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Knowing someone else is watching and cheering you on as you go through your workout is an excellent motivator, especially when that person is your romantic partner. Research has consistently found that exercising with another person — particularly one who is fitter than you — will make you perform better. In most couples, there will be one person who is better conditioned, so the other is likely to get a better workout. Here’s a look at some of the potential benefits of getting sweaty with your partner. 1. It provides accountability.

If you need a push to get out of bed in the morning for your 5 a.m. workout. 10 Tips for Solving Relationship Conflicts These research-backed tips can make your conflict discussions more constructive. Posted Apr 17, 2017. 6 Tips to Work Successfully with Your Spouse Susan Baroncini-Moe Updated: Jun. 22, 2020 How you handle working with your spouse can determine whether it’s a wonderful way to make your.

Find out ways to effectively work with your spouse. Running a business can be difficult, perhaps more so if your business partner is also your spouse. Find out ways to effectively work with your spouse. It is important to remember that you are together for many reasons.

If your work schedules are completely imcompatible, that can make being in a relationship together pretty tricky. “Not to say early birds and night owls can’t make it work. One of those times is when you’re on a date with your partner. Whether you’re simply watching a movie together or out at a restaurant, being physically together isn’t enough to sustain a strong relationship. Giving your Twitter feed more attention than your partner is.

This one seems a little strange, but hear me out. If your partner asks for your opinion, feedback, or just a general response from you, and you’re. She shares all her feelings.

Being honest about all of her thoughts and feelings is one of the biggest signs you can trust your partner, says Shaunti Feldhahn, social researcher and author of. 6 Reasons to Work Out Together: Your warm up should be a regular part of your training routine, but many people neglect to do it. When you work out together, you can motivate each other to do it.

Exercise 1 (star toe touches) is a great way to loosen up your body.

List of related literature:

But the 6 are referred to as contributing to health-related physical fitness because scientists in kinesiology have shown that they can reduce your risk of chronic disease and promote good health and wellness.

“Health Opportunities Through Physical Education” by Corbin, Charles B, McConnell, Karen, Le Masurier, Guy, Corbin, David, Farrar, Terri
from Health Opportunities Through Physical Education
by Corbin, Charles B, McConnell, Karen, et. al.
Human Kinetics, 2014

For instance, an inactive partner may not know what types of support the exercising partner needs.

“The Psychology of Exercise: Integrating Theory and Practice” by Curt L. Lox, Kathleen A. Martin Ginis, Steven J. Petruzzello
from The Psychology of Exercise: Integrating Theory and Practice
by Curt L. Lox, Kathleen A. Martin Ginis, Steven J. Petruzzello
Taylor & Francis, 2016

Research into this area has generally concentrated on survey-based studies of large cohorts of competitive endurance-trained athletes and the findings do provide support for a relationship between heavy exercise and increased risk for URTI, thus supporting the J-shaped model.

“Immune Function in Sport and Exercise” by Michael Gleeson, British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences
from Immune Function in Sport and Exercise
by Michael Gleeson, British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences
Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, 2006

For example, when people’s personal goals (e.g., to eat healthfully to lose weight) conflict with their social or relational goals (e.g., to have fun with their friends at a barbecue), recent research has shown that relationship partners can lead people to temporarily abandon their personal goals.

“Encyclopedia of Human Relationships: Vol. 1-” by Harry T. Reis, Susan Sprecher
from Encyclopedia of Human Relationships: Vol. 1-
by Harry T. Reis, Susan Sprecher
SAGE Publications, 2009

Thus, the perceived collective efficacy for couples to work together to maintain their adherence to an exercise program may help with individuals who have weak motivation to engage in physical activity.

“Advances in Motivation in Sport and Exercise” by Glyn C. Roberts, Darren Treasure
from Advances in Motivation in Sport and Exercise
by Glyn C. Roberts, Darren Treasure
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2012

3 For a more comprehensive explanation of resistance to change and the change process, see Andrew Christensen, Brian D. Doss, and Neil S. Jacobson, Reconcilable Differences: Rebuild Your Relationship by Rediscovering the Partner You Love—Without Losing Yourself, 2nd ed.

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from Beyond Beliefs: A Guide to Improving Relationships and Communication for Vegans, Vegetarians, and Meat Eaters
by Melanie Joy
Lantern Books, 2018

The wife may have a passion for fitness and will be drawn to a new release that covers scientific research into diet and exercise.

“Oversubscribed: How To Get People Lining Up To Do Business With You” by Daniel Priestley
from Oversubscribed: How To Get People Lining Up To Do Business With You
by Daniel Priestley
Wiley, 2020

I tell youthere is not one reason but several: it is a good cardiovascular activity, it brings me closer to my partner who happens to be my best friend, I want to show off my skill to someone, to help my partner develop self-confidence, or simply because it’s fun.

“Sex, Love, and Friendship: Studies of the Society for the Philosophy of Sex and Love, 1977-1992” by Alan Soble, Society for the Philosophy of Sex and Love
from Sex, Love, and Friendship: Studies of the Society for the Philosophy of Sex and Love, 1977-1992
by Alan Soble, Society for the Philosophy of Sex and Love
Rodopi, 1997

The relationship between autonomous motivation and physical activity has also been supported in other studies (Daley and Duda, 2006; Frederick-Recascino and Schuster-Smith, 2003; Wilson, Blanchard, Nehl, and Baker, 2006).

“Emerging Theories in Health Promotion Practice and Research” by Ralph J. DiClemente, Richard A. Crosby, Michelle C. Kegler
from Emerging Theories in Health Promotion Practice and Research
by Ralph J. DiClemente, Richard A. Crosby, Michelle C. Kegler
Wiley, 2009

Adherence to physical activity could be promoted by extrinsic motivation through relationships between green exercise and health, driven by external factors such as pressure from significant others; however, this is not likely to affect everyone, much less over the long term.

“Handbook of Environmental Psychology and Quality of Life Research” by Ghozlane Fleury-Bahi, Enric Pol, Oscar Navarro
from Handbook of Environmental Psychology and Quality of Life Research
by Ghozlane Fleury-Bahi, Enric Pol, Oscar Navarro
Springer International Publishing, 2016

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  • I am quite surprised about these. I am a doctor from Denmark, and here the most competitive specialties include pediatrics and anesthesiology. It is practically impossible to get into these specialties without a PHD.

  • Before of 1 month mere doctor n mujhe flupenxitol medicine prescribed kiya tha after taking this medicine i feel good,but nowadays i feel again like depression but my doctr not available here so can i take flupenxitol small dose

  • Those average salaries are quantifying salaries even lower than the average obviously.

    In Miami, I know quite a few physicians who earn half of the average you state. Family physicians in Miami Florida earn 100 K and I know of one earning less than 100 K.

    Kids better think twice about medicine before they rack up a debt load which their salary will not be able to pay for.

  • they all make more money than the most competitve and highest paying specialities in the uk like cardiothoraic and trauma and orthopedic. wow

  • Choose the speciality that you see yourself doing. You are happy in and see yourself waking up to go to work happy and feeling fulfilled for the next 25 years. All physician are very handsomely paid and it is well respected profession. Never make it about salary you will paid more than a senator.

  • Peds & emergency medicine! so very interested in both. I love kids to the death of me, too adorable I love them so much. While emergency medicine I love a fast paced exciting environment where I have to use logic medicine and tools to help an individual in an emergency situation so they can survive

  • Trueee I could not agree more esp the emotional intelligence. I watched a video from Mt Sinai Hospital and the junior doctors usually show no compassion and their facial expression ugh not helping at all but the senior doctors usually smilegive good vibespatting on shoulders yeahhh learn from your doctors (good behaviours)

  • Sir… I always hurts deeply on someone’s behavior… Whatever they are my family or my friends…i want to get strong by emotions… Plz upload a video about it.. ����

  • I am now in medical school. Both my parents were doctor they were specialist.One Neurologist,and Nephrologist. So I want to be a specialist in oncology and Nephrologist
    Please advise.

  • I’m 15 years old and it’s my Dream to be A Psychiatrist. I’m extremely worried and not confident enough cos im not that smart lol, but now I’m kinda relieved because of this cos it’s one of the easiest specialty

  • The only way the Statist in gov’t will agree to personal rapid tests is to mark all tests sold as active cases, and then it will be the responsibility of end user to prove to the State that he is negative. The state will have access to your phone, pc, data, etc etc.. Then the State will place a tax on every test and result

  • Hi Doc Mike, am a new subscriber here from the Philippines. What about blood type AB? Are they potentially at high risk with covid?

  • Thanks for the link. But stats from 2020 NRMP MATCH Outcomes for US Grads and IMG states otherwise…EM is still competitive.

    Do you have any data I can read?

  • PM&R is extremely underrated. In fact, the specialty is more high-tech than what is explained here. You have TONS of things to do (including injections and robotics) and you can pick whichever you want according to your interest. They deal with several human systems: musculoskeletal, neurology, and even cardiopulmonary system which is not mentioned here. Their patient ranges from babies to elderly patients. Their way of thinking is very different from other doctors, very patient-oriented and not just focused on “curing” the disease. Therefore, their relationship with patient is often great, not to mention their satisfaction rate of their lifestyle. It is truly a hidden gem that looks like a lump of mud for a medical student.

  • Sir i need your advice…i just completed my medical graduation but now seems like iam not intrested in practicing medicine but don’t regret it because i love reading any thing about related to medical line but just not intrested in practicing in real life…and now iam confused what to do ahead??..PLEASE some advice

  • What am I doing wrong if AB crunches hurts my neck? I don’t notice it during training, but the day after I often feel pain/stiffness in my neck. Not the good kind. Even trying to relax the neck, I once even managed to take it so far that the day after I had to call in sick because I literally COULD NOT move my head to the left or right because it caused so much pain. I love AB crunches, it REALLY makes me feel it in the abs. But I can’t seem to eliminate AB crunches causing me neck problems.

  • Sleep hygiene! My favourite one! Changed my whole life once I started keeping track of my sleeping routine and made a good change:D

  • Michael Mina mentions that the FDA needs to have reporting of the test results to allow mass production and usage of cheap rapid antigen testing. Firstly I would like to say that this testing, as explained by Michael, is actually urgent and a medical no brainer. He mentions that that companies will need to develop a digitised reporting solution and this will potentially increase the price. Our company, HealthDocs has a Free patient mobile app that has a Coronovirus Symptom Screening plugin. We have also developed a in-expensive Corporate Compliance Solution (DCP) that allows symptom screening of employees, scholars, club members and visitors. We can add the Antigen test result in immediately. This DCP can be linked to a multi layered organisation, eg CDC, that can get reporting, in real time of these test results. I believe that our total platform can satisfy the FDA and accelerate rapid antigen testing, saving lives. I’m happy to discuss further with yourself, Michael or anyone else who is interested. You can download the HealthDocs app for free on IOS or Google app stores.
    Dr Antonio Rodrigues MD, [email protected] mweb.co.za, http://www.healthdocs.co.za

  • Curious to see if these assessments are based on any particular survey or simply metrics that you picked at the beginning of video as these do not seem to add up in the real world.

  • PM&R residency, Psychiatry and ER has gotten significantly more competitive. Particularly PM&R, the secrets out about the specialty, my PM&R friends love it.

  • Can you do a video on the potential for being a part time physician? After being a physician for a decade or so, I’d like to know if you can drop down your hours, or even go in part time off the bat

  • Can you quantify these liklihoods? 1%, 10%? What are we talking about here roughly speaking? Great videos. Could you do a video on how you protect yourself at your workplace please?

  • I’m surprised there isn’t a specialty that deals with patients who have severe phobias of needles, doctors, blood, etc. Not the people who are just slightly averse, but the very problematic cases. This is a real disability, just as real as not being able to leave the house, and has very negative consequences due to lack of routine health care. Survival/avoidance behavior is as old as life itself, and my guess is this probably sits in large part in a pretty old part of the brain. Not only has the healthcare system not acknowledged this issue, many doctors actually respond in very demeaning ways. It’s sad because most patients do not have enough background in neuroscience to know those doctors are completely ignorant regarding the science of this issue, and patients are made to feel this is a character failing on their part. You cannot reason a person out of this because this is happening at least as low as the mid brain, and there just isn’t the wiring for higher order processing areas to reach in and tinker with the malfunction. Talk therapy in reality has very little success with this issue (despite what the psychology community would like to believe) because a patient cannot, on command, direct their brain to repair a wonky post synaptic receptor protein configuration issue in the upper brain stem. On the business side of things, there are plenty of medical codes to weave some sort of practice out of helping these people, there is, at the moment, almost no competition in the area, and patients would pay quite a premium for this type of service.

