[Sound of television in background] Some chemotherapy treatments can irritate the lining of your mouth and make it sore. When this happens your mouth may become inflamed and you may get mouth ulcers. It’s called mucositis and your doctor will be able to tell you whether your treatment causes it.… Continue Reading Mouth problems during cancer treatment – Macmillan Cancer Support

I didn’t have a relationship with myself. I wanted to get as far away from myself as possible. I didn’t want to be crazy. I didn’t want to be this weirdo. I’d have picked anyone else on the street, “I’ll be you! “Teach me how to be you! I don’t… Continue Reading Why School Is So Challenging With ADHD | Body Language

Sarcoidosis is it’s an unusual disease where the lymph nodes get inflamed in the chest and it can involve other organs. But it’s a benign condition and a very good prognosis, very treatable. Because it’s a fairly uncommon disease, we have established a dedicated clinic to take care of patients… Continue Reading Sarcoidosis: Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment | Ohio State Medical Center

This is Bob. Bob is biologically defined as a male, which is a gender that has been assigned to him. But, growing up, Bob realizes that he does not feel comfortable being recognized as a male in society. Also, he doesn’t feel comfortable with his body and the gender roles… Continue Reading Gender dysphoria: definition, diagnosis, treatment and challenges

You know the thing with dual diagnosis clients, man, is it’s hard because… Well, it’s just he’s bipolar, right, and you get that in check. You get medication. You’re not going through that all the time. However, let’s say you are a bipolar heroine addict. You know, you’re taking your… Continue Reading The Hardships of Dual Diagnosis Treatment

I remember in primary school, the teacher asked us what we would all do if we won the lottery. And my peers were saying, you know, “Go on holiday, “give my mum some presents,” and all I could think about was, I’d get my ears pinned back, a nose job,… Continue Reading What Body Dysmorphic Disorder Feels Like | Body Language

crowd welcome to another MedCram lecture in the next set of lectures we’re going to talk about insomnia what causes it what are the different diseases that can cause it and how to manage it and I would say that even though I am a sleep specialist some of the… Continue Reading Insomnia Explained Clearly – Causes, Pathophysiology & Treatment

[MUSIC PLAYING] TRACY BRIGGS: For children who suffer migraine headaches, the pain is very real and very intense. But according to Essentia Health Pediatric Neurologist, Dr. Chris DeCock, there is good news for the majority of kids, because the power to conquer frequent headaches is in their own hands. DR.… Continue Reading Medical Insight: Pediatric Migraines – Essentia Health

[Cat purring] My name is Sarah Slater. I’m a medical oncologist at Barts and the London hospitals and Homerton hospital. Advanced cancer is when a cancer has spread from its original organ to somewhere else in the body. When a patient has advanced cancer we think about different ways of… Continue Reading Managing pain during advanced cancer – Macmillan Cancer Support