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CDC Video: NIOSH On-Site Assessment at a 3D Printing Manufacturing Company

NIOSH On-Site Assessment at a 3D Printing Manufacturing Company
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Discover how the NIOSH Nanotechnology Research Center (NTRC) conducts free on-site assessments of workplaces concerned with employee exposures to engineered nanomaterials and 3D printer emissions. In this video, explore how NIOSH helped a 3D manufacturing company grow from a startup in rental space into a global company while prioritizing employee safety. Don’t miss this inside look at how NIOSH partners with industry to help protect employees from potential health hazards. For more information on NIOSH on-site assessments, visit: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/nano/field/ This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/video/lo-res/NTRC/NTRC_3D_Printing_Startup_LoRes.mp4

Published: 13th Jun 2024 01:57:50   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: Graphene & Worker Safety – A NIOSH and Garmor Partnership

Graphene & Worker Safety – A NIOSH and Garmor Partnership
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Discover how the NIOSH Nanotechnology Research Center (NTRC) conducts free on-site assessments of workplaces concerned with employee exposures to engineered nanomaterials. In this video, employees from Garmor, a graphene manufacturing company, share their experiences working with the NIOSH on-site assessment field team. Find out what changes were made at their facility to minimize graphene exposures and enhance worker safety. Don’t miss this inside look at how NIOSH partners with industry to help protect employees from potential health hazards. For more information on NIOSH on-site assessments, visit: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/nano/field/ This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/video/lo-res/NTRC/NTRC_Garmor_Partnership_v051324_LoRes.mp4

Published: 13th Jun 2024 01:49:40   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: Fostering a Safe, Supportive Work Environment | Impact Wellbeing Workshop Session 2

Fostering a Safe, Supportive Work Environment | Impact Wellbeing Workshop Session 2
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In this session, learn how Actions 3 and 4, Break Down Barriers for Help-Seeking and Communicating Your Commitment to Professional Wellbeing, help establish a safe, supportive work environment by removing barriers to help-seeking and encouraging two-way communication. Action 3 helps hospital leaders review and update stigmatizing mental health questions on hospital credentialing applications, while Action 4 encourages consistent, transparent communication to make healthcare workers aware of professional wellbeing efforts and allow them to provide feedback. (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_Webinar_Session_2_5.7.24_LoRes.mp4

Published: 13th Jun 2024 01:46:27   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: Training supervisors to help reduce burnout among public health workers

Training supervisors to help reduce burnout among public health workers
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This webinar is part of the NIOSH Total Worker Health® Webinar Series. Burnout is a real concern among public health professionals. This webinar explores the development of a free, web-based training to address this growing issue. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) developed a training for supervisors to better prevent and address burnout among those they lead. This new training is called “Understanding and Preventing Burnout among Public Health Workers: Guidance for Public Health Leaders.” In this webinar, Chris Cunningham, PhD, Kristen Jennings Black, PhD, and Emily Novicki, MPH, MA, will introduce background on why this training was developed, who developed the training, and the evidence base behind the content. Listeners will learn how they can benefit from the content and practical tools provided in the full training. There is a moderated Q&A session at the end of the webinar. This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/video/lo-res/TWH-Webinar/TWH_Reducing_Burnout_PHW_LoRes.mp4

Published: 13th Jun 2024 01:38:31   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: Clean Slate Launch of CDC.gov

Clean Slate Launch of CDC.gov
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CDC is prioritizing clear, effective communication, and today, we are launching our new website! We designed this site with you – the people using our website - in mind. We have focused on a better user experience – so that it’s easier for you to find the information you want. This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/about/cdcdirector/videos/clean-slate/clean-slate.mp4

Published: 12th Jun 2024 12:28:27   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Health Video: New study finds giving kids peanut products could prevent allergies

New study finds giving kids peanut products could prevent allergies
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In today’s Health Alert, many parents avoid giving infants and young children peanut products for fear of a serious allergic reaction, but new research suggests this actually might help prevent them.

Published: 29th May 2024 09:54:46   By: WXYZ-TV Detroit | Channel 7

Health Video: University of Pennsylvania creates MRNA bird flu vaccine

University of Pennsylvania creates MRNA bird flu vaccine
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Penn Medicine says it has created a human bird flu vaccine on the same platform as its COVID-19 vaccine.

