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Can In-ear Headphones Cause Infection? Learn Tips for Safe Usage

13 August, 2018
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There are several reasons for an ear infection such as allergies, sinus related infection, smoking or air pressure changes. But can in-ear headphones cause infection? You’d be surprised to know that in-ear headphones are one of the biggest cause of hearing loss, as per some studies. Therefore, this question has been at the center of …

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Heart Attack Treatment and Diagnosis

12 August, 2017
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Most people don’t comprehend that they are having a heart attack or a heart disease in general until they have chest pain (angina or a heart attack). With each passing minute after a heart attack, the heart tissue loses oxygen and deteriorates or dies an irreversible death. Therefore, one should never ignore even the trivial …

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Understanding Heart Transplant

23 March, 2017
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A heart transplant is procedure where a new healthy heart replaces the old diseased and dysfunctional heart. It is a treatment procedure that’s usually reserved for people who have tried medications or other surgeries, but their conditions haven’t improved enough. Most of the donor heart comes from people who have died and who have pledged …

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Beating Heart Bypass Surgery – Things You Should Know

5 March, 2017
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Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG), commonly referred Bypass Surgery, is a surgical procedure that redirects blood flow around a blockage or narrowed section in the major arteries supplying blood and oxygen to the heart. A cardiac surgeon can perform the bypass surgery in any of the 2 ways – Beating Heart Bypass Surgery is CABG …

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Life After Heart Attack

22 February, 2017
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Suffering a Heart Attack isn’t easy but once you have successfully passed that stage, living a fully productive life can be made easy. You might need to incorporate a few lifestyle changes in your daily routine to prevent any such events in future. The initial period post heart attack might be full of anxiety, fear …

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Common Heart Diseases in India

24 September, 2016
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Heart diseases refers to a situation where the blood vessels are blocked by deposition of fat, making it difficult for blood to flow through smoothly, thus leading to heart attack or stroke. Other conditions, such as those that affect your heart’s muscle, valves or rhythm, also fall in the category of cardiovascular diseases. Heart Attack …

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Pregnancy & Heart Problems

14 June, 2016
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Modern day women are experiencing new lifestyle changes which result in too much stress, late motherhood and unfortunately complications related to pregnancy. According a trusted gynecologist in Gurgaon, There has been an alarming rise in the number of women who have difficulty in conceiving and even higher number of women who go through a high-risk maternity …

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Vaginal Discharge: What’s not normal?

21 January, 2015
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Paying attention to the intimate organs of the body must be part of every woman’s self care regimen, and this includes the vagina. Would you know whether the vagina is healthy or in need of a doctor’s visit? Well, a big indicator of health down there is the vaginal discharge. It is normal for every …

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Cerebral Palsy: Early Age Brain Disorder

25 August, 2014
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Cerebral palsy is acquired at an early age, sometimes even before the birth of a child. It affects the motor functions of the body. Its signs and symptoms usually manifest in the first year of life. The abnormality in the motor functions is due to non-progressive brain lesions. The body’s motor system provides one with the …

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Why Fear A C-Section?

28 March, 2014
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Caesarean section (C-section) is a surgical procedure to deliver a baby through incisions made in the mother’s abdomen and uterus. What you need to know about Caesarean section Delivery by C-section is planned beforehand if you develop complications during your pregnancy, or you’ve had an earlier delivery through Caesarean section, or are opting for it by …

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Heart Surgery: Which Surgery do I Need?

19 March, 2014
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Heart surgery is used to treat complex Coronary Artery Diseases (CAD) when other forms of treatment like lifestyle changes, medical procedures and medicines fail to work or cannot be used. In CAD, a waxy substance known as plaque builds up inside coronary arteries, that supply blood to the heart. These plaques may harden or rupture, reducing the blood …

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All you need to know About Breast Cysts – Symptoms, Causes And Treatment

22 January, 2019
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<p>Breasts are an integral part of a woman’s anatomy. And with passage of time, we are hearing a term too often and that is Breast Cysts.Let us understand what a Breast Cyst is. Breasts are made up of lobules and ducts that produce and carry milk ...

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10 CrediMoms Share Their #DeliveryStories

5 May, 2018
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Hearing women’s stories of labor and birth can help us know what to expect and reassure us that our experiences are not unique. It goes without a shadow of a doubt that, sometimes swift, sometimes scary, delivery is an unforgettable experience! Here, parents look back on the birth of their babies and share their memories of delivery day. Below …

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First time sex can cause pregnancy? Is it true?

2 March, 2018
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Tons of people wonder whether you can get pregnant at first time sex or not? The answer to this million-dollar question is YES! it is totally true! Yes, you read it right, first time sex can cause pregnancy. Any young lady who has unprotected vaginal intercourse risks getting to be pregnant, regardless of whether it’s …

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Menstrual Cycle – How Does It Affect Your Health?

29 December, 2017
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The menstrual cycle is a monthly series of occurrences and changes that a woman’s body goes through in preparation for a possible pregnancy. It involves a release of an egg from the ovaries each month, a process known as ovulation, along with a series of hormonal changes that prepare the uterus for pregnancy. However, in …

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Breast Cancer Stages, Diagnosis and Treatment

22 August, 2017
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Breast cancer is a leading of death among women all over the world. However, it is surprising that if detected early, breast cancer is most often curable. Therefore, awareness about the various breast cancer stages can help in a timely and proper diagnosis and treatment. Screening & Diagnosis of Breast Cancer

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Recovery after Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG) and Exercises

25 July, 2017
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Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG), commonly known as Heart Bypass Surgery, is a procedure to correct narrowing or blockage of the arteries that provide oxygen and blood to the muscles of the heart. CABG is performed on individuals who have blockages in more than two coronary arteries or are suffering from coronary artery disease with …

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Breast Cancer in Men

7 June, 2017
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Breast cancer is not limited to just women, men also suffer from this disease, although one in every one thousand men have been diagnosed positive for it. Both men and women are born with breast tissues, and the development of cancer cells in these tissues causes breast cancer. It is a rare occurrence for men …

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Eye Flu: All You Need to Know

10 May, 2017
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What is Eye Flu? The medical term for eye flu or pink eye is conjunctivitis. It refers to an inflammation of the thin layer of clear tissue known as conjunctiva, which covers the white of the eye and lines the inside of an eyelid. What are the Causes of Eye Flu? Eye flu can occur …

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Breastfeeding Benefits: For Moms & Babies

13 April, 2017
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Benefits to the Mother Breastfeeding benefits the mother in many ways, such as: It may help to shrink back the Uterus to Pre-pregnancy size It also induces to lose Pregnancy weight It reduces the risk of Pre-menopausal Breast Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, and Osteoporosis. It decreases the risk of Uterine Bleeding and Anemia Specialist One should …