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CDC Video: Autoprueba del VIH: ¿Sabes cuál es tu estatus del VIH?

Autoprueba del VIH: ¿Sabes cuál es tu estatus del VIH?
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This video covers general information about free HIV self-tests in Spanish.

Published: 23rd Jul 2024 02:09:42   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: Update on Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H5N1) Virus for Clinicians

Update on Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A(H5N1) Virus for Clinicians
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Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) (H5N1) virus is widespread among wild birds and continues to cause outbreaks in poultry and spillover to mammals. In March 2024, HPAI A(H5N1) virus was detected in dairy cattle. During this COCA Call, presenters give an update on the current outbreak in the United States and current CDC surveillance and monitoring efforts; and provide information on testing, using antivirals, and infection prevention and control recommendations. This video can also be viewed at https://emergency.cdc.gov/coca/wmv/2024/071624_video.mp4

Published: 23rd Jul 2024 01:44:20   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: Reflections on CDC’s Historic Ebola Response in Sierra Leone

Reflections on CDC’s Historic Ebola Response in Sierra Leone
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Watch a reflection on the 2014-2016 Ebola outbreak and response in West Africa, and the public health capacities built in Sierra Leone over the last 10 years. Video transcript: https://www.cdc.gov/global-health/video/transcripts/EBOLA_Response_in_Sierra_Leone_transcript.docx This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/global-health/video/2024-07-18-ebola_response_in_sierra_leone/EBOLA_Response_in_Sierra_Leone_xxs.mp4

Published: 22nd Jul 2024 01:12:24   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: PMGR: Public Health Accreditation; National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

PMGR: Public Health Accreditation; National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
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Lecture 1: CDC Preventive Medicine resident, Stephanie Ajuzie, MD, MPH, described the Maryland Department of Health’s process to achieve reaccreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). Lecture 2: CDC Preventive Medicine resident, Jane Gwira Baumblatt, MD, MPH, FACP, presented a comprehensive overview of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), an initiative focused on assessing the health and nutritional status of both adults and children in the United States. She also provided a practical example of data analysis using the 2017-2018 Diabetes data collected by NHANES. For continuing education (CE) credits, visit CDC TRAIN https://www.train.org/main/home. Search for Applied Public Health Series - Dual Lectures: Public Health Accreditation and National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) (Webcast) – WC4441R-060524. CEs will be available after 7/9/2024 and expire 7/9/2026. Audio Description Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaP4YeGSzcE This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/prevmed/videos/pmgr-ajuzie-baumblatt-06-05-2024-lowres.mp4

Published: 19th Jul 2024 08:34:35   By: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

CDC Video: PMGR:Public Health Accreditation;National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey- Audio Description

PMGR:Public Health Accreditation;National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey- Audio Description
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Lecture 1: CDC Preventive Medicine resident, Stephanie Ajuzie, MD, MPH, described the Maryland Department of Health’s process to achieve reaccreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). Lecture 2: CDC Preventive Medicine resident, Jane Gwira Baumblatt, MD, MPH, FACP, presented a comprehensive overview of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), an initiative focused on assessing the health and nutritional status of both adults and children in the United States. She also provided a practical example of data analysis using the 2017-2018 Diabetes data collected by NHANES. For continuing education (CE) credits, visit CDC TRAIN https://www.train.org/main/home. Search for Applied Public Health Series - Dual Lectures: Public Health Accreditation and National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) (Webcast) – WC4441R-060524. CEs will be available after 7/9/2024 and expire 7/9/2026. This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/prevmed/videos/pmgr-ajuzie-baumblatt-06-05-2024-lowres-AD.mp4

Published: 19th Jul 2024 08:34:01   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: No aid without meeting standards of conduct!

