https://www.childrensart.org Young cancer survivors whose art was selected for a 2015 Children's Art Project greeting card, calendar or other gift were recognized by their families, friends and MD Anderson employees at an event to celebrate their work. MD Anderson Cancer Center's Children's Art Project began in 1973 with a volunteer's idea to create a holiday card from a child's artwork. Through the sale of merchandise featuring designs created by young cancer patients, the project has funded more than $31 million for important programs that touch pediatric patients and families -- giving hope, normalcy and a a promising future for young lives interrupted by cancer.
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Live big and love big. That’s the message MD Anderson has for our cancer patients and their loved ones this Valentine’s Day and year-round. This animation features the Heart Monster designed by childhood cancer patient Kyleen for MD Anderson Children’s Art Project, which sells merchandise inspired by the artwork of MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital patients. Net proceeds support patient programs for kids with cancer. You can see the Monster Heart merchandise here: https://childrensartproject.org/cards/valentine/heart-monster.html Request an appointment at MD Anderson by calling 1-877-632-6789 or by completing our online form: https://my.mdanderson.org/RequestAppointment?cmpid=youtube_cap_appointment
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http://www.childrensart.com Patients from the Children's Cancer Hospital at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center kicked off the 2010 Valentine season with a special Valentine-making party in the Robin Bush Child and Adolescent Clinic. With glue, glitter and lots of paper, the kids made their own Valentines and signed Children's Art Project Valentine cards to give to adult patients at M. D. Anderson. The Valentines were later distributed to adult patients by the Department of Volunteer Services. Children's Art Project Valentines are available for purchase at area grocery stores, retail locations, M. D. Anderson gift shops and the Children's Art Project Boutique in Uptown Park. They are also available online at http://www.childrensart.org or by calling (800) 231-1580.
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Please enjoy this selection of Summer-themed cards from the Children's Art Project Archives. Since 1973, people have enjoyed receiving cards designed by pediatric patients from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center's Children's Art Project. Originally, the program sold Christmas cards during the holidays but expanded over the years to include various holidays and seasons. From the beginning, proceeds from sales support programs for pediatric patients at MD Anderson and continues to do so today. To check out more online cards, please click here: http://bit.ly/2fO7AQ2 To look at the archival collection, please click here: http://mdanderson.libguides.com/CAP Music: Summer Island Breeze by Coyote Hearing
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Spring has sprung here at MD Anderson Cancer Center, and we want to wish all of those celebrating Easter a very happy holiday. The bunny featured in this animation was designed by a child with cancer through MD Anderson Children’s Art Project, a program that offers merchandise inspired by the artwork of patients at MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital. Net proceeds support patient programs for kids with cancer. You can find Children’s Art Project merchandise at partner retail stores, MD Anderson Volunteer Services Gift Shops and online: https://childrensartproject.org. Request an appointment at MD Anderson by calling 1-877-632-6789 or completing our online patient self-referral form: https://my.mdanderson.org/RequestAppointment?cmpid=appt_youtube
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Once a week, Amy McWhorter stops at several local supermarkets to run errands. She's not just buying groceries. Amy is one of almost 500 Adopt-A-Display volunteers who manage Children's Art Project product displays in stores across five states. Each display contains cards and gift items featuring artwork designed by MD Anderson's pediatric patients. Volunteers play a critical role in managing Children's Art Project's retail inventory that, literally, couldn't be done without them. Find out more about how to volunteer http://bit.ly/RDdgrA
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Brianna, a young cancer patient of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Children’s Art Project (CAP), drew the Halloween scene used in this animation. All CAP proceeds are invested directly into programs for childhood cancer patients at MD Anderson, giving hope, normalcy and a promising future for young lives interrupted by cancer. Programs funded by the project include college scholarships, educational programs and other opportunities that prepare pediatric patients for successful lives after cancer. Support our cause and place your order online today: http://www.childrensart.org/. CAP wishes you a very happy Halloween!
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Subscribe Now : http://t21c.com/12YTr3X Early Access : http://the21convention.com/21u Get Coaching : http://the21convention.com/coaching Three time speaker of The 21 Convention and one of the six stars of The Community Tapes, Tim the Right Hand Man, is in his own words, a "father, son, brother, former husband, and sometimes a lover". Architect of The 21 Convention, Anthony Johnson, has added in his own words that ... "Tim has been a personal mentor, leader, and one of the wisest men to ever take the stage at The 21 Convention. His age, ideas, experience, and resulting wisdom consistently bring a new twist to what he has to share with the younger generation — our generation. His thoughts should be heard and heeded by every young man venturing out into the world today, who seeks to succeed where others fail, takes seriously the improvement of his own quality of life, and his development into the man he was meant — and decides — to be." In this speech Tim identifies the top ten mistakes to avoid in your 20′s. Visit Tim at http://righthandmanifesto.blogspot.com/
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Carolyn Wonderland's version of Little Screamin' Kenny's Christmas lament, "Blue Lights" was released on Justice Records in 1997 to raise money for MD Anderson Cancer Center Children's Art Project. Carolyn made this animation as a Christmas Card 2009.
