Baby Bottle Syndrome

Baby bottle syndrome

Baby bottle syndrome or baby bottle tooth decay is caused by prolonged exposure of the baby’s teeth to drinks that contain natural sugars (like milk, formula, and fruit juice), sodas and other sweetened drinks. These substances cling to an infant’s teeth for a long time and it can trigger cavity-causing bacteria which ultimately may lead […]

Side effects of birth control pills

The birth control pills are used by people all over the world as a means of preventing unwanted pregnancy. The way these pills work is by inhibiting the body from becoming pregnant. When the ovary in a woman’s body releases an egg, it waits for the male sperm to come in contact with it and […]

first aid

Everyone must know some first aid basics. You may need them in emergency and you can be a life saver! Go through this video and get an idea how these techniques are performed.    

Top 10 tips to Quit Smoking

quit smoking

These tips will help you say goodbye to smoking! Though it is a difficult task, smoking cessation is possible with determined efforts. Remember – smoking cessation will bestow you with a number of rewarding health benefits!! All the best…

Painkillers : Pros and cons

Painkillers - Pros and cons

Painkillers also called analgesic is a group of drugs or medication used to achieve relief from pain. Pain killers achieve pain relief by acting on the our nervous system. Each category of painkiller is prescribed keeping in mind the severity of the pain, type of pain and response to other medications. Over the counter painkillers […]

Rotavirus

Rotavirus

Rotavirus is the most common cause of severe diarrhoea among infants and young children. It is estimated that nearly every child in the world has been infected with the Rotavirus at least once, by the time that they turn five. Immunity keeps on developing every time that a person is infected, so subsequent infections are […]

Stopping spread of infection in everyday life

The invasion and multiplication of micro-organisms is known as infection. Micro-organisms such as bacteria, virus and parasites that are not normally or generally the common residents of the body are the causes! An infection may be localized or it may be systemic (i.e.spread throughout the body). A short term infection is called acute whereas a […]

All About Monsoon Health

Monsoon Health

When it rains the first thing comes to our mind is “Ek garam chai ke pyali ho” and the hot hot pakoras of the Tapries . We all are ready to welcome our favorite season after the stressful summer’s heat, but with many good things the monsoon comes with lot of health risks such as […]

World Heart Day 2014

World Heart Day 2014

Join us on 29th September to take part in World Heart Day Celebration This World Heart Day, our focus is on creating heart-healthy environments. By ensuring that people are able to make heart-healthy choices wherever they live, work and play, World Heart Day 2014 encourages us all to reduce our cardiovascular risk, and promotes a heart-healthy planet […]

Monsoon care

Our health needs special attention in the rainy season. Monsoon comes with a variety of waterborne diseases. Some other problems such as cough, cold, fever, eye infections, malaria, dengue and hepatitis are also very common during the monsoon. Our Diet & Personal Hygiene play a crucial role in prevention of these diseases during the monsoon. […]