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Metastatic colon cancer treatment
In this video, CancerBro will explain treatment for metastatic colon cancer treatment. Video Transcript: Now, we come to the treatment for metastatic colon cancer. It may present as metastasis to liver or lungs. It may also present as metastasis to both, lungs and liver. Or peritoneum in the form of peritoneal or omental deposits to one or both the ovaries. Very rarely, it may also spread to brain or bones. For most cases of metastatic disease, chemotherapy is the treatment of choice. But CancerBro, surgery was done in my case for metastatic disease? In some cases of metastasis to liver, when the disease involves only a certain part of liver, surgery maybe possible. So, if initially the metastasis involves a large part of liver. But after giving chemotherapy it regresses to a small part, surgery maybe tried. The final decision to do surgery or not is taken by the oncologist on an individual patient basis, after assessing the exact pattern of liver involvement by the tumor, performance status of the patient along with other factors. Other modalities are also being used to address the liver metastasis. One such modality is embolization, in which different kinds of substances are injected through the heptic artery. It is called as chemo embolization, if chemotherpay is injected. Radio embolization, if radio isotopes are injected. And arterial embolization, if small particles and beads are injected to block the artery. Other such method to address the liver metastasis is called as ablation, in which a probe is inserted to destroy the metastatic site. It is called as radiofrequency ablation, if radio frequency waves are used to destroy the tumor. Microwave ablation, if microwaves are used. Cryoablation, if cold gases are used to freeze the tumor. Percutaneous ethanol injection may also be used to destroy the tumor cells. CancerBro, in my case, surgery was done even after the disease had spread to lungs. Similar to the liver metastasis, if lung metastasis involves a very small part of the lung, which can be removed safely, surgery may be possible. Even in limited metastasis in both liver and lungs, surgery may be tried. But these are very selective situations, in which a number of factors have to be considered, before taking up for surgery. The final decision is taken by the oncologist on an individual patient basis, after assessing the performance status and disease of the patient in detail. Other modalities like radiotherapy, surgery or bone directed therapy, may also be used, for palliation or relief of symptom. Always remember that the treatment for metastatic colon cancer is not generally curative, so the main intent for the treatment is prolongation of life, reduction of symptoms and improvement of quality of life. With this we come to the end or treatment for colon cancer. CancerBro is also active on social media channels. Follow him to get rich and authoritative content related to cancer awareness, risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, etc. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/officialcancerbro Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/official_cancerbro Twitter - https://twitter.com/cancer_bro/ Website - http://www.cancerbro.com/
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Localised/Locally advanced colon cancer treatment
In this video, CancerBro will explain non metastatic colon cancer treatment. Watch this video to better understand how the treatment for non metastatic colon cancer is done. Video Transcript: Broadly, colon cancer maybe divided into localised or locally advanced disease, and metastatic disease. First, we will discuss the treatment for localised or locally advanced colon cancer. In T1, the disease extends upto the submucosa. And in T2, it extends upto the muscular propria. Now, we will discuss the treatment for T1 or T2 disease, without any lymph node involvement. Surgical resection of the colon is the treatment in these cases, which maybe in the form of right ot left hemicolectomy. Now we come to the treatment of the T3 disease, that is, the disease involving the pericolorectal tissue. Without the involvement ot regional lymph nodes. Surgery of the colon is the mainstay of the treatment in these cases, as we have discussed previously, and chemotherapy may be added in selected patients, with hight high risk disease. CancerBro, how is it decided which patients will receive chemotherapy for T3 disease? It is decided by the oncologist, depending upon the clinical presentation of the patient, tumor marker levels, imaging findings, hispathological report, and performance status of the patient. Next comes the T4a disease, which extends upto the serosa. Surgery, followed by chemotherapy is the standard treatment for T4a disease. Now we come to the treatment for T4b disease, that is, the disease which extends through the wall of the colon to involve the adjacent structures. In this figure, the tumor extends to involve the small intestine. Cancer in ascending colon may extend locally to involve right kidney. And that in descending colon may extend to involve left kidney. Transverse colon cancer may extend locally to involve pancreas or the stomach. Surgery and chemotherapy is the standard treatment for most of the patients of T4b disease. If the cancer involve regional lymph nodes, then irrespective of the T status of the patient, chemotherapy should be added to surgery. But again, the final decision is taken by the oncologist on an individual patient basis, after assessing the performance status and the disease of the patient. CancerBro is also active on social media channels. Follow him to get rich and authoritative content related to cancer awareness, risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, etc. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/officialcancerbro Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/official_cancerbro Twitter - https://twitter.com/cancer_bro/ Website - http://www.cancerbro.com/
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Modifying Chemotherapy Regimens in Pancreas Cancer
Tanios Bekaii-Saab, MD, FACP; Johanna C. Bendell, MD; Manuel Hidalgo, MD, PhD; Ramesh K. Ramanathan, MD; and Thomas Seufferlein, MD, discuss modified schedules for chemotherapy regimens used in metastatic pancreas cancer and highlight variables to consider when modifying therapy, including for patients with decreased performance status.
Views: 202 OncLiveTV
Cancer Statistics | Did You Know?
What are cancer statistics? Cancer registries collect and interpret data to help tell a story about the latest cancer trends. Watch above to find out what these statistics represent and how they guide cancer researchers. To find more cancer statistics, visit http://www.seer.cancer.gov Learned something new? Share this video so your friends and family can too.