No aid without meeting standards of conduct!
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Aidan O'Leary, WHO’s director for polio eradication, says that polio eradication, like all aid work, needs not only professional excellence, but for all workers to meet the highest standards of personal conduct. Since the late 1980s, the number of cases of polio has reduced from hundreds of thousands down to a handful every year. In this episode he talks about the importance of leadership and upholding professional standards in delivering his mission. We hear how important it is to win the acceptance, confidence and trust of parents and caregivers to allow vaccinators to enter homes and do their work. Working to the highest professional standards, including adhering to the WHO’s guidelines on the prevention of sexual abuse and misconduct, is critical. O’Leary also reflects on his time working in some of the world’s most protracted and complex emergency environments and talks about the importance of walking the talk - maintaining personal and professional accountability while on duty. 00:00 Introduction 01:25 Involvement in the polio eradication program 03:20 The importance of building trust 04:42 Professional standards are at the heart of polio eradication 09:46 How to lead in a complex emergency environment 14:22 The importance of personal accountability and self care

Published: 23rd Jul 2024 03:16:30   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: Climate change and health panel discussion from films of the Health for All Film Festival at ECTMIH

Climate change and health panel discussion from films of the Health for All Film Festival at ECTMIH
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WHO’s Health for All Film Festival (HAFF) with ECTMIH2023 in Utrecht, The Netherlands organised three lunchtime sessions in November 2023 at this European Congress on Global Health. - See timestamps below to access each chapter as you wish. Each session was the occasion to screen three short films from past HAFF editions and to have panel discussions on specific themes. It is an additional contribution to HAFF’s goal exploring health impact through film and using film for health education. This session was more precisely on Climate change and health with films about schizophrenia, anxiety, post-partum depression, usage of arts for better self-confidence. More information on the topic: https://www.who.int/health-topics/mental-health On health impact through film: https://www.who.int/initiatives/health-for-all-film-festival/films-health-impact and on the lunchtime sessions and ECTMIH: https://www.who.int/news-room/events/detail/2023/11/21/default-calendar/who-s-film-festival-at-the-13th-european-congress-on-global-health-(ectmih2023) Timestamps of films from HAFF selection in 2023: 08:15 - Gen Z Mental Health: Climate Stories, direct viewing at https://youtu.be/Thf13LGmALA 16:57 - The Speech of Txai Surui, direct viewing at https://youtu.be/Thf13LGmALA 20:57 - Mapping survival by Nacho Corbella (USA), direct viewing at https://youtu.be/Thf13LGmALA Timestamps of speakers: 00:00 - Dr Megan Milota, University Medical Center Utrecht - The Netherlands, specialized in global health, epidemiology (JB) and public health narratives and medical humanities (MM) 01:42 - Gilles Reboux, WHO's Health for All Film Festival leader. 28:59 - Dr Megan Milota, launch of panel discussion. 21:35 - Gilles Reboux, about the selection process at the Health for All Film Festival. 30:10 - Dr Francesca Racioppi, WHO Europe Head of Office, European Centre for Environment and Health 31:55 - Jürg Uttzinger, Director SwissTPH. 33:43 - Amrish Baidjoe, Director MSF, Médecins Sans Frontières Luxembourg 37:12 - Dr Santino Severoni, WHO Director, Department of Migrants Health 45:00 - Questions from the audience on mental disorders due to climate change. 46:53 - Dr Francesca Racioppi answers. 49:26 - Jürg Uttzinger about accountability of climate change effects. 50:36 - Amrish Baidjoe on same point as above. 53:20 - Dr Francesca Racioppi about positive messages in the films watched, especially the wealth of knowledge from indigenous people. 55:09 - Dr Megan Milota, conclusion.

Published: 23rd Jul 2024 08:47:22   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: WHO’s Science in 5 on Dementia: When to worry #shorts

WHO’s Science in 5 on Dementia: When to worry #shorts
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See the full episode here: https://youtu.be/oym8gSySu-A Is Dementia a normal part of ageing? Someone suffers from dementia every three seconds. What are the causes? Can we prevent it? Is there a cure? Dr Katrin Seeher explains in Science in 5.

