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Brain Stroke -A serious illness striking younger people nowadays

It was just a normal day until Divya (name changed), a 34-year-old software engineer from Bengaluru noticed tingling sensation on the right half of her body.  She soon realised that she was unable to speak and was unable to explain the situation to her roommate.  Realising that something was amiss, her roommates quickly brought her to  hospital. […]

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Hepatitis : Things you should know

World Hepatitis Day July 28th  Just like every year, World Hepatitis Day will be marked on July 28th to raise awareness about the disease Hepatitis and its causes, prevention, diagnosis and treatment. According to WHO, 325 million people across the globe are affected by Hepatitis B and C. In fact, 60% cases of liver cancer […]

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Vitiligo – A skin problem which causes social embarrassment and depression

Vitiligo was observed very early in history, and most ancient civilizations and religions had references to people who lacked pigmentation. Atharvaveda written in 1400 BC describes vitiligo. The name “vitiligo” was first used by the Roman physician Aulus Cornelius Celsus in his classic medical text De Medicina written in first century. In 200 BC, the […]

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I am not, just a bed number – A true story

“NEUROMYOTONIA” – ISAACS SYNDROME Purpose of this Inscription This article provides a review of the clinical phenotypes & a record on Neuromyotonia. Recent investigations have led to an understanding of the autoimmune underpinnings of this condition and its specific associated antibodies, the do’s & don’ts, holistic alternate supportive medication, medical qualified practitioners who have proved […]

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Pneumonia

Pneumonia is a general term that refers to an infection of the lungs, which can be caused by a variety of microorganisms, like viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites. Pneumonia is a common illness, occurs in all age groups, and is a leading cause of death among the elderly and people who are suffering from long […]

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Healthy Choices for People Living with Thalassemia

Thalassaemia (or thalassemia) is a genetic disorder of the blood which originated in the Mediterranean region. … Haemoglobin is the protein in red blood cells which carries oxygen. People with thalassaemia make less haemoglobin and fewer circulating red blood cells than normal, which results in mild or severe anemia. Both types of thalassemia are inherited […]

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Appendicitis

Appendicitis is a condition in which your appendix becomes inflamed and filled with pus. Your appendix is a finger-shaped pouch that projects out from your colon on the lower right side of your abdomen. This small structure has no known essential purpose, but that doesn’t mean it can’t cause problems. Dr. Chalapathy  The main symptom […]

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Bed Wetting (Nocturnal Enuresis)

Bed-wetting is not a behavioral problem. Many children do feel embarrassed or ashamed by it. Family members need to be supportive and not critical. Dr C Dinakar By around age 4, children start gaining control over bladder and stop urinating in their bed at night (and stay dry). But in some even beyond the age […]

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Tobacco and Cancer

Dr. Geetha Narayanan   Thirty first May is celebrated as NO TOBACO day. So let us know some of the facts about tobacco and cancer India is the second largest global producer and third-largest consumer of tobacco and has more than 200 million tobacco users.Of these, nearly 17 million are under the age of 25. […]

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