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The Best Celebrity Diets
With so many diets out there, which ones are the best?  Celebrity Diets draw lots of attention because we are able to watch the progress in tabloids with that asterisk and taking out the photoshop guessing game.  Learn how the biggest losers of 2010 shed their unwanted pounds.
Running time: 322 seconds
Top Tech Execs: Star Trek Tricoder - the Future of Mobile
Top Tech Execs: Star Trek 'Tricoder' the Future of Mobile Churchill Club - Fairmont Hotel With five billion subscriber connections worldwide, mobile has emerged as the largest technology platform in human history. Having predicted a decade ago that wireless would have far greater impact than the wired Internet, Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs remains intent on leveraging the power of mobile to redefine computing, health care, education, social media, commerce and more.
Running time: 157 seconds
Bad Behavior - Don't Blame It on Your Genes
Wired for Bad Behavior? Don't Blame It on Your Genes NY Salon - The Albert Ellis Institute Researchers in the field of behavioral genetics have asserted claims for a genetic basis to numerous behaviors, including homosexuality, aggression, alcoholism, and nurturing. Furthermore, a growing scientific and popular focus on genes and behavior has contributed to a resurgence of behavioral genetic determinism -- the belief that genetics is the major factor in determining behavior.
Running time: 242 seconds
American Irrational Approach to Mortality
Get Real: Americans' Irrational Approach to Mortality Miller Center of Public Affairs. Rising budget deficits have become a principal concern of the American people in recent months, and are already a cause celbre for politicians in both parties ahead of this year's midterm elections. Yet the current round of healthcare negotiations has largely sidestepped one of the most costly elements in health spending: end-of-life patient care.
Running time: 168 seconds
Male Emotional Expressions
Dr. Brizendine: Nature vs. Nurture Is Dead Dominican University of California - Angelico Hall Dr. Brizendine discusses her latest book, The Male Brain: A Breakthrough Understanding of How Men and Boys Think.
Running time: 225 seconds
The Pursuit of Happiness Is Making You Miserable
The Pursuit of Happiness Is Making You Miserable Australian Broadcasting Corporation - Intelligence Squared (IQ2) The pursuit of happiness is one of the unalienable rights enshrined in the U.S. Declaration of Independence. But is our relentless striving to feel good no matter what actually making us miserable? Would we be better to accept that life comes with good times and bad, and make peace with that?
Running time: 415 seconds
Depression Being Overtreated
Hickie vs. Ahmed: Is Depression Being Overtreated? Australian Broadcasting Corporation - Intelligence Squared (IQ2) The pursuit of happiness is one of the unalienable rights enshrined in the U.S. Declaration of Independence. But is our relentless striving to feel good no matter what actually making us miserable? Would we be better to accept that life comes with good times and bad, and make peace with that?
Running time: 222 seconds
The Worlds First Sex Robot
Beyond Military Drones: The World's First Sex Robot Australian Broadcasting Corporation - Gleebooks What forces are driving the rapid technological developments that continue to shape our world? According to author Peter Nowak it is a very un-holy trinity; the war, porn and fast food industries.In this talk at Gleebooks, Nowak brands the internet as "military made, porn perfected" and explains his thesis and looking at how these industries drive technological change.
Running time: 295 seconds
Differing Views on Being Transgender
Illness or Identity? Differing Views on Being Transgender The New York Public Library. Albert Einstein did not believe in a personal God. And his famous quip that "God does not play dice with the universe" was a statement about quantum physics, not a statement of faith.
Running time: 233 seconds
USDA Food Safety Practices Half-Baked
Michael Moss: USDA Food Safety Practices Half-Baked? Commonwealth Club - The Commonwealth Club of California Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Michael Moss shares his insights gained while uncovering some of the food industry's best kept secrets.Moss just won the Pulitzer Prize for his investigation of lapses in food safety surrounding contaminated hamburger meat. Moss traced the sordid history of one hamburger that left a 22-year-old woman paralyzed from E. Coli.
Running time: 139 seconds
Pain Mandate to Blame for Uptick in US Opioid Overdoses
Pain Mandate to Blame for Uptick in US Opioid Overdoses? California Academy of Sciences - African Hall Join Patil Armenian, MD of the California Poison Control System for Poisons, Venoms and Pills: Toxicology 101, an uninhibited interactive presentation and talk about all the various toxic substance you can ingest, inject, drink, get stung by, or be bitten with: from pills in your medicine chest to a viper in the wilderness.
