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Prof. Francesco Rubino: A future without diabetes
 
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Prof. Francesco Rubino, Chair of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery at King's College London and WCITD 2019 Congress Director, on the future of diabetes. The 4th World Congress on Interventional Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary forum where clinicians, scientists, and policy makers will conduct a critical review and discussion of the latest research findings on metabolic/bariatric surgery and novel interventional therapies for type 2 diabetes. The first three editions were held with the participation of world leading experts, including Nobel laureates, and with attendees from over 60 countries. This year the focus will be on the treatment “From Guidelines to Implementation”. Join us April 8-10 in New York City! Find out more information here: wcitd.com/2019
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Prof. Francesco Rubino: Breaking barriers and ensuring access to diabetes care
 
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Prof. Francesco Rubino, Chair of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery at King's College London and WCITD 2019 Congress Director, discusses the need for breaking barriers and ensuring access to diabetes care. The 4th World Congress on Interventional Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary forum where clinicians, scientists, and policy makers will conduct a critical review and discussion of the latest research findings on metabolic/bariatric surgery and novel interventional therapies for type 2 diabetes. The first three editions were held with the participation of world leading experts, including Nobel laureates, and with attendees from over 60 countries. This year the focus will be on the treatment “From Guidelines to Implementation”. Join us April 8-10 in New York City! Find out more information here: wcitd.com/2019
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Being a teacher is one of the hardest jobs in this country...
 
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Russell discusses teachers in the UK. Follow the show on on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/howardhour Follow Russell on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/russellhoward Become a fan on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/OfficialRussellHoward SUBSCRIBE NOW. Watch new episodes every Thursday at 10pm on Sky One
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DDW 2017 Highlights - Interview with DDW Council Chair, Grace Elta, MD
 
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DDW TV talks to DDW Council Chair, Grace Elta, MD, AGAF, FASGE, about the highlights of the meeting, her moderation of a session on the gender & ethnic inequities that remain in the field of gastroenterology, and some new features at #DDW17 such as the academic debates and the Poster Theater.
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Radical Resistance: Building the Inclusive Mosque Initiative | Halima Gosai Hussain | TEDxUCLWomen
 
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The Inclusive Mosque Initiative (IMI) is a radical women-led organisation that creates alternative spaces for Muslim prayer that centre the voices of those who are often marginalised in mainstream mosques. Halima Gosai Hussain, chair of IMI, charts the founding of IMI, her journey to joining IMI, and the importance and implications of IMI in a wider context of Islamophobia in Britain today. TW: Islamophobia Halima Gosai Hussain is chair of the Inclusive Mosque Initiative (IMI). IMI is radical women-led organisation that creates alternative spaces for Muslim prayer that centre the voices of those who are often marginalised in mainstream mosques. Since its founding in 2012, Halima has been leading prayers as one of their female imams. She has a degree in Philosophy & Theology from King’s College London and an MA in Middle Eastern Studies from SOAS, where her research focused on feminist readings of the Quran. Halima Gosai Hussain is chair of the Inclusive Mosque Initiative (IMI). IMI is radical women-led organisation that creates alternative spaces for Muslim prayer that centre the voices of those who are often marginalised in mainstream mosques. Since its founding in 2012, Halima has been leading prayers as one of their female imams. She has a degree in Philosophy & Theology from King’s College London and an MA in Middle Eastern Studies from SOAS, where her research focused on feminist readings of the Quran. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Pastor Jerome Fernando - Beautiful Moments - Chaemi Perera
 
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Chaemi was suffering with Chronic Type 2 Diabetes, her condition was getting from bad to worse with every passing day. Doctor's had done all that they could medically and was on the brink of giving up hope that Chaemi would make it through. On the 14th of April 2017, Good Friday, God stepped into Chaemi's hospital room and honoured the sincere heartfelt faith present through the man of God Pastor Jerome and the rest of Chaemi's family. This testimony proves not only that our God is faithful but that our faith, even toward the healing of a loved one, is powerful. Be blessed as you witness the mighty hand of God through Chaemi's mighty testimony!
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King's College Hospitals in special measures
 
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King's College Hospitals in special measures The government agency in charge of improving the NHS has placed the King's College Hospitals trust in special measures. Earlier, Sky News revealed that the new chair of regulator NHS Improvement asked the chairman of one of the UK's biggest NHS trusts, Lord Kerslake, to resign. Overnight on Sunday, Lord Kerslake announced he was stepping down as chairman of King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in London in protest.He said he was resigning over what he claimed was the Government's "unrealistic" approach to the huge challenges around funding.NHS Improvement said it has placed the trust in special measures following serious concerns about its growing deficit. Ian Dalton, Chief Executive of NHS Improvement said: "The financial situation at King's has deteriorated very seriously over recent months and we have now placed the trust in special measures to maximise the amount of scrutiny and support that it receives."We understand that the wider NHS faces financial and operational challenges, and other trusts and foundation trusts have large deficits. However, none has shown the sheer scale and pace of the deterioration at King's. More from Politics LIVE: Confusion over 'legally enforceable' Brexit deal Irish PM Leo Varadkar urged to help stop 'offensive and unacceptable' Brexit Theresa May to hail Brexit 'optimism' as trade talks loom BAE Systems signs £5bn Typhoon deal with Qatar Ban pension cold-calling now, MPs demand Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Case delay brings 'ripple of freedom', says husband "It is not acceptable for individual organisations to run up such significant deficits when the majority of the sector is working extremely hard to hit their financial plans, and in many cases have made real progress."More follows... *************************************************************************** ••••INFORMATION • Source: https://goo.gl/j6GK7e --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/) Very excited to partner with other electronic newspaper pages. Please send me an email Thanks you for watching
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Francesco Rubino at ECIPE Seminar: Tackling Obesity in Europe - How to Fight an Emerging Crisis?
 
