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Category Archives: Health

Relief from a ​C​hronic Problem

  Does Sinusitis get you down? Treatment is at hand in the form of endoscopic surgery.The advantage is that it can be done under local anesthesia and entails a very short convalescent period. About half the patients who visit the outpatient department have complaints such as nasal block, heaviness in the head or even headaches.…

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CellMax Life’s Personalized Precision, Non-Invasive Cancer Testing Now Available throughout India through CORE Diagnostics

  NEW DELHI: CORE Diagnostics, India’s leading clinical laboratory is partnering with Silicon Valley-based CellMax Life to immediately introduce CellMax Life’s genetic cancer risk test and ctDNA-based liquid biopsy throughout India. The two diagnostic advancements hold immense promise to reduce India’s cancer mortality by offering personalized, precision cancer risk assessment and screening. The rate of…

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​​Dr. Rao’s organized “Free ENT Screening Checkup” campaign at Kukatpally & Punjagutta in Hyderabad

  Hyderabad : Dr.Rao’s ENT Super Specialty International Hospital conducted a free ENT checkup campaign at Dr.Rao’s ENT Super Speciality International Hospital,in Kukatpally and Punjagutta in the city today. This clinic regularly conducts health checkup camps to promote awareness of ENT related health issues among the general public. Free ENT Screening checkup campaign’s : Kukatpally…

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New technology may preserve fertility of boys with cancer

  New York: US scientists have found a promising way to preserve sperm stem cells that could enable boys to undergo cancer treatment without risking their fertility. Adult men can have their sperm frozen before undergoing radiation or chemotherapy — cancer treatment that can render sperm infertile. But boys who have not been through puberty can…

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Eating broccoli may lower prostate cancer risk

  New York: An increased consumption of cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, that are high in sulforaphane may lower the risk of developing prostate cancer, a study has claimed. Among men, prostate cancer is the second most frequently diagnosed cancer globally. The findings showed that sulforaphane — a dietary compound from broccoli that’s known to help…

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The Eye Diseases in Diabetes

  Diabetes has rapidly gained the status of an epidemic in India, with more than 62 million people diagnosed with diabetes. India is now being regarded as the diabetes capital of the world with more than 5% of its population suffering from diabetes. While it is common knowledge that there are two forms of diabetes…

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Yogic breathing can help fight depression

New York: Meditation can help alleviate severe depression in people who do not fully respond to drugs, reports a new study. Researchers found significant improvement in symptoms of depression and anxiety in medicated patients with major depressive disorder who participated in the yogic breathing technique. The Sudarshan Kriya yoga helped those suffering from depression and…

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Write poetry to boost daily well-being

London: Everyday creative activities like writing poetry or making new recipes can boost well-being as well as creativity in young adults, new research has found. “Engaging in creative behaviour leads to increases in well-being the next day, and this increased wellbeing is likely to facilitate creative activity on the same day,” said lead researcher Tamlin…

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High intake of saturated fats may up heart disease risk

New York: Love to eat hard cheese, whole milk, butter, beef, and chocolate? Beware, as a new study suggests that regular consumption of such major saturated fatty acids can increase the risk of coronary heart disease. These should be replaced with unsaturated fats, whole grain carbohydrates or plant proteins, as part of an effective preventive…

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