You may be familiar with the relatively new show on the ABC network, ‘The Good Doctor’. The concept of the show centers around a brilliant young surgical resident with autism spectrum disorder and Savant syndrome. In this exclusive video from MedPage Today — a trusted and reliable source for clinical and policy coverage that directly affects the lives and practices of health care professionals — Dr. John Higgins, MD, of McGovern Medical School at UTHealth in Houston, provides a medical evaluation of the legitimacy and reality of the first episode of the hit show. Watch: ‘Good Doctor,’ Bad Cardiology
Dr. Joel Fuhrman M.D. is a best selling author of the books, “Eat to Live” and “Super Immunity” among others, including compatible recipe books. He’s also one of the country’s leading experts on preventive medicine. In this video, Beans The Superfood: Long Life and Super Immunity, Dr. Fuhrman offers information backed by scientific study related to the nutritional benefits of eating beans as well as other foods. He’s an advocate of taking control of your health thru nutrition — specifically, plant-based nutrition — and says that people can reverse and even eliminate the kinds of health issues that kill most Americans, such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
Watch his talk above or here: Beans The Superfood: Long Life and Super Immunity
As a doctor, I can recognize the symptoms of PTSD. Understanding PTSD is the first step to overcoming it. I recently gave a speech to veterans at Show of Support on the topic.
It’s about 17 minutes long, but well worth the time spent watching. Check it out by clicking on the video above. After watching, please post any comments you have here. I’d love to get your feedback.
Kathleen Bartholomew, RN, MN, gives a mesmerizing TEDx Talk about the nursing profession, saving lives, and the culture and hierarchy inside hospitals and within the nursing profession.
She has been a national speaker for the past 14 years. She was acknowledged in 2010 as one of the top 20 people in the US changing the culture of healthcare by Health Leaders Media. Her focus has been on the relationships and hierarchy between nurses, between doctors and nurses, and between the layers of people and functions that need to run smoothly to keep patients safe.
The registered nurse recalls how a member of the cleaning staff of a hospital she was working at saved a patient’s life. And she recounts how healthcare professionals interact both negatively and positively while doing their work of saving lives and keeping patients safe while in their care. Ms. Bartholomew is the author of five books and speaks to hospital boards, the military, senior leadership, and front line staff about patient safety, communication, leadership and power.
The US Surgeon General is warning people about the hazards of vaping. Vaping is often thought of as a safer alternative to smoking. Is it?