National Science Day: How Health Apps and Telemedicine Makes You Fit?

It has been almost a year since the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Covid-19 a global pandemic. Since then, Covid and the subsequent lockdown has created an enormous public health concern that being- people with existing comorbidities without any Covid symptoms could not access their regular follow-up care.   Although Covid vaccinations are underway, this […]

Covid Safety Precautions for Children when School College Reopen

Schools and Colleges are not just learning institutions, they are a crucial support system for students to aid in their mental wellbeing and physical growth.   However, Covid changed all of that, this pandemic forced schools and colleges to shut down and children to continue their studies from home, with no outdoor activities or bonding with […]

World Braille Day: Vision Loss, Symptoms and Preventive Tips

Going blind is one of the greatest fears’ that patients with eye diseases fear across the world. Slowing down the entire process begins with understanding the causes, symptoms, preventive measures, and available treatments. Partial or Total Vision loss affects about 300 to 400 million globally, of this 80% of vision loss affects seniors alone.   Vision loss, […]

Diet Plan and Health Tips for the New Year

2020 has been a testing time for all of us. It was a year where immunity and health shared the utmost priority to fight the deadly Coronavirus pandemic. Though, we are just a few days away from the new year 2021, thinking of the year ahead signifies a fresh start for many. For some, new year […]

Can Christmas Lights Trigger Photosensitive Epilepsy Seizures?

Christmas brings families and friends together to celebrate the festive season and spread joy, cheer, and happiness all over. However, Covid-19 with its new mutated strain that’s 70% more infectious has made Christmas 2020 different for many of us this year. Following social distancing protocols, we all have to choose carefully how to plan our celebrations.   […]

World Disability Day: Universal Healthcare for the Disabled

Disability affects one in seven people worldwide. About 15% of the world’s population is a victim of disability which includes more than 90 million children and over 700 million adults.   A global public health and human rights concern, disabled people are one of the most discriminated, who often experience violence, insufficient food availability, unemployment, and […]

National Pollution Control Day: How Harmful is Pollution?

India houses twenty-two of the 30 most polluted cities in the world. Source- Greenpeace Fourteen of the fifteen most polluted cities of the world are in India. Source- The WHO Pollution, which is the introduction of pollutants into the environment, either naturally or by human activity remains as one of the most debated topics across […]

Winter Season Precautions to Fight the Second Wave of Covid-19

The winter season is here, so are most of the respiratory illnesses like influenza, seasonal cold etc. A spike is seen in the number of infection cases bought by the virus, which tend to survive for longer in the cold and dry climates.   The novel coronavirus has proven to be an all-seasonal virus that […]

World Antibiotics Awareness Week: Addressing Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotics are medicines available over the counter (OTC) or on a prescription basis that helps in fighting off infections caused by bacteria. Antibiotics kill bacteria at root alternatively restrict them from reproducing themselves.   Antibiotics are prescriptive medications against-   Whooping cough   Strep throat Sinus infections Dental infections Skin infections Meningitis infections Kidney infections […]

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