Ayo & Teo Swab Challenge

Yo yo yo it’s Ayo, it’s Teo. We’re going to show you how to do the Swab Challenge and it’s only one step to it. Turn your arm to the side like this with your swab and rotate to the left rotate to the right and bob your knees with it at the same time. The Swab Challenge is literally […]

Heart Attack Pt 1 / What & Why? / Dr. Vipin Gupta

Today we are going to talk about a dangerous issue Heart attack. The times of malaria and diarrhea are gone Heart attack is the top killer in the world and in India But India needs to be more concerned because in India, cardiac arrest is increasing in young people. Before this problem was of people in 50s But today 25% […]

Health Matters – Combating high blood pressure

Public Health England has just launched the latest edition of Health Matters which focuses on combating high blood pressure. High blood pressure is often described as a silent killer. It rarely causes symptoms but is the second biggest single risk factor for premature death and disability in England and was responsible for around 75,000 deaths in 2015. For every 10 […]

These Common Chemicals May Boost Hypertension Risk

If your blood pressure’s up, you may want to check the plastics in your home. A new study from New York University’s Langone Medical Center found two chemicals used in household products were linked to an increased risk of high blood pressure. These chemicals are called DINP and DIDP and were also linked to diabetes risk in children and adolescents. […]

WSPF – “Pulmonary Hypertensive Vascular Disease: Pathobiology & Treatment” with Jeff Fineman

Welcome to World Shared Practices Forum. I’m Dr. Jeff Burns, Chief of Critical Care at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. We’re very pleased to have with us today Dr. Jeff Fineman. Dr. Fineman is Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California in San Francisco and Chief of Pediatric Critical Care at the Benioff Children’s Hospital in San […]