Published: 29th May 2024 03:12:21   By: 6abc Philadelphia

Health Video: CDC warns of Bird Flu

CDC warns of Bird Flu
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The CDC says it's preparing for a possible increased risk of Bird Flu to human health as the virus continues to spread among cattle. Stay in the know with WPRI 12 News. Local news, weather, sports, and award winning investigative journalism coverage you can count on on this YouTube channel, TV, mobile app, our social channels and WPRI.com. https://wpri.com https://www.facebook.com/WPRI12/ https://twitter.com/wpri12 https://www.instagram.com/wpri12

Published: 29th May 2024 08:55:38   By: WPRI

Health Video: Disaster proclamation in Iowa: Bird flu detected in mass flock

Disaster proclamation in Iowa: Bird flu detected in mass flock
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Bird flu detected in mass flock Subscribe to KETV on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1emyaD5 Get more Omaha news: http://www.ketv.com Like us: http://facebook.com/ketv7 Follow us: http://twitter.com/KETV Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ketv7/

Published: 29th May 2024 11:38:24   By: KETV NewsWatch 7

Health Video: Alabama sees first case of rare blood-borne mosquito virus, also seen in Florida

Alabama sees first case of rare blood-borne mosquito virus, also seen in Florida
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The mosquito-spread virus, Dengue, has already been reported in the nation for the first half of 2024 in numbers that rival the entirety of 2023, and now, according to the CDC, it’s in Alabama too.

Published: 30th May 2024 12:15:34   By: WDHN

World Health Organization Video: LIVE: Media briefing on global health issues with Dr Tedros

LIVE: Media briefing on global health issues with Dr Tedros
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Published: 12th Jun 2024 02:57:58   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: How Sexual Exploitation is Fuelled by Economic Interests

How Sexual Exploitation is Fuelled by Economic Interests
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Dr Jasmine Westendorf, Associate Professor at La Trobe University in Australia, shares some of her findings about sexual exploitation and abuse perpetrated by peacekeepers and aid workers in humanitarian operations. In this episode, Dr Westendorf discusses the economic interests that lead to exploitation - and how this can have a lasting impact on a community even when the peace operation moves out. We hear about the false premise of consent in transactional sex, and the long-term effects it has on individuals, communities and trust in the very organisations there to support them. Dr Westendorf talks about the importance of community involvement in responding to exploitation and abuse. She also emphasises the need for further research on prevention and the particular vulnerabilities of different population groups. Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 02:20 Dr Westendorf’s Research Findings on Sexual Exploitation 05:49 The Impact on Local Communities and Economies 09:26 The Challenges in Addressing Sexual Misconduct 14:21 The Role of Local Communities in Prevention 19:47 The Need For Further Research 22:27 Practicising Self-Care and Avoiding Vicarious Trauma

Published: 11th Jun 2024 10:57:22   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: WHO’s Science in 5 on UV Radiation #shorts

WHO’s Science in 5 on UV Radiation #shorts
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Did you know that putting on your sunglasses is one of the ways to protect your eyes from cataract ? Learn about ways to protect yourself from UV radiation from Dr Cornelia Baldermann, Scientific Senior Consultant, at the German Federal Office for Radiation Protection. Dr Baldermann explains where UV radiation comes from and how it impact our health in Science in 5. Watch the full episode: https://youtu.be/5GyDXBryymY

Published: 7th Jun 2024 12:56:02   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: WHO’s Science in 5: UV Radiation

WHO’s Science in 5: UV Radiation
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Science in 5/ Episode# 119/ June 7, 2024/ UV Radiation Did you know that putting on your sunglasses is one of the ways to protect your eyes from cataract ? Learn about ways to protect yourself from UV radiation from Dr Cornelia Baldermann, Scientific Senior Consultant, at the German Federal Office for Radiation Protection. Dr Baldermann explains where UV radiation comes from and how it impact our health in Science in 5. Closed Captioning is available for Science in 5 in several languages on YouTube. Links to subtitled/dubbed versions: Spanish: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6hS8Moik7ktt7QccOeLSyI1agc6yRHjj Portuguese: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6hS8Moik7kux2qXeA0jHCNyK4GVorTJM Thai: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9S6xGsoqIBXRQzSDOfFb13iPrbL8fgy1 Nepali: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv3LbY_wohnNmC0c5yAjlyYO-AsKynshD Maithili: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv3LbY_wohnOzLMPfIg4evuGnNUifuaXX Bahasa: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLekyghuTrqcaanPy2F-LiW368Emsg1A2J Japanese: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgEqwWIGjsAZo9LPFBqDVwk-PjY1dJ9_O Tetum: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDj7fL7ecKij-CD-4DBTzPwg_tnFUOowt French: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiIQJ9sPqPFxQyKvHIVxI-mbiTsAI6Six

