Upgrades in Pulmonary Technology!

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We visit Rex Wellness Center, the premier lung rehabilition center on the East Coast. We find out how those who suffer from lung diseases like "COPD", "Asthma" and "Lung Cancer" benefit from advances in technology. Nothing like modern medical technology to help you breathe better.

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      Luca De Baptistis

      It's always a good thing to see how technology can help people suffering diseas. I like on10, because it covers so many aspects of technology.
      Thank you guys (and girls of course)

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      Luca De Baptistis

      It's always a good thing to see how technology can help people suffering diseas. I like on10, because it covers so many aspects of technology.
      Thank you guys (and girls of course)

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      Barry Hawkey

      That was a good episode.  I even noticed the camera work and editing - looked professional and interesting.

      What were you doing in South Carolina, though?  Is on10 going to be sending you around the nation, now?  Is that the closest lung-testing machine to Seattle?

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      Barry Hawkey

      That was a good episode.  I even noticed the camera work and editing - looked professional and interesting.

      What were you doing in South Carolina, though?  Is on10 going to be sending you around the nation, now?  Is that the closest lung-testing machine to Seattle?

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      Chris Allen

      Nice work Tina!  Thanks for sharing the great information as I learned something new today.  It is amazing what the latest technology can do with regards to our health and wellbeing.  Oh, and I'm glad to hear you lungs are working as they should and love the nose pincher by the way, a real fashion statement.

       

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      Chris Allen

      Nice work Tina!  Thanks for sharing the great information as I learned something new today.  It is amazing what the latest technology can do with regards to our health and wellbeing.  Oh, and I'm glad to hear you lungs are working as they should and love the nose pincher by the way, a real fashion statement.

       

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      scratchex

      ROFL! this show really cracked me up. I'm sure if Laura was there it would've been a competition!

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      scratchex

      ROFL! this show really cracked me up. I'm sure if Laura was there it would've been a competition!

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      Rafael Nieves

      as my homies would say.... "word"

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      Rafael Nieves

      as my homies would say.... "word"

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      tina10
      I know please, what you guys didn't see was the third time I did it.  I set a record.  Okay, I'm lying...give me a break I lived in LA for quite a while.  Not exactly easy breathing down there.  I love this stuff.  Back in the day, you would have to get MRI's and all types of tests.  I was in and out in fifteen minutes.  Smiley 
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      Matthew Mushall

      Great segment, Tina.  It's nice to know you were back on this side of the country a while ago.  I think it's fantastic you and Laura get to travel and cover all this technology because you were always great journalist and hosts.  I give you credit for dealing with all that flying.

      I've always found medical testing a bit unnearving, but I must admit, I enjoyed watching you get tested.  LOL.  Very amusing performance.

      Anyway, great segment again...and cute outfit. Wink

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      Matthew Mushall

      Great segment, Tina.  It's nice to know you were back on this side of the country a while ago.  I think it's fantastic you and Laura get to travel and cover all this technology because you were always great journalist and hosts.  I give you credit for dealing with all that flying.

      I've always found medical testing a bit unnearving, but I must admit, I enjoyed watching you get tested.  LOL.  Very amusing performance.

      Anyway, great segment again...and cute outfit. Wink

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      Matthew Mushall

      I hate to think what all the smog in LA did to your lungs, girl.  I'm very happy to know you and Laura are now safe in Washington.  Though, I'm wondering how much safer you ladies really are considering all the travel you've been doing.

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      Matthew Mushall

      I hate to think what all the smog in LA did to your lungs, girl.  I'm very happy to know you and Laura are now safe in Washington.  Though, I'm wondering how much safer you ladies really are considering all the travel you've been doing.

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      Rafael Nieves

      did you get to keep the nose clip.... It's quite a fashion statement. lol

      Too bad they didn't use helium instead of nitrogen... THAT would have been hilarious!

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      Rafael Nieves

      did you get to keep the nose clip.... It's quite a fashion statement. lol

      Too bad they didn't use helium instead of nitrogen... THAT would have been hilarious!

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      mawcc

      Reminds me of this excellent "Garbage" song...

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      mawcc

      Reminds me of this excellent "Garbage" song...

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      Dengin

      The way she smokes? Not likely Smiley

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      Dengin

      The way she smokes? Not likely Smiley

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      Dengin

      [stupid comments about blowing and sucking removed]. This was another great segment. Working in the healthcare industry myself, these medical advances are a fascinating subject to me. What I'd like to see in future segments are the benefits this new technology offers over the traditional way in which things were done. Even if it's just a comparison in time and effort, or the ability of smaller clinics to offer services that patients could previously only get at larger hospitals.

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      Dengin

      [stupid comments about blowing and sucking removed]. This was another great segment. Working in the healthcare industry myself, these medical advances are a fascinating subject to me. What I'd like to see in future segments are the benefits this new technology offers over the traditional way in which things were done. Even if it's just a comparison in time and effort, or the ability of smaller clinics to offer services that patients could previously only get at larger hospitals.

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      Rafael Nieves

      "[stupid comments about blowing and sucking removed]"
      lmao - inevitable

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      Rafael Nieves

      "[stupid comments about blowing and sucking removed]"
      lmao - inevitable

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      Renee

      Wow! That was cool. technology sure has come a long way. It sure beat the ping pong ball test. lol Well, thats what i call it. You had to breath into a tube and see how high you got the ping pong ball up. That all i remember of that test becuase i was little at the time. Great show!

