Diabetes,BP & Cancer Cases Rising Rapidly in India

01-11-2019   |   150 View(s)

India is witnessing an accelerated rise in the prevalence of chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs) like hypertension, diabetes and cancer. Out of 6.51 crore, people diagnosed at state-run NCD clinics during 2018, over 40 lakh were detected with hypertension, more than 31 lakh with diabetes, whereas over 11 lakh people were suffering from both hypertension and diabetes. . Read more...

Blood Tests That you Should be Aware Of !

20-09-2019   |   443 View(s)

Here is a list of Few Blood Tests that we might have heard about but never knew its importance. These range from simple Blood Sugar Test too much more complicated CA-125 which can help in detection of cancer. Knowing about these tests can help us to increase our awareness about various diseases and help to prevent such diseases by taking appropriate action at the right time to enable us stay Fit and Healthy. . Read more...

A Simple Blood Test to Detect Cancer is Now a Reality in India.

21-08-2019   |   184 View(s)

Blood Test to Detect Cancer ? Now it will be very much possible to detect the Spread or Relapse of Cancer from a Simple Blood Test and the best part is that the Test will only Cost Rs 15000. This will be of immense help for patients suspected of or suffering from cancer and will help Doctors to plan an Efficient Treatment. The Test Based on a Liquid Biopsy Technology called OncoDiscover will help pick up circulating Cancer Ce. Read more...

6 Reasons Why You Should Buy Health Insurance

13-07-2019   |   176 View(s)

With so many changes happening in the world of health insurance, it’s no wonder so many Americans are opting out of coverage. With the recent revocation of the individual mandate which charged a penalty fee for not having coverage, a lot of Americans are having a difficult time justifying health insurance. As costs continue to rise, it’s easy to understand why health insurance is so costly for families. That being said, it’s still one of. Read more...

What we need to Know about National Doctor’s Day

29-06-2019   |   548 View(s)

The doctor is one person who can be responsible for the Life and Death of a Person or their loved ones and as such, they play a vital role in our Lives. The profession is very demanding in the sense that the doctors are required to attend a number of patients in a day under trying conditions and expected to discharge their duties during any time of the Day and hour. Also, they may be required to perform live-saving tasks during odd hours and even. Read more...

World Environment Day-June 05th

05-06-2019   |   358 View(s)

With Each Passing Day-Environment is becoming a Major Issue which can very well affect the well being of People all over the world and even impact their economic development. This is precisely the reason why The United Nations has designated June 5th as the World Environment Day Celebrating the day provides an opportunity and the realisation to individuals that it is not only a responsibility but very much in the interest of the society as wel. Read more...

New Drug for Diabetes Treatment to cut Kidney Failures !

18-04-2019   |   466 View(s)

According to a Study published in the New England Journal of Medicine-The Drug Canagliflozin which has been used for over 4 years in India and Abroad for Controlling Blood Sugar is said to reduce Kidney Damage in Diabetics by over 30 %. This Drug for Diabetes Treatment could have a huge impact on Diabetes Management in India. Canagliflozin protects the Kidneys by increasing Blood Flow to them and preventing its cells from Dying. The Drug canagl. Read more...

Study says First BP Reading may not be Accurate

14-04-2019   |   484 View(s)

Conventionally and because of Time Constraints, the Blood Pressure is usually taken once by the Doctors and even at Home by those monitoring the Blood Pressure. However, according to a study that appeared in Nature's Journal of Human Hypertension this Friday- it is always recommended to go in for at least 3 reading and take the median of readings as the first reading can indicate higher disease prevalence. According to the study titled Impact . Read more...