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Surrogacy Bill 2016: Things You Should Know

The new Surrogacy Regulation Bill draft, 2016 is witnessing much criticism from the experts, intended parents and even surrogates. Last week, the draft of Assisted Reproductive Technology (Regulation) Bill 2016 was cleared by the Union Cabinet and waits to be passed in the Parliament winter session. The Bill draft is confronted by experts with being Read More

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Organ Donation in India

What You Can Donate to Save Lives? Organ donations can save hundreds of lives. Let us know which organs and tissues you can donate for life-saving organ and tissue transplant procedures. But before that, you must be aware of the basic criteria for organ donation. An organ or tissue donor should be: Registered organ donor Have Read More

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Understanding Pancreatitis

Pancreatitis Pancreatic disorders are mostly linked to gall bladder disease and alcoholism. In fact more than 80% of pancreatitis cases are due to these two reasons. Although the disease is treatable in its mild form but when get severe causes serious health damages. What is pancreatitis? Pancreatitis is an inflammation of your pancreas, a large Read More

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Kidney Donation in India: All you need to know

When a kidney failure cannot be fixed through medications and you are dependent only on dialysis for survival, kidney transplant is the only solution. A successful kidney transplant from a donor is a life changing surgery. But there is still prevailing unawareness about the kidney donation in India. Here we will understand the types of Read More

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Do you have Hepatitis?

Hepatitis is the most common viral disease worldwide, with hundreds of millions of people around the globe affected from it. Mostly people are unaware of their hepatitis infection, which puts them at high risk of developing life threatening chronic liver disease, cirrhosis or liver cancer. Timely treatment is essential as the disease is highly contagious Read More

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Fatty liver raises heart disease risk, related mortality

Recently, a study has found increased risk of cardiovascular disease in patients suffering with Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD). A research by Pitie-Salpetriere Hospital, Pierre and Marie Curie University found cardiovascular disease as the primary cause of death in patients suffering from Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD). Fatty liver and inflamed liver is an independent Read More

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Questions to Ask Before a Surgery

Questions to Ask Before a Surgery Every year millions of different surgeries are conducted in India to treat diseases. Surgeries are big treatment procedures both medically and financially. Thus, whether planned elective surgeries like knee replacement, liposuction, or urgent surgeries like angioplasty, kidney transplant, you are bound to have fears, anxieties, concerns and many questions Read More

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Do you have a Binge Eating Disorder (BED)?

Your stomach is full still you cannot stop eating; you like to eat alone trying to hide your multiple big servings from your family and friends; and even find it difficult to control yourself from overloading seeing your favorite foods like puddings, cakes or chicken burgers? And when once done, regret, guilt, and annoyance of Read More

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How to Play Healthy & Safe Holi ?

Holi brings with it immense joy, happiness and the riot of colors, which actually boost your minds and celebrations. But on this joyful and playful festival, do not ignore your health and safety. Here are some simple tips to safeguard your hair, skin and body on this Holi. Hair, eyes and skincare Apply coconut or Read More

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Signs that tell you have sinus infection

Often sinus infection or sinusitis is ignored thinking as common cold. If not treated on time, it can get really painful. Sinuses are hollow cavities in the skull connecting to the nose allowing free exchange of air and mucous. When these cavities are infected by virus, bacteria or fungi, the sinus lining get inflamed, swollen Read More

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Ear Reshaping: Get the Facts

Otoplasty (Ear reshaping) Otoplasty or ear reshaping surgery is a solution for correcting strangely shaped or disproportioned ears, which are by birth or due to mishap or injury. The aim of the surgery is to create a natural shape of the ear as much as possible in proportion to the face. Like other reconstructive surgeries, Read More

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Top 10 Foods for Healthy Eyes

Your eyes are important. Despite many eye diseases being preventable through our lifestyle and eating habits, we make ourselves susceptible to them. There is a lot you can do to boost your eyes health. Let’s begin here with the top 10 foods that are good for your overall eyes health. 1. Carrots Lutein and zeaxanthin Read More

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How to deal with hair loss?

Hair loss is a common problem troubling both men and women equally. Age is no more a detrimental factor for hair loss. It can happen to anyone at any age. Even children and persons as young as in their teens or twenties too face it. Hair loss or alopecia brings with it not only the Read More

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How Worst can Smoking get for You?

Today the world is observing ‘No Smoking Day’ and calls for ‘quit smoking’ owing to the scary consequences of smoking. A known fact – cigarette smoking kills you, and that too slowly and steadily ruining every organ in your body. You could face awful diseases and frightful health issues. It not only ruins you physically Read More

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Bacteria for Healthy Heart

It may surprise you how bacteria can affect your heart’s health. Yes, the microorganism in your gut plays an important role in maintaining healthy life. It is known gut bacteria affects digestion, immunity, bones density, and much more that scientists are trying to decode. Now they are said to keep your hearts healthy too. Probiotic Read More

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Quick Tips to Control your Diabetes

Diabetics are highly prone to diseases and infections. Not managed diabetes can lead you to many serious ailments like blindness, glaucoma, cancer, heart stroke, kidney damage, and other complications in your body. These days diabetes is increasingly occurring in younger people too. It is important to note, there is no cure for diabetes but it Read More

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