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Epilepsy is the second most abnormal neurological condition that affects one-sixth of the Indian population. Based on statistics 14 people per 1000 are susceptible to develop epilepsy in which children and young adults are at higher risk. According to the World Health Organization, 12 million people affected with epilepsy reside in India and 95% of them do not receive any sort of treatment. Epilepsy is a disease of the nervous system that does not only adversely affect the health of the victim...

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  A heart attack is known as a silent killer for both men and women. Every year it silently takes many lives and tops the list of leading causes of death. According to a cardiologist, the patient’s survival rate should be increased by 90% with the help of modern treatment if the victim reaches the emergency room without any delay. It is also found that heart attack victims who die after treatment or surgery suffer from major muscle damage before or after the treatment.   T...

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5th June is observed as the world environment day all around the globe.  It is celebrated to draw the attention of the people towards the protection of the environment. The motive of this day is to spread awareness among the people about the factors causing a threat to the environment and human health. This day is being observed since 1974 by the United Nation and considered as one of the most important days to encourage people to take care of the earth.   This year, the theme fo...

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You may have heard old people saying you that -- do not add tomato to your salad; your kidney might develop stone. So, the question is that at what extent this saying is true? Does tomato really cause kidney stones? Is eating tomato bad for the body and its organ? Should we quit eating tomato? Let us demystify the myth.   What is Kidney Stone? Kidney stones are the most common problem, the majority of the people are suffering from it. As the name suggests, kidney stones are the solid d...

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  Do you experience constant body pain with every passing day? Suffering from the terrible body ache seems like an unending battle for you? In spite of running on pain reliever medication, you still feel uneasy and unable to alleviate your pain?   Irrespective of age and gender, body pain can occur with anyone at any time. Sometimes it might be difficult to know the underlying causes of pain. You may not pinpoint what actually causing the pain and bear it with no choices left. You...

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  31st May is observed as a world no tobacco day to draw the attention of tobacco users to its negative and life-threatening impacts on their health as well as on others. The motive behind this day is to encourage people all around the globe to abstain from consuming any forms of tobacco to fight off its deadly effects. This year, the theme of the world no tobacco day, 2018 is ‘Tobacco and Heart disease’. It has been found that long-term tobacco use (both chewing and smoking)...

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The chances are that you or someone is known to you must have experienced immovable and stiffed arms full of excruciating pain, which especially increases while moving arms and shoulder. This pain and stiffness can make you highly inactive, disabled, and sometimes worth of nothing. WHO registered more than 1 million cases of frozen shoulder every year. And the numbers can be seen in increasing order with the increase in the number of sufferers. Usually, people above their 40s suffer more throu...

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Feeling confused, distracted, and moody? Feeling like your brain is stuck in slow motion? Experiencing a loss of mental clarity? Finding it extremely difficult to put your thoughts into words? The chances are that you are experiencing a medical condition called brain fog. Brain fog is an unwanted condition that can highly alter your ability to think, focus, and concentrate. You might be shocked to know that a condition that affects your brain health is closely linked with digestive conditions....

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When your kidney stops functioning as it should do, it can get your overall health into trouble. The kidney plays an important role in removing and cleansing the toxins and unwanted substances from the body. When it does not perform properly, the toxins start accumulating and cause an ill effect on health. People may get affected by any of the kidney problems at any point in time in their life. These problems range from minor to chronic and may require immediate treatment. Some of the commones...

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It is well known to us that after crossing a certain age in life, the overall height of most of the people decreases, the posture gets bent, and the spine gets shorter. Have you ever wondered what causes these deformities and immobility? Many of you might be knowing the facts while many others might not. These conditions occur as the bone gets weak and brittle. The bone mass density reduces that result in decreased bone health and endurance. As people age, the bones lose calcium, minerals, and...

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