Orthodox medicine is a system of medicine in which medical doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals deliver treatment for diseases and their symptoms to the patients through the use of pharmaceuticals or surger... More »

Once a man becomes a priest, he may not marry and must take a vow of celibacy. However, if a man is already married, he can remain so and become a Greek Orthodox priest. More »

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Ethiopian Orthodox mezmur are the religious songs of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. Mezmur is the Amharic term for music, although it often has a religious connotation. Other religious groups also use the term, which is ... More »

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Communication is important in nursing as it helps nurses to understand patient needs, it ensures they can deliver safe care and it encourages patients to share their experiences and invest trust in healthcare professiona... More »

The use of information and communication technology in health services ensures that doctors, nurses and other health practitioners get the most useful information to guide them in making appropriate decisions about a pat... More »

Endocrinology is an area of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the endocrine system. It focuses on body processes such as metabolism, reproduction, sensory perception and respiration, and... More »

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The best time to receive medical advice from a doctor is during a scheduled appointment, but many doctors and nurses accept phone calls from established patients at no charge, according to the Agency for Healthcare Resea... More »

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