Driving Under the Influence (DUI)

Also referred to as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and Operating Under the Influence (OUI) in some states of America, Driving Under the Influence (DUI) is a criminal offense concerning an individual found driving under the influence of alcohol or any similar substance (such as drugs – prescribed or non-prescribed/illegal). Such substances can impair driver judgement, concentration, […]

Read More

White House

Located in Washington D.C., the White House is an American president’s official residence. The building was named the White House in 1901 by Theodore Roosevelt. Prior to that, the mansion was referred to as the President’s House, President’s Palace, and Executive Mansion. Though the first American president George Washington laid plans for building the House, […]

Read More

Douche

Douche (vaginal douche) or douching refers to the process wherein a lady cleans her vagina using vinegar, common salt, or soda along with water to keep the private part fresh and non-smelly. There are some drugstores selling pre-packaged douche mixes. In French, the word “douche” means “soak” or “wash”. Most women douche after menstruation or sexual […]

Read More

Echocardiogram

Also called echocardiography or echo test, an echocardiogram is a type of ultrasound that doctors may suggest when they suspect issues with heart chambers or valves. In other words, an echocardiogram is an ultrasound for examining the heart. The test results usually throw light on the heart’s size, pumping strength, muscle strength and condition, and […]

Read More

Obstetric Ultrasound

Obstetric ultrasound (also called pregnancy sonogram, obstetric sonogram, prenatal ultrasound and obstetric ultrasonography) is a procedure that refers to usage of ultrasound scans during pregnancy. During the procedure, an equipment called real-time scanner (transducer) is positioned over the pregnant woman’s stomach, resulting in a series of continuous pictures that depict the moving fetus. Movements like […]

Read More