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Welcome to our Articles. Medbase articles are articles that cover various topics related to medicine, health, and wellness. They are written by medical students, doctors, and other experts in the field.

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What to expect in Part 3 BMS

Great. You have done two years of BMS. What's in store in the third year?

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AI, AI, AI - Update 1.6.0

Major updates to Medbase, read what they are

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Medical school is hard!?

Some of the things that hit you hard in the face when you start clinical rounds in particular.

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"Clucking" On The Wards

Clerk is actually pronounced "Cluck"? Together with the art of storytelling

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Cancer Vs Neoplasm

Cancer and neoplasms are two terms that are often used interchangeably, but they are not exactly the same.

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The Differences Between Hyperosmolar Hyperglycaemic State (HHS) and Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA)

Happy new year. We are starting this year outlining the crucial differences between complications of Diabetes

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Medbase Update 1.4.1

Read about the new features and bug fixes to Medbase

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How to remember everything you learn

So what are the so called ‘best methods to studying and remembering stuff?’ In this, we are going to explore what spaced repetition and retrieval practice are and why tests are actually good for you. In addition, I am going to highlight why “rereading information” doesn’t do you any good. This one is going to be a short one since most of the science has been explained in the last article. If you haven’t read it, you can you can here.

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Welcome to BMS. Kuchachemwa

Advice from BMS part 4, 3 and 2.

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What's Medbase?

Medbase can play an important role in how you study. Read more...

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Medbase In Numbers

The semester started on the 20th of February and up till now, Medbase has seen an increase in numbers while celebrating its listing on the Google Play Store as an app.

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Thorax Anatomy Mneumonics

The thorax is the part of the body that lies between the neck and the abdomen. It contains many important organs and structures, such as the heart, lungs, esophagus, trachea, aorta, and ribs. To help remember the anatomy of the thorax, there are several mneumonics that can be used.

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Why you should never Google your symptoms (and what to do instead)

We've all been there. You wake up with a sore throat, a headache, or a weird rash. You wonder if it's something serious, or just a minor annoyance. You decide to do a quick online search to find out what's wrong with you. You type in your symptoms and hit enter.

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How to study for exams

Final exams are the most stressful time of the year for students. They can make or break your grades, your future, and your sanity. But don't worry, there are some easy steps you can follow to ace those tests and have some fun along the way.

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