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Tuesday, 21 January 2020

Articles/Features News

  • Breast Cancer in Men – Rare, But Fatal

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr. Jay Anam, Onco Surgeon, Saifee Hospital | 0 Comment | 17 Jan, 2020

    Breast cancer as a subject has been majorly discussed with regard to women. However, while men do not have well-developed breasts as such, they do have a small amount of breast tissue. In f...Read more

  • Winter ailments and their remedies

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr. Lipsa Shah- Ayurveda Consultant, Saifee Hospital | 0 Comment | 09 Jan, 2020

    As we step into the season of hazy mornings and breezy evenings, the winter lets us take a break from the excruciating heat. Winter is around the corner for India and it is a time to celebr...Read more

  • Top trends for beauty and wellness for 2020

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Sushant Raorane, Co-founder and Director, Adroit Biomed | 0 Comment | 02 Jan, 2020

    The social media savvy generation, full of influencers and promoters, has created a shift from the traditional definition of beauty to long-lasting, natural, and intrinsic beauty. The India...Read more

  • Prompt diagnosis of Myocardial Infarction no longer ‘Mission Impossible’

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Charit Bhograj | 0 Comment | 23 Dec, 2019

    In the business world, time is money. But for cardiologists, ‘time is muscle’. This concept, first proposed by the brilliant Eugene Braunwald about 40 years ago, is to me an ide...Read more

  • Increasing awareness on Clear Aligners market

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr Swapnil Gupta | 0 Comment | 17 Dec, 2019

    Clear Aligners are dental braces used for the orthodontic treatment of teeth alignment. The product is in the form of plastic and is transparent, hence improves facial aesthetics. This feat...Read more

  • Diagnostic industry to grow steadily at $12.3B in 2020

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr. VL Ramprasad | 0 Comment | 17 Dec, 2019

    The healthcare industry is amid a major paradigm shift. Big data and artificial intelligence are arguably the most significant revolution in healthcare in the last decade. Reports by Frost ...Read more

  • A value proposition to improve patient care in clinical lab

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr. Sujay Prasad | 0 Comment | 14 Dec, 2019

    Over time, introduction of AI in healthcare has stimulated an active discussion of whether AI doctors will eventually replace human physicians in the future. Though there is a prevailing be...Read more

  • Identifying the signs of colorectal conditions early

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr. Vivek Belathur | 0 Comment | 13 Dec, 2019

    The Colon and the Rectum are key parts of the human large intestine.  Together, they form the bowels and are responsible for processing liquid waste and residue into solid form and exp...Read more

  • Looking Good is the new high

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr Prerna Taneja | 0 Comment | 12 Dec, 2019

    The millennials are very focused on self-development; in the way they look. In fact, it is not restricted to the younger generation, even the middle aged don’t want to lose their look...Read more

  • Stem Cell Therapy for Knee

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Authored by Mr. Vipul Jain (CEO,Advancells) | 0 Comment | 11 Dec, 2019

    Osteoarthritis is the most common form of chronic joint pain conditions, affecting millions of people worldwide. Breakdown and eventual loss of cartilage of knee or other joints are the pri...Read more

  • Inside out on urban loneliness

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr Venkatesh Babu GM  | 0 Comment | 11 Dec, 2019

    Loneliness or social isolation is a new age epidemic and is prevalent worldwide. But its presence is more visible and palpable in urban pockets. There are various reasons which leads to lon...Read more

  • How the world's largest Democracy stack up against international standards of WHO

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Manish Chhabra | 0 Comment | 11 Dec, 2019

    A woman in Choudwar [Choudwar is a city and a municipality in Cuttack district in the state of Odisha, India population 42,000], was refused to take custody of her newborn baby girl because...Read more

  • Mortality rate in lung cancer is high

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr Ravi Gaur | 0 Comment | 27 Nov, 2019

    People should choose healthy lifestyle in order to avoid the grasp of lung cancer that has higher mortality rate than other types of cancers When talking about the cancers, we can say that...Read more

  • Ensuring cleanroom environment

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Samir Gandhi & Kartik Gandhi | 0 Comment | 21 Nov, 2019

    Cleanrooms are widely used in scientific research and manufacturing. They act as a place to minimize airborne contamination, while strictly controlling factors like temperature and humidity...Read more

  • Regular exercise for knees arthritis will do more good than harm

    Articles/Features |  Views | By Dr. Roopa Tekkatte,Aster RV Hospital. | 0 Comment | 21 Nov, 2019

    Just how we often compare a human brain to the C.P.U. of the computer, we cannot ignore that the human body in itself is no less than a machine which if not made to work or move can end up ...Read more

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis in the Elderly: Sufferers likely to die earlier

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Ravi Gaur | 0 Comment | 04 Nov, 2019

    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a long-term, progressive, and disabling autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks the joints resulting in inflammation that ...Read more

  • Focusing on screening, preventing childhood obesity

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Ravi Gaur | 0 Comment | 30 Sep, 2019

    Childhood obesity is a complex health issue and its leads to several critical health problems. Children with obesity face four times the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes compared to child...Read more

  • Public Health & Evolving Emphasis of Technology

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Nilesh Jain | 0 Comment | 23 Sep, 2019

    Public health primarily should focus on primary health care of citizens, preventive and promotive care- improving health-seeking behaviour, prevention of diseases, and health system strengt...Read more