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Chad's (Pete Davidson) doctor (Jessica Chastain) admits she's fallen in love with him. #SNL #SNL43 Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-liv... Like SNL: https://www.facebook.com/snl Follow SNL: https://twitter.com/nbcsnl SNL Tumblr: http://nbcsnl.tumblr.com/ SNL Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbcsnl SNL Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nbcsnl/
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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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.
At CHaD, we understand that medical procedures can be scary and stressful for children. We take extra care to learn each child's needs and worries, and customize care accordingly. For more information about the PainFree program at CHaD, please visit http://chad.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/painfree
Chad has Muscular Dystrophy. He has battled this lethal condition all his life. Pills could not relieve the suffering he endured from this rare form of MD, Scapular Peroneal Congenital Myopathy type 1 predominance. When he obtained medical grade cannabis, it changed his life. From that time on, he no longer needed an imperfect treatment with its many side effects. Natural cannabis provided all the medicinal benefit he needed. Cannabis Patient Network http://cannabispatientnetwork.org To become a part of our international network, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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)
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https://www.facebook.com/PlantofRenown http://www.plantofrenown.com/ Chad has Muscular Dystrophy. He has battled this lethal condition all his life. Pills could not relieve the suffering he endured from this rare form of MD, Scapular Peroneal Congenital Myopathy type 1 predominance. When he obtained medical grade cannabis, it changed his life. From that time on, he no longer needed an imperfect treatment with its many side effects. Natural cannabis provided all the medicinal benefit he needed.
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
Learn why Chad Jukes chooses Boa as his prosthesis for any adventure.
My name’s Chad Smith. I’m an orthopedic surgeon with additional training and sports medicine. I’m interested in orthopedics through my love of sports. Actually when I was younger I thought that orthopedics was simply sports medicine, but as I learn more about the field I was more and more interested and able to pursue that as my career. One of the things I think is very important is to make sure you really listen to the patient. We're not treating an x-ray or MRI, you’re treating the whole patient. So when you carefully listen to the patient and get a feel for all their concerns it leads to better patient experience and better outcomes. One of things I really enjoyed over the past couple years in practice has been the relationships that I’ve developed with my patients their families. It’s ...
Chad Priest talks about his perspective as a healthcare provider in multiple professions: as a military nurse, a healthcare lawyer, university faculty member and most recently as the CEO of a non-profit crisis management organization. Through these experiences, he has come to believe that in order to create health you have to mix it up. Mix up the professions and the interactions. Priest is a dad, a husband, a nurse, an attorney, an Air Force veteran and the CEO of the MESH Coalition, an emergency management organization. But if you ask him, he'll just tell you he's a healthcare provider on a mission to change the way we think about healthcare and who provides it. To create health, we must mix it up: crossing professions and cross-pollinating solutions that lead to breakthrough thinking. ...
Patients, families and staff from the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) celebrated Halloween by trick-or-treating through the inpatient units at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. According to CHaD Child-Life Specialist Jessica Laperle, CCLS, this more than 30-year annual event “allows staff to come together with patients, for patients to come together with each other and lets families remember all of the fun stuff that happens outside of these walls, which is easy to forget when you are here. Halloween is a special time at CHaD. It is a time for us to celebrate with the entire hospital. Everyone is smiling, having fun, enjoying being here and being together, and highlighting who we are as a community,”
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