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Would Free Healthcare & College Destroy the Military?

Would Free Healthcare & College Destroy the Military?

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments December 9, 2019

Second question today, Hey David, wouldn’t free college and healthcare drastically, kneecap military enlistment since lots of people join the military to get those things. So there’s two parts here. Question one is whether that would happen. Question two is whether it’s a bad thing. It is true. There are lots of people who go […]

[CC/FULL] The Gang Doctor(Yong-pal) EP02 | 용팔이

[CC/FULL] The Gang Doctor(Yong-pal) EP02 | 용팔이

By Bryan Wright 50 Comments December 9, 2019

Yong-pal. I think we’re out of luck. Let’s stop. What should we do about them? We’re not in a hurry. Those bastards wouldn’t dare to… Don’t come any closer. I said don’t come any closer. Yong-pal. Let’s stop. I’m tired. If you jump off from there, you’ll die. What’s that? What’s in the syringe? Epinephrine… […]

[CC/FULL] The Gang Doctor(Yong-pal) EP03 | 용팔이

[CC/FULL] The Gang Doctor(Yong-pal) EP03 | 용팔이

By Bryan Wright 33 Comments December 8, 2019

Miss Han! Miss Han! Can you hear me? Hurry up! Suture. This is unbelievable! I’ve never seen skills like this. Be quiet! Turn off the lights. Wait a minute. Yes. We’re ready. Move her now! Hurry up! Please… What? What are you talking about? Tae-hyun was transferred to other parts of the hospital? I’ve only […]

Physician Assistant Studies Program: Team Based Learning

Physician Assistant Studies Program: Team Based Learning

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 8, 2019

team-based learning is a flipped classroom approach where the content that is typically delivered in lecture is acquired by the student outside of class and the homework or the application of that content to scenarios and critical thinking and problem solving is actually done in the classroom. it’s a pretty simple concept that goes back […]

Medical Cannabis & its Impact on Human Health – Documentary – Marijuana as Medicine

Medical Cannabis & its Impact on Human Health – Documentary – Marijuana as Medicine

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments December 8, 2019

Medical cannabis and its impact on human health it’s truly amazing the number of conditions that respond favorably to cannabis we’re looking at an unacceptable medicine that has no comparison it would appear that cannabis and hemp are one of the first plants that have been grown in agriculture we came out of being hunters […]

This Ancient Mammal’s Ears Were Built for Chewing

This Ancient Mammal’s Ears Were Built for Chewing

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments December 8, 2019

[♪ INTRO] Last week in the journal Nature, researchers announced that they’ve found a new fossil that might help us understand one of the most unique features of mammals: our ears. Also, the little guy is, like, really cute… so there’ that. Called Jeholbaatar kielanae, this animal was found by paleontologists in Northeast China. It […]

Ecuador Medicine Journey Video 5-San Pedro, Sexual Expression and Energy.

Ecuador Medicine Journey Video 5-San Pedro, Sexual Expression and Energy.

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment December 8, 2019

Maurice so last night was closing ayahuasca and the night before that or day before that I guess my sanding Ella taxes I’m really exhausted be like maybe three hours every night been going on for 2 weaks now so im just utterly exhausted hungry and worn out despite all that I feel amazing so […]

Scripps Physician Specializes in Cardiology and Integrative Medicine

Scripps Physician Specializes in Cardiology and Integrative Medicine

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 8, 2019

[start music]>>Poulina Uddin: My name is Poulina Uddin, I’m a general and invasive cardiologist. I see patients both at Scripps Mercy Hospital as well as Prebys Cardiovascular Institute in La Jolla. I became a cardiologist for a number of reasons but ultimately it was because it was the field where I felt that I could […]

Does pharmaceutical R&D investment correlate with new medicines?

Does pharmaceutical R&D investment correlate with new medicines?

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 8, 2019

Over the last 20 years from 1995 to 2015, R&D spending by pharmaceutical companies has averaged about sixty billion dollars a year and has increased about three hundred percent over that time. In spite of that unfortunately the number of new drugs that have been put onto the market every year has not changed very […]

Gregory Ehle, PA, Cardiology Physician Assistant – Burlington, VT, The UVM Medical Center

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 8, 2019

– Hello, my name is Greg Ehle, and I’m a Physician Assistant in Cardiology. My philosophy of care is that every patient’s different and that everybody needs something a little different. While the patient may look the same as another patient on paper as far as vital signs or heart rate goes, how they respond […]