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Definitionen von Gesundheit

Gesundheit ist kein definierbarer Zustand, sondern ein fließender Prozess, der von einem Kohärenzgefühl begleitet wird und die Gesundheitspotenziale von Ereignissen [Stressoren] nutzvoll umwandelt.
In den 70-iger Jahren prägte der US-amerikanische Professor für Medizinsoziologie und Vater der Salutogenese Aaron Antonovsky (1923-1994) den Ausdruck Salutogenese, die Entstehung (Genese) von Gesundheit. Es handelt sich um den Gegenbegriff zu Parthogenese (Entstehung von Krankheiten).

 

Die Essenz von Gesundheitsstudien ist: Gesundheit ist die Folge von

  1. einer gelungenen Beziehung zu sich selbst
  2. einer gelungenen Beziehung zu den Mitwesen
  3. einer gelungenen Beziehung zu Gott / Urprinzip.

Zitate zum Thema Gesundheit / Health

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Empfehlungen

  • Sei vorsichtig mit Gesundheitsbüchern. Du könntest wegen eines Druckfehlers sterben. Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835-1910) US-amerikanischer Humorist, Freimaurer, Schriftsteller, Aphorismus
  • Für keinen ist es zu früh oder zu spät, für die Gesundheit der Seele zu sorgen. Epikur (~341-~271 v. Chr.) griechischer Philosoph, Begründer des Epikureismus

 


Neuseeländische Briefmarke, 1933
Werbung für öffentliche Gesundheitsfürsorge
  • Das höchste Ideal der Heilung ist schnelle, sanfte und dauerhafte Wiederherstellung der Gesundheit, oder Hebung und Vernichtung der Krankheit in ihrem ganzen Umfange auf dem kürzesten, zuverlässigsten, unnachtheiligsten Wege, nach deutlich einzusehenden Gründen. Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) deutscher Arzt, Begründer der auf dem Potenzierungsprinzip beruhenden alternativen Heilmethode Homöopathie, Übersetzer, medizinischer Schriftsteller, Organon der Heilkunst, § 2, Ersterscheinung 1833, Richard Haehl, bearbeitet von Dr. med. Jugana Loder, 6. Auflage 1921

 

  • Gesundheit ist nicht alles, aber ohne Gesundheit ist alles nichts. Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860) deutscher Philosoph, Hochschullehrer, Schriftsteller, Quelle unbekannt

 

  • In der einen Hälfte des Lebens opfern wir unsere Gesundheit, um Geld zu erwerben. In der anderen Hälfte opfern wir Geld, um die Gesundheit wiederzuerlangen. Voltaire [François-Marie Arouet] (1694-1778) französischer Philosoph der europäischen Aufklärung, Historiker, Wegbereiter der Französischen Revolution, Kritiker der Feudalherrschaft, Bürgerrechtler, Deist, Schriftsteller

 

  • Aaron Antonovsky wertete 1970 eine Erhebung über die Anpassungsfähigkeit von Frauen verschiedener ethnischer Gruppen an die Menopause aus. Eine Gruppe war 1939 zwischen 16 und 25 Jahre alt gewesen und hatte sich zu dieser Zeit in einem nationalsozialistischen Konzentrationslager befunden. Ihr psychischer und körperlicher Gesundheitszustand wurde mit der einer Kontrollgruppe verglichen. Der Anteil der in ihrer Gesundheit nicht beeinträchtigten Frauen betrug in der Kontrollgruppe 51%, im Vergleich zu 29% der KZ-Überlebenden. Nicht der Unterschied an sich, sondern die Tatsache, dass in der Gruppe der KZ-Überlebenden 29% der Frauen trotz der unvorstellbaren Qualen eines Lagerlebens mit anschließendem Flüchtlingsdasein als (körperlich und psychisch) 'gesund' beurteilt wurden, war für ihn ein unerwartetes Ergebnis. Wikipedia Salutogenese, Stand 2008

 

Wikipedia-Eintrag: Während seiner Zeit am Applied Social Research Institute beschäftigte sich Aaron Antonovsky, mit Studien über Frauen, die in Mitteleuropa zwischen 1914 und 1923 geboren wurden. Einige von ihnen waren Überlebende aus Konzentrationslagern. Dabei fiel ihm auf, dass 29% der ehemals internierten Frauen sich trotz der extremen Stressoren, denen sie während ihres Lebens ausgesetzt waren, in einem guten mentalen Zustand sahen.