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Dr. Urba, who serves as Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, discusses the prevention and management of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
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Texas is home to some of the country's best doctors for treating cancer. Houston, in particular, has a wide variety of qualified oncologists - which can sometimes feel overwhelming for patients choosing the best fit. In this interview with Dr. Bob Morrow, Dr. Yuval Raizen describes Houston's oncology community and share some tips for patients diagnosed with cancer.
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© 2016 Hip New Jersey http://www.HipNewJersey.com Donate Today! - https://www.genestorasp.com/trinitasdonations/securedGT.aspx Throughout the month of November, #HipNJ is helping Union County’s number one hospital raise funds for a state-of-the-art emergency care facility! In cooperation with the Trinitas Health Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides vital financial support for Elizabeth’s Trinitas Regional Medical Center, HipNewJersey.com will help launch a #GivingTuesday awareness and fundraising campaign through social media and grassroots efforts to support the new Trinitas Emergency Department. “The Trinitas Health Foundation is thrilled to embark on this digital and grassroots effort. Funds raised will help with the building of the new 24,000 square foot space, which will increase capacity, reduce overcrowding, enhance patient care and meet the needs of the community,” said Nadine Brechner, Vice President of the Trinitas Health Foundation. During each Tuesday in November, there will be pop-up party locations staged at Bloomingdale’s Short Hills and on the campus of Kean University, a neighbor of the hospital. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in different activities for varying amounts of donation. With a minimum donation of $1, visitors can color in the Trinitas Regional Medical Center Logo that will be displayed in the Emergency Department. For a donation of $5, attendees will receive goodies and/or gift cards from partnering brands and businesses, while supplies last. For $10 or more, participants will be entered-to-win a gift from Bloomingdale’s Short Hills. Anyone who visits the pop-up location will be encouraged to partake in an interactive photo booth that will tie directly to the Trinitas social media awareness campaign running online. The campaign will conclude on the national day of charitable giving, November 29, 2016, otherwise known as #GivingTuesday. On that day, there will be a live Facebook event hosted by former New York Giants legend Ottis Anderson and other guest celebrities such as Joe Piscopo that will encourage viewers to donate funds through the Trinitas Health Foundation website portal: https://www.genestorasp.com/trinitasdonations/securedGT.aspx For more information on #GivingTuesday, contact #HipNJ at 973-521-7159 or e-mail us! About Trinitas Regional Medical Center: Trinitas Regional Medical Center is a non-profit Catholic teaching hospital sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth in partnership with the Elizabethtown Healthcare Foundation. It serves those who live and work in Eastern and Central Union County. Operating on two major campuses, Trinitas Regional Medical Center has 554 beds, including a 120-bed long-term care facility. Trinitas’ network of services cover all of New Jersey. Trinitas Regional Medical Center is proud to offer state-of-the-art medicine backed by compassion and competence. About Trinitas Health Foundation: The Trinitas Health Foundation provides vital financial support for Trinitas Regional Medical Center so that doctors, nurses and other caregivers can continue a long-standing tradition of quality, compassionate care. Foundation efforts help upgrade hospital facilities and expand services so that Trinitas Medical Regional Center can continue saving lives, curing patients and keeping people healthy.
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Jennifer Wheler, M.D., assistant professor in the Department of Investigational Cancer Therapeutics at MD Anderson, is the founder of COLLAGE, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that helps patients express themselves through art.
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The Childrens Art Project added a new line of products geared toward animal lovers. Two special canine guests, Stump and J.R., both Best in Show winners of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, came by the Childrens Cancer Hospital to endorse the new pet products. Sporting the new Flag bandana featuring artwork from three young designers, the dogs interacted with pediatric patients and their families and posed for photos. More info: http://www2.mdanderson.org/cancerwise/2009/06/puppy-love-at-the-childrens-cancer-hospital.html Video by Deborah E. Thomas (Children's art class/awards footage by Rakhee Sharma)
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MD Anderson uses different types of robots to improve the safety and efficiency in patient care. Pharmacy has been taking advantage of robot technology since 1998. The first outpatient robot was installed in the outpatient pharmacy on Floor 2 of the Main Building. Now, all three outpatient pharmacies use the ScriptPro SP 200 prescription dispensing system. MD Anderson's outpatient pharmacies dispense approximately 1,300 prescriptions a day. According to Lori Bertrand, manager, Pharmacy Operations, the robots account for almost 55% of our prescription volume. The SP200 robot can fill and label 150 prescriptions an hour. "It would be closer to 95% except that chemotherapy, narcotics and investigational drugs can't go into the ScriptPro robot," Bertrand says. In the inpatient pharmacy on the first floor of the Main Building, you'll find "Dexter," the McKesson ROBOT-Rx® automated medication dispensing system. Similar to the ScriptPro robot, Dexter's job is to fill unit dose medications for inpatients. Its appearance, however, is much different. Dexter is a large, octagon-shaped room with a robotic arm in the middle. The arm can rotate 360 degrees and pull medications off the walls. Surgery has been using the da Vinci Surgical System since 2006. Initially, it was used only for urologic procedures, but now it's used for most types of surgery, excluding brain and arthroscopic surgeries. The da Vinci system is a state-of-the-art surgical platform used for minimally invasive surgeries. The system comprises a surgical console that controls the robot, the patient-side unit with four robotic surgical arms, and a video tower that includes the system processors. Surgeons use three of these mobile robots, fondly nicknamed, "Deuce," "The Beast" and "The Twins." Deuce and The Beast are wheeled to different operating rooms as needed, while The Twins is a dual-console system located in Operating Room 31.
