Why Do We Use So Many Antibiotics On Healthy Animals To Grow Meat On American Factory Farms? thumbnail

Why Do We Use So Many Antibiotics On Healthy Animals To Grow Meat On American Factory Farms?

Why Do We Use So Many Antibiotics On Healthy Animals To Grow Meat On American Factory Farms? By David Wallinga David Wallinga, the Food Dr., is a physician who’s spent his career advocating for environments and food supplies that support Americans’ health, rather than eroding them. He’s here today to talk about what most experts…

ProTips #19 - Top 15 Unhealthy Signs of Diseases | Check your Own Health | Dr.Education Hindi + Eng thumbnail

ProTips #19 – Top 15 Unhealthy Signs of Diseases | Check your Own Health | Dr.Education Hindi + Eng

Explained in Simple language by a Professional Doctor Please Ask your question on Daily LIVE Public Q&A & Seminar at around 10pm (its free and i answer first 10 peoples questions so try to get notified by clicking the bell icon) For Appointments & online Consultation Leave a WhatsApp message at 7827570775 (we will get…

Legumes-rich diet lowers cardiovascular disease risk, improves heart health thumbnail

Legumes-rich diet lowers cardiovascular disease risk, improves heart health

A diet rich in beans, lentils, peas and other legumes lessens the risk of cardiovascular, coronary heart disease and high blood pressure, stated a new study. Published in the journal Advances in Nutrition, researchers in this study reviewed prospective cohort studies that assessed consumption of legumes on the risk for cardiometabolic diseases and related markers.…

5 keys to dynamic health thumbnail

5 keys to dynamic health

__ What is the Extreme Health Academy? https://www.extremehealthacademy.com USE CODE: BERGMAN14 TO START YOUR FREE 14 DAY TRIAL. With the world becoming increasingly toxic and the incredible lack of knowledge regarding appropriate healthcare, it has never been more important to take charge of your health and your life. The Extreme Health Academy is a website…

UConn Health Minute: Understanding Alzheimer's thumbnail

UConn Health Minute: Understanding Alzheimer's

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia among older adults. Dr. Patrick Coll, UConn Center on Aging, says while there is no cure, there are lifestyle changes you can make to help protect yourself from the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease.

बिना Dieting वजन घटाएं | Cure Diseases without Medicine | Health Series with Celebrity Nutrigenomist thumbnail

बिना Dieting वजन घटाएं | Cure Diseases without Medicine | Health Series with Celebrity Nutrigenomist

In this Video Dr.Ujjwal Patni, interviews Mr. Karan Kakkar who is an expert in #Nutrigenomics. #FitnessMotivation #HealthyLife In this video Top Motivational Speaker and Business Coach Dr Ujjwal Patni asked questions to Mr. Karan Kakkar about Nutrigenomics. His insightful questions to Mr. Kakkar enraptured the audience and help them understand the science of healthy living.…

The plant-based diet | Michael Greger, MD, | TEDxBismarck thumbnail

The plant-based diet | Michael Greger, MD, | TEDxBismarck

NOTE FROM TED: Please do not look to this talk for medical advice. The speaker makes strong assertions about a specific diet that lack sufficient scientific evidence for general prescription. TEDx events are independently organized by volunteers. The guidelines we give TEDx organizers are described in more detail here: http://storage.ted.com/tedx/manuals/tedx_content_guidelines.pdf Dr. Michael Greger explores the…

Nobel Prize Laureates Share Vision for Global Health at the Global Fund's Replenishment thumbnail

Nobel Prize Laureates Share Vision for Global Health at the Global Fund's Replenishment

Several Nobel Prize Laureates presented their vision for the future of global health at the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment Conference in Lyon, France 9 October 2019. On the panel: Dr. Françoise Barré Sinoussi, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 2008; Dr. Peter Agre, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2003; Dr. Riccardo Valentini, Nobel Peace Prize, 2007;…

Anne Madden - Bacteria for Breaking Down Plastic, Improved Health and Better Beer, Fight Emissions thumbnail

Anne Madden – Bacteria for Breaking Down Plastic, Improved Health and Better Beer, Fight Emissions

Anne Madden (@AnneAMadden) is a microbiologist, inventor, science communicator and CSO and founder of Lachancea, an innovative foodtech company focused on science of microorganisms. Anne’s a public speaker (three-time TED/TEDx speaker), frequently consults as an innovation and engagement strategist for various industries and has been mentioned by various media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, National…

Understanding Kawasaki Disease - Health Matters thumbnail

Understanding Kawasaki Disease – Health Matters

Kawasaki Disease is the most common cause of acquired heart disease in the developed world, but it is often misdiagnosed. Without proper treatment, 1 in 4 children will develop irreversible and potentially fatal heart damage. In this episode of Health Matters, leading Kawasaki Disease researcher Dr. Jane C. Burns explains the signs parents should be…