TotalBiscuit talks about living with stage-4 cancer
We thought this clip was important to post and hope that it helps at least one person out there who is suffering or knows someone suffering from cancer. If you have symptoms, please see the doctor! Watch TotalBiscuit here: https://www.youtube.com/user/TotalHalibut Watch Live here: http://twitch.tv/h3h3productions
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Improving the cancer care system
This session features four dynamic presentations that reveal how collaboration and innovation is helping to improve performance at the cancer service system level. 1. This presentation provides insight into a collaborative study between cancer services, general practitioners and a Medicare Local on socioeconomically disadvantaged populations that often experience poor cancer outcomes. Abstract title: Towards seamless cancer care: What do general practitioners need to facilitate better integration with cancer services? Dr. Andrew Knight, Fairfield Hospital 2. This presentation tracks a recent study undertaken by a team at Hunter New England Health, which looks at how colorectal cancer patients use the hospital Emergency Department; and questions the need for a new model of care. Abstract title: Is the Emergency Department the right place for me? Emergency Department utilisation by colorectal cancer patients, pre and post diagnosis. Donna Gillies, John Hunter Hospital 3. This presentation assesses the need for a 'report template' that both general practitioners and multidisciplinary teams can rely on when treating a patient with cancer. The benefits of such a report are discussed, including greater involvement by general practitioner in patient care, and more effective documentation of multidisciplinary team discussions and decision-making. Abstract title: Defining a role for general practitioners and patients in multidisciplinary team (MDT) decisions for cancer care. Alexandra Hawkey, University of Sydney 4. In 2011the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District successfully implemented the MOSAIQ Oncology Information System, an electronic prescribing platform which aims to lower the potential for, and incidences of, medication error. Nina Mackay describes the project's journey, from set up and engagement through to recent outcomes. The project challenges are discussed and overall effectiveness in improving patient safety is revealed. Abstract title: Implementation of an oncology information system - the in-patient experience. Nina Mackay, Illawarra Shoalhaven Local
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Role of quality measurement in inappropriate use of screening for colorectal cancer
Read the full open access research online: http://www.bmj.com/content/348/bmj.g1247 Despite the use of these well established age based quality measures, experts recommend that the decision to screen be informed by estimated life expectancy rather than age alone. Age is a reliable proxy for life expectancy in young patients (long life expectancy) and very elderly patients (short life expectancy). But in most elderly patients eligible for screening, life expectancy varies considerably according not only to age but also health status. In this research, the authors set out to examine whether the age based quality measure for screening for colorectal cancer is associated with overuse of screening in patients aged 70-75 in poor health and underuse in those aged over age 75 in good health.
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Video 15: Two weeks after surgery - Prostate Cancer Story
It has been 2 weeks since my prostate removal. In this video I talk about the results of my pathology report which shows no signs of the cancer breaching the prostate. I will also share the status of a most common side effects which are incontinence and erectile dysfunction.
Views: 112 Chris Hartley
Musicians We've Lost In 2018 So Far
If you're new, Subscribe! → http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Grunge What makes a musician want to create unforgettable melodies, beautiful lyrics, and insanely catchy choruses? Many artists hope to cement a lasting legacy that will inspire fans for generations to come. Sadly, we were forced to say goodbye to some seriously groundbreaking performers in 2018. Let's take a moment to reflect on the legacy of these talented artists, and celebrate their lives and remarkable musical achievements... Dolores O'Riordan | 0:29 Mark E. Smith | 1:31 Fast Eddie Clarke | 2:26 Yvonne Staples | 3:23 Danny Kirwan | 4:10 Ray Thomas | 4:58 Randy Scruggs | 5:44 Avicii | 6:25 Scott Hutchison | 7:33 In memoriam | 8:38 Read more here → http://www.grunge.com/119256/musicians-lost-2018/ Singers, Bands, And Songs https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbvw8GqH5MemLobdfv2G7-Xx4rgvadrN9 Messed Up Things About These Iconic Rock Bands https://youtu.be/rNloRjsBWwY?list=PLbvw8GqH5MemLobdfv2G7-Xx4rgvadrN9 The Disturbing Truth Behind K-Pop Music https://youtu.be/URZ1-Pmi9JY?list=PLbvw8GqH5MemLobdfv2G7-Xx4rgvadrN9 The Untold Truth Of Led Zeppelin https://youtu.be/0rYeI5kUCEI?list=PLbvw8GqH5MemLobdfv2G7-Xx4rgvadrN9 The Untold Truth Of The Cranberries' Lead Singer https://youtu.be/laShCCy_Hh8?list=PLbvw8GqH5MemLobdfv2G7-Xx4rgvadrN9 Who These Popular Songs Are Really About https://youtu.be/Cz_95lXQbDY?list=PLbvw8GqH5MemLobdfv2G7-Xx4rgvadrN9 The One Moment That Destroyed These Musicians' Careers https://youtu.be/dhbkVBk-TOs?list=PLbvw8GqH5MemLobdfv2G7-Xx4rgvadrN9 Website → http://www.grunge.com/ Like us → https://www.facebook.com/GrungeHQ/ Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/grungehq/ The world is pretty weird...in fact, it's a whole lot weirder than you think. If you haven't learned something new today, you're missing out. Grunge is the place to immerse yourself in fun facts and cool tidbits on history, entertainment, science, and plenty more. It's just like reading books...but exciting!
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-#SaludArte #Charla #26  Cáncer de colon Metástasis dolor
Claudia* de 66 años con antecendentes de parkinsonismo y postración con diagnóstico reciente de Cáncer de colon Metástasis hepática Performance status III ECOG MC DOLOR NO CONTROLADO
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AIS Channel Summer Event 2016 - Improving colorectal cancer outcomes
On July 14, AIS Channel will be broadcasting live one of the main global congresses in the field of rectal cancer surgery. As usual, AIS Channel will bring together some of the leading global experts for this event. In addition, online congresses viewers will be able to obtain CME-CPD Credits through the AMA's recognition program with the Royal College of Surgeons. Chair: Steven D. Wexner - Chairman of Colorectal Surgery. Director of Digestive Disease Center Cleveland Clinic Florida, USA. Co-Chairs: Antonio M. Lacy - Director of Gastrointestinal Surgery Department, Hospital Clinic of Barcelona, Spain. David Jayne - Professor of Surgery & Honorary Consultant Surgeon, University of Leeds, UK. Jonathan Sorger - Medical Imaging, Robotics, Clinical Research, Academic Collaborations, University of Stanford, California, USA. The outcome of oncologic surgery is dependent upon the treatment of the primary malignancy. In addition to performance of the appropriate curative operation, the administration of preoperative neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy and postoperative adjuvant chemotherapy are contingent upon staging information. Therefore it is incumbent upon us to gather the most accurate and extensive staging information prior to, during, and after surgery. One of the most common prognosticators in colorectal cancer is lymph node status. While proper surgical techniques include high ligation and complete mesorectal and mesocolic excision, traditional lymph node staging is contingent upon both the quality and extent of the surgery and also upon the ability of the pathologist to find and assess all extirpated nodes. Ultrastaging, mesenteric fat clearance techniques, immunohistochemistry evaluation, and sentinel node mapping have all been employed to try to optimize node examination. Indocyanine green (ICG) fluorescence imaging has recently been shown to have significant value in allowing perfusion assessment to try to enhance safety by decreasing the rate of anastomotic leaks following high risk anastomoses. More recently ICG has also been demonstrated to facilitate and enhance lymph node evaluation in urologic, gynecologic, and colorectal malignancies. AIS Summer Event 2016 (July 14) will demonstrate the utility of ICG in both the objective assessment of anastomotic perfusion and the improvement in lymph node evaluation in minimally invasive (both laparoscopic and robotic) rectal cancer surgery.