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Francesco Rubino is a Professor and Chair of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, King’s College London
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Call for gastric surgery to treat diabetes
 
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People with diabetes should be offered gastric surgery as a standard treatment option which could help control it for years without medication, the world's leading diabetes groups say. A joint statement from a 45-strong group said on Tuesday that bariatric, or metabolic, surgery could have a significant benefit for hundreds of thousands of patients worldwide, which they said represented one of the biggest shifts in diabetes treatment guidelines since the advent of insulin. The new guidelines say surgery to reduce the stomach and induce weight loss should be recommended to treat all diabetes patients whose body mass index (BMI) is 40 or over, regardless of their blood glucose control, as well as those with a BMI of 30 and over whose blood sugar levels are not being controlled by lifestyle changes or medication. Francesco Rubin, a professor and chair of metabolic and bariatric surgery at King's College London and one of the authors of the new guidelines, said many countries across the world are in the midst of "an epidemic of diabetes". Rubino said patients should be offered a range of options, including lifestyle changes, medications and surgery. "For some, surgery may be the best choice," he told a briefing in London. Type 2 diabetes is characterised by insulin resistance, which many can manage with medication and diet. But the disease is often life-long and a major cause of blindness, kidney failure, heart attacks, stroke and lower limb amputation. A recent World Health Organisation study found that the number of adults with diabetes has quadrupled in the past four decades to 422 million. International Diabetes Federation (IDF) estimates that by 2040 this will rise to 642 million. "Surgery represents a radical departure from conventional approaches to diabetes," Rubino said. The guidelines, published in the journal Diabetes Care, were endorsed by 45 international organisations, diabetes specialists and researchers, including the IDF, the American Diabetes Association, the Chinese Diabetes Society and Diabetes India. The guidelines are based on a substantial body of evidence, including 11 randomised trials, showing that in most cases surgery can lead to reductions in blood glucose levels below the Type 2 diabetes diagnosis threshold or to a substantial improvement in blood glucose levels. In many cases this would lead to patients being able to give up or significantly reduce their diabetes medications.
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For Diabetes, Surgery May Have Better Outcomes
 
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www.dailyrxnews.com For the growing number of type 2 diabetes patients in the US, standard medical treatments might not be the only effective option. A new study found that bariatric (weight loss) surgery may be more effective in treating obese type 2 diabetes patients than standard medical treatments, such as medication and insulin therapy. "The ability of surgery to greatly reduce the need for insulin and other drugs suggests that surgical therapy is a cost-effective approach to treating type-2 diabetes," said lead study author Dr. Francesco Rubino, chair of bariatric and metabolic surgery at King's College London, in a press release.
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London Health Commission: Theme A:   Professor Thomas Lee
 
