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Iodine Deficiency Disorder or IDD: A Public Health Problem in Many Countries
Oct 22, 2014
Iodine Deficiency Disorder is one of the many public health problems wherein most countries are affected.  Iodine is an essential part of the everyday diet but failed to reach and accommodate every household around the world.  This is the main reason why iodized salt is introduced to help combat IDD. 

World Osteoporosis Day: A Reminder to Love Our Bones
Oct 20, 2014
World Osteoporosis Day is celebrated today around the globe as a wake-up call for everyone to mind their bones and to take care of it to avoid this silent disease.

Tips for Nurses; How to Handle Needlephobic
Oct 17, 2014

Rett Syndrome: “Girls only”Autism
Oct 15, 2014

What are the symptoms and types of schizophrenia?
Oct 14, 2014
Schizophrenia may affect men and women alike, from all parts of the world.  

Schizophrenia: Not A Split-Personality Case
Oct 13, 2014
Schizophrenia is a complex mental disorder wherein the person is unable to distinguish between the real and unreal experiences. But schizophrenia is not the same with split personality or multiple-personality disorder.  

World Mental Health Day: Living with Schizophrenia
Oct 10, 2014

A Happy Nurse is a Dear Nurse for Everyone: 7 Tips To Be A Happy Nurse
Oct 9, 2014
A nurse with a smile in her face, and a happy mood will lighten the atmosphere in any patients environment.  Nurses should never forget to be happy despite the fact that they have workloads to finish in a very constraint shift schedules.

You Should Try This, Nurses!
Oct 8, 2014
Laugh the stress away, nurses.  Laughing does not only make you look young, it also makes a nurse feel great inside.

How is Breast Cancer Diagnosed?
Oct 7, 2014
Tests are done to diagnose if a person does have breast cancer.  This can vary to as simple as an x-ray of the breast to the extraction of tissues from the body.

The Pink Ribbon: Breast Cancer Awareness Month Part 2 (Stages of Breast Cancer)
Oct 3, 2014
Breast cancer stages are determined based on how large the tumor is, and how far the cancer cells have developed.

The Pink Ribbon: Breast Cancer Awareness Month (Part 1)
Oct 1, 2014
 The world celebrates annually Breast Cancer Awareness in October.  This is to keep everyone informed about the disease, and to provide support for those who are diagnosed with it.  Researches are also continually done to find cure for breast cancer. 

World Rabies Day
Sep 30, 2014

Bad Habits That Nurses Should Stop Rightaway
Sep 29, 2014
Nurses have bad habits that should be stopped rightaway.  These habits alter the professional image nurses pose to their patients, the hospital they're working at and to the whole healthcare workers.

The Battle is still on: Generic Drugs vs. Branded Drugs
Sep 26, 2014
What is the difference between the generic drugs and the branded drugs?  Do they really differ on how effective they are?


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