Views: 1371 AIS Channel
Anatomical Strategy Of Laparoscopic Complete Mesocolic Excision For Splenic Flexure Colon Cancer.
This video edit shows the anatomical strategy, including a cadaveric exemplar, for the performance of complete mesocolic excision for colon cancer especially as it relates to splenic flexure mobilisation. It is associated with a text under submission for publication in the journal Colorectal Disease. Click Subscribe to this channel for the most up to date content. Authors: 1.- Alvaro Garcia-Granero. MD, PhD. Hospital Universitario y Politecnico la Fe. Valencia. Spain. Colorectal Unit. Corresponding autour, surgeon and video editor. 2.- Omar Carreño. MD, PhD. Hospital Universitario y Politecnico la Fe. Valencia. Spain. Colorectal Unit. Video editor. 3.- Jorge Sancho Muriel. MD. Hospital Universitario y Politecnico la Fe. Valencia. Spain. Colorectal Unit. Logistic development and surgery assistant. 4.- Eduardo Alvarez-Sarrado. MD. Hospital Universitario y Politecnico la Fe. Valencia. Spain. Colorectal Unit. Logistic development and surgery assistant. 5.- Delfina Fletcher-Sanfeliu. MD, phD. Hospital Clinico Universitario. Valencia. Spain. Cardiovascular Surgery. Video and voice editor. 6.- Luis Sánchez-Guillén. MD. Hospital Universitario y Politecnico la Fe. Valencia. Spain. Colorectal Unit Literature and abstract review and data acquisition. 7 Gianluca Pellino. MD. Hospital Universitario y Politecnico la Fe. Valencia. Spain. Colorectal Unit. Literature and abstract review and data acquisition. 8.- Cristina García-Amador. MD. Hospital Universitario y Politecnico la Fe. Valencia. Spain. Colorectal Unit Logistic development and surgery assistant. 9.- Jose Pamies. MD, PhD. Hospital Universitario y Politecnico la Fe. Valencia. Spain. Radiodiagnosis Service Image processing and 3D reconstruction 10.- Alfonso Valverde Navarro. MD, phD. Professor Department of Anatomy and Embryology University of Valencia. Spain. Substancial contribution to project development and design. 11.- Francisco Martinez Soriano. Head Professor Department of Anatomy and Embryology University of Valencia. Spain. Substancial contribution to project development and design. Intellectual and deep anatomical knowledge. 12.- Matteo Frasson. MD, PhD. Hospital Universitario y Politecnico la Fe. Valencia. Spain. Colorectal Unit Literature and abstract review and data aquisition. Corresponding author: Álvaro García-Granero alvarogggf@hotmail.com Video associated with Colorectal Disease Journal (published by Wiley and associated with the Association of Coloproctology Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI), European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP) and Spanish Society of Coloproctology (SSC).
Colon cancer, pancreatic cancer, and immunotherapy - Dr. Madappa Kundranda
Interview with oncologist Dr. Madappa Kundranda of Banner MD Anderson in Phoenix. He talks about colon cancer, pancreatic cancer, immunotherapy, and how he approaches the care of patients with terminal illnesses. To contact Dr. Kundranda, please go to: https://www.bannerhealth.com/physician-directory/k/kundranda-madappa-nanaya# To contact Dr. Patel's office, please call 602-200-9339
Views: 1128 Gaurav Patel
Charlie Puth - The Way I Am [Official Video]
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Views: 10587007 Charlie Puth
Vitality and Age specific Cancer Mortality
Vitality and Age specific Cancer Mortality Cancer is an evolving dynamic system represented by a vector field. In previous presentations I described how to construct this field from epidemiological data like observed survival. I shall now explain the relationship between age specific incidence and mortality and the colon cancer vector field. The field concepts are explained in the following presentations: - Host Resistance against Colon Cancer - Vitality and Host Resistance against Cancer - Cancer Vector Field and Host Resistance Data source is the SEER database which will be analyzed with Mathematica Vitality = {cancer, age} is a vector and the surface is a vector field. Cancer advances from stage 1 to 4 Age stands for comorbidity. Since vitality = Sum[S(t)] a decline of survival is also a vitality decline. Cancer field is a set of states. It lacks a time dimensions. Its rule is vitality [i] GE vitality [i+1] Age has two meanings: 1. Chronological age. 2. A state in the cancer field, including comorbidity. Also biological age. Since cancer field is a set of states, only the second meaning is relevant. Cancer field is a natural mapping from the clinical description of cancer . Cancer progression: {T0,N0,M0} to {T4,N3,M1} Medicine spreads three false notions about cancer: 1. We are helpless and unable to resist it 2. Our helplessness rises with age, therefore 3. Most cancers hit the elderly (high cancer prevalence in old age) These false notions are based on a false interpretation of epidemiological data The cancer field portrays a different scenario: 1. We resist cancer from its first encounter 2. Our resistance rises with age. 3. Since most elderly live with cancer in peace its prevalence is high. 4. Our resistance to cancer, which I call host resistance is ubiquitous.
Emraan Hashmi at 1st Fortis Pan India Conference on Colorectal Cancer
Watch Emraan Hashmi at 1st Fortis Pan India Conference on Colorectal Cancer Lollipop Bollywood channel is the one-stop destination for exclusive Bollywood related content. With the hottest entertainment news, features, countdowns, music, trends, celebrity interviews and movie reviews.
Lungs Cancer
Lung cancer is a disease characterized by uncontrolled cell growth in tissues of the lung. If left untreated, this growth can spread beyond the lung in a process called metastasis into nearby tissue or other parts of the body. Most cancers that start in lung, known as primary lung cancers, are carcinomas that derive from epithelial cells. The main types of lung cancer are small-cell lung carcinoma (SCLC), also called oat cell cancer, and non-small-cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC). The most common symptoms are coughing (including coughing up blood), weight loss and shortness of breath.The most common cause of lung cancer is long-term exposure to tobacco smoke,which causes 80--90% of lung cancers.Nonsmokers account for 10--15% of lung cancer cases,and these cases are often attributed to a combination of genetic factors,radon gas,asbestos,and air pollution including second-hand smoke.Lung cancer may be seen on chest radiograph and computed tomography (CT scan). The diagnosis is confirmed with a biopsy which is usually performed by bronchoscopy or CT-guidance. Treatment and long-term outcomes depend on the type of cancer, the stage (degree of spread), and the person's overall health, measured by performance status.Common treatments include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy. NSCLC is sometimes treated with surgery, whereas SCLC usually responds better to chemotherapy and radiotherapy.Overall, 15% of people in the United States diagnosed with lung cancer survive five years after the diagnosis.Worldwide, lung cancer is the most common cause of cancer-related death in men and women, and is responsible for 1.38 million deaths annually, as of 2008. To Read the Compelete Description Visit: http://cancers-101.blogspot.com/2013/08/lungs-cancer.html Blog Link : http://www.cancers-101.blogspot.com Do not Forget to Subscribe..
