NOSA

"Nosa? Nosa! Where are you? Nosa! Answer me, Nosa!" Nosa won't answer her father again because Nosa is drastically ill, suffering from a multitude of diseases including, but not limited to, dysentery, a chronic chest infection, an untreated parasitic infection, a neglected congenital heart disease, and massive psychological oppression. If you were in Nosa's shoes, you probably wouldn't want to answer either. Not only because right when you'd win a fight with one disease, you'd only find yourself crashing into another fight with the next one, but also because you'd be facing harsh negligence from those nearest to you. Like…
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“المجذوب”

 “No Slum Areas” NOSA لا للمناطق العشوائية،  فكرة أطلقها طلبة طب قصر العينى من أجل التغيير، فبذلوا قصارى جهدهم مراعاه  للمحتاجين و مساعدة للمرضي من الفقراء لتخفيف ما يقاسوه من مصاعب حياتهم اليوميه من خلال تقديم الدعم الطبي و النفسي، فعملوا عليها لضمان حياة أفضل وتلبية لنداء الإنسانية.  وفي اثناء تلبيه نداء الواجب ، يصادفون من غرائب القصص و الحكايات ما يشعل الراس شيبا ، ليكن المجذوب أحد هذه المصادفات الغير متوقعه!! "المجذوب" فالمجذوب كلمة اعتادنا سماعها باللغة العربية الفصحى لتصف من فقد عقله وأصابه الجنون، لكن على غير العادة أن تجد مجذوبا يعرف حالته. يعرف أنه مريض نفسي... أصيب…
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A Drug’s Purpose: Can drugs have career shifts too?

Fathomable to our learning minds, two similar drugs can be used to treat the same disease, and two similar diseases can be treated with the same drug, or the same family of drugs. However, can the idea of drugs having benefits across, for very unexpected, unfamiliar conditions, strike you as astounding? As unrealistic and fairytal-ish as it first seems, some existing drugs have been modernly “re-purposed” to treat conditions very remote from the ones they were initially manufactured to combat. And unlike novel drug treatments, re-purposed drugs carry the advantages of potentially posing less risks, being already proven safe for…
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Inventions Inspired by the Human Body

Ever wondered what humanity's greatest obsession is? Itself. Humans have been obsessing over the human body and nature, and the biology and physics behind them. Whether in art, medicine, or even engineering, inspiration was and is still found by observing and learning about our different body organs. For instance, we're all aware of how the camera lens closely resembles the iris, its aperture widening to collect more light in a dim-lighted area. But there's more to it; scientists have been digging deep into the human body to make inventions that are as quick and accurate as our own bodies' perceptions…
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