Why This American Pilot Became A Drug Smuggler

Adler Berriman Seal’s grave marker is adorned with an airplane and a cross, the first quite fitting for the pilot and the latter a questionable addition to some. It’s inscription of “a rebel adventurer, the likes of whom in previous days made America great” would likely enrage others. Why are there such strong emotions surrounding this man born […]

Distributor Type Fuel Injection Pump – Working and Animation

The Distributor Type Fuel Injection Pump has a single pumping element. The fuel is distributed to each cylinder by means of a rotor. It is small in size and lightweight. Lets have a look at the various parts. There is a central longitudinal cavity in the rotor and a pair of radial holes at different heights One hole […]

How to Inject Insulin Using a Syringe | Nucleus Health

This video will teach you how to inject your insulin using a syringe. Please watch the entire video before injecting your insulin. Your healthcare provider may recommend that you inject insulin using a syringe to help you control your blood sugar level. Injecting insulin with a syringe involves choosing an injection site, preparing the syringe and insulin, and […]

Louise Throws Her Medicine Across The Room | Season 7 Ep. 1 | BOB’S BURGERS

[vocalizing] Oh! Look at him go. That’s so good. Wait, Louise, is that your medicine? Um, no. [gasps] You spit it out. You’re taking that medicine, Miss Missy. No, I’m not. Don’t you make me do the full-family hold-down. You wouldn’t dare. [all grunting] How could she be so sick but still so strong? Like the economy! Wah! […]

Mitral Valve Stenosis Explained Clearly – Pathophysiology, Symptoms, Treatment

okay well to another MedCram lecture we’re going to talk about mitral stenosis we’re talking about the features the symptoms the physical diagnosis the diagnosis treatment and when to do surgery on mitral stenosis so almost all mitral stenosis is related to rheumatic heart disease remember what rheumatic heart disease is you have an infection and then you […]

Why haven’t we cured arthritis? – Kaitlyn Sadtler and Heather J. Faust

While regaling you with daring stories from her youth, it might be hard to believe your grandmother used to be a trapeze artist. However, the bad backs, elbow pain, and creaky knees so common in older people is more than just “old age.” In fact, the source of this stiffness plagues many young people as well. The culprit […]

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