  • The only reason why I think I would survive medicine is because I been through it all..I been through a lot of shit in my life that anything that comes up will be not too bad..but I am just so lazy sometimes:( help!

  • Gunning for EM!
    “In the ED we see the most exciting 30 minutes of every specialty, then hand them off to the appropiate department”
    I heard that once, and after i started volunteering during my 1st and 2nd year at my school’s hospital three times a week, i definetly share the feeling.

  • I like to know if does anyone think that anesthesiologists could be replaced by AI?.. Two days ago I read at pubmed that invented a bot to assist intubation.. the Kepler system…. Therefor could be less competitive

  • the stigma against psychiatrists is there bc nowadays a lot of people will just stay “take x pill” for literally any mental problem

  • Good video but PM&R is more that just modalities. It is not the same as PT. PT is just a part. Physiatrist use a combination of tools as OT, psychology, interventions and/or prosthetic. There are leaders trying to keep and preserve function in patients body:)

  • Watching this video in 2019 because I’ve hit an emotional rut and lost my motivation:/ I know that I want to create some concrete fitness and healthy lifestyle goals for the new year but I wasn’t even sure where to start. I knew I could count on Whit to help me out!:)

  • It’s so dang important cuz here in the USA most of us ain’t got no health insurance because it’s ridiculously expensive love you Whit!

  • Sir muje kisi emotional bat par rona ajata hai, or wo bat jise muje kuchh lena dena na ho fir bi rona ata hai or control nahi hota, continue dimag chalta rehta hai, kalpnik life hi achhi lagti hai, nagativ thought bahot jyada ate hai, jab period time najdik hoti hai tab pata nahi kyu suicide ka hi kyayal ata hai, apni sadi ko todne ka khayal ata hai. Kya muje depression hai? Plz reply

  • Most important part? Willingness to sacrifice your talents and capacity in order to serve others. Most docs would make great CEOs, engineers, etc.

  • Now let’s do a video on the most useful medical specialties during a pandemic! All those listed here-USEFUL; all the surgical subspecialties-USELESS! On second thoughtno need to do video!��������

  • I started off wanting to do GI, then considered Neurosurgery and Orthopedic surgery, but ultimately landed on Plastic Surgery. Here’s my journey and thought process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gyqu5AER7gg

  • I’m 15 years old and I’m in food and nutrition stream cause they put me in tht but I really want to b a doctor ik everything so I want to no if I could still become a doctor n write my subjects private

  • I’m 15 years old and I’m in food and nutrition stream cause they put me in tht but I really want to b a doctor ik everything so I want to no if I could still become a doctor n write my subjects private

  • क्या मैं आपसे बात कर सकता हु
    मुझे भी इसी तरह की प्रोब्लम है
    घर के सभी लोग इसको समझने को तैयार नही है
    No any family member ready to halp me or undar stand me

  • Thank you for this! It helped me a lot. I just did a 2 year break after really working out 6 Times a week for 2 years. Now I am going to start again because i stopped loving myself and i really want to doit again

  • And then he quit plastics for money…ethically glad he is not a practicing MD with that kind of ethics or lack of dedication to becoming a Specialist. Good for you for making it but a tleast you found out you were not meant to be a MD

  • I got a question. when I do leg raises it puts an absurd amount of stress on my lower back. I have a theory that its because I’m 6’8 and when you think about how levers work it makes sense with my long ass legs. is there an way I can prevent the anterior pelvic tilt or should I just stick with beginner training

  • Hi MedCram team. This doesn’t relate to the video, but I thought you might be interested in this ABC (Australia) article, particularly the infographics: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-08-06/coronavirus-treatments-and-covid19-cure-research/12527034

  • True story: on his way to Leipzig, Carl Friedrich Gauß met a Young man while driving in the carriage. The young man talked about his genius idea and showed him a booklet with many drawings showing a a figure doing a multitude of physical exercises with some kind of thing in his hands, later known as dumbbells. Gauß studied the booklet, then threw it out of the window with the words: stupid nonsense.

  • Wow,hopefully new residence find this page. I wish I knew how to find your videos from the begining to watch all of them. I read every book I find that a Doctor did from there residency and fellowship.

  • Great videos. Love the sound effects you do…ive liked and ive subscribed. Im gonna have the lifestyle your dogs have it looks so cool…sleep…sleep…sleeeeeeeeep

  • Can you make a more informatic video on Ob/gyns? I am really interested in it. I just want to know further about it. Thank you very much.��

  • 8-12% to show six pack abs?! If you dont have a 6 pack and you are 8% body fat that’s fucked up. 6 packs are seen up to 15% or a little higher.

  • Hey Jeff, how do you feel about the “captain’s chair” variation of the hanging leg raise? Where your elbows and forearms are supported, and your lower body hangs down. Any difference in technique or effectiveness compared to the standard hanging leg raise? Thanks!

  • Hey do you have any tips for getting back to working out after getting a lowerback strain? I know you can’t like tell me what to do because of like legal reasons or whatever but I don’t want to stop lifting but I dont know how to start again…

  • i’m not surprised that the people who didn’t change their minds were in peds. people who love working with kids often know it’s something they want as a career early in life

  • Can anyone of the decent followers or maybe the wise wise video maker himself tell me what nice shoes Matt is wearing? I been pausing and zooming and rewinding but no chance for covered advertising here!

  • 1. Are other countries that may not be hampered by a FDA adopting this rapid antigen testing strategy?

    2. Do all PCR tests capable of providing a CT value or did I hear that wrong?

  • Do you have to learn the other skills of other doctors? Do you need to know how to do surgery if you want to be a family physician?

  • Love your videos! inspirational. Beautiful body… better personality and spirit. You work very hard for what you have and it shows x

  • Has anyone attempted to promote this idea directly to President Trump or VP Pence? It may be an obvious question, but the fact that he has multiple times brought up out of the box ideas, as well as overriding CDC regulations, I think this sort of change to testing would be considered. Going through the FDA seems like a dead end as they don’t have a directive to approve public health tracking.

  • i stared off in my med school by wanting to be a cardiologist, then during during med school, i wanted to be a dermatologist and then ultimately this year i have decided to take up anaesthesiology and i start my residency soon:)

  • Those tips are very helpful! I’ve found out that the one I struggle with the most is, “letting go”. I’m going to let go, follow your tips, today is a new day. I’m so happy I found your channel!

  • Mere ander sare symptoms hai phir bhi mere ghar wale nahi mantey ki mujhe depression hai unhe lagta hai ki mai apne kaam se bhaj raha hu

  • Blood type A and B have receptor while blood type O don’t have receptor but with Antibody but that doesn’t prove that O were safe from this virus because now it mutated even aggressive than it first discovered in Wuhan

  • I saw the same exact study posted on 23AndMe… it’s suggest that blood type O is the less susceptible to contract the virus with type A having second less susceptibility.

  • Hey guys, here in Melbourne Australia we are once again in a huge lockdown with curfews for just a few hundred cases a day. We test daily around 30,00 people however as you’ve said most people are waiting 3 or 4 days to get tested and another 3 or 4 days to get results. Could Dr Mina chat to Australian health officials with this amazing testing idea and how it will quickly stop community transmission!!!

  • The listed names almost certainly have working C19 test strips in their labs. At least one them has foundations in pregnancy test strips. They’d rather monetize proprietary “espresso machine” versions thus little incentive to promote cheap, low margin test strips. It follows that running interference at the FDA should not be surprising.

  • I wish my exams were multiple choice tests. All of our exams are oral, even biophysics. If it were tests, it would be so much easier. Explaining 10 topics with the teachers sitting in front of you and recalling everything, having a speech prepared for each question, trying to remember what to talk about… so stressful.

  • Seems like another test analogy would be ketone test strips or diabetic finger prick tests. Both can be done at home, neither reported to the state.

  • I’m very uncomfortable with the paid programming going on here. Maybe lingoda is amazing, maybe it’s a horrible waste of money but they pay TFD LLC enough to gloss over that. Not disclosing the conflict of interest here seems highly unethical.

  • Maybe change the category as monitoring strips instead of testing strips to be used for people who have been tested positive bypass FDA?

  • Why not sell it as a pseudo-supplement? We see a lot of those in the market and with a tagline of “No therapeutic proof and not approved by FDA!”. Still, people will buy these regardless of what FDA says.

  • I have spoke to a few folks about the potential for this method of testing. This really is quite impressive and paradigm shifting. I’m really hoping this take off with vigor. I’m praying that many many folks don’t have to go through what my family is going through. This would help that fight tremendously. It could be given to schools and employers /agencies for testing students, teachers and employees.
    The big problem is this test has not achieved public and agency knowledge of usefulness application. This test would allow schools nationwide to open if implemented nationwide. Each school would have to test each morning, each student. Line kids up, spaced out, paper test, wait ten minutes. Suzy hits positive. Shes sent home and school reports test to local health authority on that individuals results. She is then retested by agency until she clears and then is allowed to return to school. Spread is slowed in schools. Walmart, Lowes, Frys etc, tests employees each day with government paid for tests, daily. Expensive? No doubt in those numbers. But it’s far far less expensive than shutdowns. It would prevent small and medium sized companies from needlessly being closed. Same for bars and similar facilities. Bars need to be testing patrons at cost to patron. If patron wants to drink in bar, then break out 4 dollar test fee.
    Tests simply need a generated bar /qr code, subject fills in personal data before test is performed. Companies false reporting negatives get hit with very large fines. I can’t imagine a company or school reporting fake negatives as it would put them and their own families at grave risk. But I’m always suprised by humans.

  • Can anyone explain how we are supposed to overload the bicycle crunch once 15 reps is too easy? Do I increase time under tension at the peak of the crunch movement? Do I increase sets?

  • Vast subcultures will not take any test if the result goes to The Man. It is important that this test result data NOT be collected if we are seeking universal adoption.

  • Of course, there is no “Lower Abs”. (“The All

    or Nothing Principle of Muscle Contraction”), a muscle either contracts from origin to

    insertion, or it does not contract at all. When a muscle contracts, the tension in that

    muscle is evenly distributed throughout the entire length of that muscle.

    Yet, there are literally millions of online references suggesting that Leg Raises will

    develop the Lower Abs. If it were possible to cause one end of the muscle to contract more than the other end, it would defeat “God’s / Mother Nature’s” purpose for muscle contraction which is to produce skeletal movement by bringing the two ends together. The two ends cannot come together, if there is “slack” somewhere in the “rope” (the muscle).

    Also, the “Leg Raise” motion is produced
    exclusively by way of the Iliopsoas, Rectus femoris, Sartorius and Tensor Fascia Lata -NOT by the abdominals. Yet, people do Leg Raises with the idea that they’re “working”the Lower Abs.”Any tension in the Ab muscle, while doing Leg Raises, is only for the purpose of maintaining rigidity of the spine, while the Hip Flexors do the “dynamic” work. Further,whatever abdominal tension there is during Leg Raises, is evenly distributed from origin to insertion (from top to bottom). It is NOT localized in the lower region of the muscle. It cannot be.So, if we know that we cannot spot reduce the fat that is on the lower region of the midsection, and we know that we cannot add any more Tendinous Intersections(“lower ridges”) to our Abs what would be the purpose of trying to target the Lower Abs? Nothing can change anyway. These two exercises Seated Cable Ab Crunch and Incline Bench Ab Crunches
    are absolutely the 1st best and 2nd best (respectively) Ab Exercises, in my opinion.

  • What course should I take to become anesthesiologist? Help me please.. I still have 2 years to go to college, but I want to get ready. ��

  • Youtube took down the 5 minute version of this interview….PLEASE put it up on the MedCram site so that those of us actively promoting a policy change can get the word out….I have given the same feedback to Youtube….Thanks for all you are doing to make this madness understandable…and go away!!!

  • This was just purely awesome! Thank you for giving such detailed explanations for positioning and form. Thank you for getting Matt Ogus in this video to demonstrate these exercises. He is such a perfectionist when it comes to the science of body building and performing movements. Great video!

  • Poor Bob… Sharing a room with KAREN.. Leave it to KAREN to spread the virus…. haaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Well, I have O+ If I need a blood transfusion I’m screwed. I can share blood with others but can’t receive blood from anyone but O type.

