Alagai Augusten
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Welcome to That Bio Doc's series on Human Nutrition! In this video TBD will introduce you to several concepts that are important to the field of nutrition. Learn the difference between macronutrients and micronutrients, the difference between vitamins and minerals, what factors contribute to the foods we eat, and what you should consider when determining whether or not you have a healthy diet.

Alagai Augusten
4 Views · 19 hours ago

In this video, That Bio Doc discusses why drinking enough water is so important and why sports drinks such as Gatorade contain electrolytes. Learn why its your kidneys that help decide when you are thirsty and which part of your brain convinces you to drink water in response to that sensation. And, learn what water intoxication is and why it can be deadly.

Alagai Augusten
3 Views · 19 hours ago

That Bio Doc discusses what your body does with the food you eat. What conditions would cause your body to store nutrients for later? What conditions make your body access existing energy stores? What factors play a role in your body's decision? All of these questions and more are answered in this video about Energy Balance.

Alagai Augusten
4 Views · 19 hours ago

In this video, That Bio Doc discusses how your body digests and absorbs carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids. Follow the path of your food through the digestive tract and learn how your body breaks it down to release the nutrients your need and how it absorbs and distributes them throughout your body.

Alagai Augusten
3 Views · 19 hours ago

In this video, That Bio Doc discusses how your body metabolizes alcohol as well as the positive and negative effects associated with alcohol consumption. Tune in to find out why long-term abuse of alcohol is so harmful, why the overconsumption of alcohol leads to hangovers, and why you definitely shouldn't use Tylenol to cure the symptoms of a hangover.

Alagai Augusten
4 Views · 19 hours ago

In this video, That Bio Doc discuss the importance of vitamins to our health. Learn the sources of vitamins, how they are absorbed, and what roles they play in our bodies.

Alagai Augusten
3 Views · 19 hours ago

In this video, That Bio Doc discusses a group of inorganic micronutrients known as minerals. Although they are needed in relatively small (mg) quantities, they are nevertheless essential for your body's health.

Alagai Augusten
3 Views · 19 hours ago

Our bodies change as we grow and develop and accordingly our nutritional needs changes as well. The nutritional needs of an infant are significantly different from that of a pre-teen, just as the traditional needs of a pre-teen are different from a person in middle age. In this video That Bio Doc discusses how our nutritional needs change throughout our lifespan.

Alagai Augusten
4 Views · 19 hours ago

Food contains vital nutrients we need to survive. But food may also contain harmful pathogens and toxins that can make us very ill. In this video, That Bio Doc discusses how to store, handle, and prepare food safely, as well as the harmful things that can be found in our food.

Alagai Augusten
3 Views · 19 hours ago

In this video, ThatBioDoc discusses the different types of immunity that can protect us from infectious diseases. In this video, you will learn about the differences between active and passive immunity, as well as natural and artificial immunity. TBD also discusses how vaccines work, including those developed to protect us against COVID-19. This is an undated video designed to replace the older video with a similar name.

Landus Mumbere Expedito
42 Views · 3 months ago

Key Highlights:

Awareness Building: Explore the prevalence of mental health challenges in educational settings and grasp their profound impact on students' well-being and academic performance.

Practical Strategies: Discover actionable strategies to cultivate a supportive and inclusive classroom environment. Gain insights into early intervention tools and effective communication methods that can positively influence your students' mental health.

Resource Exploration: Familiarize yourself with the wealth of mental health resources available within schools and communities. Learn how collaboration between teachers, spiritual nourishers, and counselors can create a robust support network.

Mpatswe Francis
14 Views · 4 months ago

UCI PubHlth 1: Principles of Public Health (Fall 2012).
Lec 01. Principles of Public Health -- Introduction to the Course --
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Instructor: Zuzana Bic, Ph.D.

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Description: Introduces the major concepts and principles of public health and the determinants of health status in communities. Emphasizes the ecological model that focuses on the linkages and relationships among multiple natural and social determinants affecting health. Course may be offered online.

Recorded on September 27, 2012.

Required attribution: Bic, Zuzana. Principles of Public Health 1 (UCI OpenCourseWare: University of California, Irvine), [Access date]. License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License. (

Adea Silax
24 Views · 7 months ago

#history #science #lobotomy

Learn while you're at home with Plainly Difficult!

A lobotomy, or leucotomy as it was originally known, was a form of psychosurgery, a neurosurgical treatment of a mental disorder that involves severing connections in the brain's prefrontal cortex.

The Barbaric surgery left many a shell of their former selves, and marks a dark point in mental health treatment.

Al though originally conceived in Portugal by Doctor Egas Moniz in the 1940s It would continue well into the 1960s under the hands of Walter freeman in the US.

The surgery would win Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine of 1949 for the "discovery of the therapeutic value of leucotomy in certain psychoses".

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