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Merely passing in exams is not enough for students nowadays. Everyone wants to secure good grades, and so students preparing for an exam are often under a lot of pressure. Test anxiety is a common phenomenon …

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Springing to Life from the Abyss of Death: Courage is Greater than Cancer

January 12, 2016 – 8:31 PM | 2 Comments

Living with cancer is like a can of worms – looking well ostensibly, but getting destroyed inside the body. Helping and supporting cancer patients to improve their quality of life should be a human concern.
Cancer, …

The Stigma Encompassing Mental Health

September 25, 2014 – 11:40 PM |

We have heard a lot about the social stigma related to mental illness especially in societies like Pakistan where education and general awareness is not sufficient enough to deal with issues of mental disability. The …

Medical School: At Crossroads with Life

July 26, 2013 – 6:35 PM | 2 Comments

Her eyes conveyed a million unsaid thank you(s) as I stood there in the busy aisle holding up the saline drip which slowly and steadily entered her ailing husband’s veins. The ward was bustling with …

Essentials for Healthy Living: How to Manage Stress?

February 26, 2013 – 11:37 PM |

Problems are inevitable and so is the stress accompanying them. Or is it? Stress is a part and parcel of life indeed. It’s impossible to have come to the point of reading and understanding this …

Is “All Right” All Wrong?

January 21, 2013 – 6:13 PM |

“Case of electric shock, age 27, married and no vital signs when we got there. We immediately intubated him!” exclaimed the paramedical team while pushing the stretcher into the CPR room.