  • PEOPLE!!!
    This video is saying the least competitive specialties!!! He is not saying that these specialties are the easiest to practice!!

  • It would be nice if they could apply this technology to the masks themselves it would be hard to walk around in the community with the virus if your mask turns pink.

  • a better analogy to gas lighting and major fire would be a pan fire and a major fire. Lighting a gas fire is a daily event with no significant risk where as pan fire is more serious but can be managed well in most cases.
    Thanks
    Aboo

  • Right now I can’t do hanging leg raises as I have re-torn my rotator cuff and have fractured my shoulder. Can I get that exercise doing something else instead?

  • Even though I’m just an 8 grader I’m already preparing myself from the stress and hardships I’ll go through to become succesful if I’ll go into med school.

  • Wow. Maybe we should call the rapid tests “Pre-CLIA” tests, with the only “behavior change” they might elicit would be immediate referral to a CLIIA lab for their test and recommendation.

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  • hi! I’m 13 going into grade 8. And I know I shouldn’t be stressing considering I’m not in medical school, but I am. I want to become a paediatric surgeon. But, I’m stressed about debt. I’m also stressed about not being able to have a family and job. I also have a fear of wrists? I know I sound so stupid, but I truly cannot think of another lifestyle. I also have good grades. My grade 7 year was the best yet. But, my school never covered the human body which makes me scared. What if I’m not prepared for high school? Any tips for what I should be doing?

  • Think about this. Every kid entering school could be tested at the school, or every person attending a wedding, funeral, etc could be tested at the door and know if there are any risky people before anyone enters. Every employee at a hospital, senior living facility, etc, could do the same. Many fewer would be missed, at a pretty nominal cost.

  • I’ve been spiralling for awhile now.. eating junk food, over eating, stopped exercising and more. I’ve gained weight back, my skin has been awful and I’ve had little to now energy. I’ve just had a full day binge and I’m feeling extremely depressed and anxious, I can’t look at myself without feeling guilt:(. I’m ready to start again, fall back into the lifestyle I had before but even better! If anyone’s reading this, can you give me some tips perhaps? Or some support? ��

  • Matt Ogus looks unbelievably good even if he did use steroids, being steroid free is unreal, almost, for any of you smart behinds out there lol

  • I need to hear this right now. I lost 25kg and now I think I gained 5kg again. Those last 5 wear the hardest to begin with. And now I am scared that I will gain it all back. I am eating like a pig. No portion controle. No healthy diet. Sleep pattern is messed up. And the gym is a place I haven’t visited regularly since 2 months:((( I am sad. I still needed to lose 10 kg and now I think I need to lose 15. I say I think bc I am afraid to step on the scale again. I am scared I can’t do it. Scared the I am not strong enough. Scared that I lost my chance by letting my self get of track.

  • We need this solution ASAP. Please call/write your representatives as I have. Link NYT article, this Medcram and (best show on the internet) TWIV. (Links are in this show’s description above)

  • Do we need trump to approve test?
    Do we need trump to ask permission if we can do a pregnancy test?
    Are we really free to chose?
    If the tests are available for the public, where can we buy or order them?
    Thank you.

  • This needs more urgency and publicity than the vaccine, which is likely many months if not over a year away. Even after a vaccine, there will be slow uptake and it may not work—not all vaccines have worked in the past and some were worse than no vaccine—like RSV and killed measles vaccines.

  • Her somewhat arrogant sounding remark towards the end of her talk really turned me off when she touts herself as a “memory pioneer”… which tellingly comes just minutes after an earlier remark she makes about herself when she says something along the lines of, “I’m really recognized and known for all the great work I did on memory and the hippocampus.” Slightly ruined it for me.

  • I find it perplexing, that Dr Mina had to wait for a pandemic, to push testing as the best approach to attack this disease. He should have been beating his drum years ago. Possibly he is wrong.

  • The only way I could grasp what doctor or professor was laying out for whatever the subject was…was to condense and rewrite and condense and rewrite. Once I got that accomplished I then did what a lot of math people do. I would write out problems questions solutions on the biggest white board or straight piece of glass I could find. For whatever reasons, it always helped me to be able to stand back and get an overall view. Especially helpful when dealing with outcome oriented algorithms. What amazed me though, is there are those that I studied with that never put in this kind of work, went to every party possible, and they still scorched the finals…

  • Dr Mina’s great idea was covered by Toronto Star: https://www.thestar.com/opinion/contributors/2020/08/06/rapid-paper-strip-tests-could-help-control-covid-19-this-fall.html

  • YOUTUBE IS THE CENSOR KING: Regarding COVIDIOCRACY19; Yesterday, Dr Erickson (Heard Immunity spokesperson) SLAMS main stream media for fanning the flames of disinformation to the public on using “Number of Cases” to conflate and sensationalize their narrative. It was great and informative video: https://youtu.be/laKwaB45mo0 This is the same doctor who in March of 2020 was talking about Herd Immunity something I subscribe to. I support everything Dr Ericson is saying. Its time to get our country back on track. Time for our kids to ALL go back to school. Time for #Democrats to shut the hell up. Today, its gone. This is youtube censoring at it’s worst! Remember, he was the dude that came out in March and said “herd immunity” is what we are trying to achieve and his videos were deleted by youtube. They dont like that guy. too much truth?

  • curious.. in the asian cultures what is the population division in blood type? More of one than the other, or is there one that is more prevalent?

  • Now imagine…what if the covid19 test kit would not only give positive results for sars Cov2 but also for other Coronaviruses creating loads of false positives…

  • I NEVER WARM UP I GO STRAIGH TO THE EXERCISE BECAUSE I AM A MAN AND A REAL MAN BIG ASFK BOY BUFFED ASFK BOY STRONG ASFK TALL ASFK HUGE BEARD STRONG ASFK BOYYYY

  • Is there anywhere at all, in the world, where I can buy these? My need is great for such tests. If anyone can render some assistance I would appreciate it. Thank you.

  • Me kisko apni bat Ko explain nahi kar pata hu islye comment kar raha hein
    I am also surfer from Depression…��
    Aapne Symptom batavye Vo tottly mere sath ho rahe hein
    Mere 10th Bord me 85% aaye (May-2019)tak
    11th Me average kar raha tha (March-2020)tak
    12th Online threw start hua April
    Se
    Me aaj tak online pe jyada focus nahi kar paya….Mere online exam ke result kafi kam aarahe hein �� aese chalta raha to
    Kya me to Bord me fail ho jaunga aesa man me bar bat khatk raha hein…ek family pressure dusra School pressure ���� muze bahut Stressed feel kaha raha hein
    Agar12th me fail hua to kya muh dikhanunga…jiske 10th me top kiya Vo 12th me drop ho gaya
    Me padhne behta hu to negative thoughts aane lagte hein….
    Muze av suicide karne ka dil kar raha…koi muze zahar pila de to v me khusi khusi pi lunga….
    How can I die someone Tell me

  • This explained so much I’m a sophomore in high school and everyone’s like what do you want to do, and I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do. First it was PT, then sports medicine physician, and then ER physician. I still wanted to be involved with sports medicine and I have researched and researched and couldn’t find out if an Er doctor that specializes in sports medicine was even a thing. Your video was awesome and explained so much!!

    Also I always thought I had everything planned out and now I’m in high school and want to be in the medical field but have never taken any medical classes and I don’t have any room in my schedule while I’m in high school so if anyone knows if that would be a huge set back in the future that would be awesome to know!

  • Thank you MedCram, Dr. Seheult and Dr. Mina, emails sent to President, Vice President, state Reps and Senators and Governor, per your request https://www.rapidtests.org/rep-letter. Hopefully they can cut through the red tape and get this test approved to save thousands of lives

  • This is exactly what I do! Rewrite each lecture/outline it onto one sheet of paper and it helps so much to see all the information at once. I highly recommend it for anyone looking to adapt their study method!

  • Guys, you need a shorter version of this. Even 98 is too long. People who aren’t fans won’t watch more than 5 minutes (1 minute please), so spreading the word is tough.

  • Fantastic update. I’m sharing the rapidtests.org and the FB page with everyone I know in personal and on social media. When enough people in the world are spreading the news, hopefully there will be someone out there who will make it happen…

  • There are many prescribed yoga in indian culture.
    which already researched by indian ancestors. PROUD be a indian bcz we don’t need to research again and waste time

  • For me winter is an easy time to get off track-both with eating healthy and exercising. But this video really helped thank you so much!

  • I think O has 20% less von willebrand factor compared to other blood groups so possibly less micro/macro thrombi
    I am sure plenty of people with O still get really sick with covid

  • I love how you get straight to the point thanks for this info I know that I can still get it but I’m happy I got less a chance to get it but I’ll rather Inside my home just to be safe

  • But FDA nor anyone else in officialdom was remotely interested in HCL early as a zinc ionophore as was outlined in your no. 34 and which Dr Zelenko has recently said was the inspiration for his protocol and also which looks to have dramatic benefit so why should we expect them to be any better on easy testing?
    It’s like with Zn+HCQ (+AZ) we’re left with Frederic Douglas’ saying ‘Power concedes nothing without a demand’.

  • The FDA has a long body trail because they think people are stupid. Give people some credit: just market these as low sensitivity test, which are not diagnostic but may prevent symptom free transmission in many cases! My land, my Ohio governor just tested positive and did not know he had it…. With all of the executive orders, why isn’t the executive overriding the FDA. It reminds me of how Doctors without Borders had to force the WHO to use the Ebola vaccine in 2014! Yes, doctors had to force them!

  • Lol thank you for the tips whit!

    All those little shwhipy mouth sound effects you make remind me of my best friends 90yo Cuban abuelo ������

  • Jo bhi bataye h vo sab Lakshan Hai lekin or kuchh lakshan h jo alag h or vo kis chij ka h mai janna chahti hu mujhe kuchh dino se bahut gusa or kisi ko mar dalne ka man karte hai kaun si bimari h or m yasi pahle nhi thi mujhe adhero se bahut dar lagti lekin ab mujhe andhra hi achha aur sukun milate hai mujhe kis tipe doctor ko dikhana chahie aaj kal mujhe gusa itna aati h ki mujhe khud pe kabu nhi rahti man karti h kisi chaku kisi ka katal kar du mujhme achhan kaha se takat aa jati h fir achanak behos si hone lagti hu mujhe kuch samajh nhi aati ki mai yasa Ki ab tab to kisi ka jaan nhi li lekin khud par bharosha nhi h dimaki halat thik nhi lagti ya ye bhi koi manshik bimari h jan se mar dene ka man m apni h darawni rup se khud Sahan Gai hun

  • So every cheap, wearable heart-rate monitor on the market is illegal in the US?
    That is also a test delivering a result directly to the user, which is likely to alter their behaviour.
    And no, it isn’t as accurate as a 12 lead electrocardiograph but is widely used by athletes EXACTLY to change their behaviour. Why should these tests not be sold on the same basis and under the same rules?
    If blocking it is causing harm, those people with medical credentials involved are in breach of the Hippocratic oath to “first, cause no harm”, and should (and must) be struck off.
    But regardless of the situation in the US (although clearly that is your primary concern) surely there is a market elsewhere in the world for such a test. Sell the tests on the internet specifying only non-US purchasers, and it will increase pressure on the US authorities when countries where it is used stop the virus in its tracks while the US continues to suffer. They’ll have to cave eventually, or face torches and pitchforks or worse, in a country which protects the right of its populace to bear arms. They’ve said fighting the virus is a war, so taking up arms against those who enable its spread is perfectly legitimate.

  • Welp, there goes my hopes and dreams. The specialty i love and very passionate about doesn’t match with my competitiveness for it.

  • Ok, like many others, I have emailed, tweeted, and otherwise driven everyone I know crazy spreading the word. Luckily I have watched every Medcram update on SARS-Co-V-2 and feel fairly proficient at explaining most of this “stuff ” (that’s a medical term). My state legislators have also been notified (tho, I doubt they really listen to constituents) as has the president. Any other suggestions?

  • Big Pharma controls the FDA because Big Pharma pays for 75% of their funding……So if big Pharma does not want it they pay someone off. Big Pharma only wants things that do not compete with their expensive antivirals, vaccines, and other money makers for them. They don’t care if more people die as a result.