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Fitbit Heart Monitors Inaccurate AND Millions of Americans are Saying No to Osteoporosis Drugs
Millions of Americans use wearable tracking devices to monitor health status, but according to some studies, they are inaccurate. Prescriptions for these mainly useless and usually harmful drugs have dropped by 50%. People are starting to take control of their health.
Views: 1272 Pamela Popper
Lung Cancer Q&A
Memorial Sloan-Kettering experts answer questions about new developments in the treatment of lung cancer.
What does histology mean in lung cancer?
This video is intended for non-US residents. Histology refers to the exact type of lung cancer the patient has. For more information on lung cancer and lung cancer treatments, visit: http://www.lifewithlungcancer.info
Views: 163 LifeWithLungCancer
What is the acronym for the warning signs of cancer ? |Health Forum
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Rectal Dysfunction - Erectile Dysfuntion
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Andrea Starkey {Colon Cancer Survivor 2012}
Andrea Starkey talks about her triumphant experience of surviving colon cancer. {Talk}
HoloLens tech used in bowel cancer surgery - BBC Click
Surgeon Shafi Ahmed is using mixed reality HoloLens technology to perform bowel cancer surgery. He is able to consult with surgeons in other parts of the world while in the operating theatre. Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1uNQEWR Find us online at www.bbc.com/click Twitter: @bbcclick Facebook: www.facebook.com/BBCClick
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Rectal Dysfunction Symptoms - Erectile Dysfuntion
Erectile dysfunction and erection problems causes, treatments . , . . . . Normal erectile function can be affected by problems that compromise cystectomy, transurethral resection of the prostate and rectal cancer here are some more compilation of topics and latest discussions relates to this video, which we found thorough the internet. Hope this information will helpful to get idea in brief about this. Erectile dysfunction (ed) is the inability to attain and maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual rectal examination in patients over age years in the past, most cases of erectile dysfunction (ed) were thought to be bladder, and rectum, removing any of these organs to treat cancer can sever some of below information will help you to get some more though about the subject during the test, your doctor will squeeze the head of your penis, which should immediately cause your rectum to contract. If nerve function is abnormal, there will of the major causes of erectile dysfunction (ed), disorders of the endocrine system the rectal examination should determine the size and consistency of the surgical and radiation treatments for colorectal cancers can cause impotence in some patients. In general, colostomy does not usually affect sexual function anyway if you want for more info, you would better continue reading. Erectile dysfunction is not uncommon, but its causes can be serious. What causes erectile dysfunction? radiation therapy to treat prostate or rectal cancer if you have erectile dysfunction (ed) the treatment that you will receive will around the underside of the bladder and rectum, as well as at the base of the penis after all the information regarding the patient's status has been gathered, the various options for management of erectile dysfunction (ed) can erectile dysfunction (ed) is the most common sexual problem in men. Be considered in men with ed, because symptoms of ed present on average testicular, and digital rectal examinations (figure ).,, the aua erectile dysfunction online medical reference. Hormone deficiency, however, is less often the cause of ed than is diabetes or vascular disease. Rectal examination to assess sphincter tone and evaluate the prostate results most men treated for colorectal cancer experience erectile what information about erectile function was provided (if any) before or problems with the veins that drain from the penis can cause ed as well. Bladder or colo rectal cancer and the repair of abdominal and pelvic artery problems learn about erectile dysfunction (ed) symptoms, diagnosis and treatment in the merck manual. Hcp and vet versions too!. If you are concerned about erectile function, it's important to erectile dysfunction can have many causes, including some forms of prostate disease digital rectal exam during the diagnostic workup to assess this possibility impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction or ed, is a condition in which a such as the bladder, rectum and prostate, can cause nerve or artery damage to conclusions young men undergoing proton therapy for treatment of prostate cancer erectile dysfunction (ed) is a critical health related quality of life (hrqol) outcome in prostate by transrectal ultrasound guidance, patients were although the high prevalence of erectile dysfunction (ed) was detected among male patients after the treatment for colorectal cancer, published methods this article examines studies investigating sexual function in men of specific treat
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Vitamin D: Role in Preventing Cancer
Is vitamin D the wonder vitamin? Can it prevent certain cancers and chronic diseases? Find these answers and more in this series brought to you by UCSD School of Medicine and GrassrootsHealth where experts discuss the latest research on vitamin D. In this program, Dr. Cedric Garland discusses vitamin D and its role in preventing cancer. Series: "Vitamin D Deficiency - Treatment and Diagnosis" [6/2010] [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 18715]
Colon-Rectal Surgeon
Colon-Rectal Surgeon by Bowser and Blue (Canada)
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Colon Cancer : Causes, Symptoms and Treatment || Omega Hospitals || LifeLine - TV9
Colon Cancer : Causes, Symptoms and Treatment || Omega Hospitals || LifeLine - TV9 Popularly known as India's News Headquarters, TV9 is the leading News Channel in the country bringing you the latest news on Politics and Entertainment. Watch News break here as it happens in our country and the world. Stay tuned for the latest updates and follow TV9 Live news. ► Download Tv9 Android App: http://goo.gl/T1ZHNJ ► Subscribe to Tv9 Telugu Live: https://goo.gl/lAjMru ► Circle us on G+: https://plus.google.com/+tv9 ► Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tv9telugu ► Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tv9Telugu ► Pin us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/Tv9telugu
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The Role of TKIs in Metastatic RCC
Bernard Escudier, MD, and Susanna Osanto, MD, discuss their treatment approaches for patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma who have good performance status.
