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Everyone will agree that nothing feels as good as a good night’s sleep. While we are in agreement that sleep is essential to our overall well-being, few of us actually get a sufficient amount of it. This March 19, 2013, seminar will illuminate the importance of sleep—how much is needed and why it is so
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For people with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), everyday tasks can be daunting. Symptoms such as fatigue, dizziness and stomach problems greatly impact quality of life. Patients with POTS may look healthy, but they say they feel terrible, making it hard for other people to understand. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks
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The midbrain is part of the brainstem. Pathology of the midbrain results in conditions such as Parkinson’s disease and Argyll Robertson pupil. Lesions to the brain stem results in midbrain syndromes including Weber’s Syndrome, Benedikt’s Syndrome and Parinaud Syndrome. Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCesNt4_Z-Pm41RzpAClfVcg/join Support me: 🖼️ Buy PDFs: http://armandoh.org/shop 💵
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So you want to be a neurosurgeon. Neurological surgery, or neurosurgery for short, is concerned with surgical interventions of the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. To become a neurosurgeon, you must complete a 7-year neurosurgery residency program after medical school which often includes one year of dedicated research time. This is the longest residency
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Here’s how to become more productive in 60 seconds. Peak productivity is built upon a foundation of intensity and focus. This is usually achieved by pushing hard for 5 or 6 days during the week and having one or two days on the weekend to destress. On peak days, start your day off with productive
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Wouldn’t it be so much easier if you could get through all those tedious reading assignments three times faster? Speed reading attempts to maintain skim-like reading speeds with reading-like comprehension. We accomplish this by finding ways to reduce comprehension minimally while increasing speed maximally. First, determine what type of reading you will perform and what
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Neurofibromatosis is a genetic disorder that causes tumors to form on nerve tissue throughout the body. Visit http://mayocl.in/2rc1kVs for more information on neurofibromatosis type 1 and type 2 care or request an appointment. Neurofibromatosis (NF-1) affects 1 in 2,500 people and often produces cutaneous tumors or tumors affecting the skin. Neurofibromatosis (NF-2) affects 1 in
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Should you listen to music while you study? As with most things in science, it depends. First, if you’re going to study with music, choose songs that lack vocals. Vocals are often distracting and much more likely to have a detrimental effect on your studying. Beyond that, choose instrumental music that you enjoy. Contrary to
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Here are six common reasons that medical school applicants get rejected. Number one, is a low MCAT score. Unless you have a strong GPA to compensate for a low MCAT score, you should consider retaking the test. Number two, is a low GPA – especially with a decreasing trend. An upward trend demonstrates improvement, resilience,
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More than 28-million Americans love to hit the links according to the National Golf Foundation. However, after a day on the course, some of them may wonder if the links hit back. Wrist and hand injuries are common. Why? And what can you do about them? Here’s Dennis Douda for Medical Edge
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For future doctors, there are few decisions as important or as nerve-wracking as deciding on a specialty. Here are a few questions to get you thinking and help narrow down your options: What are your areas of scientific and clinical interest? Do you prefer direct or indirect patient care? Do you want primarily a surgical
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Buy Images here: armandoh.org/shop “Large vessel vasculitis. Vasculitis is inflammation of the blood vessels resulting in damaged vessels leading to potential complication such as tissue ischaemia from lumen narrowing or from thromboembolic events from platelet consumption during vessel repair. Primary vasculitides are classified into the size of the blood vessels affected; large vessel, medium vessel
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This is how to cure your procrastination habit. First, break down your task into smaller bite sized pieces. Smaller tasks are less daunting, easier to plan for within a busy schedule, and you can overcome the activation energy of getting started. And we all know getting started is the hardest part. Second, set the bar
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Having vision problems? Do you see black or gray specks, strings or cobwebs that drift about when you move your eyes? It could be eye floaters. Eye floaters are more common as you get older and if you’re nearsighted. The biggest concern, they can cause retinal tears. And that can cause blindness, which is why
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Here are the top 5 doctor specialties with the highest hourly rate. Number five, cardiology. Cardiologists make an average salary of $490,000, and work an average of 58 hours per week, yielding an average hourly wage of $169 per hour. Number four, ear, nose, and throat. ENT physicians have an average salary of $469,000 per
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Buy PDFs here: http://armandoh.org/shop “The hypothalamic–pituitary–thyroid axis plays the major role in regulating thyroid hormone homeostasis in the body. The thyroid hormone are very important in fetal development and metabolism in adults. Important structures are the hypothalamus, pituitary gland specifically the anterior pituitary gland and the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is located at the
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The reason you’re not getting straight A’s has nothing to do with your intelligence, and everything to do with your study strategies. Here’s how. First, focus on active learning methods rather than passive ones. It will feel more challenging initially, but that means it’s working, and what you learn will actually stick. Second, ensure your
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