  • Are you aware of either Avacta’s or Sona’s rapid antigen lateral flow tests that are currently undergoing clinical validation? Sona are using nasal swabs and avacta are using saliva samples, both are partnered with Cytiva.

  • Brilliant! Currently trying to finish my 6 month licensing course in 2 months. Had a few of your suggestions in place and solo at home. But the condensing chapters to 1 page spreadsheerts and orally answering questions is brilliant. I want to know everything possible and we are our harshest critics. So, facing my toughest teacher in the mirror generates massive neural excitement.Thank You So Much!

  • Thanks for sharing! Thanks for sharing If you or any of your colleagues would like to explore working here in Australia, we would love to hear from you.

  • Mujhe do saal se kahi job nhi mil rahi loan nhi mil raha bussiness ke liye money arrangements nhi ho pa raha me bahut udaas depression me rehta hu or breakup ka pain bhi an kafi low energy feel karta hu consantration bhi nhi hai jeene ki iccha khatam ho chuki hai meri ab…

  • My family came to America 1872.55% Sussex England my type O survived the plagues.And europe got hit many times.China isolated got hit much harder then reported.

  • Sir Actually u have said is probably correct but I have problems in concentrating…when I concentrate there are some things only i keep thinking about it so that’s why I can’t concentrate…..

  • I’ve been using the 3rd tip my whole life, it actually works, the idea of memorizing the area where we put the information it is awesome. It is really helpful.

  • I’m not sure but,if anyone else wants to uncover anatomy & physiology diagrams try Laophiaa Cranial Blueprint (search on google )? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my mate got great results with it.

  • My little cousin went to medical school at Yale & Harvard. He is now working in Boston as a pediatric oncologist. I am super proud of him. I cannot even imagine having accomplished so much already in his life. This world is a better place because of people like him & like you & like all doctors and nurses that take such great care of people everyday. The most important thing that you should remember, IMO, is that every patient that you take care of means the world to someone else. �� Take care! ����✌����

  • i’m a sophomore in highschool. i’ve sort of had this underlying anxiety for as long as i can remember about choosing a specialty. i’ve never really known what i wanted to be, and would always put off taking the time to sit down and plan my future. this video definitely helped me so much:)! thank you ❤️

  • Fabulous lectures. I’ve cut back on some of the endlessly long Ivory Tower National Academy of Science and the CDC Covid discussions. Medcram.com is so much faster coherent and useful that I ALWAYS watch your lectures.

  • Spend less time making notes and more time using them a study partner is great, but if you don’t have one then try to present your notes out loud from memory then go back and see what you missed. Just don’t do it in a quiet library ��

  • Sir mere divorce k bad boht kujh badl gea. Mujhe need boht ati hai.din rat soti rehti hu..dakan b boht rehti. Kush kam b nhi kr pati.bajan b boht bad rha hai..mind andr se boht dukhta hai.dr. need ki medicine b de rahe the lekin kush frk nhi pada.abhi halt boht khrb ho chuki hai. ap koi medicine bata skte ho. Plz

  • i had difficulty swallowing and fatigue. I was given medications which helped but only for a short burst of time, then i decided to try alternative measures and began on ALS Formula treatment from James Ehimare herbal centre t, It has made a tremendous difference for me contact him ([email protected] gmail. com ) I had improved walking balance, increased appetite, muscle strength, improved eyesight and others.

  • In an emergency, it should be possible to SUSPEND an FDA rule with just 5 states voting to do it.

    We do NOT have a free market. In a free market, this would have been done in February.

  • 1. Find a study spot, create a schedule, get into a routine
    2. Find a motivated, smart study partner test each other on the material
    3. Condense material into one note

  • 1 Sleep hygiene
    2 learning a new language
    3 time spent away from your coach (exercise, eat outside)
    4 your platonic relationship
    5 staying up-to-dated on your industry (technology)

  • Avoid cookbook learning and try to comprehend the materials at the most in depth level. give yourself a lecture about what it is you are learning. if you can’t make lay person to comprehend, you haven’t mastered the concept. As you learn medicine, learn how to reverse, almost any action, if need to…ex: know exactly what it is, before you cut…if give a particular anticoagulant, know it in your head how to reverse it, if need to, etc…a major issue with almost all physicians, is that they are forced to learn cookbook medicine and concentrating on “common things are common…. it is the uncommon things that will put you in hot water! medsci/md/EM faculty

  • Great advice for all students! Including this as part of some extra videos for my high school students to watch! I just found your vids and will share it off/on with my students! Stay safe!

  • Nope! nothing to do with blood type! The presence of Rhesus in the individual blood is what defines and may be the link defense against the this dirty mess eating and living ways of certain humans. We may look alike like humans but hear we are not equal

  • I’m type Ouniversal donor. Anyone can take my blood type. Just curious if transfusions from Owould help A/B with COVID infections.

  • rewatching this video to determine if dermatology specifically cosmetic/aesthetic/laser sub-specialty is right for me as a second option to ortho sports medicine and also considering ophthalmology as a third option based on a Myers Briggs ISTJ-A personality test that I took these are the three specialties that suit my personality type

  • Dr sahab jo aap bole hai vo sab kush ham me 2 year se ho rha hai.mai doctor se bhi dikhaya hu or mai zaptra 12.5 mg le rha hu phir bhi thik nhi ho rha hai mai kya kru.please help me.thanku

  • Mostly cardio, especially! I’m survivor of GBMIV and owed it to intense/heavy exercise and strict nutrition habits, getting rid of sugar, animal products, etc. (By the way, I’m 68 and I exercise everyday, half marathon is my forte!)
    Every single patient of any sickness, should start exercising. Let the blood carry oxygen to fix your problem!

  • Mai bhi Diprasation mai hai sayat mon hamesa udash rehte hai kisi bhi ches mai khusi nahi milta kesi sa baay kor na kohi jaana mon nahi korte hai

  • can someone help? i want brief and efficient patient contact and i want a good work-life balance and i want to go into a surgical speciality except for neurosurgery and i want something procedure heavy.

  • i’m not surprised that the people who didn’t change their minds were in peds. people who love working with kids often know it’s something they want as a career early in life

  • Thanks a million, Wendy this is helpful and fascinating! As many of us have to deal with some type of depression or low mood especially in these times.

  • I’m writing this before watching the whole video because I don’t want to take a chance of comments being “turned off”. So maybe I’ll be able to answer my own question. Yesterday our Governor of Ohio, Mike DeWine, traveled to Cleveland to greet President Trump. For some odd reason he wasn’t tested prior to going. He was instructed by The White House, per protocol, to take “the rapid antigen test” when he arrived. Minutes before meeting with the President he ended up testing POSITIVE and had to turn around and go back home. Was on national news. Journalists didn’t give details of exactly what test it was, just that it was very rapid, so I’m thinking could be what you are speaking about.

    Well, A FEW HOURS AFTER learning he was positive, another announcement comes on air saying when he arrived home he went to OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Wexner Medical Center and took an RT-PCR test…which ended up being NEGATIVE. We don’t know what to make of this. Most sources are saying the rapid test isn’t as accurate so they are dismissing the positive. It’s my understanding though that the rapid antigen test, while yes it doesn’t always detect the virus so has many false negatives, does not usually give false positives. What is your take on this? Many confused people in the general public of our GREAT BUCKEYE STATE, many of whom are about ready to give up on the whole thing.

  • Can you do something with laryngology? That’s the field I want to go into but I can never find videos about the program or any details. Thank you!

  • I lost 15 pounds last month! Just by changing my eating habits, and working out! It gets easier and its okay to have a snack everyone once in a while. Meal prep has definitely changed the game for me!

  • Thanks so much Whitney!!! <3 I know this vid has been out for a long time and I knew all these tips before... But I needed to hear them again... I've been suffering with eating disorders for so long and this vid helped me so so much... Especially the not feeling guilty part <3 <3

  • “Bringing exercise into your life will not only give you a more productive and happier life today but it will protect your brain”

    “Exercise is the most transformative thing you can do for your brain”

  • upon entering med school i was certain that surgical specialities just werent for me however im currently in my 6th year and like dr jubbal said after clinical exposure im beginning to change my mind i was leaning towards internal medicine or endocrinology now im beginning to consider otorhinolaryngology which is a mix of both clinical and surgical well i still didn’t make up my mind and this is why im here. good luck to everyone watching this!

  • I don’t know what is happening and why it is happening. Is forever it’s gonaa be like this? Full of sadness and misery. I feel like falling forward is no better. Falling backward is lot better cause at least you know what to do. But day by day as we move ahead across new challenges, the big storms swallowing us in the dark.. noone around… its hard. Its really hard. Noone is here. Completely alone in the dark. Nothing but the darkness. I don’t know what is good what is bad, what is right what is wrong, is this the beginning or an end. Trying to find happiness at its best but I am always thrashed back. How can I be tough when I am in pieces, when I am scared as fuck. When nothing or noone is there. I know crying wont help but there is nothing except crying out. I need mercy from the universe. I wanna be happy. Please be generous and give me happiness

  • Video was posted already 2 years ago but I just found you at the right time.
    More than a year ago I was all in the healthy lifestyle working out eating healthy, but it got at a point where I felt guilt if I didn’t workout and have eaten something even if it was healthier (sugar was completely cut out so anytime my mom made pancakes I was like uh no thanks there’s sugar in it or no I can’t eat chocolate so I completely turned my whole mind upside down) after a while I went on vacation for a month and all the eating healthy and working out cut down and I stopped all of that what I thought was a “healthy lifestyle”.
    I understood that feel guilty was so bad that I didn’t want to eat yet it IS essential if you want to be healthy and have energy, so I almost got a hang of not to feel guilt..well I’m trying most of the time it’s not that easy..but your video gave me motivation I really needed to hear that, no excuses, and especially no guilt

  • Cardio doesn’t build muscle? How missinformed can you get???
    Just look at the legs on a long distance runner. Pound for pound cardio builds stronger muscles than weights. And cardio built muscles have the best indurance. Also
    DO NOT STRETCH AS A WARM UP.
    STRETCH AFTER WARMING UP!!!!!

  • Me during the COVID-19 crisis completely losing my routine in myself as well as the routine for all the different subjects and lessons. Just horrible and no party after the exams…

  • There is no such thing as upper and lower abs… the rectus abdominis is one muscle… it looks like a “6 pack” because its separated by what’s called linea alba… you dont engage one part of your abs more than the other part… it’s one muscle

  • I’m type A+… in one of my dorms in the Air Force, all 5 of us were same blood type.
    Almost everyone around here that actually knows their blood type has told me they’re type A+.

  • This just got an emergency approval. Is this the test you are covering? https://www.fda.gov/media/141194/download https://twitter.com/SafiBahcall/status/1295061983151239184

  • I am B [Rhesus Negative].., Can you explain to me Docter: So are that the or + Rhesus factors if comes to A,B,AB and O? What has
    more problems with covid-19.., Rhesus positive or Rhesus factor
    negative Blood types?

  • Sir Mai Nepal se hu aur Mai bahut paresan hu. Mera naam prince tiwari hai. Sir bahut paresan hu depression se. Sir plz apna number send kardejeye. Don’t ignore me sir. Please sir. Mere pass report v hai plz sir help me sir

  • They do not want to put the RH NEGATIVE results. If RH NEGATIVE gets any virus or disease it is not as severe.
    They always put terms of A,B,AB and O never put in terms of Positive and negative breakdown

  • Hi!..I’m not a native english speaker, but I’m in english classes. So, I will subscribe to practice my english and to learn more about these topics because I will be a doctor too!:3..

  • I’m a smoker with low platelets type A+… I’ve been exposed 3times and did not contract it… and I have several medical conditions establishing comorbidity. ��‍♀️So who really knows… Take precautions and live every day like it could be your last.��

  • Seems like positive or negative would also be playing a role here if its antigen-based, But he doesn’t even mention the RH factor!

  • Cure found: Ivermectin
    By June 21, 8-million will be infected worldwide
    July 27, 16 million —— 650K dead
    Oct 14, 32 million
    Dec 31, 64 million —— 1 million dead
    Feb 14, 128 million —— 1.5 million dead
    April 15, 256 million —— 2 million dead
    July 1, 512 million —— 4 million dead
    Aug 1, 1 billion —— 8 million dead
    Jan 1, 2 billion —— 16 million dead

    From Jan 1 Feb 29 doubled every 3-4 days
    Mar 1 ——doubled every 2 weeks
    May 1 —— doubled every 2 months

    One person doubling every 3 days can become 23 million in 96 days

    You can get past data from
    South China Post Update
    https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/?utm_campaign=homeAdvegas1?