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Dr. James Doty Addresses Colon Problems & Surgery Options
What are the signs and symptoms of patients may have a problem with their colon? Patients may present with bleeding from their colon, they may have pain, distention with an inability to eat. Many times patients are found to have abnormalities on colonoscopies that we can help patients deal with. Those would be the major presenting problems with the colon. What other types of treatments are offered for people with problems or disease of the colon? Obviously that would depend on the type of the colon problem. We offer removal of things like tumors; we treat infections or perforations when the colon has been injured. That is done by a combination of techniques depending on the acuity of the problem, as well as patient history and their underlining medical problems sometimes helps determine what we can do or can't do safely. There's a combination of therapies that can be employed, including minimally invasive techniques which would involve use of a robot assisted approach versus a laparoscopic assisted approach, both of which are minimally invasive, and we also do open procedures when necessary through a traditional, more traditional approach. The primary treatment for colon cancer is removal of a portion of the colon that's diseased or affected with cancer along with the dissociated blood vessels and lymphatics, and most often try to offer a minimally invasive or robotic approach for that. That's usually successfully treated and depending on the stage of the cancer, patients may require additional therapy including chemotherapy and so on, depending on again what their overall performance status is and what the stage of the cancer is. Is there any particular benefits when using robotics to treat colon cancer? The answer to that is yes. Some of the initial studies looked at the equality of a minimally invasive surgery with open surgery in order to perform adequate resections for people with colon cancer and those studies fortunately have shown that they're equivalent perhaps in some cases with trends...towards an improved outcome in patients with a laparoscopic or minimally invasive surgery. Laparoscopic or minimally invasive surgery enables patients to recover faster often with less pain, which is its primary benefit, shorter hospital stays, and again the primary focus is to get them out of the hospital sooner and be able to get them back on their feet and doing their usually activities sooner. The robot specifically has some advantages over a laparoscopic surgery in that there's increased visualization. Normal laparoscopy is a 2 dimensional view, whereas with robotic you actually have a 3 dimensional view. You also have an increased stability to utilize instruments in a way that robot instruments actually have articulation, or wrists to them so you can angle your instruments differently whereas most of the instruments we us for laparoscopic are more of a straight stick or instrument variety. You can't do the turns and twists that you could with a robot.
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Case Study: Frontline Treatment of Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer
Panelists discuss the optimal treatment of a 60 year-old women with a good performance status who presents with a mass in the uncinate process of the pancreas and three liver metastases. For more from this discussion, visit http://www.onclive.com/peer-exchange/pancreatic-highlights
Views: 833 OncLiveTV
Just touching base on my Small Cell Lung Cancer Status
I had reviewed some of my earlier videos and realized that I had not really provided an update as to how my scans were lately (regarding reoccurrences) and so on.... this is really a meaningless video, but wanted to upload it anyways.. Blessings to all who are watching ~ :-)
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Vitamin D and Sunlight for Colon Cancer Prevention and more
Vitamin D and Sunlight for Colon Cancer Prevention and more Cedric F. Garland, Dr PH FACE, UCSD School of Medicine, identifies cancers that have lower incidence at the equator and discusses the characteristics of the human photoprotective response. Recorded on 12/09/2014. Series: "Vitamin D for Public Health - Integrating Sunshine, Supplements and Measurement for Optimal Health 2014" [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 29078] The new prescription for colon cancer prevention may soon include an afternoon in the sun followed by a tall glass of milk. Several new studies in the past year have shown that by maintaining adequate serum Vitamin D levels, individuals may successfully prevent colon cancer as well as several other internal cancers. Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that is found in some foods and can also be made by your body during exposure to ultraviolet UV light from the sun. Since there are only a few commonly consumed foods that are good sources of vitamin D (see accompanying table), sunlight is perhaps the most important source of Vitamin D. UV rays from the sun initiate vitamin D synthesis in the skin. The extent of sunlight derived Vitamin D is impacted directly by factors that affect UV ray exposure including, season, geography, time of day, cloud cover, and sunscreen. Over two decades ago, researchers first recognized the importance of vitamin D from sunlight in preventing colorectal cancer. They observed significantly higher mortality rates from colorectal cancer in the northern and northeastern United States, compared to the southwest, Hawaii and Florida, which correlated directly with an individual’s vitamin D status. They showed that people who had higher levels of serum vitamin D, had lower rates of colon cancer. Since then several observational and laboratory studies have investigated the association of serum vitamin D levels and colorectal cancer risk. Common Sources of Vitamin D Salmon Fresh, wild (3.5 oz) 600-1000 IU Fresh, farmed (3.5 oz) 100-250 IU Shiitake Mushroms Fresh (3.5 oz) 100 IU Sun-dried (3.5 oz) 1600 IU Sardines, canned (3.5 oz) 300-600 IU Mackeral, canned (3.5 oz) 250 IU Cod Liver Oil (1tsp) 400-900 IU Tuna, Canned (3.6 oz) 230 IU Egg yolk 20 IU Fortified Milk (8 oz) 100 IU Fortified Cheese (3.5 oz) 100 IU Sunlight Exposure (5-10 minutes) 3000 IU A new study using a sophisticated analytical technique known as a meta-analysis*, examined the data from five previous observational studies, each of which examined vitamin D and colorectal cancer risk with a follow-up of 25 years. The results of the meta-analysis revealed that by raising the serum level of vitamin D to 34 ng/ml, the incidence rates of colorectal cancer could be reduced by half. Even higher levels of serum Vitamin D further reduced colorectal cancer risk, as head researcher Edward Gorham, Ph.D. reported, “We project a two-thirds reduction in incidence with serum levels of 46 ng/ml, which corresponds to a daily intake of 2,000 IU of vitamin D3. This would be best achieved with a combination of diet, supplements and 10 to 15 minutes per day in the sun.” Researchers in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute also reported on the protective effect of vitamin D in preventing colorectal cancer mortality. After following the vitamin D status of 16,818 participants for 12 years, researchers determined that vitamin D exhibited a strong protective effect against colorectal cancer, with levels of 32 ng/ml or higher having a 72% risk reduction on colorectal cancer mortality. In further support of Vitamin D, a recently completed epidemiological study of over 190,000 individuals, showed that both calcium and vitamin D from (from food and supplements) were protective against colorectal cancer. Though researchers reported mixed results for men and women, “Total vitamin D intake was inversely associated with colorectal cancer risk in men but not in women.” In yet another study from 2007, researchers in Japan suggest that a low level of plasma vitamin D may decrease the risk of rectal cancer, yet have little effect on colon cancer. The researchers suggest that the reason for the distinction in its protective effect in the rectum but not the colon may derive from differences in the vitamin D receptor in these tissues. Vitamin D has certainly proven effective in colorectal cancer prevention, though the question of how much vitamin D to take is still in dispute. In 1997 the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine recommended that healthy individuals who are not exposed to sunlight should adequately consume vitamin D from dietary sources in the following amounts:
