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Pneumonia and COVID-19

By Lahiru Rukshan on November 12th, 2020

Did you know that pneumonia was responsible for the deaths of more than 2 million people in 2017 worldwide? And a third of the deaths were that of children who are under 5 years of age.

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November is World Lung Cancer Awareness Month

By Lahiru Rukshan on November 5th, 2020

The month of November is designated as the lung cancer awareness month. With the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, lung cancer patients should be extra vigilant about the health of their lungs as Covid-19 attacks the respiratory system. 

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Join The #MoveMent on this year’s World Stroke Day

By Lahiru Rukshan on October 28th, 2020

The World Stroke Organization was formed by the merging of the International Stroke Society and World Stroke Federation, which in turn was responsible for establishing the World Stroke Day in 2004. This year’s World Stroke Day will be celebrated on the 29th of October with the slogan – “Join The #MoveMent” emphasizing the need for exercise through any kind of physical activity (dancing, yoga, etc.).

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By Lahiru Rukshan on October 20th, 2020

Did you know that one in eight women are diagnosed with breast cancer? Did you also know that the most prevalent type of cancer affecting women around the world is breast cancer? Hence, the world over the month of October is regarded as the Breast Cancer Awareness month.

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How to deal with stress during these uncertain times

By Lahiru Rukshan on October 15th, 2020

This year’s Word Mental Health Day has fallen during a time our lives have completely changed due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Usually, the 10th of October each year, is celebrated to create awareness on mental health conditions like depression and anxiety. But due to the ongoing pandemic, mental health has come to the forefront of issues due to people losing their jobs cuts, spousal and family issues, the increase in domestic violence, and the overload of work which is affecting the minds of the masses.
Those living in developing countries such as ours, are the most affected when it comes to mental health as our living conditions and economy are very much hanging by a thread.

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World Heart Day 2020

By Lahiru Rukshan on September 29th, 2020

“#UseHeart … for society, your loved ones and you” is the theme the World Heart Federation has selected for this year’s World Heart Day.

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Healthcare Quality Improvements for the Betterment of Our Future

By Cloud Solutions International on July 3rd, 2020

Quality is the degree of excellence of something. And quality in healthcare refers to providing patients with safe and effective treatments at affordable rates. Moreover, a hospital or a medical center should provide treatments at the right time. 

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Advanced Healthcare Solutions to Improve Emergency Department processes

By Cloud Solutions International on June 22nd, 2020

The Emergency Department or the Emergency Room (ER) of a hospital or clinic is perhaps the most important division. The ER department provides surgical and medical care to patients arriving at the hospital in need of immediate care. Medical experts working in this department may respond to these situations quickly within the department itself, such as heart attacks, accidents, severe allergic reactions, and surgery. 

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Lessons to Learn from the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Cloud Solutions International on June 18th, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is taking thousands of lives every passing day. Thousands of people die even in developed countries because of this deadly virus. Though many nations have developed vaccines and medications that are somewhat effective, the virus is still commanding. 

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Using Advanced Technology to Prevent Prescription Drug Abuse

By Cloud Solutions International on June 15th, 2020

Prescription Drug Abuse has become a global concern. Prescription Drug Abuse is taking medication for any other intention apart from why a doctor has prescribed it for. Doctors prescribe medications for treating health impairments in patients. Every prescribed medication has an authentic purpose. For example, doctors write millions of Opiate prescriptions every year across the globe as a painkiller.  

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