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Steve Pulley's Ride-4-Recovery
5:26
June 9, 2014
After cycling 3,133 miles in 57 days, Steve Pulley dipped his tire into the surf at Sullivan's Island. It was the end of his cross-country journey that started in San Diego on a date marking his six years of sobriety. Dipping the tire into the Atlantic Ocean May 18 marked the start of a new chapter in his life as his mind switched gears to his next challenge. www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2014/ride-4-recovery.html

1:56
June 17, 2014
Waterpark Drowning Resuscitation Training with Dr. Keith Borg, MUSC Division Chief, MUSC Pediatric Emergency Department MUSC Pediatric Emergency Department's training for the Charleston County EMS, lifeguards and MUSC Health's MEDUCARE Medical Transport Service.
 
5:26
June 9, 2014
After cycling 3,133 miles in 57 days, Steve Pulley dipped his tire into the surf at Sullivan's Island. It was the end of his cross-country journey that started in San Diego on a date marking his six years of sobriety. Dipping the tire into the Atlantic Ocean May 18 marked the start of a new chapter in his life as his mind switched gears to his next challenge. www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2014/ride-4-recovery.html
 
4:29
May 16, 2014
Students from Medical University of South Carolina work with children from preschool to 8th grade to teach them about the healthy eating and exercise. www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2014/JDOH.html
 
3:28
May 16, 2014
Children from Meeting Street Academy elementary school in Charleston, S.C.talk about what they learned from MUSC students at Junior Doctors of Health. www.musc.edu/pr/newscenter/2014/JDOH.html
 
4:39
May 5, 2014
Best in Show! The 4th Annual MUSC W.O.O.F. awards are here. In 2009 an award system was initiated through the FIRM Ground Fall Prevention program, known as the W.O.O.F. (With Out One Fall) award. This award recognizes nursing units who have succeeded in keeping their fall rates low.
 
5:09
April 30, 2014
Deep brain stimulation, DBS, is a surgical treatment involving the implantation of a medical device called a brain pacemaker, which sends electrical impulses to specific parts of the brain. In certain patients DBS is used to help treat such disorders at Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, dystonia, etc.
 
5:02
April 30, 2014
By using DBS, deep brain stimulation, a team of MUSC (Medical University of South Carolina) doctors are helping a patient who has Parkinson's Disease and lifelong OCD, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
 
3:51
April 23, 2014
MUSC Featured Expert Ida Spruill
 
1:23
April 2, 2014
Logan Gause was 8-years-old when she was diagnosed with cancer. She wants to help other children not be so frightened of the treatment you must go through when diagnosed with cancer. Here she learns about getting an MRI. http://www.musckids.org/
 
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April 2, 2014
Logan Gause was 8-years-old when she was diagnosed with cancer. She wants to help other children not be so frightened of the treatment you must go through when diagnosed with cancer. Here she talks about radiation therapy http://www.musckids.org/
 
1:27
April 2, 2014
Logan Gause was 8-years-old when she was diagnosed with cancer. She wants to help other children not be so frightened of the treatment you must go through when diagnosed with cancer. Here she talks about chemotherapy. http://www.musckids.org/
 
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April 2, 2014
MUSC Children's Hospital Child Life Specialist, Michelle Vandermaas, explains what child life specialists can do to help children with cancer. http://www.musckids.org/
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

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