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Challenges and stigma around suicide

The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) organizes, and the World Health Organization (WHO) endorses World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), which is observed annually on September 10th.  Suicide is not the solution to your problems. Your life is precious. Understand the importance of life.   Read this article to learn how to face the challenges and […]
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Suicidal Feelings & Thoughts

Are you having dark thoughts these days because things in your life are going sideways? If yes, you need immediate help because these thoughts might become a reason that you lose your life.   These thoughts are the leading cause that leads to suicide. And suicide is the 4th major cause behind the death of teenagers […]
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Mental Health Awareness and Suicide

Life is a journey that gives you lots of ups and downs. When you’re living your downs, you feel like the end of the world. And that’s the moment, where you get the thought of killing yourself. Let’s make one thing clear, suicide is never going to solve anything. And in today’s world, this has […]
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Cancer Screening Tests Every Woman Should Know

Cancer screening tests are something that all of us dread. These are the types of medical screenings that we do not want to think about, even for women. For more information about cancer screening tests, you can talk to the best GYN in Brownsville at Doral Health and Wellness – Women’s Health Center.  You may […]
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National Wellness Month

In popular culture, “health” is often thought to consist of seven subcategories: emotional, intellectual, relational, material, spiritual, and ecological. There is a relationship between them, and they affect one another. When one aspect of health isn’t in check, it might have a ripple effect on the rest. At Doral Health and Connect, we prioritize the […]
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Can spinal muscular atrophy be treated?

Is your child suffering from spinal muscular atrophy? This is an inherited disease that impairs the person’s nerves that control the muscle’s movement. Most commonly it is found in babies, but it can also start in adulthood. Currently, there is no cure available. But with the latest research, there is treatment available that can manage […]
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What are the symptoms of SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy)?

Did you know that 1 in 10,000 children and adults in the United States (CDC [Centers for Disease Control &Prevention] statistics) are affected by Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA)?   August is officially celebrated as SMA awareness month all over the US. Let’s look at the signs and symptoms of SMA to understand the disease better.  Spinal […]
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