Youssef Soliman, MBChB

June 2, 2022
Do's and Don't When Fighting Insomnia

Sleep is vital to our lives. Although it seems to be a pretty simple thing (since you just close your eyes and then fall asleep), scientists have been trying for years to understand how we sleep. Despite the excellent progression, we still don’t know everything about how our bodies fall asleep. Nowadays, many people have […]

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April 28, 2021
Age Related Hearing Loss? Its Probably Presbycusis

We all have seen older people wearing hearing aids, and I am sure you wondered why is that? Why some people require hearing aids as they age? This is presbycusis. Presbycusis refers to the progressive, irreversible hearing loss that happens to the elderly as they age.Presbycusis medical definition is the degeneration of some ear structures […]

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April 6, 2021
How is the Cardiovascular System Affected by Aging?

A Journey to the Anatomy of our Cardiovascular System Cardiovascular diseases are the most common cause of death in the world [1]. The cardiovascular system consists of 2 components: the heart and the blood vessels that contain the blood pumped by the heart. The heart pumps blood to all over the body and it consists […]

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March 31, 2021
Upper Crossed Syndrome: Symptoms, Diagnosis, And Management

No doubt, the use of cell phones and computers has completely revolutionized our world. Many businesses now became online, and has reduced the need for 9 to 5 jobs. Unfortunately, that must come with a price. The prevalence of heart disease, hypertension, and other chronic conditions had a monkey jump in the last few years. […]

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