Endocrinology Articles


The Harmful Effects Of Plastic On Human Health

18 September, 2019

No doubt, plastic is one of the most harmful things in the whole world. Not only for human beings, but it is also harmful to animals as well. Most of us have been using plastic from our childhood because we are not aware of the harmful effects of Plastic. Let us have a look at …


Hormonal Imbalance In Women And Men

20 April, 2019

Are you depressed and feeling tired all the time? Struggling with mood swings, hair loss, fatigue? Gaining weight for no reason? If so…then chances are your hormones are trying to tell you something. Generally, these problems arise with a Hormonal Imbalance. With so much stress and anxiety, in today’s increasing competition, the condition is on …


Relation Between Type 2 Diabetes and Diet Drinks

28 March, 2017

We have heard this before and we will hear it again: Diet Drinks raise the risk for type 2 diabetes but for people already living with type 2 diabetes prefer these drinks since they cause zero effect to the blood sugars. And most of the calorie conscious or weight wary people


How to Choose the Right IVF Doctor & Hospital

10 March, 2017

Infertility has been on the rise in urban India. 15 out of every 100 couples in urban India are opting for Alternative Reproductive Procedure(ARP). However choosing the right IVF doctor can be a daunting task. Couples often reach out to popular Gynaecologist or they go by word of mouth. Also choosing the right IVF Doctor saves …


Diet for Type 1 Diabetes Patients

1 March, 2017

Type 1 Diabetes Patients have no insulin production in the body and need to take insulin injections daily to maintain their glucose or sugar levels consistently. Sugar levels vary highly post meals and can be highly damaging if the blood glucose levels remain high for longer periods and do not return to their normal levels …


How to Choose the Right IVF Specialist & Hospital

22 February, 2017

With the generated awareness and ongoing researches in the field of reproductive sciences ,the rates of IVF counselling have witnessed a tremendous rise. Every 3rd couple out of 100 in urban spaces opt for for ART (Assisted Reproductive Technique). Choosing the right IVF specialist is an important decision, but it can feel like a daunting task. Often …


7 Superfoods to Boost Metabolism

1 August, 2016

Metabolism is defined as a complex biochemical process to produce energy for various body functions like circulation of blood, breathing, food digestion, maintaining hormonal balance, growth and repair of cells. Metabolic rate is the rate at which the consumed calories are converted to energy. This rate varies from person to person. In addition to age, …


Diabetes Treatment Options

18 July, 2016

The basic objective of diabetes treatment is to keep the blood sugar (glucose) levels under control. Diabetes is a life-long condition and there is no guaranteed cure for it but there are certain ways to keep manage it by keeping blood sugar at safe levels. You should work with your endocrinologist to devise an effective diabetes treatment plan …


Sushanth Kodela, CrediHero, Adreno Cortical Carcinoma Survivor

4 November, 2015

Sushanth Kodela was 24 years old when he found out he had rare cancer – Adreno Cortical Carcinoma. ” It all started when I discovered that there was a mild breast enlargement during my graduation days. I was very concerned about my body image and straight away headed to a physician


(Late) Krishna Murthy, 91, CrediHero

13 June, 2015

“It takes a brave heart to battle and a determined soul to recuperate and the thoughtful mind to live the life’s moments and radiate the same positive energy to people around amidst the fierce battle.” We come across many people from versatile lifestyles, ages and thoughts. At times, they influence our lives and living by …


5 major infertility causes in Women

21 July, 2014

Let’s take a look at infertility causes in women. Ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes are the three important organs in female fertility. Female eggs lie inside the two oval-shaped ovaries on either side of the uterus. A girl is born with about 1 to 2 million eggs which began to die as one gets older. There are …


Difference Between Type 1 & 2 Diabetes?

4 July, 2014

What’s the difference between type 1 and 2 diabetes? While both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are characterised by elevated levels of blood glucose, the two differ in the way they develop in a patient. What are type 1 and type 2 diabetes? Type 1 diabetes was previously also known as ‘juvenile diabetes’ or …


Staying Indoors Causes Weakness in Bones

17 April, 2014

Avinash Shinde is a call centre agent who works night shift and sleep throughout most of the day. He hardly gets to see sunlight for the past many years. For the last few weeks, he was experiencing muscle cramps as well as pain and tenderness in arms and legs. So he went to consult a …