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Stroke-The Different Faces

Haemorrhagic Stroke If looks could kill! The look on his face was a reflection of the anger he felt in his chest: burning, a molten magma waiting to erupt. If not for the nagging headache throbbing away like a million Vuvuzelas in a South African stadium, he would have taught this idiot some lessons. Ten …

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Personal health record

Personal Health Record

The National Health Council recommends you to keep a personal health record and take it with you to your doctor. It’s one thing to document your medical information… It’s another to know when and how to use it. Welcome to MedicDrive, a collaborative project of medicdrive for advancing and educating about the role of Healthcare …

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Medicine 2.0 Blog Carnival

Medicine 2.0 Blog Carnival

Medicine is an ever-changing field and this is one sector which depends heavily on information access. But, unfortunately, suffers from Information Access Syndrome. We cannot access information about the health of a patient at the same speed as we could retrieve information about weather report or travel information. Web technology has been growing rapidly in …

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Migraine

Headaches vs Migraine

An Overview Of Primary Headaches There’s perhaps no medical terminology/condition— save for the “malarias,” and the “typhoids“—as abused as “migraine” by the uninitiated. Migraine has come to mean different things to different people: for some, it is any headache that is “severe” and perhaps incapacitating. To others, it is any headache that recurs habitually. With …

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Polycystic ovary syndrome

PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome)

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common condition that affects how a woman’s ovaries work. It occurs in about 20% of women and is one of the main causes of infertility. About half of women with PCOS do not show any symptoms. Women who show symptoms usually show at late teens or early twenties. The …

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