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      Renee

      Wow! That was cool. technology sure has come a long way. It sure beat the ping pong ball test. lol Well, thats what i call it. You had to breath into a tube and see how high you got the ping pong ball up. That all i remember of that test becuase i was little at the time. Great show!

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      Barry Hawkey

      Wow...over the last week, the "Laura" episodes have been averaging 38 replies each.  This "Tina" episode has only scored 15 so far.  Where's the love?  She went all the way to North Carolina!  And blew in a tube!

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      Barry Hawkey

      Wow...over the last week, the "Laura" episodes have been averaging 38 replies each.  This "Tina" episode has only scored 15 so far.  Where's the love?  She went all the way to North Carolina!  And blew in a tube!

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      Matthew Mushall

      For sure!  I heart Tina.

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      Matthew Mushall

      For sure!  I heart Tina.

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      Clint Comer

      I'm sure you did better than most geeks out there.

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      Clint Comer

      I'm sure you did better than most geeks out there.

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      Rafael Nieves

      I'm waiting for Tinas revenge in Attack of the clones....

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      Rafael Nieves

      I'm waiting for Tinas revenge in Attack of the clones....

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      Ian Aldridge

      I also heart Tina

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      Ian Aldridge

      I also heart Tina

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      Rafael Nieves

      i agree... you can tell who has the larger lung capacity by listening at the beginning of any segment. Tina usually talks Laura under the table before even taking one breath. Beats her on avg by about 53 words. Tina's Words Per Minute (WPM) is much higher.... 


      [Sidenote] I hope you don't believe I went back and counted words per minute... [/Sidenote]
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      Rafael Nieves

      i agree... you can tell who has the larger lung capacity by listening at the beginning of any segment. Tina usually talks Laura under the table before even taking one breath. Beats her on avg by about 53 words. Tina's Words Per Minute (WPM) is much higher.... 


      [Sidenote] I hope you don't believe I went back and counted words per minute... [/Sidenote]
      011011000110111101101100001011000010000001101101011000010110010001100101001000000111100101101111011101010010000001100100011001010110001101101111011001000110010100101110

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      Rafael Nieves

      hmmmm. looks like a bug.... need to break that up a bit.... binary's a *

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      Rafael Nieves

      hmmmm. looks like a bug.... need to break that up a bit.... binary's a *

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      Rafael Nieves

      a "beach"....

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      Rafael Nieves

      a "beach"....

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      Chris "Avid X" Erickson

      its not because of who they are its because of what the shows are about.

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      Chris "Avid X" Erickson

      its not because of who they are its because of what the shows are about.

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      Rafael Nieves

      That's why i waiting for "Tina's Revenge: Attack of The Clones" there is gonna be crazy george lucas graphics and clone warfare.

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      Rafael Nieves

      That's why i waiting for "Tina's Revenge: Attack of The Clones" there is gonna be crazy george lucas graphics and clone warfare.

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      Chris "Avid X" Erickson

      heheh.

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      Chris "Avid X" Erickson

      heheh.

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      "Lethal G3cko"

      For me, this was a special episode, because I have a rare-form of lung disease that still has not been properly diagnosed, for the past twenty-three years of my life. 

      Until my late teens, I went to The Children’s Hospital of Seattle and had to do the EXACT pulmonary-function test, Tina demonstrated in today's video.

      And to this day, I still have to go through that test at the UW Medical Center, each time I visit. 

      Believe it or not, my test results have always been less than normal (I'm jealous of the 79%).

      Thank you, Tina and 10 very, very much for making this segment. If my medical-content suggestion had anything to do with this segment being possible, that's awesome.

      This is my favorite video, by far.

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      "Lethal G3cko"

      For me, this was a special episode, because I have a rare-form of lung disease that still has not been properly diagnosed, for the past twenty-three years of my life. 

      Until my late teens, I went to The Children’s Hospital of Seattle and had to do the EXACT pulmonary-function test, Tina demonstrated in today's video.

      And to this day, I still have to go through that test at the UW Medical Center, each time I visit. 

      Believe it or not, my test results have always been less than normal (I'm jealous of the 79%).

      Thank you, Tina and 10 very, very much for making this segment. If my medical-content suggestion had anything to do with this segment being possible, that's awesome.

      This is my favorite video, by far.

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      "Lethal G3cko"

      Tina,

      Trust me when I say that I'm jealous of the 79%. Please read my above comment for more info.

      And thank you very much for hosting that segment and letting people know about some of the advances in pulmonary technology.

      It's my favorite episode, so far. =)

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      "Lethal G3cko"

      Tina,

      Trust me when I say that I'm jealous of the 79%. Please read my above comment for more info.

      And thank you very much for hosting that segment and letting people know about some of the advances in pulmonary technology.

      It's my favorite episode, so far. =)

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      Murad Jamal

      Thank you Tina for this cool medical session !! i loved it so much !!
      I appreciate your efforts you guys !!

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      Murad Jamal

      Thank you Tina for this cool medical session !! i loved it so much !!
      I appreciate your efforts you guys !!

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