Posts in Category: health tips

Cancer Can be Beaten With Awareness And Palliative Care


TODAY IS WORLD ‘CANCER DAY’ “How can I have cancer, Doctor? I don’t smoke, I exercise every day, I eat the right food and I get annual health check-ups.” Bewildered and shocked patients, often say this to me. 

The reality – no matter how many “Do’s and Don’ts” we follow, fossil fuel pollution, food made from pesticide-laden agri-produce and

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dr suchita bhattad Yoga tips for pregnant women

Pregnancy Yoga Therapy Program (Ante-Natal Yoga)

Yoga has several exercises or postures that work wonders on a woman’s health in pregnancy conditions. Varying widely in application and style, these exercises (postures) gently stretch and relax all parts of body.

During pregnancy, Yoga asanas are a gentle way to keep active and supple. The remarkable effects of these postures in pregnancy show the power of Yoga

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Yoga for Health and Healing

Yoga for Health and Healing

The Sanskrit meaning of the word Yoga is ‘integration’. It represents a process through which one learns how to live life in the most integrated way.

This becomes possible through a process of constant effort for identification and elimination of all the elements, which would lead to dis-integration. The health of the body and mind being the most important components

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Habitual Missed Abortion by Dr satish Bhattad

Abortion is defined as termination of pregnancy any time before the 28th Week i.e. during the first trimester or second trimester of pregnancy. In nearly 50% of married women there is a history of one or more previous abortion. The etiology of abortion is so complex that a cause is found in not more than 50% of the cases.

Habitual Abortion

It is also called

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kids have high blood pressure

High blood pressure, also called hypertension, is a condition most often associated with adults. But kids can have high blood pressure too, even as infants.

An estimated 3% of kids have high blood pressure. In babies, it’s usually caused by prematurity or problems with the kidneys or heart. While hypertension is far more common among adults, the rate among kids is on the rise,

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Swine Flu – Facts.….!!

Now declared as a Pandemic Phase-6 by WHO, caused by Influenza-A virus [H1N1 fever]. Presentation is similar to Seasonal flue.

Mode of spread: Droplet infection by sneezing, speaking or coughing.

Precautions that can be taken:

Avoid spitting in public places.

Always use a Kerchief while sneezing.

Improve airflow in Living spaces.

Indications for use of Mask:

If you are Severely ill.

If you are ill and Travelling.

If you are taking care

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Swine Flu (H1N1)

Swine flu(H1N1) is a new influenza virus causing illness in people, identified in April 2009 in the United States of America. It has been believed that Swine flu had similarities with that of an influenza virus causing disease in pigs. But recent studies reveal that it is different from that virus of pigs.


Flu viruses spread mainly through coughing or sneezing by people with

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Abhyanga – The massage of Ancient India

What Is Abhyanga?

Abhyanga is the Sanskrit word for massage given to the entire body. It is an integral part of the daily routine (Dincharya) recommended by oldest healthcare system for maintaining good health. For thousands of years people have used Abhyanga to maintain health, benefit sleep patterns, and increase longevity. It has also been used as a medicine for certain disorders.

Abhyanga is the

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Panchkarma is a speciality of Ayurveda having diversified preventive, curative, and promotive actions indicated in wide range of disease/ health problems.Panchkarma procedures purify various system of the human body and expel out cumulated toxic metabolites (waste product) from the body and maintain normal functioning of tissue, digestion, metabolism, mental functions etc.

Definition of Panchkarma

Panchkarma is basically a bio-cleansing regimen, which facilitates the body system

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Ayurvedic Body Composition

According  to  Ayurveda,  Prakruti,  which  means  innate  character, physical  constitution  or  disposition  of  a person , plays  an  important role in comprehending  the physical  and  mental  characteristics.  With the changing  social  and  cultural  environment  our  behavioral  aspect  also gets  affected  but  the  most  important  fact  is  that  our  basic  constitution  remains  constant  throughout  our  lives , just  as  our  blood group  does  not 

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