Yoga is usually understood as being limited to asanas or poses, and the advantages of yoga are associated with only physical well-being. However, yoga is also known for helping people manage stress and has many health benefits.
Breastfeeding is nature’s way of providing newborns with a powerful and complete source of nutrition. Breastfeeding is also known to help mothers recover quickly from the many ‘side effects’ of childbirth.
An Ultrasound is a Test procedure in which high frequency sound waves (sonar and radio technology) are used to create ‘pictures’ of the inside of the body. Sonography refers to a medical test that is conducted with the help of an Ultrasound Device.
When the immune system kills cells in the Pancreas called beta cells, whose function is to make Insulin, the result is Diabetes type 1...
The Chikungunya virus is brought on by the bite of a mosquito. While not fatal or contagious (normally), the symptoms - fever and joint pain – can be acute, and the suffering can be long lasting. There was a time when Chikungunya was considered a ‘tropical illness’.
High blood pressure or hypertension is the condition which occurs when the force of blood pumping against the arterial walls are too high.
There are 5 main hepatitis viruses in the world - A, B, C, D and E. These cause the maximum damage in terms of illness and death globally, and additionally, carry the potential of triggering epidemics and outbreaks.
A wide range of medical tests are available for the patients and all the tests have their own advantages and purpose. These medical tests are specialized for a particular disorder or group of related disorders but sometimes a single medical test is used for more than one purpose.
खून (Blood) में जब लाल कणों या कोशिकाओं के नष्ट होने की दर, उनके निर्माण की दर से अधिक होती है। तब ऐसी स्थति में शरीर में खून की कमी हो जाती है जिसे एनीमिया (Anemia) कहते है
Breast Cancer is cancer of the breast lobules, breast ducts or fatty and connective tissues that are found within the breast. If they grow malignantly, Breast Cancer Cells can spread to other parts of the body (such as the chest wall or skin, for example) via the lymphatic system or the blood stream.