Candida Case Study 1: Kirsty 19 yrs – Fatigue, Brain Fog and Thrush

Thanks for checking out my video. I’m going to be doing a series of case histories over the next few weeks, which may be of use to you. In my book, Candida Crusher, there’s about 25 case histories in here out of the many thousands of people I’ve seen, so I’ve written a few of them up in here. I’m…

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Mental Health Help with Kati Morton

Hi, my name is Kati Morton. And I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. My youtube channel is a safe place to talk about mental health. And I address all topics associated with mental health. Everything from Depression, or anxiety. Eating disorders. Self harm. You name it, we’re talking about it. And the great thing is, We’re a supportive…

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Klumpke’s palsy and thoracic outlet syndrome

Learning medicine is hard work osmosis makes it easy It takes our lectures and notes to create a personalized study plan with exclusive videos practice questions and flashcards and so much more Try it free today Clomp keys palsy named after the Neuroanatomist Augusta Dijon clunky who first described it is where there’s muscle paralysis in the hand caused by…

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Diagnosing COVID-19 with Chest CT Findings

According to the WHO, as of March 6, 2020, so in just the first three months of the outbreak, there have been 100,685 cases of COVID-19 and 3,411 deaths, that works out to a mortality rate of 3.4%. On top of that, every case of COVID-19, leads to roughly 2.3 new cases, meaning that the outbreak is still spreading. Many…

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Let’s Talk Mental Health (ft. Kati Morton!)

– Where do you want to start? – Oh my god, you’re such a good therapist! (laughs) Is that just like a natural instinct? – Maybe, I guess so. – Clicky. Clicky. Double-clicky. – Hey, guys, it’s me, Hannah Hart, here with Kati Morton! – Hey, guys! – Kati’s here with me today to talk about mental health and wellness…

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Can You Really ‘Train’ Your Brain?

Exercising your muscles helps keep your body strong and healthy, which is why lots of people think your brain works in the same way. There are so-called “brain training” games out there that say they’ll improve your memory, attention, and reasoning skills — and eventually make your brain faster and healthier. Some even claim to help prevent the onset of…

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What is asperger syndrome? | Mental health | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

– So Asperger Syndrome or Asperger’s is one of the Autism Spectrum Disorders. And while everyone with Asperger’s is affected a little differently most people with this syndrome have some difficulties relating to other people. And this stems from having trouble with social communication and interactions. So let’s draw a few pictures here to better understand what we mean by…

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Brain herniation – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

On our Youtube channel, you’ll find a limited selection of pathology and patient videos. With Osmosis Prime, you’ll get access to over 700 videos including complete coverage of pathology and physiology and a growing collection of pharmacology and clinical reasoning topics. Try it free today. Brain herniation is what it’s called when some some brain tissue moves outside of the…

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How to get help without parents being involved

Hey everybody. Today I want to talk with you about how to get support, Without your parents involvement. So like I said, Today I want to talk with you about how to get support without telling your parents. I know there are tons of you out there who have expressed this concern to me. And there is a comment that…

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