Understanding Why Kids need to go in for Deworming

08-02-2019   |   Posted By: Mona Singh  |   282 View(s)

Well as Kids a lot of us have faced issues with Worms and our Parents had to go in for Deworming to keep us away from the bad effects of worms. The article talks about the various aspects of Deworming-What causes it, How it can be prevented and the medication available for its treatment . Read more...

Fighting Cancer :Together we Can,Together we Will

04-02-2019   |   Posted By: Vivek Singh  |   271 View(s)

Cancer is one word which is dreaded by one and all. The very fact that it is perceived to be a life threating disease is not true to some extent as it is very much possible to recover from it if it is diagnosed at the right time and at the right stage.The most important thing is to be aware of the possible symptoms of this disease and going in for regular health checkups and be alert to any abnormal developments in the body. There are various . Read more...

Winter Asthma: Top Ways to Deal with Asthma in the Chilly Weather

31-01-2019   |   Posted By: Chhavi  |   381 View(s)

Winters are pretty hard for people with asthma. In asthma, the lungs are already more reactive and irritable. So any virus that impacts and harms the lungs can create more problems that bring on an asthma event faster and easier than people realise. Many experts say that an asthma attack is more likely to happen during the and winter months. There are basically two challenges for people with asthma in the winter season. One is that people spend m. Read more...

All About Asian Eyelid Surgery

23-01-2019   |   Posted By: Admin  |   116 View(s)

Having Asian heritage results in many unique features, and roughly half of all Asian people are born with a single eyelid. This type of eye shape is identified by the lack of a definable eyelid and crease when the eye is open. A monolid can make the eye appear smaller, and it may make it difficult to participate in makeup trends like winged eyeliner. Commonly called an Asian blepharoplasty or a double eyelid surgery, this aesthetic procedure help. Read more...

Benefits of Smiling: What Happens to our Body when we Smile?

21-01-2019   |   Posted By: Mona Singh  |   397 View(s)

`Laughter is the greatest medicine in this world. But did you know that even a smile on your face provides you with a lot of health benefits? Yes, it does! Smiling doesn’t just make you happy but also improves your mental and physical health. There are many health benefits of smiling that we bet you aren’t aware of. Are you curious to know what really happens to our body when we smile? Read this post to know all about the advantages of smilin. Read more...

Overeating healthy foods could be dangerous to your health!

14-01-2019   |   Posted By: Chhavi  |   237 View(s)

Foods that are healthy must be eaten by everyone because they provide us with a lot of health benefits. But doing anything in excess can be harmful, and same is the case with overeating healthy foods. There are many healthy foods that can harm your health if you eat them too much. Here is a list of nutritious and healthy foods that you should consume in moderation or else they will harm your health. Overeating healthy foods can be dangerous to h. Read more...

The Basic Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of High Cholesterol

09-01-2019   |   Posted By: Chhavi  |   465 View(s)

Cholesterol is an essential substance for the body; however, if the levels in the blood get too high, it becomes dangerous and might lead to serious health diseases such as Hypertension, Peripheral Vascular Diseases, Chest Diseases, Heart Attacks and Strokes. High Cholesterol is thus dangerous for our health, and we must take steps to avoid this health condition. Cholesterol is a fat-like substance which is produced by our liver. It is a fat w. Read more...

5 Common PCOD Questions Answered!

23-12-2018   |   Posted By: Rajni Joshi  |   276 View(s)

Believe us or not, but PCOD has become a widespread health issue amongst females! It's a bit difficult to believe, but yes one in every ten women in India has the polycystic ovarian disease. And out of every ten women diagnosed with PCOD, six are found to be teenagers! A study conducted by the endocrinology and metabolism department of AIIMS shows that about 20-25 percent of Indian women of childbearing age are already suffering from the problem . Read more...