Parul Chopra

'Parul Chopra' - 25 News Result(s)

  • Getting Up To Wee At Night:  Do I Have A Problem?
    Written by Parul Chopra | Friday October 13, 2017
    There is nothing like a restful night of sleep but then a frequent need to get up and go urinate can wreak havoc.
  • Do You Stop Yourself From Donating Blood? Debunking Top 6 Myths About Blood Donation
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Wednesday June 14, 2017
    A majority of us have been believing stories about the effects and results of blood donation, that science completely discredits. On World Blood Donor Day 2017, we debunk 6 popular myths that prevent people from performing the good deed of blood donation.
  • World Blood Donor Day 2017: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Blood Donation
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Wednesday June 14, 2017
    Every year, on 14 June, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day. This year's theme being "Give blood. Give now. Give often", we tell you all that you ever wanted to know about blood donation.
  • Chaitra Navratri 2017: Why You Should Fast And How
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Friday March 31, 2017
    Navratri is an important festivals of Hindus, celebrated with lots of enthusiasm all across the country. During this time some people fast for all nine days whereas some may just fast on the first and the last day. Most people avoid non-vegetarian food items, alcohol, onion and garlic in their food.
  • Gudi Padwa 2017: Health Benefits Of Neem And Jaggery
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Tuesday March 28, 2017
    Gudi Padwa or Ugadi marks the beginning of spring and is considered a very auspicious time. It also marks the Hindu New year. A mixture of neem and jaggery are eaten this day, which are very healthy by their inherent nature. Let's read some of its health benefits.
  • Is Tuberculosis A Dangerous Disease?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday March 23, 2017
    World TB Day is designed to build public awareness that tuberculosis today remains an epidemic in much of the world, causing the deaths of nearly one-and-a-half million people each year, mostly in developing countries. It commemorates the day in 1882 when Dr Robert Koch astounded the scientific community by announcing that he had discovered the cau...
  • All About Blood Donation
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Monday March 20, 2017
    There is tremendous demand for blood in hospitals. Many patients die because they are not able to cope with the loss of blood. Blood is the most precious gift that anyone can give to another person - the gift of life. Let's read all about blood donation.
  • Should You Exercise With Arthritis?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Monday March 20, 2017
    Exercise reduces joint pain and stiffness and increases flexibility, muscle strength, and endurance. It also helps with weight reduction and contributes to an improved sense of well-being. Exercise is one part of a comprehensive arthritis treatment plan. Treatment plans may also include rest/relaxation, proper diet and medication.
  • Top Ten First Aid Tips
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday March 16, 2017
    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
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Friday March 10, 2017
    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.
  • Are You Taking Care Of Your Teeth?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday March 9, 2017
    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?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday March 9, 2017
    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.
  • Board Exams 2017: Beat The Stress And Ace Them
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Tuesday March 7, 2017
    Its exam time again! Time for sleepless nights, revision stress, sample papers and lots of tension! Most students sweat as the date of examinations approaches. To increase productivity and take the exams well, it is necessary - besides studying hard to reduce the stress by focusing on eating habits, sleep patterns, mental and physical fitness.
  • Do You Need Surgery For Weight Loss?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Tuesday February 28, 2017
    Weight loss surgery helps people with extreme obesity to lose weight. It may be an option if you cannot lose weight through diet and exercise or have serious health problems caused by obesity.
  • 10 Reasons For Delayed Periods
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday August 2, 2018
    Late periods: Pregnancy is the most common cause of a missed period. If you might be pregnant, treat yourself as if you are pregnant until you know for sure. If you are not pregnant, there could be other causes of missed or delayed periods.

'Parul Chopra' - 25 News Result(s)

  • Getting Up To Wee At Night:  Do I Have A Problem?
    Written by Parul Chopra | Friday October 13, 2017
    There is nothing like a restful night of sleep but then a frequent need to get up and go urinate can wreak havoc.
  • Do You Stop Yourself From Donating Blood? Debunking Top 6 Myths About Blood Donation
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Wednesday June 14, 2017
    A majority of us have been believing stories about the effects and results of blood donation, that science completely discredits. On World Blood Donor Day 2017, we debunk 6 popular myths that prevent people from performing the good deed of blood donation.
  • World Blood Donor Day 2017: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Blood Donation
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Wednesday June 14, 2017
    Every year, on 14 June, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day. This year's theme being "Give blood. Give now. Give often", we tell you all that you ever wanted to know about blood donation.
  • Chaitra Navratri 2017: Why You Should Fast And How
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Friday March 31, 2017
    Navratri is an important festivals of Hindus, celebrated with lots of enthusiasm all across the country. During this time some people fast for all nine days whereas some may just fast on the first and the last day. Most people avoid non-vegetarian food items, alcohol, onion and garlic in their food.
  • Gudi Padwa 2017: Health Benefits Of Neem And Jaggery
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Tuesday March 28, 2017
    Gudi Padwa or Ugadi marks the beginning of spring and is considered a very auspicious time. It also marks the Hindu New year. A mixture of neem and jaggery are eaten this day, which are very healthy by their inherent nature. Let's read some of its health benefits.
  • Is Tuberculosis A Dangerous Disease?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday March 23, 2017
    World TB Day is designed to build public awareness that tuberculosis today remains an epidemic in much of the world, causing the deaths of nearly one-and-a-half million people each year, mostly in developing countries. It commemorates the day in 1882 when Dr Robert Koch astounded the scientific community by announcing that he had discovered the cau...
  • All About Blood Donation
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Monday March 20, 2017
    There is tremendous demand for blood in hospitals. Many patients die because they are not able to cope with the loss of blood. Blood is the most precious gift that anyone can give to another person - the gift of life. Let's read all about blood donation.
  • Should You Exercise With Arthritis?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Monday March 20, 2017
    Exercise reduces joint pain and stiffness and increases flexibility, muscle strength, and endurance. It also helps with weight reduction and contributes to an improved sense of well-being. Exercise is one part of a comprehensive arthritis treatment plan. Treatment plans may also include rest/relaxation, proper diet and medication.
  • Top Ten First Aid Tips
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday March 16, 2017
    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
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Friday March 10, 2017
    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.
  • Are You Taking Care Of Your Teeth?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday March 9, 2017
    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?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday March 9, 2017
    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.
  • Board Exams 2017: Beat The Stress And Ace Them
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Tuesday March 7, 2017
    Its exam time again! Time for sleepless nights, revision stress, sample papers and lots of tension! Most students sweat as the date of examinations approaches. To increase productivity and take the exams well, it is necessary - besides studying hard to reduce the stress by focusing on eating habits, sleep patterns, mental and physical fitness.
  • Do You Need Surgery For Weight Loss?
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Tuesday February 28, 2017
    Weight loss surgery helps people with extreme obesity to lose weight. It may be an option if you cannot lose weight through diet and exercise or have serious health problems caused by obesity.
  • 10 Reasons For Delayed Periods
    Health | Written by Parul Chopra | Thursday August 2, 2018
    Late periods: Pregnancy is the most common cause of a missed period. If you might be pregnant, treat yourself as if you are pregnant until you know for sure. If you are not pregnant, there could be other causes of missed or delayed periods.
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