  • Das Kohärenzgefühl ist eine globale Orientierung, die ausdrückt, in welchem Ausmaß eine Person ein durchdringendes, dynamisches Gefühl des Vertrauens darauf hat, dass
    ➢ die Stimuli, die sich im Verlauf des Lebens aus der inneren und äußeren Umgebung ergeben, strukturiert, vorhersehbar und erklärbar sind;
    ➢ die Ressourcen zur Verfügung stehen, um den Anforderungen zu begegnen, die diese Stimuli stellen;
    ➢ diese Anforderungen Herausforderungen sind, die Anstrengung und Engagement lohnen.
Aaron Antonovsky (1923-1994) US-amerikanischer Professor für Medizinsoziologie, Vater der Salutogenese, Salutogenese. Zur Entmystifizierung der Gesundheit, S. 36, 1997

General quotes

Personal avowals

  • I entered medical school in 1967 to use it as a vehicle for social change. I was a whole systems thinker. What I wanted to do was to create a hospital that addressed every single problem of health care delivery in one model.
Video presentation by Patch Adams, M.D. (*1945) US American physician, social activist, citizen diplomat, author, Transform 2010, sponsored by the Mayo Clinic, Center for Innovation, Transform 2010 Symposium, YouTube film, minute 00:35, 16:07 minutes duration, posted 14. September 2010

 

Insight

  • Old recognition: Death begins in the colon.
    New recognition: Dysfunction begins in the small intestines.  minute 2:26

 

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Patch Adam's intimate communal eco village health care hospital

University of human culture

  • Health and health care are a human right for all people. Minute 00:29
    We found that most people were lonely. The normal Americans that we saw didn't like themselves, didn't like their marriage, and didn't like their job. Minute 5:35
    Nowhere are hospitals happy in the world. Medical students are hugely dissatified. […] All over the world physicians are rude. There is a hierarchy. All over the world there is a deep sadness that you don't have enough time for patients. […] At our hospital the cleaning person and the surgeon make the same salary: 300$ a month. Thousands of doctors and nurses apply every year to work for 300$ a month. Minute 6:42
    We found out that no medical school in the world teaches compassion as an embedded course. minute 8:40
    We also found ways to make (our hospital project) so much cheaper through an economic system that is based on friendship and shared skills. Minute 10:06
Video presentation by Patch Adams, M.D. (*1945) US American physician, social activist, citizen diplomat, author, Transform 2010, sponsored by the Mayo Clinic, Center for Innovation, Transform 2010 Symposium, YouTube film, 16:07 minutes duration, posted 14. September 2010

 

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The concept of "developing world" is outdated.

  • Stop using the concept of "developing world". Development is a continuum. The world is CONVERGING (but not the lower billion). Video presentation by Hans Rosling, M.D. (*1948) Swedish professor of global health, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, medical doctor, statistician, data visionary, public speaker, Let my dataset change your mindset, US State Department, presented by TED Talks, minute 7:26, 19:56 minutes duration, filmed June 2009, posted August 2009

 

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A world in equity nearing

  • If these inequalities – climate and war – can be avoided, get ready for a world in a world in equity because that is what it seems to be happening – it will happen precisely on the July 27th, 2048. Hans Rosling, M.D. (*1948) Swedish professor of global health, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, medical doctor, statistician, data visionary, public speaker, Asia's rise – how and when, presented by TED Talks, minute 14:44, 15:50 minutes duration, filmed and posted November 2009

 

  • To bring the entire population into growth and prosperity will create a domestic market, what will avoid social instability and what will make use of the entire capacity of the population. Social investments in health, education, infrastructure, and electricity is really needed in India and China. Hans Rosling, M.D. (*1948) Swedish professor of global health, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, medical doctor, statistician, data visionary, public speaker, Asia's rise – how and when, presented by TED Talks, minute 15:46, 15:50 minutes duration, filmed and posted November 2009

