Diabetic Foot Care in Summer: 5 Tips to Monitor Glucose, And Maintain Healthy Feet

Diabtes comes with many external and internal body issues. Foot problems are common in people with diabetes but the problem can be taken care of if you are taking a proper care.

30 foods that fight inflammation

Inflammation is a totally normal reaction that takes place when your body is fighting a virus or an injury. In certain cases, however, inflammation can become chronic, posing a health risk. For example, chronic inflammation increases the risk of cancer. It is also associated with diseases such as arthritis and multiple sclerosis. Fortunately, certain foods have anti-inflammatory properties and can help protect you from these conditions. Here are 30 of those foods. If you suffer from an inflammatory disease, consult a healthcare professional to ensure that these foods are suitable for you. Do not stop any treatment without obtaining prior agreement from your doctor.

Unlock the Power of Blueberries: Health Benefits Revealed by Health Experts

This article examines the potential health benefits of blueberries and the recommended quantity for consumption. It provides perspectives from two experts, Lucía Ramos and Vilte Puisyte, who have 8 and 2 years of experience respectively. The benefits discussed include the fruit's ability to reduce the risk of cancer, its low sugar level, its high antioxidant capacity, and its ability to help prevent UTIs. The experts recommend consuming a cup of...

Can Irregular Periods Increase The Risk Of Heart Disease? Read On To Know More

In a recent study conducted by a team of researchers from NCBI, it has been discovered that women who experience irregular periods may face an increased risk of heart disease. The study, which analysed data from thousands of women, highlights the potential long-term health implications of menstrual irregularities. The researchers found that women with irregular menstrual cycles, characterised by variations in cycle length or skipped periods,...

Why would a lipoma need to be removed? Find out what the experts say

Answered by Dr. Mohan P. Abraham M.D., FAAFP (Family Physician) · 40 years of experience · USA Usually, lipomas need not be removed as they are harmless. But if you feel pain, then a surgical procedure is needed to remove it. → See more questions and expert answers related to lipoma. → Learn more about lipoma: See the causes, symptoms, treatment op...

Hernia Warning Signs: What to Look Out For

Overview A condition when an organ pushes through a weak spot in surrounding area. The major symptom is the bulging of the affected area, usually occurs in the abdomen. Symptoms If you or someone you know is exhibiting symptoms of a Hernia, seek medical attention immediately Common symptoms of hernia are: Bulge or lump in the affected area Bump is ...

Black pepper: Expert opinions, health risks, and more

Advice from Harvard Health Publishing and 3 experts: What is the life expectancy of someone with pleurisy?

Answered by Dr. Howard E. Lewine M.D. Chief Medical Editor, Harvard Health Publishing · 40 years of experience · USA Pleurisy means inflammation of the pleura, the membrane that lines the lungs within the chest cavity. The typical symptom is chest pain that gets worse when you take a deep breath. The most common cause of pleurisy in developed count...

Nutrition alert: One peach (150 grams) contains…

Peaches are part of the "dirty dozen" list, which means they can have higher levels of pesticide residues

Day 15 of Gluten Free Anti-Inflammatory Plan by Whitney Hills

Healthy gut . Healthy gut . Boost energy level Gluten free · May improve skin health · Increases energy level Suitable for gluten free diets, may decrease inflammation · Improved digestion and may clear up skin · Increased energy levels and improved sleep Not recommended for those with chronic disease or under a doctors care. Please check with your...

5 analyst favorite companies offering weight loss products.

Nearly two-thirds of American adults are either overweight or obese. Childhood obesity is triple what it was a generation ago. It will be a challenge for people's health, but for companies that manufacture or sell products, services, diets and foods designed to help people lose weight, this is an industry with great economic value. Companies within this list are associated with the weight-loss industry. This list's performance is calculated on...

Expert-Backed Benefits of Green Tea for Weight Loss

This article provides expert opinions from three professionals on the potential benefits of green tea for weight loss. It examines the potential effects of green tea on overweight/obese individuals, as well as its potential for boosting metabolism and breaking down fat cells. The article also provides nutritional facts and tips from health experts on green tea consumption. The article provides a disclaimer that the information should not be...

