World Hearing Day: Ear Cleaning Tips to Cure Ear Pain

Have you recently felt itchy ears, troubled hearing, or ear pain? It may be the ear wax, also known as cerumen, that is causing the problem. Ear wax is a self-cleaning agent that protects our eardrum from foreign particles such as dust, and small insects. However, as in most things in life, balance is key […]

World Thinking Day 2021: Tips to Boost Your Smart Thinking

With progressing age, our brain functions also change, especially its ability to remember things that may impact our daily active life. It may often happen that in the kitchen we overlook the reason why we were there, or even forget our friend’s name from school and college. Though memory lapses can occur with any age, […]

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 […]

World Prematurity Day: Premature Baby Care at Home

According to UNICEF, around 15 million babies are born prematurely every year. Thanks to the rapid advancements in medical science, the survival rates of premature babies have considerably improved. Those born after twenty-eight weeks of pregnancy, weighing over one kg, have almost a full survival chance. However, complications arise when the premature is born before […]

Winter Care for Severe Acne, Clogged Pores, and Acne Scars

Dry and harsh winters bring a host of skin troubles. And if you thought that acne scars are restricted to the summer season then think again. Winters, a season known for its low humidity levels makes, the most superficial layer of our skin (epidermis) go dry which leads to acne breakouts.    Dry skin does […]

World Pediatric Bone and Joint Day: Care for the Young Bones

Bones are constantly growing and reforming, with an increase in one’s age. The rate of bone growth is faster in children than in adults. A child’s bone continuously grows and reforms. During childhood, bone disorders can affect the bones in the musculoskeletal system, which may get worse or better with the growth of the child. “World […]

Fighting Coronavirus Fears- How to Cope with Covid-19 Stress and Panic?

Coronavirus is reaching out to every nook and corner of the world, and along with it spreads fear and anxiety, despite medical professionals telling people not to panic and keep their calm. Consequently, this pandemic has led many countries to suspend schools, shut down shops and malls, and bring life to a halt. The question remains […]

Coronavirus Lockdown 2.0-How to Stay Fit and Handle Pandemic Stress

The rise in Coronavirus numbers has raised fears of a second lockdown possibility. We cannot forget lockdown one imposed after the rapidly evolving pandemic raised concerns of community transmission. With the rapid increase in the number of cases, it is important to understand how important is our immunity and fitness to fight stress if there is […]

Monsoon Diseases- Rainy Season Care Tips for the Elderly

With the onslaught of the rainy season, high humidity levels can quickly give rise to infections fear of germ infections making the elderly more prone to monsoon diseases. Senior citizens are more likely to get affected in the rainy weather. Common of them include dry cough, cold, flu, respiratory disorders, viral infections, conjunctivitis, digestive problems, ulcers, […]

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