Posts Tagged ‘Clinic’

In Memory of Val Puccio: Inside The Brook Haven Clinic Part 1.

Episode Mission: Self-Destruct. Rest Peacefully Val. Thank you for being you.

Welch middle school performs beyonce’s new let’s move flash workout! Welch is where Beyonce attended middle school. This effort is in conjunction with Michelle Obama’s effort to decrease teen obesity and get middle school students moving. Go Welch!!!

Pericardial Disease: Diagnosis and Management Part 1-Mayo Clinic Proceedings

Dr. Masud H. Khandaker, a Fellow in the Division of Cardiovascular Diseases at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, discusses the diagnosis and management of pericardial disease. In Part I, he discusses acute pericarditis and relapsing pericarditis. In Part II, he discusses cardiac tamponade and constrictive pericarditis. Here is a URL to the proceedings article:
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The East Carolina Heart Institute is dedicated exclusively to cardiovascular care. It is the latest in a long line of partnerships between ECU and Pitt County Memorial Hospital that have benefited the people of eastern North Carolina and the larger medical community.

Suzy Cohen Visits Amitabha Clinic (For Clinic Info. Call 707-829-5900)

Americas Most Trusted Pharmacist, Suzy Cohen, sits down with Dr. Isaac Eliaz at Amitabha Clinic in Sebastopol California. The Amitabha clinic is a sacred space where each person is treated with loving attention and given individualized care. The medical team strives to assist each person in identifying and achieving their personal goals of health and well being. The focus of the Amitabha Medical Clinic and Healing Center is on the integrative treatment and prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and other chronic or debilitating illnesses, with an emphasis on healing breast, prostate and other hormone related cancers. Dr. Eliaz succesfully integrates Western allopathic medicine with the ancient science of Chinese Medicine, as well as with complementary therapies such as homeopathy, osteopathy, nutritional therapy and others, to create an outstanding healing practice that addresses not only cancer and chronic illness, but common illnesses and areas of imbalance as well. For More Information visit the clinic’s website at or call 707-829-5900. Learn more about Dr. Eliaz at and download free health reports at

Inside Brookhaven Obesity Clinic (Episode 1, Pt. 1/5)

At Brookhaven, super morbidly overweight folks struggle to reclaim their wellness and their lives.
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The University of Kentucky School of Wellness Sciences is performing workout analysis on all ranges, from the test tube to the treadmill. With partners in the Middle for Muscle Biology and the Barnstable Brown Kentucky Diabetes and Obesity Middle, Uk faculty are exploring the connections in between muscle weakness, obesity and diabetes.
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Mayo Clinic Study Suggests Bariatric Surgery Increases Broken Bone Risk

Bariatric surgical treatment — restricting the consumption of the abdomen — is turning out to be an more and more typical treatment method for obesity. It has side results, nevertheless, such as a recently documented danger for bone fractures. Mayo Clinic endocrinologist Elizabeth Haglind, MD, is presenting the findings at the Society of Endocrinology Annual Meeting.
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Inside Brookhaven Obesity Clinic (Episode 2, Pt. 6/6)

At Brookhaven, tremendous morbidly obese individuals struggle to reclaim their health and their lives. I apologize for any moving or disturbances. I was hoping to place the digital camera effectively, and get the photo to operate properly, without weird black lines.
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ObesityObesity is now a worldwide epidemic, affecting much more people throughout the world than malnutrition — and researchers at the University of Exeter in the South West of England believe that it’s an epidemic caused by inactivity. Over the final fifteen decades experts at the University have studied exercise amounts in about a thousand kids. They observed that repeated wellness warnings have had small or no result. Children nowadays nonetheless aren’t taking sufficient exercise to fight obesity. Regardless of fears about junk meals diet programs, most children aren’t taking on a lot more calories than they utilised to. They just aren’t undertaking enough to burn up off these calories, as tv viewing and pc games consider the location of sports activities and energetic play. Surveys held in the US show that, between 1980 and 1994, weight problems trebled in adolescents and doubled in children. Youngsters who start off daily life obese are statistically far much more likely to turn into obese grown ups, falling victim to a variety of ailments including coronary heart illness, substantial blood strain and, as researchers at the nearby University of Bristol have set up, the rising threat of diabetes.
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Inside Brookhaven Obesity Clinic (Episode 1, Pt. 3/5)

At Brookhaven, tremendous morbidly overweight folks struggle to reclaim their health and their lives. I apologize for any transferring or disturbances. I was making an attempt to position the camera appropriately, and get the photo to work appropriately, with out weird black lines.
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Inside Brookhaven Obesity Clinic (Episode 2, Pt. 2/6)

At Brookhaven, super morbidly obese people struggle to reclaim their well being and their lives. I apologize for any moving or disturbances. I was trying to place the camera correctly, and get the image to operate correctly, with out strange black lines.
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Lowering Cholesterol – Mayo Clinic

Dr. Stephen Kopecky, a Mayo Clinic cardiologist, describes ways to reduced LDL or “bad” cholesterol, without having taking a statin.
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Good Nutritional Control may Prevent Polyneuropathy after Bariatric Surgery – Mayo Clinic

P James B. Dyck, MD of the Division of Neurology discusses a research of sufferers who acquired psychiatric evaluation and attended dietary clinics just before having bariatric surgical treatment at Mayo Clinic. The research was published in the June 2010 situation of Muscle & Nerve.