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Why Are Some People So Bad at Singing?

[ ♪INTRO ] You probably know someone who says they’re tone-deaf. And hey, you might believe it. I mean, you’ve heard their off-key version of “Happy Birthday.” And when it comes to karaoke night…Well, you just appreciate their enthusiasm. In reality, though, there’s a difference between singing off-key and being truly tone-deaf. Your friend might […]

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Universal Supplements Review X-Factor – Molecular Nutrition

Welcome to another Universal Supplements product review. Guys we’re going to try and keep these videos less than 5 minutes long, we’re gonna keep them really simple and not too technical, and just remember we are supplement users ourselves. Every supplement that we talk about we have tried and we’re gonna give it our honest […]

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Spinal muscular atrophy – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Spinal muscular atrophy, or SMA, is a genetic disorder where nerve cells in the spinal cord die prematurely, and this causes the muscles that would normally be controlled by those nerves to atrophy, or wither away, which causes weakness. When the brain wants a muscle to contract, it sends a signal through an upper motor […]

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Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Dystrophin

As children, they have difficulty walking. As teenagers, most require wheelchairs. Their average lifespan is less than 30 years old. What devastating disease do these people have? Join me in this episode of Medicurio where we will discuss one of the most debilitating muscular diseases: Duchenne muscular dystrophy. All movement is controlled by contracting various […]

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Inside ALS: The neurons behind the disease

amyotrophic Lateral sclerosis Shortened to Als is a neurodegenerative disease Which usually begins in adulthood and Advances rapidly? It’s characterized by the deterioration and loss of both upper and lower motor Neurons as the motor Neurons stop sending signals the Muscles weaken leading to Paralysis When the muscles in the diaphragm are paralyzed this can […]

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Myasthenia gravis – causes, symptoms, treatment, pathology

Myasthenia gravis, is a Latin expression that literally means “grave muscle weakness,” which perfectly describes the weakness that happens when this autoimmune disease affects the skeletal muscles. People with myasthenia gravis might wake up feeling fine, but get progressively weaker as the day goes on and by the end of the day they might feel […]

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BIO160 Preview Video Lecture 10 – Muscle Physiology

>>This video lecture 10, we’re going to cover skeletal muscle physiology. The learning objectives are here, we’re going to focus on whole muscle physiology; talk a little bit about fiber types, how muscles generate different amounts of force, then finish up with a little bit about muscle injury and fatigue. So, the first learning objective […]

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