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World Anaesthesia Day

The infographic presents a historical journey how medicine taught us control our pain to celebrate the world anaesthesia day. To alleviate pain in patients, Inca shamans chewed leaves and let …

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Nobel Prize Winners for Medicine across 115 Years

The infographic shows the 13 Nobel Laureates whose contributions helped to shape medicine into what we know it as today. In 1895, Swedish scientist Alfred Nobel bequeathed 94% of his …

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How to Use Virtual Reality (VR) in Trade Shows

VR is the new standard for trade shows. It builds buzz, cuts out the commotion of trade shows and encourages users to make a purchase. So, how do you use …

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Why Cannabis is Medication worth Legalizing

28 states in the US, as well as many other countries around the world, have legalized medical marijuana – with some even legalizing the drug recreational use. Toronto Defence Lawyers …

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Fridge Repairs – How Much Does It Cost?

Refrigerators at home, in the office or an industry are usually the most overworked appliances. They are constantly running – day and night. The resultant consequence is that different parts …

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How to Clean Your Glass Top Stove in 7 Easy Steps

House cleaning is something we all have to do and here is a tip from the professional cleaners at The Maids in Cleveland. Most electric stoves have tops made of …

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Comparing PH Doctors Salary with Doctors in Other Countries

Apart from being noble in the public’s eye, the medical profession also comes with a lot of perks that are deemed reasonable in accordance to the weight of responsibilities that …

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5 of the World’s Deadliest Diseases in History

Humanity has survived many deadly diseases throughout history, thanks to discoveries and breakthroughs in the medical field. Unfortunately, bacteria and viruses also capable of mutating and adapting to the drugs …

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World No Tobacco Day

World No Tobacco Day occurs on 31 May every year, highlighting the health and additional risks associated with tobacco use. The theme this year is “Tobacco – a threat to …

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WHO says Asia’s Healthcare Costs will Rise Starkly over Next 10 Years

While Asia has made enormous leaps in economic progress by decreasing levels of poverty sharply, it also meant social and lifestyle changes such as diet change and increased urban pollution. …

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