Health & Medicine Videos
May 29, 2016

Reuters - News Video Online (May 27, 2016) — A U.S. government study found low incidences of heart and brain tumors in male rats exposed daily to radio frequencies given off by cellphones. Fred Katayama reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

AP (May 27, 2016) — For the first time, a U.S. patient has been discovered to be infected with bacteria resistant to an antibiotic used as a last resort treatment, scientists said Thursday. (May 27) Video provided by AP ... watch video

Newsy (May 27, 2016) — RevMedx, the maker of XStat, say the hemostatic device was recently used on the battlefield to stop a patient's bleeding in a matter of seconds. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (May 27, 2016) — Henry Heimlich shared his anti-choking technique with the world in 1974, but he'd never had to use it on someone until recently. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

AP (May 27, 2016) — A new federal cellphone study in rats, finding a slight increase in brain tumors only males, is raising long-dormant safety concerns. (May 27) Video provided by AP ... watch video

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (May 26, 2016) — Gene editing, the new technology taking the biomedical world by storm, is posing a problem for policymakers in Europe after years of conflict over genetically modified food. Stuart McDill reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

AFP (May 26, 2016) — Syria was the most dangerous place for health care workers to operate last year, ahead of other conflict zones like the Palestinian territories, and Yemen, the World Health Organization says. Video provided by AFP ... watch video

Newsy (May 26, 2016) — The Food and Drug Administration has approved Probuphine, a treatment implanted in the arm to curb cravings for opioids. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

AP (May 26, 2016) — The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a dire warning Thursday that time is running out to prevent a massive Zika outbreak and he urged Congress to approve more federal funds for the fight. (May 26) Video provided by AP ... watch video

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (May 25, 2016) — London-based design company debuts a 3D-printed consumer wheelchair that uses a person's biometric information for a made-to-measure fit. Matthew Stock reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (May 24, 2016) — Only 15.1 percent of American adults were smokers in 2015. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (May 24, 2016) — Consumer Reports found several natural insect repellents only provided mosquito protection for 30 minutes. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

AP (May 24, 2016) — In Rio, Florida residents and mosquito control workers say they are better prepared to deal with Zika after experiencing a dengue fever outbreak in 2013. New protocols are in place based on lessons learned from dengue. (May 24) Video provided by AP ... watch video

AP (May 23, 2016) — It's the hardcore exercise trend that's getting Southern California residents in a sweat. Powerwave Battle Roping sees fitness fans using anchored 22 to 40 pound ropes - whipping, slamming, banging and thrusting them across the gym floor. (May 23) Video provided by AP ... watch video

Reuters - News Video Online (May 23, 2016) — Promises of higher salaries and greater freedom at work are luring officials from China's high-profile drugs watchdog to the companies they had regulated. As Graham Mackay reports, it comes asthe country looks to tighten oversight and drive innovation. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

AFP (May 23, 2016) — The spiralling crisis surrounding the Zika virus is due to decades of policy failures on mosquito control and poor access to family planning services, says Margaret Chan, chief of the World Health Organization. Video provided by AFP ... watch video

Reuters - US Online Video (May 23, 2016) — With an outbreak of the Zika virus expected to reach the continental United States in the coming weeks, Los Angeles is aiming to quell the number of cases by wiping out mosquito breeding sources. Vanessa Johnston reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (May 23, 2016) — The guidelines have started a fierce debate among public health workers in the U.K. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

AP (May 23, 2016) — An international movement of hospice choirs offer song as a way to provide a soothing environment to the terminally ill, their family and caregivers. (May 23) Video provided by AP ... watch video

AFP (May 22, 2016) — Text messages are helping save babies' lives in Rwanda, where Community Health Workers take care of expectant mothers in even the most remote areas, helping to bring about a significant drop in infant mortality Video provided by AFP ... watch video

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