Health

  • They Opened Him Up And Found 1.5 Litres Of Infected Pus
    When Kevin Breen first complained about feeling achy and tired, his wife couldn't help but wonder whether he was trying to wiggle out of a busy day of family responsibilities.
  • Top Ten First Aid Tips
    First aid is the life saving, critical help given to an injured or a sick person before medical aid arrives. This timely assistance, comprising of simple medical techniques, is most critical to the victims and is, often, life saving. Any layperson can be trained to administer first aid, which can be carried out using minimal equipments.
  • Get Ready To Enjoy A Safe And Colourful Holi
    People smear each other's faces with coloured powder known as 'Gulal' on Holi. Playing with colours on Holi is fun but can turn out to be harmful if care is not taken. It is recommended that natural colours and herbal dyes should be used. To make Holi truly colourful, read the following tips.
  • 'VIP' Counter At AIIMS Closed After Outrage
    The All India Institute of Medical Sciences or AIIMS has closed a counter set up exclusively to facilitate treatment for "VIPs" and the patients recommended by the Union Health Minister's office. The move comes after Union Health Minister JP Nadda expressed displeasure over the initiative taken by the AIIMS administration, hospital sources said.
  • Unhealthy Eating Linked To 400,000 US Deaths Per Year: Study
    Unhealthy eating habits can be blamed for more than 400,000 US deaths a year due to heart disease and related illnesses, researchers said Thursday.
  • World Kidney Day 2017 - All About Kidney Disease
    World Kidney Day is a global awareness campaign aimed at raising awareness of the importance of our kidneys to our overall health and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems worldwide. Dr Dinesh Khullar tell us all about kidney disease.
  • International Women's Day: Start with your health, #BeBoldForChange
    International Womens Day celebrates the essence and achievements of women all over the world. One of the most important rights that women have all over the world is the right to good health.
  • Celebrating Women This International Women's Day
    International Womens Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.
  • International Women's Day: Understanding Mental Health Issues in Women
    The far reaching differences between men and women have inspired curiosity, poetry, romance and polemics for centuries but they have only recently prompted scrutiny by medical and social scientists. Women have more frequent illness and disability but the problems are typically not serious life threatening ones.
  • Reduce Obesity Treat Diabetes
    Every ten kilograms of extra weight reduces life by three years. An obese person with a 50 kg of extra weight has already shortened his life by nearly 15 years. Commonly associated diseases like diabetes, heart problem, joint pains and risk of developing cancer may even shorten the life span of the person.
  • Yoga May Help Combat Depression: Study
    Participating in yoga and deep breathing classes twice a week along with home practice may effectively reduce the symptoms of depression, a new study claims.
  • Doctors Remove 838 Stones From Woman's Gall Bladder In Delhi
    Over 830 stones were removed from the gallbladder of a 60-year-old woman at a hospital in Delhi, doctors said today. The patient, suspected to be suffering from a cancerous tumour, had also been experiencing intermittent bouts of fever and was advised to go for an ultrasound and CT scan.
  • Are You Taking Care Of Your Teeth?
    Teeth affect our physical, mental, and social health. Good teeth are needed to chew food into pieces small enough for the digestive system to handle. They also help us look and feel good. Neglected teeth become diseased and cannot perform their function. They may cause bad breath and spoil a smile as well.
  • Is Your Child Stressed?
    Stressful events can disrupt a child's normal routine. A stressful event may be a change in the family, such as a move, divorce, death, or birth, abuse, sibling rivalry, parents fighting with each other or being in conflict with one or both parents. Many stressful events in a short period of time can have a greater effect on the child.
  • Drug Combo Cuts Breast Cancer Deaths In Key Trial
    Combining Roche's Perjeta and Herceptin drugs with chemotherapy reduced recurrence of aggressive breast cancer or death compared to Herceptin and chemo, the Swiss drugmaker said on Thursday.

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