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What is Cancer?

What is Cancer?

Cancer is the ultimate expiration date for biological life. But what is it? How does it occur? Is there anything we can do about it? Let's take a brief look at this incredibly complex issue.

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What is Cancer?

What is Cancer?

Cancer causes, cancer cures, cancer symptoms and more will be talked about in this simple explanation of cancer. Environmental factors are the main cause, but some people are just unlucky. Keep yourself healthy, and the precancerous cells are much less likely to form into deadly cancer cells.

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Animated Introduction to Cancer Biology

Animated Introduction to Cancer Biology

An animation/video teaching the basics of how cancer forms and spreads. Topics include: mutation, tumor suppressors, oncogenes, angiogenesis, apoptosis, metastasis and drug resistance.

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Cancer: Unregulated Cell Division

Cancer: Unregulated Cell Division

Have you ever wondered how cancer grows? Take a close look at the cancer cell division in this realistic 3D animation. Compare and contrast healthy animal cell division to unregulated cancer cell division side-by-side for a deeper understanding of cancer tumor growth.

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Immune to Cancer | Michael Jensen

Immune to Cancer | Michael Jensen

What if the future of cancer treatment lies not with stronger drugs and larger doses of radiation that kill cells indiscriminately, but instead harnesses the power of our immune system to destroy cancer cells in our own body? Dr. Michael Jensen shares details of an FDA approved cancer treatment with a 91% cure-rate.

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How does cancer spread through the body? - Ivan Seah Yu Jun

How does cancer spread through the body? - Ivan Seah Yu Jun

Cancer usually begins with one tumor in a specific area of the body. But if the tumor is not removed, cancer has the ability to spread to nearby organs as well as places far away from the origin, like the brain. How does cancer move to these new areas and why are some organs more likely to get infected than others? Ivan Seah Yu Jun explains the three common routes of metastasis.

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What is dementia? Alzheimer's Research UK

What is dementia? Alzheimer's Research UK

Which diseases cause dementia? How do they affect the brain? What symptoms do they lead to? Voiced by Game of Thrones star Iwan Rheon, this short introduction explains the essentials of a condition affecting 850,000 people across the UK today.

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Living well with dementia:  Alzheimer's Society

Living well with dementia: Alzheimer's Society

This film from The dementia guide looks at the changes that might need to be introduced to live as well as possible with dementia. Contents include having a positive outlook, coping with memory loss, keeping safe at home and being active and staying healthy. People living with dementia and Alice Moody, Occupational Therapist, discuss life after a diagnosis.

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'Together Again' - Dementia UK

'Together Again' - Dementia UK

We know that dementia can be a frightening and lonely place. And dementia doesn’t just affect the person with the diagnosis – spouses or partners, and surrounding family and friends are all impacted too.

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What you can do to prevent Alzheimer's.

What you can do to prevent Alzheimer's.

Alzheimer's doesn't have to be your brain's destiny, says neuroscientist and author of "Still Alice," Lisa Genova. She shares the latest science investigating the disease -- and some promising research on what each of us can do to build an Alzheimer's-resistant brain.

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The fight against Alzheimer’s and Dementia

The fight against Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Alzheimer’s and dementia are a heart-breaking reality for millions across the world. Find out what inventors and scientists on the cutting edge of medical research are doing to combat this neurological puzzle.

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World Health Organisation - I had a black dog, his name was depression

World Health Organisation - I had a black dog, his name was depression

At its worst, depression can be a frightening, debilitating condition. Millions of people around the world live with depression. Many of these individuals and their families are afraid to talk about their struggles, and don't know where to turn for help. However, depression is largely preventable and treatable. Recognizing depression and seeking help is the first and most critical towards recovery.

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World Health Organisation - Living with a black dog

World Health Organisation - Living with a black dog

Millions of people around the world live with depression. “Living with a black dog” is a guide for partners, carers and sufferers of depression. It advises those living with and caring for people with depression on what to do, what not to do, and where to go for help.

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From surviving to thriving: building a mentally healthier Britain

From surviving to thriving: building a mentally healthier Britain

While we're becoming physically healthier as a society, our mental health is not improving. By 2030, depression will be the leading cause of illness on the planet. We need to act and build a mentally healthier society. Too few of us are merely surviving. We want to enable people to thrive.

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How to relax | 8 relaxation tips for your mental health

How to relax | 8 relaxation tips for your mental health

Exploring relaxation can help you look after your wellbeing when you’re feeling stressed or busy. Have a look at these tips and ideas to see how relaxation can fit into your daily life. Don’t worry if some ideas don’t work for you – just enjoy the ones that do.

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The Science of Depression -  ASAPSCIENCE

The Science of Depression - ASAPSCIENCE

What exactly is going on inside of a depressed person? We look at the scientific basis for depression, and shed light on the fact that it is a disease with biological, psychological, and social implications.

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Two heads are better than one | Heads Together | #oktosay

Two heads are better than one | Heads Together | #oktosay

Whether it's with a friend or someone in your family, your colleague or manager, your teacher or sports coach, GP or councellor, having a conversation about your mental health can be a great help. So if you're struggling, or not feeling quite right, reach out to someone today and have your conversation.

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The power of talking | Heads Together | #oktosay

The power of talking | Heads Together | #oktosay

Looking at the power of conversation and the difference opening up about your mental health can make. It's so important for us to know and let our friends, family, and colleagues know, that it is #oktosay when it comes to mental health.

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Why I train grandmothers to treat depression - Dixon Chibanda

Why I train grandmothers to treat depression - Dixon Chibanda

Dixon Chibanda is one of 12 psychiatrists in Zimbabwe -- for a population of more than 16 million. Realizing that his country would never be able to scale traditional methods of treating those with mental health issues, Chibanda helped to develop a beautiful solution powered by a limitless resource: grandmothers. In this extraordinary, inspirational talk, learn more about the friendship bench program, which trains grandmothers in evidence-based talk therapy and brings care, and hope, to those in need.

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What is diabetes? | Diabetes UK

What is diabetes? | Diabetes UK

3.7 million people have been diagnosed with diabetes in the UK, but a lot of people still don't know what diabetes is. Diabetes is a serious, lifelong condition where your blood glucose level is too high.

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How to make stress your friend - Kelly McGonigal

How to make stress your friend - Kelly McGonigal

Stress. It makes your heart pound, your breathing quicken and your forehead sweat. But while stress has been made into a public health enemy, new research suggests that stress may only be bad for you if you believe that to be the case. Psychologist Kelly McGonigal urges us to see stress as a positive, and introduces us to an unsung mechanism for stress reduction: reaching out to others.

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What happens during a heart attack? - Krishna Sudh

What happens during a heart attack? - Krishna Sudh

Approximately seven million people around the world die from heart attacks every year. And cardiovascular disease, which causes heart attacks and other problems like strokes, is the world’s leading killer. So what causes a heart attack?

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