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Health insurers increasingly use prior authorization to review care decisions. This leads to delays and administrative burden. Policy fixes are addressing the problem.
Health Insurance News: How Health Insurance ‘Prior Authorization’ Works. And How To Fix It

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CDC Video: Introduction to Improving Healthcare Worker Wellbeing | Impact Wellbeing Workshop Session 1

Introduction to Improving Healthcare Worker Wellbeing | Impact Wellbeing Workshop Session 1
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In this session, learn how the first two Actions, Reviewing Your Hospital’s Operations, and Building Your Professional Wellbeing Team, help establish the foundation for wellbeing work at your hospital. Action 1 helps form a baseline summary of efforts already underway so you don't duplicate energy and resources, while Action 2 keeps professional wellbeing centered in your hospital's operations without putting the work on one position or department. (https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/impactwellbeing/) This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/video/lo-res/well-being/Impact_Wellbeing_Workshop_Series_1_LoRes.mp4

Published: 17th May 2024 01:06:15   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: Welcome to the New CDC.gov!

Welcome to the New CDC.gov!
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A tour of the new CDC.gov with details on new ways to navigate the site.

Published: 16th May 2024 02:26:59   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: CDC Vital Signs: Health-Related Social Needs Can Keep Women from Getting Lifesaving Mammograms

CDC Vital Signs: Health-Related Social Needs Can Keep Women from Getting Lifesaving Mammograms
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Getting screening mammograms regularly can help find breast cancer early when it is easier to treat. But women face challenges to getting regular mammograms. The April issue of CDC Vital Signs has more about what can be done to help more women get lifesaving mammograms. This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/video/vitalsigns/mammogram/vs-mammograms-low-res.mp4

Published: 15th May 2024 02:02:51   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: Firearm Injury and Violence Prevention AD

Firearm Injury and Violence Prevention AD
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CDC’s Division of Violence Prevention is committed to decreasing firearm-related injury and death with a public health approach. Firearm injury and death is preventable– not inevitable– and everyone has a role in prevention. To learn more about preventing firearm injury and death, visit CDC’s firearm injury and violence prevention pages. This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/videos/DVP-FA-Definition-Video-SD-AD.mp4

Published: 15th May 2024 01:29:05   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: Firearm Injury and Violence Prevention

Firearm Injury and Violence Prevention
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CDC’s Division of Violence Prevention is committed to decreasing firearm-related injury and death with a public health approach. Firearm injury and death is preventable– not inevitable– and everyone has a role in prevention. To learn more about preventing firearm injury and death, visit CDC’s firearm injury and violence prevention pages. This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/videos/DVP-FA-Definition-Video-SD.mp4

Published: 15th May 2024 01:27:47   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Health Video: Bird flu cases in the US

Bird flu cases in the US
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Over 40 cattle herds across the country have confirmed cases of the H5N1 virus, also called bird flu.

Published: 19th May 2024 12:12:19   By: KTSM 9 NEWS

Health Video: Warmer weather brings more bugs: How to prevent tick bites

Warmer weather brings more bugs: How to prevent tick bites
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Warmer weather brings more bugs: How to prevent tick bites Subscribe to KCCI on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/QY3wuM Get more Des Moines news: http://www.kcci.com Like us: http://facebook.com/kcci8 Follow us: http://twitter.com/KCCINews Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kcci8/

Published: 19th May 2024 10:49:41   By: KCCI

Health Video: How a Medical Mystery in Guam Led to a New Approach to Alzheimer’s Disease

How a Medical Mystery in Guam Led to a New Approach to Alzheimer’s Disease
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As part of his reporting for “The Last Alzheimer’s Patient” documentary, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta travels to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to learn more about an ethnobotanist’s audacious theory on treating Alzheimer’s disease. After Dr. Paul Cox, founder of the nonprofit Brain Chemistry Labs, discovered the source of a mysterious neurodegenerative disease afflicting people in Guam, those clues led him to a novel way of thinking about Alzheimer’s and a simple amino acid called L-serine. His novel theory and possible treatment are now being tested in Mild Cognitive Impairment patients at Houston Methodist. Watch the full documentary on CNN’s “The Whole Story” premiering on May 19 at 8p ET/PT and streaming on MAX on June 18. #cnn #News #health

Published: 17th May 2024 04:47:01   By: CNN

Health Video: Ultraprocessed foods especially bad for kids, study finds

Ultraprocessed foods especially bad for kids, study finds
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A study published in Jama Network Open says children who eat ultraprocessed foods are more likely to have significant health problems as adults.

