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    10 best Skin Care Tips for winter

    Winter is associated with a cold and dry climate; so you should make a major change in your skin care regime. Cold weather, harsh winds, and dry indoor air can really dry out your skin and take a toll on its texture. Dr .MohanThomasSenior Cosmetic Surgeon, Cosmetic Surgery Institute shares quick winter skincare tips. The following tips can help your skin to face the harsh adversities of the cold and dry...

    • 20 hrs ago
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    Diabetes responsible for damaging heart

    When a person has diabetes, his/her blood sugar levels are often much higher than it should be. Too much sugar in the blood can cause damage to many parts of the body, including blood vessels resulting in coronary artery disease. This damage makes it easier for fatty deposits to form in arteries and cause narrowing or blockages that can lead to heart attacks or strokes. Dr. Pradeep Gadge, a leading...

    • 4 days ago
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    COMMON SPORT INJURIES AND TREATMENT

    Sprains and fractures are common for sportspersons but the ability to get back to normalcy is most important as they cannot afford to be out of the practice sessions for long. Sports and exercise medicine (or sports medicine in short) is the wing of medicine involving prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sports or exercise-related injuries. The common sports injuries include 1. Ankle sprain: This occurs...

    • 6 days ago
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    Early Treatment Is Key To Survival For Heart Attack Patients

    We might have seen in so many movies that an elderly person hears shocking news and immediately has severe chest pain with profuse sweating. He clutches his chest in severe pain and is immediately shifted to a hospital ICU. The doctor steps out of the ICU and tells his family members that the elderly person has a major heart attack, Dr. RAMESH GUDAPATI (MD, D) Interventional...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    DONT SHY AWAY, KNOW AND SPEAK ABOUT PROSTATE

    Prostate is a wall nut sized gland situated below the bladder, encircling the proximal most part of the urethra. Normally it weighs about 10 gms. Prostate is a male secondary sexual organ, it's secretions contribute to the semen and helps in nourishing the sperms, Dr. Gutta Srinivas Leading Urologist of Star Hospitals, Banjarahills, Hyderabad, will brief about Prostate.

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Up Again After Stroke World Stroke Day

    29th October is World Stroke Day. It is observed to raise awareness of this fatal experience. Strokes can, however, be avoided. Strokes in general can be described as 'brain attacks', during which the blood-flow to the brain is temporarily cut off or restricted. This leads to lack of oxygen and important nutrients to the brain, causing brain cells to die within minutes. Some times high BP or any cause...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    UNDERSTANDING CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE

    Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) implies all structural abnormalities of the heart present since birth. A few of them may be silent in early life and manifest later in adolescence or adulthood. We are now seeing more cases of congenital heart diseases, owing mainly to a heightened awareness, an earlier clinical suspicion and improved diagnostic modalities., Dr.Nitin Rao, Leading Paediatric Cardiologist of...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Don't neglect Obstructive Defecation Syndrome

    Do you tend to pass hard stools? Or strain excessively while passing stool? It may not be constipation, instead, you must be suffering from a condition called obstructive defecation syndrome. Yes, you have heard it right Obstructive defecation syndrome (ODS) can be termed as the inability to pass stool through the digestive tract out of the rectum. This might be characterized by the need to strain...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    EF AND EFFICIENCY OF THE HEART

    When our heart receives oxygenated blood from the lungs, it expands and this is called diastole. After blood gets filled to a certain extent, it begins contracting, called systole, and supplies blood to various organs in the body. Our heart beats 72 times per minute and during every heart beat, the heart keeps supplying blood to different organs in the body continuously. The numerical indicating the efficiency of...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Facts about premature greying of hair

    There was a time when gray hair was related directly to one's age and treated as a sign of aging. These would appear typically around the 40s, and in some cases, even later. But today, the whole picture is quite different. While most people spot their first gray around their late 20s or early 30s, there are some cases where white hair is seen as early as in the teens. As we grow older, there is a loss in...

    • 4 weeks ago

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