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APA Dr. Cue Instruction – Dr. Cue Pool Lesson 13: Stroke Defined With Speed Practice! – Dr. Cue Pool Lesson 13: Stroke Defined With Speed Practice – The key element for getting in touch with the “throwing motion” of a good stroke is to use a “slow” backswing on the final stroke cycle and combine it with an obvious hesitation before releasing the cue forward to complete the stroke. A great way to practice this technique is to shoot 15 balls at 3 different speeds in a rotating shot pattern. Focused repetition used in the rhythm / fluency for each shot will provide tremendous benefit to your actual performance and your “looking like a pro”.

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Dr. Feelgood – Milk and alcohol 1979

Dr. Feelgood – Milk and alcohol 1979

White boy in town
Big black, blue sound
Night club, I paid in
I got a stamp on my skin

Main attraction dead on his feet
Black man rhythm with a white boy beat
They got him on milk and alcohol
They got him on milk and alcohol

Stay put I wanna go
Hard work, bad show
More liquor, it dont help
Hes gonna die, it breaks my heart

I decided eventually
This aint doing a thing for me
They got him on milk and alcohol
They got him on milk and alcohol


They got him on milk and alcohol
They got him on milk and alcohol
They got him on milk and alcohol
They got him on milk and alcohol

Got up, I walked out
To the car, start it up
Feel bad, sad night
I never saw a red light

Sirens were a screamin all around
I pulled on over and I shut her down
A black cop gave me a shove with his gun
Said up against the wall and dont make a run
They got me on milk and alcohol
They got me on milk and alcohol
They got me on milk and alcohol
They got me on milk and alcohol

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A Letter To The Patient’s GP Please, Angela

One of the tracks on the Amateur Transplants’ debut album, Fitness to Practice, is a dictation for a typist descibing a patient who seems to have everything wrong with her. Dr Adam Kay’s choice of wording is deliberately unhelpful to the poor typist at the other end. Enjoy!

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APA Dr. Cue Instruction – Dr. Cue Pool Lesson 18: High English Practice #2 – Dr. Cue Pool Lesson 18: High English Practice #2 – When getting position becomes more difficult because of blocking balls, and the cue ball must end up in a specific place for the next shot, a “template of practice” can be used to learn the effect of the spin applied. High English that is practiced with a specific purpose in mind will result in shot success…considering the critical path the cue ball must take.

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Dr. Joe Borio Chiropassion Consulting: New Practice Start Up Testimonial Dr Chris Odom

drjoeborio, Consulting, New, Practice, Start, Up, Testimonial, Dr, Chris, Odom, mpeg2videoDr. Joe Borio Chiropassion Consulting: New Practice Start Up Testimonial Dr Chris Odom

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APA Dr. Cue Instruction – Dr. Cue Pool Lesson 20: Stroke Practice With Barrier Training! – Dr. Cue Pool Lesson 20: Stroke Practice With Barrier Training – Developing a straight stroke means that the muscle memory of the stroking movement must be trained to go straight. The diamonds on the rail tops provide a natural method of doing this. In addition, a unique “barrier” technique for conditioning the proper muscle memory of a topflight stroke can help tremendously. A few minutes a day with either of these stroke enhancers will assure a higher degree of shot success and game victory!

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Bloodless Medicine and Surgery: Dr Ronald Lapin Interview

Thanks to judgerutherford for finding/uploading this one.

Dr Ron Lapin Interview: Bloodless Surgery + Jehovah’s Witnesses


Ronald Lapin (1941–1995) Was Israeli-born American surgeon, best known as a “bloodless surgeon” due to his willingness to perform surgeries on severely anemic Jehovah’s Witness patients without the use of blood transfusions. He completed medical school in New York City and established his practice in Orange County, CA, in the 1970s, where he lived until his death.

He pioneered the use of the electric scalpel in such cases, which reduces blood loss during surgery. He promoted and taught the use of this and other techniques that make bloodless surgery successful.

