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Ashwagandha: The Complete Herbal Guide

Ashwagandha: The Complete Herbal Guide

Hey, guys, Dr. Axe here, doctor of natural medicine and founder of draxe.com. In this video, I’m going to be training you on the many benefits of ashwagandha and how you can use it to improve your adrenal health, thyroid health, brain health, and a whole lot more. And I’ll tell you what, ashwagandha from […]

How Detoxification Helps | Ask the ND with Dr. Jeremy Wolf

How Detoxification Helps | Ask the ND with Dr. Jeremy Wolf

Hey everyone, welcome back to another edition of Ask the ND. I’m Dr. Jeremy Wolf. Over the past century, the number of harmful substances released into our environment that we’re exposed to daily has increased. Many of these substances known as xenobiotics, have been associated with adverse health effects. Some of these chemicals include phylates, […]

Meet Shannon, she studies Biomedical Science

Meet Shannon, she studies Biomedical Science

My name is Shannon and I’m studying a Bachelor of Science majoring in biomedical science. I chose to study biomedical science because I was always really interested in human biology and the theory and enjoyed that at school, so I thought that it would be a good fit for me, but also the career field […]

Ultrasound moves kidney stones

Ultrasound moves kidney stones

“Kidney stones are common–affecting over a million patients that come to the emergency room,” says Kennedy Hall, M.D, UW Medicine emergency medicine physician. “If you come into the emergency room with a kidney stone, we give you pain medicine. We hope that it will relieve your pain and that the stone will eventually pass,” says […]

Relating social theories to medicine | Society and Culture | MCAT | Khan Academy

Relating social theories to medicine | Society and Culture | MCAT | Khan Academy

Voiceover: When you step back and look at the sociology content here, you might be wondering how in the world any of this applies to medicine. You might say, it has nothing to do with the physical health of a person, so why do you need to know all of this? Why do these social […]

Giving the Ultimate Gift

Giving the Ultimate Gift

–”Sup, buddy.” –”What’s going on? How are you?” “Good. Missed you.” [Dan Schermerhorn] I’ve been a public safety officer at U of R for 23 years. I always knew I wanted to go into law enforcement because I thought that I would do a really good job at helping people. –”Welcome back” –”What’s going on?” […]

Internal Medicine on the Treasure Coast: Kevin Hou, MD

I look forward to helping my patients lead healthier lives. Working on collaborative teams who keep patients best interests in mind, to care for the whole patient is what really appealed to me about internal medicine. Additionally, I really enjoy science and learning about science and a career in medicine means the opportunity to learn […]

Therapeutic antibodies (Part 1): structure & function

Therapeutic antibodies (Part 1): structure & function

Antibodies are made out of several different peptide chains bound together in a Y-shape. An antibody is made out of two identical immunoglobulin heavy chains and two identical immunoglobulin light chains. Roughly speaking, the structural features of an antibody can be split into two parts: The domains that recognise a target, known as the variable […]