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  • Melanoma: a cruel cutaneous cancer

    Skin, the largest part of the human integumentary system, protects the body from various kinds of damages like loss of water or abrasions, helps in protecting tissues, regulating temperature et al. Clear skin is something that not only the ladies fancy but men as well. But what happens should your skin complexion changes?

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  • Football – “Am I Injury Prone?”

    Football is considered as the most popular, followed and beautiful game in the world. With the excitement, thrill and vigor involved in the game coupled with the actions and movements of the players, injuries are bound to take place.

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  • Multiple Personality Disorder – not just any dissociation!

    Dissociative Identity Disorder or Multiple Personality Disorder is a much severe form of this dissociation where a person seems to lose control over one’s actions, feelings, thoughts or sense of identity.

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  • Autistic Spectrum Disorders

    ASDs are more common in boys than girls and affect around one percent of the population worldwide. ASDs include conditions such as autism and Asperger syndrome. The word 'spectrum' is used because the symptoms of ASDs vary widely in nature and severity between people who are affected.

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  • Tennis elbow: can happen to anyone!

    You may not play tennis or may not be involved in painstaking load work that affects your arm, still may face severe pain in the fore arm. This may be a phenomenon that goes by the name of ‘tennis elbow’. Also known as epicondylitis, it is a common injury that may occur due to overuse of or strain on the arm muscles that connect to the elbow. Tennis elbow gets this name from the sport as it is very common in tennis players. Not that only they are prone to this disorder but any activity involving gripping, bending, or turning the wrist may lead to this injury.

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