WEEKLY TOP 7 – Top 7 clinical signs of opioid overdose

Read about the symptoms of one of the biggest health problem of our generation: opiate overdose!

WEEKLY TOP 7 – Top 7 clinical signs of EBV infectious mononucleosis

Get to know more about the "kissing disease"!

WEEKLY TOP 7 – Top 7 clinical signs of testicular cancer

Learn about testicular cancer and the importance of self-examination; break the taboos!

WEEKLY TOP 7 - Top 7 clinical signs of Arrhythmia

From 4-10 June 2018, the World Heart Rhythm Week takes place all over the world. Naturally, we felt like arrhythmia is a crucial topic to cover. There are of course countless different types of arrhythmias with specific (or even with no) clinical signs; however, we decided to focus on the general symptoms. Remember, if any of these are present, arrhythmias should be one of the differential diagnostical choices.

WEEKLY TOP 7 – Top 7 clinical signs of multiple sclerosis

Learn about the disease that can trick everybody; even the doctors of the Apple CEO: Mr. Tim Cook!

How Tim Cook’s life changed after misdiagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis

How Tim Cook’s life changed after misdiagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis

WEEKLY TOP 7 – Top 7 Clinical Signs of Cholecystitis

Read about the poor Gallbladder's story: the 7 main signs of cholecystitis!

WEEKLY TOP 7 - Top 7 differences between UC & CD

World IBD day takes place on 19 May each year. It aims to unite people in their fight against Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative colitis and other, less common inflammatory bowel diseases. We focus on these two conditions which are in some aspects quite similar to each other. We highlight the main differences, but we also mention the similarities.

WEEKLY TOP 7 – Top 7 Clinical Signs of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Lupus is a diagnostic challenge even for experienced physicians due to its multiple "faces". Let's go through the seven most common symptoms of SLE!

WEEKLY TOP 7 – Top 7 clinical signs of meningitis

Meningitis can be hard to recognize in the early stages, can affect anyone of any age at any time and most importantly: 10 - 20% of patients will die within the first 24 to 48 hours!