Good medical morning! This is Watson from World’s Greatest Medical and Today we are going to learn a little about lipomas! We are also going to tell you a little about our YouTube future, so stick around.
So What is a lipoma?
A lipoma is a growth of fatty tissue that slowly develops under your skin. People of any age can develop a lipoma, but children rarely develop them. A lipoma can form on any part of the body, but they typically appear on the:
They’re classified as benign growths, or tumors, of fatty tissue. This means a lipoma isn’t cancerous and is rarely harmful. Older dogs are very susceptible to lipomas. Does anyone have a pet with a lipoma or tumor? Leave them as a comment below.
While I show you some lipoma highlights, I want to tell you a little about our constant struggle with YouTube. We always try to follow their guidelines for medical content and keep our videos educational and not too extreme. However, sometimes they throw us curveballs that don’t make sense. They deleted two of our large channels, the original All Star Medical and All Star Medical’s Dermatology channel. They had almost 80,000 and 70,000 subscriber respectively. They also had over 100,000,000 views.
They gave no specific reason, but and the channels had no copyright or community guideline strikes. It’s just hard to be a creator when channels are deleted without explanation. They also deleted Jim Nduruchi’s channel for no reason, but ultimately restored it upon appeal. Similarly, they once suspended Sandra Lee’s channel, but lifted the suspension upon our appeal. Click like if you are happy that Adam help save Dr. Lee’s channel.
The bottom line is that it is a hard platform to work with. Many YouTubers make ad revenue. We have one medical channel with 200,000 subscribers that made ten cents in ad revenue last month.
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Thanks again for watching. We hope you enjoyed seeing pictures and removal of some interesting lipomas. Subscribe for new videos every week, as we intend to bring you the best medical education videos that we can.