Eating the right food in the right amount is what keeps a person healthy. The key to stay healthy is having a Balanced Diet. This balanced diet can be achieved by following a Food Pyramid which has various foods mentioned in a proportional amount. This food pyramid emphasizes more on long term eating habit rather […]

World Parkinson’s Day: What Are The Early Signs of Parkinson’s?

Parkinson’s beings with walking difficulties, balancing, and coordinating; it also causes tremors and stiffness. Symptoms appear gradually and worsen over time. People with Parkinson’s disease may have trouble walking and speaking as the disease progresses. They may also experience mental and behavioral changes and sleep issues, depression, memory problems, and exhaustion. Parkinson’s Disease Risk Age […]

World Autism Day: Different Types of Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism (Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD) is a complex condition characterized by problems in behavior and communication. ASD patients find it difficult to understand other people’s thoughts and feelings, making communication difficult, whether through facial expressions, touch or words, or gestures. World Autism Day World Autism Month, which kicks off on April 2 with the UN-recognized World Autism […]

National Epilepsy Day: Diagnosis and Treatment of Epilepsy

Do you know? Electrical currents run through our brain, assisting in controlling various bodily functions. These electrical currents can suddenly increase, which is transmitted to the body and results in actions and behaviors known as seizures. These seizures can be categorized differently depending on which part of the brain they occur in. These include behavioral […]

World Down Syndrome Day: How to Parent a Child with Down Syndrome?

What is Down Syndrome? It is a birth disorder in which a baby is born with an extra chromosome. Which are the body’s small “packages” of genes and shape a baby’s body as it develops during pregnancy and after birth. While a baby is born with 46 chromosomes, a baby with Down syndrome has an extra copy […]

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