Internal Medicine Archive

Zulekha Healthcare Group launches US$ 43.65 million world-class Alexis Multi-Speciality Hospital

UAE HEALTHCARE GROUP OPENS NEW HOSPITAL IN NAGPUR, INDIA   Zulekha Healthcare Group launches US$ 43.65 million world-class Alexis Multi-Speciality Hospital Dubai, UAE, 22 November, 2016:  One of the UAE’s most prominent healthcare groups has expanded its reach to an international scale, opening a new hospital in Nagpur, India. Delegates from Zulekha Hospitals Group, the

Don’t let monsoon spoil your health!

There is a spurt in cases of dengue, malaria and conjunctivitis as rains and humidity provide ideal environment to viruses and mosquitoes to breed and grow Ahmadabad, 21st  July  2016: Monsoon sure does bring the much needed relief from the sweltering heat to the summer but it also brings its own set of problems along.

Malaria continues to be a major concern in India

Despite being treatable in many cases, malaria should not be taken lightly, stress doctors at Columbia Asia Hospital, Ghaziabad ahead of World Malaria Day   Complications recurrence and relapse of dormant infection can be dangerous; the more dangerous type of malaria is falciparum malaria   Ghaziabad, April, 2016: A life threatening disease caused by parasites,

Doctors at Columbia Asia Hospitals talk about keeping winter allergies at bay

Family history is the strongest factor in the proliferation of the winter allergies in people Ghaziabad, December 2015: Winter is not only the season of chills and shivers but of allergies like asthma, coughing, itchy eyes and nose, runny nose, sneezing or watery eyes. Often the common cold, coughing and sneezing is confused with effect of change in season. However, it should be

With Monsoon Arrive a New Set of Health Woes: Doctors at Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon Report Rise in Viral, Bacterial Infections

Multispecialty, Paras Hospital, Gurgaon talks about some common disease prevalent during monsoon and measures to prevent them With high humidity coupled with heat, bacterial, viral and fungal infections become common Gurgaon, July 2015: The monsoon season is a time for some much-needed relief from the scorching hot summer months, but it is also a time

Dr Pratibha Walde, consultant, Internal Medicine, Columbia Asia Hospital, Kharadi, Pune is suggesting you to bust Winter Health Myths

Myth 1) Common cold needs antibiotics: Most people believe that antibiotics are needed to cure cold or flu infections, which are common in winters. This is a fallacy. Antibiotics treat bacteria while common cold or flu is caused by virus. To be honest, medical science is yet to find a cure to fight all types