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The London Health Commission is an independent inquiry established in September 2013 by the Mayor of London. The Commission is chaired by Professor the Lord Darzi and reports directly to the Mayor. The Commission is examining how London's health and healthcare can be improved for the benefit of the population. As part of the Call for Evidence we held four successful evidence hearing sessions in public on 20 and 27 January 2014. These sessions featured a range of expert figures from the UK and abroad giving evidence to a panel of Commission members, chaired by Lord Darzi. Evidence was given in four broad themes: A - Improving the quality and integration of care - Right Honourable Stephen Dorrell MP, Chair, Health Select Committee - Dr Shelley Dolan, Chief Nurse, The Royal Marsden Hospital - Dr Geraldine Walters, Director of Nursing and Midwifery, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - Professor Tony Rudd, Professor of Stroke Medicine, Consultant Stroke Physician, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust / King's College London - Mr David Palmer, Chief Executive, MIND in Bexley - Mr Daniel Cartwright, Chief Executive, MIND in Brent - Ms Carol Fenton, General Manager, London, Anglia & South East region, Macmillan - Professor Tom Lee, Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management, Harvard School of Public Health - Dr Michelle Drage, Chief Executive, London-wide Local Medical Committees - Dr Onkar Sahota, GP and Assembly Member for Ealing and Hillingdon - Dr Nav Chana, Dean of General Practice and Community Based Education, London Deanery - Ms Merav Dover, Chief Officer, Southwark and Lambeth Integrated Care - Mr Daniel Elkeles, Chief Officer, CWHHE Clinical Commissioning Groups Collaborative B - Enabling high quality and integrated care delivery - Ms Candace Imison, Deputy Director of Policy, King's Fund - Mr Richard Blakeway, Deputy Mayor for Housing, Land and Property, Greater London Authority - Mr Simon Holden, Chief Executive, NHS Property Services - Mr Tony Griffiths, London Regional Director, NHS Property Services - Mr Tim Kelsey, National Director of Patients and Information, NHS England - Dr Julia Riley, Palliative Care Consultant at the Royal Marsden & Royal Brompton Palliative Care Service - Dr Paul Wicks, Vice President of Innovation, Patientslikeme - Professor Paul Corrigan, Independent Management Consultant - Ms Emily Holzhausen, Director of Policy and Public Affairs, Carers UK - Mr Roy Lilley, Chair, People's Inquiry London - Ms Susan Edgman-Levitan, Executive Director, Stoeckle Centre for Primary Care Innovation, Massachusetts - Ms Catherine Davies, Executive Director of Cooperation and Competition, Monitor - Mr George Fielding, Chair of Kidz Board, Whizz-kidz C - Healthy lives and reducing health inequalities - Mr Henry Dimbleby, Founder of Leon Restaurants - Mr Gareth Jones, Vice President and General Manager, Fitbit - Baroness Sally Greengross - Ms Camila Batmanghelidjh, Founder and Director of Kids Company - Ms Poppy Jaman, Chief Executive Officer, Mental Health First Aid England - Ms Sheila Mitchell, Marketing Director, Public Health England - Sir Peter Hendy, Commissioner, Transport for London - Professor Sir Liam Donaldson, Chair in Health Policy, Imperial College London - Dr Agis Tsouros, Director of Division, Policy and Governance for Health and Wellbeing, World Health Organisation - Dr Jo Ivey Boufford, President, The New York Academy of Medicine D - Health economy, research and education - Dr Bina Rawal, Research, Medical and Innovation Director at The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry - Dr Eliot Forster, Interim Chief Executive, MedCity and CEO of Creabilis - Dr Robert Winter, Managing Director, Eastern Academic Health Science Network - Professor Gary Ford, Chief Executive, Oxford Academic Health Science Network - Mr Kit Malthouse, Deputy Mayor for Business and Enterprise, Greater London Authority - Ms Mairi Johnson, Executive Director, Healthbox Europe - Professor Sir John Tooke, Vice Provost (Health) at University College London and Academic Director at UCL Partners - Sir Richard Sykes, Chairman of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Full details of these sessions, including transcripts, are available on our website: www.london.gov.uk/london-health-commission
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Interview with Sir Michael Hirst, former MP & former VP of the International Diabetes Federation
 
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In this video, Professor Chris Hammond, Frost Chair of Ophthalmology at King's College London , interviews TwinsUK member Sir Michael Hirst - a former Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party politician and former Vice President of the International Diabetes Federation - during a twin visit with his twin, Mrs Anne Loch. The interview includes insights from the world of politics, Sir Michael's experience on the twin visit, and how research into diabetes taking place at the Department of Twin Research and other research institutions could save millions of lives. We would like to thank Sir Michael Hirst, Mrs Anne Loch, and all the dedicated twins who take part in this valuable and much needed research.
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Jack Whitehall Stand-Up
 
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Comedian Jack Whitehall performs jokes about how New Yorkers drink like Brits and why The Lion King is Shakespeare with fur. Subscribe NOW to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: http://bit.ly/1nwT1aN Watch The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Weeknights 11:35/10:35c Get more Jimmy Fallon: Follow Jimmy: http://Twitter.com/JimmyFallon Like Jimmy: https://Facebook.com/JimmyFallon Get more The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Follow The Tonight Show: http://Twitter.com/FallonTonight Like The Tonight Show: https://Facebook.com/FallonTonight The Tonight Show Tumblr: http://fallontonight.tumblr.com/ Get more NBC: NBC YouTube: http://bit.ly/1dM1qBH Like NBC: http://Facebook.com/NBC Follow NBC: http://Twitter.com/NBC NBC Tumblr: http://nbctv.tumblr.com/ NBC Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NBC/posts The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon features hilarious highlights from the show including: comedy sketches, music parodies, celebrity interviews, ridiculous games, and, of course, Jimmy's Thank You Notes and hashtags! You'll also find behind the scenes videos and other great web exclusives. Jack Whitehall Stand-Up http://www.youtube.com/fallontonight
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Professor Dame Janet L. Nelson (King’s College London)
 
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A Twin Tale: What makes you Myopic?
 
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Speaker: Professor Chris Hammond, Frost Chair of Ophthalmology, Division of Diabetes & Nutritional Sciences More information: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/medicine/research/divisions/meded/newsevents/eventrecords/2012/dec/lovestone.aspx
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An introduction to Guy's Cancer at QMH
 
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Guy's Cancer at Queen Mary's Hospital (QMH), Sidcup is a state-of-the-art Cancer Centre that offers local cancer patients the opportunity for chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment closer to home. The centre is part of a £30 million investment in developing facilities and services at Sidcup. The QMH site is run by Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, with services provided by several organisations. The care you receive here is delivered by staff from Guy’s Cancer, part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. Watch this film to find out more about the centre and hear from the Chair of our Patient Reference Group June Casson. For more information about Guy's Cancer at QMH visit our website http://www.guysandstthomas.nhs.uk/our-services/cancer/qmh/overview.aspx
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BSA MedSoc 2012 - David Armstrong presents Durkheim's Body
 
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This presentation applies Durkheim's argument, that 'the ideas of time, space, class, cause (and) personality are constructed out of social elements', to the human body. By examining how these constructs have changed in medicine over the 20th century, it will show how the body has been transformed and how it continues to 'evolve'. David Armstrong is Professor of Medicine and Sociology at King's College London. His research interests range from the sociology of medical knowledge to health services research. He is a past member of the Medical Research Council and Chair of one of its Boards. He is currently Director of the NIHR's Research for Patient Benefit Programme.
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Older people with cancer: the past, the present and future, Margot Gosney
 
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Margot Gosney from the Royal Berkshire Hospital trust presented on "Older people with cancer: the past, the present and future" at the Improving Health and Care event hosted by Shoosmiths at the Kings Fund in London on March 7th 2013.
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OII Colloquia: What’s wrong with using machine learning to personalise law?
 