Seven false myths about diabetes to dispel

Despite all the channels one has access to nowadays, there is still a lot of misinformation around the world about diabetes, its symptoms and treatment.In fact, diabetes is not a disabling disease and, provided one keeps it under control, one can lead a completely normal life. Moreover, there are still many false myths about this disease, some of which are truly absurd and have no scientific basis.We therefore want to try to dispel seven of the most common false myths about diabetes.

Is daytime drinking better than drinking at night? Let's settle the debate

If you're one of those whose idea of chilling is either having a glass of wine with dinner or having a raging party with your friends at night, you might wanna rethink your schedule. Don't get us wrong -- drinking any time of the day is harmful to your health and your liver, but we are trying to figure out which could do you worst: day or night.

Cold And Flu: Natural Remedies That Can Give You Quick And Lasting Relief

Here's how herbs can be used to improve skin health, reduce inflammation, and even boost the immune system. Let's find out.

7 Hollywood celebrities who are battling Multiple sclerosis

Cervical Cancer  Awareness Month: From causes and detection to treatment and recovery everything you need to know about Cervical Cancer

To or not to consume: Almonds in summer

"Almonds contain protein, fiber, vitamin E, magnesium, calcium and various other vitamins and minerals that are essential for overall well-being," said Dr Mohammad Safir Haidar, Medical Director and HOD Emergency, Ujala Cygnus Group of Hospitals

Mumbai: Rare surgery has 71-year-old back on his feet

A city doctor and his team have successfully removed stones from both knees of a 71-year-old male patient. Due to the deformity of the bones, the doctor also performed knee replacement surgery. The hospital claims that this is the fourth case in India and the ninth in the world where stones have been removed from both knees. Prahlad Pawar, 71, a resident of Pune, had been suffering from severe knee pain and progressively worsening leg deformity...

Is eating oats good for thyroid? Here’s what an expert has to say

Thanks to a greater sense of health-consciousness over the recent past, many people have started gravitating towards making healthier food choices. One food that has climbed up the health charts is oats. This steaming hot bowl of all things healthy offers a plethora of health benefits. Studies have found that eating oatmeal can help you … Continue reading "Is eating oats good for thyroid? Here’s what an expert has to say"

Myths or facts: Laser hair reduction is permanent, can cause cancer

This method of hair removal is growing in popularity, and while the internet is a great resource to know more about it, it's also riddled with misinformation and myths

How to have a sustainable beauty routine

Here are some practical steps and sustainable solutions that can be incorporated into your beauty routine, promoting a harmonious balance between self-care and environmental consciousness.

Morning, noon, evening, or night — when is the right time to check your weight?

Know your body: "We don't need to check our weight every day. Once in a month, on an empty stomach, is best", said Dr Ria Banerjee Ankola, a food therapist

Identifying and tackling different digestive disorders

When it comes to stomach aches, it's difficult to know if something's seriously wrong. There are various stomach-based symptoms we can experience, and often there is nothing to worry about. In other cases, however, there may be a digestive disorder at play. There are a number of different digestive diseases, each of varying severity. Often the different disorders have very similar symptoms, which can make them difficult to diagnose. Could you have a digestive disease? Check out this gallery to learn all about the different digestive disorders.

How to protect your kids from childhood illnesses

As a parent or caregiver, keeping your children fit and healthy is your number one priority. However, with countless pesky illnesses out here, it can be a challenge. Luckily, there are some tactics you can use to keep them safe. Within this article, we will look at 15 small and simple things you can do that will protect your kids from childhood illnesses.

Mosquito-borne diseases: symptoms not to be underestimated

Mosquitoes can be a nuisance, but they can also be very dangerous.Summer is a season we all look forward to, but unfortunately it also brings with it a high risk of contracting mosquito-borne diseases. These small but annoying creatures are responsible for the transmission of serious diseases, the symptoms of which can be mistaken for a simple cold or fever, but it is essential to know how to recognise them in time in order to intervene promptly and prevent complications.In this photogallery we will see which symptoms, source, of mosquito-borne diseases should not be underestimated.

