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SRCC Children’s hospital redefines holistic pediatric care in India

Every year 2.4 lakh children in India are born with Congenital Heart Diseases and one-fifth of them need specialist treatment in their first year. On the occasion of World Heart Day, SRCC Children’s Hospital managed by Narayana Health announced that it will conduct 200 cardiac surgery per month for needy children under various Government schemes […]

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Thalassemia- A serious health burden for India!?

Thalassemia is a genetically inherited blood disorder that has one of the highest incidence rates in India, with more than 10,000 children being born with Thalassemia per year making India officially the Thalassemia capital of the world.Thalassemia is a serious health burden for India – reports claim that we have more than 1 lakh people […]

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Do we need early intervention for hearing impairment in children?

Hearing loss or hearing impairment is a partial or total inability for one to hear. A deaf person has little to no hearing. Hearing loss may occur in one or both ears. In children, hearing problems can affect the ability to learn a language and in adults it can cause work related difficulties. The World […]

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Parents, Take Note Of These Common Myths About Kids’ Nutrition  

Being parents, we always want to give our children the best we can.  And when it comes to their health, we consider every option to provide them with the right nutrition and diet. During this process, we often end up developing myths. Here are 5 common diet myths that can hamper your child’s health: 1.Children […]

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What are the Remedies to stop Bed Wetting?

Bed-wetting or nocturnal enuresis,  is not a behavioural problem. Many children do feel embarrassed or ashamed by it.Family members need to be supportive and not critical.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 of 5, […]

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why Kidney Disease (CKD) in children is increasing?

Globally, prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in children is 18.5-58.3 per million children. However, under reporting due to lack of recognition suggests a higher prevalence in children.The top cause of paediatric CKD is congenital anomalies of the kidney and urinary tract (CAKUT) at 50%, followed by hereditary nephropathies and glomerulonephritis. Obesity in children is […]

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A new lease of life to an 8-year-old kid through liver transplant

While conducting an out-reach clinic in far flung areas of the State, Aster CMI’s Integrated Liver Care (ILC) team came across the case of an eight-year-old child hailing from Raichur, who had severe liver illness and required a liver transplant immediately. The economic constraints of the family compelled them to resign themselves to their fate. […]

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A child must not cough their childhood away!

The increase in outdoor and indoor pollution is responsible for increasing Astama India has recently been in the limelight for being the second country in the world with the largest number of cases of asthma in children in India caused by vehicular pollution. According to a study published by The Lancet recently, it was found […]

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Encourage conscious motherhood with premarital genetic counselling

Thalassemia is a genetically inherited blood disorder that has one of the highest incidence rates in India, with more than 10,000 children being born with Thalassemia in India per year making India officially the Thalassemia capital of the world Thalassemia is a serious health burden with India – reports claim that we have more than […]

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