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Eat in moderation. Walk for 40 minutes. Surround yourself with positive people.On World Health Day, Dr Manorma Bhutani, director at Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Fortis La Femme explains how women can lead a healthy life. Photograph: Kind courtesy Kim Kardashian/Instagram On the occasion of World Health Day, it is important that we reiterate the importance of health for women. Especially when all they do is look after everyone’s well-being and neglect their own health. Being ..., 2 weeks ago

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WHO stresses on prioritising universal health coverage

New Delhi: The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday called upon countries in its South-East Asia Region to step-up efforts towards universal health coverage, to provide quality health services to all people when and where they need them, without ...
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Assessment app for students to deal with exam stress

Exam stress is in the air and technology may have found a solution to it. Worried about the exams and anxious about the results, several students fall prey to immense pressure and even resort to taking extreme steps. In an attempt to address this issue, a ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

6 common misconceptions about health check-ups

People in the age group of 25+ to 35 years have a common misconception that even diabetes, thyroid, cholesterol are not common in this age group.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ 'I'm still young, how can I have diabetes?' 'I am just 30, how can I have osteoporosis?' Most people have misconceptions regarding certain health issues which, according to them, are just age-related. And it is because of these perceptions that people avoid getting regular ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Your office is making you mentally weak

Around 46 per cent of the workforce in organisations across India suffer from some or the other form of stress, according to the latest data. Dr Bhagwat Rajput's insight on how this can be managed. Representational photograph: Dadang Tri/Reuters The root cause of mental health issues in adults is their workplace environment. Around 46 per cent of the workforce in organisations across India suffer from some or the other form of stress, according to the latest data. The toxic workplace would ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Men, this could be the reason for erectile dysfunction

Apart from a sedentary lifestyle, heart diseases, type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease could lead to erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction or sexual impotence is a condition where men have trouble in getting an erection, maintaining an erection or witness a lack of sexual desire. In present times, it is not merely a medical condition but a word which has become synonymous to the 'lack of power' in an individual. Hence, in the traditional Indian scenario, the patients ...
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Twitter co-founder invests in Indian AI-powered health chatbot

New Delhi: Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has invested in a Delhi-based Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered chatbot "Visit" which is the brainchild of students from Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani in Rajasthan. Stared in 2016 by Anurag ...
 Sify2 days ago

Mediclaim rejected on assumptions? Fight it out

Treatment of duodenal ulcer perforation was covered under the policy.The insurance claim ought to have been paid, yet it was rejected.Jehangir B Gai reports. Prashant Warankar had taken a mediclaim policy from New India Assurance which covered him and four of his family members. Prior to taking the policy, Prashant's father Pradeep was subjected to a medical examination. According to the medical report, he was suffering from high blood pressure and diabetes. Thereafter, the first policy was ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

With Jaitley unwell, Modi needs an FM who can tackle crucial political challenges

Finance minister Arun Jaitley ’s renal failure is likely to keep him out action for some time. According to media reports he is likely to travel aboard for kidney- transplant surgery. Some reports have also suggested that the his surgery will be ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago

Yoga, Ayurveda: Key to wholesome wellness

61 percent of the deaths in India in the age group of 30 to 70 are due to non-communicable diseases such as heart disorders, diabetes, and cancer, according to a WHO report published in September 2017.Most of these are preventable deaths since they are ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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