Columbia Asia Hospital Archive

Hypertension is the leading cause of death in India, say doctors at Columbia Asia

  Most hypertensive people not undergoing treatment Diet and exercise help to maintain blood pressure levels Hypertension and Fatty Liver – Double whammy for people these days   Gurgaon 16th May 2017: India has earned the title of being the Cardiac disease capital in the world. About 25% urban and 15% rural Indians are hypertensive. Of these,

World Parkinson’s Day

Columbia Asia Hospital, Pune launches special support group for people with Parkinson’s disease Doctors say exercise increases muscle strength, flexibility and balance in patients Pune, Pune, April 13, 2017: Ramesh (name changed), was 58 years old when he started experiencing problems in unlocking his door and typing on his computer. With time, he started experiencing

Increasing incidence of obesity and its implications on Mental Health

  Columbia Asia Hospitals, Patiala organizes health talks on obesity induced depression   Hospital also conducts awareness sessions among school children to educate them about health living and obesity prevention Patiala, 12th April 2017 : Even as India battles malnutrition, the country has developed another nutritional problem — obesity. The WHO defines obesity as abnormal

The NorthCap University conducts workshop on ‘Depression, Let’s talk’ on World Health Day

  On the occasion of World Health Day, The NorthCap University organized a talk on ‘depression’ in the university premises. It was conducted by Dr. Shweta Sharma, Psychologist, Columbia Asia Hospital. The aim was to define depression, risk factors, treatment options, self help, coping skills and how to help someone with depression. Dr. Shweta Sharma,

Poor nutrition, unhealthy lifestyles augment risk of Tuberculosis by 50%

    Good immunity levels, adequate nutritional status & healthy living conditions can help you fight off tuberculosis, say doctors at Columbia Asia Hospitals, Pune Pune, 23rd March 2017: With over two lakh deaths attributed to it annually, tuberculosis is a major health burden in India that needs to be controlled imminently. Apart from raising awareness

Are You Scared of the Big, Bad Blue?Dr Nidhi Chopra, Ophthalmologist Columbia Asia Hospital, Gurgaon

Blue light is taking a toll on your child’s eye health without you even realizing. Amardeep Wahi was a happy, healthy 15-year-old, until he began getting headaches. His mother realized that he wasn’t getting enough sleep, because when she’d knock on his door to say ‘Goodnight’, he’d be on his phone or tab. The culprit,

40-50% Surge in Gastrointestinal Diseases This Summer, Say Doctors at Columbia Asia Hospital, Ahmedabad

The onset of a harsh summer and mixed weather patterns, with rain too, has brought about this surge in gastrointestinal diseases Gastrointestinal diseases are caused by contaminated food and water Ahmedabad, 2016: Doctors at Columbia Asia Hospital Ahmedabad, , have recorded a jump in the number of cases of food- and water-borne infections. Over the past

20-25% Surge in Gastrointestinal Diseases This Summer, Say Doctors at Columbia Asia Hospital, Ghaziabad

The onset of a harsh summer and mixed weather patterns, with rain too, has brought about this surge in gastrointestinal diseases Gastrointestinal diseases are caused by contaminated food and water  Ghaziabad,2  June 2016: Doctors at Columbia Asia Hospital, Ghaziabad, have recorded a jump in the number of cases of food- and water-borne infections. Over the

Columbia Asia hospital celebrates motherhood, conducts health screening  drive at Ahmedabad Central Mall 

• screens more than 250 women and gives them tips to stay in a good health Ahmedabad, May 18, 2016: Columbia Asia hospital in the city celebrated Mother’s Day going the healthy way and consisted a special health screening camp at Central mall. The hospital is conducting a special Health screening of females which will be done till

World Asthma Day

Columbia Asia Hospital, Ghaziabad reaches out to traffic police, distributes masks to create awareness on rising asthma cases The hospital distributed  masks to traffic police to help them protect against inhaling polluted air Columbia Asia Hospital’s initiative is aimed  to create awareness and warn the traffic police personal against the increase in level of air