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10 Health Benefits of Chiropractic Care

1 August, 2018
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Talking with your family and friends, you have probably heard at least a few of them mention how they have a chiropractor appointment. That, or they may have spoken to you about how they went to see one and how they felt so much better afterwards. That’s because there are a plethora of health benefits …

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Reasons For Growth Of Medical Tourism in India

7 September, 2017
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Medical tourism is the term given to the phenomena of people traveling to another country seeking medical treatment. Therefore, medical tourism in India essentially refers to patients from other countries coming to India for their medical treatments. India is among the top three destinations for medical tourism in Asia – along with Thailand and Singapore, …

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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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Brain Swelling – Causes & Symptoms

14 March, 2017
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Causes of Brain Swelling: Brain edema also known as cerebral edema or brain swelling, happens as a result of an impact to the brain or a brain injury. It may happen either to sudden increase in blood pressure, any accident that causes brain injury or due to any infectious disease like mumps, malaria, Reyes syndrome, …

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Signs & Symptoms of Meningitis

21 February, 2017
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Meningitis represents the swelling of the membranes of the brain and spinal cord. Meningitis can be caused by variety of pathogens like viruses, fungi or bacteria. Most of the times, meningitis is caused by bacteria and viruses. A neurologist has to be consulted if you experience any of the below mentioned signs or symptoms of …

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Understanding Bipolar Disorder Symptoms

10 October, 2016
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Bipolar Disorder is a psychological disorder that causes extreme shifts in mood of the person . The mood of the person can range from a period of depression to a period of maniac, why the person appears to be on drugs. In a maniac phase the bipolar patient is burned with a sudden inflow of …

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Migraine: 4 Yoga Poses for Relief from Pounding Pain

7 October, 2016
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Headaches are a particularly nasty things to deal with because they can happen during any time of the day. They are especially annoying when happening in the morning. Migraine is a more aggressive form of headache that can cause extreme pain and discomfort, as well as is harder to get rid of. Medication does exist, but a …

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Five Foods to Avoid if you Have PCOD/PCOS

17 August, 2016
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If you have Polycystic Ovary Disease or Syndrome (PCOD/PCOS), then managing your diet is really important. In this article, we are going to list five foods that must be avoided like the plague. Before that, let’s know what PCOD is. Read: Female Hormones: How do they Effect Mood, Appetite and Libido? What is PCOD? Polycystic …

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Women: 10 Health Symptoms to Watch Out

27 July, 2016
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Women tend to get so engrossed in taking care of everybody else that they barely get time to take care of themselves. Some of the symptoms may seem trivial but it just might be an underlying cause to a serious health condition. It is, thus, important to have an eye out for any changes in …

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Migraine – Causes, Triggers & Treatment

21 July, 2016
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A migraine is defined as a severe painful headache which is often accompanied by blind spots, nausea, vomiting, flashes of light, and even tingling in the arms and legs. The pain which comes as a result of these severe headaches can last up to several days. While explaining a migraine, a top Neurologist in Gurgaon …

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5 Superfoods for a Healthy Brain

11 July, 2016
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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 Healthy Kidneys

4 July, 2016
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Kidneys are like the cleaning staff of your body. Their job is to process all the waste and send it out of the body from the bladder in the form of urine. Thankfully, all of us are blessed with two kidneys and in case there is a problem in the functioning of one, the other one …

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6 Ways to Boost your Brain Power

28 June, 2016
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Your brain needs to be fit and alert for everyday situations like an office presentation, an important discussion, studying for an exam or performing from memory. While you may be following a healthy diet and exercising to keep your body in shape, however the question that arises is how to maintain brain health and keep the mind sharp. …

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3 Types of Brain Infections

25 May, 2016
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A majority of the times infections in the brain are because of a virus or bacteria, but in some cases parasites and fungi can infect the brain too. Mainly, there are 3 types of brain infections Brain Abscess Meningitis Encephalitis Brain Abscess is the collection of material (usually from an infection) inside the brain. Meningitis …

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Brain Stroke: Things You Should Know

25 April, 2016
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A brain stroke, also known by the term ‘brain attack’, strikes when there is a hindrance in the circulation of the blood to the brain. When the brain cells do not receive the required amount of oxygen because of decrease in the blood flow, they get damaged and eventually die. This leads to a brain stroke. …

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Brain Tumor – Frequently Asked Questions

5 February, 2015
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What is Brain Tumor? Brain tumor is a mass of abnormal cells in a part of the brain. Brain tumour may be benign tumour (not a cancer) or malignant (cancer). They are found in both adult & children. How do I know that I have brain tumor? What are the signs & symptoms?  Signs & …

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Stroke FAQ

3 February, 2015
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Stroke FAQ: What is stroke? Stroke (or Cerebrovascular accident) is an emergency condition. Sudden loss of function of a part of brain is caused by sudden brain damage either due to sudden stoppage of blood supply to brain or due to bleeding within brain. The patient usually complains of paralysis of either one side of …

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Positive Impact on medical tourism thanks to e-visa

10 January, 2015
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Medical Tourism is a type of tourism where people from a country go to another country for getting some type of medical treatment. It is an immensely growing sector in India. Treatment for almost all types of diseases can be availed here and these healthcare procedures are very low-priced (typically 1/10th the cost) compared to …

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Dangerous Lifestyle Mistakes of 9 to 5 Employees

3 November, 2014
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‘Sitting is the New Smoking’ proclaim many leading researchers and publications. They are of course referring to the sedentary behaviours and lifestyle mistakes (or low level of energy expenditure) of modern life such as sitting for long hours at workplace, watching TV or surfing the Internet, which reflect an increased physical inactivity among a large …

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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 …