How to Give your Child Liquid Medication

Administering liquid medications to your child can be tricky, but taking care to give them correctly is important to the health of your child. Today, we will present to you an easy way to remember the tools needed to give medicines to your child — the 3 R’s: right medicine, right dose, and right time. Right Medicine When your child […]

10 Keys to Relieve Pain and Inflammation

Dr. Axe: Hey guys, we’re going to talk about the 10 keys to overcome chronic pain. And we’re talking about conditions like neck pain, low back pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, tears of joints, maybe you had an injury in the past and you’re still suffering from that condition, maybe even herniated disc. We’re going to cover the top ways in terms […]

The End of Antibiotics and the Future of Fighting Infections

Thank you all for coming. Tonight we’re going to talk about a very serious subject. Um, the situation that we face with antibiotic resistant bacteria. Antibiotics were once the silver bullet that seemed to be able to cure just about everything. Now we look at 23,000 antibiotic resistant bacterial infections every year. So let me introduce you to our panelists. […]

High Cholesterol Medications

Hi! I’m robo-Suzie and today I’ll talk to you about High Cholesterol Medications. Also don’t forget to subscribe for more tips in the future! But back to our topic. If you are suffering from high cholesterol then there are a number of different types of medication that your doctor can prescribe you and they will have both their advantages and […]

Researchers tackle deadly blood infections

(instrumental music) – [Narrator] Blood stream infections, or sepsis, can be difficult to diagnosis and treat. And antibiotics appear to be becoming less reliable in managing some of them. The University of Michigan Health System is utilizing a multidisciplinary approach to learn better ways to diagnose and treat sepsis. Blood stream infections are infections that typically begin in a local […]

Elliot Krane: The mystery of chronic pain

I’m a pediatrician and an anesthesiologist, so I put children to sleep for a living. (Laughter) And I’m an academic, so I put audiences to sleep for free. (Laughter) But what I actually mostly do is I manage the pain management service at the Packard Children’s Hospital up at Stanford in Palo Alto. And it’s from the experience from about […]