1. Study-Post Menopausal Women Have Higher Risk Of Periodontal Disease


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    Postmenopausal women have a new health message to hear. Two annual dental checkups aren't enough. Older women need more, according to research findings from the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine and the Cleveland Clinic. That message comes from a comparison study of women on and off bone-strengthening bisphosphonate therapies for osteoporosis. Leena Palomo, assistant professor of periodontics from the dental school, set out to study the long-term effects of bisphosphonate therapies on the jawbone, but came up with this new finding that impacts all women after undergoing menopause. Scott Drake Interviews Dr. Palomo for the Dentist News Network.

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    • Harkonin "Disease"


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      Harkonin at The Firebird in St. Louis, MO. 5/20/2011

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      • Community Interventions in Health


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        Joose TV (www.joosetv.com) employed Good Egg Media to help create this promotional video to highlight a project which is trying to combat the fight against chronic diseases. We filmed in Mexico City and Trivandrum, India. Shot on the Canon 7D. 28mm, 50mm Canon lenses 17mm - 200mm Sigma Lens Plus plenty of archive footage from all different sources and formats Produced by Joose Director: Eddie McCaffrey Camera & Editor: Dale Wightman (Good Egg Media) Sound: Dale Wightman & Cey Sesiguzel GFX: Jonny Stopford Edit Assistant: Andy Tokkallos

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        • KKS Founder Promotes Fundraiser


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          Promotional video for the 2011 Kincaid's Kindred Spirits event, Stepping Into Sickle Cell Awareness Walk and the 7th Annual Red and White Cellabration Semi Formal Affair.

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          • Aaden Drei Ramones Memorial Slideshow


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            On April 28, 2011, a courageous battle was lost to the hands of a rare form of leukemia, called AML M7, by a very precious little boy, Aaden Drei Ramones. At the tender age of 2, he fought with the type of dignity, courage and hope that grown men like myself can only hope to have, when faced with such adversity. He will forever be in the hearts of those that are touched by his very unique story and journey. As his parents always say, keep on dancing little ninja…we'll see you again one day…

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            • Lee Physician Group, United Way Dunbar House Opens


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              Residents of the Dunbar community won’t have to travel far to get medical services, now that a new healthcare practice has opened in the neighborhood. Dr. Aldith Lewis of Lee Memorial Hospital is medical director of the new, United Way Dunbar House. “It’s there to reach out to the Dunbar community” she says. “That community has a high degree of chronic diseases and so the goal is to focus on preventative medicine.” Dunbar has been underserved in terms of access to healthcare. A current trend in health care is to bring services to the people. The Dunbar House accomplishes that and also teams up with United Way to deliver social services. Residents can now have a variety of medical and social needs filled without leaving the neighborhood. “We’re going to have different disease management goals including diabetes, congestive heart failure, asthma. The key is they are going to have access to chronic disease management programs.” Dr. Lewis says. Tiffanie White lives nearby and says the medical practice fills a void in her neighborhood. “I think it’s a good idea. Especially for people who don’t have transportation” she says, “it make’s it a way they can come and use the facility.” The medical practice is available for adult care only and is located at: 3511 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd. Fort Myers, Fl View More Health Matters video segments at www.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 www.leememorial.org/caring

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              • Transit (the teaser)


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                The last teaser of a documentary project about an experience with cancer and it´s medical and non-medical treatments.

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                • think BIG ! - how I fight Parkinson´s Disease


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                  This is a video about my recent introduction to LSVT BIG. An exercise program meant to delay, or even stop or reverse some of the negative changes that happen to a person with Parkinson´s Disease. I personally cannot guarantee anything. I have not made this video for any organization or person. It is the result of my personal experience with the exercise program and the physical therapists at FRAM Helserehab outside Oslo, Norway, and I wanted to share it. I put faith in exercise as a major way of fighting the disease. And "lsvt BIG" has documented effect and it just makes sense to me.

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                  • Ayurveda Rasayanas 1/15. What is Rasa?


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                    The ancient health science of Ayurveda has eight branches. Generally these correspond to the branches of modern medicine, but there are two which are unique to Ayurveda: rejuvenation and sexual health and the health of your progeny.

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                    • Azraels Wish - By Chris Huebner - © Azrael's Wish Foundation


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                      This Video was made for the Azrael's Wish Foundation. The music is titled "Azrael's Wish". I wrote it for the foundation. Azrael is the three year old daughter of a friend of mine. She was born with galactosemia. A couple of months ago, a very well known foundation had agreed to send Azrael and her family to Disneyland. This foundation is known for doing things like this. Arrangements were being made - then they suddenly backed out, saying that Azrael didn't meet their requirements. The fact that they told her family "it was a go" and then reneged upset several of us. A friend from Facebook posted that Melissa (Azrael's mother) should start her own foundation. I posted the same. Within a week, Azrael's Wish Foundation was born and started to raise money. Sponsors have come on board to help. My modest contribution is this music. If you can, please donate. You can visit www.azraelswish.org to learn more. Any amount is welcome. Here's a little info about Azrael's Wish Foundation: Azrael's Wish was founded in 2011. Our mission is finding a cure or treatment for galactosemia and improving the lives and outcomes for individuals suffering from this rare orphan metabolic disease, as awareness and funding are critical to making a difference for the galactosemic community. Galactosemia is a disorder in which an individual is unable to metabolize the sugar galactose. Galactosemia is a serious genetic disease that, even with treatment, can have lifelong effects including death. Without treatment, most affected newborns do not survive. Typically diagnosed in newborn screening tests, galactosemia can be treated only by entirely removing lactose and galactose form the diet. Even with removing galactose from the diet, serious complications still exist. There is no cure yet. This rare disease affects fewer than 200,000 people. Your gift will help us get closer to a cure. Our goal is to support Galactosemia Stem Cell Research at Boston Children's Hospital at The Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research. Together we can make a difference in Azrael's life, and the lives of others affected with Galactosemia. A little info about Azrael: Azrael was born March 31st, 2008. She was almost 5 weeks premature and healthy in every way; so we thought. On April 4, 2008 Azrael was diagnosed with a rare genetic disease called galactosemia. We were told most galactosemics do not make it to the first weeks of life. Every day and week Azrael continued to amaze us. Each day, week, and month we celebrated her life and continue to do so everyday. We were truly blessed to have Azrael in our lives and are dedicated to finding a cure or treatment for galactosemia. Azrael was recently diagnosed with seizure disorder which is common in galactosemics. She was also recently diagnosed with paranasal sinus disease, a pineal cyst on her brain, and white matter of the parietal lobes in the right and left lobes of her brain. Azrael also has fine motor and speech delays, and has lost complete ovarian function. Despite Azrael's many challenges, she remains happy and loving. Azrael's smile can light up a room. She enjoys swimming, preschool, and ballet. She is in an environment with many caring professionals allowing her the opportunity to focus on who she is, not what she is not. We celebrate the miracle of Azrael's life everyday and felt compelled to make a difference to all children suffering from galalctosemia. Some of the sponsors who helped get this off the ground and keep things moving forward: http://www.obandocomputing.com/ http://aedanstudio.com/ http://www.dididaniellephoto.com/ https://theothercandle.scentsy.us/Home http://www.etsy.com/people/LilBabeBeanieShoppe?ref=pr_profile Learn more about galactosemia: http://www.galactosaemia.org/ http://www.galactosemics.org/ http://www.galactosemia.com/ http://www.galactosemia.org/ Thank you.

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