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The Importance of Screening and Early Diagnosis in Congenital Disorders

April 7, 2016 – 3:38 PM |

A 40 year old pregnant woman, gravida 2 and para 1 was diagnosed with pregnancy-induced hypertension and gestational diabetes mellitus during her antenatal visits to a private hospital. Routine fetal ultrasounds were performed during first …

How to Help Someone in a Psychiatric Hospital

November 9, 2014 – 8:45 PM |

Mental illnesses can be very serious and sometimes even life-threatening. For this reason, hospitalization is sometimes necessary. However, as a loved one of a person in a psychiatric hospital, it can be difficult to know …

In Perspective: Dilemmas of a Medical Student

November 8, 2014 – 11:36 PM | 2 Comments

Entering a med school is not an easy task. One has to work day in and day out to ace the MCAT exam, and if you think that this is it, I’m afraid you a …

The Need of the Hour – Revisiting the Importance of Counselling in Healthcare

September 22, 2013 – 6:34 PM |

Can counseling really make a difference? It was a cold night of my mid medical student life. I voluntarily made up my mind that year that I’ll make a list of all our classmates and …

Raising Children with Attention Deficit Disorder: A Test of Patience

September 9, 2013 – 10:28 PM |

Shehzad, engrossed in the beauty of the rainbow shadowed on the pond puddled by the footsteps of the passerby’s, hears being called out with a shrill voice that sounded quite familiar to him. But the …