1. Sudden Death

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    Seshadri Balaji, MD, describes the incidence, and causes of sudden cardiac death (SCD). Premiere Date: 4/17/2015; 40 minutes, 2 seconds

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    • JOYAS DE GRANITO 1: MUERTE SÚBITA

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      from Avista Multimedia Added 12.6K 41 5

      GRANITE GEMS: "Muerte súbita" First episode. Original routes in our friend granite. Spanish trad and adventure climbing that goes largely ignored by the rest of the world who focus on the country's famous sport crags. "Muerte súbita" ("Sudden death)" 7c+ (5.13a) is a striking corner crack at Sierra de La Cabrera in Madrid, Spain. Music by: Vernon Lenoire "Melonade" TOR: "Moon II", "Drum Therapy"

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      • The Last Man Standing - 2014 FSU Short Film

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        from Trevor Viner Added 312 1 0

        F1 Project made at The FSU College of Motion Picture Arts In this dodgeball war, Elliot faces off against the girl he is falling for when he finds himself in what seems like a literal sudden-death.

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        • D.O.A. - Live at WUST Radio Hall - 1985

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          from Obits Added 298 2 0

          August 31, 1985 live at WUST Radio Hall, Washington, D.C. with Dag Nasty and Government Issue Joey Shithead (guitar, vocals) Dave Gregg (guitar, vocals) Wimpy (bass) Dimwit (drums) http://www.suddendeath.com/

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          • Danny Did Video 2014

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            Founded in 2010 in Chicago, the Danny Did Foundation takes a look over the past 5 years as Danny Stanton's foundation has grown and continued to support families facing #epilepsy. Please go and enjoy your life, Danny did. For more information on epilepsy, seizure safety, monitoring devices and the risks that accompany epilepsy - including Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) - visit www.dannydid.org or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIN.

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            • Steering Clear of the Widow Maker

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              from Lee Memorial Health System Added 37 0 0

              Its very name implies trouble. And in matters of the heart it can be devastating. Many victims are middle-aged men. “‘Widow maker - we call it because it happens in one of the main blood vessels that supply oxygen to the heart, or what we call left anterior descending artery,” says Lee Memorial Health System cardiologist Dr. Murali Muppala. “When it is completely shut off there is no oxygen going to the heart.” If the artery gets abruptly and completely blocked it causes a massive heart attack that very often leads to sudden death. “Most of the time when this happens, most of the people die unless you open those blockages pretty quickly,” says Dr. Muppala. The damage is done before someone realizes what’s happening in many cases. But there is a way to beat this heart-breaker. Experts believe playing it smart could save your life. “If you know that someone in your family has had a heart attack, your chance of having heart attack is definitely higher,” says Dr. Muppala. Making it extremely important to look at additional risk factors including hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity and inactivity - things which can be changed. “Exercise four to five times a week, make sure you’re eating right, make sure you’re not smoking and make sure you lead a healthy, active lifestyle,” says Dr. Muppala. Staying ahead of heart disease may be the best way to cheat the widow maker. 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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              • Doomsday - A Quick Way to Go

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                These rodents have messed with the wrong trap on the wrong day… Find this footage for Royalty Free use at www.shutterstock.com/video/gallery/2276828/

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                • 2 wish upon a star

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                  This is the story of Welsh bereavement support charity '2 Wish upon a star', founded by Rhian Burke after experiencing the traumatic sudden loss of her one year old son 'George' and her husband 'Paul', 5 days later. Her story is heart-breaking and unimaginable, but her incredible courage and determination to help and support families who suffer similar experiences is an inspiration to us all. Any Tip Jar donations from this film will be paid directly to the '2 Wish upon a star' charity.

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                  • Has psychiatry created artificial idea of what is normal?

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                    APRIL charity's founder Millie joined a Bed Push demonstration organised by psychologist Rufus May, We pushed a hospital bed from a hospital in Tottenham to Kite Hill in London. The opportunity for people to express their opinions about the current psychiatric system was recorded. This young woman has experienced and researched the system and her opinions are valuable and should be heard. The demonstration was a protest and memorial for Daniel Galvin who suddenly died aged 29 after weight gain among other adverse reaction symptoms to psychotropic medicine he was prescribed. YOUR VIEWS CAN BE HEARD TOO! The British Medical Association have agreed to review opinions about the mental health treatment in our psychiatric system in the UK. Go to http://cepuk.org/news/ for more information.

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                    • Watching Out For The Widow Maker

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                      from Lee Memorial Health System Added 40 0 0

                      The name itself sounds frightening: the widow maker. In terms of a cardiac event- it is named for good reason. “When this happens, most of the people die unless you open those blockages pretty quickly,” says Dr. Murali Muppala, cardiologist with Lee Memorial Health System. It’s caused by a sudden blockage of the left anterior descending artery, which gives circulation to about two-thirds of your heart. “When it is completely shut off, there is no oxygen going to the heart muscle. If you don't get treatment immediately it’s possible you could die before you realize you were having a heart attack,” says Dr. Muppala. By some estimates the survival rate is between 5 and 10%. Because this heart attack comes on quickly with little or no warning, the best way to cheat on the widow maker is to know your risks. “It’s very important for all of us to realize whether we have strong family history. If you know that someone in your family has a heart attack, your chance of having heart attack is definitely higher,” says Dr. Muppala. People with a strong family history should be cautious, especially if they have other health conditions which impact heart disease, including hypertension, high cholesterol and diabetes. “You need to make sure you talk to your doctor, make sure you are getting proper treatment for those things. The other things you could do on individual level: physical activity, exercise four to five times a week, make sure your eating right, make sure you’re not smoking and make sure you lead healthy, active lifestyle,” says Dr. Muppala. By showing your heart some love, monitoring your health under a doctor’s supervision, you are more likely to keep the widow-maker away. 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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