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Oct, 2022

Diabetes patients Should Keep A Tab On Their Sugar Levels During The Festive Season

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Diwali is around the corner and a majority of people with diabetes will gorge on sweets and snacks deep-fried in oil. There can be unhealthy indulgence during the festival season and diabetics will find it hard to control their cravings. But, it is imperative for the ones with diabetes to take utmost care of themselves and maintain blood sugar levels in the recommended range to stay healthy. In the below…

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Oct, 2022

World Spine Day 2022: Yoga, Calcium-Rich Foods Ensure A Healthy Spine, Expert Says

Doctor: Mazda Turel

World Spine Day is observed annually on October 16 to educate the world about the importance of spine health and spread awareness about spinal injuries and diseases of the spine. The spine, also known as the backbone or vertebral column, protects the spinal cord of the human body and acts as the central support. The backbone connects different parts of the musculoskeletal system and helps one sit, stand, walk, twist…

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Oct, 2022

Here’s How To Live With Dignity And Pride Post-Breast Cancer Detection

Doctor: Meghal Sanghavi

Every woman has the right to live with dignity and confidence. Hence though breast cancer is the commonest cancer in women, there are loads of advances and research which make it one the most preventable, easily detectable screen cancer with varied modalities of treatment that have advanced in all ways to give the best quality of life and high cure rates to these cancer patients. Dr. Meghal Sanghavi, Breast Cancer Surgeon…

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Oct, 2022

Alzheimer Disease: 7 Warning Signs And Symptoms In Elders That Shouldn’t be Ignore

Doctor: Pavan Pai

Age-related mild forgetfulness might be a regular phenomenon. If you have trouble remembering someone’s name but remember it afterward, it’s not a serious memory impairment. However, memory issues might be early indicators of Alzheimer’s disease if they significantly impact your everyday life. Although Alzheimer’s is a progressive neurological disorder, many individuals mistakenly think that it is a natural part of aging. Because of this mindset, many of us end up…

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Male Breast Cancer

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Oct, 2022

Breast cancer in men goes underreported, say experts

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According to the World Health Organisation, by the end of 2020, there will be 7.8 million women living with breast cancer globally. Breast cancer in men is unheard of and is frequently underreported because it is regarded as a “woman’s disease.” Not only does it affect men physically, but breast cancer in men also leads to emotional distress due to the stigma attached to the disease. “Breast cancer is considered…

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