Category : Doctars Speak

Holi 2019 – Keep your skin, eyes and hair safe with Ayurveda

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Dr. Partap Chauhan, Director, Jiva Ayurveda No country in the world celebrates spring as extravagantly as India does. From Holi to Vasant Utsav to Bihu, the entire nation celebrates spring with great pomp and …

Manohar Parrikar passed away due to pancreatic cancer: All about pancreatic cancer

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by Dr K K Aggarwal President Heart Care Foundation of india Union Minister Shri Ananth Kumar passed away last year due to pancreatic cancer. And, now Manohar Parrikar died of pancreatic cancer on Sunday. …

Safety on Priority During the Festival of Colours

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Dr. Aritra Sarkar, Consultant Dermatologist, Medica Superspceicalty Hospital Before you step out on 21st of March to rent the air with burst of colours and smear friends and family members with bright hues of …

PRP helps woman Athlete with thin uterus conceive through IVF

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A Young sprinter after winning many state level competitions was highly dedicated into her running and achieving National level championship. Her dedication was to that extent that she had to maintain the right physique …

Preventive Healthcare is a must for working women

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 Dr Kirti Chadha, Head of Global Reference Laboratory, Metropolis Healthcare Ltd The constant race between her work, social obligations, and family life has made the career woman weak and susceptible to serious health issues. …

Advanced procedures in Liver Transplantation boon for patients with chronic liver failure

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Advancements made in the techniques of Liver transplantation, has continued to evolve drastically, such that the patient not only lives a longer life but also has better quality of survival post treatment. “Developments in …

Blind spots, zig-zag lines, or seeing stars? It could be ‘The Ocular Migraine’

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Dr Arindam Dey, Head- CDMA, Alcon India Flashes of light, shimmering stars and a fade to black. While this may sound like the climactic end to a sci fi movie, don’t be fooled. These …

Alzheimer disease the most common cause of dementia

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Dr. Vishakhadatta Mathur Kumaraswamy, Consultant Neurology, Columbia Asia Hospital Whitefield Alzheimer disease is a neurological disorder that causes memory loss due to early death of brain cells. It is a condition that mostly arises …

Now natural cartilage of the joints can be regenerated and need not be replaced

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Dr. (Prof). Raju Vaishya President of Indian Cartilage Society (ICS) At the 5th International Congress of Indian Cartilage Society, discussions will be held on techniques for regeneration of cartilage In the time to come, …

Cancer: A disease with increasing incidence and confusing trends

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A recent report highlighted that cancer is the second leading cause of death after heart disease in India. Although incidence has continuously shown up going trends for the past few years, it still remains …