This site is not
- and is not intended to be - a substitute for medical advice. The information
provided here is accurate, to the very best of our knowledge, but it is general
information, never, ever, specific to your circumstances. If you need medical
advice, you need a doctor.
Why are we here?
Azodium aims to answer many of the common questions
raised by these dangerous diseases and conditions - many of which are set to become
The site is intended for the general public, and is presented in non-professional language at time, for clarity.
We aim to provide enough information to satisfy
a casual interest, offering sources of in-depth information for those who may
We have, with regret, decided not to give specific references,
as we are aware that the Internet is increasingly used by college cheats, as well
as honest people. Sorry about that; but an intelligent Google-user will have no
difficulty tracking down the quality sources we used - such a researcher will
deserve the grades they get!
This is a professional site, and we maintain the highest ethical standards.
The information provided on Azodium.com is designed to complement, not replace, the relationship between a patient and his/her own physician.
Who runs this site?
This web site is edited and published by Andrew Heenan BA (Hons), RGN, RMN. Unless otherwise indicated, all articles were written by Andrew Heenan, too.
BA (Hons) = Bachelor's degree, with honours
RMN = Registered Mental Health Nurse
RGN = Registered General Nurse (Adults)
We take privacy seriously; our policy is Here - and it's linked form every page.
What's your advertising policy?
Advertisements and affiliate schemes contribute toward the costs
of this site. Advertisements appear at the head and foot of pages, or in the margin.
'exchange', affiliate or paid-for advertisements are labelled "advertisement".
Read our policy in full here - also linked from each page.
Is The Site up to date?
Some of the articles are several years old, and more recent statistic will be available; however, the site is checked regularly, and if significant new information is available, the article is updated. However, this is not a news site, and if you require the latest information, we recommend PubMed (for research) or Google.
The links to information sources are checked several times a year, and more up-to-date sources utilised where appropriate.
Sounds nice, doesn't
it? And it contains information from A to Z.
First Published: 25 April 2011
This page was updated: 25 April 2011