Insomnia has a really significant impact on millions of people worldwide. We’ve long known there’s a link between insomnia and chronic disease. Finding it hard to sleep at night? If so, blame your genes, say researchers, who identified 57 genes associated with symptoms of insomnia, affecting 10 to 20 per cent people worldwide. “Our findings confirm a role for genetics in insomnia symptoms and expand upon the four previously found gene loci for this condition,” said lead author Jacqueline M. Lane from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). “All of these identified…Read More
Water Therapy: What is Water Therapy?
For several centuries water has been an integral part of treatment of several diseases among the ancient Egyptians, Hebrews, Greeks, Persians and Hindus. The Chinese used water as a remedy several centuries before Christ, the Japanese used cold water for treatment of several diseases almost eight hundred years ago. Hippocrates, father of modern medicine, also used hot and cold water successfully for management of diseases such as fever, ulcers, bleeding, inside or outside the body, etc. How is the water regulated? Whenever there is water shortage in your house, you…Read More
World Tuberculosis Day 2018: One in ten Indian women affected by TB related ailment
With over 20 lakh cases of Tuberculosis worldwide, India is the second leading country to contribute to the related mortality rate. With over 20 lakh cases of Tuberculosis worldwide, India is the second leading country to contribute to the related mortality rate. Usually the TB bacteria affects the lungs, and if left unnoticed, it can also spread throughout the body and cause secondary infection affecting the kidneys, abdomen, brain, uterus and even the fallopian tubes. Genital TB can be a great cause of concern for both the partners if they are trying to…Read More
Mumbai: Foundation Launches Campaign To Limit Salt Intake On World Kidney Day
Mumbai Senior-Most Nephrologists Have Come Together To Show Solidarity Towards Spreading Awareness Of The Detrimental Role Of Salt Intake, In Kidney Disease Mumbai’s senior-most nephrologists have come together to show solidarity towards spreading awareness of the detrimental role of salt intake, in kidney disease. Spearheaded by Dr. Bhupendra Gandhi’s Amar Gandhi Foundation (AGF), and supported by the Mumbai Kidney Foundation (MKF), over 150 nephrologists in the city have raised a clarion call, “ek chammach kam” (One spoon less), to highlight the high salt intake among Indian population. Announcing the campaign,…Read More
ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM INTENSE NECK PAIN? IT MAY BE CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS!
Alleviate the Pain with Simple Natural Treatment Methods Do you suffer from bouts of severe neck pain and stiffness in your neck? It may be Cervical Spondylosis, commonly referred to as neck arthritis. It’s a painful condition that occurs both in men and women as they cross 40. In fact, more than 85% of people above 60 suffer from this debilitating condition. While there are no medications to combat cervical spondylosis, with the right lifestyle changes and proper care and treatment, you can be freed from the pain. How to…Read More
Want to safeguard yourself from heart diseases? Add more fruits and vegetables to your diet
A new Swedish study has found that lutein, a nutrient in brightly coloured fruit and vegetables, can reduce inflammation in patients with coronary artery disease. The study, carried out by researchers at Linköping University, looked at the levels of six of the most common carotenoids in blood from 193 patients with coronary artery disease. “A considerable number of patients who have experienced myocardial infarction still have low-level chronic inflammation in the body, even after receiving effective treatment with revascularisation, drugs and lifestyle changes. We know that chronic inflammation is associated…Read More
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