September 26, 2021
  • September 26, 2021

Eye problems

Dissociative seizures: causes, symptoms and treatment

by on September 24, 2021 0

Dissociative seizures are similar to epileptic seizures in that they cause episodes of involuntary movement and behavior. However, while epileptic seizures result from abnormal electrical signals in the brain, dissociative seizures occur for psychological reasons. Dissociative seizures can look like epileptic seizures, which means that many people are initially misdiagnosed. This can be harmful...

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MetroHealth’s ‘Hospital-at-Home’ Vision May Soon Move Even Inpatient or Critical Care Care to a Virtual Model

by on September 23, 2021 0

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The COVID-19 pandemic has forced hospitals across the United States to adapt a telehealth model to treat patients at home. MetroHealth seeks to make this change permanent with a bold new vision that could see everything from outpatient services to inpatient care for patients who never have to leave their homes....

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Dry Eye Disease Market Overview by Developments, Trends, Revenue, Competitive Landscape and Business Strategies by 2027 – Bulk Solids Handling

by on September 23, 2021 0

WMR World Cup Dry eye Marlet to study covers variables such as size, drivers, vulnerabilities, key players, segment overview and geographic outlook. The report includes in-depth analysis of current market dynamics along with historical statistics. The reports include data on the business environment, value / volume results, marketing tactics and expert insights. Market segmentation...

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Boston authorities plan to increase property fines

by on September 23, 2021 0

Boston city councilors plan to increase fines for owners of derelict properties tenfold. Councilors Lydia Edwards, Kenzie Bok and Liz Breadon presented a bylaw petition on Wednesday that would raise the city’s fine cap from $ 300 to $ 3,000. Edwards, the main sponsor, stressed that this would not increase the fines yet –...

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Suspected “black mold” problem in Sellery poses no serious danger · The Badger Herald

by on September 21, 2021 0

Staff at the University of Wisconsin dormitory refuted rumors spread across campus that Sellery was struggling with a “black mold” problem. Students raised concerns about an alleged “black mold” problem at the Sellery residence, with residents reporting an issue with clogged air conditioning units. According to Sellery Residence Life coordinator Naeelah Chism, these rumors...

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Treatment of pediatric RRMS (sponsored)

by on September 20, 2021 0

Important safety information You must not take GILENYA (fingolimod) if in the past 6 months you have had a heart attack, unstable angina, stroke or mini-stroke (transient ischemic attack or TIA) or certain types of heart failure. Do not take GILENYA if you have irregular or abnormal heart beat (arrhythmia), including a cardiac sign...

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