Excessive Talking On Mobile Phones Increases Chances Of High Blood Pressure
"It is the need of the hour to limit mobile phone usage and follow a well-balanced lifestyle to manage high blood pressure or hypertension"
Dr Brajesh Kunwar, Head of Cardiology Department, Medicover Hospitals, Navi Mumbai
Dr Sudhir Kumar
Senior Consultant Neurologist,
Apollo Hospitals, Jubilee Hills.
This year World Sleep Day is being celebrated on March 17, 2023. The theme for this year is “Sleep is essential for health”.
What are the health-related benefits of normal sleep?
The purpose of normal sleep is not only to
Dr Bimal Chhajer, ex-consultant, AIIMS, New Delhi, and Director – SAAOL Heart centre.
Heart attack is a cause of blockage of blood flow through the blood vessels due to plaque build up that breaks down into clots. While the heart has to work harder to
The walkathon with the theme ‘Walk Madi Diabetes Solisi’ received an overwhelming participation
Apollo Hospitals, Sheshadripuram, organised a walkathon on Sunday called "Walk Madi Diabetes Solisi’ to create awareness and encourage people to follow an active lifestyle to reduce the risk of diabetes. The walkathon
Nashik: A team headed By Dr Nitin Kochar ( cardiac Surgeon) and Dr Vishal Sawale ( Consultant Neurologist & Stroke Specialist ) at Wockhardt Hospital, Nashik successfully gave a new lease of life to a 58-year-old man with a heart attack and Brain stroke that
Redcliffe Labs, India's fastest-growing diagnostic service provider, launched the "DilKiSuno" campaign for World Heart Day to raise awareness on how adopting a healthy lifestyle at any age can reduce your chance of developing heart disease and having a heart attack or stroke.
The "DilKiSuno" campaign highlights
Authored by Dr. Vikram Kekatpure, Head & Senior Consultant - Head & Neck Oncology, Aster CMI Hospital
31st may is observed as world no tobacco day. It is an opportunity to renew our commitment towards tobacco control, creating awareness about tobacco related health issues, helping
A recent study in the Lancet Journal proposes that the risk of heart-attack and stroke is three-times more probable in the two-weeks following a Covid infection. A control group of 348,481 patients were studied in Sweden and the occurrence of myocardial infraction or heart-attack, and