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Why there is an increase in Epilepsy in Bengaluru!?

November 17, 2019 is observed as a National Epilepsy Day to raise awareness about epilepsy disease. At Sakra, over the last year around 2000 patients have been treated for Epilepsy. The incidence of the disease has increased by 5% which means about 5 Lac people in Bangalore are suffering from Epilepsy. Increase in epilepsy in Bengaluru are […]

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Intraoperative 3D Reconstruction Medical Technology for Spine Surgery

On the occasion of World Spine Day(October 16), BR Life SSNMC Hospital and Brains Neuro Spine Centre, a leading multi super specialty hospital in Bengaluru has launched the Intraoperative 3D Reconstruction Medical Technology for Spine Surgery .This is first-of-its-kind technology in India with an aim to help neurosurgeons in obtaining the sharp image of the […]

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How we can reduce the chances of occurrence of stroke?

Stroke is one of the leading causes of mortality in our country and it is increasing every year. According to World stroke organization 1 in 4 will have stroke in their lifetime. In fact, the median age of people getting affected by stroke in India has witnessed a steady decrease. owing to sedentary and unhealthy […]

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Do you know the Best ways to cut down the risk of Alzheimer’s Dementia?

Although getting older is the biggest risk factor for Alzheimer’s, evidence shows there are things you can do to help reduce your own risk. Most important of these is TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR GENERAL HEALTH. Mid-life is an important time to start taking care of your health. It’s important to see your Doctor if you’re […]

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“A disease may be Rare but hope should not be” -Rare to the Rescue

A young women athlete of 24 years suddenly develops severe eye pain out of the blue. Investigations confirm a condition called Neuromyelitisoptica (NMO). This is an autoimmune disease that can cause inflammation and demyelination of the optic nerves and spinal cord. The clinical presentation of NMO can include blindness, paralysis, or worse. Less than 1 […]

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Alzheimer’s disease – The most common cause of dementia

Alzheimer’s disease is a neurological disorder that causes memory loss due to early death of brain cells. It is a condition that mostly arises in old age and keeps progressing with time. It affects the memory, behaviours and thinking capacity of a person. Research suggests that most of the people who are diagnosed with Alzheimer […]

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How can you keep your brain healthy?

Brain is the crown jewel of a human body responsible for internal demands and external responses, special interactions, environmental adaptations and spiritual connectivity. Human brain has evolved over millions of years as the most sophisticated, intricately engineered machine with the capability of performing multiple task parallelly as well as sequentially. Brain has two big hemispheres […]

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55-year-old patient gets a new life with endovascular procedure

Aster CMI doctors use unique method to successfully treat patient suffering from brain aneurysm The doctors at Aster CMI Hospital successfully treated a 55-year-old patient suffering from the severe problem of brain aneurysm and Sub Arachnoid Hemorrhage (SAH), also known as Brain Hemorrhage recently.  In a demonstration of path-breaking technology and commitment to save lives, […]

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Autism: Early recognition of symptoms is vital

World Autism Awareness week: April 1 to 7 There is need to create awareness on Autism and the different forms of its disorders. World Autism Awareness Day on April 2 is the right occasion to do the same. We should know that autism spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder and many are quite unaware […]

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