Healthcare Changemakers including Doctor Couple Changemakers to be felicitated & Digital Health Report to be released at the Conclave
On the completion of 75 years of independence, we have just celebrated Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, but the next 25 years will be the 'Amrit Kaal' (the
Dr. Bhanu Prasad
Senior Consultant Nephrologist
Apollo Hospitals, Hyderguda
What are the kidneys?
There are 2 kidneys: There is once in either side of your back. Each kidney is about the size of your fist.
What do the kidneys do?
Filter your blood, Remove extra water to make urine,
The participants took a route that resembled the shape of a bean (kidney), making it a one-of-a-kind event
After the grand success of the first edition of the bean-shaped (kidney) Cyclothon, Manipal Hospitals organized a second edition - Cyclothon 2.0 across the 10 centres in Bengaluru.
Recent advances and trends shaping the IVF industry in India
In vitro fertilization (IVF) offers the joy to have your off-spring which otherwise would not be a reality for many couples. IVF has gained much popularity among patients and medical professionals alike and it is now
A 30-year-old woman Manju (name changed to protect privacy) had vision problems for one and half years. Symptoms were of seeing floaters, flashes of lights, dark zigzag lines and episodes of blurred vision, which recurred several times in the day. They would last for seconds
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Asthma patients are more likely to have an asthma attack during winter
Cold & Flu are the top triggers for asthma people
Amid the ongoing cold waves of winters, smog and air pollution have resumed, thereby increasing the intensity of blocked airways in people’s lungs, giving a
Beginning the new year with a continued focus on patient care, Cipla Ltd. flagged off its patient outreach initiative - the Breathefree Yatra. This initiative focuses on helping people identify and understand their respiratory health status. This is done through increased access to channels that
Dr. Vinayaka M, Consultant Neurosurgeon (brain and spine Surgeon), Neurointerventionalist, Manipal hospital, Varthur.
Recurrence of stroke occurs more frequently in older age groups, typically in those between the ages of 50 and 60 years. People who have heart abnormalities are more likely to have a stroke
Dr Mahipal S Sachdev, Chairman & Medical Director, Centre for Sight Group of Hospitals
Cataract is the most common cause of decreased vision, especially among the geriatric population. About half the population by the age of 60 has cataract while around 80% of the people