Results for: pink eye Search Results
Family Filter:
Steven Rosenberg MD .. Pediatric Ophthalmology .. www.DrMDK**** .. Medical School: Columbia University .. Residency: Manhattan Eye and Ear .. Fellowship: Scottish Rite Children's Medical Center .. DrMDK****
18 Oct 2008
Share Video

Healthy Eyes, Doctor Delivered. This video on eye health is brought to you by BC Doctors of Optometry. For more information, please visit us at www.bcdoctorsofoptometry****. To ask a doctor, visit our Facebook page at www.facebook****/AskaDoctorofOptometry Featured Expert: Dr. Pavan Avinashi, OD
16 Feb 2011
Share Video

Today on the Philip DeFranco Show Carnival Cruise ships, North Korea nuke testing, and anti-gay proms take the spotlight. *******gamehackerz****/battle-pirates-cheats-and-hack-tools
14 Feb 2013
Share Video

Pineapple weed is an excellent herb for stress. It is also a pink eye remedy, stuffy nose remedy, stomach ache remedy, colic remedy, flatulence remedy, as well as itchy skin remedy. Along with wild chamomile, pineapple weed is one of the herbs for stress.
13 Oct 2008
Share Video

In The Qube - Episode 105 We’re at the Adidas Star Wars Sneaker Launch in Time Square, New York, where Snoop Dogg is helping to promote Adidas’ new trainer line. We also take a look at Pink eye fashion, a small Sneaker Customisation Company, and some of the trainers they have produced! Download the In The Qube App Free from the App Store where you can find furthers clips from the series and exclusive goodies: ******* All Rights Reserved Sony 2010
24 Aug 2010
Share Video

MicrobeWorld and the Koshland Science Museum present a video podcast of comedian Brian Malow that includes excerpts from his science comedy act on infectious disease and an interview about the geek mystique of science.
5 Oct 2007
Share Video

A quick explanation about HealthyChatter**** and what we wish to do with the blog. We are here to bring you information about health ranging from cancer to sunburns.
8 Jun 2009
Share Video

Interview with Damian....soonish.
2 Feb 2010
Share Video

Those lookalikes pop up everywhere
9 Feb 2010
Share Video

Part 1 with Damian Abraham of Fucked up
17 Feb 2010
Share Video

Eye Specialist Mineola NY, Eye Problem Symptoms, Melania Napolitano Williston Park, Garden City *******OptometristMineolaNY**** Eye Specialist Mineola NY, Dr. Melania Napolitano sees glaucoma, cataracts and vision impairment as common eye care problems. Changes in vision should be monitored with annual eye exams. An eye examination of the optic nerve can detect the presence of glaucoma in addition to the pressure of the eye. Cataracts, affecting most adults in their early 50s can be removed by an ophthalmologist. Lasik eye surgery is not a treatment for cataracts; but is used to correct astigmatism, nearsightedness or farsightedness. Distorted vision can be caused by astigmatism or glaucoma. Medical issues should be ruled out before assuming a new prescription for eye glasses is all that is needed for restoration of clear vision. Macular degeneration erodes central vision, while glaucoma takes away the peripheral vision. Macular degeneration though also a cause of vision impairment, can be treated if diagnosed early. Prescription eye glasses or bifocals may be preferable for some eye care patients with an aversion toward contact lenses for easier reading. For more videos please visit the following link: ***********/user/OptometryMineola Mineola optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the cities of: Williston Park, Garden City, Carle Place, Albertson, New Hyde Park, Westbury, Hempstead, Old Westbury, Roslyn
1 Nov 2011
Share Video

Piggie Lovers Inc. Guinea Pig Rescue is located in Latrobe, PA. Our website is is Hercules and Zeus. They are a bonded pair of male PEW's (Pink Eyes, White Fur) They were rescued from being euthanized at a lab in Canada. They need alot of love and attention. If you would like to adopt them please go to our website to fill out an application.
4 Feb 2008
Share Video

Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the incarnation of Lord Shiva and great devotee of Lord Rama .............SUBSCRIBE............. More labels Anjaneya : Son of Anjana Anjanagarbhasambhoota : Born of Anjani Ashokavanikachhetre : Destroyer of Ashoka Grove Akshahantre : Slayer of Aksha Balarka Sadrushanana : Like the Rising Sun Bheemasenasahayakrute : Helper of Bheema Batnasiddhikara : Granter of Strength Bhakthavatsala : Protector of Devotees Bajrangbali : With strength of diamod Bhavishya Chaturanana : Aware of Future Happenings Chanchaladwala : Glittering Tail Suspended Above The Head. Chiranjeevini : Eternal Being Chaturbahave : Four-Armed Dashabahave : Ten-Armed Danta : Calm Dheera : Valiant Deenabandhave : Protector of the Downtrodden Daithyakulantaka : Destroyer of Demons Daityakarya Vidhyataka : Destroyer of All Demons' Activities Dhruddavrata : Strong-Willed Meditator. Dashagreevakulantaka : Slayer of the Ten-Headed Ravana Race Gandharvavidya Tatvangna : Exponent in the Art of Celestials Gandhamadhana Shailastha : Dweller of Gandhamadhana Hanumanta : Puffy Cheeks Indrajit Prahitamoghabrahmastra Vinivaraka : Remover of the Effect of Indrajit's Brahmastra Jambavatpreeti Vardhana : Winning Jambavan's Love JaiKapeesh : Hail Monkey Kapeeshwara : Lord of Monkeys Kabalikruta : Swallower of the Sun Kapisenanayaka : Chief of the Monkey Army Kumarabrahmacharine : Youthful Bachelor Kesarinandan : Son of Kesari Kesarisuta : Son of Kesari Kalanemi Pramathana : Slayer of Kalanemi Harimarkatamarkata : Lord of Monkeys Karagrahavimoktre : One who Frees from Imprisonment Kalanabha : Controller of Time Kanchanabha : Golden-Hued Body Kamaroopine : Changing Form at Will Lankineebhanjana : Slayer of Lankini Lakshmanapranadatre : Reviver of Lakshmana's Life Lankapuravidahaka : He Who Burnt Lanka Lokapujya : Worshipped by the Universe Maruti :Son of Marut (wind god) Mahadhyuta : Most Radiant Mahakaya : Gigantic Manojavaya : Speed Like Wind Mahatmane : Supreme Being Mahavira : Most Valiant Marutatmaja : Most Beloved Like Gems Mahabala Parakrama : Of Great Strength Mahatejase : Most Radiant Maharavanamardana : Slayer of the Famous Ravana Mahatapase : Great Meditator Navavyakruti Pandita : Skilful Scholar Parthadhwajagrasamvasine : Having Foremost Place on Arjuna's Flag Pragnya : Scholar Prasannatmane : Cheerful Pratapavate : Known for Valour Paravidhyaparihara : Destroyer of Enemies Wisdom Parashaurya Vinashana : Destroyer of Enemy's Valour Parijata Tarumoolastha : Resider Under the Parijata Tree Prabhave : Popular Lord Paramantra Nirakartre : Acceptor of Rama's Mantra Only Pingalaksha : Pink-Eyed Pavanputra : Son of Wind god Panchavaktra : Five-Faced Parayantra Prabhedaka : Destroyer of Enemies' Missions Ramasugreeva Sandhatre : Mediator between Rama and Sugreeva Ramakathalolaya : Crazy of listening Rama's Story Ratnakundala Deeptimate : Wearing Gem-Studded Earrings Rudraveerya Samudbhava : Born of Shiva Ramachudamaniprada : Deliverer of Rama's Ring Ramabhakta : Devoted to Rama Ramadhuta : Ambassador of Rama Rakshovidhwansakaraka : Slayer of Demons Sankatamochanan : Reliever of sorrows Sitadevi Mudrapradayaka : Deliverer of the Ring of Sita Sarvamayavibhanjana : Destroyer of All Illsions Sarvabandha Vimoktre : Detacher of all Relationship Sarvagraha Nivashinay : Killer of Evil Effects of Planets Sarvaduhkhahara : Reliever of all Agonies Sarvalolkacharine : Wanderer of all Places Sarvamantra Swaroopavate : Possessor of all Hymns Sarvatantra Sawaroopine : Shape of all Hymns Sarvayantratmaka : Dweller in all Yantras Sarvarogahara : Reliever of all Ailments Sarvavidhyasampath Pradayaka : Granter of Knowledge and Wisdom Shrunkalabandhamochaka : Reliever from a Chain of Distresses Sitashoka Nivarana : Destroyer of Sita's Sorrow Shrimate : Revered Simhikaprana Bhanjana : Slayer of Simhika Sugreeva Sachiva : Minister of Sugreeva Shoora : Bold Surarchita : Worshipped by Celestials Sphatikabha : Crystal-Clear Sanjeevananagahatre : Bearer of Sanjeevi Mount Shuchaye : Chaste Shanta : Very Composed Shatakanttamadapahate : Destroyer of Shatakantta's Arrogance Sitanveshana Pandita : Skilful in finding Sita's Whereabouts Sharapanjarabhedaka : Destroyer of the Nest made of Arrows Sitaramapadaseva : Always Engrossed in Rama's Service Sagarotharaka : Leapt Across the Ocean Tatvagyanaprada : Granter of Wisdom Vanara : Monkey Vibheeshanapriyakara : Beloved of Vibheeshana Vajrakaya : Sturdy Like Metal Vardhimainakapujita : Worshipped by Mynaka Hill Vagmine : Spolesman Vijitendriya : Controller of the Senses Vajranakha : Strong-Nailed Vagadheeksha : Lord of Spokesmen Yogine : Saint
24 May 2009
Share Video

