Signs of a Heart Attack – The Nebraska Medical Center

It’s the chest discomfort that has an unusual, uncomfortable characteristic, it is generally fairly severe. It comes on in a crescendo manner it may radiate to the jaw, […]

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Whole vs. Skim: Which Milk Is Better For You?

Ads tell us milk, does a body good. But are we talking whole milk or 2%? It’s not what you think. Hi guys, Lissette here for DNews. If […]

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Action needed to prevent heart disease in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

So we looked at data from 2,800 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across Australia. And our study shows very high levels of risk in Aboriginal and Torres […]

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The Charles Perkins Centre: easing the burden of diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease

My name is Professor Stephen Simpson and I lead the Charles Perkins Centre. A multidisciplinary research and education initiative based here at the University of Sydney in Australia. […]

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How Aspirin Changed Medicine Forever

♪ Aspirin might seem like the most generic, boring pill ever. I mean, the patent for it expired literally a hundred years ago. And we have all kinds […]

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Healthy Digestion – Not What, But How? | Courtney Jackson | TEDxMontrealWomen

Translator: Zsófia Herczeg Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs Raise your hand if you’ve ever eaten while driving your car. (Laughter) How about while binge-watching your favorite TV show? (Laughter) Or […]

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Hormone Hacking: How to engineer your quality of life | Dave Asprey

Let’s talk about hormones. And there’s two big groups of hormones that I think most people know about. One is testosterone. The other is the estrogens. Well, let’s […]

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Why fasting bolsters brain power: Mark Mattson at TEDxJohnsHopkinsUniversity

Translator: Madina Juarez Reviewer: Carlos Arturo Morales Thanks, Brian. I am at the National Institute on Aging, and as many of you know– people are getting older, and […]

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