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Pinched Nerve in Neck Nov 24, 2015

Pinched nerve in neck can cause severe pain in your arm, hand and even fingers, seek medical treatment to relieve the pain or go for surgery if it persists. View Full Article...

Concussions in Football Nov 23, 2015

Concussions in football are common but may lead to serious complications. Watch out symptoms like slurred speech, memory loss and quit the sports soon to avoid further injuries. View Full Article...

Dizziness After Eating Oct 11, 2015

Dizziness after eating can be caused by various conditions such as gastritis, postprandial hypotension, or even medication. Try these 8 remedies to prevent it. View Full Article...

Early Onset Parkinson's Disease Sep 18, 2015

Early onset Parkinson’s disease happens to younger people. Here are the signs of Parkinson’s disease in people who are diagnosed between the ages of 21 and 40. View Full Article...

How Many Cranial Nerves Are There? Sep 08, 2015

How many cranial nerves are there? There're 12 cranial nerves on each side of the brain, and these have branches that supply different parts of the head, neck and other parts of the body. View Full Article...

Spinal Cord Cross Section Sep 07, 2015

From spinal cord cross section, you'll see gray matter shaped like a butterfly surrounded by white matter which consists of interneurons, neurons, and glial cells. View Full Article...

Anterior Cerebral Artery Sep 03, 2015

A normal functioning anterior cerebral artery is essential to keep the body’s system working. Any occlusion may lead to unwanted conditions. View Full Article...

Posterior Cerebral Artery Aug 25, 2015

Posterior cerebral artery is vital for adequate blood flow to the brain. Any obstruction or occlusion in this artery may result in various disorders. View Full Article...

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Aug 21, 2015

Tarsal tunnel syndrome is caused by anything that produces compression on the posterior tibial nerve. Exercise could be performed by yourself to relieve the symptoms. View Full Article...

Dandy-Walker Syndrome Aug 21, 2015

Dandy-Walker Syndrome is a congenital malfunction of the brain that involves the cerebellum and the fourth ventricle. Symptoms include convulsions, vomiting, irritability, etc. View Full Article...

 
 
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