Lapin became interested in bloodless surgery in the mid 1970s, while practicing his profession in Orange County, CA. He was approached by a severely anemic Jehovah’s Witness in need of surgery (who, due to religious beliefs, could not accept a blood transfusion). During this first operation on a Witness patient, Lapin secured the help of the anesthesiologist by assuring him that the blood needed for the operation was “on its way”. After successfully performing that first surgery without the use of any transfused blood, Witnesses who heard of his rare cooperation came to him for help with their surgical needs. Thus was born his practice dedicated to providing bloodless surgery for Witness patients from around the world.

He founded several bloodless surgery centers in Southern California, including hospitals in Norwalk, Bellflower, and Fountain Valley, and became a tireless advocate of non-blood medical management.

In 1980, Lapin was chosen by a Japanese pharmaceutical firm to operate on Jehovah’s Witness patients, with conditional FDA approval, using Flouisol DA, an “artificial blood” substitute. The unique oxygen-carrying properties of the product were the subject of a segment on the ABC television program “That’s Incredible!”. During the show, one of Lapin’s patients, Donna Graham of Winchester, CA, was shown recovering from an emergency hysterectomy, having received approval for a transfusion of the “artificial blood” due to extreme loss of blood prior to admission. An unusual stunt on the program showed a mouse being immersed in the product, and yet, due to its blood being oxygenated via the fluid, it did not drown. After a tabloid newspaper accused the show of hiding the later death of the mouse, the stunt was repeated on another segment of the program.

For publicly challenging conventional medical practices, which Lapin derided as substandard and unacceptable, he experienced persecution in the form of legal attacks and even sabotage. His story is recounted in the Gene Church biography No Man’s Blood.

Although Lapin’s early advocacy of bloodless surgery was viewed as radical at the time, the outbreak of blood-borne AIDS infections helped the cause, and throughout the world today many hospitals gladly accept JW patients who have low hemoglobinm counts for a full array of procedures. Thanks in part to his efforts, surgeons routinely perform successful bloodless operations for all types of medical problems, from open heart surgery to hip replacement. There are even hospitals that openly seek such business; one such facility is Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in Englewood, New Jersey.

Lapin was nominated for a Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1983


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Blood test: What you don’t know about blood – PBS Programme

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Order now to learn from the experts and empower your dental practice! Order DVD #CE9925 at or 1-800-CALUMET.

“Nothing will make a bigger impact on your practice than mastering and marketing digital photography.” -Phillip Kemp, DDS

In Digital Dental Photography Dr. Phillip Kemp shows how to choose and use the right camera gear, master the 12 digital views, import and organize images, win the patient’s trust and business with digital smile makeovers, build a digital smile and communicate with the lab. He also features several case presentations and demonstrates how to wow patients with portraits of their new designer smiles. Dr. Kemp provides dentists with the basic knowledge to start using digital photography in their office with confidence.

1) Introduction
2) Why Digital Photography?
3) Camera Basics
4) Taking Pictures
5) Importing Images
6) Digital Smile Makeover
7) Building the Digital Smile
8) Communicating with the Lab
9) Case Presentations
10) Patient Portraits

About Kemp:
Dr. Phillip Kemp is a national and international speaker in cosmetic dentistry and digital dental photography. He has served on the Board of Trustees for the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, overseeing Give Back a Smile, a program that provides cosmetic dentistry for women who are victims of domestic violence. He also founded Project Smiles, a nonprofit organization that provides free dental services for disadvantaged people.


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Private Practice Season 3 Episode 3 – Right Here, Right Now – Promo
synopsis: Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) arrives with a kidney patient, and Addison isn’t the only Oceanside doctor who’s happy to see her; Addison begins to pay the price for her involvement with Noah; the identity of Violet’s baby’s father is revealed.

Miranda Bailey brings a kidney transplant patient to Los Angeles, and Addison and especially Sam is pleased to see her. Addison’s consequences of her emotional affair with Noah catch up with her. Sheldon and Pete finally discover who the father of Violet’s baby.

Watch Private Practice Season 3 Episode 3 online for free premiere new series The Way We Were ABC HD HQ Chris Lowell Amy Brenneman Dr Violet Turner Paul Adelstein Dr Cooper Freedman Timothy Daly Dr Pete Wilder tree third two second 15 october 2009 Season 3 Episode 3 Premiere full tv watch s3 s 3 se3 se 3 e3 e 3 ep3 ep 3 3×3 303 S03 E03 se3 ep03 03 03 start first new 3.03

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