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Dr P.Neelam has been engaged in patient care, medical research and medical education for over 45 years. She was formerly Professor of Medicine at the Lady Hardinage Medical College and Associated with Irwin, G.B Pant and many other Hospitals.

Exercises to Make Your Buttocks and Hips Bigger

Bulgarian Split Squat

Exercises to Make Your Buttocks and Hips Bigger A set of rounded hips is anybody’s envy. The better part is that you can have a set of your own and the best part is that you don’t need implants to get them. Stretching your hips has priority and takes precedence over other parts of your body. Flexibility start at the hips. This ... Read More »

What Keeps the Digestive System Healthy?

How to Keep Digestive System Healthy

What Keeps the Digestive System Healthy? Our intrinsic sense of taste, smell and vision along with instinct serve as reliable guides aiding us to cook and consume a colourful variety of naturally nutritious foods. However, with the modernization of food, our senses are often hoodwinked by artificial flavors, colors and taste enhancers and we end up consuming deceptively nutritious food. ... Read More »

Best Exercise for Parkinson’s Disease Patients

Exercises for Parkinsons Disease

Best Exercise for Parkinson’s Disease Patients Exercise helps to keep the body in good shape, pumping the heart and lungs and building muscles. More than that, it is essential for brain health too, including those who suffer from Parkinson’s disease (PD). Below are some of the best exercise for Parkinson’s disease patients. The scientific community believes that exercise helps the brain ... Read More »

Physiotherapy Exercises for Parkinson’s Disease

Physiotherapy for Parkinson’s Disease

Physiotherapy Exercises for Parkinson’s Disease Parkinson’s disease is a chronic progressive ailment of the nervous system. Basal ganglia are a structure situated in the brain. The role of this is to produce and control all the voluntary movements and also to control the postural adjustments during these movements. Dysfunction of the basal ganglia leads to Parkinson’s disease. Tremors of the ... Read More »

Milk Allergy Symptoms in Babies (Diet and Treatment)

Baby Milk Allergy

Milk Allergy Diet, Symptoms and Treatment Milk allergy is basically the reaction of the immune system to the proteins contained in the milk of cows. The immune system of some babies won’t react to the milk proteins normally. It spots the milk components as some hazardous thing and attempts to fight them. This condition is termed as milk allergy and ... Read More »

What is a Gluten Free Diet Food List?

Gluten Free Diet

What is a Gluten Free Diet Food List? Gluten-free diet means avoiding all foods containing wheat (like bread, biscuits, cakes, noodles, pasta, semolina products, etc), rye and barley. In other words, most cereal products and many processed foods are to be avoided. Give this nutritious meal plan a try for at least one week to see if cutting gluten out ... Read More »

The Effects of Drinking Alcohol on Sleep

Alcohol Effect on Sleep

The Effects Of Drinking Alcohol On Sleep Enjoying a nightcap or two is something that many of us have done either to get over a busy workday, to de-stress or to take care of a niggling about of insomnia. It is a commonly held belief that alcohol helps in soothing nerves and puts one to sleep, particularly during testing times. ... Read More »

Some Easy Ways to Design your Nails – Nail Art Ideas

Nail Art Ideas

Some Easy Ways to Design your Nails – Nail Art Ideas Nail art has a history of its own, which is now revived again by becoming the latest fashion statement trending globally. Earlier worn by men and women to denote their social status, nail art is now about flaunting one’s creativity and fashion sense. It is said to have emerged ... Read More »

Neurochemistry of Love – What is the Hormone of Love?

Neurochemistry of Love

Neurochemistry of Love – What is the Hormone of Love? It is not surprising therefore that the first studies to investigate the neural correlates of romantic love in the human should have used a visual input. These studies showed that, when we look at the face of someone we are deeply, passionately and hopelessly in love with, a limited number ... Read More »

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