    If no mitigation then it doubles every 3 days
    If they had done nothing then in 6 months it could have reached 5 billion.

  • Blood type A vs. B probably was intend by God for spouses. The couple should marry only the opposite blood type to have a defense system against the spouse’s germs. That way both will have the defense system against each other.

  • Think of all the doctor appointments you might have and how late the doctors typically run on their appointment schedule. Take that time sitting in the waiting room and convert it into exercise time. Soon enough you won’t need to sit in the waiting room. Own your health!

  • Am elderly AND A Not worried. Take care of myself and during this pandemic seldom go out.
    Order most of my groceries online. I stay in touch with family and friends through the phone and email as do most people I know.

  • How many Days is the window of transmissibility that Dr Mina talked about? How many days can an infected person infect another one? 3 days? 5 days? A week? I am not asking how long to quarantine, but how many days the latest science says that a person can pass the virus to another person. The Medcram graph talks about CT counts, but not in terms of days.
    Thanks!

  • There is only one characteristic that my classmates from medical school and my medical colleagues have in common: they love money…a lot. That’s the reason that they work 18 hour days, day in and day out to get excellent grades, good medical schools, good residencies. And why they work tirelessly for 30-40 years non-stop. That’s why pre-med is pure cutthroat. That’s why some residencies essentially require you to graduate in the top 1% of your class (that is, the financially lucrative ones). Please, Dr. Jubbal, don’t tell people any different. It’s a disservice to…the truth. People are not stupid. They instinctively already know the truth. So, you really don’t have to tell them they’re wrong. Because they’re not wrong. Dispense with the all the BS. Please!!!

  • I have to disagree with Anesthesiology here regarding competitiveness and having many open spots in the match. This year there were 2-3 spots in SOAP which were NOT in desirable areas or programs.

  • By inhaling the steam of eucalyptus leaves or oil for ‘COVID-19’ can decrease the ‘DEATH RATE’ by improving the respiratory system.

    (we can save many lives)
    Eucalyptus is also very helpful to avoiding other symtoms of ‘COVID-19’.
    Please test it.

  • Thank you for such an informative video. Can you please make a video on what precautions to take when one goes to work and comes home. My husband has started work after lockdown, I have a 5 yrs old son, and I want to what should he do to protect us from the infection. Thank you

  • Please stop filling people’s mind with all your BS!!, that you get get paid by pharmaceutical corporations foe this pendamic propeganda. Covid is nothing worse than any other flu. Its far less dangerous than H1N1 or other recent flues. I dont know doctors like you, which trash can or toilet bowls you found your degree.
    FYI,my immune system is not that great and my blood type A+, I got covid 3x!! Each time it was so light with light coughing and I got overnight in 2 days!! So stop spreading fears among people inordet to gain profits. Go shove your degree into a toilet bowl where you found it.

  • We tend to use elevator instead of stairs after our workout because we unknowingly undermine our exercises. This is called Compensatory Behaviour!

  • I’m a medical student now, i still have one more year to be graduated.. And i haven’t made up my mind yet as regards to the specialty☹️☹️ and this video didn’t help me out i’m sorry ��

  • Am blood group O positive and tested positive for the virus without a single symtom and recovered very fast.Only symtom i got was craving red meat.

  • Watching one year later… stopped the healthy lifestyle about 1 month ago. �� slowly getting motivated watching whitney for 1 week now.

  • THAT ONE is enough reason… or not??? “There are studies showing that people with type O blood have lower levels of proteins that promote blood clotting.

    More specifically, people with blood group O have about 25% lower levels of von Willebrand factor (VWF) than those with types A, B, or AB. This is due to increased clearance of VWF from the circulation.” A Very GOOD reason.!!!

  • Even though I’m just an 8 grader I’m already preparing myself from the stress and hardships I’ll go through to become succesful if I’ll go into med school.

  • A great video by Dr. Cellini to help memorize things easily. In this video he shares his experience of learning also. Click here for more https://www.relationshippunch.com/12-learning-strategies-to-help-you-retain-information-fast/

  • I firmly believe that there are few people out there that are genetically immune to Covid 19 and they hold the key to dealing with this deadly disease. My rationale behind this is through a genetic testing I recently found out to have the CCR5 delta 32 homozingote gene mutation which makes me immune according to the test to HIV 1 and although it didn’t say HIV 2 but I’m sure that applies as well. Why hasn’t anybody consider this possibility Remember the Berlin patient was completely cure of HIV with a bone marrow transplant from someone with the CCR5 delta 32 mutation

  • If anyone watching this video has a huge twitter following, you should spread the word on twitter. For the rest of us, we can use the “rapidtests” link in the description above to send a form letter to our government representatives.

  • I love being sore the next day. And I mean like 10,000 knives in the muscles worked. That tells me progress is on the way, and I did what I set out to do. If you have to worry about being sore, there’s a lazy boy rocker recliner with your name on it.

  • This approach appears to be useful for random/serial testing with high environmental prevalence. Yet in the context of contact tracing, you put all persons at higher risk into quarantine (no need for quick results, although speed increases compliance) and you’re especially interested in those that may have been infected just 1-3 days ago (the edge of the outbreak), with a low probability of being infected (thus not immediately quarantined). These are not infective at present but will be in the future. You need to catch them in order to put out the outbreak, and you need sensitive test to find them. A Bayesian analysis on the specific role that inexpensive, less sensitive test may play in that scenario would be important, as the random/serial surveillance testing scenario would apply primarily to an out-of-control situation that should actually be addressed by a temporary but stringent shut-down.

  • fascinating but at first I was very skeptical of the results from those studies because both type A and type O blood are the most common blood types in any population and thought the results could be skewed by the possibility that maybe in the population tested type A people randomly happened to be closest to the infected person’s expelled viruses than type O. Would like to see the data. In the grand scheme of things this supposed fact whether your type O or A is not likely to be that significant? I would think….But interesting nevertheless…..

  • Salah (Arabic term for Muslim Ritual/Islamic prayer) is a spiritual practice performed by Muslim believers which must be performed at least five times a day. Prayer involves physical body movement (like Yoga/Exercise)

  • Hey Doc. Quick question, someone that has recovered from Covid is it beneficial for that person to give their plasma to let’s say family member who never had it? Is that possible or not possible?

  • You literally decay and have to deal with your brain leaving you. Terrifying and gross. Applesauce head and wrinkly skin can’t wait ����

  • Im blood type “O” and everyone in my household got their test positive for covid and I got it negative BUT I got all the symptoms to it wich doesn’t make any sense to me I got tested 2 times and both came back negative but im still sick it’s mind blowing to me.

  • Change the designation of the low-cost-self-administered-procedure. Don’t call it testing. Rename it to something else like, covid-eval or viral-load or something else that would take it out of the preview of the regulatory agencies who are stifling the implementation process.

  • I know it was an ad but I actually really benefit from learning a second language. It is English for me:-) But I didn’t need any app, I learned by going to UK as an au-pair and then watching a lot of content in English.

  • Sir mai bahot chhote saher se hu mujhe koi knowledge nhi hai ki depression ka ilaj kaise karvaya jae.sir mere husband depression me hai mai samjh nhi pai aaj apka vedio dekh ke samjhi sir mujhe kya karna chahiye please batae plz reply me sir plz mai bahot pareshan hu

  • It’s simply like to burn firecracker which lasts for a while after that it just an ash, As more rapid our flame aggravates the more it ends. In another way, Meditation gives the realm of continuous flame of inspiration, it has powerful impact.

  • sometimes we wonder how to change our brain, with a deep searching i found something call Neuroplasticity it is how to change your brain by changing your thoughts https://youtu.be/n2gCg1-CKjM

  • Meri didikov Sayed aisa problem h wo akeli rahti ha apni job k liye to sare chije janpana v mereliye muskil h.pahlese bohot badal gayi h hasti khilti ak pari jyasi Meri Didi av kisise bat nhi karti kahip ghumne nhi jati or ab to jyada gharv nhi atihai mere mummy Papa dosal pahle gujar chukihai ab didiko v kuch hojay Mai Kya karunga kuch samajh nhi arahahai.

  • The very high rate of fall positives from Rapid tests here in Africa has caused most authorities to castigate them. The point is to give the alarm and quickly so to new cases; if there are too many false positives then folks become reluctant thinking they are negative and safe. very dangerous, by the time a proper PCR is done to show real positive, contact tracing would be impossible…

  • Most exercise happens outdoors. Sunshine makes Vitamin D and “D” makes serratonin and thats the chemical that allows you to cope with life’s problems. Alcoholism is worse in northern Russia and not bad %wise in southern Russia. Scandinavian countries know about their low D because of lack of sunlight. So they have sun lamps that allow UV rays to make D in their skin. It gets transported into the blood system and the liver and kidneys do one more chemical process apiece to make circulating D and therefore biologically active. No such thing as fibromyalga.. those symptoms are the same as very low D

  • 100 years ago, swami vivekananda said, “You will be nearer to Heaven through football than through the study of the Gita.” Now science is saying same thing.

  • It is important to note that there is an upper limit to how much you should workout and that over training can lead to bad mental effects such as fatigue and depression.

  • Ganimat hai koi Meri tanhai smjta hai
    Agar vo bhe na ho to dil-e viraani se Mar jaaou
    Taklif bade yaa zehani bemaar rahu sab acha hai
    Kahi aisa na ho apno ki Beparwai se Mar jaaou
    Manzil Mile to kuch risto ka farz sanwar lu saabir
    Moat Aziz he rahegi fir sukoon se mar jaaou

  • Ahh, the answer is in the question if you think far enough: Grant writing is the practice of completing an application process for a financial grant provided by an institution such as a government department, corporation, foundation, or trust. Such application processes are often referred to as either a grant proposal or a grant submission.

  • How competitive are medical genetics and combined residency programs like psychiatry+neurology or internal med+medical genetics? I’m a pre-med student right now, so this is looking fairly far ahead.

  • watching this because quarantine got me when I was doing really good and it all went downhill. She always makes me want to get back on track and feel happy and healthy again <3

  • YES, Absolutely!! Folks in Exercise Science have known this for a long time. I did my graduate research on Aerobic Fitness and Stress perception. Subjects who had high aerobic fitness rated their perception of stress much less, at the time of the stressor and also later they recovered much faster ad better than low fit subjects. There was not significant difference between moderately fit subjects and low/high fit. But once you can high aerobic fitness then the brain is impacted positively. I used Ken Cooper’s times run/walk to put subjects in the fitness categories. This was some years ago, 1980’s. Tons of research supports this. Exercise is the best thing you can do.

  • I’m sitting in hospital bed post knee replacement. Cannot move legs right now. But l those exercises sitting up in bed and they are awesome.

  • I’m 17, and I’m hoping to major in biology and eventually enter medical school. I know I don’t want to do surgery or deal with a lot of infectious disease. It’s years away, but hopefully I can find a good fit if I get there!

