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Webinar: Advances in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy

Neyal Ammary-Risch: Good afternoon. This is Neyal Ammary-Risch, and I’m the director of the National Eye Health Education Program, and I’d like to welcome you to our webinar, Advances in the Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy: Paradigm Shift in Patient Care and Education. Joining me this afternoon are my esteemed colleagues, Drs. Emily Chew and Judy […]

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Medicare & You: Diabetes
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Medicare & You: Diabetes

Hi, I’m Angela James with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. I’d like to share some information about diabetes screenings and supplies, and how Medicare has you covered. Did you know that diabetes affects nearly 21 million children and adults in the United States? And millions more are un-diagnosed or have pre-diabetes and don’t […]

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Shock, Pathology of Different Types, Animation

Shock also called circulatory shock is a life-threatening clinical state characterized by body wide deficiency of blood supply causing oxygen deprivation buildup of waste products and eventual organ failure if untreated shock may have different causes and hence its classification into different types hypovolemic or low volume shock happens when the circulatory blood volume is […]

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Tech Knowledge Episode 3 – Liberation

hey everyone I’m Lorena and I just heard about a really cool life-changing health technology for people living with diabetes let’s check it out okay it’s might hurt a little bit but give it a try oh I’m just kidding but that really didn’t feel good why are we even doing this it’s unfortunate but […]

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Tension Headache
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Tension Headache

THOMAS WARD: Well, certainly the most common one, the one that almost everybody has at least sometime during the year are what I call tension type headaches. And paradoxically, even though almost everyone has them and knows what they are– we know them when we have them, we know them when they see them– they’re […]

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Vascular Dementia Pathology, Animation
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Vascular Dementia Pathology, Animation

vascular dementia refers to a group of conditions in which impaired blood supply to the brain causes neuronal dysfunction leading to loss of memory and other cognitive abilities it is the second most common type of dementia after Alzheimer’s a neurodegenerative disease vascular dementia may develop following a stroke or a series of mini-strokes a […]

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Is it a Headache or a Migrane?
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Is it a Headache or a Migrane?

(upbeat music) – To tell the difference between a regular, everyday, garden-variety headache, and migraine, is very difficult. Patients will often have a premonitory symptom with a migraine, they may experience a loss of vision, they may experience funny lights in the periphery of their vision. They may experience numbness in an arm or a […]

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