin called a chromosome. Actually, usually we have 46 chromosomes that we use to neatly organize all our information, depending on how you define organize. […]

Hemophilia – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Hemophilia – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments October 1, 2019

The word “hemophilia” is a combination of the Greek words for “blood” and “love”, a way of saying that people with hemophilia “love to bleed”, or rather that it’s hard to stop bleeding. This is because the process called hemostasis, literally meaning to stop the flow of blood, is impaired. Normally, after a cut and […]

Lung Cancer Screening – Low Dose CT at Wake Forest Baptist Health

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 1, 2019

BOBBIE MACDONALD/SCREENING PARTICIPANT: I’m an ex-smoker, I quit smoking ten years ago. RANDY MACDONALD/SCREENING PARTICIPANT: I’ve been smoking since I was 12. I’ve been smoking for 59 years and so I figured I should have things checked. BOBBIE: It’s a well-known fact in medicine now that early detection and preventative care is the best route […]