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Electroconvulsive Therapy (tests)

ECT DEFINITION Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a therapeutic procedure wherein electrical currents are passed through the brain in order to intentionally trigger a brief seizure. ECT seems to induce brain chemistry changes that can immediately reverse the symptoms of certain mental conditions. It's often used as a last resort when other more...

FDA Denies Effectiveness of Weight-Loss Drug Against Diabetes (article)

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is in the process of looking through three weight loss drugs on their agenda. Two of those have been rejected while the other is yet to be decided on. One of the weight-loss drugs that got a thumbs down rating is Arena Pharmaceuticals’ Lorcaserin, a more...



Sexual dysfunction is a major concern especially for professed machos of the world. Men have done everything just to retain their potency. As a result there, is always a demand for products that could enhance male machismo in the bedroom anew. more...

Hirsutism (diseases)

Hirsutism is a medical condition that affects 1 out of every 20 women in the United States to varying degrees. It is defined as the growth of thick body hair where it typically does not grow on women, such as the back, face, neck, chest, arms, legs, and abdomen. Hirsutism more...

Hypoglycemia (diseases)

Glucose, or blood sugar, is the body’s basic source of energy. Glucose gives the body its energy to run, play, work, sleep, and be functional, including its ability to think and use brain power. Without glucose, the body can’t do much of anything. Hypoglycemia is the condition when the body more...