“Thinking” is a tiny little word and activity we do every moment, consciously or unconsciously! Ever wondered why we think? The answer is simple: thinking helps us understand and interpret the information we receive and thereby lets us develop strategies to make informed choices. Thinking is essential to survival, learning, and overall growth and development. […]
Epilepsy Awareness Day: How can Epilepsy be a contributing factor to Mental Illness?
Epilepsy affects approximately 50 million people worldwide, making it one of the most common neurological disorders, yet we don’t talk much about it. Why? To begin, Epilepsy, a neurological disorder, affects the electrical activity in the brain and can cause seizures. However, it’s important to note that the prevalence of Epilepsy varies widely by region, […]
National Deworming Day: How can you tell if your child’s stomach has worms?
Over one-third of the world’s population is infected by worms, with children experiencing the most severe infections. Long-lasting and chronic stomach infections can severely impact a child’s development in all areas, including health, nutrition, cognitive growth, learning, educational access, and performance. On this National Deworming Day, let’s learn more about the importance of deworming for […]
How can digital consultation help in faster recovery post-hospitalization?
A long hospital stay.. Sounds stressful? You’ll be eager to return to your house once your condition improves. Yet, leaving the hospital does not imply that you are entirely recovered. Instead, it’s only the following stage in your recovery process. In this blog, we discuss what precautions you and your caregivers must take to help […]
National Toothache Day: Why shouldn’t you ignore a toothache and miss a dental appointment?
Everybody has experienced throbbing pain in the gums and around their teeth. Even though many of us may decide to ignore it at first, dental discomfort only grows worse with time. To commemorate National Toothache Day, let’s read about why we should always pay attention to toothache and never miss a scheduled dental appointment. Let’s […]
Safer Internet Day- Tips to secure your password and your health records
What initially enters your thoughts when you hear the month of February? Right, it’s Valentine’s Day. February is not just about celebrating love; it’s also about using the internet safely. Maintaining data security in health research is crucial since it necessitates gathering, storing, and utilizing substantial volumes of individually identifiable health information, much of which […]
Intellectual Disabilities: How can digital consultation provide inclusive healthcare?
Education serves as both a stand-alone health support mechanism and a growth accelerator. Health and well-being are built on a foundation of high-quality education. People need information in this informative age to stay healthy and productive. Education and Inclusive Healthcare People who are healthy and well-educated contribute to thriving economies, which are essential conditions for […]
World Cancer Day- Warning Signs of Breast Cancer, diagnosis and Breast Cancer treatment.
We all have heard about Breast Cancer; it is the most widespread cancer in women, accounting for more than 1 in 10 new cancer diagnoses yearly. Let’s learn more about this second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women worldwide on World Cancer Day (4 February). First, while men can also develop breast cancer, women are […]
Air Pollution-How does air pollution affect your eyes? How we can reduce our carbon footprint
When we speak of pollution, India is the third most polluted country in the world (*Source- World Population Review) In our daily life, we are surrounded by a number of pollutants that irritate the eyes, skin, and lungs. The causes behind them are many, like toxic emissions from industry, emissions from vehicular traffic, and dependence […]
Data Protection Day: Why is data privacy important in healthcare?
Trust is one of the cornerstones of the healthcare system. Patients must believe that the individuals and institutions delivering them care have their best interests in mind. When visiting a doctor, patients frequently divulge information about themselves that they might not otherwise. Patients must have faith that their healthcare provider won’t provide that information to […]