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Ionic vs. Molecular

Ionic vs. Molecular

In this video we’re going to look at compounds that are ionic versus compounds that are molecular also known as covalent. We will learn how you can tell them apart based on their formulas and then we’ll look at some important differences between them. So how can you tell whether something is ionic or molecular? …

Middlesex Hospital: Sleep Apnea

Middlesex Hospital: Sleep Apnea

RYAN: IF YOU SUFFER FROM SLEEP APNEA, A MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL HAS SOME TREATMENTS THAT MIGHT HELP. JOCELYN: JOINING US IS DR. MARK. RYAN: THANK YOU FOR JOINING US. SLEEP APNEA, IS THIS SOMETHING THAT MORE PEOPLE HAVE THEN THEY THINK. IT’S ESTIMATED THAT 25 MILLION PEOPLE IN THE U.S. HAVE IT AND A SMALL PERCENTAGE …

Insomnia: The Different Kinds & A Few Solutions | Sadhguru

Insomnia: The Different Kinds & A Few Solutions | Sadhguru

Questioner: Could you please say something about insomnia? I’ve been suffering insomnia for nearly six years. So, could you give me some feasible instructions? Sadhguru: Insomnia may be occurring for various reasons. There are some people who are sleeping well but they don’t know that they are sleeping well (Laughs). There are some people who …

Base of Tongue Reduction for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Base of Tongue Reduction for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Base of Tongue Coblation for Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Dr. Richard Thrasher at the Ear Nose and Throat Center at McKinney. Dr. Christopher Chang at Fauquier ENT Consultants. Here, we are in the operating room at the medical center of McKinney with Dr. Thrasher who is getting a patient ready for basic of tongue reduction using …

Ragged Tooth Sharks After Dark | SharkFest

Ragged Tooth Sharks After Dark | SharkFest

NARRATOR: The ragged tooth shark holds its secrets close. This is an after-dark mating rendezvous. Scars are the only evidence. This female bears teeth marks from males holding on. But mating makes her hungry. Her needle-like teeth don’t slice. They impale. Her eyes are tiny, so she relies on her electromagnetic sense to find food. …

Rodent | Wikipedia audio article

Rodent | Wikipedia audio article

Rodents (from Latin Rodere, “to gnaw”) are mammals of the order Rodentia, which are characterized by a single pair of continuously growing incisors in each of the upper and lower jaws. About 40% of all mammal species are rodents (2,277 species); they are found in vast numbers on all continents except Antarctica. They are the …