What is dengue?  Symptoms, Causes And Treatment

What is dengue?  Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection caused by a dengue virus. Usually, symptoms start three to fourteen days after infection. This may include high fever, headache, vomiting, pain in the muscles and joints, and a distinctive skin rash. Generally, recovery takes two to seven days. In a small number of cases, the...Continue Reading

CoronaVirus Vs. Diabetes : Risk Involved and How To Take Care of a Diabetic Patients

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), some people are at higher risk of getting infected with coronavirus (COVID-19) and becoming severely ill, compared to others. Therefore, it is reasonable to be curious about how this virus can affect you or your loved ones, depending you’re your pre-existing body condition and age. For example, having...Continue Reading

Corona Virus and Elderly: How Much Is the Risk Involved and Steps to Take Care of Your Parents, Elders

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a type of infection in the viruses family that was reported in 2019. COVID-19 was first discovered in Wuhan, China, but has now spread in all continents in the world. The World Health Organization has referred to it as a global pandemic. Just like any other infection, some people are at higher...Continue Reading

How Yoga can help in fighting coronavirus?

The coronavirus outbreak has left scores of people anxious and in fear of infection. Updates on social media and the news do not make it easy as they continue to inform people about new infections every day. Scientists and researchers, on the other hand, are making frantic efforts to invent vaccines and antivirals for this...Continue Reading

Coronavirus and Risks in 1st Trimester of Pregnancy

Coronavirus is a respiratory disease that is transmitted through droplets released when an infected person sneezes or coughs. This disease, also referred to as COVID-19, can be spread when someone touches an object or a surface that contains the virus and then touches their nose, eyes, or mouth. Coughing, fever, and troubling breathing are coronavirus symptoms....Continue Reading

All you need to know about : Coronavirus (Covid-19)

The recently discovered Coronavirus has sparked fear in many countries around the world. Such is according to the recent outbreak in the central region of Chinese called Wuhan city. Statistics show more than 95,700 cases of new infections have been confirmed around 70 countries. As of the 5th of March 2020, 3286 deaths have been...Continue Reading

Keep Yourself Safe This Diwali From Air Pollution

Diwali is a festival of celebration, but it comes along with a terrible increase in pollution levels and an increase in health and breathing problems, especially for the elderly, and asthmatic patients. Unfortunately, shutting yourself indoors does not help as the pollution is at such high-levels during Diwali that being indoors is of no help....Continue Reading

Delhi Air Pollution Facts.Tips To Protect Your Health This Diwali.

For the past 5-6 years, Diwali in Delhi is all about air pollution. Delhi has gone ahead of Beijing and Dhaka which till recently were among the top most polluted cities in the world. The combination of smoke and fog better known as SMOG grips the city every year leading to various harmful effects on...Continue Reading

Diabetic Wound Care: Slow Diabetic Wound Healing & Remedies Explained

Blood Sugar Levels Affect More Than Just the Meter Diabetes is the result of your body’s inability to produce or use insulin. Insulin is a hormone that allows the body to burn glucose or sugar into energy. If your body has difficulty metabolizing glucose, it leads to high blood sugar levels. This, as a result,...Continue Reading

5 Tips to Stay Safe from Dengue Fever this Monsoon

As soon as the monsoon season starts, everybody starts worrying about the mosquitoes, especially the dengue-causing ones. Sometimes, a single bite can turn out to be fatal. Dengue fever is characterized by fever, muscle pain, body aches, and weakness. And, the recovery process is not easy. However, there are precautions you can take to stay...Continue Reading