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Diclofenac

Diclofenac: When and how to use?

What is it? Diclofenac is a phenylacetic acid derivative, also regarded as a drug that demonstrates high efficacy after oral administration in the treatment of pain and physical disability in rheumatic diseases. Because of the adverse effects related to using diclofenac, it’s necessary to think about all known drug safety information before the drug is …

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PCOS

Tips for the girls to deal with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

“I hate the time of my periods”, said almost every girl ever… There are very few girls who do not have any other physical or emotional effects during their periods. Most experience cramps or heightened emotions which tend to be quite a nuisance throughout the day. It is so easy to complain about periods when …

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doctors risk

Are doctors at any higher risk of catching infectious diseases compared to the general population?

Are doctors at any higher risk of catching or dying of infectious diseases or a superbug than the general population? And if so, what specialties are more at risk for this? We’d naturally assume it’s anyone working within a hospital, right? One thing that made me start thinking about this is the recent nuclear explosion …

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Neuro-rehabilitation for paralysis patients

Neurological disorders like paralysis are one of the leading ailments among chronic disorders. Paralysis is the partial or complete loss of muscle function in the body. This occurs when the passage of messages between the brain and the muscles is defective. Currently, there is no cure for paralysis. In some cases, control returns on its …

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