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The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Professor Karen Yeung and Professor Timothy Endicott for the OII Colloquia talk "What's wrong with using machine learning to personalise law?". The event is followed by a short drinks reception. In the legal services industry, automation and the power of machine learning has been transforming legal practice, by automating tasks that had previously been highly labour intensive and typically undertaken by junior lawyers, such as document management, legal discovery and due diligence. Although there is increasing concern about how these digital transformations will affect the job market for lawyers, and for legal services more generally, less attention has been given to the way in which machine learning might be used to ‘personalise’ the law. In particular, several legal scholars claim that the data-driven techniques used by commercial providers such as Amazon and Google to personalise the user’s experience (whether in the provision of shopping recommendations or responses to search queries) could also be used to ‘personalise’ the law. In this paper, we consider the claims made by those who believe that such a move would enhance the administration of contemporary legal systems. In so doing, we offer our preliminary thoughts, suggesting that these proposals are not merely morally problematic, but – if implemented – might fundamentally threaten the rule of law upon which the legitimacy of contemporary legal systems rests. The hashtag to use for tweeting about this event is #oiicolloquia Professor Karen Yeung Affiliation: Birmingham Law School & School of Computer Science Prof Karen Yeung has recently taken up the post of Interdisciplinary Professorial Fellow in Law, Ethics and Informatics at the University of Birmingham in the School of Law and the School of Computer Science and is currently a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Melbourne Law School. Karen came to the United Kingdom from Australia in 1993 as a Rhodes Scholar to read for the Bachelor of Civil Law at Oxford University, after completing a combined Law/Commerce degree at the University of Melbourne. She spent ten years as a University Lecturer at Oxford University and as a Fellow of St Anne’s College, where she wrote her DPhil, before taking up a Chair in Law at King’s College London in September 2006 to help establish the Centre for Technology, Law & Society (‘TELOS’), occupying the role of Director since 2012 until the end of 2017. Her research expertise lies in the regulation and governance of, and through, emerging technologies, with her more recent and on-going work focusing on the legal, ethical, social and democratic implications of a suite of technologies associated with automation and the ‘computational turn’, including big data analytics, artificial intelligence (including various forms of machine learning), distributed ledgers (including blockchain) and robotics. Her work has been at the forefront of nurturing ‘law, regulation and technology’ as a sub-field of legal and interdisciplinary scholarship. She is keen to foster collaboration between academics and policy-makers across various disciplines concerned with examining the social, legal, democratic and ethical implications of technological development, and in seeking to promote informed, reflective technology policy making and implementation. Professor Timothy Endicott Affiliation: University of Oxford Prof Timothy Endicott has been Professor of Legal Philosophy since 2006, and a Fellow in Law at Balliol College since 1999. Professor Endicott writes on Jurisprudence and Constitutional and Administrative Law, with special interests in law and language and interpretation. He served as the Dean of the Faculty of Law for two terms, from October 2007 to September 2015. He is the author of Vagueness in Law (OUP 2000), and Administrative Law, 3rd ed (OUP 2015). After graduating with the AB in Classics and English, summa cum laude, from Harvard, he completed the MPhil in Comparative Philology in Oxford, studied Law at the University of Toronto, and practised as a litigation lawyer in Toronto. He completed the DPhil in Law in Oxford in 1998. He has been General Editor of the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies since 2015.
Part 1-CROHN M.A.P. by John Hermon Taylor
 
