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On this episode of "Doc Talk", I'll be explaining to you what the causes of developing varicose veins are and simple, natural ways of treating and preventing them. I'll share with you diet, supplement, herbal and lifestyle tips that will provide relief and treatment for spider and varicose veins.
Our guest is Dr. Uchenna Onyeachom, Director of Endovascular Researh at Heart and Vascular Outcomes Research Institute in Beverly, Massachusetts, http://www.hvori.org We will be talking with him about the Venous Patient Outcome Registry. We will talk about the kinds of conditions, including peripheral venous disease and varicose veins, about which information is being collected, and why patients and physicians might want to participate.
The Venous Patient Outcome Registry (VPOR), the first-ever patient-centered online registry, was developed to assess patient outcomes and quality of life for the various treatments of venous disease by standardizing the collection and analysis of clinical information, patient trends and practice patterns by specialists nationwide. Since its launch , VPOR is already recruiting sites and patients from all regions of the United States.
VPOR aims to provide clear, impartial evidence on the effectiveness, benefits and harms of available treatment options for both patients and physicians. Align the needs of patients with the performance of physicians, VPOR will help to translate research findings into information that is useful to clinicians, policy makers, payers and regulators for better patient care. http://www.venouspatientregistry.org
The Heart & Vascular Outcomes Research Institute (HVORI) is a non-profit research organization dedicated to the study of heart, vascular and related disorders. HVORI’s mission is to provide excellence in patient-focused outcome research, thereby improving quality of care, advancing clinical outcomes, reducing healthcare costs and driving innovation.
Erectile dysfunction is when a male cannot start, maintain, or looses an erection that is firm enough to have sexual intercourse. Occasional occurrences of this kind are not uncommon in males but if it happens frequently (more than 25% of the time) then it is termed erectile dysfunction.
The root cause for this condition can be physical or emotional. To test if the cause may be emotional be aware of nighttime erections. Normal males will have 3 to 5 per night and if you experience erectile dysfunction but continue with normal nighttime erections the problem is probably not physical. Emotional concerns are more common among younger men and almost all males experience some erectile dysfunction with aging. Physical problems include difficulties with the nerves to the penis, inadequate blood circulation to the penis, improper functioning of veins that trap blood and maintain erection and the signals from the brain that control all of these complexities.
Emotional causes may come from stress, depression or performance anxiety. Physical causes can be atherosclerosis or other blood flow diseases, nerve diseases, low hormone (testosterone) levels, excess use of alcohol or drugs, physical injury, scar tissue in the penis (Peyronie’s disease) or the side effects of some medication.
Erectile dysfunction is different than premature ejaculation, is not connected with male infertility and usually is not connected with male sex drive.
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Dr Magnant returns to further discuss Vein Disease. On This episode he will be discussing Vein Disease for those who do have obivious signs such a varicose veins.
Dr. Joseph Magnant earned his Doctorate in Medicine and performed his General Surgery internship and residency at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals in Richmond, Virginia. He completed his Vascular Surgery fellowship at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, New Hampshire and is certified by the American Board of Surgery in Vascular Surgery. He is an active member of The Society for Vascular Surgery, The American College of Phlebology, The Southern Association for Vascular Surgery and is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He practiced arterial and venous vascular surgery as part of a large multi-specialty group in Rome, Georgia for 14 years after completing his fellowship in vascular surgery in 1992.
Vein Specialists At Royal Palm Square
Born and raised in the Metro Washington, DC area to Debra D. Thompson and Sherman (Hajji) Harrison. Shamara is an American Singer-Songwriter. Shamara wants nothing more in life than the opportunity to bless the world with her musical gift. She began singing and performing at the tender age of 4. Growing up with a diverse musical background she strives for perfection of her craft, and uses her journey as motivation. Music runs through her veins and continues to be the back drop of her every day life.
