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Laparoscopic Surgery

Everything you need to know about Laparoscopic Surgery

November 8, 2018

Laparoscopy surgery is a ‘minimally invasive surgery’ which incurs small incisions, usually not more than ½ inch. It uses a long and slender device called laparoscope which is inserted into the abdomen through a small incision. A camera attached to it allows the obstetrician–gynaecologist (ob-gyn) to view the abdominal and pelvic organs on an electronic

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Uddanam Nephropathy

Chronic kidney disease in Uddanam (Nephropathy)

October 23, 2018

Uddanam is a green, cosy and beautiful village situated in the northern coastal regions of Andhra Pradesh. However, the village is in news due to a peculiar disease that inhabits the lives of the people of Uddanam. The mystery disease is CKDu – Chronic Kidney Disease of the Unknown Etiology which surfaces despite having no

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Kidney Transplant

6 Common Myths and Facts About Kidney Transplant

September 28, 2018

The function of a kidney is to remove waste from the bloodstream. When the kidneys fail to perform this function, the waste starts getting accumulated in the body. Over a period, the accumulation of waste leads to kidney failure and ultimately death. A kidney transplant is one of the most effective treatments to avoid total

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Abnormal Uterine Bleeding – A Symptom to worry about?

July 19, 2018

We Women, being special, do have a lot of health problems regarding menstrual cycles. One third of those, responsible for us meeting a gynaecologist, is Abnormal uterine bleeding – a term which refers to menstrual bleeding of abnormal amount, duration and/or schedule. A normally scheduled menstrual cycle occurs every 21 to 35 days and the

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ADHD

Your Child’s Hyper Activeness could be a sign of ADHD

July 3, 2018

Everyone can be restless, disruptive, impulsive and talkative, but when your child finds these traits difficult to control and it starts to interfere with their daily life, the cause may be Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD. This is a neuro-developmental psychiatric disorder with symptoms that often continue into adulthood. The symptoms usually appear before

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Five risks of PCOD Nobody Talks About

June 22, 2018

1.PCOD can lead to infertility: Not all women diagnosed with PCOD will have pregnancy issues, however, PCOD still ends up as the prime cause of infertility in women. PCOD makes a woman’s reproductive cycle unpredictable. As a result ovulation may occur erratically or won’t happen at all. PCOD also brings the increased chances of miscarriage.

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Bone Tumours – Symptoms & Treatment

May 24, 2018

What is a Bone Tumour? When the cells start to grow indefinitely in an abnormal pattern they form a lump of tissues. When these lumps form in your bone, it is known as bone tumors. Bone tumors are of two types: Benign and Malignant. Generally, there are 6 types of Benign Tumours: Osteochondromas Nonossifying fibroma

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It is okay if your Baby is Wide Awake at Night

May 18, 2018

Are you a working parent who has to juggle between office presentations in the morning and feeding your baby in the middle of the night? Your craving for a good night’s sleep is completely valid and we understand that. Unfortunately, your baby can’t comprehend that by being wide awake at night, he/she is keeping you

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Skin-Care

Protect the Skin

March 1, 2018

It is very important to protect your kids’ skin from toxic colors. Before sending them off to play, apply a generous amount of petroleum jelly or coconut oil on their skin. This will help in washing off the colours easily, post playing.

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Wear Sunglasses

Wear Sunglasses

March 1, 2018

It is advisable for kids to wear sunglasses, so the harmful colors don’t cause irritation and damage their eyes. Along with this, make sure your child is dressed appropriately by wearing full-sleeved clothes and long pants to keep their skin from harm.

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