Published: 22nd Jul 2024 08:25:00   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: WHO’s Science in 5 -- Dementia - 19 July 2024

WHO’s Science in 5 -- Dementia - 19 July 2024
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Episode #122 / July 19, 2024 / Dementia Is Dementia a normal part of ageing? Someone suffers from dementia every three seconds. What are the causes? Can we prevent it? Is there a cure? Dr Katrin Seeher explains in Science in 5. Closed Captioning is available for Science in 5 in several languages on YouTube. Links to playlists in other languages (not all episodes are in those playlists): Spanish: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6hS8Moik7ktt7QccOeLSyI1agc6yRHjj French: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiIQJ9sPqPFxQyKvHIVxI-mbiTsAI6Six 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

Published: 19th Jul 2024 02:51:41   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

World Health Organization Video: WHO's Global School on Refugee and Migrant Health: Exchanging Knowledge and Leveraging Experience

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Discover how the World Health Organization (WHO) is addressing the health needs and rights of refugees and migrants through its Global School on Refugee and Migrant Health. This flagship 5-day course, held annually in different WHO regions, brings together governments, UN agencies, researchers, NGOs, and civil society to share experiences, identify gaps, and pave the way for inclusive healthcare solutions. From 2020 to 2023, Global Schools were held in Switzerland, Jordan, Bangladesh, and Senegal, with Colombia hosting from 2-6 December 2024. Learn how this initiative supports global commitments like the Sustainable Development Goals and WHO's 2019-2030 Global action plan on promoting the health of refugees and migrants, ensuring no one is left behind in achieving health and well-being. More information: https://www.who.int/health-topics/refugee-and-migrant-health Registration details will be available soon through our website, visit: https://www.who.int/news-room/events/detail/2024/12/02/default-calendar/fifth-who-global-school-on-refugee-and-migrant-health

Published: 19th Jul 2024 09:16:05   By: World Health Organization (WHO)

Workout Exercise News: 5 Minute Plank Calories Burned

5 Minute Plank Calories Burned
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Planks, which we all know are effective, burn two and five calories per minute. They increase muscle and boost your metabolism, and at the same time, help to sustain higher levels of calorific burn during rest. 0:00 Thigh Tap Plank 0:48 Plank with Twist 1:33 Elevated Plank Walkout 2:19 Shoulder Tap 3:05 Lateral Elbow Plank Walk 3:50 Forward Arms Plank 4:36 Front Plank Walkout #abs #core #plank

Published: 23rd Jul 2024 12:27:43   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: The Best Bodyweight Exercises You Can Do at Home

The Best Bodyweight Exercises You Can Do at Home
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You can train at home without any equipment, practicing yoga poses and strength exercises in which your body weight is used for resistance. You can do this no-equipment bodyweight circuit in a small space. Here are 10 moves that work your entire body and raise your heart rate. 0:00 Sky Reach 0:47 Table Top Bridge 1:33 Cat Stretch 2:19 Abdominal Vacuum 3:05 Puppy Pose 3:51 Side to Side Knee 4:36 Hip Rotations 5:22 Sitting Side Stretch 6:07 Lying Butterfly 6:52 Pelvic Tilt #Bodyweight #Exercises #Home

Published: 22nd Jul 2024 03:11:08   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: How to Fix Flabby Arms

How to Fix Flabby Arms
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The fastest way to eliminate flabby arms is by doing exercises targeting the arms and upper body. It can be done using weights, bands, or even your body weight. 0:00 Circles Elbow Arm 0:53 Circles Arm 1:43 Push and Arms Crossover 2:34 Arms Flinging 3:24 Wrist Extensor 4:14 Inner Biceps Curl 5:05 BackHand Raise 5:55 Standing Kickback 6:46 Overhead Triceps Extension #arms #flabby #arm

Published: 21st Jul 2024 12:03:17   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: Lose Belly Fat and Flatten Your Tummy At Home

Lose Belly Fat and Flatten Your Tummy At Home
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Belly fat exercises: Consistent training and a low-calorie diet regime needs to be followed if you want flat abs. Here's an abs workout you can do at home: 0:00 Bottoms Up 0:43 Alternate Leg Raise 1:21 Rest 15 sec 1:36 Body Saw Plank 2:16 Reverse Plank on Elbows 2:53 Rest 15 sec 3:08 Russian Twist 3:48 Russian Twist (with ball) 4:26 Rest 15 sec 4:40 Front Plank Walkout 5:22 Opposite Crunch 5:59 Rest 15 sec 6:13 Quarter Sit Ups 6:53 Lying Scissors Cross 7:32 Rest 15 sec 7:45 V-up 8:27 Sit-Up (Straight Leg) #abs #belly #fat

