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John's Story - Episode 1Heroin has often been dubbed as one of the most destructive and painful drug addictions known to man. The difficulty in kicking the habit comes in the forms of severe relapse, grueling withdraw symptoms, and even death. Meet John, a former addict that tells his side of the story and explains the lengths he went to to get his next high.
John's Story - Episode 2Part two of this story continues as John reflects on his prison life and how the importance of having structure for the first time in his life has helped him beat his addiction. Though in a tough spot, John remains positive as he strives to improve all aspects of his life and discover a path of health and happiness. This is John's story.
Emergency MedicationsDr. Stephen Teach, a pediatrician in Emergency Medicine at the Children's National Medical Center in Washington DC, describes what families of children suffering from asthma should do in an emergency situation, such as if a child has a severe asthma attack after changes have already been made for the better in a child's life. Watch and see, as he describes the two things to do in order to calm down inflammation of the airways, stop the asthma attacks, and allow for your child to breathe easier once again.
Finding the Right MedicationDr. Stephen Teach, a pediatrician in Emergency Medicine at the Children's National Medical Center in Washington DC, discusses how he chooses the right asthma medication for each child. He reveals that the process is one of collaboration between the family of the child, the doctor, and the child's individual circumstances itself. Essentially, asthma medications fall into two broad categories, but the correct way to prescribe that medicine is all dependent upon the child.
Emergency SituationsDr. Stephen Teach, a pediatrician in Emergency Medicine at the Children's Medical Center in Washington DC, discusses what he and his medical staff do in emergency asthma attack situations. When a child rushes into an emergency room, and in the most severe cases begins to turn blue because of the lack of oxygen to the brain, what is a pediatric asthma expert to do? Find out in this gripping account on what Dr. Teach and his team face when dealing with severely asthmatic children.
Meet Jill, a college student who was recently diagnosed with IBS. In this episode, Jill talks about some of the psychological affects that go along with this intestinal disease. Through talking to people she was able to seek treatment that would not only help her physically but emotionally as well. This is Jill's story.