• Otitis Media | NCLEX RN Review
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    Otitis Media | NCLEX RN Review

    Welcome to this video tutorial about otitis media, or middle ear infection. Otitis media refers to inflammation of the mucous membranes of the middle ear or eustachian tube. This area is continuous with the respiratory tract, thus allowing infection to easily ascend to the ear. Otitis media is usually caused by various types of bacteria such as E. coli and Staphylococcus aureus, but can also be caused by a virus, and is often associated with upper respiratory infections. Otitis media can occur at any age, but is most common between the ages of 3 months and 3 years old, due to the eustachian tube being more horizontal at this age.…

  • NC Sheriff’s Deputy Tripp Kester Defends Second Amendment
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    NC Sheriff’s Deputy Tripp Kester Defends Second Amendment

    Tripp Kester Thank you ma’am. My name is Tripp Kester and as you can see I’m here I just want to personally… could you pull that mic up a little bit up? better? Okay I just want to personally and publicly go on record supporting this resolution before us this evening. You know guys, it’s simple: like a lot of them have said the Constitution needs no, no explanation. It’s been enforced for several hundred years now. It’s easy to understand. It says what it means… It means what it says. And the last time I read the Declaration of Independence it specifically reminds all of us that we’re endowed…

  • Cancer Classification & Metastasis | NCLEX Review
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    Cancer Classification & Metastasis | NCLEX Review

    Welcome to this video tutorial on cancer classification and metastasis. Cancer is a group of diseases in which abnormal cells grow and divide uncontrollably, destroying body tissue. Cancers are classified according to the type of tissue in which the cancer originates and by the primary location where the cancer first developed. Based on tissue type, cancers are classified into six major categories: 1. Carcinoma is a malignant tumor of epithelial cells, which are found in skin and the covering and lining of organs and internal passageways, such as the GI tract. Carcinomas usually affect organs capable of secretion including breast, lung, bladder, prostate, and colon. There are two types of…

  • Civil War Generals 2 (Uni) Let’s Play Part 2: Get off my land!
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    Civil War Generals 2 (Uni) Let’s Play Part 2: Get off my land!

    a Hip it seemed you know Cell aimed at button getting some victory points from him as well and some supply whenever you make a unit runaway um, if you supply the unit itself doesn’t get it, but You get it in your general bank Now I can keep making this guy run which would mean I get more effective points from him Just it would put it this guy who actually has a sub seen any damage. No, he’s he wouldn’t be in that much danger They might attack him with more than one unit by the aspirin Again charge him out again Yep. Yep, and Because his health…

  • How Left/Right Partisanship Starts a Civil War in Spain | BETWEEN 2 WARS I 1936 Part 2 of 4
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    How Left/Right Partisanship Starts a Civil War in Spain | BETWEEN 2 WARS I 1936 Part 2 of 4

    I suppose you could call the Spanish Civil War World War Two’s practice run. The mass killings, industrial warfare, and blurring of lines between civilians and combatants that we will see in the years 1939 to 1945 will already happen from 1936-1939 on the Iberian Peninsula. But how has Spain, a country which has mostly kept itself out of international affairs, found itself in this position? Why has it become such a powder keg? As we will soon see, the pre-war Spanish Republic is rife with violence and strife. In its short life, it will be continually rocked by revolution, uprisings, and coups. Its defeat is never inevitable, but it…

  • Civil Rights Movement Cartoon: Watch this Civil Rights Movement for Children Cartoon (Black History)
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    Civil Rights Movement Cartoon: Watch this Civil Rights Movement for Children Cartoon (Black History)

    Mr. Franklin: okay Frankie why do you have that sad look on your face? Frankie: because Mr. Franklin the school takes forever to get us new stuff. Mr. Franklin: Well Frankie you have to relax. Change doesn’t always happen overnight. Frankie: I guess not. I should already know that after what we are studying right now for history. Mr. Franklin: really. Where are you at in class right now? Frankie: Right now we are studying the African American civil rights movement. Mr. Franklin: oh I love reading about the stories of African Americans fought for their freedom. What have you learned so far? Frankie: well for starters it took over…

  • Working as an Artist with a Disability: An Artist’s Perspective
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    Working as an Artist with a Disability: An Artist’s Perspective

    Hello, thank you for joining us for this webinar called, “Working as an Artist with a Disability: An Artist’s Perspective.” My name is Beth Bienvenu and I’m the Director of Accessibility at the National Endowment for the Arts. A quick note before we proceed, we’ll be describing any image on our slides, so this slide has a photo of me, a white woman with medium length brown hair, glasses, and a purple jacket. This webinar is the fourth in a series of webinars on Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities. Our first webinar, which was held in May, provided a high-level overview of the field and experiences of…