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Attention – Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)


 

 Mr. Chawalit is a traffic police officer stationed in the beautiful city of Rotorua, New Zealand. Together with his wife Kimberly, they are proud parents to an extremely energetic ten-year-old boy, Nathen. While Nathan excels on the pitch as the star inside center of his school’s under eleven rugby football team, his academic struggle and…

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Grief vs Depression


 

 Grief vs. Depression Grieving is a normal process. Grief can even be healthy as it enables the individual to experience and attain closure of their feelings when they lose someone dear to them. Signs and symptoms of grief overlap with many of the symptoms we see in depressive disorder, such as feelings of hopelessness, sleep…

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Dietary Fiber: Key to Healthy Bowel


 

 Mr. Smith is a sixty-seven-year-old man who is an owner of a ranch located in Southern Australia. Today, at the urging of his wife, he visits the local clinic with the complaint of abdominal discomfort. It has been well over ten years since Mr. Smith has seen a healthcare provider for a checkup. He often…

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Endometriosis and Infertility


 

 Mrs. Chapman is a thirty-year-old English woman living in Singapore. Together with her husband, they are both proud owners of a popular British restaurant located in the beautiful and lively historic Clarke Quay riverside area. Her restaurant is always busy with loyal patrons visiting throughout the day to indulge in their traditional hearty English dishes…

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Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)


 

 In Thailand, there is an old adage of parents telling their children during meal time to sit up straight while eating or else they risk being reincarnated as a snake in their next life. While the goal of this saying may be for the parents to affectionately teach their children proper table manners, the consequences…

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