 

  • Health is not an individual dynamic, but very much a product of the social and economic environment. Medicine thinks illness is an individual problem with individual solutions. It's organized insanity for the medical profession to ignore those links. The biggest predictor of health or lack thereof is actually social status. The socioeconomic system doesn't support a healthy childhood and we try to medicate kids' brains. It's not just money; it's the degree of control over our lives. Video presentation by Gabor Maté, M.D. drgabormate.com (*1944) Hungarian-Canadian physician, addiction expert, speaker, author, St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church, Vancouver, 27. November 2011; cited in: Article Gabor Maté: 'Organized insanity' for doctors to ignore health, poverty link. Can social inequity cause sickness? Vancouver's Dr. Gabor Maté thinks so., presented by Vancouver Observer, 29. November 2011

 

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Disease is psychosocially, economically, environmentally, and culturally induced.

  • [I]n Canada we have the First Nations population which a 100 years ago had no Diabetes and 150 years ago no rheumatoid arthritis. And now they have the world's highest rates of these diseases in some areas. That's not a genetic issue. That's not an individual issue. It's a question of what happened socially and economically and culturally and the abuse that they have undergone in their society and continue to. You can't explain disease again in isolation from the psychosocial environment. And beyond that there is the evidence now that it's not even controversial, but most physicians and most educators never even heard about it which is an extraordinary statement, an extraordinary reflection of how ideological medical practice is and how ideological everything is. [...] The propaganda system and the mind control system is far more effective here [in Western societies] than it is in those brutal dictatorships. [...] Ideologically the people are blinded. Video presentation by Gabor Maté, M.D. drgabormate.com (*1944) Hungarian-Canadian physician, addiction expert, speaker, author, What Promotes Positive Health? A New Social Design to Accomplish This?, sponsored by http://www.zeitgeistvancouver.com|The Zeitgeist Vancouver]], YouTube film, minute 25:04 and 32:33, 42:12 minutes duration, filmed 3. June 2012, posted 5. July 2012

 

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The importance of social and cultural context

  • To understand in a satisfactory manner the brain that fabricates human mind and human behavior, it is necessary to take into account its social and cultural context. And that makes the endeavor truly daunting. Antonio R. Damasio, Ph.D. (*1944) Portugese US American Dornsife professor of neuroscience, University of Iowa, consciousness researcher, author, Descartes' Error. Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain, 1994, S. 260, Penguin Books, 27. September 2005

 

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Misleading mind brain/body split

  • It is not only the separation between the mind and brain that is mythical: the separation between mind and body is probably just as fictional. The mind is embodied, in the full sense of the term, not just embrained. Antonio R. Damasio, Ph.D. (*1944) Portugese US American Dornsife professor of neuroscience, University of Iowa, consciousness researcher, author, Descartes' Error. Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain, 1994, S. 118, Penguin Books, 27. September 2005

 

  • True health is only possible when we understand the unity of our minds, emotions, spirits, and physical bodies and stop striving for perfection. Christiane Northrup, M.D. (*1949) US American obstetrician, advocate for women’s health, speaker, author

 

  • People are fed by the food industry, which pays no attention to health,
    and are treated by the health industry, which pays no attention to food.
Wendell Berry (*1934) US American academic, cultural and economic critic, farmer, man of letters

 

Study by Thomas P. Zwaka, Ph.D., M.D., Madison, Marion Dejosez, Hiroki Ura, Vicky L. Brandt, Safeguards for Cell Cooperation in Mouse Embryogenesis Shown by Genome-Wide Cheater Screen, presented by US American science magazine Science, 12. September 2013

  • Mutant cells only misbehave when they are around normal cells. They become competitive, perhaps promoting an evolutionary advance. When all the cells are the same, either all mutated or all normal, they cooperate with each other.
    Cell cooperation, altruistic behavior, cheating, and other so-called social behaviors are wired into cells via the genome at the early primitive stage. Perhaps there is no coincidence that amoeba, insects, animals, the human culture and society, generally follow innate rules of cooperation. Darwin’s explanation of evolution as a struggle for existence needs to be tempered with an acknowledgment of the importance of cooperation in the evolution of complexity. Thomas P. Zwaka, Ph.D., M.D., German associate professor of developmental and regenerative biology, University of Wisconsin, cited in: A radical new holistic view of health based on cooperation and disease based on competition, presented by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence, 16. September 2013

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

 

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Physical and mental health of an individual is implicit along the path of awakening.

