Cardiac arrhythmia refers to an impairment of the electrical heart conduction resulting in abnormal heartbeat, whether too fast or too slow or beating erratically.
Posted by Pinsuda Dhamrongsirivadh
March 20, 2014
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Feeling dizzy or light-headed, a racing heartbeat, shortness of breath, chest pain or fainting may signal cardiac arrhythmia, an irregular heartbeat that requires urgent medical attention.
Posted by Pinsuda Dhamrongsirivadh
February 18, 2014
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When we think of the word “menopause” many of us imagine a middle-aged woman who experiences regular, and violent, mood swings, which causes the people around her to become fed up. But very few of us understand what causes these shifts in a woman’s mood and how best to manage it, and if it might even be preventable so it doesn’t occur when we finally enter menopause.
Posted by Pinsuda Dhamrongsirivadh
July 29, 2013
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Uterine fibroids are fairly common in women of reproductive age. Should you worry about it? Dr. Chantawat Sheanakul, a gynecologist at Bumrungrad International Hopsital who specializes in gynecologic oncology and microinvasive surgery, is here to answer all your questions about these women-specific tumors.
 
Posted by Pinsuda Dhamrongsirivadh
July 11, 2013
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Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) is a viral disease fairly common in children. Adults are often unaffected due to antibodies created from previous exposure.  Find out more here.
Posted by Scott Minteer
August 17, 2012
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Summertime in Bangkok (March-May) can be a surprisingly hot experience for people who arrive from the northern hemisphere due to the increased heat and humidity. Exposure to extreme heat can sometimes lead to serious health complications. Therefore, it is very important for visitors to protect themselves from the extreme heat so that they can still enjoy the sights and experiences of Bangkok.
Posted by Scott Minteer
November 27, 2011
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Thailand’s May-through-September rainy season is also the peak period for dengue fever.  Learn what you can do to help protect yourself from this dangerous virus.
Posted by Scott Minteer
November 19, 2011
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Bangkok’s floods have been devastating for businesses and residents alike. But, while the physical consequences of the rising flood waters in various parts of the city are easy to see, there may be other, less obvious, casualties of the crisis. It’s easy to put property protection at the top of our agenda during this time, but we mustn’t overlook the impact the floods may be having on our relationships.
Posted by Scott Minteer
November 17, 2011
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During normal times, parents are concerned about the safety of their children.  With many families impacted by the flooding in Thailand, this concern is heightened.
 
It’s best not only to prepare yourself for the possible problems ahead, but also to prepare your children to handle themselves properly to prevent diseases and other dangers which may come with the water. See the 3 areas parents should pay special attention to in this blog post.
Posted by Scott Minteer
November 14, 2011
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The flood situation can be very devastating for people’s health. Everyone can be affected, young or old, even if physically fit. The longer the flooding will last, the more risk there is of coming down with some kind of illness from contaminated water or insect borne diseases.

On the following page you can download 8 valuable tips to protect you and your family.
Posted by Scott Minteer
November 10, 2011
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