Supplements Have No Health Benefits, Says Top Scientist- Recommends Eating Real Food

Ditch those health supplements as they have no health benefits, and are simply a money-making scheme by drug companies, according to a top UK scientist. Let's find out more here.

From causes to diagnosis and things to avoid — all your questions about fatty liver disease answered

"Alcohol usage and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease are the two most frequent causes of fatty liver," said Dr Bipin Vibhute, Liver and Multi-organ Transplant and Hepatobiliary Surgeon, Sahyadri Hospitals, Pune

‘I am so pleased I failed’: Author shares mental health recovery journey in touching Twitter post

Zoe Burnett, author and public speaker, said four years ago she tried to die by suicide.

Gut Health: 5 Ways to Naturally Detox Gut For Good Digestion

Gut is also called the second brain. Hence, a healthy gut is imperative for proper bodily functions. Here is how to cleanse it naturally for better digestion.

Japan's Omron to open its first medical device factory in India in Tamil Nadu: Report

Omron will make devices including blood pressure monitors and will invest nearly $15.7 million to set up the plant.

How Consuming Tea, Chia Seeds, Apples, Dark Chocolate Can Keep Age-Related Memory Loss At Bay, Reveals Study

Consuming foods rich in flavanols such as tea, chia seeds, apples and dark chocolate may stave off the risk of age-related memory loss, according to a large study. Read more to find out more about this interesting study.

After a rejuvenating facial, here are 10 do’s and don’ts for skincare to follow

Well done! You have just treated yourself to a rejuvenating facial, and your skin is glowing and refreshed. Facials are an excellent way to nourish and pamper your skin, providing numerous benefits such as deep cleansing, exfoliation, and hydration. However, it’s essential to take proper care of your skin after a facial to maximise its … Continue reading "After a rejuvenating facial, here are 10 do’s and don’ts for skincare to follow"

Taapsee Pannu’s nutritionist reveals all about her ‘Ayurvedic transformation’: ‘There was no intermittent fasting…’

"We started in the mid of November 2022 and the video was shot in March 2023," said Munmun Ganeriwal, adding that the focus was to work on her "belly and abs"

Diabetes and Grapes: Expert Advice on Eating Right

This article examines the potential benefits of grapes for people with diabetes. Three experts in nutrition and dietetics provide their opinion on the glycemic index of grapes, portion size, and the role of grapes in a healthy diet. The article also provides information on other popular diets such as the Mediterranean diet, Keto diet, and Diabetic diet. This article provides insight into the potential benefits of grapes for people with diabetes,...

Carrot: Nutrition tips from experts

World No Tobacco Day 2023: Beyond smoking- know the surprising risk factors for bladder cancer

Bladder cancer is not as common in India as it is in Western countries. However, it is still essential for individuals to beware of the risk factors that go beyond smoking. Many lesser-known risk factors are often overseen or ignored regarding bladder cancer. We spoke to Dr G Vasu Babu, Consultant - Medical Oncologist from HCG Cancer Centre, Vijayawada, who gave us some tips to be mindful of. Chemicals and our exposure to them: When exposed to...

Famous people diagnosed with dementia

In medicine, dementia is a general term for the impaired ability to remember, think, or make decisions. There are many disorders that fall into this category, from Alzheimer's to Lewy body dementia. But while we often think of dementia and Alzheimer's disease as normal parts of aging, this isn't really the case. The CDC estimates that up to 40% of cases of dementia are actually preventable, or could at least be delayed. Like the rest of the population, many celebrities have been diagnosed with some form of dementia late in life before passing away in their senior years. However, some have been unlucky enough to develop the condition at much younger ages, and have their golden years taken from them. In this gallery, click through to learn which famous faces lived with dementia in one form or another.

