Posts Tagged ‘TALK’

Tomorrow Today | Studio talk: Dr. Detlev Ganten

And with us in the studio to talk about what other steps medicine is making in the area of circulatory and cardiac disease is Dr. Detlev Ganten,the former CEO the Charité hospital here in Berlin. Thanks very much for joining us.DW-TV: And with us in the studio to talk about what other steps medicine is making in the area of circulatory and cardiac disease is Professor Detlev Ganten,the former CEO of the Charité hospital here in Berlin,and an expert on hypertension. Now we know that about one billion people in this world suffer from high blood pressure and the numbers are even rising. We definitely need a solution. Will it maybe come from systems like we see in this report? Detlev Ganten: This patient was definitely lucky to be in Hanover and to have this high-tech treatment. But of course we cannot treat one billion people or more with this type of high-tech device. So we will have to think of something else. And fortunately we do have very effective drugs and of course we can also treat hypertension,especially mild hypertension,without drugs – just by better nutrition,healthier nutrition,less salt,more physical exercise,less obesity and so on. What’s actually going wrong in this world that so many people suffer from hypertension? What’s going wrong? Our heritage of course is as long as life as life has started. 3.5 million years agowe carry this in our genes civilization is going much faster than evolution. So our bodies lives in a civilization in an environment which is
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13 month – Plastic Surgery talk / Egypt!

My thoughts on plastic surgery and my upcoming Egypt trip. email for paypal
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About the Video: According to recent studies, if you are very overweight, gastric bypass surgery could save your life. In part-two of this two-part interview with Dr. Mark Kligman, you will find out who can best benefit from the surgery and what types of lifestyle changes are necessary to make it a long-term success. Specific topics covered in this portion of the interview include: Interviews with three family members after gastric bypass Life after gastric bypass surgery Patient responsibilities after surgery Vitamins, minerals and supplements Exercise after gastric bypass surgery About the Expert: Dr. Mark Kligman is the director of the Center for Weight Management and Wellness at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He is also an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Related Links: Dr. Mark Kligman Weight Loss Surgery (Part 1) UMMC Center for Weight Management and Wellness Overview: Surgical Weight Loss Patient Success Stories: Distributed by Tubemogul.

Andie MacDowell Introduces Time to Talk CARDIO Program

For more info visit Award-winning actress and heart health advocate, Andie MacDowell, and Richard H. Carmona, MD, MPH, FACS, 17th Surgeon General of the United States (2002-2006), have partnered to highlight the importance of effective communication between patients and health care professionals (HCPs) by introducing an innovative program: Time to Talk CARDIO Creating A Real Dialogue In the Office. Time to Talk CARDIO is designed to help patients and health care professionals have more productive conversations about heart health. The program, piloted by select physician practices and evaluated through in-clinic testing, has shown positive results for both patients and HCPs. To learn more about Time to Talk CARDIO, an educational program underwritten by Merck & Co., Inc. (Merck) and developed in partnership with the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) Foundation, Canyon Ranch Institute (CRI) and RIASWorks, visit] Two priorities of my service as Surgeon General of the United States and of my lifes work are to increase the attention and effort focused on preventing disease and to improve the health literacy of all people,” said Dr. Carmona. “While weve made great progress in the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease, many patients fail to experience the full benefit from their treatment plans for a variety of reasons. Time to Talk CARDIO was created to help improve the communication between patients and


Dr. Suber solutions a viewers concerns about “canine ears” that arise at incision lines. He defines what they are, the steps he takes to lessen their incidence and what can be done to correct them.
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