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Adson Forceps: Their Role in Delicate Tissue Manipulation During Surgery

Did you know that the number of surgical procedures that are performed in the United States has been progressively increasing over the past decade? According to the National Center for Health Statistics, approximately 48 million surgical procedures are done annually. Surgery has become the definitive treatment of choice in several health-related problems such as tumours,

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Imaging Modalities in the Field of Medicine

Diagnostic imaging plays a pivotal role in the evaluation and diagnosis of disease. Studies show that medical imaging has significantly contributed to the advancement of medicine through disease prevention and specialized treatment. Currently, several medical practitioners use adjunct imaging modalities to determine the cause of disease and confirm a diagnosis. Thus, it is crucial to

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Eating Disorders and its effects

Teenagers and Eating Disorders: Prevention and Healthy Eating Habits

During puberty, teenagers experience dramatic changes in their bodies. These changes affect the way they look at themselves and often become a cause of concern about their appearance. This concern, added to the overreaching societal standards of beauty, may lead to an eating disorder, the most common being anorexia nervosa and binge-eating disorder. While there is no

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Invisible braces in Barnsley: stealth straightening

There’s something rather laughable about grown adults wearing braces. Braces are forever associated with adolescence, with being a nerdy geek at the front of the class, of being rubbish at sports, of not being in any way cool or self-possessed. None of these are attributes that grown-up people in careers want to have associated with

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Fix that failed bridge with dental implants in Barnsley

The trouble with bridges is that they break and when they break, people get left with an unsightly gap in their teeth and it can make it hard to eat and speak clearly. When a bridge fails, it’s often people’s first thought to get the damn thing fixed or get a new one, but there

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Walking with Support: Understanding Prescription Orthotics

Almost everyone has experienced foot pain at some point in their lives. A 2014 study from the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) reported that eight out of 10 (77 percent) of Americans suffer from foot ailments. Since the feet bear much of the body’s weight, it’s no wonder people often run into foot-related  problems. The World Stops

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