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Retirement Planning for Dentists | Doctor Disability Specialist | DDSMatch Coffee Break [Video]

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Retirement Planning for Dentists | Doctor Disability Specialist | DDSMatch Coffee Break

My first episode of DDSMatch Coffee Break with Tyler Destefano. Tyler and I work a lot together with similar clients helping dentists get ready for retirement and move on to the next phase of their lives.

In this episode, we discuss what planning dentists should be doing when thinking of selling their practice. To contact me or learn more about selling your practice email me at eferrero@ddsmatch.com

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UK Doctor Sam White wins High Court case over free speech. [Video]

Dr. Samuel White wins in High Court and his social media bans are lifted.Direct link to HC judgement:https://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/White-v-GMC-judgment-031221.pdfMaajid Nawaz interview.All rights belongs to LBC.

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Dr. Rochagné Kilian & Kate Wand | Medical Ethics & The Doctor-Patient Relationship [Video]

Canadian physician, Dr. Rochagné Kilian, joins Kate Wand for a discussion on medical ethics, public health, and the sacrosanct nature of the Doctor-Patient relationship.A Probe Media ProductionProbe Media is viewer-funded. Please visit rightsprobe.org/donate if you would like to support our work.Rights Probe defends and promote the classical liberal conception of individual rights and the rule of law, in which people have primary control over their own lives and their own decisions; and seeks to inform and assist people to resist government coercion and mob rule.To learn more, visit rightsprobe.org

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Boosters for all adults, conflicting advice [Video]

WHO advice on boosters, Link to free download my 2 textbookshttp://159.69.48.3/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGCK8Z27xd0No country can simply vaccinate its way out of the pandemicIts not vaccine ‘or’Its vaccines ‘and’It makes no sense to give boosters to healthy adults(when high risk around the world are still wating for their first dose)Every day there are 6 times more booster doses administered than primary doses in poorer countriesThis is a scandal that must stop nowFood and Drug Administrationhttps://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/coronavirus-covid-19-update-fda-expands-eligibility-covid-19-vaccine-boostershttps://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/acip/index.htmlAmended the emergency use authorizations (EUA) for Moderna and PfizerModerna (half of the primary dose)A single booster dose for all 18 and olderActing FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcockhelps to provide continued protection against COVID-19, including the serious consequences that can occur, such as hospitalization and deathAt least six months after primary vaccination seriesAt least two months after JanssenData Supporting EffectivenessModerna, FDA analysisStudy groupN= 149 from the original clinical studies who received a boosterControls groupN = 1,055 two-dose seriesResultThe antibody response against the SARS-CoV-2 virus 29 days after a booster dose of the vaccine demonstrated a booster response. Pfizer-BioNTechStudy groupN= 200 who received a boosterControls groupSame people, one month after the two-dose primary seriesResultThe antibody response demonstrated a booster response.FDA Evaluation of Benefits and RisksAdditional real-world data,on the recently increasing number of cases of COVID-19 in the U.S.and on the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis following vaccinationThe FDA has determined that the benefits of a single booster dose of either the Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccinesoutweigh the risks of myocarditis and pericarditisin individuals age 18 years of age and olderBoth Pfizer and Moderna are conducting post-authorization/post-marketing studiesto assess known serious risks of myocarditis and pericarditis. FDA and the CDC have several systems in place to continually monitor COVID-19 vaccine safetyMost commonly reported side effects after a boosterPain, redness and swelling at the injection siteFatigue, headache, muscle or joint pain and chillsSwollen lymph nodes in the underarm, more frequently following the boosterAustriahttps://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2021/11/19/covid-news-coronavirus-lockdown-europe-cases-deaths-booster/First European country to go back into full lockdownWhole country, hard lockdown, 10 – 20 days, from MondayRestaurants, pubs, all non-essential shops closedPeople told to remain at homeClassroom teaching suspendedFirst European country to make Covid vaccination compulsoryFrom Feb. 1Heavy finesLarge anti-vaxxer movement65% fully vaccinatedZoe updatehttps://covid.joinzoe.com/post/dont-cancel-christmas-yetStudy incidence, 65,059 new daily symptomatic cases Based on PCR and LFT test data from UK, n = 40,442Infections down 10% on the weekThe UK R, around 0.9 and regionalScotland, R is 1Prevalence UKOn average 1 in 67 people in the UK currently have symptomatic COVIDProfessor Tim SpectorIn terms of what it means for Christmas, I’m cautiously optimistic for the remainder of the year. It’s becoming clear that children and the school holidays play a key role in the waves of infection. I think it’s safe to say that we can expect to see another rise in the new year after the holidays. I think we’ll be dealing with COVID for the next five yearsHowever, the most important thing we can all do is to get fully vaccinated as soon as possible. we need to redefine fully vaccinated as three doses to protect us all from Delta and the inevitable new variants of COVID yet to comeNetherlandsNational Institute for Health (RIVM)Infections up 44% on the weekStrongest rise, 4-12Immunologist Ger RijkersKeeping primary schools closed for longer is an effective way to keep the virus under controlChildren are virus factories and infect adults as well as each other

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Causes of frequently Recurring Cold | Doctors Speak | @Future Generali India Life [Video]

In today's fast-paced world, it's hard to slow down for a mere cold. But those pesky symptoms stick around and leave you feeling sneezy and sniffly. Colds can wear down your body's natural defenses, leaving you vulnerable to health issues. In addition, hundreds of different viruses can infect the respiratory system and cause cold. So if you aren't recovering, it might be worth talking to your doctor.Watch this video to understand the reasons for your recurring cold.Future Generali India Life Insurance Company Limited is a joint venture between three leading groups: Future Group – A leading retailer in India, Generali Group- A global insurance group that features among the top 50* smartest companies in the world and Industrial Investment Trust Limited (IITL) – A leading investment company.At Future Generali India Life Insurance Company Limited, our mission is to actively protect and enhance people's’ lives. With operations spread across 136 branches and a complete range of simplified solutions for the financial security of customers and enterprises, we aim to become the first choice by delivering relevant and accessible insurance solutions.Show your love by clicking the like button 👍, share with your friends, and subscribe to our channel for more updates.Stay connected with us! 👉 Subscribe to Future Generali: https://youtube.com/c/FutureGeneraliIndiaLife👉 Like us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/futuregeneralilife/ 👉 Follow us on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/company/future-generali-india-life-insurance👉 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FGLifeIndia 👉 Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fglifeind/ #cold #fever #FutureGenerali #FGILI #FutureGeneraliLifeInsurance #DoctorsSpeak