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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.

What is Diabetic Eye Disease – Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic Eye Disease

What is Diabetic Eye Disease – Diabetic Retinopathy Eye diseases related to diabetes include a range of conditions such as refractive changes, double vision, cataract, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. Of these conditions, diabetic retinopathy is the only one that is directly caused by diabetes and that most frequently results in vision loss. What is Diabetic Eye Disease? Diabetic retinopathy occurs ... Read More »

Joint Replacement Surgery: Knee, Hip and Shoulder Replacement

Joint Replacement Surgery

Knee, Hip and Shoulder Joint Replacement Surgery Joint replacement involves replacing a damaged joint with an artificial joint. Joint replacements were once only offered to older people with severe arthritis of the hip or knee. Now they are increasingly performed on younger people if there is a need. This is largely due to advances in materials being used to build ... Read More »

Monsoon Tips: A Complete Guide to Stay Healthy this Monsoon

Monsoon Health Tips

Fitness and Nutrition Tips to Stay Healthy this Monsoon After a sweltering summer, the rain showers bring a much needed respite for which we all are waiting desperately. However, the random & inconsistent monsoon downpour and typhoons also brings with it humid weather, flooded roads, mosquitoes and diseases. It can be a period of great hopes and of greater despair ... Read More »

Glaucoma: Causes, Symptoms, Risk and Treatment

Glaucoma

Glaucoma: Causes, Symptoms, Risk and Treatment The Glaucoma is the second cause of blindness worldwide and reached 65 million. Glaucoma is a disease that damages the optic nerve of the eye. It happens when the front part of an eye builds up fluid. This extra fluid increases the pressure in the eye causing damage to the optic nerve. This fluid ... Read More »

What is High BP (Hypertension) Causes, Symptoms and Prevention

What is Hypertension

High BP Causes, Symptoms and Prevention Blood pressure (BP) is the pressure your blood exerts against your blood vessel walls as your heart pumps. BP rises with each heartbeat and falls when the heart relaxes between beats, but there is always a certain amount of pressure in the arteries. That blood pressure comes from two physical forces. The heart creates ... Read More »

What is Typhus Fever? (Epidemic, Endemic, Flea, Scrub Typhus)

Typhus Fever

What is Typhus Fever? (Epidemic, Endemic, Flea, Scrub Typhus) Typhus fever, characterized by pink spots on the skin, is caused by organisms transmitted by body lice. Several disease are grouped together under the general name “typhus fevers,” because of the similarity of organisms causing them and the fact that these organisms are transmitted by the bites of lice, fleas, ticks, ... Read More »

5 Best Calf Exercises for Men and Women

Calf Exercises

5 Best Calf Exercises for Men and Women In a country like India where men are obsessed with bigger arms and chest (no matter how putrid the rest of the body looks), the importance of a strong and muscular lower body has been largely undermined. It is not uncommon to see guys with flat hips and chicken legs wearing tight ... Read More »

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 »

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