Features Archive

Common Monsoon Diseases And Preventive Tips – Dr. Zeenat Ahmed, Internal Medicine Specialist, Jaypee Hospital, Noida

Monsoon season is a blessing in disguise as it allows us to escape from the scorching heat of Delhi. But with some relief it also brings “season of diseases.”  It is very important to be careful during monsoon as one become prone to infection, allergy, or indigestion. The rainy season is associated with wetness and

The Factors that Trigger Infertility are Common in Men & Women: Prof. Dr. Human Fatemi, ESHRE certified Subspecialist, Reproductive Medicine and Reproductive Surgery

Studies indicate that 40 percent of the infertility cases are caused by men, 40 percent by women and the other 20 percent correspond to mix or combined causes Dubai, UAE, 19 July 2018: There is a misconception that infertility affects women more than men.  Both are impacted equally, according to experts at IVI Middle East

Leprosy must not continue to be a ground for divorce: NCPEDP

Leprosy is fully curable today, and the NCPEDP is questioning archaic laws relating to leprosy.   India houses 60% of worlds’ new leprosy cases: NCPEDP Mumbai, 13th July 2018:​ Leprosy is one of the world’s oldest diseases. While recognised as a disability under the PwD Act of 1995 and being completely curable, persons affected by

CONTRACEPTION – A SAFE AND HEALTHY CHOICE FOR A HAPPY FAMILY: Dr. Shafalika S B, Consultant – Gynaec Laparoscopic Surgeon, Columbia Asia Referral Hospital Yeshwanthpur

Contraception is a term for various methods to prevent conception and thus regulate fertility. The contraceptive method may be Temporary for spacing: delaying the first pregnancy or spacing between child births Permanent(sterilization) for limiting the family after achieving the desired family size Ensures health promotion of the mother Enables her to care and breast feed

Morality rate three times higher in Indians with diabetes compared to Indians without diabetes states MDRF CURES 2018 

Underweight a significantly higher risk of all-cause mortality Increase in mortality due to diabetes was accounted for by renal disease and cardiovascular disease Mumbai, 11th July 2018: Madras Diabetes Research Foundation (MDRF) has published yet another breakthrough study report focusing solely on the morality rates among Indians with and without diabetes. A brainchild of Dr.

IVF treatment success rate doubles in summers – Dr Sagarika Aggarwal, IVF expert, Indira IVF Hospital, New Delhi

As we are welcoming summers with open arms, did you know that this warm and tanned weather does more than put a smile on your face? This dose of sunshine, is the best natural source of Vitamin D which could also increase your chance of IVF success. The importance of Vitamin D in pregnancy is known by

Vijay Eswaran on the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and its allies, due to the tariffs on steel and aluminium imposed by the Trump administration

This ongoing trade war between US and China is more than just about contentions over tariff. There is a lot more at stake. For China, it is clearly more about saving face than about economics. While China is not going to allow itself to be seen as being bullied by the US in any fashion,

Opinion Editorial: Daraa, Our Silent Exodus – Dr. Ghanem Tayara, UK GP and Chairman of UOSSM Intl.

To say I am distraught would be an understatement. It would be patronizing to the 325,000 people displaced from Daraa, Syria in the past seven days. Have you heard? If not, you are not alone. When the bombing started on June 19, it was only a trickle of people fleeing, as the jets began pounding the

Youth with Disabilities Help Homeless, Seniors, Hungry and Local Parks

Washington, D.C., July 5, 2018 – Students with a wide variety of disabilities, including Autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, learning, attention, mental health and other disabilities are improving the lives of people in need in Washington, D.C. The teens are making food for people experiencing homelessness, sorting goods in food pantries, visiting senior citizens and improving

National Doctor’s day

Dr. Manoj Luthra, CEO, Jaypee Hospital, Noida “1st of July is celebrated as National Doctor’s day to honour and pay tribute to Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy (Dr. B C Roy), our most venerable physician. The day has become a celebration for the significant role of doctors in the lives of every person. The responsibilities of