  • PPLRPPL

    Push Day (1)
    Bench Press: 4×4-6reps
    Incline Cable Flye: 3×12-15
    Standing Dumbbell Press: 4×10-12
    [Cable] Egyptian Lat Raise (Cable through the legs): 4×12-15
    Cable Tricep Pressdown (ez cable bar): 4×12-15
    Behind the Head Tricep Extensions (single rope) 2×12
    Static Dumbbell Holds: 2x 60-second holds
    Rope Face Pull: 3×20

    Pull Day (1)
    1-Arm Lat Pull-In: 2×15-20
    Weighted Pullup: 3×6-8
    Meadows Rows: 3×10-12 (use 25’s for better stretch)
    Omni-Grip Lat Pulldown: 3×12-15 (set 1 wide, set 2 closer, set 3 reverse)
    [superset: 2×15-20]
    Rope Facepull
    Reverse PecDeck
    Band Pull Aparts
    [end superset]
    EZ-Bar Standing Bicep Curl: 3×6-8
    Incline Dumbbell Curl: 2×15-20
    Above The Knee Rack Pull: 3×6-8 (can also be performed fresh at the beginning)

    Legs Day (1)
    Squat: 3×4-6
    Romainian Deadlift: 3×6-8 (Jeff prefers Barbell)
    Walking Lunges: 2-3×20 (weighted after bodyweight warmup)
    Single Leg Extensions: 3×10 (feet turned in)
    Single Leg Lying Leg Curl: 3×8+4 reps (toes down 8 reps, toes up last 4 reps)
    Single Leg Press Calf Raise: 3×10-12 (slight knee bend)
    Seated Calf Raise: 3×20

    Push Day (2)
    Overhead Press: 4×6-8
    Close Grip Bench Press: 3×8-10
    Incline Dumbbell Flye: 3×10-12
    [superset: 3×12-15]
    Rope Upright Row
    Band Lateral Raise
    [end superset]
    One-Arm Cable Overhead Tricep Extension: 4×12-15
    Medicine Ball Pushup: 2xRPE 8 (increase reps weekly)

    Pull Day (2)
    LIGHT WARMUP: 1-Arm Lat Pull-In: 2×15-20
    Eccentric-Accentuated Lat Pulldown: 3×8-10
    Chest Supported T-Bar Rows w/ Band: 3×10-12
    Machine High-to-Low Row: 2×12-15
    Kneeling Cable Pull-Over (rope over knee): 3×15-20
    Snatch-Grip Barbell Shrugs: 3×12-15
    Reverse PecDeck Superset: 3×12/12 (standing/leaning in/DELT: 12 reps, standing, slight knee bend/TRAPS: 12 reps)
    Enhanced Eccentric EZ Bar Curl: 3×10-12 (elbows to sides, forearms spread a bit wider)
    Dumbbell Curl Tri-Set: 2×12/10/8 (two sets, each set is reverse grip, then hammer, then supinated)

  • Could you make a video like this but with the military medical options? Such as field surgeon, pilot physician, military family med etc?

  • My father had a motor neurone disease showing up in early 2018. He would exercise a lot. When he stopped in mid of 2019, the disease overtook him and reduced him to bones. A fact he recognised and told us. Hope a miracle happens and he once regains the sensory functions and goes back to being fit and healthy ��

  • The best my abs ever looked is when I did the P90x Ab exercises it takes 15 minutes and there are about 300 repetitions split into about 10 exercises and you do it 3 times a week. It was simply the one ab workout that made my abs look superior. None of the gym stuff I was doing worked as good this may also be because it was all new and my body responded really well. You have such a wide variety of exercises they are all about 25 reps each and it targets all the muscle groups in your abdomen.

  • Even if you could do a 15 minute test at home, highly unlikely to work if you can’t get people to do it. People are lazy, and in denial about this Pandemic. They don’t even want to be told to wear a mask in Publix.

  • Mujhe aap ka har baat milta hai. Mujhe sehi me kuch acha nehi lagta hai, Rona aata hai. Akela rahitu hu. Soti rahitu hu. Kuch Kam pe interested nehi hu. Ghar me kisiko bolti hu toh sab dat dete hai, kehte hai Kam koro gana suno. Lekin mujhe kuch bhi acha nehi lagti hai.

  • The video suggested that bicycle crunch targets obliques.
    However, from the study shown in 1:49, obliques are not much activated during bicycle crunch.
    So whether bicycle crunch targets obliques?

  • I really want to work in internal medicine, specifically a rheumatologist! I’ve leaned more toward that speciality because a lot of people in my family have things like arthritis, lupus, and what not. I’ve always been interested in that.

  • Working on my lower ab now. My body is weird im at 14 percent body fat but most of my fat is stored in my stomach lol. I was on a bulk got up to 185 then cut a bit so at about 175 now and 14 percent bf. I did a video so hopefully within couple months i can drop bf to 10 and show more abs but don’t lose size

  • This was precious, couldn’t stop smiling while seeing the public doing the exercises and screaming. This just motivated me to continue my routines. Thank you❤️

  • I don’t have those equipment in our house. For the Hanging Leg Raises, I’m just gonna hang myself with a rope around the neck. Thanks! See ya next…

  • Yeah,
    Investing time in your mental and physical enhancement is as important as investing money. Infact it’s more important in some extent.

  • Make a video on how we must live everyday…not just about studying, focus more on that speciality you are interested more, to weather read every day, can we party, hangout atleast on some occasions��

  • I listen to a meditation in bed before sleep, and when I wake up. Is there any studies that shows whether or not that helps, or hinders? TIA

  • V-sit isn’t on your charts. I don’t have access to a bar at home. Will V-sits be similar to landing leg raises? Some times I end the set with leg up rockets ( don’t know the name but its laying on your back-> bring legs to chest -> shoot legs up

  • I’ve been told by 3 different doctors throughout life now, that I should be a doctor.
    I’ve considered it only recently. I am interested in neuroscience, and would like to do neurosurgery, but I sometimes have twitches, and my hands can be shaky some days.:(
    While something like feeling uncomfortable with cutting into someone is a thing I could get over, I don’t think I can do much about the shakiness and twitches. Unless that magically goes away after some time.
    Feels a bit disappointing, but maybe it’s for a reason. I might find something better. So here I am looking at other options.
    So thanks for the video.:)

  • I really want to be an anesthesiologist. It has good pay, you don’t need to communicate with patients as much as other doctors, and you don’t need to cut into anyone. Also, the whole anesthesia thing is super interesting to me

  • Facebook and I guess YouTube removed your short video where u show how to sign petition. Can you please appeal this decision so we can jeep petition moving?

  • Well, to preserve my spine, I do regular crunches ; but I start lying on a bosu to extend the spine, then I lift my upper body to bring it to the straight position. Same range as a normal crunch but no strain on the spine.

  • YouTube, why did you remove the 5-Minute version of this? You mean to tell me that there is no proper place for the findings and data-backed suggestions of doctors who double as research scientists and who actually toil in the trenches with this virus? Are you calling such REAL EXPERTS Frauds? YOU are the frauds, YouTube. The People need to Shut You Down, YouTube!

  • Hmmmm. I wonder how Med School Insiders obtained their conclusions about this. I know they mentioned they looked at match rate, STEP 1 scores….etc. But still, doesn’t seem to pass the ‘eye ball test’. I’m an anesthesiologist. Although I’ve been out of residency for 10 years now, I’m still hearing that matching into anesthesia is still very competitive. At any rate, Med School Insiders seem to focus a lot on specialty salaries. Keep in mind that there is no guarantee that if you go into a certain specialty that you will be guaranteed to make the money that was stated in this video. For example, I know some anesthesiologists that make only around $100k per year. These are moms with small children and work only half-days, only one or two days a week (not bad for working part-time, huh?). On the flip side, I know some anesthesiologists that make around a $1 million per year. They hustle and work for it though.

    Also, I know some plastic surgeons that make far below the $500k that this video states. Yes, there are some plastic surgeons that make millions per year. But they are the exception, not the rule. The good plastic surgeons not only produce good work, they also have a beautiful office, surgery center, business manager and marketing team AND they have offices in affluent areas like Beverly Hills and Manhattan. But most plastic surgeons are not this successful and struggle to make ends meet. I know a lot of plastic surgeons who take-call at community hospitals to make extra income. They get called for cut fingers/hands (yes, plastic surgeons operate on hands) and cuts on faces (assuming the patient’s insurance qualifies for plastics closure….otherwise the ED physician will do the suturing himself/herself), washing out wounds on various parts of the body, closing wounds….etc. Not very glamorous stuff. But they help pay the bills.

    As it goes for all specialties, salaries vary drastically. Depends on how hard you want to work (how many hours) and where you work (geography). I love my specialty of anesthesiologist. Very satisfied. I don’t know a single anesthesiologist that would choose a different specialty if they had to do it over again. All of us love our jobs (even the ones that seem to struggle being an anesthesiologist seem to still love it). But I know A LOT of surgeons who hate their jobs and would choose something else (like anesthesia ;-). In my opinion (based solely on my observation alone) the specialty with the least job satisfaction, the ones who HATE their job and would love to change specialty if they had to do it over again is…..OB/GYN. Wow! I don’t know many OB/GYN who would do it again. Their lives are miserable. Anyways, my 2 cents.

  • 5:40 how about kipping? I like to get 2in1 here and also engage my lats, as regular straight leg lifts are too hard for me. I also curl my hips of course and feel both of those muscles. Do you consider that effective?

  • Michael Mina is proving he’s not very smart at anything outside of his field because this plan is absolutely terrible. It has already been proven terrible with the governor of Ohio who took a rapid test with low sensitivity causing him to announce he’s positive for the Coronavirus but a follow up highly sensitive PCR test proved he was negative. We can’t pretend we can reopen society and schools with sub-optimal test kits. The issue isn’t that PCR is too sensitive the problem is that the federal government isn’t doing anything with the defense production act to speed up test processing.

  • Thank you Whitney! You’re a true inspiration. From watching your videos and applying your tips, I’ve lost over 30lbs. I’ve been stressing through school and I’ve created a lot of bad habits. This video is really inspiring and brought me back to reality ❤️I’m so ready

  • Nothing is more important! I look forward to these tests being in the hands of every American to use at home every day. Combined with masks, all schools and businesses could immediately reopen. To remove incentive to lie about test results, we must also provide paid sick leave so those with positive results can afford to stay home.

  • Thanks a lot for creating amazing and educational contents Jeff. Much appreciated. Could you also include breathing techniques while doing that workout? Many thanks

  • I like to do really slow captains chair leg raises and at the top of the rep really hold that posterior pelvic tilt as you squeeze your abs hard for 1 second before slowly bringing your legs back down and after 3 or 4 sets you’ll feel it big time especially if your used to usually doing this exercise as more of a fast explosive movement

  • If an individual doctor acts as the manufacturer of the tests and give them to his patients then the FDA has no jurisdiction over the art of medicine. So by producing bottles of liquid that the doctor applies to lab supplies to make into tests…Groundswell DIY cant be stopped. we need the sauce or the recipie.
    antigen rapid Tests manufactured outside of US:
    https://mylabdiscoverysolutions.com/pathocatch/
    http://sdbiosensor.com/xe/promotionNews
    https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/south-korean-firm-begins-making-rapid-testing-kits-at-manesar-facility/story-jMEPRyKsN5kxLCJ755JoxI.html
    http://rapigen-inc.com/wp/portfolio-items/covid-19ag/?lang=en&ckattempt=1

    In US company approved antigen tests still requiring expresso machine but maybe getting at the chemicals would help:
    https://www.fda.gov/media/137886/download
    https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/coronavirus-covid-19-update-fda-issued-emergency-use-authorization-point-care-antigen-test

    the crispr test
    research kits available
    https://www.stopcovid.science/

    https://www.fiercebiotech.com/medtech/sherlock-s-quick-crispr-based-coronavirus-test-gets-emergency-nod
    https://www.mpo-mag.com/contents/view_breaking-news/2020-05-05/sherlock-based-one-step-covid-19-test/
    https://sherlock.bio/crispr-sars-cov-2/
    https://www.selectscience.net/industry-news/sherlock-biosciences,-idt-collaborate-to-manufacture-crispr-based-sars-cov-2-testing-kits/?artID=51698

    US start up, no expresso machine
    https://e25bio.com/products/

    Spectrographic Analysis of mouth wash
    https://www.newsmax.com/health/health-news/saliva-test-coronavirus-israeli/2020/08/13/id/981964/

  • I’m 17, and I’m hoping to major in biology and eventually enter medical school. I know I don’t want to do surgery or deal with a lot of infectious disease. It’s years away, but hopefully I can find a good fit if I get there!

  • I don’t know if this is of any relevance to any of you young and upcoming doctors.
    I was a nurse,( am retired now at 74 years of age), but when I first went into training school; the tutor said to us, right from the word GO! Never think of yourselves as just a student. Start already NOW to think of yourselves as fully fledged nurses, making your own decisions, and carrying them out with confidence. This’ll teach you to think for yourself, and analyse yout actions, and reactions, but if you get stuck! That’s what the facultyvis for, to teach, instruct and encourage you to move forward every day.
    I found that very helpful, and kept me motivated, when the road became too rough, and uphill in places, and that kept me going.

