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PDHPE Movie | A Typical Drug Addict: ICE

0 PDHPE Movie | A Typical Drug Addict: ICEFIRST; WATCH IN 1080p
AFTER A GAZILLION ATTEMPTS TO UPLOAD THIS MOVIE; Connection Interruption, Processing Failed, Comes this Amazing movie for our PDHPE Assessment task. This video is about Drugs and us Portraying a way to present them in an Entertainment Fashion.
PakiiProductions Presents ‘A Typical Drug Addict: ICE’. This video also uses the drug Tobacco, but mainly focuses on a boy named Hamed who is influenced by his Friend ‘Karim’ to take drugs. He is met up with a gang of drug dealers Smoking cigarettes and Bong. What will happen to such an innocent boy….. Find out NOW !

This video is for entertainment use only. Please do not smoke and never do. Smoking kills.

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International Day against Drug Abuse-Iran Today-07-03-2012

0 International Day against Drug Abuse Iran Today 07 03 2012Modern medicine is yet to find a cure for a devastating disease that affects the mind even more than it does the body.

Every year up to 270 million people have a brush with this terrible infliction, at least that’s how many cases are reported.

Many of them never return to life as they knew it, they lose everything they have, and a quarter of a million of them lose their lives.

Unlike many diseases that are more likely to take down the elderly or the poor, this one is more likely to afflict the young, and surprisingly, those from higher income families living in developed nations. Drug addiction is a disease of the mind that threatens every society in the world.

War torn Afghanistan is where most of these drugs are produced, and Iran, which shares more than 900 kilometers of border with this country, is the main transit route for the trafficking of drugs to Europe.

Iran has fought long and hard to change that, so in this edition of the show we will be talking about Iran’s struggle with the drug trade in honor of the International Day against Drug Abuse.

Watch this video on our website: http://www.presstv.ir/Program/249292.html

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Shahid Munir- A Model in Recovery from Diabetes

0 Shahid Munir  A Model in Recovery from DiabetesDiabetic’s Institute Pakistan (DIP) is the leading organization for Diabetes Management, Treatment, Education and Counseling in Pakistan. Dr. Sadaqat Ali, Project Director of DIP, laid its foundation in June 1997. We have a prolific team of highly qualified and experienced Diabetologists, Diabetes Educators, Psychologists and Counselors. Today, DIP continues to provide world-class diabetes care, education, publications and research that meet the needs of patients and their families. We continue to shape the community and help people live well with diabetes. The Institute was founded on the belief that the key to success of diabetes treatment is with patient-empowerment with diabetes education and life style change.

People who get diabetes are strangely blessed for the rest of their lives. We believe that persons suffering from it can lead a beautiful, healthy life. A life that is even better than the one they had before developing this disease. This is achieved as a by-product of the lifestyle change diabetes-management entails. This change is conducive to prevention/ management of other health concerns such as: stress-management, heart disease, obesity etc. Education is imperative for the effective management of this chronic disorder. Diabetic’s Institute conducts seminars, awareness programs and educational sessions for patients and their families.

When diabetes hits home you need to talk to somebody who is knowledgeable and empathetic. There is a 24 hours helpline to give situational solutions. Education and counseling have made it easy for our patients; managing diabetes is no more a problem. Diabetes is a disorder which, if managed well, does not remain a dis-ease. Therefore, we are always there to direct our clientele towards a joyous present and an even better future. Simply because WE CARE!

Diabetes affects more than 10 million children and adults in Pakistan — 7% of the population. Moreover, recent studies show that caring for the type 2 epidemic in the world exacts a heavy financial toll of $174 billion a year, nearly as much as the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Global War on terrorism combined entail.

It is exciting to witness the evolution of diabetes care at the Institute. This chronic illness, unfortunately, can also lead to the development of heart disease. Our Diabetes Heart Center addresses to this concern; advancing into innovative treatments to enhance the lives of our patients and their families, and consequently, making a significant impact on a major public health concern.
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Aneela Sadiq- A Model in Recovery from Diabetes

0 Aneela Sadiq  A Model in Recovery from DiabetesDiabetic’s Institute Pakistan (DIP) is the leading organization for Diabetes Management, Treatment, Education and Counseling in Pakistan. Dr. Sadaqat Ali, Project Director of DIP, laid its foundation in June 1997. We have a prolific team of highly qualified and experienced Diabetologists, Diabetes Educators, Psychologists and Counselors. Today, DIP continues to provide world-class diabetes care, education, publications and research that meet the needs of patients and their families. We continue to shape the community and help people live well with diabetes. The Institute was founded on the belief that the key to success of diabetes treatment is with patient-empowerment with diabetes education and life style change.