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The Joint Science and Technology Institute (JSTI) is a two-week, fully-funded, residential STEM research program for current middle and high school students and high school teachers in the United States and Department of Defense schools around the world. Participants conduct research projects mentored by Department of Defense research scientists and other subject matter experts. The purpose of the program is to inspire and encourage students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, increase STEM literacy, and expose students to the importance of STEM through hands-on, relevant research. The program offers teachers the opportunity to learn new skills and conduct STEM research and learn about new and emerging careers in STEM. Teachers are encouraged to leverage the knowledge gained from the JTSI program in their current school STEM curricula.
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Actress and breast cancer activist Katy Franco brings audiences to their feet by using "laughter therapy," standup comedy, and readings from her book "Chemorella" (co-written with Ken Phillips). We see video clips and photos of her performances in 2011 in front of 1,000 people in a theater, 200 adults in a meeting hall, 80 women at a luncheon, and 20 children under a tree. Fun, awesome and inspiring!
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Donate Today! - https://www.genestorasp.com/trinitasdonations/securedGT.aspx © 2016 Hip New Jersey http://www.HipNewJersey.com Throughout the month of November, #HipNJ is helping Union County’s number one hospital raise funds for a state-of-the-art emergency care facility! In cooperation with the Trinitas Health Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides vital financial support for Elizabeth’s Trinitas Regional Medical Center, HipNewJersey.com will help launch a #GivingTuesday awareness and fundraising campaign through social media and grassroots efforts to support the new Trinitas Emergency Department. “The Trinitas Health Foundation is thrilled to embark on this digital and grassroots effort. Funds raised will help with the building of the new 24,000 square foot space, which will increase capacity, reduce overcrowding, enhance patient care and meet the needs of the community,” said Nadine Brechner, Vice President of the Trinitas Health Foundation. During each Tuesday in November, there will be pop-up party locations staged at Bloomingdale’s Short Hills and on the campus of Kean University, a neighbor of the hospital. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in different activities for varying amounts of donation. With a minimum donation of $1, visitors can color in the Trinitas Regional Medical Center Logo that will be displayed in the Emergency Department. For a donation of $5, attendees will receive goodies and/or gift cards from partnering brands and businesses, while supplies last. For $10 or more, participants will be entered-to-win a gift from Bloomingdale’s Short Hills. Anyone who visits the pop-up location will be encouraged to partake in an interactive photo booth that will tie directly to the Trinitas social media awareness campaign running online. The campaign will conclude on the national day of charitable giving, November 29, 2016, otherwise known as #GivingTuesday. On that day, there will be a live Facebook event hosted by former New York Giants legend Ottis Anderson and other guest celebrities such as Joe Piscopo that will encourage viewers to donate funds through the Trinitas Health Foundation website portal: https://www.genestorasp.com/trinitasdonations/securedGT.aspx For more information on #GivingTuesday, contact #HipNJ at 973-521-7159 or e-mail us! About Trinitas Regional Medical Center: Trinitas Regional Medical Center is a non-profit Catholic teaching hospital sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth in partnership with the Elizabethtown Healthcare Foundation. It serves those who live and work in Eastern and Central Union County. Operating on two major campuses, Trinitas Regional Medical Center has 554 beds, including a 120-bed long-term care facility. Trinitas’ network of services cover all of New Jersey. Trinitas Regional Medical Center is proud to offer state-of-the-art medicine backed by compassion and competence. About Trinitas Health Foundation: The Trinitas Health Foundation provides vital financial support for Trinitas Regional Medical Center so that doctors, nurses and other caregivers can continue a long-standing tradition of quality, compassionate care. Foundation efforts help upgrade hospital facilities and expand services so that Trinitas Medical Regional Center can continue saving lives, curing patients and keeping people healthy.
