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medical history of a patient

What is the medical history of a patient and why it is used for

At the time when a person comes for the first time to take control of their health or solve an episode of illness, a personal and unique document that all data related to health will appear, either in a hospital, in a primary care center or in a medical office. If you do not know for sure what the medical history of a patient and why it is used for,…

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experiencing facial paralysis

7 signs that you may be experiencing facial paralysis

What is a facial paralysis? It is an acute syndrome that affects the facial nerve, producing weakness or temporary paralysis in the muscles of the face. It begins in the cerebral cortex, ending in the motor plates of the muscles. When an injury occurs somewhere along the path of the nerve, cerebral palsy occurs. There are multiple causes that cause an alteration of the facial nerve. Some of them have…

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pharmaceutical market

The challenges of medical translation

As the world population has almost doubled in 50 years, and the average lifespan is increasing, we are facing new diseases, pushing our biotechnology skills ever further and always going beyond the laws of nature. Today, it is estimated that more than a third of the global pharmaceutical market is in the hands of ten pharmaceutical companies, six of which are based in the United States and four in Europe….

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prescription correctly

How to make a prescription correctly

We all have encountered the need to buy medicine to solve a health problem. Many can be bought directly at any pharmacy, but those more specific needs a prescription to get them. Difficulties arise when the prescription, is not carried out correctly, which may result in the non-achievement of the product by the patient. It is necessary, therefore, to know how to make a prescription correctly to avoid such situations….

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assisted living

When You Should Consider Assisted Living

Considering assisted living is nothing to be ashamed of. Making the decision to move a loved one out of their home is a complex and fragile process – after all, home is where the heart is. Visiting a Mobility Showroom or viewing an array of nursing homes might help introduce the idea to both you, and the person you are helping. Let’s look at the bigger picture – although some…

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qualities of a nurse

10 qualities of a nurse to be a good professional

The nurse is one of the most comforting professions that exist. What better than working to help people? However, it is an activity not suitable for everyone. According to experts, these are the qualities of a nurse to be a good professional. Qualities of a Nurse 1. Communication Skills Strong communication skills are a basic foundation for any career. However, for nurses, it is one of the most important aspects…

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maca

Scientists discover that maca prevents Alzheimer’s

Science finds that maca prevents Alzheimer’s, a neurodegenerative disease that causes loss of memory and memories, among other consequences. Maca, originally from the Peruvian Andes, is a valuable plant for health. Considered a sacred food by the Incas, today maca is a superfood because of its high content of essential nutrients for the body (vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants …). An ally of the first order for the health that…

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preventive mastectomy

Preventive Mastectomy: Tightens the risk of breast cancer by 95%

Preventive mastectomy is surgery for the partial or total removal of one or both breasts in order to reduce the risk of breast cancer. A technique that can reduce risk by 95% in cases of genetic predisposition, as has been shown by science. In our country, Public Health carries out a genetic test in cases where it is detected that there is a genetic risk, although it is only applied…

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obstetrician

The where, when, why and who of fatherhood

When the time comes around for you to start your journey as a father, there are several considerations for you and your spouse to keep in mind for the road ahead. As the man in the relationship and the journey, there many things you will need to think about – above, beyond and alongside all the other matters you’ll need to go through, together, as a couple. Help isn’t always…

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spring asthenia

Spring Asthenia: What it is and how to overcome it

Spring asthenia is a transient disorder caused by seasonal changes. It manifests mainly with a feeling of weakness, accompanied by loss of appetite, problems to fall asleep and loss of concentration. The effects of asthenia are usually mild and relapse in less than two weeks. The arrival of spring, with more hours of daylight, is not always well received by those people most vulnerable to seasonal variations. Experts acknowledge that…

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