How Expectant Mothers Can Benefit From Foetal Medicine

Every pregnancy can benefit from foetal medicine in addition to obstetrics and gynaecology. Birth defects, if identified, many of these can be prevented.

All you Need to Know about Foetal Echocardiography

1 % of all live births have heart defects. Foetal echocardiography is the detailed evaluation of the heart of the foetus to check for any abnormalities.

The Rise of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

India is experiencing a continued increase in COPD, with an estimated prevalence of more than 57,000,000 people suffering from obstructive airway diseases (OADs) by the end of 2016.

EXERCISE for a healthy HEART

One often discussed but seldom practiced topic is regular exercise for a healthy heart. While it applies to everyone in general, patients with pre-existing heart diseases and who have experienced heart ... read more

AWARENESS ON ARTHRITIS

In simple terms Arthritis means inflammation of joints. Inflammation is characterised by pain, swelling, redness, and local warmth. Apart from Osteoarthritis, which is a non inflammatory cause of joint ... read more

Fight Asthma, Breathe Easy

What is Asthma? Asthma is a chronic lung disease that involves the airways (windpipes), that carries air to and from your lungs. A patient with asthma finds it difficult to breathe when the airways are ... read more

Cancer and Its Prevalence in India

As India strides into the 21st century, the spectrum of disease has changed from mainly infectious diseases to more chronic disease (such as heart disease & diabetes), while cancer has assumed ... read more

Pain or No Pain?

What is probably the commonest cause of suffering for human being in medical science? Or what is the commonest fear for surgery? The answer is “pain”. But medical science is advanced enough to reduce the ... read more

Be Cancer Aware!

The word cancer isn’t a pleasant thing to hear. It stirs a mix of panic, worry and anxiety in all of us. In India alone, the incidence of cancer is around 70-90 per 1,00,000 people. Its prevalence is ... read more