Running time: 208 seconds
Stress as Leading Cause of Cancer
John Gray: Everyone Over 40 Has Cancer. John Gray discusses Venus on Fire, Mars on Ice. Dr. Gray advises men and women of the best ways to harness the connection between stress, blood sugar, body fat, and behavior to create lifelong passion and better health. Dr. Gray says that the differences between the sexes, and how they relate to one another, are biochemically based and can be explained-and managed-by our hormones.
Running time: 356 seconds
Jonah Lehrer: The Surprising Benefits of Daydreaming
Jonah Lehrer: The Surprising Benefits of Daydreaming The New Yorker - SVA Theatre 1 Nicholson Baker received a National Book Critics Circle Award for his book "Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper," part of which first appeared in The New Yorker. He has also written eight novels, most recently "The Anthologist," and the nonfiction books "U and I: A True Story" and "Human Smoke." His fiction, essays, and reporting have appeared in The New Yorker since 1981.
Running time: 144 seconds
Whether the Government Should Subsidize Viagra
Should the Government Subsidize Viagra? Australian Broadcasting Corporation - National Press Club Across the world, the story is the same. Sex scandal. Media frenzy. Another prominent man caught with his pants down. So, why do men take such risks for sex?Bettina Arndt's new book, What Men Want - in bed, is all about why sex matters so much to men. More than 150, mostly older, men kept diaries for her, talking about what it is like to live with that constant sparking sexual energy.
Running time: 227 seconds
Is Hydroquinone Safe and Effective
Hydroquinone has traditionally been known as an effective skin bleach used in treating skin pigmentation and discoloration. However, from time to time, some people allege that it's neither safe nor effective. In this episode of DermTV, Dr. Schultz shares whether hydroquinone is safe and effective.
Running time: 241 seconds
Wrestlers' Risk for MRSA Staph Infections
Michael DeFranco MD and guest Robert Hines, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine Specialist, Head team physician Oklahoma University Wrestling Team, 2008 Olympic Wrestling Team Physician talk about the risk and prevention of staph infection amongst wrestlers, especially when it comes to medication resistant golden staph.
Running time: 270 seconds
The Difference Between a Shoulder Separation and a Dislocation
Michael DeFranco MD and Guest Andrew Feldman MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine Specialist and Head Team Physician for the New York Rangers NHL Hockey Team talk about the difference between a shoulder separation and a dislocation.
Running time: 112 seconds
Wrestlers' Cauliflower Ear
Michael DeFranco MD and Guest Robert Hines, M.D. Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine Specialist Head team physician Oklahoma University Wrestling Team, 2008 Olympic Wrestling Team Physician explain what cauliflower ear is amongst wrestlers.
Running time: 121 seconds
Osgood Schlatter´s Disease and Sinding-Larsen-Johansson Syndrome
Michael DeFranco MD and guest Rebecca Carl MD Pediatric Sports Medicine Specialist Childrens Memorial Hospital and Ass. Professor Pediatrics, Northwestern University explains what are Osgood Schlatter´s Disease and Sinding-Larsen-Johansson Syndrome.
Running time: 115 seconds
The High Rate of Serious Hockey Injuries Among Young Children
Michael DeFranco MD and Guest Jeff Deits, athletic trainer and researcher talk about hockey injuries among young athletes.
Running time: 240 seconds
Stretching for Sports Injury Prevention
Michael DeFranco MD and Guest Andrew Feldman MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine Specialist Head Team Physician for the New York Rangers NHL Hockey Team talk about stretching to avoid sports injuries.
Running time: 109 seconds
Concussion Prevention in Hockey
Michael DeFranco MD and Guest Andrew Feldman MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine Specialist Head Team Physician for the New York Rangers NHL Hockey Team talk about concussion prevention for Hockey players.
Running time: 192 seconds
Hockey Player Concussion Cases
Michael DeFranco MD and Guest Andrew Feldman MD Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine Specialist Head Team Physician for the New York Rangers NHL Hockey Team talk about concussion cases among hockey players.
Running time: 197 seconds
Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Part 1
In this video learn about the different exercises that can help you keep a healthy heart.
Running time: 216 seconds
Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Part 2
In this video learn about the different exercises that can help you keep a healthy heart.
Running time: 554 seconds


 

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