Published: 7th Jun 2024 12:55:38   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: Sécurité sanitaire des aliments : Le Codex Alimentarius dans la république de Maurice

Sécurité sanitaire des aliments : Le Codex Alimentarius dans la république de Maurice
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Destinée aux consommateurs et aux entreprises du secteur alimentaire de Maurice, cette vidéo présente le Codex Alimentarius et son rôle dans la protection de la santé des consommateurs et la promotion de l’accès au commerce équitable. Il souligne l'importance des normes, textes et directives du Codex et explique comment Maurice promeut la sécurité sanitaire des aliments à travers son engagement dans les travaux du Codex. La vidéo décrit les rôles du point de contact national du Codex de Maurice et du Comité National du Codex, composé des principales parties prenantes nationales des secteurs public et privé, dans la participation aux travaux internationaux du Codex. Plus d'information : https://www.who.int/fr/health-topics/food-safety https://www.fao.org/fao-who-codexalimentarius/home/fr/

Published: 7th Jun 2024 12:39:37   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

Workout Exercise News: I Do This Every Morning After Waking Up

I Do This Every Morning After Waking Up
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We stretch in the morning to help our brain and body “wake up” after a night of resting by increasing blood flow and oxygen to our muscles. 00:00 Lying Butterfly 00:48 Lying Side Twist 1:33 Lying Leg Circle 2:19 Adductor Stretch 3:05 Happy Baby Pose 3:49 Abdominal Stretch 4:36 Cobra Yoga Pose 5:21 Y-Raises 6:05 Rocking Frog Stretch 6:51 Seated Wide Side Adduction 7:36 Seated Neck Side Stretch 8:17 Lotus Pose Hip Horizontal Rotation 8:57 Sitting Lotus Side Stretch 9:38 Butterfly Yoga Pose #morning #wakeup #stretches

Published: 12th Jun 2024 12:24:58   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: The Best Abs Workout - The Only 9 Exercises You Need to Get a Six-Pack

The Best Abs Workout - The Only 9 Exercises You Need to Get a Six-Pack
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Want a strong core? Make it happen with exercises – no equipment required. 00:00 scissors 00:43 quarter crunch 1:24 alternate toe tap lift 2:02 rest 30 sec 2:35 hip roll plank 3:15 plank side walk 3:56 mountain climber (shoulder tap) 4:34 rest 30 sec 5:07 lying tuck up-knee 5:47 v-hold 6:28 elbow to knee R 7:08 elbow to knee L #abs #sixpack #6pack

Published: 11th Jun 2024 01:01:20   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: Do This Every Morning 8 min

Do This Every Morning 8 min
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These heart-pumping morning workout routines will boost your metabolism and supercharge your body in just minutes. Get all-day energy! 00:00 Floor Hyperextension 00:44 Crab Pose Stretch 1:24 Ab Twist 2:04 Front Kick in Place (Arm Circles) 2:45 Rear Fly Stepback 3:25 Side Jump Twist 4:06 Duck Side Punch 4:46 Tip Toe Knees 5:27 Touchdown 6:07 Up-Down 6:48 Hamstring Stretch 7:28 Walking #morning #loseweight #weightloss Track: Arcando - In My Head (feat. Britt Lari) [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vS9ZlY4FzM Free Download / Stream: https://ncs.io/InMyHead

Published: 10th Jun 2024 12:35:03   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: Try These ABS Exercises

