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Universal healthcare is among the United Nations' sustainable development goals, but in eastern Chad, healthcare is a luxury. Many locals travel long distances to access basic medical treatment. CCTV's Peninah Karibe takes up that story for us.
Chad Everett, the veteran actor best known for starring in the 1960s TV series Medical Center, died Tuesday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 76. Per published reports, Everett lost a year-and-a-half-long battle with lung cancer. Over a career that spanned five decades, the blue-eyed thespian appeared in a slew of film and TV productions, playing everything from gunslingers and detectives to airline pilots and lawyers.But his most notable role came on the small screen as Dr. Joe Gannon in the pioneering series Medical Center. Airing on CBS from 1969 to 1976, it was among the longest-running medical dramas for its time, tying the run of Marcus Welby M.D., and nabbing Everett two Golden Globe Awards. After Medical Center was canceled, he starred in the 1978 epic miniseries Centennial. Evere...
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The landlocked African nation of Chad has more than 200 ethnic groups and 120 different languages and dialects. The north is dominated by the Sahara and occupied by Muslims, while the south is lush, tropical, and mainly occupied by Christians and animists. The nation has been ripped apart by civil war, and 80% of the population lives below the poverty line. Medical care and services are greatly lacking in this Central African nation, and with the prevalence of HIV/AIDS, the Republic of Chad has the fifth highest death rate in the world. Three decades of civil war plagued the nation after France withdrew its holdings in 1960. Flawed presidential elections were held, and rebellions became commonplace. The government, as is common in Africa, is known for its high levels of corruption. A Musl...
2009-03-30 CHAD ski benefit.
You can make a donation to support the kids of CHaD at http://bit.ly/1rsID50 Children and staff gather for an inspiring cover of "Roar" by Katy Perry at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Learn more about CHaD Hero at: http://chadhero.org and http://www.chadkids.org. Produced by: sublime eye (http://sublimeeye.com) Red J Media Productions (http://redjmediadesign.com) CHaD Hero is the premier annual fundraiser for CHaD and is sponsored by PositiveTracks (http://positivetracks.org)
At 39 years old, Chad Plein thought he had time to correct his diet and exercise habits. But just before Christmas, he suffered a heart attack. Thanks to quick action by his wife and the medical team at CoxHealth, Chad is on the road to recovery.
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Chad Mirkin, Ph.D., the 2012 winner of the American Chemical Society's Award for Creative Invention, is no stranger to the value of gold, but not in the traditional sense. Working in the nano scale, Mirkin uses gold particles to create promising new medical diagnostic tools that could lead to future cancer treatments and ways to track and treat diseases at earlier stages. Mirkin and his team discovered a method in which DNA strands are tacked onto the surface of gold nanoparticles creating spherical DNA structures that have exceptionally unique properties. Unlike linear DNA, these structures can penetrate deep into cells, allowing them to flip genetic switches at the root of certain diseases or mutations. Mirkin is well known for his work on the Verigene System, which can provide patient...
https://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=1646 Meet Chad Glen, a Graduate Student in the Kemp Laboratory at Georgia Tech. Chad's research involves cell-to-cell communication and contributes to finding the 'rules' that govern communication within tissues. To learn more about Chad, visit https://www.labtv.com/Home/Profile?researcherId=1646
For more about brain and spine care at Ohio State, visit http://wexnermedical.osu.edu/patient-care/healthcare-services/brain-spine-neuro. Ohio State neurologist, Dr. Chad Hoyle, specializes in general neurologic disorders, neuromuscular disorders and performing EMG procedures.