Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. The good news is, this disease is extremely treatable if caught early. Cleveland Clinic experts break down the 3 main types of skin cancer and how you can spot the signs of each.
Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:24 What does skin cancer look like? 0:49 What are the signs of skin cancer? 0:59 What are the types of skin cancer? 1:06 What is basal cell carcinoma? 1:35 What is squamous cell carcinoma? 1:52 What is melanoma? 2:26 When should you talk to your doctor about skin cancer?
This video demonstration contains the components necessary to perform a physical examination on a patient with a complaint related to their lumbar spine and hip region. At the beginning of the video, I will demonstrate the basic examination components of inspection, palpation and range of motion I will then show you special tests including Trendelenburg test (compensaved and uncompensated), Stork test (provocation of posterior elements of spine and lumbar nerve roots), straight leg raise (lumbar radiculopathy), Faber test (intraarticular hip and sacroiliac joint provocation) and Fadir test (femoroacetabular impingement).
Continuing the AMA’s “Look Forward/Look Back” series, AMA CXO Todd Unger talks with Meg Barron, the AMA’s vice president of digital health strategy, about the role of telehealth post-pandemic and a new program that can help practices optimize and expand their telehealth efforts.
Learning about multiple sclerosis can be intimidating. Let our experts walk you through the facts, the questions, and the answers to help you better understand this condition.
Video timeline: 0:24 What is multiple sclerosis? 1:15 Types of multiple sclerosis 1:29 Who gets multiple sclerosis/risk factors? 3:11 Multiple sclerosis symptoms 3:40 How is multiple sclerosis diagnosed? 4:39 Treatment options 5:29 Coping methods/ What now? 6:23 Ending
Vaginal yeast infections are very common, happening to over 1 million women in the United States each year. A type of vaginitis, a vaginal yeast infection is caused by a specific type of yeast called candida. You always have yeast in your body, but when it grows rapidly, you can get an infection.
Video timeline: 0:00 Intro 0:09 Get a prescription from your doctor 0:32 Try an over-the-counter anti-fungal cream 1:03 Does yogurt treat a yeast infection? 1:30 Does vinegar treat a yeast infection? 2:03 Should you try home remedies to treat yeast infections?
The tricuspid valve helps regulate blood flow in the heart. But when it isn’t working properly, a condition known as tricuspid regurgitation can occur. In this video, cardiac surgeon S. Christopher Malaisrie, MD and interventional cardiologist Charles J. Davidson, MD explain how tricuspid regurgitation is being treated in innovative new ways at Northwestern Medicine. For more information, visit http://heart.nm.org
Did you know that not getting enough zzz’s can actually make you hungrier? According to sleep scientist Matt Walker, the relationship between what you eat and your sleep is a two-way street. Here’s why understanding it can help you improve your overall health.
Sleep — we spend one-third of our lives doing it, but what exactly do we get out of it? And how can we do it better? In this TED series, sleep scientist Matt Walker uncovers the facts and secrets behind our nightly slumber. (Made possible with the support of Oura) Check out more episodes on TED.com: https://go.ted.com/sleepingwithscience
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