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I'm trying to find web sites that have lay oriented digital video clips dealing with the heart and heart diseases, especially arteriosclerosis. I thought this would be a "no brainer" since both HotBot and Altavista have the capability of restricting to video/move clips. But I'm really not turning up much other than  hhh.heartpoint.com.  Any ideas/good web sites on this??

TIA, 

Julie Smith, MLS
St. Josepg Hospital
Orange, California

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