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Medication Notes – Metformin

Pronounced as met-four-min (British, UK) What Type of Drug Metformin is in a type of drug class named biguanides (MedlinePlus, 2020). What it Treats Metformin is administered to help treat or prevent type 2 diabetes. Additionally, it can be used to treat polycystic ovary syndrome, otherwise known as PCOS (NHS, 2019). How it Works Metformin…

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Word of the Day – Neurodiverse

In solidarity with autism awareness day Friday 2nd April (yes, I’m a day late to the party) the word of the day is neurodiverse. The simplest way of defining neurodiverse is where there is a need to describe something that is not neurotypical. It is used to define behaviours, thought patterns, and characteristics that are…

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