Introducing the Photonic Health Pro Gen II

We know you and your animals work hard and play hard too. So we’ve designed a brand new red light that can keep up with you every step of the way. First, we made you our Standard Light and we followed that up with our Pro Light And now we’re introducing our most advanced light ever. The revolutionary Pro Gen […]

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Can Health Care Help Identify Human Trafficking? | CommonSpirit

There’s multiple paths for someone to become victim of Human Trafficking. If your basic needs aren’t being met, that makes you more vulnerable. And, for many of the young teens or individuals that I’ve had the privilege of working with those basic needs weren’t being met. No matter what path we take, we’re still human at the end of the […]

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A personal health coach for those living with chronic diseases | Priscilla Pemu

When I first became a doctor in Benin City, Nigeria, some 30-odd years ago, I was drawn to help people live full lives. But often, I found myself feeling impotent. Here I was, a brand-new doctor with all these skills, but I couldn’t cure my patients who had chronic diseases — illnesses like heart disease, asthma, diabetes — and needed […]

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Can Health Care Help Identify Human Trafficking? | Hello humankindness

There’s multiple paths for someone to become victim of Human Trafficking. If your basic needs aren’t being met, that makes you more vulnerable. And, for many of the young teens or individuals that I’ve had the privilege of working with those basic needs weren’t being met. No matter what path we take, we’re still human at the end of the […]

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Sue Desmond-Hellmann on Health, Networks, Social Media

My first year at The Gates Foundation has been terrific. I feel like every day is a gift. I have enormous respect and pride in my colleagues and every day I meet somebody who amazes me. I think my self-awareness as a leader comes from the energy I get from colleagues. One of my favorite things to do is to […]

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The Health of Someone Starts in their Home | CommonSpirit

Outside the walls of the hospital or doctor’s office, the health of someone starts in their home. Not having enough food not having enough money to pay their utilities, and not having gas, or not having transportation at all it really affects them, it weighs on them. And once it starts doing that, the stress just builds up on you […]

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Health | Off the Air | Adult Swim

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HR Management: Health & Safety

This chapter is all about health and safety in the work environment. In this segment we will discuss the basic facts about the Occupation Safety and Health Act and Administration, discuss how to minimize unsafe acts by employees, talk about how to deal with important occupational health problems, and look at the supervisor’s role in safety. The Occupational Safety and […]

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The Health Benefits of … Cannibalism

This episode of SciShow is supported by Skillshare an online learning community with more than 17,000 classes in design, photo, and more. [♪♩INTRO] You’d think eating your own kind would be a bad idea. I mean, it can be hard enough to survive and reproduce without having to worry about members of your own species taking you out, too. But […]

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Ovulation – Nucleus Health

Ovulation is a part of the menstrual cycle when the ovary releases a ripe egg, or ovum. Inside the ovary are hundreds of thousands of follicles. Each follicle is a hollow ball of cells with an immature egg in the center. The typical 28-day menstrual cycle begins on the first day of menstrual bleeding. During the first 7 days of […]

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