Friday, 21 June 2019

Blogs News

  • Strengthen your aging bones!

    Blogs |  News | By Dr. Gowri Kulkarni, Heads of Operations, DocsApp | 0 Comment | 21 Jun, 2018

    According to a new study by researchers in the University of Missouri-Columbia, certain types of exercises significantly contributed to improve bone-density in middle-aged men with a low bo...Read more

  • The Science Behind The Practice

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Altamash Shaikh | 1 Comment | 04 Jun, 2018

    Across the world, interesting discussions have taken place in the last five years that concern what one would categorize as part of our lifestyle. Moreover, the discussion has been driven n...Read more

  • Safe Blood Transfusion For Thalassemics

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Mohit Chowdhry | 3 Comment | 15 May, 2018

    Thalassemia is a hereditary haemolytic anaemia characterized by the deficient synthesis of one or more globin chains in the haemoglobin. Beta thalassemia major, also called Cooley's anaemia...Read more

  • A serious condition called Snoring

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Dillon Dsouza  | 0 Comment | 24 Apr, 2018

    Snoring is a condition where something in the nose, mouth, throat or lungs blocks breathing while sleeping producing a soft or loud and unpleasant sound. It is a sign or first alarm of OSA ...Read more

  • Challenges & Opportunities of Blood Screening

    Blogs |  Features | By Sumit Bagaria | 2 Comment | 18 Apr, 2018

    A 10-year-old girl suffering from blood cancer, who had tested positive for HIV allegedly after getting a transfusion of infected blood in Kerala, died recently. P...Read more

  • The Trending Critical Care

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Yatin Mehta | 1 Comment | 12 Apr, 2018

    Intensive care medicine, also referred as 'critical care medicine' is a speciality concerned with management of critically ill patients who are at-risk, or have developed potentially life t...Read more

  • The Agony of Endometriosis

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Duru Shah | 1 Comment | 10 Apr, 2018

    The most severe painful periods in women occur due to a condition called “Endometriosis”. Though it is a benign condition, it can behave like a cancer! It spreads its tentacles ...Read more

  • World Health Day 2018: Universal Health Care for all

    Blogs |  Features | By Vishal Bali | 0 Comment | 06 Apr, 2018

    Universal Health Care has become a fundamental principle guiding much of Public Policy and Healthcare Services in countries around the world. The basic premise of this construct is to allev...Read more

  • Good oral hygiene can prevent life-threatening diseases

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Nivedan Kumbi | 0 Comment | 30 Mar, 2018

    The most neglected part of our health is usually our teeth. Most of us are unlikely to visit a dentist until the problem is really serious. A nagging toothache that will not go away is the ...Read more

  • The common disorder called NAFLD

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Prasanna Shah | 0 Comment | 27 Mar, 2018

    Liver is an organ that processes food we eat, stores energy and provides the body with a healthy immune system.  Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a very com...Read more

  • Tonsils and adenoids do not always follow the rules!

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Dillon Dsouza | 0 Comment | 17 Mar, 2018

    The Adenoids are two small lumpy balloon like tissues behind the back of the nose and throat. They are part of the lymphatic system which is lots of piping and tubing around the body with l...Read more

  • The complex nature of STDs

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Duru Shah | 0 Comment | 05 Mar, 2018

    Casual Sex, sometimes with a partner one hardly knows, has become a common feature in modern society, especially amongst those who are addicted to drugs and alcohol. Having a different sexu...Read more

  • The Biological Therapy of Cancer

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. Pradeep Mahajan | 0 Comment | 27 Feb, 2018

    Cancer, the big C, is a dreaded word for patients and medical professionals alike. In simple words, cancer refers to abnormal, uncontrolled growth of cells. Many cancers are not detected or...Read more

  • The rising concern of Hepatitis B

    Blogs |  Features | 1 Comment | 23 Feb, 2018

    Hepatitis B virus {HBV} infection recognized nearly 40 years ago with the identification of the Australia antigen, remains a global health problem. It is estimated that 2 million people wor...Read more

  • The burden of Organ demand

    Blogs |  Features | 5 Comment | 21 Feb, 2018

    Organ transplantation for end stage kidney, liver, heart and lung disease is one of the biggest success stories of 20th Century medicine. The year 2017 marked the 50th anniversary of the wo...Read more

  • Women and Tobacco

    Blogs |  Features | 0 Comment | 03 Feb, 2018

    Women are catching up with men in every field and even surpassing them in some. Today women have outperformed men in many fields and one of them is tobacco consumption. According to studies...Read more

  • PCOS is a lifestyle disorder

    Blogs |  Features | 0 Comment | 12 Dec, 2017

    Among the many lifestyle disorders that are prevalent today, PCOS is one of the reasons for a lot of stress among the youngsters. Renowned aesthetic dermatologist Dr. Sadhana Deshmukh talks...Read more

  • Revolutionising stone disease management

    Blogs |  Features | 0 Comment | 01 Dec, 2017

      Stone disease has been known to affect the human race ever since its existence. The incidence and the prevalence have increased of late with wide regional variations, roughly 4 &nda...Read more