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1ª parte de la Exposición sobre Mycobacterium Avium Subespecies Paratuberculosis y como causa la enfermedad de Crohn por el profesor John Hermon Taylor.Por favor visiten: http://crohnsmapvaccine.com/ 1nd Part of the Exposition about Mycobacterium Avium Subespecies Paratuberculosis and how it causes Crohn's disease by professor John Hermon Taylor.Please visit: http://crohnsmapvaccine.com/ Profesor John Hermon-Taylor Jefe del Departamento de Cirugía St.Georges Hospital -Colegio Universitario Londres , Reino Unido Prof. John Hermon-Taylor. Chairman, Department of Surgery St. George's Hospital Medical School London, England http://www.crohns.org/council/hermon-taylor.htm John Hermon-Taylor estudió su carrera de medicina en la Universidad de Cambridge y en el Royal Hospital de Londres U.K. Seguidamente siguió una formación superior de cirugía en Londres y obtuvo el Doctorado en Cirugía mediante su tésis en Cambridge. Estuvo durante un año en el Departamento de Gastroenterologia de la Clinica Mayo como miembro del Consejo de Investigaciones Médicas. A su vuelta a Londres se incorporó como profesor adjunto en cirugia. La Universidad de Londres le otorgó el cargo de jefe de Cirugia del St.George's Hospital y Colegio Médico en 1976. A principios de los años 80 se encargó de crear el Laboratorio de Biología Molecular en el Departamento de Cirugía del St.Georges y empezó sus primeras aplicaciones en la Enfermedad de Crohn. Actualmente lidera un grupo de investigacion en este tema y otro grupo clínico espe- cializado en el tratamiento y seguimiento de pacientes con Enfermedad de Crohn. La meta principal de las inves- tigaciones es desarrollas una vacuna de multi-subunidades incorporando tecnologias ADN y de proteinas y basada sobre genes especificos de la Mycobacteria Avium subespecie paratuberculosa para acelerar, mediando la inmunidad, la erradicación del microbio en los pacientes con Enfermedad de Crohn. John Hermon-Taylor studied medicine at Cambridge University and at the Royal London Hospital, London UK. He subsequently proceeded to higher surgical training in London, and obtained the Mastership of Surgery degree by Thesis at Cambridge. He spent a year 1968-69 as a Medical Research Council Clinical Research Fellow in the Department of Gastrointestinal Physiology at the Mayo Clinic. On returning to London he took up a position as Associate Professor in Surgery, London University and was appointed to the Chair of Surgery at St. George's Hospital and Medical School in 1976. He set up a laboratory of molecular biology in the Department of Surgery at St. George's in the early 1980's, and has applied these methods to the study of Crohn's disease. He currently leads an active research group in the field and a clinical team specializing in the treatment and ongoing care of patients with Crohn's disease. The principal clinical objective is the development of a multi-subunit therapeutic vaccine incorporating DNA and protein technologies, based upon specific genes from Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis, to accelerate immune-mediated microbial clearance in Crohn's disease sufferers.
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Epidemiology: Professor Sir Simon Wessely
 
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The Royal Society of Medicine Chronic Fatigue Syndrome on Monday 28 April 2008. Professor Simon Wessely, King's College London
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Our Values - Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
 
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Our values underpin our work as the largest community healthcare provider in London.
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Hearts and minds: perceptions of the military across countries
 
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This event took place 16 June 2015, examining the British, American, Canadian, Australian and French publics’ perceptions and misperceptions about the military - including on military spending, who joins the armed forces, and the transition back into civilian life. The event launched the findings from a unique new international survey, followed by a panel discussion and audience debate. Speakers: Professor Simon Wessely (Chair), Head of Department of Psychological Medicine, King's College London Professor Christopher Dandeker, Co-Director of King's Centre for Military Health Research Dr Helen McCartney, Senior Lecturer in Defence Studies, King's College London Dr Laura Goodwin, Lecturer in Epidemiology, King's College London Bobby Duffy, Managing Director of Ipsos MORI's Social Research Institute and Visiting Senior Research Fellow, King's College London
The X Factor 2009 - Jamie Archer - Auditions 2 (itv.com/xfactor)
 
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The X Factor 2009: Jamie Archer AKA Jamie Afro has never had his chance to break into music, despite it being a lifelong dream. Will he get that chance today? See more at http://www.itv.com/xfactor
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Wasim Akram playing in Wheel Chair PIA academy
 
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Wasim Akram visit to PIA Cricket academy in Karachi in 2011.
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Labour Party Annual Conference 2018: Wednesday Morning
 
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Watch Labour's Annual Conference LIVE from Liverpool! Catch all the action right here, including debates and speeches. If you want to join in the conversation, head over to Twitter and tweet with #Lab18
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NHS - Healthcare for London
 
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In September 2009, the Barkantine Polyclinic located in Tower Hamlets, played host to a polyclinics workshop for 20 young people from across London. The purpose of the workshop was to enable young people to learn about what health services polyclinics deliver, and listen to their views and ideas about how health services in general could better meet the needs of young people. The emphasis of this film is to demonstrate the benefits of engaging young people's views on health services.
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short film : azher at the dentist
 
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short film by college of dentistry students / AlQadisya University name of the film : azher at the dentist directed by : laith alazawi written by : ameer G.H set the resolution on 1080p and enjoy :)
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Inaugural Professorial Lecture: Laurence Lovat, Professor of Gastroenterology & Biophotonics
 
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“A Brighter Future for Oesophageal Cancer” Inaugural Professorial Lecture: Laurence Lovat, Professor of Gastroenterology & Biophotonics Monday 4th July 2016 Chair: Professor Mark Emberton, Dean, UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences This is the live recording of Professor Lovat’s inaugural lecture, in which he talked about his research successes (and failures), his ambitions, and some lessons he learned along the way.
Hammersmith & Fulham Summer 2015 Video
 
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Every school holiday Let Me Play put on a wide variety of sports and activities for 11-19year olds across the London borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. All activities are free to attend. See www.letmeplay.co.uk/free
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Yelawolf - Daddy's Lambo
 
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Sign up for updates: http://smarturl.it/Yelawolf.News Music video by Yelawolf performing Daddy's Lambo. (C) 2011 DGC Records Best of Yelawolf: https://goo.gl/vy7NZQ Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/ynkVDL
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Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone Ribbon-Cutting
 