  • I wanna be Doctor but right now I’m facing some financial problems no matter how many years I gotta work to save up enough money to send myself to medical school I will do it, I wanna help sick ppl I want other to feel okay and healthy I also wanna help others with financial medical problems, I wanna be a good doctor, one day I’ll be known a Dr.Hector Enrique Matute and I’ll be proud of my work

  • I want to do research but I hate pharmacology and microbiology… So how should I proceed my career?? What speciality can make it happen?? I have no one enough experienced to talk about it…

  • Becoming a doctor is my dream, i know this is random but I just want to make more friends in the medical community �� because I don’t have many of them right now, more friends = more opportunities. I’m in college, the beginning of the journey. ��

  • I think I can do it I really do but with these must have’s I’m a bit scared all though I’m quite good at anything new I’m interested in I’m starting to question myself if I have what it takes
    Can someone who’s going through med school or is done help me

  • Have you heard, RHblood is resistant to viruses? I had a bone marrow test once and the test came back and it said I had 0 iron in my body. I had iron infusions for several weeks. I was told recently, RHblood is copper based. Do you know if this is fact? Copper supposedly makes you resistant to viruses.

  • A few months ago, my chem teacher asked me what I wanted to become. I said I wanted to become a doctor. He asked why is that. I was kind of shocked because he asked me randomly, he just turned to me and asked me these questions. I kept stuttering cuz I was nervous and wasn’t one to participate in class, he doesn’t even know my name, before I could answer he told me, that I should just drop it and I’ll never be able to make it as a doctor in front of all the students in the class. I was so shocked, my heart shattered a little, and all the students just looked at me. And my seat mate patted my back in a way to make me feel better, but it made me feel worse.
    He thinks I’m incompetent, he’s now my tuition teacher, and I always try answer on the online zoom call but I’m always a little off cuz I’m rushing to find the answer. At this point I’ve given up trying to change his mind.

  • OMG you gave me my motivation back. Thanks I’ve went from 214 to 163 but the past few weeks I’ve lost my motivation. And was looking for ways to get it back. Thanks

  • Like this comment if ur young or nine like me and watching this so you will be a good doctor or just like if u liked this comment hahaha

  • As a neuro scientist out of the box thinking has led her to come to the conclusion that physical exercise is inevitable in our daily lives to be healthy!

  • I feel like resilience directly affects work ethic. If you are impatient and angry, you won’t have resilience to study alot, meaning a worse work ethic.

    For me, i think my main weaknesses are adaptability and work ethic, though I feel like I’m almost there in regard to adapting to med school, and I’m planning on improving my schedule to improve my work ethic. Hope it all pans out

  • The CLIA regulators reminds me of the history of “fecal hemoccult” testing. Before CLIA, we (General Surgeon) did our own fecal hemoccults with every rectal exam. And almost everyone got a rectal exam. Thousands of fecal hemoccults we’re stopped by CLIA because Physicians were not licensed by CLIA (test not reliable in MDs hands: very low sensitivity ). Thus, now missing possible occult bleeders, even though the test had very low sensitivity. Then, again because of very low sensitivity, the rectal exam is no longer routine. Widespread use of a very low-sensitivity ( but free) test will pick up the rare exception to the rule, and hopefully early.

  • This was really helpful. I have most of traits and I’ll continue to work on them of course. But knowing what is hard for me and why it’s important to work on it is helpful.

  • The best docters are the ones that enjoy what they do, in other words do not moan and see their patients as family members in other words when they touch a women who they are not married to they see themselves touching their sister/daughter.

  • I feel as if I am too old to start now. I’m 25 (young I know) but I feel as if everyone knew they wanted to be a doctor when they were 17/18, and went towards that right out of high school. It took me until I was 23 to realize I wanted to be a doctor ( I have my AA now, and working on my bachelors) but it took me absolutely forever to get to this point because I didn’t know what I want. I can absorb and memorize material like no joke, but I am just worried that my past with not knowing until later and me messing around in the beginning of college (not making straight A’s) will really screw me over.

  • I’m a high school student in india…all these years, i wanted to pursue a career in the field of finance. But now I’m having second thoughts and feel that medicine would be a better career option for me. I have an eidetic (photographic) memory which makes it really easy for me to remember huge magnitudes of informations. Next year, i have to choose a subject to major in. I need to quickly make a decision as finance and medicine are two completely different fields. Any advice?

  • You are so patient! And I admire the way you share tips about being a doctor in the future. In college, I’m getting a premed course and you inspired me a lot be great doctor thankyou so much!

  • What isn’t mentioned is how culturally Asian countries hold blood typing in a higher regard to signify everything about you from personality traits to your ability to hold certain jobs. I’m unsure that there isn’t confirmation bias in their studies.

  • You are ignoring your nutrition. Your “diet” is the most critical component when getting in shape. This was the biggest factor when I lost 80 lbs. Intermittent fasting was a big component. Next was development of mind to muscle connection. Focusing on the muscles actually required for improvement. Last but not least was full range of motion.��

  • Very thorough excel doc, props! I think, however, that “AOA percentage” and “Top 40 NIH School” are flawed criteria in and of themselves because they automatically “score down” a specialty that accepts IMG (or DO) regardless of what the candidate actually accomplished in medical school. Furthermore, neither of those criteria are rated equal to Step scores or Publications by PDs. As I’m sure you agree, there are some very brilliant, well-published IMGs who complete a residency in the US.

  • I still have one more year till I graduate from High School and I’m already watching this kind of videos. I’m becoming a doctor no matter what

  • Hey…you got a really great method and great explanation. Keep it up…would really appreciate it if you could give me me some feedback on my ab workout method here… https://youtu.be/7jhALrhZIRQ
    Cheers

  • I have one question…is it right to drop the idea of being a Dr.(that u want badly) just because u are not good in memorising????

  • I want to be a doctor cuz i feel bad for people that get injured (i was never injured in my life) or have separate illnesses and i want to help people but i want to become a doctor for the money also lmao but i am stupid so we’ll see about that

  • hi! I’m 13 going into grade 8. And I know I shouldn’t be stressing considering I’m not in medical school, but I am. I want to become a paediatric surgeon. But, I’m stressed about debt. I’m also stressed about not being able to have a family and job. I also have a fear of wrists? I know I sound so stupid, but I truly cannot think of another lifestyle. I also have good grades. My grade 7 year was the best yet. But, my school never covered the human body which makes me scared. What if I’m not prepared for high school? Any tips for what I should be doing?

  • Very good idea with cheap and affordable test kit at home. We live in this country with @350M mixed of races, cultures, religion, etc. even if we have all the test kits and vaccines, that does not mean everyone wants to take it, it likes “you can lead the cows to the water, but you can’t make them drink.”, right?
    Also there are technical difficulty details like you mentioned is how the device report/send result to CDC or healthcare system, which could make the device from cheap to very expensive. Right now almost every country around the globe are working on test kit, vaccine, and treatment, including those fake ones who want to rip off poor people with faulty device (try stuff Made in China and see), thus the FDA needs to regulate and prevent that scenario from happen as much as they can and most of all for the safety of people. However, of course, we always hope there will be the light at the end of the tunnel, with our modern technologies and our scientists working hard day and night, hopefully solution to those issues are on the way in future or sooner.

  • 30 years specializing in osteopathic manipulative medicine. All cash practice, super high demand, great niche, and 45 min per patient. I get paid 100% of what I charge and make more $ than I could spend. No call, no emergencies. Chill medicine. Very high demand.

  • Tips:
    1) Let go of the guilt; do not beat yourself up for things you did in the past, learn from your mistakes and let it go.
    2) Focus on changing your mindset; this is a healthy lifestyle, not a diet. Diets don’t last, but creating healthy habits do.
    3) Drop the excuses; essentially, you are making excuses for not living a healthy lifestyle. If you want it, you have to cut out your excuses and start believing in yourself and in changing.
    4) Make a new plan; since what you did before didn’t work out for you, you need to sit down and create a new plan that you love and gets you motivated.
    5) Don’t go to extreme measures; do not engage in fad diets like cutting out sugar cold turkey. You need to remember that a slow and steady race, wins all the way. You can create a new healthy habit, stick with it and then create a new one.
    6) Focus on eating more wholesome foods; you can meal prep healthy meals for the entire week, this will help you eat better throughout the whole week and avoid the excuse of “not having enough time to cook a heathy meal”.
    Great vid Whitney!

  • And then he quit plastics for money…ethically glad he is not a practicing MD with that kind of ethics or lack of dedication to becoming a Specialist. Good for you for making it but a tleast you found out you were not meant to be a MD

  • Guys please tell me

    I actually wanna become a doctor it’s my passion and dream to become a doc, but I dont have enough money to afford so what should I do study really really tough get scholarship and become a doc or just become a dropout and join MPC please suggest me please.
    Thank you

    Stay Home Stay Safe

  • rewatching this video to determine if dermatology specifically cosmetic/aesthetic/laser sub-specialty is right for me as a second option to ortho sports medicine and also considering ophthalmology as a third option based on a Myers Briggs ISTJ-A personality test that I took these are the three specialties that suit my personality type

  • Thank you for this. Brilliant. What can we do to get this idea into a the hands of decion makers??? What’s the one minute “elevator speech” to get this idea across. “We can curb this virus now with a cheap, daily, at home “good enough” test. This is ready to roll out. We need the Feds to get behind this asap”.
    Hey, get Dr. Minas on Joe Rogan! Seriously.
    I’m concerned that, per usual, Big $ is involved esp in vaccines and fancy drugs and therefore Big $ will block this. (Sad but true..)

  • i’m a sophomore in highschool. i’ve sort of had this underlying anxiety for as long as i can remember about choosing a specialty. i’ve never really known what i wanted to be, and would always put off taking the time to sit down and plan my future. this video definitely helped me so much:)! thank you ❤️

  • I’m already a doctor and I’ve just come back from my first set of nights. I had to watch your videos because I feel so inadequate.

  • Can you make a more informatic video on Ob/gyns? I am really interested in it. I just want to know further about it. Thank you very much.��

  • I really want to be an anesthesiologist. It has good pay, you don’t need to communicate with patients as much as other doctors, and you don’t need to cut into anyone. Also, the whole anesthesia thing is super interesting to me

  • I’ve been told by 3 different doctors throughout life now, that I should be a doctor.
    I’ve considered it only recently. I am interested in neuroscience, and would like to do neurosurgery, but I sometimes have twitches, and my hands can be shaky some days.:(
    While something like feeling uncomfortable with cutting into someone is a thing I could get over, I don’t think I can do much about the shakiness and twitches. Unless that magically goes away after some time.
    Feels a bit disappointing, but maybe it’s for a reason. I might find something better. So here I am looking at other options.
    So thanks for the video.:)

  • im passionate about mental health but feel like psychiatry might not have as much action and excitement i want in my work since most you do is sit and talk, any tips? lol

  • I really want to work in internal medicine, specifically a rheumatologist! I’ve leaned more toward that speciality because a lot of people in my family have things like arthritis, lupus, and what not. I’ve always been interested in that.

  • White people look like pure breeds.China, native America.Australia, and South Africa are isolated.Whites mutated.Then mixed in every Ice age.Probably the most mixed into central Asia.England is pretty new settlement.Are thinking was backwards.Its the survivors.

  • The highest paying fields and fields that take the longest to complete like neurosurgery, orthopedics, and pediatrics make up the part of students who didn’t switch meaning the students were fierce committed bc of the money and time they would have to commit to choosing it

  • Do you have to learn the other skills of other doctors? Do you need to know how to do surgery if you want to be a family physician?

  • can someone help? i want brief and efficient patient contact and i want a good work-life balance and i want to go into a surgical speciality except for neurosurgery and i want something procedure heavy.

  • O blood also has show to reduce body inflammation in general. Also lower levels of heart disease. Not Covid related. This reduction in inflammation has shown to give type O people a longer life span compared to other types.

  • i stared off in my med school by wanting to be a cardiologist, then during during med school, i wanted to be a dermatologist and then ultimately this year i have decided to take up anaesthesiology and i start my residency soon:)

  • The highest paying fields and fields that take the longest to complete like neurosurgery, orthopedics, and pediatrics make up the part of students who didn’t switch meaning the students were fierce committed bc of the money and time they would have to commit to choosing it

  • That’s another statistic based on few people, in China 1.4 billion people the statistics to be correct should be examining millions people. In Wuhan the majority of people is b+, the 0 in this particular location aren’t that many! This video is the repetitions February news. Don’t misinform people needlessly! My partner is a key worker he has worked no stop, because he had too, his blood tipe A negative, me B negative, we both give blood when needed, we are both very healthy.

  • I just realized that this channel joined in 2017… it already has 35m subscribers…
    Some channels joined in 2005 and still only have 30k subs. Those channels are usually the great ones.
    Check them out and maybe subscribe to them if you like them!
    Some of them are even better than the best YouTubers you watch!