"They (black race of Cain), therefore, ought not in the first thing have anything to do in Government affairs. What the Gentiles are doing we are consenting to do. What we are trying to do today is to make the Negro equal with us in all our privilege. My voice shall be against all the day long. I shall not consent for one moment. I will call them a counsel. I say I will not consent for one moment for you to lay a plan to bring a curse upon this people. It shall not be while I am here. (Brigham Young Addresses, Ms d 1234, Box 48, folder 3, dated Feb. 5, 1852, located in the LDS Church Historical Department, Salt Lake City, Utah)
THE LAW OF BOOKER T. WASHINGTON Bishop John Whittaker asked: "If perchance under discussion on some Negro problem, the question arose as to how a Negro would vote if only one drop of Negro blood run in his veins which way would that drop of blood vote on a question, white or black? Without hesitation he [Dr. Washington] said, "If there was one drop of blood in a person and such a question arose, it would always vote with the Negro." Booker T Washington at University of Utah, 1913.
THE LAW OF ALBERT SCHWEITZER: whenever a white man seeks to live among them as their equal, they will either destroy him or devour him, and they will destroy all his work; and so for any existing relationship or for any benefit to this people let white men from anywhere in the world who would come to help Africa remember that you must continually retain the status; you the master, and they inferior, like children that you would help or teach. Never fraternize with them as equals, never accept them as your social equals; or they will devour you; they will destroy you." Albert Schweitzer, Nobel Laureate
The most peaceful years of Austin Miller’s life were before he married. Only he, Sophia and her mother, Elizabeth, were in the house. After his marriage, the house became a hotbed of chaos fueled by overzealous attitudes and unyielding temperaments. His marriage had been strained by adultery, and after it had been patched, they were separated by the war.
Sophia’s best friends were three white girls that she grew up with. When seen by someone that did not know them, they would assume that all four were white. The color of their skin would not be enough to tell that one had a trace of black blood in her veins that made her a slave.
Appearing to be white did not make a person white, and being black had its’ limitations. Yet, in a small southern town in Tennessee, Sophia ignored the social code regarding interracial relationships.
Seeds of Magnolia unveils some of the stories that have been sheltered by the family—stories that have been kept in the closet, swept under the rug, or just gone untold.
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Holy Instruction To The Muur's
Let all old business stay as it is, and let all new business, do it in your free national name. Let your good deeds out number your bad deeds, and when you pass away, you won't have anything to worry about. My good Muurs are going to live. We the muurs have the blood of every nation flowing through our veins, thereby bringing about a cross spirit.' The Italians have our blood Ithe blood of the muurs running threw their veins, thats why they are so mean. I didn't tell anyone where i was born or who my parents wrer, because i didn't want people to make a shrine out of the place or make over my parents like was done with Joseph and Mary. Peace and love my family
Rosalind Cherry aka Cherry Bomb and Cassandra Thompson aka Mocha(butter)Fly take poetry and "The Reality of Mocha(butter)Fly", the new poetry book written by Cassandra and inspired by her desire to encourage and inspire others through her craft. Mocha will share her journey in and through the world of poetry with us as we delve into her dreams and purpose and her poetic plans for the future.
1st hour dedicated to this awesome young woman's interview
2nd hour Open Mic, so come one and all for all are welcome to come and release the artistic passion that flows like blood in your veins and yearns to be spilled in spoken form!!! What a tremendous night of inspiration and sharing it will be!
Today I'm going to tell you everything I know about Ebola. Which means, I'm going to search the internet and tell you everything the internet says about Ebola. Then, while doing that, I'm going to point out to you that the USA's Southern border is full of GREAT BIG HOLES (much like your organs, veins, arteries, etc., when you have EBOLA). I'm going to take the two things, Ebola, and the porous nature of our Southern border, and beat you over the head with it until you recognize that this is an IMMINENT THREAT situation. Did you enjoy the all-caps on those words? Emphasis, people, emphasis.