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Ken Langone, board chair, Dr. Robert I. Grossman, Saul J. Farber Dean and CEO, and members of the Hassenfeld family and NYU Langone Health community celebrate Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital, New York City’s first new children’s hospital in more than 15 years. With single-bedded inpatient rooms, emerging technologies, and a family-centered culture fostered by the Sala Institute for Child and Family Centered Care, Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital is reshaping children’s healthcare in New York City and the entire country. Learn more about the ribbon-cutting: https://nyulangone.org/give/events/hassenfeld-children-s-hospital-ribbon-cutting Learn more about Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone: https://nyulangone.org/locations/hassenfeld-childrens-hospital
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Ethical Social & Scientific Issues in Tropical Medicine Research
 
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Prof Sisira Siribaddana - Professor of Medicine & Chair, Dean Faculty of Medicine, Rajarata University Sri Lanka About the presenter: Prof Siribaddana is the founding professor of (internal) medicine at Rajarata university and specialist in general internal medicine. His initial research was in diabetes and twin research. Currently he is involved in research in Ethics of clinical trials, toxic agricultural nephropathy, snake bite, infections, body image & obesity, and fever & metabolic syndrome. He chairs the IRB of the University. About the talk: Investigator initiated pragmatic clinical trials rather than explanatory clinical trials are needed. Collaborative trials should give something back to the community. Let's collaborate on science, but on social and cultural aspects of health, local voices and agenda should have priority. There may be no uniform local voice, but the country's interest is imperative. Capacity building driven from a western perspective may fail. Health needs are sometimes served better by traditional medicine. www.theglobalhealthnetwork.org and https://globalhealthtrials.tghn.org/elearning/e-seminars-new/
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Integration of palliative care into public health and cancer care: a vision for the future
 
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Integration of palliative care into public health and cancer care: a vision for the future Stein Kaasa is Professor of Palliative Medicine at the Institute of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim (NTNU). His main research interests are: basic research in assessment and classification of symptoms and subjective health; experimental and descriptive clinical studies in palliative medicine and cancer research; pain treatment including translational research on opioids and on cachexia. The Cicely Saunders Institute Annual Lecture 2014 Professor Kaasa is Chair of the European Palliative Care Research Centre (PRC), the European Association for Palliative Care Research Network (EAPC RN), the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) task force on cancer pain, and principal investigator of the European Palliative Care Research Collaborative (EPCRC). He is also National Cancer Director at the Norwegian Directorate for Health. Professor Kaasa has published more than 300 articles and book chapters. He authored the Nordic Textbook of Palliative Care and co-authored the Oxford Textbook of Palliative Medicine. He also advises many international journals -- either as an advisory board member or as a reviewer. Cicely Saunders Institute: http://www.csi.kcl.ac.uk 𝐃𝐎𝐍𝐀𝐓𝐈𝐎𝐍𝐒 To continue the legacy of Dame Cicely our charity depends entirely on charitable donations. You can support us in a range of ways: http://cicelysaundersinternational.org/ways-to-support/ 𝐒𝐓𝐔𝐃𝐘 𝐖𝐈𝐓𝐇 𝐔𝐒 : King's College London, Cicely Saunders institute, Department of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation offers Postgraduate programmes: ●Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma, MSc and PhD in palliative care: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/lsm/research/div... Contact: MSc administrator +44 207 848 5435/ mscpallcare@kcl.ac.uk ●E-learning: Developing & Evaluating Complex Interventions (MORECare Statement) is also available: http://www.tinyurl.com/MORECarecourse
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Translational Research Institute History
 
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The Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes (TRI) is a joint venture between Florida Hospital and Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute. The 54,000 square-foot translational research facility is located in Florida Hospital's Health Village in Orlando and is scheduled to open in early 2012. Here is an insider's look at what happens at the TRI.
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5 IMPORTANT HEALTH TIPS FOR KIDS
 
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Good health is not an overnight achievement. It is the outcome of good habits that one follows since early ages or childhood. It is crucial to habit children the importance of eating healthy as early as possible. it is important to make them aware of a healthy diet and the different kinds of essential nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins, good fats, vitamins, minerals - that are required for the body. here are some everyday food habits that children should start following. 1-EVERYDAY BREAKFAST For children, since it is the time for their growth and development, skipping breakfast, can hamper their health a lots. According to a study done by King's College London, children who skip breakfast putting themselves at risk of malnutrition. As per the findings, children who didn't skip their breakfast were found to have higher daily intakes of key nutrients. 2- Fatty Snacks Should be avoid Everyday Children love snacks. As parents, it's important to plan health snacking options for the kids throughout the week. Diets rich in fat protein known as reelin which help synapses in the brain to work properly. According to a study done by Swiss researchers, low levels of reelin hampers behavioural flexibility and memory, putting kids at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer's disease in later life. 3- The Dark Side of Sugar All children love candies, bubble gums, ice creams and lollies. sugar is responsible for deadly lifestyle diseases like diabetes. its better, reserve sweet treats for children for special days or weekends. 4- Eating Greens greens are essential for the growth and development of children as well as the well-being of adults. There are so many interesting ways you can spruce them up to make kids love them, such as tikkis, wraps, sandwiches, baked wafers, salads. 5-Loving Fruits All fruits contain a range of nutrients that are beneficial for the body in various ways. They are the perfect sources to get one's daily dose of minerals and vitamins. Fruits should be included in children's diet to make them reap their benefits.
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Zumba Gold - Sha Boom   Fifties
 