Views: 4347 Hip New Jersey
Take on a Pokémon battle anytime, anywhere on Nintendo Switch! Pokkén Tournament DX is available now! Learn more about Pokkén Tournament DX! https://goo.gl/xgGD8T #NintendoSwitch #PokkenTournamentDX Subscribe for more Nintendo fun! https://goo.gl/HYYsot Visit Nintendo.com for all the latest! http://www.nintendo.com Like Nintendo on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Nintendo Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/NintendoAmerica Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Nintendo Follow us on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/Nintendo Follow us on Google+: http://google.com/+Nintendo
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Researchers in Japan say playing arcade video games may be the answer to preventing senility. They say the hand-eye coordination and fast responses required to play the games help stimulate the brain. Having lots of fun in a games arcade. But these Japanese senior citizens are not harking back to their childhoods. They are part of a joint research project between the Kaikaya Elderly Day Care Centre and the Kyushu University Hospital that claims playing arcade video games might be a good way to prevent senility in old age. Miyuki Takahashi, a nurse at the day care centre, says it's the reactionary effect game machines have that stimulates the brain. "They must hurry up to hit or step on their targets and because of that, their cerebral blood flow increases. In reality, solving mathematics quickly has nothing to do with preventing senility. Playing video games involves the brain so much more, so we believe this is a much better exercise." The machines have been designed specifically for elderly users - built to be lower, to have more grips and to enable wheelchair bound individuals to play too. They are the result of constant feedback from a team led by Doctor Shinichiro Takasugi from the Kyushu University Hospital, to whom Kaikaya provides its data. Previous results indicated an improvement of physical mobility of the subjects over seven months of playing arcade games, but now researchers are convinced the effects of interactive exercise also leads to increased blood flow in the frontal cortex of the brain. 83 year-old Yaeko Sasaki could not walk when she came to the facility three years ago. "I had never played with games before. But I came to Kaikaya and I discovered them, and realised they were good for the muscles at my age, so now I play a lot," she says. Takahashi says they had to overcome many hurdles to get the elderly people to play games on a constant basis, which is important to study their progress. She says not being able to attract the attention of elderly users long enough was the primary reason previous attempts, dating as far back as 1999, had not given convincing results. "This is a generation that may have experienced the war. So they do not associate themselves with games, let alone playing with games. For them, game machines are only toys and they think of them more as harmful things that distract from work. Our challenge was to try and come up with ways to lower the threshold," she says. Staff at the day care centre record game scores and put up the results for all to see. They say this cultivates incentives to continue playing the brain-simulating games with other users. Limiting the risks of falling over and sustaining injuries are important, because they are one of the main reasons elderly people become confined to a bed and stop moving - which in itself can lead to senility. Takahashi says that most elderly people harbour a fear of becoming completely dependent and confined to a bed, so another incentive is a regular health course explaining the connection between playing games and staying healthy. It's been a year since these strategies and better monitoring methods were introduced. The centre's "small experiment," as Kaikaya President, Yoshiaki Kawamura describes it, is finally showing some promising results. "The number of elderly people is only going to increase, and a generation that has grown up with games will become elderly soon. The centre of consumption will indeed come from this generation, so it is indispensable to answer to this need with the according services and products," he says. University of Tokyo professor, Akira Baba agrees that there is increasing potential for the use of video games in the medical sector and beyond. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fdb20948cc69ce9a3dc5a77492ce1ec5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Spend ten minutes and listen to Dr Marvin Anderson as he speaks with Dr Sandra Cabot about his extensive experience with autistic children and nutritional therapies he has used with very good results. This 4th video of the 4 part series provides valuable insight on how nutrition and nutritional supplements work to ward off and reduce inflammation. Attention is primarily directed to the gastrointestinal tract and on the now-demonstrated connection with experimental animals between damaging inflammation in the intestinal tract and inflammation in the brain. Oftentimes, this inflammation is caused by food intolerances (especially disaccharide carbohydrates and gluten-containing foods such as wheat, rye, barley , and some oats) in concert with intestinal overgrowth of harmful bacteria, yeast (as Candida), viruses, and parasites which thrive on a damaged intestinal lining (mucosa). Dr. Anderson's training included graduation with honors from the University of Notre Dame. He graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons (Harlem Hospital Center), and is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Clinical Nutrition. He was appointed a Research Associate in the Department of Microbiology at Columbia University and also in the Carcinogenesis Branch of the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, MD. Dr. Anderson was the Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Michigan Medical School (Henry Ford Hospital campus). He is the author of the book "AUTISM -- Prevention Care and Management" which is available as a paperback and e-book from Amazon.com The book is also available in Australia from www.cabothealth.com.au Visit Dr Anderson's website for further information - www.autismatabbasplace.com Additional information on liver health and nutrition can be found at www.liverdoctor.com and www.sandracabot.com
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© 2017 Hip New Jersey http://www.HipNewJersey.com November 1st not only marked the beginning of the Holiday season (too soon?), but for many families affected by breast cancer, the real gift is knowing that November 1st also marked the beginning of an important fundraising campaign that will bring the Connie Dwyer Breast Center, a state-of-the-art breast health facility, to the Trinitas Regional Medical Center in Elizabeth, NJ. During each Tuesday in November, there will be pop-up party locations staged at Bloomingdale’s Short Hills. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in different activities for varying amounts of donation. With a minimum donation of $1, visitors will be gifted with Smarties® candy. For a donation of $5, attendees will receive goodies and/or gift cards from partnering brands and businesses, while supplies last. For $10 or more, participants will be entered-to-win a gift from Bloomingdale’s Short Hills. Anyone who visits the pop-up location will be encouraged to partake in an interactive photo booth that will tie directly to the Trinitas social media awareness campaign running online. The campaign will conclude on the national day #GivingTuesday, November 28. On that day, there will be a live Facebook event hosted by New York Giants legend Ottis Anderson and other guests that will encourage viewers to donate funds through the Trinitas Health Foundation website portal. This new campaign made the 12th annual Connie Dwyer Breast Cancer Gala even more special. The event was held at The Grove in Cedar Grove, NJ, and the excitement for the future of breast cancer research and awareness was clear with everyone in attendance. Connie Dwyer herself sang her praises of the staff at Trinitas saying "there isn't anyone on the staff that I haven't just [fallen] in love with...I think it's gonna be a good, long partnership." Donations to the campaign will be collected all month long, and every bit counts - Donate today!
