Electrocardiogram (ECG, EKG) library
12-lead ECG library Homepage. A collection of electrocardiograms. Learn electrocardiography by seeing examples of the various abnormalities.
Paralyzed Girl Makes Amazing Comeback
A car accident two years ago left this girl paralyzed from the arms down. This is what determination looks like.
You won't believe what's hiding inside this former beauty...
Here's a hint: it's another part of her body. As in, it was once attached to her person elsewhere, only to be removed and tucked away inside her belly for safekeeping.
Surgery Videos: MedlinePlus
This page provides links to prerecorded webcasts of surgical procedures. These are actual operations performed at medical centers in the United States. Please note that you cannot send in questions by email, though the webcast may say that you can,...
Injecting life-saving oxygen into a vein
Patients unable to breathe because of acute lung failure or an obstructed airway need another way to get oxygen to their blood -- and fast -- to avoid cardiac arrest and brain injury. Medical researchers have designed tiny, gas-filled microparticles ...
Stop a Cold in Its Tracks - Health.com
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A New Study Just Linked Benadryl to This Terrifying Disease...
Researchers determined that long-term Benadryl use is associated with increased risk of dementia.
Your Brain Has A "Delete" Button--Here's How To Use It
This is the fascinating way that your brain makes space to build new and stronger connections so you can learn more.
Scientists Invent Oxygen Particle That If Injected, Allows...
HIV: What's Going on Inside Your Body
You may look fine. You may feel fine. But the virus is working away, causing harm to the body. That's the trick HIV plays. Watch this video to see what HIV does and how treatment can help.
Alzheimer's Markers Seen Way Before Symptoms
New Gel That Stops Bleeding in Wounds Invented
Immunology Video Lecture Course
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What Everyone Needs to Know About Bee Stings
The Strange Powers of the Placebo Effect
A look at the many strange effects of placebos. Created by: Daniel Keogh - http://www.twitter.com/ProfessorFunk Luke Harris - http://www.lukeharrisgraphics.c...
MRI Scans of Produce are Completely Amazing
Magnetic Resonance Imaging uses magnets to align hydrogen atoms and radio waves to create a series of images of internal structures. The result is a 3D rep
Scientists Grow World's First Engineered Urethra, Created...
Low vitamin D levels pose large threat to health
OncoBreak: Social Tanning, Placentas for Prostates
Yosprala Gets FDA Approval for CV Prevention
This Blood Scan Reveals Every Virus That's Ever Infected...
Like a crystal ball into your past infections
9 Tips for Managing the Unpredictability of MS
With multiple sclerosis, you can't predict how you'll feel from day to day. Better multiple sclerosis management helps you prepare for the ups and downs.
Major Arteries of the Head and Neck - TeachMeAnatomy
Lack of Sleep May Foul Up Concussion Test
Play Virtual Knee Surgery Flash Game
Girl who doesn't grow continues to baffle doctors
At 20 years old, Brooke Greenberg weighs 16 pounds and stands 2 feet, 6 inches tall.
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Thomas Goetz: It's time to redesign medical data
TED Talks Your medical chart: it's hard to access, impossible to read -- and full of information that could make you healthier if you just knew how to use it. At TEDMED, Thomas Goetz looks at medical data, making a bold call to redesign it and get mo...
Study: CBD From Cannabis Enhances Skeletal Healing
The administration of the non-psychotropic cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD) leads to improvement in bone fracture healing, according to preclinical data published online ahead of print in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research.
Few Adverse Events With Cosmetic Skin Procedures
Johns Hopkins Researchers Return Blood Cells to Stem Cell...
Johns Hopkins scientists have developed a reliable method to turn the clock back on blood cells, restoring them to a primitive stem cell state from which they can then develop into any other type of cell in the body.
All time classic creationist pwnage - Bad Science
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WORLD MEDICAL FIRST: British doctors grow woman's transplant...
A mother of two has become the first person in the world to undergo a whole organ transplant grown from her own stem cells. The British scientists are hailing a new dawn in transplant surgery.
Microwavable water VS Purified water
The Toxicity of Recreational Drugs » American Scientist...
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Fractal Analysis of Trabecular Bone — Musculoskeletal...
Fractals are unusual geometric structures that can be used to analyze many biologic structures not amenable to conventional analysis. The purpose of this exhibit is to teach some of the fundamentals of fractal analysis, and to show how they can be ap...
You Won't Believe How Accurate GE's New CT Scanner Is
Even after 40 years of service, X-ray computed tomography (better known as CT scans) can be a challenge to capture. If the patient moves even a nudge, the image will come out blurry. But with GE's new Revolution CT, doctors will be able to image the ...
Your Brain Can Hurt You
The placebo effect can be used to hurt people's health. It's called the nocebo effect, and the sincere belief that something will hurt you will seriously harm people's health.
Infrared Light Therapy Runs Ahead of Science
Why other professions can't relate to medicine
Doctors have a difficult time adjusting to other cultures and because of this flaw, patients and the medical profession suffer.
"Affliction With Little Dragons" Could Be the First Eradicated...
Cannabinoid receptors, CB1 and CB2, ... [Cancer Prev Res...
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