Published: 20th May 2024 02:43:06   By: WCCO - CBS Minnesota

Health Video: New COVID-19 variant could cause summer surge | FOX 13 Seattle

New COVID-19 variant could cause summer surge | FOX 13 Seattle
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A new round of COVID-19 variants are putting health officials on high alert, especially with summer quickly approaching. (Credit: Madeleine Rivera, FOX News) Subscribe to FOX 13 Seattle: https://www.youtube.com/c/fox13seattle?sub_confirmation=1 Watch FOX 13 Seattle Live: https://www.fox13seattle.com/live FOX 13 Seattle is Western Washington's source for breaking news, weather, traffic, politics and sports. Download the FOX 13 Seattle News App: https://q13fox.onelink.me/PeGO/7e4d2af8 Download the FOX 13 Seattle Weather App: https://jckig.app.link/dlUcXuM2Peb Subscribe to FOX 13 Seattle newsletters: https://www.fox13seattle.com/newsletters Follow FOX 13 Seattle on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fox13seattle Follow FOX 13 Seattle on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@fox13seattle Follow FOX 13 Seattle on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fox13seattle Follow FOX 13 Seattle on Twitter: https://twitter.com/fox13seattle

Published: 18th May 2024 04:55:02   By: FOX 13 Seattle

World Health Organization Video: Cancer : "Le voyage de l'espoir" - GRAND PRIX 2021 du Festival du Film "Santé pour tous" de l'OMS

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"Le voyage de l'espoir" raconte l'histoire vraie de Sapna, une fillette de 10 ans vivant sous le seuil de pauvreté dans le nord-ouest de l'Inde et atteinte de leucémie. Ce court-métrage a obtenu en 2021 un "GRAND PRIX" à la 2ème édition du Festival du Film "Santé pour Tous" par l'Organisation Mondiale de la Santé, dans la catégorie "Meilleure santé et Bien-être". C'est un film réalisé par Jorik Dozy (Pays-Bas) et Sean Lin (Malaisie) avec en bande son la chanson "Flags" de SYML. Sapna et de nombreux autres patients atteints de cancer prennent un train de nuit pendant huit heures pour se rendre à un hôpital où le traitement est abordable. La région fait face à une croissance si rapide du nombre de patients atteints de cancer qu'elle est connue comme la capitale du cancer de l'Inde. Des études indiquent que l'utilisation excessive de pesticides sur les cultures vivrières en est la principale cause. Plus d'infos sur le festival du film "Santé pour tous" de l'OMS : https://www.who.int/fr/initiatives/the-health-for-all-film-festival

Published: 16th May 2024 12:53:46   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: World No Tobacco Day 2024: Youth step in and speak out #TobaccoExposed

World No Tobacco Day 2024: Youth step in and speak out #TobaccoExposed
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World No Tobacco Day 2024 will give a platform to young people across the world, who are urging governments to shield them from predatory tobacco marketing tactics. The industry targets youth for a lifetime of profits, creating a new wave of addiction. Children are using e-cigarettes at rates higher than adults in all regions and globally an estimated 37 million youth aged 13–15 years use tobacco. More information: https://www.who.int/campaigns/world-no-tobacco-day/2024

Published: 15th May 2024 02:13:33   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: Marcel Hug, Swiss paralympic wheelchair racer, at WHO's Walk the Talk 2024! (26 May)

Marcel Hug, Swiss paralympic wheelchair racer, at WHO
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Swiss Paralympic wheelchair racer, world champion Marcel Hug, announces his participation in the 5th WHO Walk the Talk: Health for All Challenge event on Sunday 26 May 2024 in Geneva. More information: https://www.who.int/news-room/events/detail/2024/05/26/default-calendar/walk-the-talk-geneva-2024

Published: 15th May 2024 12:55:17   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: Language: the power to Heal and Harm

Language: the power to Heal and Harm
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Ellie Kemp is the strategic partnership director of the humanitarian linguistic organization, Clear Global. In this episode, Ellie talks about how language is tied up with power dynamics, and how this is amplified within the aid system. In an Anglo-centric sector, professional standards and official documentation are developed in English, reflecting a certain worldview. Ellie says this hinders communication and access to resources for affected communities. Crucially it also affects the reporting and prevention of sexual misconduct, as survivors may not be able to communicate their experiences as effectively and coherently as their abusers. Ellie talks about successful initiatives used to break down barriers, including listening stations to allow people to provide feedback in their own language, and developing glossaries in multiple languages. She also says AI language technology has the potential for improving communication, providing work is done to assist machine learning of marginalised languages. 00:00 - Introduction 03:28 - Understanding the power dynamics of language in the humanitarian aid sector 08:46 - The impact of language on reporting sexual misconduct 10:06 - The challenge of complex terminology in the prevention of sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment 13:09 - Successful initiatives to overcome language barriers

Published: 14th May 2024 01:30:45   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: WHO Results Report 2023 is out!

WHO Results Report 2023 is out!
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The report showcases achievement of key public health milestones, even amid greater global humanitarian health needs driven by conflict, climate change and disease outbreaks. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3UNM8vp

Published: 14th May 2024 12:53:11   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

Workout Exercise News: Stretching Exercises At Home

Stretching Exercises At Home
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00:00 Puppy Pose 00:47 Kneeling Child Pose 1:33 Kneeling Neck Extension 2:19 Kneeling Lat Stretch 3:40 T-Spine stretch 5:00 Spine Stretch 5:46 Leg Stretch 7:07 Single Leg Stretch 8:28 Sky Reach 9:13 Pike to Cobra #stretch #flexibility #stretching

Published: 19th May 2024 02:09:27   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: Do These Exercises!