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My mom suggested this song. It is a fun fifties tune from The Crew Cuts. Her and I made up the choreography. It is a favorite of the class!
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The Brain and the Mind - Discussion 6 of 6: You Must Remember this
 
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www.thebrainandthemind.co.uk Throughout the last two decades research on memory has played an important part in neuroscientific investigations of learning as well as disorder. Meanwhile writers and artists have long contended that memory and imagination are part and parcel of the same fabric. How has neuroscience been informed by artists' understanding and vice versa? Do specific spatial, verbal or musical effects structure the workings of memory? Professor of psychiatry, Michael Kopelman works on memory disorders, from dementia to amnesia to confabulation. Steven Rose has written widely on the neuroscience of memory. Charismatic tenor, Ian Bostridge approaches remembering through music, lyric and voice, while Director Simon McBurney of Complicite Theatre considers the elements of their production of Mnemonic. Together with chair, Lisa Appignanesi, author of The Memory Man, they tease out the workings of memory. Thursday 28 March 2013 at 6.30 Edmond J. Safra Lecture Theatre, Strand Campus, King's College London
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The changing function of MDT meetings
 
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Martin Gore, PhD, MD, from the Royal Marsden, London, UK explains how the function of multidisciplinary team (MDT) meetings has changed. They were introduced to ensure all patients with cancer within a geographic region were treated within standards of care. The function of MDT meetings has since evolved. For example, being used for the discussion of cases where patients cannot be treated exactly to standards of care, or for difficult cases where treatment decisions may benefit from MDT discussion. Additional benefits to MDT meetings include collection of data on outcome and standards of care. They also form an opportunity for the team to meet face to face outside clinic, giving binding benefits, and allowing for managerial, academic, or teaching-related agendas to be met. Recorded at the 2016 Annual Conference of the UK Oncology Nursing Society (UKONS), held in Brighton, UK.
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Co-ordinated care in the Sandwell Integrated Mental Health and Wellbeing Service
 
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The team at Sandwell Integrated Primary Care Mental Health and Wellbeing Service, explain their approach to co-ordinated care. The service uses care co-ordinators who work with individuals with a range of complex needs, such as those with severe mental illness, to help them navigate and access a wide variety of primary care-based mental health and wellbeing services that support their needs.
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Panel Discussion: Secularism in Pakistan
 
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Panel Discussion on Secularism in Pakistan. Discussants: Chair: Dr Srinath Raghavan Dr Humeira Iqtidar Professor Christophe Jaffrelot Professor Anatol Lieven
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ManpowerGroup: Era do Potencial Humano 2.0 - Forças Futuras no Mundo do Trabalho
 
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Jonas Prising, Chairman & CEO, ManpowerGroup
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Integrating mental and physical healthcare | Professor Sir Simon Wessely
 
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Our healthcare systems need to overcome the barrier of perceiving mind and body as separate from each other and treat the person as a whole in order to improve clinical outcomes. This talk is given by Professor Sir Simon Wessely FMedSci, Chair of Psychological Medicine, King’s College London and President, Royal College of Psychiatrists. He uses his work in psychiatry to demonstrate how improving the recognition and treatment of mental illness in patients can improve physical outcomes, for example in diabetes. Under-diagnosis and under-treatment of physical illness in mental health patients is a significant concern for the NHS, and there is still great room for improvement in integrating mental and physical healthcare. This talk is part of the Academy of Medical Sciences' 2016 FORUM Annual Lecture, held on Wednesday 6 April. Read the report about the 2016 FORUM annual lecture, ‘Breaking down the barriers between research and practice to improve productivity in the NHS': https://acmedsci.ac.uk/more/events/forum-annual-lecture-2016 Watch other talks from the Academy of Medical Sciences' FORUM programme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmnRrmaCqe8&list=PL4ripzZbfIsweJGzFJQn7cU5N93kQMWZ0 This discussion was part of the 2016 FORUM Annual Lecture, held on Wednesday 6 April 2016. Find out more about the Academy of Medical Sciences' FORUM, which links academia, industry and the NHS, here: http://acmedsci.ac.uk/policy/forum We are the independent body in the UK representing the diversity of medical science. Our mission is to advance biomedical and health research and its translation into benefits for society. Find the Academy of Medical Sciences online: Website: http://acmedsci.ac.uk/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/AcMedSci Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/acmedsci Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/acmedsci/
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London Health Commission: Theme B:   Ms Emily Holzhausen, Mr Roy Lilley, Ms Susan Edgman Levitan
 
