Monthly Archives: September 2011

Motion/travel sickness or Kinetosis


Motion sickness or kinetosis is the most common medical problem associated with travel, usually affecting people over many years.  It can occur during any type of travel and I am personally a victim of this condition. According to MedicineNet, “Motion sickness … Continue reading

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Track record of MANCAT’s Access to Medicine course


It would be easy to point out three most known access to medicine courses, College of West Anglia (COWA), Sussex Downs Adult College and The Manchester College (MANCAT). Among the three, I am sharing the track record of MANCAT in … Continue reading

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Myths and realities about the brain


This article is taken from, The Brain: Our Sense of Self, by US The National Institutes of Health And National Institute of Neurological Disorder and Stroke. “I think, therefore I am.” —René Descartes, 17th-century philosopher Few of us question the … Continue reading

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Why medical practice is the will of God


Ecclesiasticus 38:1-4,6-10,12-14 Honour physicians for their services,      for the Lord created them; for their gift of healing comes from the Most High,      and they are rewarded by the king. The skill of physicians makes them distinguished, … Continue reading

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Free UKCAT practice test by KAPLAN


This is an outstanding open source, UKCAT practice test  released by Kaplan for free, and it also enables you to roughly calculate your average. I would endorse this comprehensive mock exam to boost your familiarity with the exam and bolster the chances of earning … Continue reading

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