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Pre-order the album Love Story now On iTunes: http://smarturl.it/YelaLoveStory Google Play: http://smarturl.it/YelaLoveStoryGP Amazon MP3: http://smarturl.it/YelaLoveStoryAmz Sign up for updates: http://smarturl.it/Yelawolf.News Best of Yelawolf: https://goo.gl/vy7NZQ Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/ynkVDL
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We acquired a C-MAC on loan today, to play with for a while. We have had a GlideScope on loan for quite some time, but that model lacks the ability to easily record the video - the C-MAC does it direct to an SD card. Lacking a suitable patient to try it out on, I decided to spray myself with a little local and have a look-see...
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Heather Zinger is the Artist-in-Residence at the Roger Maris Cancer Center at Sanford Health in Fargo, ND. She also has served as a Visiting Artist at North Dakota State University. Zinger has a BA in French Cultural Studies and a BFA in Intermedia Art from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, OR. She specializes in photography, video, performance and community engaged art to explore health and social issues. During her time at Roger Maris, she facilitated two community engaged projects: Cards of Hope and The Nurse Lanyard Project where elementary and university students worked with patients.
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Everyone knows that smoking is bad for you, but what about e-cigarettes? Megan Alam presents her research exposing the dangers of vaping. Megan Alam is in the Class of 2017 at The Academy of Science and Technology at The Woodlands College Park High School. She is particularly interested in the medical field including research, education and nutrition. Megan recently won Grand Award at the Science and Engineering Fair at Houston (SEFH), Bronze Award at the International Sustainable World Project Olympiad in Energy, Engineering and Environment (I-SWEEEP), and was a finalist at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Translational Medical Science. Megan has volunteered in her local hospital’s ER, completed a medical mentorship in Neurology/Neurosurgery, and spent the past summer conducting research at the University of Texas, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center at the Medical Center in Houston. In scouting since elementary school, Megan is currently an Ambassador and was just awarded her Gold, the highest achievement in Girl Scouts of the USA. An active member of her high school community, Megan was selected as a trumpet Section Leader in marching band for the past two years, is active in National Honor Society and DECA, and is a science fair judge as well as panelist who has been invited to present her research to younger students and local community leaders. She plans on pursuing a Biology degree and, ultimately, giving back through Doctors Without Borders. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Hanford worker homes being checked for radioactive contamination; 14 cars contaminated http://bit.ly/2BQPkwg What should happen to academics who say fukushima is like a banana and create study's leading to the direct harm and suffering of millions of kids for a pay check like the latest thyroid study does ? How the fook can anybody ever trust a despicable useless maniacal revolting academic or there institution after Fukushima ? How can someone even say out loud they are a nuclear academic is amazing when all we get is vicious lies to protect nuclear death machine ? How can the justice system allow academics to fake study's when the truth is so easy to find are law enforcement really that stupid or are they evil , how can you allow academics of all people to get away with these crimes how did you become so spineless and heartless ?? Seeming as we have no justice system whatsoever anywhere on earth to hold nuclear demons accountable in out entire history monster like the people below are free to murder your loved ones . Peter A. Kopp, MD, Editor-in-Chief of Thyroid and Professor of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Molecular Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL. The story below about Thyroid is proof acedemics are monsters ! How did the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident impact thyroid cancer risk? http://bit.ly/2CYUSnI study is here http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/full/10.1089/thy.2017.0283 but here is the real statics !! Normally it was one in a million kids - Now 35.8% of Fukushima children have thyroid cysts or nodules — 13,646 do and 24,468 don’t http://bit.ly/2pgZweU Just 0.8% of children in 2001 Japanese control group had thyroid cysts or nodules — 36% in Fukushima study Yamashita Shunichi, Suzuki Shinichi, Suzuki Satoru, Shimura Hiroki, and Saenko Vladimir. Thyroid. Toshiba unveils stupid device for Fukushima nuclear reactor probe By mari yamaguchi , http://abcn.ws/2BmDyZy Japanese school kids post worst eyesight on record as obesity makes comeback in Fukushima: http://bit.ly/2DwDhok Kansai Electric to scrap two reactors in latest blow ?? for Japan's nuclear sector http://reut.rs/2l0ctEn Georgia nuclear plant wins ?? key approval, after decades-long industry freeze ! By Doug McKelway scum bag Fox News http://fxn.ws/2BibpCH Crain's Chicago Business - In this power struggle, the