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Methylene Blue in Treatment of Cancer, Aging & Dementia - Bernd Friedlander (Feb 2015)
Methylene Blue in Treatment of Cancer, Aging & Dementia by Bernd Friedlander - a presentation that took place on February 19, 2015 There is current research on the use of methylene blue in helping reverse cancer and Alzheimer’s Disease. Methylene blue is a compound that in the past was used as a dye for a number of different staining procedures. It was the first fully synthetic drug that was developed, and it was used in the treatment of urinary infections, malaria, and protozoal infections in fish tanks. It has been found to be useful in some cases of hypotension, hypoxia, septic shock, priapism, and methemoglobinemia. It also can neutralize the effects of heparin. Methylene blue combined with light has been used to treat MRSA1, resistant plaque psoriasis 2, AIDs related Kaposi’s sarcoma 3, West Nile Virus 4, and to inactivate staphylococcus aureus 5, HIV 6, hepatitis C 7 and other viruses. It may result in life extension by delaying senescence 8. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, a bacterium responsible for several difficult to treat infections (due to being resistant to many antibiotics). Oxidative Stress Oxidation is the loss of electrons or an increase the in oxidation state by a molecule, atom or ion. For example rust occurs when iron is oxidized in the presence of water moisture. Reduction is the gain of electrons or a decrease in oxidation state. Redox status describes the balance between oxidation (free radicals) and reduction. Oxidative stress occurs when there is an excess of reactive oxygen species/ free radicals compared to antioxidant defenses. Reactive oxygen species are molecules which are hungry to grab electrons from other molecules. An excess in free radicals (oxidative stress) can damage all components of the cell, including proteins, lipids and DNA. Damage to DNA leads to genetic mutations and a depletion of telomeres which help in cell repair. Free radical oxidation of the protein LDL results in atherosclerotic plaque. In humans, oxidative stress is thought to be involved in the development of cancer, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, atherosclerosis, heart failure, heart attacks, Sickle Cell disease, autism, infection and chronic fatigue syndrome. Visit the Silicon Valley Health Institute (aka Smart Life Forum) at http://www.svhi.com Silicon Valley Health Institute Smart Life Forum Palo Alto
Quantified Diagnosis, by Lavinia Ionita
Quantified Diagnosis Seeking the well-being and high performance of her patients, Dr. Ionita’s approach focuses on the collection and analysis of data, whether they are environmental (lifestyle, diet, employment status) or physiological (blood, genetic, hormone or stool tests, etc.), in order to make better decisions. Curated by TheFamily, Differential Medicine is a two-day conference that brings together leading voices in healthcare innovation. Speakers at the cutting edge of technology, health and design showcase how disruptive innovations are shaping the future of healthcare. You can contact her at lavinia@thefamily.co http://www.differentialmedicine.com/
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Vitamin D Prevents Cancer: Is It True?
In a new study, researchers at the UCSD School of Medicine (http://med.ucsd.edu/Pages/default.aspx) and Moores Cancer Center (http://cancer.ucsd.edu/Pages/default.aspx) used a complex computer prediction model to determine that intake of vitamin D3 and calcium would prevent 58,000 new cases of breast cancer and 49,000 new cases of colorectal cancer annually in the US and Canada. The researchers model also predicted that 75% of deaths from these cancers could be prevented with adequate intake of vitamin D3 and calcium. Join Carole Baggerly with GrassrootsHealth (http://www.grassrootshealth.net/) as she discusses this new research. ############################## 1) Di Bella Method and Vitamin D3 (Dihydrotachysterol, synthetic Vitamin D3): http://bit.ly/1a551fV 2) Di Bella Method and Calcium (orally): http://bit.ly/1a551fV # BREAST CANCER # Di Bella Method and Breast Cancer (I): The Di Bella Method (DBM) improved survival, objective response and performance status in a retrospective observational clinical study on 122 cases of breast cancer - http://bit.ly/1fR0diA Di Bella Method and Breast Cancer (II): Complete objective response to biological therapy of plurifocal breast carcinoma - http://bit.ly/He4DRf # VIDEO TESTIMONIES # 1) Outcome of neoplastic metastases of breast cancer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_MOeuvd9Cg 2) Ductal and Infiltrating Carcinoma: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mOOrma4asE 3) Ductal Infiltrating Neoplasm (2nd Stage): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51SQDW9c8Xw 4) Plurifocal Breast Carcinoma: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZIHLQmiEv4 http://www.beatingcancercenter.com/ http://www.beatingcancercenter.org The truth about the (pseudo-)clinical trial - Di Bella Method - of 1998: http://www.beatingcancercenter.org/1998-trial.html
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Staying Healthy During Chemotherapy for Colon Cancer
Dr. Dragovich shares tips on how to stay healthy during chemotherapy. He recommends certain foods to eat and others to avoid. LAST WEEK'S VIDEO - Chemotherapy and Supplements http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNTVpcMfB0A SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING COLON CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... VISIT COLONCANCERANSWERS.com FOR TONS OF INFORMATIVE VIDEOS http://www.coloncanceranswers.com/ SUGGEST THE NEXT TOPIC FOR OUR COLON CANCER EXPERTS! http://www.coloncanceranswers.com/ CONNECT WITH US! Google+ : http://bit.ly/169ii4g Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ColonCancerA... Twitter : https://twitter.com/ColonCancerQA
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Screening for Colorectal Cancer: Optimizing Quality (CME). Primary Care Version Part 1
Part 1 of the Primary Care Version CME includes basic information about colorectal cancer and screening, factors that affect when and how patients should be screened, and detailed screening and surveillance guidelines based on personal and family history. It is the first of three parts of a continuing education activity that provides guidance and tools for clinicians on the optimal ways to implement screening for colorectal cancer to help ensure that patients receive maximum benefit. For more information, visit https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/colorectal/quality/. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/videos/colorectal/quality/Primary_Care1/CRC_Screening_Optimizing_Quality_Primary_Care1_lowres.mp4
Tanios Bekaii-Saab, MD on MSI-High as an mCRC response predictor to nivolumab (Opdivo)
Tanios Bekaii-Saab, M.D., Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic, shares on the reliability of Microsatellite instability-High (MSI-High) as a predictor of response to nivolumab (Opdivo) in mCRC patients
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TV Commercial: John's Story | Memorial Sloan Kettering
Learn about John’s treatments: https://www.mskcc.org/experience/hear-from-patients/john Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sloankettering Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/sloan_kettering In 2007, John was diagnosed with lung cancer. This is his story.
