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Alzheimer’s disease (diseases)

Alzheimer’s disease is a common form of dementia, a mental disorder. It was discovered as an ailment in 1906 by Alois Alzheimer, a German psychiatrist, hence the name. Alzheimer’s disease is often diagnosed in patients who are 65 years old and above. Although it may occur earlier, the obvious signs might more...

Cancer (diseases)

Cancer is one of the scariest words in the English language. In so many ways, cancer is a non-discriminatory disease. It strikes children, women, men, health fanatics, young, old, and anyone in between. The word cancer conjures up images of balding heads, nausea and vomiting, radiation treatments, and death. Cancer more...

Dementia (diseases)

Dementia can cause changes in a person's mood, behavior and personality. One of the early symptoms of dementia is a person's lack of ability to remember things. As it worsens, the person becomes unable of taking care of himself. Even worse, the difficulties of taking care of this person can more...

Glioblastoma multiforme (diseases)

There are many types of brain tumors. One type is classified as primary brain tumors, which develop within the brain itself, as differentiated from other tumors which spread and multiply from its origins in other parts of the body. GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME DEFINITION Primary brain tumors can either be benign or malignant. The more...

Hyperactivity (diseases)

Defining hyperactivity is difficult at best, as there are so many interpretations of the term, depending on the different behaviors of people. The root word “hyper” means “above”, and the closest, and most accurate definition of hyperactivity refers to any activity performed by a person that is considered above the more...