The perception of good vibes and bad vibes is among the most difficult human experiences to define. The feeling that something “feels right” or that something “just isn’t right” has been attributed to multiple factors.
The encephalitis lethargica epidemic of 1916-1930 is estimated to have affected at least half a million of people in Europe and still remains a mystery.
The practice of forcing left-handers to use their right hand is a long as human history and found in most societies. In fact, the words “left” and “left-handed” are synonyms for “defective” or “sinister” in almost all the world’s languages. More in this interview.
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If you could bring only one book or film with you to a desert island, what would it be?
Given the severity and treatment resistance of menstrual migraine, clinicians should watch for the signs and symptoms discussed in this case.
Primary central nervous system lymphoma (PCNSL) is a rare but aggressive malignancy that accounts for approximately 3% of all primary CNS cancer. New studies have changed the landscape of PCNSL treatment paradigms and expectations for outcome.
Two young siblings presented to the pediatric department with mental retardation, developmental delay, ataxia, and nystagmus since birth. What's your diagnosis after reviewing the case?