People who get diabetes are strangely blessed for the rest of their lives. We believe that persons suffering from it can lead a beautiful, healthy life. A life that is even better than the one they had before developing this disease. This is achieved as a by-product of the lifestyle change diabetes-management entails. This change is conducive to prevention/ management of other health concerns such as: stress-management, heart disease, obesity etc. Education is imperative for the effective management of this chronic disorder. Diabetic’s Institute conducts seminars, awareness programs and educational sessions for patients and their families.

When diabetes hits home you need to talk to somebody who is knowledgeable and empathetic. There is a 24 hours helpline to give situational solutions. Education and counseling have made it easy for our patients; managing diabetes is no more a problem. Diabetes is a disorder which, if managed well, does not remain a dis-ease. Therefore, we are always there to direct our clientele towards a joyous present and an even better future. Simply because WE CARE!

Diabetes affects more than 10 million children and adults in Pakistan — 7% of the population. Moreover, recent studies show that caring for the type 2 epidemic in the world exacts a heavy financial toll of $174 billion a year, nearly as much as the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Global War on terrorism combined entail.

It is exciting to witness the evolution of diabetes care at the Institute. This chronic illness, unfortunately, can also lead to the development of heart disease. Our Diabetes Heart Center addresses to this concern; advancing into innovative treatments to enhance the lives of our patients and their families, and consequently, making a significant impact on a major public health concern.
Contact us 042-111-111-347

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Alcohol is a Lie! (First Ever Video on Alcoholism)

0 Alcohol is a Lie! (First Ever Video on Alcoholism)Dr. Sadaqat Ali, a graduate from Dow Medical College, Karachi is a renowned professional in the field of addiction psychiatry. He has a background of training at “HAZELDEN” and “Vital Smarts”, USA. Dr. Sadaqat Ali is the Project Director of WillingWays (Pvt.) Limited, Pakistan and is a sought after speaker who promotes new scientific solutions for persistent and profound problems.
He is running a number of national facilities. Willing ways for outdoor and Turning Point for indoor treatment of addiction and alcoholism.
(You can visit

http://www.easyinterventions.com

http://www.willingways.org

http://www.turningpoint4you.com)

All these facilities operate nationally at Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad & Murree.
Dr. Sadaqat has been interviewed in the print media extensively. He appears frequently on national TV channels and energizes the viewers with his charisma and oratory by expressing his views on drug addiction, alcoholism, compulsive gambling, suicide prevention, home runaway, career coaching, financial fitness, weight loss, phobias, choosing a life partner, marital relationships, infidelity, terrorism, fear & stress management, power to change, codependence, grief recovery, generation gap and how to cope with difficult people.
He visited the United States under the auspices of the “International Visitors Program” of the United States Information Agency (USIA) in 1992 on the invitation of Mr. Nicholas Platt, American ambassador to Pakistan. His name was included in international “Who is who” professional’s directory in 1999.
For details visit our website, http://www.easyinterventions.com. You can email Dr. Sadaqat Ali at smartworks786@hotmail.com. He can be contacted through Executive PR Mr. Mohsin Nawaz (0300-7413639 & 0322-7413639

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Azizi drug user, Gulzar Goli Hasb e haal

0 Azizi drug user, Gulzar Goli Hasb e haalhttp://azizifun.blogspot.com Azizi Gulzar Goli | nashai drug addicted Hasb e Haal

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Willing Ways Grooms Runaway Children (Session 11) Part 1

0 Willing Ways Grooms Runaway Children (Session 11) Part 1Dr. Sadaqat Ali, a graduate from Dow Medical College, Karachi is a renowned professional in the field of addiction psychiatry. He has a background of training at “HAZELDEN” and “Vital Smarts”, USA. Dr. Sadaqat Ali is the Project Director of WillingWays (Pvt.) Limited, Pakistan and is a sought after speaker who promotes new scientific solutions for persistent and profound problems.
He is running a number of national facilities. Willing ways for outdoor and Turning Point for indoor treatment of addiction and alcoholism.
(You can visit

http://www.easyinterventions.com

http://www.willingways.org

http://www.turningpoint4you.com)

All these facilities operate nationally at Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad & Murree.
Dr. Sadaqat has been interviewed in the print media extensively. He appears frequently on national TV channels and energizes the viewers with his charisma and oratory by expressing his views on drug addiction, alcoholism, compulsive gambling, suicide prevention, home runaway, career coaching, financial fitness, weight loss, phobias, choosing a life partner, marital relationships, infidelity, terrorism, fear & stress management, power to change, codependence, grief recovery, generation gap and how to cope with difficult people.
He visited the United States under the auspices of the “International Visitors Program” of the United States Information Agency (USIA) in 1992 on the invitation of Mr. Nicholas Platt, American ambassador to Pakistan. His name was included in international “Who is who” professional’s directory in 1999.
For details visit our website, http://www.easyinterventions.com. You can email Dr. Sadaqat Ali at smartworks786@hotmail.com and you can join him on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/Drsadaqatali.
He can be contacted through Executive PR Mr. Mohsin Nawaz (0300-7413639 & 0322-7413639)
For Details about this Event go to: http://willingwaystoday.willingways.org/?p=14