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The London Health Commission is an independent inquiry established in September 2013 by the Mayor of London. The Commission is chaired by Professor the Lord Darzi and reports directly to the Mayor. The Commission is examining how London's health and healthcare can be improved for the benefit of the population. As part of the Call for Evidence we held four successful evidence hearing sessions in public on 20 and 27 January 2014. These sessions featured a range of expert figures from the UK and abroad giving evidence to a panel of Commission members, chaired by Lord Darzi. Evidence was given in four broad themes: A - Improving the quality and integration of care - Right Honourable Stephen Dorrell MP, Chair, Health Select Committee - Dr Shelley Dolan, Chief Nurse, The Royal Marsden Hospital - Dr Geraldine Walters, Director of Nursing and Midwifery, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - Professor Tony Rudd, Professor of Stroke Medicine, Consultant Stroke Physician, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust / King's College London - Mr David Palmer, Chief Executive, MIND in Bexley - Mr Daniel Cartwright, Chief Executive, MIND in Brent - Ms Carol Fenton, General Manager, London, Anglia & South East region, Macmillan - Professor Tom Lee, Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management, Harvard School of Public Health - Dr Michelle Drage, Chief Executive, London-wide Local Medical Committees - Dr Onkar Sahota, GP and Assembly Member for Ealing and Hillingdon - Dr Nav Chana, Dean of General Practice and Community Based Education, London Deanery - Ms Merav Dover, Chief Officer, Southwark and Lambeth Integrated Care - Mr Daniel Elkeles, Chief Officer, CWHHE Clinical Commissioning Groups Collaborative B - Enabling high quality and integrated care delivery - Ms Candace Imison, Deputy Director of Policy, King's Fund - Mr Richard Blakeway, Deputy Mayor for Housing, Land and Property, Greater London Authority - Mr Simon Holden, Chief Executive, NHS Property Services - Mr Tony Griffiths, London Regional Director, NHS Property Services - Mr Tim Kelsey, National Director of Patients and Information, NHS England - Dr Julia Riley, Palliative Care Consultant at the Royal Marsden & Royal Brompton Palliative Care Service - Dr Paul Wicks, Vice President of Innovation, Patientslikeme - Professor Paul Corrigan, Independent Management Consultant - Ms Emily Holzhausen, Director of Policy and Public Affairs, Carers UK - Mr Roy Lilley, Chair, People's Inquiry London - Ms Susan Edgman-Levitan, Executive Director, Stoeckle Centre for Primary Care Innovation, Massachusetts - Ms Catherine Davies, Executive Director of Cooperation and Competition, Monitor - Mr George Fielding, Chair of Kidz Board, Whizz-kidz C - Healthy lives and reducing health inequalities - Mr Henry Dimbleby, Founder of Leon Restaurants - Mr Gareth Jones, Vice President and General Manager, Fitbit - Baroness Sally Greengross - Ms Camila Batmanghelidjh, Founder and Director of Kids Company - Ms Poppy Jaman, Chief Executive Officer, Mental Health First Aid England - Ms Sheila Mitchell, Marketing Director, Public Health England - Sir Peter Hendy, Commissioner, Transport for London - Professor Sir Liam Donaldson, Chair in Health Policy, Imperial College London - Dr Agis Tsouros, Director of Division, Policy and Governance for Health and Wellbeing, World Health Organisation - Dr Jo Ivey Boufford, President, The New York Academy of Medicine D - Health economy, research and education - Dr Bina Rawal, Research, Medical and Innovation Director at The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry - Dr Eliot Forster, Interim Chief Executive, MedCity and CEO of Creabilis - Dr Robert Winter, Managing Director, Eastern Academic Health Science Network - Professor Gary Ford, Chief Executive, Oxford Academic Health Science Network - Mr Kit Malthouse, Deputy Mayor for Business and Enterprise, Greater London Authority - Ms Mairi Johnson, Executive Director, Healthbox Europe - Professor Sir John Tooke, Vice Provost (Health) at University College London and Academic Director at UCL Partners - Sir Richard Sykes, Chairman of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Full details of these sessions, including transcripts, are available on our website: www.london.gov.uk/london-health-commission
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NBA Cares Thanksgiving
 
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The NBA family spreads Thanksgiving cheer in the community.
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2010-08-18 Avandia-VO.mov
 
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Attention diabetics. Avandia has been linked to heart attacks, congestive heart, failure, and death. Visit our website http://www.robertdebry.com or our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/RobertDeBry for more info.
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Dan Balan - Chica Bomb Official Video HD Hype Williams
 
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Join us on Spinnin' Facebook: ‪http://facebook.com/spinninrecords‬ Follow us on Twitter: ‪http://twitter.com/spinninrecords‬ Check out our playlists on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/HysteriaRec Join us on G+ : ‪http://gplus.to/spinninrecords‬ Spinnin' Records presents Dan Balan - Chica Bomb Official Video HD Directed by Hype Williams --- The Spinnin’ Records YouTube channel is the home for all music videos of the world’s leading dance record label! We feature the latest music videos by Spinnin’ artists like Oliver Heldens, Sam Feldt, KSHMR, Ummet Ozcan, Blasterjaxx, Merk & Kremont, Timmy Trumpet, Tujamo, Alok, Curbi, Mike Williams, Lucas & Steve and many, many more! Expect daily uploads of official music videos, lyric videos and artwork videos across genres like dance, house, electro house, future house, deep house, big room and trap. Make sure to subscribe to Spinnin' Records: http://bit.do/spinnintv ..and turn on notifications to stay updated with all new uploads!🔔 Follow Spinnin’ Records: https://open.spotify.com/user/spinninrecordsofficial https://soundcloud.com/spinninrecords https://facebook.com/SpinninRecords https://instagram.com/spinninrecords https://twitter.com/SpinninRecords https://spinninrecords.com
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