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Remember the Acronym: FAST

FAST is an easy-to-remember way to recognize the signs of stroke. Learn more in our infographic.

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What to do in Case of a Stroke: Act FAST

According to the American Heart Association, stroke was the second leading global cause of death behind heart disease in 2013, accounting for 11.8% of total deaths worldwide.

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The critical hour of Stroke

Minimizing the long-term effects of stroke requires fast action, an important lesson the Thanaratsuthikul family learned during the most critical moments of their mother’s stroke.

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Dr. Ketchai Suavansri, a music-loving behavioral neurologist

"I believe music helps me to become a doctor, who can appreciate the fascinating complexity of a human mind”, Dr. Ketchai, an experienced specialist of the regional leading Center in Neurology.

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Migraines are a medical condition that can be treated

Many people experience this painful, pumping feeling in the head, caused by migraines. Although there is no miracle cure to heal migraines, however, chronic migraines can be controlled by adequate self-care and proper medication.

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Understanding Vasectomy: 8 Facts Every Man (and Woman) Should Know

Vasectomy is one of the safest, most reliable methods of permanent birth control. But the procedure is still the subject of numerous myths and misunderstandings which make it hard to know what’s true and what’s not.

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What is Parkinson's Disease?

Parkinson's disease is a slow progressive degenerative disease of the brain.

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BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia)

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a nodular, irregular enlargement of the prostate, a walnut-size gland located just below the bladder in men, which produces about 30 percent of the fluid portion of semen.

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Robot-Assisted Prostate Surgery

The world’s first known modern-day open prostatectomy to remove a man’s prostate gland was a major medical advance back in the late 1800s.

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