whistleblowers always lose - Madison Hopkins and Brett Chase Better Government Association - Nuclear Regulator Downplays Safety Warnings - Brett Chase and Madison Hopkins Las Vegas Sun - State engineer: No new water wells in Pahrump area - Cy Ryan Livermore Independent - Former LLNL Worker To Be Nominated To Senior Position in Washington Santa Fe New Mexican - Contract awarded to manage LANL contamination - Rebecca Moss Albuquerque Journal - LANL work merged in contract - Mark Oswald Santa Fe New Mexican - Heinrich, Udall, Luján: Plutonium pits report 'inherently flawed' - Rebecca Moss KSAT San Antonio - Texas A&M joins bidding for Los Alamos lab contract U.S. News & World Report - Homes of 7 Hanford Workers Being Inspected for Radiation - AP OPB.org - Communications Breakdown Delayed Response After Contamination At Hanford - Anna King Tri-City Herald - CH2M sold. New owner must resolve Hanford conflict of interest - Annette Cary Tri-City Herald - Hanford worker homes being checked for radioactive contamination; 14 cars contaminated - Annette Cary Tri-City Herald - Update: Radioactive particles found on cars. Hanford workers may have driven 2 home - Annette Cary Save me to bookmark the subscription doesn,t always work because Victoria B.C. Canadian Court gave me 6 gag orders so you could not know who or how they are killing you with radiation . Your donation will help us sustain this most resource-intensive form of journalism, ensuring that the most complex and important stories still get told. paypal https://www.paypal.me/danadurnford or use credit card at my site http://www.thenuclearproctologist.org/ See study's on marine life on Canada pre fukushima - B.C. CANADA Marine and Animal Studies http://ibis.geog.ubc.ca/biodiversity/efauna/SpeciesChecklists.html Toxicity of inhaled plutonium dioxide in beagle dogs https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8927705
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"Hold on. Be strong. Can you feel it getting better?" These words are the chorus of the original song "Hold On, " written and performed by Greg Lizee, Ph.D., associate professor in MD Anderson's Melanoma Medical Oncology department. The song's message is simple: Hope. It's about positivity, patience and faith -- faith that things will get better. You have to hold on through the bad times to reach the good. The song is dedicated to cancer survivors, anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer, from the time of diagnosis and treatment through the remaining years of life, as well as family members and caregivers who have been affected by the diagnosis. According to the American Cancer Society, there are now more than 13.7 million cancer survivors in the United States, and each one had to hold on during their cancer journey in order for things to get better. The full-length version of 'Hold On' is now available for download through iTunes and Amazon. A majority of the proceeds will be donated directly to fund cancer immunotherapy research at MD Anderson. iTunes: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=649592346 Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Hold-On/dp/B00CUNFP46 Learn the origins of "Hold On" from Dr. Lizee: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EawEs2HTAGw
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Sugar and the beating heart: the conundrum of heart failure in diabetes Air date: Wednesday, February 7, 2018, 3:00:00 PM Category: WALS - Wednesday Afternoon Lectures Runtime: 01:02:50 Description: NIH Director’s Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series Dr. Abel is internationally recognized for his research on the molecular mechanisms responsible for cardiac dysfunction in obesity, type 2 diabetes, and type 1 diabetes, and for studies of the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in the development of insulin resistance, obesity, and its complications. Dr. Abel earned his medical degree with distinction from the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. He was a Rhodes Scholar and clinical research fellow with Professor John G. Ledingham at the University of Oxford, England, where he also earned a Ph.D. in physiology. He completed an internship and residency in medicine at McGraw Medical Center, a part of Northwestern University Medical School, where he served as chief resident of internal medicine at the VA Lakeside Medical Center. He was a clinical and research fellow and instructor at Harvard Medical School before joining the faculty at the University of Utah in 2000. Dr. Abel has earned many awards including the Van Meter Prize of the American Thyroid Association in 2001 and the 2012 Gerald D. Aurbach Award, from The Endocrine Society for "outstanding" contributions to endocrine research. He was elected Chair of the Board of Scientific Counselors of the NIH National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, and now serves as a member of the advisory council of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. He was chair of the Sarnoff Cardiovascular Research Foundation's Scientific Committee from 2012 to 2013, and is a fellow of the American Heart Association and the American College of Physicians. He was recently elected as president of the Endocrine Society. Dr. Abel is an elected member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation, American Clinical and Climatological Association, and the Association of American Physicians. He was elected to the National Academy of Medicine in October 2015. For more information go to https://oir.nih.gov/wals/2017-2018/sugar-beating-heart-conundrum-heart-failure-diabetes Author: E. Dale Abel, M.D., Ph.D., Francois M. Abboud Chair in Internal Medicine and John B. Stokes Chair in Diabetes Research; Chair and Department Executive Officer, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Iowa, Carver College of Medicine Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?23703
