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Neurotransmitters and Depression

Neurotransmitters and brain chemicals which allow communication between neurons a type of brain cell. The neurotransmitters that play an important role in depression include: Acetylcholine Serotonin Norepinephrine Dopamine Recent findings in depression suggest a dysregulation in the…

ADHD and the Benefits of Reading

  It is a common belief that smart devices such as the Iphone and Ipad have caused the younger generation to stop reading long books. This not only results in poor analysis skills but in the long-term can lead to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD. Dr. Sarinporn reveals that the…

Skin Allergies

Skin Allergies Skin issues that involve itchiness and scratchiness are common and can be caused by a number of factors. For example, in women, itchiness around the earlobes may be caused by an allergic reaction to brand new pair of earrings, which may cause redness, swelling, and the excretion of…

9 Brain conditions not to be taken lightly

Your brain is constantly at work, on your behalf. Good brain function can be maintained by keeping both body and mind fit and reducing stress. 1.  Stroke- Be prepared A stroke is one of the most common causes of death in people aged over 45. Stroke often occurs in patients diagnosed with diabetes…

Doctor urges government to place trauma prevention and care on national agenda. Nationwide trauma care network should be established.

  A senior doctor is calling on the government to reinforce a trauma problem in Thailand as an urgent problem on the national agenda.   Dr Suthorn Bavonratanavech, chief of the BDMS orthopaedic and trauma care network and chief of faculty at the Bangkok Orthopedic Center of Excellence explain his…

Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) From Head to Toe

      With advancements in medical technology, minimally invasive surgery is the new surgical technique that allows surgeons to perform safe, precise and less invasive surgical procedures. Bangkok Hospital, Bangkok Heart Hospital, and Wattanosoth Hospital are now offering minimally invasive…

Frequently Asked Questions About Rotavirus

  Rotavirus is a highly contagious virus that causes severe diarrhea in children and adults. Many people are wondering what are the symptoms of rotavirus infection and when to see a doctor.   How do you know that you are infected with rotavirus? Answer: Rotavirus is a viral infection that causes…

Economy class syndrome

  “Economy class syndrome” is a headline that was used to describe a case of an acute pulmonary embolism, which occurred on a commercial passenger flight. However, this name may not really be appropriate as an embolism may occur in passengers in business, first class, or other modes of transport.…

Deep Vein Thrombosis

  The death of an Australian woman on board of an airplane, as a result of a condition categorized as "Economy Class Syndrome" caused many airlines to begin to be proactive in educating passengers. Thus manuals and guidance were developed to ensure traveler safety, and help prevent diseases or…

Processes to Ambulation Training

 A Purpose of rehabilitation training is to maximize patient’s ability up to level of ambulation or moving themselves. It is expected that with appropriate care and  rehabilitative program, stroke and paraplegic patients, in particular, might be able to perform their activity of daily living,…