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Healing For PEA PEA – Stop Motion Play Doh Cartoons

Healing For PEA PEA – Stop Motion Play Doh Cartoons

Pea Pea was seriously ill, his best friend on Earth wholeheartedly saved him. But healing aliens is not easy at all. Can he recover from illness?

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Medivizor Explainer Video #2

Medivizor Explainer Video #2

Fifty percent of Americans suffer from at least one chronic illness after visiting their doctor, people still want more information on their disease and how to cope with it. So, they start doing their own research, beginning most often with… Continue Reading

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Detailing Luka Doncic’s “moderate” right ankle sprain, return to play process, and re-injury risk

Detailing Luka Doncic’s “moderate” right ankle sprain, return to play process, and re-injury risk

Hey everyone – it’s Raj from 3CB Performance. Dallas Mavericks phenom and early season MVP candidate Luka Doncic suffered a “moderate” right ankle inversion sprain in the opening minutes of the Mavs game vs the Miami Heat on 12/14. In… Continue Reading

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Medivizor Original Short Explainer Video

Medivizor Original Short Explainer Video

One of the worst days in my life was when my doctor found a lump in my breast. I began my battle with prostate cancer six months ago. The surgery removed the tumor, but then I’ve undergone chemo and radiation.… Continue Reading

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Medivizor Short Explainer

Medivizor Short Explainer

If you or someone you care for is coping with illness you most likely spend time consulting Dr. Google hoping to find the latest information that may help. But with so much information out there, the results can be overwhelming,… Continue Reading

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Art and Observation: Improving Patient Care Through Medical Humanities

Art and Observation: Improving Patient Care Through Medical Humanities

“What do you see that suggests, reminds you of a conversation, is the way these two hands are.” [Susan Dodge-Peters Daiss] The five question protocol evolved over a number of years. It evolved in the medical field in response to… Continue Reading

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NIH SciBites: Restoring Sight After Eye Injuries

NIH SciBites: Restoring Sight After Eye Injuries

>>Hi my name is Mohor and I’m postdoctoral researcher at the National Institutes of Health. Our eyes have cells called neurons, which relay messages with the brain, and it helps us see. Certain kinds of diseases and injury cause these… Continue Reading

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Explaining Fabinho’s left ankle injury and return to play timeline

Explaining Fabinho’s left ankle injury and return to play timeline

Hey everyone, it’s Raj from 3CB Performance. Liverpool’s ever reliable defensive midfielder Fabinho suffered “left ankle ligament damage” on 11/27 during the team’s 1-1 draw in the Champions League group stages vs Napoli. The team’s medical staff announced that Fabinho… Continue Reading