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An all-time bestselling author of 17 books sold in 45 languages, including Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, John Gray is arguably the world's foremost expert on relationships. Gray's focus is helping men and women understand, respect and appreciate their differences in both personal and professional relationships. He's appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, Good Morning America, The View and Larry King. He's also been profiled in Newsweek, Time, Forbes, USA Today, and People Magazine. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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New treatments available for cancer were discussed by world cancer experts from the USA and Europe in a free public information evening The Promise of Gene Therapy Newest Cancer Treatments on Thursday, September 3rd. The event was hosted by Cork Cancer Research Centre (CCRC) and took place at the Lifetime Lab, Lee Road, Cork, Ireland. Five specialists shared the new treatments they have pioneered for cancer patients. The specialists were in Cork to participate in a three day international conference on cancer gene therapy. They discussed cancer research, clinical trials, the prognosis for gene therapy, and in addition, what is gene therapy and why gene therapy is seen as one of the leading treatments in the future of treating cancer. Speakers included: * Noriyuki Kasahara MD PhD: Professor, UCLA, USA * Albert B. Deisseroth MD: Professor, Food Drug Administration (FDA), USA * Len Seymour PhD: Professor, Oxford University, UK (President of British Society of Gene Therapy) * Stephen Russell MD PhD: Professor, Mayo Clinic, USA * Farzin Farzeneh: Professor, King's College, London, UK * Gerald C OSullivan FRCSI: Professor, Consultant Surgeon Mercy University Hospital, Director Cork Cancer Research Centre
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Les Brown - SET YOUR MIND TO WIN (Les Brown Motivation) *CREDIT: ✍ Follow Les Brown: youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/riceNchicken Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thelesbrown/ ✍ FAIR-USE COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. 1)This video has no negative impact on the original works 2)This video is also for teaching and inspirational purposes. 3)It is not transformative in nature. Habits of The Wealthy does not own the rights to these images, videos, and audio files. They have, in accordance with fair use, been repurposed with the intent of educating and motivate others. However, if any content owners would like their images removed, please contact us at email@example.com ►About Les Brown: Les Brown (born February 17, 1945) is a motivational speaker, author, radio DJ, former television host, and former politician. As a politician, Les Brown is a former member of the Ohio House of Representatives. As a motivational speaker, Les Brown uses the catch phrase "it's possible!" and teaches people to follow their dreams as Les Brown learned to do. Les Brown was the host of The Les Brown Show. ►Les Brown was born with Les Brown's twin brother, Wesley, in an abandoned building in a low-income section of Miami, Florida. Les Brown was subsequently given up for adoption and adopted by Mamie Brown, a 38-year-old single woman who worked as a cafeteria attendant and domestic assistant. Les Brown was declared "educably mentally retarded" while in grade school. Despite the self-esteem issues this created, Les Brown learned how to reach his full potential with the encouragement of Les Brown's mother and assistance by a helpful teacher in high school, a key point in many motivational speeches Les Brown gives now.
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Title: Finance Client: IBM Agency: Ogilvy & Mather Director: Dan Gregoras, Ronnie Koff Production Company: Imaginary Forces Composer: Pulse Music Producer (Agency): Matt Bonin Copywriter: Lauren Costa GCD (Group Creative Director): Ryan Blank Snr. Art Director: Mike Lomanto ACD/AD: Denise Zurilgen Music Producer: Karl Westman Executive Producer (Agency): Lee Weiss
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Cali Love by Sabi - Feat. Tyga Get "Cali Love on iTunes:" http://SmartUrl.it/CaliLove Links: http://OfficialSabi.com Http://Facebook.com/SabiOfficial Http://Twitter.com/SabiSoundz
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LC Industries, the largest employer of visually impaired people in the U.S., has made a 12 million dollar gift toward the creation of a new state of the art Duke Eye Center. The gift was announced by Dr. Victor Dzau, Chancellor for Health Affairs at Duke, and CEO of Duke University Health System Although creation of this facility is ultimately subject to approval from the state of North Carolina. But if all goes as hoped for, a new eye center facility could be completed as early as 2013.
