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Diagnosing Diseases with Origami Microscopes | Engineering Is

Diagnosing Diseases with Origami Microscopes | Engineering Is

By Bryan Wright 3 Comments August 18, 2019

The world is a very big place. There are remote places around the world. There are places that are not remote but are fractured primarily because of socio-economic reasons. You can have a city with millions of people and right on the edge of that city you have something that has absolutely no healthcare. There […]

5 Bodybuilding Supplement Scams & Myths To Avoid

5 Bodybuilding Supplement Scams & Myths To Avoid

By Bryan Wright 61 Comments August 18, 2019

Hey what’s up guys, Sean Nalewanyj here of SeanNal.com and BodyTransformationTruth.com and in today’s video lesson I just want to go over 5 popular bodybuilding supplements that I would suggest you steer clear of. You work hard for your money and you should spend that money on things in your muscle building or fat loss […]

Dean Ornish: “Transforming Lives and Healthcare” | Talks at Google

Dean Ornish: “Transforming Lives and Healthcare” | Talks at Google

By Bryan Wright 20 Comments August 18, 2019

[MUSIC PLAYING] JACK: Very, very special guest today with us here on Main Campus in building 43 at Google. This individual who’s going to speak with us today is somebody who has revolutionized medicine and health care, both here in the US and abroad, with a 35-year career. And we’ll hear very soon about the […]

What is Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)? – Mental Health with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

What is Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)? – Mental Health with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments August 18, 2019

– Hey everybody. Today I’m gonna talk about Reactive Attachment Disorder. What is it, and what are our treatment options? (light, happy music) Now Reactive Attachment Disorder falls under trauma and stressor-related disorders. And I’m looking down because I got my handy, dandy DSM. And as you know, as I always say, it’s not the […]

A message from Rita Shane, Pharm.D., FASHP, FCSHP Chief Pharmacy Officer

A message from Rita Shane, Pharm.D., FASHP, FCSHP Chief Pharmacy Officer

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment August 18, 2019

When when we look at the transformation of healthcare in the U.S. today the opportunities that are available for pharmacists are really remarkable. You know given the number of patients with chronic diseases, the complexity of medications that are being released, years ago traditionally patients were treated with with with oral pills and yet today […]

Why Public Health? Carolyn Brooks

Why Public Health? Carolyn Brooks

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment August 18, 2019

My name is Carolyn Brooks and I’m a dual degree student at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health, pursuing a doctorate of science in the departments of Social and Behavioral Science and Nutrition. My interest in public health stems from my experience growing up in a low income, African-American community in Jackson, Mississippi, but […]

Meet Our Members – National Academy of Medicine

Meet Our Members – National Academy of Medicine

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment August 18, 2019

Over the last decade plus, I’ve been working to develop vaccines and medicines to impact some of the biggest public health challenges around the world. My work has really focused on developing new technologies and devices to deliver medicine to the body. A few years ago, a colleague and I completed a multicenter randomized controlled […]

Red blood cells | Human anatomy and physiology | Health & Medicine | Khan Academy

Red blood cells | Human anatomy and physiology | Health & Medicine | Khan Academy

By Bryan Wright 72 Comments August 18, 2019

In the last video on the lungs or the gas exchange in our bodies or on the pulmonary system, we left off with the alveolar sacs. Let me draw one right here. So we have these alveolar sacs that I talked about and they’re in these little clumps like this. Let me draw a couple […]

Raimond Winslow – Pioneering Computational Medicine

Raimond Winslow – Pioneering Computational Medicine

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment August 18, 2019

The Institute for Computational Medicine was founded in 2005 and we coined the phrase computational medicine at the founding of the institute. The phrase didn’t even exist when I arrived here. I’ve been very much involved in trying to understand heart disease from the point of view of quantitative models and that’s where the notion […]

How Vishen Reached Peak Levels of Health & Fitness in Less than 9 Weeks

How Vishen Reached Peak Levels of Health & Fitness in Less than 9 Weeks

By Bryan Wright 29 Comments August 18, 2019

There used to be a time when I would, every now and then, bring donuts to the office for my teammates, because I thought that this was a nice gesture to show that I cared. Today, I would never do something like this. So here’s what happened. In 2016, I went through a transformation that […]