1. MR.CROC/STOP-MOTION

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    • Using the Pain Management Service as a Hospital Patient

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      This 9-minute Video explains and shares anecdotal evidence regarding the challenges involved with getting reasonable pain relief inside hospitals for “planned” and “unpredictable” hospitalizations. This Video is the fourth (4th) of five (5) videos which comprise Part 3 of my 3-part Series on “Pain Management” which I wrote for my “Professional Patient Perspective” Blog in March, 2015. For more information, please refer to my “Professional Patient Perspective” Blog or contact me on Twitter. Blog HospitalPatient.com Twitter @HospitalPatient

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      • Vapors Of Morphine - Live

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        http://www.vaporsofmorphine.com/ Booking outside of the United States: urbanosur@live.com "They keep the weird, wonderful legacy of Morphine alive" - Jed Gottlieb, The Boston Globe The ’90s “Low Rock” band Morphine (led by the late Mark Sandman) smoldered hot and fast, but was snuffed out before it’s time. From its ashes something wafted into the ether. Something lingering in the air mixed with a Southerly wind, and has materialized as Vapors of Morphine. Vapors of Morphine honors the legacy of its predecessor without claiming to be the same band. Original Morphine members Dana Colley (baritone sax) and Jerome Deupree (drums) are joined by vocalist/guitarist/bassist Jeremy Lyons. They perform the music of Morphine, also adding psychedelic renditions of West African songs, originals and obscure Rock and Delta Blues tunes. VoM play with inventive arrangements – the unusual yet powerful instrumentation of electric baritone saxophone (a sound evocative of Jimi Hendrix’ guitar), the Mark Sandman-style 2-string slide bass (sometimes guitar, or electric bouzouki) and drums. Vapors of Morphine leave audiences (from Boston to Brazil, New Orleans to the Netherlands) wanting more. The band formed officially in 2009; Colley was asked to bring a group to Nel Nome Del Rock Festival in Palestrina, Italy, in tribute to Morphine leader Mark Sandman, who died of a massive heart attack on the very same stage ten years earlier. Since that historic show the group has released one CD (under their original working name “The Ever Expanding Elastic Waste Band”), and played selective shows at home and abroad. Highlights have included Mês Da Cultura Independente (São Paulo, Brazil, 2014), The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (USA, 2012); Virada Cultural Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil (2012), New Orleans’ Voodoo Experience (USA, 2011); and Maquinaria Festival in Santiago, Chile (2011). The band have appeared at Film Festivals in Austin, TX (USA), Tui, Spain and Amsterdam, Netherlands (Austin Film Festival 2014, PLAY-DOC 2012 and PLAY/IDFA 2011, respectively) in tandem with screenings of two documentary films, Morphine: Journey of Dreams and Cure for Pain: the Mark Sandman Story. VoM plays club dates across much of the Northeast, Southeast and Midwestern United States, and concerts in South America and Europe. All three of the surviving members of Morphine — Dana Colley, Jerome Deupree and succeeding drummer Billy Conway — met blues guitarist Jeremy Lyons in September of 2005 after he was washed up on Massachusetts’ shore from New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. A bond was quickly formed between the musicians, born of a mutual love of New Orleans’ music and culture, horror at the destruction, and empathy based on their own, personal disaster of six years before. A musical simpatico was clear from the start. After informal collaborations prompted Dana to invite Lyons to the gig in Italy, Lyons had a 2-string slide bass like Sandman’s built and began learning much of the Morphine cannon. The group has played with either or both Morphine drummers, appearing occasinally as a quartet, but Deupree is the primary drummer. Morphine’s Film Noire-tinged sound was inspired by the Beats, by the Boston rock scene, and by the Blues. Jeremy’s background help anchor the new band in the bedrock of the old. The bandmates’ interest in experimental and exotic musics (of West Africa and beyond) reflect a restlessness that insures that this group will ALWAYS be more than a simple tribute band. Their tendency to segue between songs with sound-scapes of ethereal jamming is a tribute to the mythology of Morphine, which was NOT in fact named for the narcotic, but rather for Morpheus a Greek God of Dreams (tapping into the Sandman mystique of European folklore). VoM has had some hiccups along the way; they were unable to agree on a band name early on, beginning by alternating between “Members of Morphine & Jeremy Lyons” and the “Elastic Waste [sic] Band,” which morphed into “The Ever Expanding Elastic Waste Band”… until early in 2014 when someone asked Jeremy if he didn’t “play with the… um… the ‘vapors’ of Morphine?” And there was the name. Another hiccup came in 2012: Jerome had been suffering from tendenitis for some time. and ended up taking off more than a year for rest and therapy. Billy Conway filled in on a couple shows in New Orleans, but Billy lives in Montana now, so drum duties for local gigs were taken on by their friend Jeff Allison, who continues to play gigs with the band, even now that Jerome has come back off the bench and onto the stool again. Vapors of Morphine is currently recording new music and accepting bookings across the world.

