I can tell you from my personal experience about the disease of malaria because I’ve been raised in India. And I got this disease when I was a young child for about seven times, and it was always during summertime because that’s when the mosquitoes are there in the environment and that’s where you are
Living day-to-day with Parkinson’s can be really difficult Mainly because of the huge breath of symptoms we face and how we all experience a different set of them That’s why I’m rooting for technology There’s a whole host of devices and apps out there that we can piece together to make our own personalised toolkit
Exercise, exercise, exercise! Do exercise, some type of exercise It makes me feel better I find that every time I do it Doing this has given me purpose and structure I do exercise every day and I do it as often as I’m not doing something else I’m not a person that’s pumped iron or
In the mighty name of Jesus! Come out! In the mighty name of Jesus Christ! Out! In the name of Jesus! Thank you Lord, you are free! Walk! Thank you, Jesus! Hallelujah! Thank you, Jesus! Come! You are free! Thank you Jesus! Thank you Jesus! How are you? Fine, thank you! You are free today!
the victim of a vicious animal attack now the police have identified the body as Stan Patterson as his rifle found nearby, police suspected that Mr. Patterson was hunting near Franklin park when he was mauled by, what a corner believes, was a large wolf Hi just so you know – I’m not afraid of
Hey there, friend, my name is Christina Rafano from nursing school of success.com, and in this video I’m going to walk you through the pathophysiology of diabetic ketoacidosis (or DKA for short), and we’ll break it down into 5 simple steps so that you can finally understand it for nursing school. And wait! Hold up.
If you love watching Glamrs videos and would like to be notified every time we drop a new one, please bash that bell icon below! A lot of people have been diagnosed with PCOS in the last 5 years but it’s been increasing at an alarming rate like I see 8 out of 10 women
Ovarian cancer symptoms for Macmillan Cancer Support Sadaf Ghaem-Maghami Consultant Gynaceological Oncologist I’m Sadaf Ghaem-Maghami. I’m a consultant gynaecological oncologist at Imperial College NHS Trust in London. Ovarian cancer is more common in women over the age of 50 so about 80% of ovarian cancers occur in women over the age of 50, usually after
I don’t believe that I’m a burden. I don’t believe that I’m an inconvenience. Society treats disabled people as though they are less than. Say the word. You know, I’m disabled. It’s ok. Nobody ever wants to focus on disability, because they think that it’s a bad thing. I don’t think that it’s a bad
“Fall in love today!” books I read all say but you and me aren’t really like a thing so I’ll read a million ways winter everywhere, feeling a change in the air so blame the season because it’s reason that I long to be over there feeling the way I do, it really isn’t fair