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  1. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Warning Signs.

    Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Warning Signs.

    If you take medication and start feeling flu symptoms and getting a strange rash, it is something to be monitored closely, seek medical attention immediately if the rash persists or grows. Stevens-Johnson syndrome is a rare, serious disorder of your skin and mucous membranes. It’s usually a reaction to a medication or an infection. Often, Stevens-Johnson syndrome begins with flu-like symptoms,...

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  2. Are you farther than 1 hour from a Stroke Center?

    Are you farther than 1 hour from a Stroke Center?

    One-third of US population can’t be transported by ambulance to stroke center within one hour One-third of the US population does not have access to a primary stroke center within one hour by ambulance, and even under optimal conditions, a large proportion of the US would be unable to access a stroke center within this window, according to a new...

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  3. Anxiety and déjà vu: an interview with Dr Christine Wells, Sheffield Hallam University

    Anxiety and déjà vu: an interview with Dr Christine Wells, Sheffield Hallam University

    Interview conducted by April Cashin-Garbutt, BA Hons (Cantab) What is currently known about how and why déjà vu happens? It’s thought that the neural basis of déjà vu is located in the temporal lobes, a region of the brain strongly associated with the storage and retrieval of memories. One source of support for this is evidence from individuals with temporal...

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