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    Know about the myths associated with obesity and bariatric surgery

    Obesity has been classified as a disease by various medical associations. Obesity is a metabolic, chronic and progressive disease with a significant genetic predisposition gives rise to comorbidities such as Hypertension, diabetes, Sleep Apnoea, infertility, asthma and cancer amongst others Although, obesity is an indicator of prosperity and abundance in India. It tends to...

    • 6 days ago
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    Crash diet can invite heart problems

    Unsupervised internet and WhatsApp-based crash diets can harm heart function and reduce its ability to pump blood. It is important for those with heart disease to seek medical advice before adopting a very low-calorie diet. In people with existing heart disease such a diet might aggravate heart failure symptoms like shortness of breath or increase the risk of arrhythmias, says Dr K K Aggarwal. Padma Shri...

    • a week ago
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    Healthy diet for a working woman

    Women today are balancing between the demands of family and career, along with the pressure to look healthy and to eat a certain way, many women are finding it very difficult to maintain a healthy diet. A balanced diet is a basic essential for a women's health. Women likewise men should enjoy a wide variety of foods, such as the fruits, whole grains, vegetables, lean proteins, healthy fats and low-fat dairy...

    • a week ago
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    Here is why vomiting blood is a medical emergency

    Vomiting blood, also referred to as hematemesis, is caused by a variety of medical conditions. These conditions can range from a simple nosebleed to a serious bleed in the gut. Hematemesis does not refer to the presence of streaks of blood in the vomit. Instead, it refers to more significant amounts of blood that have a bright red colour or the appearance of coffee grounds. Whatever the cause,...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Here's what you need to know about tonsils and adenoids

    When should I remove my adenoids and tonsils? 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 little storage tanks and pumps to move it around. The lymphatic system produces white blood cells and proteins and fats in a liquid form. The lymph system is...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    How to deal with stalkers

    What is stalking? Stalking or harassment can be obsessive or repeated behaviour that is unwanted by the victim. It is not always about long-term relationships. Stalkers can include estranged husbands, ex-boyfriends, a one-time date or an unwanted suitor. The behaviours may seem normal and ordinary; however, when they are repeated over time they can be menacing and cause alarm and distress to the victim. It may start...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    10 health problems your eyes could be showing signs of

    The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends everyone get a baseline eye exam by age 40, if not before (if everything looks good, your doctor can decide how often you should follow-up) High blood pressure Early signs of damage from high blood pressure can be detected in routine eye exam so potentially life-saving treatment can be initiated and adjusted as needed. Diabetes Both type...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Learn about burnout syndrome and how to identify its symptoms

    When you burn a piece of wood, it is reduced to ashes. While it is burning it gives out energy and heat. But the ashes cannot give out any fuel. It is no more of any use. No matter how much you burn it, it will not be useful. Burnout syndrome is similar to this. Burnout is a significant public health problem. Just this year, the World Health Organization upgraded its assessment of...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Keep these 5 daily health promises for a healthy heart

    Promise yourself a sound sleep Make sleep a priority. Researchers believe that sleeping too little causes disruption in our biological clocks and thus adversely affects body functions, including increasing the risk of developing high blood pressure and inflammation in the body and can cause heart disease. The prescribed duration of sleep is nothing less than 7 to 8 hours. The depth of...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Diet for lactating mothers

    PART 2 Staying hydrated is important during lactation but drinking water becomes a chore, let's look at interesting ways to achieve it: Herbal tea: Boil tulsi, ginger, and lemongrass, mint (you can decide the quantity and choose all or just one or two ingredients). Before drinking, add lemon juice and jaggery or even green tea leaves. Hot Milk Booster: Make a powder of almonds, walnuts, elaichi and keep it in an air...

    • 2 weeks ago

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