Published: 19th Jul 2024 12:00:34   By: WORKOUT

Workout Exercise News: 10 Posture Correction Exercises

10 Posture Correction Exercises
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Good posture is important. Here are some tips and exercises to follow so you can improve your posture both in the workplace and at home. 0:00 W to Y Raises 0:43 Hyperextension with Towel 1:23 Hyperextension 2:04 Lying On Stomach Diamond Press 2:45 Around the World 3:25 Heel Glute Bridge 4:05 Lying On Stomach Lat Pulldown 4:46 Child Pose 5:27 Spine Backbend 6:07 Spine (Lumbar) Extension #Posture #Back #Spine #Exercises

Published: 18th Jul 2024 11:54:23   By: WORKOUT

Medicine Video: Mitral Valve Disease | FAQ

Mitral Valve Disease | FAQ
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Cardiothoracic surgeon at Johns Hopkins Suburban Hospital, Hanghang Wang, provides an overview of mitral valve disease, including the different types, symptoms, and treatment options. She also explains the benefits of mitral valve repair and some of the unique challenges faced by women with mitral valve disease. Suburban Hospital provides specialized cardiac care for patients with mitral valve disease. #MitralValveDisease #JohnsHopkins https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/heart-vascular-institute/about-us/locations/suburban-bethesda Meet Dr. Wang https://profiles.hopkinsmedicine.org/provider/Hanghang+Wang/2702573 FAQ 0:03 What are the most common types of mitral valve disease? 0:47 How is mitral valve disease diagnosed? What signs and symptoms are indicators? 1:41 How is mitral valve disease treated? 2:20 What are the benefits of mitral valve repair? 3:13 What are some of the unique challenges women face with the diagnosis and care of mitral valve disease? 4:46 How has your training and experience prepared you to offer specialized care at Suburban Hospital?

Published: 23rd Jul 2024 09:43:00   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: 10th Anniversary Annual Picnic 2024 | Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy

10th Anniversary Annual Picnic 2024 | Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy
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On June 1, 2024, the Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy team hosted their 10th Anniversary Annual Family Picnic. More than 500 people joined in this celebration and shared their gratitude for the care they received. Watch this uplifting video as patients share their journey and experiences with the Johns Hopkins Center for Fetal Therapy. #FetalTherapy #JohnsHopkins https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/gynecology-obstetrics/specialty-areas/fetal-therapy

Published: 10th Jul 2024 06:56:52   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: MLB Umpires, Oriole Bird Hit a Home Run at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center

MLB Umpires, Oriole Bird Hit a Home Run at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center
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UMPS CARE Charities and the Baltimore Orioles mascot, the Oriole Bird, visited Johns Hopkins Children’s Center on June 12, 2024, to participate in their annual Build-A-Bear Workshop. Patients chose from a variety of stuffed animals, including monkeys and bears, which they could dress and accessorize. We extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone from UMPS CARE Charities for their visit to the Children’s Center.

Published: 5th Jul 2024 07:43:51   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: Hopkins Virtual Ophthalmology Curriculum (HOVC) | Dr. Ian C. Han - Retina Specialist

Hopkins Virtual Ophthalmology Curriculum (HOVC) | Dr. Ian C. Han - Retina Specialist
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Dr. Han is Director of the Retina Service and Associate Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the University of Iowa. In his talk titled "Finding the Real: Mentorship and Friendship in Medicine," Dr. Han presents a series of stories that relate to clinical ophthalmology, historical events, and the importance of mentorship and friendship throughout one's career. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/wilmer/education/hopkins-virtual-ophthalmology-curriculum #WilmerEye #JohnsHopkins #OphthalmologyEducation

Published: 2nd Jul 2024 02:59:31   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Medicine Video: Healthy Insights that Matter: Know the Signs of Peripheral Arterial Disease

Healthy Insights that Matter: Know the Signs of Peripheral Arterial Disease
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An estimated 8 million Americans are affected by peripheral arterial disease, also known as peripheral artery disease (PAD). This condition can cause leg discomfort when walking or more serious problems such as pain in the foot at rest, toe ulcers, toe infections and gangrene. In this month’s podcast, moderator Lillie Shockney is joined by vascular surgeon Dr. Rebecca Marmor, an assistant professor who specializes in the open and endovascular treatment of a wide range of vascular conditions.

Published: 1st Jul 2024 12:36:20   By: Johns Hopkins Medicine

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