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  • Risks of Self Medication

    Self-medication can be defined as the use of medicinal products to treat self-recognized disorders or symptoms, or the intermittent or continued use of a prescribed medication for chronic or recurring diseases or symptoms. It could also include the use of medication of family members.

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  • Alzheimers Disease

    Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia. Dementia is the medical term used to describe a number of conditions that cause a change in the way the brain works. These changes can cause memory problems and can alter a person’s behaviour and emotions. The person may also have problems making decisions and solving problems, or be unable to carry out usual daily activities, such as getting dressed, eating or driving. The effects of dementia are different for each individual.

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  • Dyslexia

    Dyslexia is a specific learning difficulty that affects the development of language-based skills, including reading, spelling and writing.

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  • World Glaucoma Day

    March 12 is celebrated as World Glaucoma Day every year to highlight the symptoms and cure for the eye disease that afflicts thousands.

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  • Emergency Life Support

    Emergency life support is a set of actions that can keep a patient alive until professional help arrives.

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