How to read the symptoms of dengue and dengus – A helpful guide
Health is a shared responsibility between all, including us.
But if you’ve ever been to a hospital emergency room and seen someone else’s symptoms, it’s a good idea to ask yourself: is this person sick?
Is this person really sick?
And if not, can you help?
That’s exactly what a study published in the British Medical Journal shows you can do.
The study looked at the symptoms that patients saw in hospitals, as well as their physical and mental health, in comparison to the symptoms seen in the general population.
And it found that the patients who were seen as having dengues were far more likely to be diagnosed with the illness than those who weren’t.
The study also found that those who were diagnosed with denges were significantly more likely than those not to seek medical care for themselves or their family.
This article was originally published on Business Insider UK.