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        • Zapping Back Pain

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          Dana Fox loves being in the great outdoors; only his back didn’t support his past-time. “The pain was incredible. I was on morphine, oxycodone, those kinds of things just to try to get through the day,” says Fox. Dana suffers from spinal stenosis. He underwent 3 surgeries including a fusion to get relief from his unrelenting pain. “I just didn't want to get out of bed. I hurt that bad,” says Fox. On the verge of giving up, he heard about spinal cord stimulation and gave it a shot. “If you think about the nervous system as wires, there’s electrical signal that transmits pain and by interrupting that electrical signal with electrical impulses in the spinal cord, you can interrupt that pain pattern,” says Dr. Richard Hood, who is a pain management specialist on medical staff of Lee Memorial Health System. Implanted underneath the skin, it’s sometimes called a ‘pacemaker’ for pain, sending a constant stream of electrical pulses to disrupt pain signals. “What’s nice about this system; it’s almost like having a TV remote. When you are not having as much pain you can turn it down,” says Dr. Hood. The device consists of the stimulator, placed in the lower back with wires that touch the spinal cord and the generator, which stays outside the body. Both have rechargeable batteries, and are fully programmable. “There’s an infinite amount of adjustment of different programs that can actually help to relieve the pain even more later,” says Dr. Hood. The first jolt left Dana shocked. “As soon as I set it up and they turned it on I had a smile on my face. I realized this is going to work for me,” says Fox. By zapping his back pain, he is now able get back on-board with his favorite activities 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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          • Belleisle Live Demo

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            0:00: Looking For Love - Belleisle 2:06: You Go Down Smooth - Lake Street Dive 4:10: Digital Witness - St. Vincent 5:55: Top Floor, Bottom Buzzer - Morphine

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            • Detox from Opiate Drugs

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              At Castle Craig rehab we treat people for addiction to heroin, morphine, methadone and a variety of prescription painkillers such as oxycontin, oxycodone and codeine. These are all opiates or opioids and the process of detoxing from them is similar. In this video Dr McCann, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Castle Craig Hospital and Prof Chick, Medical Director describe how the process of detoxification from opiates is clinically managed under close medical supervision at Castle Craig. Prof Jonathan Chick, Castle Craig’s Medical Director explains that specific medication is carefully used to “control some of the unpleasant effects of opiate withdrawal, such as the tummy pains, the shivers, the aches, flu-like symptoms.” Each patient will be assessed by a consultant psychiatrist. As part of this process a detailed history of recent and long-term drug use will be established. A detox management plan will then be discussed and agreed in collaboration with the patient. For more information on detox from heroin, opiate and opioids drugs at Castle Craig rehab, please visit: http://www.castlecraig.co.uk/treatment/detox/heroin-opiate-detox

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              • How I kicked 185 mg methadone per day without suboxone or synthetic opiates/opioids while privately and comfortably at home

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                http://NoMoreOpiateWithdrawal.weebly.com and http://OpiateWithdrawalSecret.weebly.com is the site for downloading the controversial report which reveals the 37 plus year suppressed doctor discovered information which reveals how those addicted to opiates can stop their opiates/opioids without experiencing opiate withdrawal and without the need for synthetic opiates such as methadone or suboxone. This is the controversial information many methadone and suboxone prescribing doctors don't want you to know about. This works on all opiates even Krokodil. This works for opiates such as heroin,vicodin,percocet,suboxone,methadone,subutex,dilaudid,oxymorphone,oxycontin,oxy,zohydro,percodan,oxycodone,hydrocodone,krokodil,codeine,demerol.hydromorphone,tramadol,ms contin,morphine,etc This eliminates the need for otc herbal products that give limited relief to begin with. Some otc and oti herbal products are withdrawal ease,calm support, elimidrol, puridone,withdrawal aid, etc.. This works better than any of the current go to methods such as Ibogaine,kratom,imodium ad,tramadol, etc. The following is a disclaimer required by law for my protection as well as yours so do not be alarmed by its placement. I am not a doctor and this information is not meant to treat or cure any disease, sickness, condition, or illness, please contact your doctor before beginning any natural regimen, and this information is to be read and used at your own risk. This information is true to the best of my knowledge and I have used it personally many times but again this report is how I used it for relieving myself of opiate withdrawal so you may have different results. https://vimeo.com/115811682

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                • Karunashraya : A two decade journey

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                  Karunashraya, a cancer hospis Funded by Rotary club India, archives and recollects it's twenty years of free service to end stage cancer patients and the economically impoverished. http://www.karunashraya.org/ Direction, Production and Original music score by Rishhad & Reverb Entertainment studio.

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                  • ZCK / MALAGA - A MORPHINE AFFAIR

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                    Recently suffered a heelpad injurie which was a bitch recovering from, a month in Malaga was supposed to be my rehab-session after some time off the blades but instead Im back to the get-go. Enjoy what little I managed to scratch together before my heel broke down on me again. Main camera: Fredrik Andersson Malaga city-Visuals filmed by Zebastian Cassel Karnevik Edited by: Zebastian Cassel Karnevik www.shimamanufacturing.com www.shapedbythecold.wordpress.com

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                    • Power Plants

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                      For links to all the cited sources, a written transcript, commentary from Dr. Greger, as well as discussion and Q&A about this video, go to: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/power-plants/

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