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Cancer family history risk assessment -- Intake visit (1/4)
http://www.jaxge.org/ This video is the first of four demonstrating a clinical interaction that incorporates family history information to assess a patient's underlying cancer risk. In this video, Kelly Stephens expresses her concern about her risk for endometrial cancer because of her cousin's recent diagnosis. Dr. Davis asks targeted personal and family history questions to assess her underlying risk. These videos are part of a free, online education program for primary care providers, Family History for Cancer Risk Assessment Testing & Management, developed by the Clinical and Continuing Education Program at The Jackson Laboratory.
Paleopoo: What We Can Learn from Fossilized Feces
Ancient dietary practices based on analyzing the fiber content of fossilized human waste can give us insights for combatting the modern obesity epidemic. Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from the sales of his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements go to support the 501c3 nonprofit that runs NutritionFacts.org.) Isn’t that a really fascinating mechanism? All along I was thinking of fiber more from just an energy density perspective (as in my video Eating More to Weigh Less http://nutritionfacts.org/video/eating-more-to-weigh-less/), but the appetite-suppressing hormones are a whole new frontier. That underscores the urgency of the fact that 96% of Americans don’t even reach the recommended minimum intake of fiber (see my video Do Vegetarians Get Enough Protein? http://nutritionfacts.org/video/do-vegetarians-get-enough-protein/). Other paleo videos include: • Paleo Diets May Negate Benefits of Exercise (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/paleo-diets-may-negate-benefits-of-exercise/) • Paleolithic Lessons (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/paleolithic-lessons/) • The Problem With the Paleo Diet Argument (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/the-problem-with-the-paleo-diet-argument/) For bowel function in the modern age, see, for example, How Many Bowel Movements Should You Have Every Day? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/how-many-bowel-movements-should-you-have-every-day) and Should You Sit, Squat, or Lean During a Bowel Movement? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/should-you-sit-squat-or-lean-during-a-bowel-movement). My latest on fiber: • Diverticulosis: When Our Most Common Gut Disorder Hardly Existed (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/diverticulosis-when-our-most-common-gut-disorder-hardly-existed) • The Five to One Fiber Rule (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/the-five-to-one-fiber-rule) • Is the Fiber Theory Wrong? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/is-the-fiber-theory-wrong) And my latest on what your gut bacteria can do for you: • Microbiome: The Inside Story (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/microbiome-the-inside-story) • Prebiotics: Tending Our Inner Garden (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/prebiotics-tending-our-inner-garden) • What’s Your Gut Microbiome Enterotype? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/whats-your-gut-microbiome-enterotype) • How to Change Your Enterotype (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/how-to-change-your-enterotype) More paleo diet videos on the way—and more microbiome too! Have a question for Dr. Greger about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/paleopoo-what-we-can-learn-from-fossilized-feces and he'll try to answer it! http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Podcast: http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/ • Subscribe: http://http://nutritionfacts.org/subscribe/ • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate
Views: 104843 NutritionFacts.org
Miracle !! Fruit Destroys Cancer Within Few Minutes! || క్యాన్సర్ ను నిమిషాల్లో నయం చేసే ఔషదం
Watch & Enjoy Miracle !! Fruit Destroys Cancer Within Few Minutes! African blackwood (Dalbergia melanoxylon), a timber tree of Africa Australian blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon), a tree of eastern Australia Malaysian blackwood (Diospyros ebonasea), a timber tree of Malaysia Bombay blackwood (Dalbergia latifolia), a timber tree of India Acacia penninervis, a small tree or shrub of Australia Cancer can be treated by surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, hormonal therapy, and targeted therapy (including immunotherapy such as monoclonal antibody therapy). The choice of therapy depends upon the location and grade of the tumor and the stage of the disease, as well as the general state of the patient (performance status). A number of experimental cancer treatments are also under development. Complete removal of the cancer without damage to the rest of the body (that is, achieving cure with near-zero adverse effects) is the ideal goal of treatment and is often the goal in practice. Sometimes this can be accomplished by surgery, but the propensity of cancers to invade adjacent tissue or to spread to distant sites by microscopic metastasis often limits its effectiveness; and chemotherapy and radiotherapy can have a negative effect on normal cells.[1] Therefore, cure with nonnegligible adverse effects may be accepted as a practical goal in some cases; and besides curative intent, practical goals of therapy can also include (1) suppressing the cancer to a subclinical state and maintaining that state for years of good quality of life (that is, treating the cancer as a chronic disease), and (2) palliative care without curative intent (for advanced-stage metastatic cancers). Because "cancer" refers to a class of diseases,[2][3] it is unlikely that there will ever be a single "cure for cancer" any more than there will be a single treatment for all infectious diseases.[4] Angiogenesis inhibitors were once thought to have potential as a "silver bullet" treatment applicable to many types of cancer, but this has not been the case in practice The treatment of cancer has undergone evolutionary changes as understanding of the underlying biological processes has increased. Tumor removal surgeries have been documented in ancient Egypt, hormone therapy and radiation therapy were developed in the late 19th Century. Chemotherapy, immunotherapy and newer targeted therapies are products of the 20th century. As new information about the biology of cancer emerges, treatments will be developed and modified to increase effectiveness, precision, survivability, and quality of life.
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Dr. Mark Kris Discusses Lung Cancer Information Presented at the 2012 ASCO Annual Meeting
Mark G. Kris, MD, chief of the Thoracic Oncology Service at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, discusses the lung cancer information and data that was presented at the 2012 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting. To read more, visit http://www.onclive.com/onclive-tv/Dr-Kris-Discusses-ASCO-2012-Lung-Cancer-Information
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I-Min Lee Lecture “Physical Activity: Wonder Drug for Chronic Disease Prevention”
About half of all adults, or 117 million people, have at least one chronic health condition according to the latest statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A Harvard Medical School researcher will explain how physical activity can reduce the rate of chronic illness during the Hilton Chair Lecture at Iowa State University. I-Min Lee is a professor of medicine and a leading researcher on the role of physical activity in preventing chronic diseases and enhancing longevity. Her free, public presentation, “Physical Activity: Wonder Drug for Chronic Disease Prevention,” starts at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29, in Benton Auditorium, Scheman Building, Iowa State Center. In a 2012 paper published in the journal Lancet, Lee and her colleagues established that reducing the rate of physical inactivity by 25 percent could prevent more than one to three million deaths worldwide every year. They estimated that physical inactivity causes 6 percent of the burden of disease from coronary heart disease, 7 percent of type 2 diabetes, 10 percent of breast cancer, and 10 percent of colon cancer. The risk of premature death from a sedentary lifestyle is similar to that of smoking, Lee said in an interview with the BBC. The study also found inactivity is a common factor in chronic illnesses, such as heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. Warren Franke, a professor of kinesiology and publicity chair for the Hilton Lecture, says there are many misconceptions about the benefits of physical activity. “People often think of exercise as it relates to weight loss, but the benefits of physical activity are far greater,” Franke said. “Dr. Lee’s research clearly demonstrates that effect. Her work also shows that any activity is better than nothing. People don’t realize how little it takes—it doesn’t have to be ‘exercise’ to be beneficial.” Lee has served as an expert panelist for such groups as the American College of Sports Medicine, American Heart Association, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, for which she wrote the scientific report on the 2008 physical activity guidelines. Her most recent research has focused on women’s health in collaboration with Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the National Cancer Institute. Lee’s lecture is sponsored by the Helen LeBaron Hilton Chair Endowment, the College of Human Sciences and the Committee on Lectures, which is funded by Student Government.
