A great article featuring a fellow student from my uni years!
As I walk by the rushing stream
And plan my life with dreams
I stop and watch the world go by
And often wonder why…
I invite you to finish the unfinished poem,
That pretty much sums it up. 4.5 years ago I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and unfortunately it drastically changed my life and the lives of those closest to me forever. So please he…
It’s here…it’s World Occupational Therapy day today! Supporting the day of global recognition for the profession.
We’re looking at the occupations in one day, from the moment we wake, until the moment we go to bed.
What do occupations mean to you? Feel free to share and discuss your ideas in the comments below.
Please accept my apologies for being a couple of days late for International Women’s Day . I have been very busy with Uni deadlines this weekend, but wanted to post something to raise awareness for women’s health. This is a great article from ‘Defeat Cancer’ – thank you.
Wishing all women good health on International Women’s Day!
To ensure good health, women need to take some precautions. Now let’s examine important warning signals for women’s cancers.
Rachel, one of the secretaries of the hospital, came crying to me that both her breasts become extremely painful particularly before menstrual periods. She was woried that she has cancer as one of her relatives was recently diagnosed.This is quite common and is due to hormonal changes along with menstrual cycle. The breasts become heavy, tender and the pain fully disappears after the periods start. This is not to be worried about as a sign of malignancy.
Let me give some practical information on early detection of breast cancer.
Breast Lump : Classically a painless lump in breast like a buried pea or sometimes larger like a grape, is one of the important signs of breast cancer. It…
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