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Causes For Hair Loss in Women

1 December, 2019
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Hair loss, also known as androgenetic alopecia is a condition that affects both men and women. Though it is commonly characterised as a disorder that occurs primarily in men, the truth is that it occurs in both, and differs only in the pattern of hair loss. Hair loss in men loss begins above the temples, …

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Most Effective Ayurvedic Panchakarma in PCOS

23 November, 2019
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PCOS is one of the most common maladies to affect women. Nearly 1 in 10 women suffer from this disorder. Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome is a condition where the ovaries develop multiple cysts causing it to expand to an abnormal size. PCOS has many adverse effects on other systems as well. It causes severe hormonal …

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3 Ways How DNA Sequencing Can Be Beneficial For Cancer Treatment

6 November, 2019
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Cancer is caused by changes in the DNA – genetic material that controls the cell function. In most cases, cancer is the result of uncontrolled cell division due to abnormalities in the DNA. Some of these changes can be inherited, but some can be sporadic. Each type of cancer can have a unique set of …

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CrediTalk: An Interview With Dr. Kunal Das On Gastrointestinal Diseases In India

18 September, 2019
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<p>Gastrointestinal diseases are very common these days because of the stressful and unbalanced life. There are different types of diseases related to Gastroenterology. These diseases are not life-threatening if detected at an early stage. We at C...

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#KnowIVF: Steps Included In IVF Procedure

12 September, 2019
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IVF is a wonderful process that has brought hope to many people’s lives. Couples with no children have got a huge relief from this science. This is a complex series of procedures to help with fertility or to prevent genetic problems. IVF is a process in which mature eggs are collected from the ovaries and …

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#LadiesAndBabies: Childhood Cancer

10 September, 2019
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Superheroes don’t wear capes, they fight CANCER! It is already September and we, at Credihealth, are celebrating Childhood Cancer Awareness Month with the rest of the world. Cancer is a fatal illness that has been pacing ahead of medical science. So far researchers and professionals have not come about with a cure for cancer. This …

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Overview: Centre Of Excellence Of Reliance Hospital, Navi Mumbai

29 August, 2019
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To heal and save people’s lives, Reliance hospital, Navi Mumbai was established. It is a super-specialty hospital that commits to delivering quality healthcare. This renowned hospital is equipped with the best medical technologies and patient-friendly facilities. This is a robust healthcare network that is accessible and affordable to every individual. To strengthen the healthcare system …

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#CrediTalk: An Interview With Dr. Yugal K Mishra On Heart Diseases In India

19 August, 2019
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<p>India has become a hub for cardiac diseases. The number of deaths caused by cardiovascular diseases rose by nearly 34% between 1990-2016. We can conveniently call this a state of a medical emergency. And it is valid now if you, like us, have qu...

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Neuroendocrine Tumor – Irrfan Khan Suffering From a Rare Kind Of Cancer

5 August, 2019
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<p>Do you know what is Neuroendocrine tumor? This is a rare type of tumor that develops from neuroendocrine cells. In other words, it is a condition in which neuroendocrine cells develop into tumors. In this post, we will describe the Neuroendocri...

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Tourette syndrome, A Rare Complex Neuropsychiatric Condition

30 July, 2019
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Tourette syndrome is a common neurodevelopmental disorder, characterized by multiple motor tics and at least one vocal (phonic) tic, with its onset in childhood. Tourette syndrome is defined as part of a spectrum of tic disorders, which includes provisional, transient and persistent (chronic) tics. These are sudden, intermittent, repetitive, unpredictable, purposeless, non-rhythmic, involuntary movements or sounds. Tics …

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Is It Safe To Donate Kidney For A Loved One?

27 June, 2019
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Kidney removal or nephrectomy is a major surgery that removes a part of the entire kidney. Donor nephrectomy removes a healthy kidney from a donor to be placed in another person whose both kidneys have failed (end-stage renal disease), a procedure known as kidney transplantation. Those considering donating one of their kidneys to a loved …

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Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Causes, symptoms and treatment

3 June, 2019
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There are many skin diseases that can be irritating and harmful for your skin, but one such disease that can have a long-term effect on your body is Lupus. Lupus or systemic lupus erythematosus is known to be a long-term autoimmune disease in which the immune system of the body becomes active and attacks normal …

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Parkinson’s Disease Meaning, Causes and Symptoms

10 April, 2019
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Parkinson’s diseases meaning is described as both a chronic and a progressive movement disorder, meaning that once it occurs the symptoms continue and worsen over time. It is named after Dr. James Parkinson, the doctor that first identified the condition. A whopping 4 million people (approximately) worldwide suffer from Parkinson’s disease and, around 1 in …

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Dealing with Severe Anxiety? This is for you

14 September, 2018
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Before being cited as anxiety disorders, the area of mental disorders, characterized by excessive anxiety were known as anxiety neurosis. Anxiety, in general, can be viewed as a feeling of worry that something bad is going to happen. Some of the common anxiety disorders include generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, social anxiety disorders and …

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Atrial Septal Defect / Hole in Heart – Things You Should Know

15 February, 2018
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Atrial Septal Defect (ASD), commonly known as Hole in Heart, is a congenital disorder of the heart that involves a hole in the wall (septum) that divides the two upper chambers of the heart. The defect causes freshly oxygenated blood in the upper left chamber of the heart (or left atrium) to flow into the …

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Understanding Crohn’s Disease

12 February, 2018
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Are you experiencing frequent bowels, diarrhea, fatigue, or blood in the stools? There could be possibilities that these are early signals of what might be a case of inflammatory bowel disease known as Crohn’s disease. Life with Crohn’s disease can be very difficult and tiresome! Before we discuss Crohn’s disease symptoms and treatment, let us …

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Bone Marrow Transplantation

5 February, 2018
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A bone marrow transplant may be defined as a process in which unhealthy and damaged bone marrow stem cells are replaced with healthy and functioning cells, through the process of surgery. Generally, bone marrow transplants are performed on patients that are suffering from diseases like leukemia, aplastic anaemia, Hodgkin’s lymphoma, thalassaemia, etc. Types of Bone …

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Alzheimer’s Disease Causes, Stages and Treatment

16 August, 2017
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Alzheimer’s disease causes the slow progressive neurological disorder which impacts the memory and other cognitive mental functions like thinking and reasoning skills. It is the most common form of neurodegenerative dementia which starts very slowly and steadily gets worse in a progressive manner. This memory-loss causing brain disease increases after the age of 70 and …

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Colon Cancer Causes and Symptoms

24 July, 2017
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Colon cancer causes and forms when the uncontrolled cell growth happens in the cells of the large intestine which results in colon cancer causes. It is not necessarily the same as rectal cancer, but they often occur together in what is called colorectal cancer. Rectal cancer originates in the rectum, which is the last several …

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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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