 

  • Life is sustained by the Source of life itself which is ever present. The reason we take vitamins is because the quality and principle of the Self enhance the attraction of that which is life enhancing for so long as it is appropriate. When the prescribed duration of life ends then the Self sustains the existence of Spirit life instead of body life. Dr. David R. Hawkins, I. Reality and Subjectivity, The Emotions, S. 201, 2003

 


Complex carbohydrates-grain, fruit, and vegetables
  • Clinically, [humor] is associated with improved health and even longevity. […]
    The effect of humor is therapeutic, and it also increases human bonding and compassion via mutual recognition. Humor reduces inner pain, shame, and guilt, thereby revealing more benign options. […]
    It serves as the example of therapeutic/spiritual techniques that lead to inner freedom, honesty, and liberation. It is an antidote to shame, fear, and guilt. It subtly reveals the capacity of inner strength that allows the recognition of one’s innate, nascent bigness. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 362-363, 2006

 

Dr. David R. Hawkins, Healing and Recovery, chapter 2 Assisting Healing, S. 52, 2009

 

  • Health means aliveness, which is an expression of an energy field. The body expresses and is subject to what is held in mind, and therefore, the greater the amount of negativity held in mind, the greater the effect of the negative energy field on the body's physical health. In contrast, the greater the positive energy that is being held in mind, the more powerfully positive is the energy field of life. This knowledge provides a tool to determine whether or not something supports health and the expression of life. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Healing and Recovery, S. 108-109, 2009

 

  • Health results from transcending limitations and feelings of separation. Since we have the power of refusal, we can refuse things in our life that are negative.
    If our mind can become programmed in a negative direction, we can choose to program it in a positive direction as well. Health is an expression of self-esteem. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Healing and Recovery, S. 110, 2009

 

  • It is necessary to look at the relationship between mind and body because of its great importance in the field of health and something that really is not clearly understood. A basic principle that is demonstrated clinically is that we are subject only to what we hold in mind. This is a principle of healing and health, with two sides to the coin – one side being illness and the other being health. They are the opposite sides of the coin of the same understanding that heals and brings about health – that we are subject to what we hold in mind. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Healing and Recovery, S. 110, 2009

 

  • Health is the willingness to let go of buying into negativity. Why would a person buy into negativity in the first place? Why are some people so receptive to programming? There are people who become fearful every time they open a magazine that reports about a current illness, which relates to the amount of fear and guilt they already carry within them. The amount of fear is really consequent to the amount of unconscious guilt. It is as though the vulnerable person is attracted by fear, and when they hear of an illness, they become mentally programmed enough to make it happen in their lives. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Healing and Recovery, S. 120, 2009

 

  • Cause is on the level of mind; effect is on the level of body, not the other way around. Merely reversing that understanding provides the whole key to health and healing. Health then comes out of a positive mental attitude, which we have heard many times, so much so that many people are annoyed by it because it implies that if they have a sickness, they do not have a positive mental attitude. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Healing and Recovery, S. 121-122, 2009

 

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Disease acts as an incessant gadfly nudging for spiritual growth.