Women's Health Physio Michelle Lyons Talks Pelvic Health & Bowel Health
"I have always been a firm believer in integrative healthcare. For over twenty five years, I have specialized in women’s health, with a distinct focus on helping other women live a healthy, happy life. My philosophy is based on my experience as a healthcare practitioner, my specialised background in orthopaedics &women’s health physiotherapy, integrative healthcare, and as a woman. To paraphrase Dr Christiane Northrup, I have spent a long time studying all the things that can go wrong with a women’s body, now I want to focus on what can help things go right. I have over two decades of experience as a chartered physiotherapist. I am on the teaching & course development faculty of Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute in the U.S. and I was an item writer for the PRPC certification exam. I am also a lecturer for the Pelvic Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy Association in the U.K. on their pregnancy/MSK courses and will be Clinical Lead on their new advanced pelvic floor course" Rachel Holmes is an international fitness presenter of over 30 years bringing the latest health, wellness and fitness news to the community. Join me LIVE on Facebook daily for motivation and workouts www.facebook.com/kickstartfatloss For Free Health plans add your email to KickStartFatLoss.net/Newsletter. Are you an INSTRUCTOR? Please subscribe to http://www.Choreographytogo.com for everything fitness, training, choreography, weight loss and healthy lifestyle . For information on Kick Start Fat Loss please go to kickstartfatloss.net HEALTHY is COOL! ✔ EXPLORE: ‪http://www.choreographytogo.com KickStartFatLoss.net ✔ FOLLOW: ‪http://twitter.com/RachelHolmes ✔ LIKE: ‪http://facebook.com/RachelHolmesFitness ✔ SUBSCRIBE: ABOVE Or you can email me Rachel@Choreographytogo.com Thanks for Watching Love Rachel xxxxxx
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Rifaximin Improves Driving Simulator Performance in a Randomized Trial of...
Dr. Jasmohan S. Bajaj discusses his manuscript "Rifaximin Improves Driving Simulator Performance in a Randomized Trial of Patients With Minimal Hepatic Encephalopathy." To view the print version of this abstract go to http://tiny.cc/jdcon Gastroenterology
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How to stay calm when you know you'll be stressed | Daniel Levitin
You're not at your best when you're stressed. In fact, your brain has evolved over millennia to release cortisol in stressful situations, inhibiting rational, logical thinking but potentially helping you survive, say, being attacked by a lion. Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin thinks there's a way to avoid making critical mistakes in stressful situations, when your thinking becomes clouded — the pre-mortem. "We all are going to fail now and then," he says. "The idea is to think ahead to what those failures might be." TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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He lost the battle to cancer... but His daughter will know how much he loved her...
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Life-Changing Reasons To Drink More Water in Marathi
By the time you experience the sensation of the thirst, you are already dehydrated. That thirst is your body calling for re-hydration.   So, really, what does this mean? Why should we drink more water? Your body is composed of roughly 60% water1. That means when we are dehydrated – and most of us spend our days constantly dehydrated to some degree – we are affecting the performance of the majority of our body. Nearly all of our systems do not function as well without the proper water intake.   1. If you don’t drink water, you will die. It's that important. Depending on our environment, we can live only a few days without water - maybe a week. We can live much longer without food. For most of us, we should prioritize the consumption of water far more than we currently do. 2. Prevent cancer. Yes, that’s right – various research says staying hydrated can reduce risk of colon cancer by 45%5, bladder cancer by 50%6, and possibly reduce breast cancer risk as well.7 3. Be less cranky. Research says dehydration can affect your mood and make you grumpy and confused.3 Think clearer and be happier by drinking more water. 4. Perform better. Proper hydration contributes to increased athletic performance. Water composes 75% of our muscle tissue!4 Dehydration can lead to weakness, fatigue, dizziness, and electrolyte imbalance. 5. Lose weight. Sometimes we think we are hungry, when actually we are thirsty. Our body just starts turning on all the alarms when we ignore it. For those of you trying to drop some pounds, staying hydrated can serve as an appetite suppressant and help with weight loss. 6. Have less joint pain. Drinking water can reduce pain in your joints by keeping the cartilage soft and hydrated. This is actually how glucosamine helps reduce joint pain, by aiding in cartilage’s absorption of water. 7. Flush out waste and bacteria. Our digestive system needs water to function properly. Waste is flushed out in the form of urine and sweat. If we don't drink water, we don't flush out waste and it collects in our body causing a myriad of problems. Also combined with fiber, water can cure constipation. 8. Prevent headaches. Sometimes headaches can be caused by dehydration, so drinking water can prevent or alleviate that nasty head pain. Next time your head hurts, try drinking water. 9. Make your skin glow. Our skin is the largest organ in our body. Regular and plentiful water consumption can improve the color and texture of your skin by keeping it building new cells properly. Drinking water also helps the skin do it's job of regulating the body's temperature through sweating.2 10. Feed your body. Water is essential for the proper circulation of nutrients in the body. Water serves at the body’s transportation system and when we are dehydrated things just can’t get around as well.   Quick rules of thumb for drinking water: * Drink half your bodyweight in ounces of water (if you weight 160lbs, drink 80oz of water each day). * Carry a bottle everywhere with you as a reminder to keep drinking. * Eat raw fruits and vegetables – they are dense in water. You can get water from food, not just from beverages. * Drink water and other fluids until you urinate frequently and with light color.
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