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9 Tips for Working Through the Holidays as a New Nurse

    Life as a new nurse can be tough, and for any professional, so can working through the holidays. When combined, this can be a particularly challenging situation —  though not uncommon! As a new nurse this holiday season, you’ll want to remember that many of the nurses around you have gone through, or are currently […]

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    Better You

    Dental Implants: 3 Types And How To Choose The Best

    If your hair gets trimmed, it grows. If your nails get clipped, it grows. If your teeth get extracted, will they grow? Unfortunately, your teeth won’t grow back whatever magic spell and potions you use. However, there’s still a hope to get back the feeling of having natural teeth, and that’s the use of dental […]

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    Two Faced Edward Mordrake : Case of Craniopagus or Myth?

    As you know my condition is rare, because I was born with an extra limb in my body, a second face in the back of my head. It is a face that has always been there with the eyes open, as if was death. In 20 years of my life I never thought it would become so terrible until […]

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    Countries to look for after Postgraduate MD/MS

    After the MD/MS, Post graduate course in native countries like India, Nepal, Bangladesh; you have an option to practice in home country as a native doctor or look abroad to broaden your training, experience and horizon of career. Since the condition of medical sector is being destroyed gradually but consistently by deep rooted politics, corruptions, […]

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    How To Address These 4 Most Common Skin Conditions Among Women

    Everyone’s skin isn’t flawless. One way or another, people experience issues with their skin, either occurring once or chronically during their lifetime. With a multitude of factors that affect one’s skin health, such as heredity, ethnicity, diet, and nutrition, and hormonal change, women have had their fair share of skin problems.  In this article, you’ll […]

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    6 Tips To Prepare For Your Medical Internship

    Suppose you’re about to start your medical internship. In that case, you’re probably worried about how the work environment will be, how you’ll put the knowledge you gained in medical school into practice, and whether you’ll be able to balance it all. Coming straight out of medical school and entering a new world where you […]

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    USMLE Step 1 Study: Best resources

    USMLE is one of the most difficult exams and step 1 tests you meticulously for you basic science knowledge. Step 1 exam is based on disciplines namely: Pathology, Physiology, Pharmacology, Biochemistry and nutrition, Anatomy and embryology, Histology, cell biology, Behavioral sciences, Immunology and genetics. Uworld USMLE is basically the best known resource for preparing you […]

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    Down Syndrome Baby- 10 common queries

      Birth of a baby with down syndrome is a period of anxiety and breakdown to family members and most to the parents. It takes a while for them to accept the fact. Doctors role here, specially pediatrician becomes very important.  Genetic counseling with optimal carefulness should be carried out. But with positive hopes and inspirations, […]

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      Immediate problems in Preterm newborn: Parents

      Neonatology is a field of Pediatrics (Child Health) that deals with newborn babies till first 28 days of life. But the scope of the field is not limited to first month, there are premature babies who will be cared by a Neonatologist till fit for discharge and followed up till years later. A Neonatologist is […]

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