  • For the person who is oriented in the direction of health, illness merely becomes something that is coming up in order to be healed; it is bringing up a lesson. The illness is saying, "Look at me. Please heal what I stand for and symbolize. Please heal the guiltiness, self-hatred, and limiting thought forms. Please move up to loving me so I can be healed." The illness is a demand to grow spiritually. It is an incessant gadfly that tells us that something is 'out' and needs to be looked at. Something needs to be held in a different way. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Healing and Recovery, chapter 4 "Health", S. 128-129, 2009

 

 

  • Introspection and spiritual movement are necessary to achieve
    • a state of well-being,
    • a feeling that one’s life is significant,
    • and that we make a difference in the world.
We do not need the attention that illness brings to us because our sense of importance comes through the realization of the greatness of our real Self. General growth in the field of spiritual development brings about a condition of health and can do so quite rapidly if we change our position to let go of certain limited beliefs. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Healing and Recovery, S. 133, 2009

Englische Texte – English section on Health

Five crossculturally embedded areas of health

Five significant portals for the creation of health
༺༻Health portalBody·areaKeywordsRemark
1.Safety⇔DangerStomach
legs, feet
Fight or flight, can’t stomach itWhen one feels unsafe, blood goes to the feet for running or fighting if neccessary. Digestion temporarily stops leaving blood and energy for fighting or flighting.
2.Love⇔HateChest
base of neck
Broken heartPeople in all cultures point to the heart which holds both love and hate.
3.Expression⇔SuppressionFace
throat to eyes
arms and hands
Gesturing
Smiling
Crying
(Not) expressing thoughts, ideas, emotions
Thyroid problems are associated with an inhibited self-expression.
4.Peace⇔TurmoilEyebrow to
top of head
Culturally termed the third eye
Wisdom center
Area where both peace or turmoil are felt and solutions are found.
5.Spirituality⇔ExistentialityAround and within
the body
UbiquityBalancing act between too much/litte spirituality and existentiality
Inspired by source: ► Blog entry The Five Portals, presented by The Pendulist.org, 2. February 2013
Featuring Dr. Mario Martinez' Mind Body Code and the "Causes of health"

Keeping one's heart healthy

Five strategies for preventing heart disease
 ༺༻Health·strategyPractical applicationRemark
1.Reduce inflammationEat fish and take Omega 3 supplements.Number one anti-inflammatory compound.
2.Exercise every dayWalk 30 minutes per day.Walking grows new brain cells.
3.Healthy food intakeEat less calories, less sugar, less processed carbohydrates. Eat more vegetables, fruits, proteins, good fats. 
4.Reduce stress.[*]Stay in a close knit community, do deep breathing, keep a gratitude journal, do joyous things.Referring to the Rosetta Phenomenon study made in Pennsylvania (early part of the 20th century)
5.Take essential supplements.Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin D, and Omega 3’s 
Sources:
► Video interview with Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., US American nutritionist, author, Big Think Interview With Jonny Bowden, presented by Big Think, Interview transcript, starting minute 18:29 (5:16), 28:10 minutes duration, aired 10. February 2010
► Alternative viewing source: 5 Strategies for Preventing Heart Disease, YouTube film, 5:17 minutes duration, posted 23. April 2012
Cutting cholesterol is not the best way to protect yourself from America's leading cause of death.

 

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The parameters of stress

[*] Research shows that what is most stressful for people is:

  1. uncertainty,
  2. lack of information, (Secrecy vs. transparency)
  3. loss of (self)control,
  4. and lack of opportunity to express oneself.
Source: ► Audio presentation by Gabor Maté, M.D. drgabormate.com (*1944) Hungarian-Canadian addiction expert, Capitalism Makes Us Crazy: Dr. Gabor Maté on Illness and Addiction, presented by zvents.com, recorded by US American radio station KPFA PRX, Berkeley, California, minute 11:58, 29:00 minutes duration, aired 19. November 2011

Men's health within the domination system

In a society in which men are expected to be strong, independent, aggressive, and impervious to emotional
stress, it is inevitable that men’s health will suffer.

  • Boys are nine times more likely than girls to suffer from hyperactivity.
  • Young men are five times more likely to commit suicide than young women.
  • Men have far higher rates of substance abuse and antisocial personality disorder than women.
Source: ► William S. Pollack, Ph.D., US American assistant clinical professor of psychology, department of psychiatry,
Harvard Medical School, director of the Centers for Men and Young Men, director of Continuing Education, McLean Hospital,
Ronald F. Levant, New Psychotherapy for Men, John Wiley & Sons, 1st edition 15. January 1998
Reference: ► Book Richard Saul, M.D., US American pediatric neurologist, author, ADHD Does Not Exist. The Truth About
Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder
, HarperWave, 1st edition 13. March 2014, reprint edition 3. March 2015
HIGHLY overdiagnosed, Saul calls ADHD "neurochemical distractability/impulsivity".
See also: ► Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Männer – Men and ► Männerliteratur – Men's literature and ► Statistik – Statistics

 

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Early childhood experiences to the development of the brain:

ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder: 1. (General) poor impulse control, 2. Physical hyperactivity 3. Poor attention skills

 

Links zum Thema Gesundheit / Health

Literatur

Literature (engl.)

