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Medical Student Syndrome

Medical Student Syndrome

Medical student syndrome “MSS” also named medical student disorder, medical student disease and hypochondriasis of medical students is a condition frequently reported in medical students nowadays. MSS is a constellation of psychiatric symptoms that affect the mood and behaviour of a medical student, especially during the first year of studying medicine. While Medical students are learn... »

Unborn baby DANCES and WAVES in womb in unbelievable 4D ultrasound scan

Unborn baby DANCES and WAVES in womb in unbelievable 4D ultrasound scan

This viral video shows how active unborn babies can be in the womb and it’s a lot of fun for expectant parents to watch This video of an unborn baby has had more than six million views – because the little one looks like it’s DANCING in the womb. The amazing footage is from a 4D ultrasound scan – and it really looks like the foetus is bopping away inside its expectant mum ,... »

179 Year Old Man Discovered in India – “Death Forgot Me”

179 Year Old Man Discovered in India – “Death Forgot Me”

A resigned shoemaker from northern India, Mahashta Mûrasi, claims he was conceived in January 1835, making him the oldest man on earth, as well as the oldest to have ever lived, by Guiness World Records. Indian officials claim, the man was conceived at home in the city of Bangalore on January sixth 1835, and is recorded to have lived in Vârânasî since 1903. He worked as a shoemaker in the city unt... »

Epistaxis – Nosebleeds

Epistaxis – Nosebleeds

Epistaxis is defined as bleeding from the nostril, nasal cavity, or nasopharynx. Nosebleeds are due to the bursting of a blood vessel within the nose. This may be spontaneous or caused by trauma. Nosebleeds are rarely life threatening and usually stop on their own. Nosebleeds can be divided into 2 categories, based on the site of bleeding: anterior (in the front of the nose) or posterior (in the b... »

Love Syndrome

Love Syndrome

Aetiology : Unkown Age of Onset : Teenage. Recent studies have shown that it may affect people upto 25 years of age. Risk Factors : The age itself is the major risk factor. Others include (a) Co-education (b) Cell Phones (c) Movies (d) Internet Of these the part played by the cell phones is note worthy. Pathology Multi Organ System Failure Clinical Features Symptoms A) The most common presenting f... »

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 ... »

Back Pain – Things You Should Know

Back Pain – Things You Should Know

The issue:  Back-pain sufferers frequently need their specialist to do something, quick. Also, for some individuals, that implies getting a X-beam or CT filter as quickly as time permits. Yet back pain ordinarily originates from muscle strains and typically clears up all alone in around a month. Getting tested sooner rarely helps specialists choose how to treat the issue. When you may require an i... »

How To Sleep Good

How To Sleep Good

How you feel amid your waking hours pivots enormously on how well you rest. Essentially, the cure for sleep troubles can regularly be found in your every day schedule. Your sleep plan, sleep time propensities, and regular way of life decisions can have a tremendous effect to the nature of your daily rest. The accompanying tips will help you improve your sleep so you can be beneficial, rationally s... »

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