Try These ABS Exercises
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Abdominal exercises are a type of strength exercise that affect the abdominal muscles (colloquially known as the stomach muscles or "abs"). Follow this abs workout video, where you can find a range of workout routines to suit you, whether your aim is to lose weight, improve your overall fitness, or de-stress: 00:00 Lying Tuck-up 00:38 Side Plank Raise Crunch L 1:14 Side Plank Raise Crunch R 1:50 Plank Jack Side with Towel 2:25 Elevated Cycling 3:01 Lying Scissors Cross 3:37 Air Bike 4:11 Crunch Floor 4:47 Sit-up (Elbow to Knee) 5:23 Oblique Crunches L 5:59 Oblique Crunches R 6:34 Camel Stretching #abs #fat #belly

Published: 9th Jun 2024 12:42:55   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: Do These Exercises to Get a Toned ABS

Do These Exercises to Get a Toned ABS
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This 5-minute abs workout focuses on strengthening and toning your stomach muscles. 00:00 Lying Obliques Crunch R 00:38 Lying Obliques Crunch L 1:13 Russian Twist Plus 1:49 Twisting Crunch 2:25 V-Sit Cross Punch 3:00 Twisting Crunch Straight Arms 3:35 V-up Clap 4:11 Tuck Crunch 4:47 Russian Twist #abs #belly #stomach

Published: 7th Jun 2024 11:51:22   By: WORKOUT

Medicine Video: Blalock-Taussig-Thomas Heart Center Research Day Presentation - Jenny E. Schramm, M.D.

Blalock-Taussig-Thomas Heart Center Research Day Presentation - Jenny E. Schramm, M.D.
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Pediatric cardiac intensivist Jennifer Schramm discusses her research on CCN proteins in patients with pediatric hypertension. This topic was presented during Blalock-Taussig-Thomas Heart Center Research Day at Johns Hopkins. #ChildrensHealth #ForTheKids https://hopkinschildrens.org/heart-research

Published: 12th Jun 2024 03:08:22   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: Blalock-Taussig-Thomas Heart Center Research Day Presentation – Kristopher Keppel

Blalock-Taussig-Thomas Heart Center Research Day Presentation  – Kristopher Keppel
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In this video, Kristopher Keppel, a Johns Hopkins School of Medicine medical student, discusses his research on dark-blood delayed enhancement imaging. This topic was presented during Blalock-Taussig-Thomas Heart Center Research Day at Johns Hopkins. #ChildrensHealth #ForTheKids https://www.hopkinschildrens.org/heart-research

Published: 11th Jun 2024 03:06:57   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: Super-Chilled Brain Cell Molecules Reveal How Epilepsy Drug Works

Super-Chilled Brain Cell Molecules Reveal How Epilepsy Drug Works
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By super cooling a molecule on the surface of brain cells, scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine say they have determined how a widely-used epilepsy drug works to dampen the excitability of brain cells and help to control, although not cure, seizures. To study the mechanism, the researchers turned to cryo-electron microscopy, or cryoEM, which has evolved in the last two decades as a powerful tool to study structures a million times smaller than the width of a human hair. The research identifies critical connections between activity of the epilepsy drug perampanel and the resulting movements of a brain cell surface molecule known as the AMPA receptor. The AMPA receptor plays a critical role for one of the most abundant neurotransmitters in the brain — glutamate — which activates brain cells, or neurons, by connecting with the receptor. The scientists used artificial intelligence and machine learning tools to average and combine the cryoEM images into a 3D reconstruction of the receptor. The video shows the structure of the AMPA receptor, how glutamate (green) and the epilepsy drug/inhibitor (pink) connect with the receptor and its ion channels.

Published: 6th Jun 2024 02:14:29   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: Guide to Uploading Documents to eIRB

Guide to Uploading Documents to eIRB
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Video tutorial on how to upload documents to eIRB. This tutorial includes instructions on how to add new documents, how to update revised documents, and how to accept track changes for documents that require a clean copy. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/institutional-review-board

Published: 4th Jun 2024 02:45:52   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: Soccer Warm-up Exercises | Plyometrics

Soccer Warm-up Exercises | Plyometrics
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Plyometrics is a type of exercise that uses both speed and power to improve your physical performance. For soccer players, these exercises help with explosive movements, jumping ability and speed. #Plyometrics #JohnsHopkins #SoccerWarmUp Plyometric warm-ups are part of a set of exercises, which are all described at https://hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/soccer-warmups-to-prepare-for-your-game

Published: 4th Jun 2024 02:11:56   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

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