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A little film about fighting depression. An attempt to battle the stigma of mental illness.
5 May 2007
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Antoine Garth talks about the experience of being a caregiver for his friend Steve during Steve's terminal illness with clinical AIDS.
16 Jun 2007
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Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation has completed production on a new television Public Service Announcement entitled "In My World." The spot features children talking about what living with serious illness is like, and how Starlight Starbright makes a difference. Jamie Lee Curtis provides the spot's narration.
18 Jun 2007
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It's estimated Americans make 360 million visits a year to pools and water parks during the summertime. While most of these trips are undoubtedly fun, an increasing number result in swimmers getting sick -- with respiratory illnesses, eye infections, ear-nose-throat infections and skin and mucosal infections, among the most common. The good news: a little prevention, compliments of both common sense and improved water technologies, can stem the tide. Both the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organizations have set standards for water quality at recreational water venues. The experts say there are a variety of steps pools can take to meet these new guidelines and reduce the risk of recreational water illnesses (RWIs). - Ensuring rest rooms are located nearby the pool - Ensuring shower areas are available for swimmers to rinse off before heading into the water - Using automated and computerized aquatic management systems to test and monitor the water for things like ph and cholorine levels - Conducting manual spot checks of water - Ensuring only children with diapers designed for swimming are allowed in the water Health experts encourage swimmers to ask questions of pool staff if they have any concerns about the water quality. Produced for Siemens
5 Jul 2007
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Someone who is very mentally ill and usually dangerous. Music thanks to DD.
17 Jul 2007
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Powerful story of Ben Bowen, a 2 1/2 year old who died of brain cancer. Ben's life and death generated more than 5 million dollars for pediatric cancer research and treatment and inspired the launch of the Childhood Cancer Network in 2007. The Childhood Cancer Network is made up of families that have faced childhood cancer and desire to use their experience to help families new to the journey. They share resources, best practices, encouragement and hope to families facing catastrophic childhood illness.
1 Oct 2007
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2 Nov 2007
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Natural Mental Health Cures Orthomolecular Psychiatry is nutrition and natural substances used to help balance any chemical imbalances in the body and treat mental disorders, mental illness or psychiatric symptoms. This is a natural way to treat mental health problems like Depression, ADHD, Schizophrenia, Anxiety problems, etc. By correcting the imbalance naturally, you eliminate psychiatric symptoms for good without the use of long term medications which only cover up problems such as antidepressants, antipsychotics, anti-anxiety medications, etc.
8 Nov 2007
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8 Nov 2007
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The Truth about Mental Disorders. Dr. John Breeding, Ph.D. psychologist discusses how mental disorders are created by the American Psychiatric Association and listed in the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical manual of Mental Disorders. Disorders such as bipolar, ADHD, OCD, Anxiety Disorders, etc. are voted into existence by APA committees. The underlying assumption of biological psychiatry is that mental illness is biologically based despite the fact that no solid science has been able to identify biological markers for mental illnesses. Visit Dr. Breedings Website at *******www.wildestcolts**** This video was produced by Psychetruth ***********/psychetruth *******www.myspace****/psychtruth Copyright © CAEST 2007. All Rights Reserved. This video maybe displayed in public, copied and redistributed for any strictly non-commercial use in its entire unedited form. Alteration or commercial use is strictly prohibited.
20 Dec 2007
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This is me making a mess in the graffiti kitchen.. Music by Solid Savage: RATED ILL
18 Feb 2008
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pretty mad vid few new things in there, lotsa flippies & stuff plz comment!!!let us know what you think how we can improve and what you want to see more of song=ill nino-what comes around
29 Feb 2008
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When you make a quick stop at your local pharmacy it's usually to pick up a prescription, but now there's a new reason to hit your local drug store. They're called mini-clinics and they just might change the way we take care of our health. Beth D'Arcy, mother of four: "For me it’s been a lifesaver with four children it seems we pass illnesses back and forth so it’s really been a help to just run in and get a quick throat swab, get their lungs listened to, that kind of thing." It's hassle free health care. Convenient, quick and affordable. Ann Ponhert, nurse practitioner: "It’s about half the cost of a regular doctor visit and about one-sixth the cost of an emergency room. You're seen by a family nurse practitioner, or physician assistant. We are able to write prescriptions. We do a full exam for the condition you are to be seen for." Mini-clinics don’t handle chronic illnesses, but are great for things like strep throat, sinus infections, or a bad cold. Angela Gent, patient, mini-clinic: "I'm waiting for my prescription now and then I’m going to head home and lie in bed and recover." The clinics are usually open seven days a week, with extended hours, no appointment needed. Barbara Basler, AARP Bulletin: "It really seems, as far as we know, to be a positive development in a health care system that’s often really unyielding and too expensive, and too hard to access." Mini-clinics accept insurance co-pays, Medicare and Mdicaid. They'll send a report to your primary care doctor and if you don't have one, they can recommend one in your neighborhood.
7 Mar 2008
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Be My Friend - *******www.myspace****/psychtruth On Depression, Hope, Recovery, Psychology & Antidepressants Dr. John Breeding, Ph.D. Psychologist discusses how to help people with mental health problems and psychological issues w/out buying into the biological psychiatry approach that a person has an incurable mental illness or mental disorder. Coalition for the Abolition of Electroshock in Texas *******www.endofshock****/ This video was edited by Psychetruth. ***********/psychetruth *******www.myspace****/psychtruth PsycheTruth is empowered by TubeMogul *******www.tubemogul**** Copyright 2008 CAEST. All Rights Reserved. This video may be displayed in public, copied and redistributed for any strictly non-commercial use in its entire unedited form. Alteration or commercial use is strictly prohibited.
31 Mar 2008
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Stress from ongoing pain or illness can impact your emotional well-being. As an illness becomes chronic, it wears down coping abilities, leading to emotional fatigue and burn out, creating a downward spiral. From this emotional and physical deficit it is difficult to mobilize the personal resources for recovery and for living. If you have received a diagnosis of cancer or other life altering illness, it is likely to precipitate an emotional life crisis, as well as an evaluation of your life and your unfinished business. As with chronic illness, it will challenge your coping abilities. The Moonview program will help reframe your condition in the most constructive manner to enhance your emotional well-being, help engage your body's optimal healing mechanisms and give you hope.
1 Apr 2008
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A more satisfying job is out there and with it the promise that your office related illness will become an office related wellness. Post your resume to CareerBuilder**** today and start building!
8 Apr 2008
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