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Top 10 Neurological Conditions That Affect Memory

Top 10 Neurological Conditions That Affect Memory

While aging does attribute to memory loss, certain neurological conditions can result in more severe memory problems: 1. Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia Alzheimer’s disease is a form of dementia: a neurological condition where patients have a faster rate of brain cell loss. Memory loss grows increasingly worse with Alzheimer’s disease, resulting in patients being unable to recognize family members in... »

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7 Reasons To Study Medicine

Why study medicine? you may ask. The course accompanies close unthinkable section prerequisites, troublesome substance, a strong measure of contact hours, no less than five years of study (extravagant!), and you’ll be proceeding onward to an amazingly requesting calling. However in the event that you think you’ve got the capacity and the commitment, or recently require some delicate influence, her... »

5 Traits Every Premed Should Avoid

5 Traits Every Premed Should Avoid

Avoid arrogance Premed is one of the harder majors in college and we are known to most of the rest of the college community as the hard-workers who many times give up doing more fun things in order to succeed in our courses. So naturally it is easy to feel as if we are better than other students. This is something that needs to be avoided because arrogance is a disabling trait that will not help y... »

5 Things High School Students Should Know About Medical School

5 Things High School Students Should Know About Medical School

It’s never too early to start preparing to become a doctor. Nevertheless, preparing does not mean worrying. Here are 5 things high school students should know about medical school to calm their anxiety while being better equipped. 1. Be prepared to study differently in college In high school, you are assigned homework and tested frequently. In college, homework is not very common and usually there... »

Migraine

Tips for how to control Migraine

Migraine is a primary headache disorder characterized by recurrent headaches that are moderate to severe. Typically, the headaches affect one half of the head, are pulsating in nature, and last from two to 72 hours. Associated symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, andsensitivity to light, sound, or smell. The pain is generally made worse by physical activity. Up to one-third of people have an aur... »

Definition Of Love For Medical Students

Definition Of Love For Medical Students

Definition : A Serious Disorder Of The Heart Due To Relationship Between A Male and A Female Which Can Sometime Cause Death Of 1 Or Both Depending On The Resistance Associated. Types: – 1 Way – 2 Ways Age And Risk Factors : Usually Occurs After Puberty But Recent Studies Revealed That It Can Happen In Any Age Group Even In Children. Sites Affected: Brain And Heart Etiology: – Tim... »

Paralyzed Surgeon but still working!

Paralyzed Surgeon but still working!

A Missouri surgeon paralyzed in 2010 is continuing to operate on his patients — from a stand-up wheelchair. Dr. Ted Rummel experienced a blood-filled cyst on his spine burst, leaving him unable to move any part of his body below the waist. He is paralyzed from the waist down after his illness. He now performs procedures on patients’ hands, elbows, feet, knees and ankles from his sitting whee... »

7 Subtly Romantic and Medical Ways to Say “I Love You”

7 Subtly Romantic and Medical Ways to Say “I Love You”

There’s a lot of cheesy chemistry and biology pick up lines and ways to say I love you. A couple of my favorites are “I wish I were DNA helicase so I could unzip your genes” and “You’re the sodium to my chloride.” But what about more complex areas of science? here’s some ways to say you care on a physiological level. 1. You make me have premature ventricular contractions. In premature ventricular ... »

Surgical site infection and its associated factors following cesarean section: a cross sectional study from a public hospital in Ethiopia

Surgical site infection and its associated factors following cesarean section: a cross sectional study from a public hospital in Ethiopia

  by Kelemu Abebe Gelaw, Amlaku Mulat Aweke, Feleke Hailemichael Astawesegn, Birhanu Wondimeneh Demissie and Liknaw Bewket Zeleke Abstract Background A cesarean section is a surgical procedure in which incisions are made through a woman’s abdomen and uterus to deliver her baby. Surgical site infections are a common surgical complication among patients delivered with cesarean section. Fu... »

Meds Students for Africa!

Meds Students for Africa!

Medical bond between Africa and Poland Poland, a Central European country that consists of 38.5 million inhabitants, has never had close ties with Tanzania in Eastern Africa. Who would have thought that a unique bond between those two countries, undoubtedly beautiful but also different, will form? For the last two years, medical students from Warsaw Medical University have been traveling to Moshi ... »

Top 15 Hospitals in the World

Top 15 Hospitals in the World

In health care, like in many things, quality is important. Whether it’s the education of the physicians, the competency of the specialists, or the compassion of the nurses, every detail can make the difference in patient outcomes. While the work of all health care workers is greatly appreciated, there are some facilities which on the whole, can be rated above others in terms of being of the finest... »

5 of the Most Gruesome Experiments Carried Out On Humans By The Government

5 of the Most Gruesome Experiments Carried Out On Humans By The Government

Science can only make progress through trials and experiments. It is done to ensure that the specific study or vaccine is safe for replication. As time progressed, research ethics as well as experiments on humans started to boom. Prisoners, slaves and even enemies were subjected to experiments that were inhumane and risky. Their emotional or physical health were never taken into consideration and ... »

Why America steals doctors from poorer countries

Why America steals doctors from poorer countries

There is one thing we can all agree on, surely. The US system of higher education is the best in the world. Harvard, MIT, Princeton and the rest dominate the league tables. Of course Oxford and Cambridge poke their Hogarthian noses in too, but all surveys suggest that around 75% of the world’s best universities are in the US. But what do these universities do so well? Publishing attention-gr... »

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