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Chikungunya is a mosquito- borne viral disease which is accompanied by severe joint pain, high fever, and rashes. Its symptoms may vary from person to person. Its symptoms also include nausea, vomiting, headache, and muscle pain. The sad part is that there is no cure for it. Doctors can only treat it to relieve its symptoms. India is among top 3 countries which is widely hit by it. So it is necessary to know its symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and prevention. Signs and symptoms- ...

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It is human tendency to ignore the unusual changes or symptoms that occur to their body. The sad part is, either we do not understand them that these symptoms can lead severe complexities or we do not pay attention due to lack of seriousness. We ignore these changes until it turns out to be a serious illness or life threatening diseases. In contrast to this, there are some serious symptoms that instant occur to the body and requires immediate medical assistance and if not treated in time can p...

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Chronic kidney disease, also called chronic renal failure is the progressive loss of kidney function. Each of your kidneys has millions of tiny filters, called nephron. If they are damaged, your kidney stops working. Kidneys purify wastes and filter excess fluids from your blood, which are then discharged through your urine. When chronic kidney disease comes to an advanced stage, dangerous and harmful fluid, electrolytes and wastes increases  in the body. In the early stages of chr...

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Doctoriduniya.com once again taken an evolutionary step towards digital health care. Keeping the patient’s convenience in mind, we are proudly announcing our preventive health check-up scheme. This scheme will be fruitful to all and provide all the health checkups and test done under one roof. Now, no more running from one pathology to other for getting your different health check up done. We know and understand patient’s bad experience during diagnosis test and especially when i...

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Stroke is a life and death emergency and one of the leading causes of long-term disability and death. Every year millions of people come into the grip of stroke, some loss their life while most of them suffer from long-term disability. Stroke can be explained as a sudden stop of blood supply to the brain because of blocked or damaged blood vessel. When it comes to stroke, time plays a vital role. With the more passing time, the more damage occurs in the brain. People who get timely trea...

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The lung is being considered as one of the hardest-working organs in the body as it expands and contracts up to 20 times a minute to supply oxygen and to expel carbon dioxide from the body. We can say oxygen is the fuel of life as it keeps us alive. There are various factors, such as bad habits (smoking, drinking), an unhealthy diet, virus and genetics that hampers its functions and may infect lungs. The lungs may have a wide range of medical condition. The more common problems are asthma ...

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The chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a lung related disease that narrows or blocks the airways and makes it difficult to breathe.COPD is a combination of two diseases: chronic bronchitis and Emphysema.   Chronic bronchitis- In chronic bronchitis, the tubes that pass air to the lungs get filled with mucus, which narrows or blocks the airways, making it difficult to breathe. Emphysema- In a healthy person, the tiny air bags in the lungs are like balloons that str...

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Facts 1. Do you know that 2 million people die every year due to heart diseases? 2. Every 33 second one person dies from heart attack. 3. Men living in urban areas are more susceptible to heart diseases than a person living in rural area. 4. Bad cholesterol is being a leading factor for heart attack. Know more about cholesterol- Cholesterol is waxy, fat-like substance present in each cell of the body. 80% of the cholesterol is produced by the liver which is help...

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  It is extremely important as a parent to be aware of the various neonatal and childhood diseases and its symptoms. A parent should also be aware of the vaccination at different stages of baby growth. Sometimes a little ignorance can lead to fatalities or disabilities both physically or intellectually and can also play an adverse role in child’s development. Due to the weak immune system, they are more susceptible to develop some common diseases than adults. Let’s kno...

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Benefits of Regular Health Check Ups!There are many reasons due to that we tend to ignore our health.Sometimes we experience signs and symptoms but due to our busy schedule we tend to ignore them.Many times we think we are healthy, why would we need a health checkup? Due to our busy life style schedule we often neglect our health and do not give much importance on it.We just ignore the consequences of doing so. Regular health check up takes guarantee of your healthy body and protect you from unf...

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