How Does Cold Medicine Work?

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[♩INTRO ] Ahh, winter. The leaves have fallen, the breeze is chilly… and cold season has arrived. When that sticky cough and sniffly nose hits, you probably cozy up with some hot soup, a box of tissues, and your favorite brand of cold medicine. There are syrups, pills, and vaporizers to treat about every symptom […]


Why Stimulants Help ADHD

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[♪ INTRO ] Odds are, you’ve heard of Ritalin or Adderall. They’re both members of the class of drugs called stimulants, and they’re often prescribed to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, better known as ADHD. But stimulants and hyperactivity seem like a weird match. If someone can’t sit still, why would you give them more […]


Doctor Faustus Summary & Analysis (Marlowe) – Thug Notes

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Sup homegirl? This week we gettin’ in to some devil’s bidness with Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe. Now befo’ we get started, I gotta lay down some truth real quick. There are actually two different versions of this text- A and B. This summary gonna cover the A- text. So, Doc Faustus chillin at his […]


Physician Assistant Studies Program: Team Based Learning
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Physician Assistant Studies Program: Team Based Learning

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team-based learning is a flipped classroom approach where the content that is typically delivered in lecture is acquired by the student outside of class and the homework or the application of that content to scenarios and critical thinking and problem solving is actually done in the classroom. it’s a pretty simple concept that goes back […]


Ming-Chih Kao, PhD, MD on Medications & Back Pain

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Earned his doctoral degree in computational biology and biostatistics at Harvard University. After graduate school, he continued to research at NIH and earned an MD at the University of Michigan. He has an unusual experience as a primary care physician in San Francisco. There, the complexities of chronic pain, its diagnosis, and its management led […]



Health & Medicine: Crash Course Sociology #42

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As we launch into our final segment of Crash Course Sociology, I’m sure one of the things that you’ve learned by now is that sociology touches on everything. It helps us understand every aspect of society – even those that we think are strictly personal, like religion, sex, and gender. And the same is true […]


Travelling with medicines and medical devices
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Travelling with medicines and medical devices

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Traveling with medicines and medical devices. Are you planning to travel with medicines and medical devices? Don’t end up with an unpleasant surprise. You need to know about the rules and requirements that apply to travelers Why do you need to be careful about traveling with medicines and medical devices? Australia has regulations about carrying […]


The Next Generation of Medicine

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The Academic Affiliation between the University of Toledo and ProMedica is an enormous opportunity.>>It’s designed to provide great health care for years to come.>>It’s going to be highly impactful from an economic development perspective.>>We’ll get more research dollars to provide healthcare services in a different way.>>It’s going to attract the brightest students and give them […]


Ming-Chih Kao, PhD, MD on Medications & Back Pain

By Paul Henry / in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , /

Earned his doctoral degree in computational biology and biostatistics at Harvard University. After graduate school, he continued to research at NIH and earned an MD at the University of Michigan. He has an unusual experience as a primary care physician in San Francisco. There, the complexities of chronic pain, its diagnosis, and its management led […]