1. What is Graves Disease?

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    http://www.streamingwell.com/graves-disease-explained-video.html Graves disease is an autoimmune disease which causes the body to produce an excessive amount of thyroid hormone, sending the body into overdrive. Graves disease is a difficult disease to treat, as described in this video by specialist Dr Peter Saul. Find us on: http://www.StreamingWell.tv Like us on: http://www.facebook.com/StreamingWell Follow us on: http://www.twitter.com/StreamingWell Follow us on: http://pinterest.com/StreamingWell/ Follow us on youtube.com/StreamingWell

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    • What is Lupus?

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      http://www.streamingwell.com/lupus-symptoms-explained-video.html Lupus is an autoimmune disease which can cause a variety of symptoms in sufferers. Whilst there are some common symptoms, like skin rashes and fatigue, diagnosis is often difficult as explained in the following video. Find us on: http://www.StreamingWell.tv Like us on: http://www.facebook.com/StreamingWell Follow us on: http://www.twitter.com/StreamingWell Follow us on: http://pinterest.com/StreamingWell/ Follow us on youtube.com/StreamingWell

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      • What is Autoimmune Disease?

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        http://www.streamingwell.com/what-is-autoimmune-disease-video.html When a person’s immune system starts to attack its own healthy cells it is known as autoimmune disease. Dr. Peter Saul, a specialist in autoimmune disease and allergies, explains more. Find us on: http://www.StreamingWell.tv Like us on: http://www.facebook.com/StreamingWell Follow us on: http://www.twitter.com/StreamingWell Follow us on: http://pinterest.com/StreamingWell/ Follow us on youtube.com/StreamingWell

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        • Silent Infections and Dysbiosis:The Missing Link in the Quest for Optimal Health

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          Silent infections and dysbiosis affect the majority of us to some degree. They are the biggest missing piece of the wellness puzzle and once you understand how they occur and how they affect you, it can make an enormous difference in your health. This webinar will help you dispel confusion and frustration around your health as Pam teaches you how to identify and minimize the impact of silent infections and dysbiosis in your life.

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          • April 9 2013 Silent Infections and Dysbiosis The Missing Link in the Quest for Optimal Health

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            Silent infections and dysbiosis affect the majority of us to some degree. They are the biggest missing piece of the wellness puzzle and once you understand how they occur and how they affect you, it can make an enormous difference in your health. This webinar will help you dispel confusion and frustration around your health as Pam teaches you how to identify and minimize the impact of silent infections and dysbiosis in your life.

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            • Dangers of GMO

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              http://drakibagreen.com Dangers of GMO. Visit our website and get a free report and DVD on conditions that GMO causes, including autoimmune disease, thyroid dysfunction, infertility, diabetes, IBS, cancer and others.

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              • DIAGNOSED WITH LUPUS - Living with an autoimmune disease

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                • Teen Taking Type 1 Diabetes in Stride

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                  At 12 years old Preston Olinger was the picture of health. Shortly after these photos were taken, he suffered a major medical scare that put his life on a different track. “One night I passed out and went to the hospital. We found out there that I was diabetic. I had a really high blood sugar of 1,200 which is extremely high. Its normally 100,” says Olinger. There was no family history of type 1 diabetes, so the warning signs went unnoticed. “It was just a gradual. Like build up, over a couple of weeks. Getting thirstier and thirstier and then I started losing a lot of weight, like 20 pounds,” says Olinger. Dr. Cayce Jehaimi is a pediatric endocrinologist with Golisano Children’s Hospital, and Olinger’s doctor. “Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease. It’s where the body, or the immune system in this case, turns against the pancreas,” says Dr. Jehaimi. Once called juvenile diabetes, the majority of people with type 1 are under 20. It can be difficult to manage, especially for kids. “Particularly teenagers have a host of challenges. With peer pressure and school demands, let alone adding on top of it, blood sugar checks and injecting insulin,” says Dr. Jehaimi. “At first it kind of hit me like ‘whoa, what is this?’ I never had anything like this before but then you realize its something you’ll have to deal with,” says Olinger. So fast-forward a few years. Preston is a high school sophomore. Instead of letting his disease get him down, he’s taking it in stride. Olinger hasn’t slowed down; in fact he’s sped up. Now a decorated track letterman, he’s sidestepped serious complications. “I always like to check my blood sugar before a competition or something make sure I have enough energy and blood sugar is high enough to have a good performance,” says Olinger. “We try to preserve as much as possible of all the things they should cherish and love about being a youth or a teenager or a toddler, before the era of type 1 diabetes in their life,” says Jehaimi. With perseverance, patience and practice, Olinger knows he’ll come out ahead in the long run. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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                  • 400 Miles for a Cause

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                    An inspiring story about a son who does something most people can't imagine doing, to bring awareness and raise funds to thwart a disease plaguing his parents. In the fall of 2012, ultra-marathon runner Ben Clark ran an impressive 400 miles in 8 days. This video documents Ben's unbelievable story as he runs a distance that is 15 times longer than a typical marathon. Video by: Shane Reetz Music by: Bennett Pearson "Sweet Drain Honeys" mahoganywoodsmen.bandcamp.com Cameron Seibold "Three Acres of Snow" soundcloud.com/kerosine-1 TOR "The Dress Looks Nice on You - Make You Feel That Way (Instrumental)" tormusic.net

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