Demonstrating their commitment to families during tough economic times, Walgreens (NYSE, NASDAQ: WAG) and Take Care Health Systems today announced the launch of the Take Care Clinic Take Care Recovery Plan - an offer of free health care services at Take Care Clinics throughout the remainder of 2009 to all current and future Take Care Clinic patients, and their families, that suffer a job loss on or after March 31, 2009 and have no health insurance benefits. "Walgreens and Take Care Health Systems will not stand idly by as individuals are forced by the hardships of the economy to choose among basic necessities such as health care, housing and food. Quality, accessible and affordable care should be the right of every individual," said Walgreens President and CEO Gregory D. Wasson. "For that reason, we are announcing the offer of the Take Care Recovery Plan, so that families finding themselves without employment and health insurance benefits aren't forced to make this tough decision." The Take Care Recovery Plan offer applies to most services currently provided at the Take Care Clinics, including routine treatment of the following conditions: * Respiratory Illnesses, such as colds, sinus infections, bronchitis and strep throat * Common Conditions, such as seasonal allergies, urinary tract infections and pink eye * Skin Conditions, such as dry skin, poison ivy, and minor skin infections and burns Under the Take Care Recovery Plan, patients can access these services anytime between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. Health evaluations, vaccinations, physicals and injection/infusion administration are excluded from the offer. A full list of Take Care Clinic services, generally priced at $59 and above, can be accessed at www.takecarehealth****. Produced for Take Care Health Systems
1 Apr 2009
Share Video

Transcript by Newsy**** BY JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource business news analysis from Newsy The mother of all breast cancer charities -- The Susan G. Komen foundation -- is the top matriarch in the fundraising world, but the organization is now taking legal action against smaller charities for copyright violations. Komen wants to protect its pink logo and “For the Cure” slogan against what some call “pinkwashing” -- when smaller charities use the logo and slogan for their own cancer fundraisers. “Mush for a Cure” and “Kites for a Cure” are just two charities who were asked to change their names -- or face legal action. (Video: KSDK) The organization has come under fire for using administrative funds -- money donated for cancer research -- to pay for legal fees. NBC hears both sides of the story: SUE PROM (Mush For a Cure): “We’re all supposed to be fighting against breast cancer. And here, another organization opposed to breast cancer will cost us all the money we want to give to the cause.” KATRINA MCGHEE (Susan G. Komen): “If we have been overzealous in our quest to protect our name or the names that our donors come up with, its because we feel such a huge responsibility to the Komen family and donors who volunteer so hard in our mission.” Komen isn’t getting much sympathy from the media -- being called a "trademark bully.” A writer for Statesman Journal uses a few “pink washes” of her own to deliver a firey response: “It has left a taste far less satisfying than Yoplait yogurt [one of the Komen foundation's sponsors] in many a mouth and has many people promising that they won't walk in a race, donate to the charity or buy its endorsed products again. On social media sites such as Facebook and in online forums, the foundation has been getting its pink eye bruised black.” And Ron Coleman, a copyright lawyer, wonders how to pick sides in this charity battle. On his blog, he asks: “Is trademark bullying ok if you’re on the side of the angels?" Even the biggest supporters of Susan G. Komen are peeved pink. Funnyman Stephen Colbert -- who plays a large hand in New York City’s Komen race every year burned his proverbial bra in sarcastic support of the foundation that spends donor money to sue other groups: “If they don’t own the phrase, ‘for the cure’ then people might donate the money thinking its going to an organization dedicated to curing cancer, when instead... its wasted on organizations dedicated... to curing cancer.” But a marketing professor tells a newspaper in Peoria, Illinois -- where the Komen sisters were born -- he defends the foundation. He reminds readers... it may be charity, but they’ve got a business to run. “Organizations invest huge amounts of time and money into establishing their brand and must protect it... Organizations owe it to their customers to protect their brand in order to avoid confusion with other organizations over which they have no control.” Finally, a writer for Tech Dirt offers his simple solution to the fundraising powerhouse. To deal with the other charities WITHOUT acting like a legal bully -- just license the mark, but -- at no cost. “SGK's claim, of course, is that it doesn't want the phrase to get sullied by unscrupulous organizations, but that doesn't mean it needs to pull out the legal guns when a legitimate charity comes along. Just let them use the damn phrase, and let everyone help raise money for charity, rather than legal bills.” The Huffington Post reports Komen has already filed legal paperwork against more than 100 smaller charities. So what do you think? Does the Susan G. Komen foundation, alone, hold the pink power? Or have they turned into a branding bully? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
28 Jan 2011
Share Video

"Step 1:Using a chisel brush, put a white face paint outline for cat ears on the forehead and continue with white face paint down the nose and upper lip; leave space over eyebrows. Make little whisker shapes Step 2: Using medium brush, put pink face paint in a triangle on the end of nose. Use the same color and do inside of cat ears, over the eyelids and over the eyes, use a chisel brush. Step 3: Use black face paint and a fine brush for the whiskers. Add a line down from the bottom of the nose to the mouth, add three dots on either side then add whiskers around the upper lip. Outline around the ears in black face paint. Step 4: Using a small brush, highlight around the pink eyes with white face paint. Use white sparkles on the ear area and the nose."
17 Aug 2011
Share Video