Cultural portals (memes) shape human biology and the ageing process.

Externe Weblinks


Gesundheitstipp Fingerhalten: Daumen – Selbstwert-Finger, Zeigefinger – Mut-Finger, Mittelfinger – Gelassenheits-Finger, Ringfinger – Gute Laune-Finger, Kleine Finger – Sonnenschein-Finger


Gesundheitstipps

1. Traubenkernextrakt also OPC
2. Homöopathisches Mittel: Okoubaka (Potenz D3)
3. MSM
4. 19 probiotische Kräuter und 7 probiotische Kulturen: Vita Biosa
5. Schindele's Mineralienpulver

Ekzeme

  • Austestung mit einem der bioelektrischen Verfahren (Elektroakupunktur, Vega Test, Kinesiologie o.ä.), um dem Erreger (Bakterien, Parasiten, Pilze, andere Auslöser) auszumachen. Schulmedizinische Medikamente gegen Pilzbefall  enthalten meistens den Wirkstoff "Nystatin", der nur in sehr wenigen Fällen wirklich hilft. Das Medikament "Nizoral" hilft eigentlich immer. Ekzem in der Scheide
  • Artikel Magnesiumöl wirkt wunderbar über die Haut!, präsentiert von der Schweizer ZeitenSchrift Nr. 81, 3. Quartal 2014


External web links (engl.)



Referencing the insights of Orthomolecular Medicine, Linus Pauling, Abram Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D. (1917-2009) Canadian psychiatrist, biochemist, agricultural chemist, medical activist et al.

Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine found that the brain is directly connected to the immune system by vessels previously thought not to exist.


 

Cures/Prevention

Garlic, 2 lemons, raw honey, 1 tsp baking soda

Health tips


Audio- und Videolinks

Audio and video links (engl.)

Audio and video links (engl.) – Health tips

Health benefits of coconuts and coconut products

Being true to oneself, vulnerable, transparent, stripping off the multiple masks, listening to the inner pilot radiate allows for core healing.


Audio and video links (engl.) – Gabor Maté

Alternative source: Attachment = Wholeness and Health or Disease, ADD, Addiction, Violence, presented by Touch the Future

Audio and video links (engl.) – Mario Martinez

Principles and decision-making of the immune system

  • Audio interview with Mario Martinez, PsyD, Uruguaian clinical neuropsychologist, contemplative psychologist, psycho-neuroimmunologist, author, Dr. Mario Martinez discusses The Mind Body Code, presented by US American web radio station KPFT Pacifica Radio, host Ernesto Aguilar, Houston, Mid May 2013, YouTube film, 1:16:23 minutes duration, posted 28. May 2013

Audio and video links (engl.) – Hans Rosling

Audios und Videos featuring Hans Rosling, M.D., Ph.D. (1948-2017) Swedish professor of global health, medical doctor, statistician, data visionary, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, public speaker
TypeOfferingHeadingSponsor ♦
Location♦P-Date
Minutes durationRelease date
YouTube videoPresentationNew insights on poverty and life around the worldTED Talks18:57Filmed March 2007
Posted June 2007
YouTube videoPresentationLet my dataset change your mindset, US State DepartmentTED Talks19:56Filmed June 2009
Posted August 2009
"Stop using the concept of "developing world". Development is a continuum. The world is CONVERGING (but not the lower billion)."  Minute 7:26
YouTube videoPresentationAsia's rise – how and whenTED Talks15:50Filmed and posted November 2009
YouTube videoPresentationThe good news of the decade?TEDX Talks15:36Filmed September 2010
Posted October 2010

 

Interne Links

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