Iconically Indian: How To Make A Healthy Black Urad Dal At Home

Dal is every Indian’s comfort food. Without dal, every traditional Indian lunch or dinner is incomplete. Dals are one of the most cherished elements in Indian cuisine and have a special place in Indian kitchens. Every Indian kitchen serves dals in a variety of forms with aromatic tempering with oil or ghee. Black (kali urad ki dal) urad dal is made with whole black gram dal cooked with onions, tomatoes, masala, and some Indian spices. People...

Most popular telemedicine stocks to follow in 2023.

Telehealth can contribute to achieving universal health coverage by improving access for patients to quality, cost-effective health services. It is particularly valuable for those in remote areas, vulnerable groups and aging populations. We've collected a list of best telemedicine stocks to invest in. This list's performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.

Turmeric: here’s how it actually measures up to health claims

While turmeric is reported to contain over 100 different compounds, most of its reported health benefits are linked to specific compounds called curcuminoids (the most abundant being curcumin)

Hold sessions on yoga day, NMC to med colleges

NEW DELHI: The National Medical Commission (NMC) has written to all medical institutions in the country to hold yoga practices on June 21, the International Yoga Day. In a letter sent to the heads of all government and private medical colleges, the NMC has referred to the fact that the United Nations General Assembly had in 2014 declared June 21 as...

How to Help Someone Having a Panic Attack? 5 Symptoms to Identify it

Panic attacks occur without warning and have potential to turn severe. Experts suggest few ways as to how to help someone going through a panic attack.

Weight Loss and Proteins: Know How this Macronutrient Can Help in Shedding the Extra Kilos

Proteins for Weight Loss: Your diet should have all types of nutrients; both micronutrients and macronutrients. Similarly, your diet should also include proteins. Proteins are known to help in weight loss. Read on to know more about how this macronutrient can help you to lose weight.

Why you can get SAD even when it's summer

You may be familiar with seasonal affective disorder “SAD” in the winter, but did you know that some people get it in the summer? Seasonal depression in the summer is real and it can affect you. Here’s what to look for and what to do about it.

Health Experts Reveal: Why Feijoa is a Nutritious Superfood

This article examines the potential health benefits of feijoa, a fruit native to South America. Two experts in nutrition and dietetics, Julia Rocha and Carolina Castro, provide insight into the potential benefits of feijoa, including its anti-inflammatory properties, its ability to reduce thyroid disorders, and its ability to reduce high blood pressure. Additionally, the article discusses the potential benefits of feijoa for gut health and...

Blood Cancer can be defeated: Dr Pati

Blood cancer can be defeated with proper treatment and the patient’s will to fight, medical experts said here . “There is a need to dispel the notion that it is difficult to escape death if a person was afflicted with cancer,” Dr. Hara Prasad Pati, former Head of Department of Hematopathology at AIIMS, New Delhi, said while addressing a programme organised at the Institute of Medical Sciences and SUM Hospital hereon the eve of World Blood Cancer...

Ask an expert: What can make vitiligo worse?

Answered by Dr. Chandra Shekar Adelli MBBS, Gen Med · 6 years of experience · India Autoimmune diseases worsen vitiligo. Hyperthyroidism also causes vitiligo. Non Hodgkin lymphoma worsen vitiligo. Neurochemical also worsen vitiligo. Stressful events and sun burn also worsen vitiligo. What are people curious about?White patches on skinHomeopathy for...

Celebrities who have insured their body parts

There are a lot of things you can insure, including your body parts. It’s something A-listers seem to do (or get done for them) relatively frequently. Here are just some of the stars who have protected assets.

Should India worry about the increase in COVID-19 cases in China?

A recent report mentioned that Chinese officials are increasing vaccinations among the country's 1.4 billion citizens

Parkinson's in Women: How Exercises May Lower The Risk of This Neurological Disorder?

According to a recent study, there may an association between exercising that could further reduce the risk of developing Parkinson's in women by nearly 25 per cent.