Category Archives: Health

The impact of technological advancements on PGDM education: opportunities and challenges

The world has gone through an immense shift in the recent past in the way we communicate, work, and learn, thanks to technological advancements. Education is one of the many sectors that have been revolutionized by the emergence of technology. With the rise of online learning and virtual classrooms, pursuing a post-graduate diploma in management (PGDM) has become more accessible ... Read More »

Choosing the right shoes is very crucial for your health

Shoes are facilitators to health and fitness. We almost walk 5 times the circumference of the earth in an average lifetime. Yet we seldom pay attention to our feet and footwear in-spite of them bearing the entire body weight and primary mover of the human body. Most of us in developing nations prefer having a single pair of shoes to serve all purposes of walking, running, ... Read More »

How Advances in Neuroimaging Techniques are Enhancing Neurology and Psychiatry Care

Neuroimaging is a powerful tool that allows researchers and clinicians to visualise the structure and functionality of the human brain. Recent decades have witnessed significant progress in neuroimaging techniques, profoundly contributing to our comprehension of the brain and its involvement in a range of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Unique neuroimaging techniques transforming healthcare. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI): Magnetic resonance imaging ... Read More »

Things To Know About Various Allergies And Their Impact On ENT  

Many people suffer from allergies, which affect the ear, nose, and throat (ENT). An allergy occurs when the immune system overreacts to a harmless substance, known as an allergen. These allergens, which can be found in the environment, food, or medication, cause a variety of symptoms such as sneezing, itching, and a runny nose. In severe cases, allergies can also ... Read More »

Adverse effects of plastic and microplastic on the human body

Plastic waste is a significant problem to the environment, and its non-biodegradable property makes it difficult to recycle. It pollutes the environment and causes irreparable harm to wildlife, pollutes the water bodies, and even contributes to climate change. The adverse effects of plastic on our daily health go beyond just environmental concerns. Studies have found microplastics in the human body ... Read More »

Growth Potential for ‘Millet’ – a Boon for Health

In Asia and Africa, Millets were the first crops that humans ever farmed. Millet is a type of small-seeded grass that is grown for its grain, which is rich in nutrients and can be ground into flour or used as animal feed. It is highly adaptable and can grow in a wide range of environments, including dry and nutrient-poor soils, ... Read More »

Beauty Parlour Stroke Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms, And Treatment

Dr. Shiva Kumar R, Senior Consultant – Neurology & Epileptology, Sakra World Hospital Bengaluru. Be it a woman or a man, all of us enjoy a relaxing and refreshing experience at the beauty parlour. But did you ever wonder that taking care of yourself can be dangerous? Yes, you read that right! Sometimes, something unexpected can happen, which would end ... Read More »

Rare Diseases: The Importance of Awareness and Early Diagnosis

Hyderabad, 16th March 2023: Rare diseases often go unrecognised and overlooked. Individually rare, but these diseases collectively affect millions of people worldwide. According to the National Institutes of Health, there are approximately 7,000 rare diseases that collectively affect around 400 million people globally. Sadly, the majority of these conditions have no cure, and patients and their families are often left ... Read More »

How to Assist Someone Who is Having a Seizure?

Authored by Dr. Keni Ravish Rajiv, Consultant – Neurology & Epileptology, Aster CMI Hospital, Bangalore Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that hinders our brain activity when it sends messages through cells. This sudden change in electric activity often leads to epileptic seizures. These seizures can cause a person to lead involuntary movements in the body, like twitching or trembling, that ... Read More »