Importance of being Independent in Daily Life
13 Oct 2022
Importance of Assistive Technology (AT) concerning people with spinal cord injuries and other disabilities
People with spinal cord injuries and other impairments too can live a quality life. Independent living has assisted in overcoming the barriers to a higher quality of life for disabled people who do not want to rely on others.
Any person su ...
COVID 19: Deficiency of Vitamin D, May Increase The Risk In Children
19 May 2021
Vitamin D is an essential micronutrient, that helps regulate calcium and phosphate levels in the human body and build strong bones. Vitamin D has also been credited for the development of immunity in the human body. Many researchers have claimed the role of vitamin D in reducing the risk of illness from COVID‑19.
The deficiency of Vitamin D is known to be the most prevalent micronutrient def ...
All You Need To Know About New Strain Of Coronavirus, How You Can Protect Yourself?
03 Feb 2021
Coronavirus or COVID 19, a highly contagious disease turned worldwide pandemic was first detected in China's Wuhan city.
The disease spread globally, infected more than 86 million people and claiming the life of 1.84 million, forcing many countries to impose a lockdown to contain the spread, as no antidote to this furiously spreading virus was found.
Just when some pharmaceutical giants made gro ...
Corona virus Vaccine in India: All You Need To Know
03 Feb 2021
To curb the spread of coronavirus, the government of India introduced two vaccines, Serum Institute of India’s Covishield and Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin.
The vaccination drive to end the perils of the coronavirus pandemic begun ...
Urinary Incontinence: Symptoms, causes, and prevention
06 Jan 2021
What is urinary incontinence?
Urinary incontinence, also known as loss of Bladder control is a common ailment. Hundreds of people in India are suffering from these perils with the number of women being almost double that of men.
There are many causes that can lead to urinary incontinence including stress, pregnancy, or coughing. People with obesity issues are more prone to h ...
Why is tele-consultation the safest option amid pandemic?
04 Nov 2020
Novel coronavirus has bought the world to a standstill. Since a vaccine to counter the effects of this virus hasn't been found, people have made several lifestyle changes to protect themselves. Wearing a mask, staying indoors, working from home has been all part of this new normal.
With the number of COVID-19 cases increasing every day, people have been avoiding stepping out of their homes – ...
Hospitals Following Guideline and Processes to Ensure Patient’s Well Being amid COVID 19
19 Sep 2020
The world has come to a halt, with COVID-19 a highly contagious disease spreading rapidly, every day throughout the world. The disease was first identified in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province in China in December 2019 and spread quickly due to its highly contagious nature, to become a global pandemic. The perils of the pandemic have infected over 9 million people and have claimed over 472K liv ...
Steps to Cope with Stress amid Coronavirus
19 Aug 2020
Highly contagious disease Coronavirus has left the world standstill. The disease has confined people to their homes and restricted their day to day activities. Infectious diseases such as COVID-19 cannot just affect your physical well being but can affect your mental health as well. During testing times like these, it is important to stay informed and take necessary steps to support and manage our ...
Positive mind is the crucial weapon in the fight against corona
05 Jun 2020
A positive mind is the powerhouse of confidence. It even reduces the likelihood of developing conditions such as hypertension, depression and other stress-related disorders. But as the world is engulfed with the coronavirus, it’s imperative that we should keep our minds focused and positive to fight against the pandemic. If we focus on positive emotions more than the negative ones then automat ...
Coronavirus Symptoms: What are there and when should you see a doctor?
06 May 2020
The novel coronavirus or covid-19 has affected 210 countries in the world and infected 2,414,095 people resulting in 165,153 deaths. According to WHO the first case of coronavirus was identified on 31 Dec 2019 when China reported a cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan.
As the cases continued to rise WHO on January 10 issued a comprehensive package of technical guidance online with advice to all ...