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NOI

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Common reasons for using self-medication are minor nature of illness and urgency to relive symptoms.
Table 1 shows that rural parents had significantly poor interpretation of nature of illness of their child compared to their urban counterparts in cases such as loose motions, respiratory distress, fever, swelling of body, convulsions, unconsciousness, and jaundice; and the observed difference was statistically significant (P < 0.05).
Melanie Schlatter will examine key studies from medical literature that highlight the supremacy of the mind over the intimidating nature of illness and disease, and how human thoughts have the capability to harness even beyond the imagination.
The shared nature of illness experiences for married persons led us to interview spouses conjointly.
Early On he provides a concise rationale for terms used and focuses on the subjective nature of illness and the process for individuals.
Medical understanding of the nature of illness has undergone a radical change.
MBS uses an enzyme-enhancement and electrochemical method, to detect the concentration of disease markers in the blood sample, which changes according to the level and nature of illness. Panasonic has successfully incorporated its cutting-edge nanotechnology to provide high-sensitivity measurement of various disease markers in around 20 minutes from one drop of blood sample.
Please include both positive and negative experiences, length of stay, nature of illness, years and any other memories.
SUSAN SONTAG'S FOURTH NOVEL joins a diverse collection of essays, stories, journalism, and plays, of which her books on the symbolic nature of illness (Illness as Metaphor and AIDS and Its Metaphors) may be best known to a general audience.