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Mental health and addiction

Mental health disorders happen when a person is not able to function either cognitively or emotionally. Addiction – obsessions, compulsions, or psychological or physical dependence on substances or activities – forms a large category of mental disorders.

In our support group, you will be able to find patients, their families, and their doctors dealing with the same problems as you, and willing to share their valuable experience and wisdom.
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Smoking And Cancer

Smoking is a kind of recreational drug use when a substance (usually tobacco) is burned and the vapors inhaled. Smoking is addictive, and smokers are at risk for a number of diseases including lung cancer.

Join this support group of people concerned with smoking and cancer – you will be able to meet doctors as well as smokers and those suffering from lung cancers and their families.

Smoking And Tobacco

Smoking is a form of recreational drug use in which a substance, usually tobacco, is burned and the smoke inhaled. Smokers are at risk for a number of heart and lung diseases.

Join this online forum on smoking to contact doctors who deal with the addiction, and people who have managed to kick it.

Stress Incontinence

Stress incontinence is the most common type of urinary incontinence. Women are more prone to it than men. Urine "accidents" leave many women afraid to leave home. Thanks to advances in surgery, though, incontinence is no longer a life sentence. - Beth Bray - Senior NurseWhen the pelvic floor muscles, which supports the urinary bladder and the associated structures, are weakened, they become inca ... Read More

Stress Incontinence - Management

1.General physical examination 2.Routine blood and Urine test 3.Urine culture and Sensitivity 4.Radiological Investigation:    (X-ray/Ultrasound) 5.Urodynamics Test 6.Electromyogram 7.Cystoscopy ... Read More

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome / Cot Death

Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) or cot death, happens when a healthy baby under the age of one year suddenly dies for no apparent reason. Usually the baby is discovered dead after being put to sleep in his cot – hence the name cot death. Making the baby sleep on its back reduces the risk of SIDS.

Join our online support group for families coping with SIDS. Ask your questions to experts, share your experiences, and learn more.


Suicide, or the intentional killing of oneself, is more common than murder or killing in war. If someone talks about committing suicide, you need to take it seriously and either provide them emotional support yourself or refer them to others who can. Those who have lost loved ones and friends to suicide also need special support.

Join our online support group for people affected by suicide – both people who have considered it and for people whose loved ones have committed suicide.

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