17 September

Credit : Pixabay Physical inactivity continues to be the underlying cause of  millions of deaths per year. it is  from diabetes, obesity and cardio-vascular disorders.. Five to 10 minutes per day of running  at around 6 miles per hour can reduce this risk.  Recent researches have established that Runners  live longer than non-runners.   The physical inactivity is a global […]

Read More
14 September

Researchers have reported that countries where people walk a lot , have lesser incidence of obesity . These are some important facts about  walking for weight reduction. Content: Obesity : The adverse effects Walking:  The best choice Solution to the problem Track your daily progress Monitor  your weight , body fat and BMI conclusion 1. […]

Read More
11 September

With  approximately two-thirds of the adult population being  overweight or obese. its important for everybody to know, what exactly should be ones weight, appropriate for age and gender.  Obesity is linked to many medical, psychological, and social conditions, so  its is important that we keep a check on it. obesity The increased prevalence of obesity these […]

Read More
08 September

Indoor air pollution is important cause of various breathing problems like asthma , bronchitis and even cancer.  Some important tips to protect your family from adverse effects of air pollution. Indoor air pollution is the degradation of indoor air quality by harmful chemicals and other materials. Indoor air pollution is far  worse than outdoor air pollution, […]

Read More
04 September

Typhoid fever is a serious condition. These are 15 must know facts about the disease Typhoid. 1. What are symptoms of Typhoid Fever ? The classic symptoms of Typhoid Fever is sustained fevers as high as 103 F – 104 F (37.5C-38C). The fever is minimal in the first few days of the illness and […]

Read More
04 September

The WHO estimates that 94% of these diarrheal disease cases are preventable by access to safe water. Simple techniques for treating water at home, such as chlorination and filters  could save a number of lives each year. These are some  must know facts about water purification at home . World Health Organization (WHO) reports that  1.1 billion people lack […]

Read More
02 August

” The excessive use of mobile phones can be harmful” , is no more a mere hypothesis. Recent studies are strongly in favour that it has many harmful effects in humans , even the potential to cause cancer. If you have any doubts that mobile phones are anyways lesser  important for human survival than the […]

Read More
02 August

Four-dimensional (4D) ultrasound (real-time volume sonography), a technology, started in developed world for encouraging  bonding of the parents with the fetus. It  is  widely been perceived to be  used for sex determination during pregnancy in India. 4D ultrasound or live 3D ultrasound provides  real lifelike foetal images in real time,  . It help doctors to see […]

Read More
01 August

In a study published in the prestigious journal,  Lancet Global Health, 2018, Kirti Iyengar and Kristina Gemzell Danielsson have called for need for overhaul of policy on contraception and abortion in India. The problem estimate It points to the huge burden of unintended pregnancy in India as India’s family welfare programme has been sterilisation-focused and the contraceptive […]

Read More
30 July

Mohalla clinics have been in the center of political and public discourse for quite some time. we are exploring its  evolution from  inception as a single clinic to its future prospects of shaping our health policy  to be inclusive and affordable for everyone. Introduction   (Mohalla in Hindi language means neighbourhood or community) First set up […]

Read More