  • MedCram has pointed out that the virus interferes with the mechanisms the body normally uses to control inflammation, resulting in some of the worst effects of infection. There is research showing that ingestion of table salt interferes with the same mechanisms. The bad effects of salt begin almost immediately after eating a high-salt meal. A high-salt diet might reduce one’s ability to survive an infection with Covid-19?

  • i’ve already done 3 degrees which were highly focused on critical thinking over memorization, and i think this skill makes memorizing easier, i remember almost everything i read and do if i can critically analyze why it has the name and how it works. Memorizing is great for language in sense,but i’ve also studied italian so i know what does and doesn’t work, most often understanding the word origin and the rules is more important than repetition (although important) it’s when the words are used in content when they stick….not staring at them and saying them repeatedly for hours…and i think most students make this mistake in all fields.

  • @t

    “These data continue to show that the number of people who have been infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 far exceeds the number of reported cases,” Dr. Fiona Havers, the CDC researcher who headed up the study, said. “Many of these people likely had no symptoms or mild illness and may have had no idea that they were infected.”

    The numbers, based on a study of antibody testing results, suggest a large population of people contracted the virus but did not experience symptoms or see a doctor.

  • Sir i am not able to learn properly and maths problems are not easy to me.. I face problems in analytical thinking.. i m not a smart child.How shall i overcome this?

  • Try to start the gym after your 18 because if you start sooner it may be difficult for your body to grow up because of muscle you build

  • For everyone that’s going to try this in their room without their parents knowing or embarrassed if their parents find out

    Feel you

  • Mere sath ek mheene se lagatar aisa ho rha hai. Kal mera birthday tha lakin pehle jaisi koi excitement nahi thi..pta nahi kya kro..need bhi nahi a rhi..ek mheene se..4.5 waj jate hai roj…sab kush kahatam sa hogiya life mein.kya kro..please tell me..kahi main kush kr na loon…

  • This can’t be a coincidence, I was thinking about starting to exercise yesterday, and the very next day Bright Side post this video..

  • Choosing to invest, be it financially or on yourself, takes adequate planning. If you’re interested in developing an action plan for reaching your financial goals, make sure to join us at our next workshop on Tuesday, August 25th:  https://bit.ly/TFDStudioTickets_3!

  • Investing in mental health may be a priority for many people too; without dealing with issues like PTSD, depression, or anxiety, accomplishing these will be much harder.

  • If you want to learn Spanish or French for free (so long as you have an Internet connection), I recommend Duolingo. It’s not great for East Asian languages and other regional languages, but the Spanish and French trees are decent.

  • A former Russian gymnast once told me that a bicycle crunch isn’t complete unless the knee touches the elbow. I tried that and realised a lot.

  • I’m already bilingual and it has done nothing for me professionally…. not to say it could never but I’m 33 and so far the only “benefit” is people saying “oh cool, you speak French? hehehehe Bonjour… Did I say that right??” I know bits of Spanish and am learning Telugu (my boyfriend is Indian and his mother doesn’t speak English so am learning for her). We are branching out into documents in other languages at work including French but even though I have that expertise, I am not on any of those projects. Everyone knows I am bilingual and it’s even on my work profile. It might be useful for you in other ways and I don’t think it’s a waste of time at all, but just here to say it hasn’t benefited me professionally and I work in a global company. I just wouldn’t get your hopes up too high…

  • Welp, there goes my hopes and dreams. The specialty i love and very passionate about doesn’t match with my competitiveness for it.

  • $200,000 is low? You kidding me! I’d be good with even $150k lol going into medicine was never about the money for me but anything over $100k is more than enough since I don’t prefer the “fancy” lifestyle.

  • Has anyone tried Lingoda before? Reading through the refund policy it seems like there are a lot of ways for them to screw you out of your refund.

  • Pediatrics can be a total joy. I have been one for over 30 years and I can honestly say I still love my work. Obviously you would only love pediatrics if you like children. Pediatric is a vocation within a vocation, if you are meant to be a pediatrician, you will be one, you won’t even spend much time thinking about it. But if you work in pediatric oncology, you will need super strength of character. Watching kids suffer and die could break your spirit. But that isn’t even the worst. The very worst thing you may have to deal with as a pediatrician is child abuse.

  • I started off wanting to do GI, then considered Neurosurgery and Orthopedic surgery, but ultimately landed on Plastic Surgery. Here’s my journey and thought process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gyqu5AER7gg

  • For the blue light thing: if your phone/pc has a “night shift” option, I highly recommend having it on 24/7. Trust a stranger on the internet, you’ll get way better sleep and way less migraines!

  • This is just a commercial. I somehow thought TFD would never do something like post a whole-ass ad disguised as a listicle. This is below the usual standards of this channel.

  • That shit feeling when you have an implant for an L5/S1 disc and can only use a Roman chair, planks, and bicycles… Three months post-op and I did a single sit-up the other day. Muscles can do it just fine, my lumbar disagreed quite a bit… Thanks for confirming these 3 exercises work well, though. Thank god, because I can’t do anything else lol. (Great videos, thans for taking the scientific approach with studies, so many meatheads on YouTube)

  • I’m a medical student now, i still have one more year to be graduated.. And i haven’t made up my mind yet as regards to the specialty☹️☹️ and this video didn’t help me out i’m sorry ��

  • The smallest changes make the biggest difference over time. You’ll thank yourself when you’re still mentally sharp and looking young and fit in ten years. (Then you look around and see what the alternative path has lead to) ��

  • Investments are for every area of life! Good Job Chelsea!
    1) Sleep Hygene
    2)Learning a New Language Check out Lingoda
    3)Time Spent away from the Desk or Couch (Live an active life)
    4)Your Platonic Relatonships
    5)Stay up to date in your industry

  • Negative stigma with psychiatry you say? It has to do with the fact they still have no fucking idea what they are doing. It started out with Lobotomy and electroconvulsive therapy and ended with using drugs pedaled by snake oil salesman (aka big pharma). Do you know how many drug trials these companies do until they find results that favor their product? They have TOTAL control over the trials they do and LET the FDA see. Awwe imagine having to talk to a patient for an hour! My god you mean you actually have to spend an hour (first appointment) speaking with a patient before sending them out the door with a prescription? Man you are too fucking much dude. I think doctors need to learn to think for themselves and quit accepting bribes from drug companies.

  • One problem will be cheaters no more sick time, can’t stay home with sick kid, etc. But audit protocols based on QC sampling at entry points can help. Sample x employees/students at entry points. Businesses will have to have Covid absenteeism policies, e.g., PTO for verified +strips, etc. Have answers when the naysayers / vested interests jump in.

  • upon entering med school i was certain that surgical specialities just werent for me however im currently in my 6th year and like dr jubbal said after clinical exposure im beginning to change my mind i was leaning towards internal medicine or endocrinology now im beginning to consider otorhinolaryngology which is a mix of both clinical and surgical well i still didn’t make up my mind and this is why im here. good luck to everyone watching this!

  • I hope one day you guys will make a video on “so you want to be a thoracic surgeon”. Keep up the good work! Your videos are what I come to when procrastination is there.

  • I was ready to go to gym but could not find my sports bra:(( now i am waiting for my set to come which i ordered from GYmshark. It will be tough in winter but i will do that:)

  • I’ll be sure to share your videos from now on these are some tips I try to share with a long time friend along with doing it continually to see improvement

  • You are envisioning something like Ketostix and Diastix, that point you to need to engage with your doctor or not repeat behaviors? Are these type strips a pathway to getting the tests available?

  • My subjects are Physics, Chemistry Biology,home science, English and physical education I’m preparing for NEET entrance exam (medical exam of India) I think my exam will helpful in mine MBBS right sir?

  • It’s simple science: When you walk, you’re doing what we evolved to do, to survive. So the brain, knowing it is in its natural element, will focus more, to survive. It’s good.

  • I had COVID19 in Feb. 2019. That was probably sick as I’ve ever been, at least in a long time. I thought I had the Flu; however, I had that nagging cough, the fever/chills, terrible headache(I attribute it to the constant coughing), body aches, then Pneumonia for about week after my fever broke. I coughed up some “chunky” stuff. I’m type O blood type, btw, and I haven’t had any complications from the illness that I can identify at this point.

  • im passionate about mental health but feel like psychiatry might not have as much action and excitement i want in my work since most you do is sit and talk, any tips? lol

  • I’ve started a journal to write in before bed just to lay out all of my ideas before I turn in for the night. As I have been having more negative emotions and no friends or family close enough to listen to me, getting all my thoughts to the page helps me leave them while I sleep at night.

  • I want to do research but I hate pharmacology and microbiology… So how should I proceed my career?? What speciality can make it happen?? I have no one enough experienced to talk about it…

  • My blood type is O but I have a Pancreatic Cancer Diagnosed.and 8 years ago Im a survived Breast Cancer it’s the life. but always
    thinking Positive never give up ������✌������

  • میں دبئی میں رہتا ہوں اور میں خود ڈپریشن کا مریض تھا اور اب الحمد لله ٹھیک ہو گیا ہوں۔ مجھے کسی نے ڈاکٹر اسرار احمد مرحوم کے توسط سے بتایا تھا کہ صبح شام تین تین بار سورۃ والضحی اور سورۃ الم نشرح پڑھ کر دم کر لیا کریں ٹھیک ہو جائیں گے میں نے اس پر آج تک عمل کر رہا ہوں اور یہ depression اور anxiety کامیاب روحانی علاج ھے۔ قرآن کریم کی تفسیر مظہری کے مطابق یہ کیفیات رسول الله صلی الله عليه واله وسلم پر بھی آئی تھی جب نزول وحی کا سلسلہ رک گیا تھا اور اسی وقت مذکورہ بالا دونوں صورتیں نبی کریم پر نازل ہوئی تھیں اور انکو اس کیفیات سے نجات ملی۔

  • Exactly, the house is on fire and those who can put it out are arguing about how to put it out. All the NPD who love control are having a field day, because we know these type crave any kind of attention. This is going on world wide on so many levels. Let’s all do a twelve step program and KISS.

  • Guys please tell me

    I actually wanna become a doctor it’s my passion and dream to become a doc, but I dont have enough money to afford so what should I do study really really tough get scholarship and become a doc or just become a dropout and join MPC please suggest me please.
    Thank you

    Stay Home Stay Safe

  • I see Dr Mina’s ideas are getting some traction today on the home page of yahoo/yahoo news! Great work everyone and keep spreading the word #groundswell

  • Be careful with Lingoda, I did one of their “cash back” free trials for a week, and had to go through my CC/paypal to finally get my $ back. I would suggest checking out Busuu, it gives you an option to communicate with natives who correct your work and costs a lot less.

  • Whitney you are literally my favorite influencer of all time. Thank you so much for posting the most inspiring and hilarious videos that make me want to keep going and push harder!!!!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Thanks Whitney! Always super helpful tips that are easy to put to work! Just wanted to give some helpful advice as well: being super busy working full time, going to school, and co-building a new church for young adults, eating well can sometimes seem like a challenge; but something I realized was that SNACKS are really important! I’ve been watching my calories in order to reach a specific goal, and I saw just how much we eat without even knowing it, ESPECIALLY if we’ve been eating fast food or empty carbs, so I started meal prepping my main meals as well as simple snacks like carrots or cucumber with hummus to bring with me to work/school so that I always have something healthy to turn to if I’m really hungry and I’ve already eaten my lunch.

  • The way I memorize is to write down whatever I want to memorize and trust whatever I write it’s hard for me to forget… write it down more than once if you want.

  • Seriously, I love you videos. You’re so hyper and bubbly and you have great advice. I’m trying to get back into working out after being bogged with work and being sick and it’s a struggle. But this video was just what I needed

  • My brother died recently, and I’ve been dealing with immense grief and loss. Which has really made my trips to the gym harder to keep!
    I know that working out help me feel better, and the chemicals released help fight the depression, but getting there is the hard part!
    Has anyone experienced this…and have any advice for keeping up at the gym while grieving? Thank you!

    P.S. love you Whitney!! You are an inspiration, and so uplifting!

  • I love watching you’re videos ❤️ we have the same name, so every time you speak in the third person, it feels like you’re talking directly to me��

  • The FDA just removed the requirement for EUA for any Covid19 Antigen test as of Friday August 23. That should really speed up distribution.

  • Thank you for the reality check. Been struggling for a month to get back into it and this was just what i needed. I think im gonna go start by walking my dogs.