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https://www.youtube.com/embed/N3ZrbKYmjQ0 what if i said that your drinking water contains  an element that's used in batteries and that   it could also be affecting your mood sometimes  referred to as the magic ion this element's name   is lithium and a recent review of decades of  research has found that trace amounts of lithium   found in the tap could be stabilizing your mood  and may even have the potential to reduce the risk   of suicide of all the elements lithium is one  of the lightest this soft silvery white metal   occurs naturally in soil rocks and many foods it's  also highly reactive particularly with water and   varying degrees of lithium can be found in  surface water groundwater and seawater around   the world and not only is it valued for boosting  the energy density of our batteries over the past   few decades lithium has gained recognition in  the medical community for its powerful…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/kgj-fFra9P0 There are multiple statistical trends among medical students and resident physicians that are worrisome – the most poignant of which is the fact that doctors, including medical students and resident physicians, have the highest suicide rate of any profession. In this video, we’ll cover burnout, a common precursor to depression and suicide, in medical trainees. We’ll go over what burnout is, what causes burnout, and how you can reduce your own risk of burning out.What’s going on guys, Dr. Jubbal, MedSchoolInsiders.com. Burnout can be described as a physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or stress, often relating to caregiving activities or work. It is thought to be derived from three distinct elements, including emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced sense of personal accomplishment. Keep those three elements in mind, as we’ll be referring to them throughout this video. Burnout is everyone’s business. Burnout has reached epidemic levels, in some…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/PsI79eO23K0 NARRATOR: April 6th, dawn's quiet in the waters off Okinawa. The calm did not comfort Ensign Doug Aitken. DOUG AITKEN: We knew that we were going to be in for trouble. We just knew it. NARRATOR: On the nearby islands, the Japanese had been gathering every usable plane and pilot remaining in their arsenal. Some are inexperienced, but no less devoted. They call this mission Kikusui or Floating Chrysanthemum. They take off in waves. They begin a kamikaze spree that dwarfs anything before or since. In the next two days, over 350 enemy planes wreaked absolute havoc. American pilots tried to stop them in roller coaster dogfights. Navy gunners try to derail them, white knuckle, high speed combat. Sometimes, close enough to see each other's face. General Buckner, an avid hunter, describes the adrenaline rush to his wife. GENERAL BUCKNER: I have had thrills in duck blinds but none…

ON AUGUST 11th, 2014, AT APPROXIMATELY 11:55 A.M., MARIN COUNTY INVESTIGATIONS RECEIVED A 911 CALL REPORTING LOCATED AT 95 ST THOMAS WAY IN TIBURON, CALIFORNIA. THE CALLER WAS DISTRAUGHT AND INDICATED AT THAT TIME IT WAS AN APPARENT SUICIDE DUE TO A HANGING HAD TAKEN PLACE AND THAT RIGOR MORTIS HAD STARTED. WE WERE DISPATCHED TO THE INCIDENT WITH EMERGENCY PERSONNEL ARRIVING ON THE SCENE AT 12:00 P.M. THE MALE SUBJECT WHO WAS ANNOUNCED DECEASED AT 12:02 P.M. HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS ROBIN WILLIAMS. PRELIMINARY INFORMATION DEVELOPED DURING THE INVESTIGATION BY CORONER DIVISION PERSONNEL HAS REVEALED THAT MR. WILLIAMS HAD BEEN SEEKING HELP FOR DEPRESSION. HE WAS LAST SEEN ALIVE BY HIS WIFE AT APPROXIMATELY 10:30 HO. WILLIAMS TO STILL BE ASLEEP. MR. WILLIAMS' PERSONAL ASSISTANT BECAME CONCERNED AT APPROXIMATELY 11:45 A.M. WHEN HE FAILED TO RESPOND TO KNOCKS ON HIS BEDROOM DOOR. AT THAT TIME, THE PERSONAL ASSISTANT WAS…