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Have A Heart Karen Anderson NTAF Southeast Heart Transplant Fund Gulfport, FL Dear Family and Friends, As some of you may already know, I was recently diagnosed with congestive heart failure. I lived much of my life in the Boston area, moved to Florida in 2001 and I am an avid sports fan. It has been a long and difficult journey for me, but as I reflect back on my life thus far, I am grateful for all that I have been given. I have always cherished my friendships and I have dedicated my life to taking care of my family, and although it is difficult, I am now calling on all of you for help. I have been informed by my doctors at Tampa General Hospital that my only chance for survival is a heart transplant. Funding this operation is a monumental task. Even with insurance, there will be many uninsured medically-related expenses, such as: co-pays and deductibles, doctor visits, travel to and from the transplant center, and the costly immunosuppressant medications that I will need to take for the rest of my life. This presents a challenge that I cannot meet without your help. To help offset some of these expenses, a fundraising campaign in my honor has been established with NTAF. NTAF is a nonprofit organization that has been assisting the transplant community for more than 28 years. All donations are tax-deductible and are administered by NTAF for transplant-related expenses only. Please consider making a donation: Make checks payable to: NTAF Southeast Heart Transplant Fund Note in memo section: In Honor of Karen Anderson Mail to: NTAF 150 N. Radnor Chester Road, Suite F-120 Radnor, PA 19087 For secure credit card donations: Call 800-642-8399 Thank you so much for your help and support during this difficult journey. Sincerely, Karen Anderson
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The parents of 13-year old Caitlin Teagart have decided to end her life, saying she can now do nothing but lay on the couch and whine about things being "gay." Subscribe to The Onion on YouTube: http://bit.ly/xzrBUA Like The Onion on Facebook: http://www.fb.com/theonion Follow The Onion on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/theonion
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Bauer Coslick, L.Ac. presents “10 Ways to Reduce Inflammation in the Body to Improve Longevity Through Acupuncture Practices” as the fourth and final lecture in the 2016 Encourage Health Education Series. Coslick discusses the healing effects of acupuncture and explain the science behind the medicine. Coslick is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist who is board certified in acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He maintains a state acupuncture license by the Composite State Board of Medical Examiners of Georgia. In addition to his private practice, Coslick works with the Anderson Cancer Institute’s Integrative Medical Program at Memorial Medical Center. He is pursuing a certification from the Institute of Functional Medicine with an emphasis on nutrition and nutrigenomics. When treating disease, he combines biomedical based medicine, using a functional medicine model, with eastern oriental medicine to understand the whole medical picture. When working with his patients, he explains the importance of diet, exercise and positive relationships in conjunction with his treatments. Coslick strives for each of his patients to improve their overall quality of life. Coslick received his bachelor of fine arts in medical and scientific illustration from the University of Georgia. He earned his master’s degree in acupuncture and oriental medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) in Portland, Ore. While in school, he interned at the OCOM Community Clinic, treating a variety of problems such as insomnia, IBS, chronic fatigue and acute and chronic pain. Coslick also trained at the Quest Center for Integrative Health where he specialized in breast cancer, HIV and immune system disorders. He went on to train with Memorial Sloan-Kettering in Integrative Oncology, which focused on the use of acupuncture to treat the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation as well as post-surgical issues such as pain and neuropathy. Enmarket’s 2016 series of wellness lectures is sponsored by Healthy Savannah, Sandfly Family Dental, Savannah Morning News, Savannah Magazine, Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. and GPB Savannah – WSVH 91.1/WWIO 89.9. For more information, visit http://enmarket.com/EncourageHealthSeries MORE INFORMATION ON THE ENCOURAGE HEALTH SERIES Enmarket’s 2016 series of wellness lectures is sponsored by Healthy Savannah, Sandfly Family Dental, Savannah Morning News, Savannah Magazine, Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. and GPB Savannah – WSVH 91.1/WWIO 89.9. The series features four presentations from experts sharing insights on nutrition, fitness and general tips for healthy living. Selected 501©3 nonprofit organizations are awarded a $1,000 grant from Encourage Health Education Sponsors and allotted an enmarket Dollar Day, along with a chance to win a grand prize at the end of the series. For more information, visit http://enmarket.com/EncourageHealthSeries ABOUT ENMARKET Founded as Interstate Stations in 1963 by Robert Demere, Enmark Stations, Inc., which recently rebranded as enmarket, is a family-run business committed to offering its customers top-notch service and superior products. Today, the Savannah-based company, which celebrated its 50-year anniversary in 2013, operates 61 stores in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. Enmarket’s mission is to Enrich Life! Stores offer freshly prepared food and healthy snacks, high-quality double filtered gasoline, beverages, lottery services and more. Enmarket customers can save up to $.10 per gallon by using the company’s Cash Card, a reloadable stored-value card that can be used directly at the pump. Coupons, promotions, and a location finder are available on the free mobile app. For more information on enmarket, please call 912-236-1331 or visit http://www.enmarket.com. Follow enmarket on Twitter at @enmarket_. CONTACT Matt Clements Director of Marketing enmarket MClements@enmarkstations.com MEDIA CONTACT Cynthia Wright Director of Communications Carriage Trade PR Cecilia Russo Marketing 912.856.9075 www.carriagetradepr.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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James Franco (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) and Kevin Nealon (Saturday Night Live alumnus and Showtime's Weeds) have joined Physicians Committee to work to pass the Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act. http://pcrm.org/media/online/feb2012/watch-james-franco-kevin-nealon-chimpanzees A recent landmark report from the Institute of Medicine found that chimpanzees are not needed to develop treatments for any human illnesses and supports the need for passage of the Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act. The bill would phase out chimpanzee experiments and release federally owned chimpanzees to permanent sanctuaries. It would also save taxpayers almost a third of a billion dollars over the next decade.
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