Do These Exercises!
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Discover free stretching videos to enhance flexibility, boost overall wellness, and reduce muscle tension for a balanced, healthy, and active lifestyle. 00:00 Lying Butterfly 00:48 Heel Glute Bridge 1:34 Side Twist 2:19 Open Book 3:05 Lying Prone Stretch 3:50 Dead Bug 4:36 Side Quad Stretch 5:21 Single Leg Stretch 6:07 Glute Stretch 6:52 Hip Rotations #stretch #flexibility #morning

Published: 18th May 2024 12:53:35   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: How to Get Wider Shoulders (Posture Correction)

How to Get Wider Shoulders (Posture Correction)
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Your shoulder muscles form the outer shape of the shoulder and underarm. They aid in movement and help protect and maintain the shoulder joint. The main cause of hunched shoulders is poor posture. Here are our experts' top tips, exercises, and stretches to try if rounded shoulders are causing you pain, discomfort, or posture problems: 00:00 Military Press 00:37 Lateral Raises 1:13 Reverse Fly 1:50 Scapula push-up 2:25 Reverse Fly Plank 3:01 Seated Shoulder Flexor 3:36 Y-Raises 4:12 Scapular Retraction 4:47 A-Raises 5:23 T-Raises 5:59 W-to-Y Raises #shoulder #posture #delts

Published: 17th May 2024 12:26:31   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: Fix Bad Posture and Strengthen Your Back!

Fix Bad Posture and Strengthen Your Back!
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Follow these tips to maintain and improve your posture. What is posture? Your posture is the natural way you hold your body. 00:00 Prone Y-Raises 00:48 Fly 1:33 Around the World 2:19 Swimmer 3:04 Rear Fly 3:50 Pvc Good Morning 4:35 Scapula Dips 5:21 Scapular Retraction 6:07 Scapula Wall Slides #posture #back #muscles

Published: 16th May 2024 11:37:54   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: 5 Minute Morning Stretch Guide

5 Minute Morning Stretch Guide
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00:00 Prone Neck Extension 00:48 Neck Extension 1:34 Seated Neck Side Stretch 2:19 Sitting Diagonal Side Stretch 3:05 Rotations 3:51 Lotus Pose Hip Horizontal Rotation 4:36 Seated Neck Stretch Track: Daniel Levi - Clown Around [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: http://ncs.lnk.to/clownaroundAT/youtube Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/clownaround #stretch #stretches #yoga

Published: 14th May 2024 12:44:27   By: WORKOUT

Medicine Video: Understanding and Treating Craniosynostosis

Understanding and Treating Craniosynostosis
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Watch Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Eric Jackson provide an overview of craniosynostosis and discuss current treatment options for infants and children. #Craniosynostosis #JohnsHopkins https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neurology-neurosurgery/specialty-areas/pediatric-neurosurgery

Published: 20th May 2024 12:56:20   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: Gift of Life: Unraveling the Organ Donation Journey

Gift of Life: Unraveling the Organ Donation Journey
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Every 10 minutes, another name is added to the national organ transplant waiting list. Each day, 21 people die from lack of a transplant. Watch Andrew Cameron, surgeon-in-chief of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, discuss the process of and reasons why one should consider organ donation. #OrganDonation #JohnsHopkins https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/transplant

Published: 20th May 2024 12:28:12   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: Clinical Research for a Healthier Tomorrow: A Family Shares Their Story

Clinical Research for a Healthier Tomorrow: A Family Shares Their Story
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This video discusses the importance of clinical research and gives insight into participating in clinical research, from the viewpoint of a Principle Investigator, Research Staff, a Research Participant and their Mother. #FoodAllergies #JohnsHopkins #ClinicalTrials

Published: 17th May 2024 06:33:17   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: Wendy Chen M.D.| Gender Affirming Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Wendy Chen M.D.| Gender Affirming Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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Wendy Chen is a board-certified breast reconstructive & gender affirming plastic and reconstructive surgeon practicing at Sibley Memorial Hospital. Her clinical expertise includes hand and wrist surgery and breast reconstruction, including post-mastectomy, as well as gender affirming top surgeries. #GenderAffirminCare #JohnsHopkins Meet Dr. Wendy Chen https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/plastic-reconstructive-surgery/our-teams/wendy-chen

Published: 17th May 2024 06:04:49   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: Johns Hopkins Global Surgery | May 2024 Journal Club | Concerning Global Trends of C-Section Rates

Johns Hopkins Global Surgery | May 2024 Journal Club | Concerning Global Trends of C-Section Rates
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This month, the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Surgery (JHCGS) features Dr. David Ntirushwa and Dr. Victor Mivumbi, expert obstetricians/gynecologists from Rwanda. They discuss the rising trend of cesarean section rates and the impact on maternal health. #GlobalSurgery #JohnsHopkins #Obstetrics #Gynecology #WomensHealth #GlobalHealth https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/surgery/global-surgery/ Moderated by Ian Wong

Published: 17th May 2024 12:47:40   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

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