Understanding Sports Injuries
Sports injuries are not necessarily caused only by playing sports. The common cause of any sports injury is some kind of direct impact, overuse or application of force which is more than what that particular body part can endure.Read more..
PCOS: Is It A Lifestyle Disease?
PCOS or polycystic ovarian syndrome is a common hormonal disorder that can afflict women during their reproductive age span, and is more prevalent among young adults. Undeniably a lifestyle disease...Read more..
Alcoholic Vs Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver
The presence of some amount of fat is par for the course in a healthy liver. However, accumulation of extra fat is harmful for the liver and is referred to as fatty liver disease or hepatic steatosis.Read more..
Gastritis - Causes & Treatment
Gastritis is a general term used to indicate inflammation, irritation or erosion of the stomach lining or mucosa, causing stomach aches, dyspepsia, nausea and bloating.Read more..
Why Do Asthma Symptoms Increase In Summer?
Asthma is a condition more often than not associated with the cold season. However, hot summer weather can trigger asthma symptoms as well.Read more..
Common Infections That Summers Bring
Summer is upon us with its full fury as the mercury keeps rising. The scorching heat and the uncomfortable humidity make a bad cocktailRead more..
When Does A Fall At Home Get Serious?
Having a fall is quite a common occurrence among the elderly population, with generally 1 in 3 in the 65-plus population and 50% of those over 80 experiencing at least one fall annually.Read more..
Living With Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
A gradual decline of kidney function over a period of time is called chronic kidney disease or CKD. Progressively worsening kidney function diminishes its ability to filter wastes from your blood, which then accumulate and reach dangerous levels.Read more..
GERD Is More Than Just Acidity
GERD or gastroesophageal reflux disease is the chronic form of acid reflux, when acid from the stomach continues to backflow into the mouth through the esophagus, causing acidity,Read more..
Hypothyroidism Vs Hyperthyroidism
The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland producing the hormones T3 and T4 which regulate our metabolism and ensure proper functioning of our heart, brain and other organs.Read more..