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Contraception Options For Different Age and Stages

13 January, 2020
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Contraception or Birth Control is a method for preventing pregnancy. The only foolproof method to prevent pregnancy is abstinence, that is, not have sex. If one is sexually active, then adopting birth control methods is the best way to avoid pregnancy.However, each of these methods has its own set of pros and cons. The important …

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Stem Cell Preservation: No or Yes?

27 December, 2019
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It is natural for expecting parents to prepare their home and environment for the arrival of their baby. This includes childproofing home gadgets and furniture to purchasing new ones to ensure safety. Another procedure that allows parents to safeguard against future medical emergencies is stem cell preservation of their newborn’s umbilical cord blood. Why is …

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Don’t Miss These Pre-Pregnancy Tests

30 November, 2019
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Pregnancy tests are an important part of pre-pregnancy care as an apparently healthy-looking woman may carry diseases that do not cause symptoms, but can pose risks to her and her future baby if left untreated. Common Pre-Pregnancy Tests It is also safer to identify and treat any existing conditions while a woman is not yet …

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Weather and Joint Pain: What’s the Link?

1 November, 2019
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You would have heard it many times – an elderly person predicting a change in the weather just because their joints begin to ache. They say their joint pain or arthritis worsens every time the temperature drops. In fact, the earliest observations go as back as 400 B.C. when Hippocrates noticed how certain illnesses were …

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Scanning Apollo Spectra Hospitals: Specialists In Surgery

23 August, 2019
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When one thinks of a hospital visit, it is normal to panic. Especially at times when the visit is regarding surgery or an operation, the fear is heightened. So what is required is a friendly approach to address this sensation.Fortunately, Indian masses now have a solution at hand. Apollo Spectra Hospitals is the ultimate landing …

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PCOS: What it does to a woman’s body

11 March, 2019
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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) was termed after the visible change that the disorder brings in the ovaries of women affected by it, i.e. ovaries look like cysts. PCOS actually brings about a host of metabolic and endocrine changes in the body, essentially resulting from how it changes the body’s response to certain hormones. Common Changes …

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5 Superfoods for a Healthy Brain

11 December, 2018
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Our brain is one of the most important organs of our bodies and everything we perceive at any given time – smelling a flower, seeing a movie, hearing a melodious song; will not make sense to us if it wasn’t for our brains. According to a trusted neurologist in Mumbai,  as we grow old our brain health …

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5 Superfoods For Your Healthy Lungs

8 July, 2018
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We are inhaling dangerous levels of pollution these days. While the Indian government and people, in general, roam around on the roads oblivious to the damage that is being done to their bodies, researchers and environmentalists are in horror of its future implications. Contrary to what most people believe – breathing in the polluted air …

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Indian Diet after Angioplasty: What to Eat and What to Avoid

27 March, 2018
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A well-maintained diet after angioplasty plays a crucial role in the process of recovery after an angioplasty procedure. When a person experiences coronary artery disease, the arteries or the corridors in the heart may totally or partially be obstructed by a sticky material called plaque (made up of cholesterol). This medical condition is called atherosclerosis, …

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Preventive checkup Methods For A Healthy Heart

9 October, 2017
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Keeping a healthy heart and preventing coronary artery disease or cardiovascular disease requires managing the risk factors that cause the disorder. Risk factors for heart disease include high cholesterol, high blood glucose, high blood pressure, family history of heart disease, among others. To know what factor can affect the heart in a person, screening tests …

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Do You Give Way To Ambulances, Or Do You Ignore Them Completely?

11 September, 2017
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What to do when the ambulance shows up behind you with lights flashing and sirens blaring on full blast? It is the most common question all riders and drivers ask themselves at some point, but a lot of them when it’s too late. In the developing country like ours, almost 90% of the time, drivers …

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Types of Ambulances – Which.. When.. How..?

30 August, 2017
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We have all seen ambulances racing down the street with their lights and sirens blazing and we all know that these emergency vehicles are very important in saving the lives of those patients who are in urgent need of a medical assistance. Apart from knowing the emergency ambulance numbers for ambulance nearby, one should also …

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Symptoms of Heart Attack in Men and Women

8 August, 2017
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The quicker someone is treated when having a heart attack, the greater the chances of success and lesser the damage to the heart. However, nearly 25% of all heart attacks occur without any previous warning signs. It is imperative to remain aware of all the various symptoms of heart attack for faster and efficient diagnosis …

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Kidney Transplant: Complications

29 March, 2017
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Kidney transplant is like any other surgery and involves major risk factors like blood clotting, bleeding, infection, failure of the donated kidney, and rejection of the donated kidney. However, there are other complications to look out for post kidney transplant, which should be reported to the transplant team. These are critical complications that need immediate …

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Head and Neck Cancer – Causes & Symptoms

4 March, 2017
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Head and Neck Cancer are identified by the area in which they begin. They affect the oral cavity, salivary glands, paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx and lymph nodes in the neck. They begin in the squamous cells which line the moist, mucosal surfaces inside the head and neck and sometimes salivary glands. Causes of …

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Pancreatic Cancer – Causes & Symptoms

26 October, 2016
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Causes Pancreatic cancer has a genetic predisposition. It is disease caused due to damage to the DNA, and occurs as a result of inheritance a faulty set of genes. The cell usually possesses two damaged copies of the gene, one which is inherited and the other one which has been acquired during life. That is …

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Understanding the Concept of Dialysis

22 October, 2016
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Dialysis is carried out in patients whose kidney/kidneys have stopped functioning normally. External support helps perform the functions of the kidney. It helps patients with kidney failure to lead a normal and productive life. Certain vital functions performed by kidneys include regulation of fluid balance, removal of waste products like urea and uric acid. When …

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Prostate Cancer Symptoms & Risk Factors

5 October, 2016
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Generally, prostate cancer is not diagnosed till the later stages as the prostate cancer symptoms don’t surface early on. The signs vary from person to person as the cancer may be caused by different factors. According to an experienced oncologist, As a precautionary measure, after the age of 50, men are recommended to consult a …

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Cervical Cancer – Causes, Symptoms & Diagnosis

30 September, 2016
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Cervical cancer is the cancer of cervix, which is the lower part of the uterus and connects it to the vagina. It tends to occur during the early thirties to late 50s and it is essential to screen for cervical cancer on a routine basis. In India, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in …

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Credihealth Hall of Fame – Cardiology Hospitals in India

29 September, 2016
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India is emerging as a hub for world class medical facilities. Indian doctors are leading practitioners in the field of medicine across the globe, also patients from different parts of the world are coming to India for treatment. Cardiology treatments in India are appropriately priced and various hospitals around the country are equipped with trained …

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