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Making a $10,000 Cerebral Palsy Tool Cost $50
Applied science expert Dr. Mike Wirth explains how a $10,000 cerebral palsy tool came to a meager cost of $50 due with a bit of DIY culture.
Running time: 220 seconds
The Dangers of Steroid Eye Drops
Dr. Patrick DeRespinis talks about the dangers of steroid eye drops. Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology Residency: New Jersey Medical School Fellowship: Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of "Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
Running time: 53 seconds
Eye Orbital Fractures in Children
Dr. Patrick DeRespinis explains the dangers and surgical treatment of eye orbital fractures in children. Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology Residency: New Jersey Medical School Fellowship: Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of "Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
Running time: 106 seconds
Child Eye Injury from Microwave Popcorn
Dr. Patrick DeRespinis explains the injury risk of microwave popcorn to children's eyes. Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology Residency: New Jersey Medical School Fellowship: Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of "Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
Running time: 85 seconds
The Dangers of Nail Glue to Your Eyes
Dr. Patrick DeRespinis explains the dangers of nail glue to your eyes, its confusion with eye drops. Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology Residency: New Jersey Medical School Fellowship: Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of "Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
Running time: 77 seconds
Stem Cell Treatment Helps a Mountain Climber Reach New Hights
Typically when the cartilage is gone in-between our ankle joint, it means doctors have to fuse the joint and make it stiff. A new approach is using stem cells from the patient's own body to regenerate new cartilage.
Running time: 104 seconds
How Kidney Exchange Saved 14 Lives
A young mother is leaving a lasting legacy after her death by donating her organs. See how it set off a chain of events that saved 14 lives.
Running time: 99 seconds
Robot Assisted Throat Rebuilding Surgery for Oral Cancer
A devoted grandfather and volunteer firefighter lost his ability to eat solid food after a battle with tongue cancer. Now robots are making reconstructive surgery much easier on the patient, and giving them back basic abilities.
Running time: 104 seconds
How a Biological Powder Regenerates a Soldier's Muscle
A soldier who lost more than 90 percent of his leg muscle in combat is feeling whole again. Find out how researchers used powder from a pig's bladder to rebuild his leg.
Running time: 103 seconds
First Face Transplant in the U.S.
A woman who nearly died from a violent attack at the hands of her husband is now stepping into the spotlight again with confidence and a brand new face. See how surgeons made her remarkable transformation possible.
Running time: 105 seconds
Brain Surgery for a Practicing Fiddler
A world renowned musician serenades surgeons during his own brain surgery, and his soothing sounds tells doctors how to fix his tremors.
Running time: 114 seconds
New Implant to Solve Your Bladder Problems
Bladder control issues may not be part of common conversation, but they are common. Now, a pager-like implant may be able to solve all your problems.
Running time: 91 seconds
Heart Cooling Devices for Firefighters
Researchers have two new methods to keep these heroes battling brutal heat for longer. Cooling down the heart may be the key to fighting another day.
Running time: 97 seconds
High-Tech Help for Autism
Video games and role-playing are usually reserved for after school fun. For kids with autism, they need to be part of the curriculum.
Running time: 102 seconds
Breathalyzer Test for Breast Cancer
It may sound odd, but the same method used to bust drunk drivers is now employed to diagnose breast cancer in record time.
Running time: 94 seconds
New Reconstructive Surgery Options After Mastectomy
Each year, more than 200,000 women are forced to tackle breast cancer. But, once the fight is over, the task of rebuilding mind and body starts.
Running time: 110 seconds
The Dangers of Scleroderma
One day you're living life, the next, you're dead. It's happened before, and it'll happen again as long as scleroderma is on the loose. We speak with a survivor who may help unlock the mystery behind this often-fatal disease.
Running time: 85 seconds
Healthy Snack Options for Kids with Dr. Oz Garcia
It’s the new year and we’re all trying to make healthy eating resolutions, especially when it comes to our kids. Nutritionist to the Stars and author of the new book, "The Food Cure for Kids," Dr. Oz Garcia, shares some healthy snacking options for the little ones in ours lives.
Running time: 87 seconds
New Treatment for Liver Cancer
Liver cancer is now one of the fastest growing and deadliest cancers in the U.S. Find out how one doctor took a treatment for another disease and used it to bring liver cancer patients a new sense of hope.
Running time: 92 seconds
Aniridia Birth Defect in Children
Patrick DeRespinis describes the eye birth defect known as Aniridia. Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology Residency: New Jersey Medical School Fellowship: Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of "Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
Running time: 61 seconds
Hyphema Eye Condition in Children
Dr. Patrick DeRespinis talks about Hyphema eye condition in children and how it is treated. Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology Residency: New Jersey Medical School Fellowship: Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of "Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
Running time: 96 seconds
Horner Syndrome Eye Defect in Children
Dr. Patrick DeRespinis talks about the symptoms of the birth defect of Horner syndrome. Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology Residency: New Jersey Medical School Fellowship: Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of "Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
Running time: 76 seconds
The Challenge of Diagnosing a Childs Eye Pain
Dr. Patrick DeRespinis talks about the challenges of diagnosing the cause of a child's eye pain. Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology Residency: New Jersey Medical School Fellowship: Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of "Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
Running time: 79 seconds
Children's Corneal Abrasions
Dr. Patrick DeRespinis talks about cornea damage in children. Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology Residency: New Jersey Medical School Fellowship: Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of "Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
Running time: 59 seconds
Coloboma Eye Defect in Children
Dr. Patrick DeRespinis talks about the child eye defect known as Coloboma. Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology Residency: New Jersey Medical School Fellowship: Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of "Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
Running time: 94 seconds


 

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