Duration : 0:14:19

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Willing Ways Grooms Runaway Children (Session 9)

0 Willing Ways Grooms Runaway Children (Session 9)Dr. Sadaqat Ali, a graduate from Dow Medical College, Karachi is a renowned professional in the field of addiction psychiatry. He has a background of training at “HAZELDEN” and “Vital Smarts”, USA. Dr. Sadaqat Ali is the Project Director of WillingWays (Pvt.) Limited, Pakistan and is a sought after speaker who promotes new scientific solutions for persistent and profound problems.
He is running a number of national facilities. Willing ways for outdoor and Turning Point for indoor treatment of addiction and alcoholism.
(You can visit

http://www.easyinterventions.com

http://www.willingways.org

http://www.turningpoint4you.com)

All these facilities operate nationally at Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad & Murree.
Dr. Sadaqat has been interviewed in the print media extensively. He appears frequently on national TV channels and energizes the viewers with his charisma and oratory by expressing his views on drug addiction, alcoholism, compulsive gambling, suicide prevention, home runaway, career coaching, financial fitness, weight loss, phobias, choosing a life partner, marital relationships, infidelity, terrorism, fear & stress management, power to change, codependence, grief recovery, generation gap and how to cope with difficult people.
He visited the United States under the auspices of the “International Visitors Program” of the United States Information Agency (USIA) in 1992 on the invitation of Mr. Nicholas Platt, American ambassador to Pakistan. His name was included in international “Who is who” professional’s directory in 1999.
For details visit our website, http://www.easyinterventions.com. You can email Dr. Sadaqat Ali at smartworks786@hotmail.com and you can join him on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/Drsadaqatali.
He can be contacted through Executive PR Mr. Mohsin Nawaz (0300-7413639 & 0322-7413639)
For Details about this Event go to: http://willingwaystoday.willingways.org/?p=14

Duration : 0:19:32

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Mohsin Nazir Burki- A Model in Recovery from Diabetes

0 Mohsin Nazir Burki  A Model in Recovery from DiabetesDiabetic’s Institute Pakistan (DIP) is the leading organization for Diabetes Management, Treatment, Education and Counseling in Pakistan. Dr. Sadaqat Ali, Project Director of DIP, laid its foundation in June 1997. We have a prolific team of highly qualified and experienced Diabetologists, Diabetes Educators, Psychologists and Counselors. Today, DIP continues to provide world-class diabetes care, education, publications and research that meet the needs of patients and their families. We continue to shape the community and help people live well with diabetes. The Institute was founded on the belief that the key to success of diabetes treatment is with patient-empowerment with diabetes education and life style change.

People who get diabetes are strangely blessed for the rest of their lives. We believe that persons suffering from it can lead a beautiful, healthy life. A life that is even better than the one they had before developing this disease. This is achieved as a by-product of the lifestyle change diabetes-management entails. This change is conducive to prevention/ management of other health concerns such as: stress-management, heart disease, obesity etc. Education is imperative for the effective management of this chronic disorder. Diabetic’s Institute conducts seminars, awareness programs and educational sessions for patients and their families.

When diabetes hits home you need to talk to somebody who is knowledgeable and empathetic. There is a 24 hours helpline to give situational solutions. Education and counseling have made it easy for our patients; managing diabetes is no more a problem. Diabetes is a disorder which, if managed well, does not remain a dis-ease. Therefore, we are always there to direct our clientele towards a joyous present and an even better future. Simply because WE CARE!

Diabetes affects more than 10 million children and adults in Pakistan — 7% of the population. Moreover, recent studies show that caring for the type 2 epidemic in the world exacts a heavy financial toll of $174 billion a year, nearly as much as the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Global War on terrorism combined entail.

It is exciting to witness the evolution of diabetes care at the Institute. This chronic illness, unfortunately, can also lead to the development of heart disease. Our Diabetes Heart Center addresses to this concern; advancing into innovative treatments to enhance the lives of our patients and their families, and consequently, making a significant impact on a major public health concern.
Contact us 042-111-111-347

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Child Suicide Bombers in Training

0 Child Suicide Bombers in TrainingWe went to Beirut to shoot a skate video; while there we discovered the “PLO boy scouts,” a group of children being trained to be suicide bombers.

Hosted by Shane Smith, Spike Jonze and Jesse Pearson

Originally aired in 2007 on http://VICE.com

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Duration : 0:6:38

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