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https://youtu.be/y9OhkwaMgOM Dr. Stuart Richard is Chief of optometry and James Lovell health center in northern Chicago — PhD in human physiology and biophysics from Chicago Medical School — associate professor of family and preventive medicine at Chicago Medical School, Illinois...

https://youtu.be/uXUf9InncoI Dr. Davey is a professor at Western University. He is an expert on ocular nutrition and lectures internationally on the health benefits of carotenoids. He is also the Vice President of the Ocular Wellness and Nutrition Society.
High blood pressure remains a major health issue worldwide, with profound-and often silent-multisystem effects. Systemic hypertension (HTN) is a common health problem—affecting more than 800 million people worldwide—that often remains asymptomatic until late in the disease course. It is a major...

https://youtu.be/2ChT_GiEAbU Dr. Shanhong Lu is an Internist who specializes in environmental medicine. She has been practicing for over 20 years and lectures extensively across the country. She is also the medical director at Orenda Integrative Medicine in Mt. Shasta, California.

https://youtu.be/76DMwrEbHxI Topics covered include: Insulin resistance and energy toxicity, fat and its ability to supply energy, comprehending metabolic syndrome, the significant role of the cell’s mitochondria, and the importance of understanding the hunter-gatherer ideology when shaping your diet.

https://youtu.be/5mJ28V1mg7Q Dr. Tran and Dr. Dornbos are members of the Vivid Vision group. Vivid Vision uses virtual reality headsets like the Rift, HTC Vive, Samsung GearVR, and Google Daydream to treat binocular vision issues like amblyopia, strabismus, and vergence disorders.

https://youtu.be/j3uZLIdsY-E Dr. Tom Lewis — a medical scientist, has a PhD, from MIT and Harvard, public health -- Expert in Alzheimer's, neuroscience-generative disease. Topics covered include: The importance of reducing your body’s engagement with toxicity, the three disease mechanism hypothesis, how...
A patient calls in the evening in pain. The OD says to come in the next day or if the pain persists, go to the ER. The next day, after an ER visit, the patient will not return to...

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When flu-like symptoms and subretinal inflammation occur concurrently, think APMPPE. Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy (APMPPE) is an immune-mediated chorioretinal disease. Here’s what you need to know about its neurological and other systemic manifestations. Carlo J. Pelino,...
An adult patient's first visit led to begging her to be dilated. Then there is a discovery, but is it something simple or more complex. At what point does it need to be referred out? Read & Comment on ODs...
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