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The Prevalence of Panic Attacks
Question: I barely have anxiety in general but sometimes, totally out of the blue, I get these severe panic attacks. I was wondering if this was common and if so, is there a name for it? ICYOU.com's Family Practice Physician Emily Haly explains.
Running time: 92 seconds
Lifestyle Changes to Reduce Cholesterol
Question: 11. How long does it take for life style changes like diet and exercise to affect one’s cholesterol? And what are some other steps one can take to lower their cholesterol? ICYOU.com's Family Practice Physician Emily Haly explains.
Running time: 133 seconds
Snack Ideas for Diabetics
In this video, Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietitian Barbara Carden gives some good snacks for diabetics.
Running time: 46 seconds
Keeping a Food Diary for Diabetes
In this video, Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietitian Barbara Carden talks about the importance of keeping a food diary when you are diabetic.
Running time: 44 seconds
Diabetes and Susceptibility to H1N1
In this video, Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietitian Barbara Carden talks about whether diabetics are more susceptible to the H1N1 virus.
Running time: 79 seconds
All About Insulin Pumps
In this video, Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietitian Barbara Carden talks about insulin pumps. She explains what they are, how they are used, and compares the use of pumps to shots.
Running time: 304 seconds
5 Steps to a Safer Health Care
It’s estimated patient safety gaps cause 100,000 deaths each year in United States hospitals. Source: Institute of Medicine In this video, icyou highlights some recommendations to help you have a safer health care experience.
Running time: 66 seconds
The Rising Medical Costs As a Threat to Senior Care
According to a USA Today analysis, medical costs are the biggest reason why government benefits for seniors increased 24 percent above the inflation rate since 2000. From a public health care perspective, the outlook is precarious. In March, Medicare trustees issued a report saying Medicare’s Hospital Insurance Trust Fund will be empty by 2019. Advocacy groups like AARP are working to draw more attention to what many are calling a “healthcare crisis.” AARP, Business Roundtable, Service Employee
Running time: 141 seconds
How the Fitness Test for Adults Works
icyou's medical editor, Mona Khanna, MD, MPH, introduces us to a new online test from the President's Council on Physical Fitness. This test examines a person's physical fitness level, including muscular strength, aerobic capacity and flexibility. She talks about why it's important to set goals when it comes to improving one's physical fitness.
Running time: 140 seconds
Jane's Last Radiation Treatment
Hooray! The treatments are finished! In this video Jane takes us to her last radiation appointment and explains why she, and many other people, have to wear a mask during the procedure. Jane, a registered nurse with a master's degree in health administration, was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer November 1, 2007. In March 2010, doctors said the cancer had returned, this time in her neck. She shares her experiences and observations in order to help others through their own cancer journey.
Running time: 319 seconds
How to Keep Your BBQ Meat Healthy
Dr. Ann shares her tips for grilling your meats so that they are healthy and tasty!
Running time: 160 seconds
The Effects of COPD
What is the effect of COPD on the person who has it? ICYOU.com's Valerie Scott, M.D explains.
Running time: 86 seconds
Prevalent Health Conditions Among 9/11 Rescuers
When the World Trade Center Towers fell on September 11, 2001, Major Rose Oropallo of the Army Nurse Corps and NYS National Guard reported to duty to serve her country and aid in the relief effort. In the days, weeks and months that followed, rescuers and others in the vicinity began to breath in the dust from the fallen buildings. Only months later did these volunteers and witnesses learn that the dust they were breathing in was extremely toxic.
Running time: 159 seconds
Treatments for Uterine Fibroids
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with fibroids, this video covers several treatment options. It’s important to keep in mind that fibroids are very common and not every woman will need treatment. Dr. Serene Srouji from the Center for Reproductive Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital talks about possible side effects to treatment and whether a hysterectomy is an option for women of childbearing age.
Running time: 351 seconds
How Skin Cancer Screening Works
Icyou contributor Mary Vertucci visits Roper St. Francis Dr. Todd Schlesinger of the Dermatology and Laser Center of Charleston for a routine skin cancer screening. Dr. Schlesinger walks us through the screening and Mary asks all the questions you, as a patient, might have.
Running time: 698 seconds
The Effects of Asbestosis
When the World Trade Center Towers fell on September 11, 2001, Major Rose Oropallo of the Army Nurse Corps and NYS National Guard reported to duty to serve her country and aid in the relief effort. In the days, weeks and months that followed, rescuers and others in the vicinity began to breath in the dust from the fallen buildings. Only months later did these volunteers and witnesses learn that the dust they were breathing in was extremely toxic.
Running time: 62 seconds
Substitution Tips for Healthier Baking
Dr. Ann discusses ways to make your baked goods healthier.
Running time: 218 seconds
Best Options in Fast Food Restaurants
Dr. Ann shares her tips for finding the best options at fast food restaurants.
Running time: 121 seconds
5 Superstar Foods for Breast Health
Dr. Ann shares her top five food recommendations for breast health.
Running time: 169 seconds
How to Pick Salad Dressing
Dr. Ann shares her tips for picking and avoiding salad dressing.
Running time: 147 seconds
5 Scientific Reasons to Eat Salads
Dr. Ann shares 5 science-based reasons to include a pre-meal appetizer of tossed salad topped with an olive oil-based vinaigrette.
Running time: 96 seconds
The Health Benefits of Apples
Dr. Ann talks about the benefits of eating apples.
Running time: 41 seconds
Four Pointers to Boost Your Brain Power
Dr. Ann shares four pointers for building a strong, healthy brain.
Running time: 306 seconds
The Health Benefits of Canned Pumpkin
Dr. Ann shares the surprising benefits associated with eating canned pumpkin.
Running time: 61 seconds
SPF Foods to Protect Your Skin
Dr. Ann discusses foods that have "built-in" SPF to protect your skin.
Running time: 85 seconds


 

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