Here are 5 foods which you should immediately stop refrigerating

Not everything has to go in the fridge, even if it seems like something that would stay fresh in such a condition. Here are five foods you should stop placing in the refrigerator

Here are 5 foods which you should immediately stop refrigeratingTomatoes Green tomatoes, which have not ripened yet, can be placed stem side down in a paper bag, according to Pop Sugar. If the tomatoes are red and ripe, they should ideally be stored at room temperature for a couple of days. They should be kept stem side up and away from sunlight. Studies have […]

5 potential reasons for having bloodshot eyes

Eye redness occurs when the vessels in your eye become swollen or irritated. Redness of the eye, also called bloodshot eyes, can indicate the presence of several different health problems

5 potential reasons for having bloodshot eyesRed eyes (or red eye) is a condition where the white of the eye (the sclera) has become reddened or ‘bloodshot.’ The appearance of red eye can vary widely. It can look like there are several squiggly pink or red lines on the sclera or the entire sclera may appear diffusely pink or red. While […]

‘Focus on the health of children to build a healthy state’

We are all well-aware of the term – Health is Wealth. But how many of us have ever given a thought about what health truly means? When we talk about Healthy Maharashtra, we need to understand the meaning of health, and whose responsibility it is

‘Focus on the health of children to build a healthy state’Health is a shared responsibility of the government and parents. One cannot merely pass the buck on the government. As parents, we must share equal responsibility when it comes to ensuring healthy lives for our children. A healthy child will help build a healthy home, and healthy homes are the bricks that build a healthy […]

Maharashtra: ‘Endoscopy on wheels’ to help treat stomach ailments of rural patients

‘Endoscopy on wheels,’ is a first-of-its-kind centre in India, it is now ready and will be accessible to the common people. The mobile centre has been conceptualised by Padma Shri awardee Dr Amit Maydeo, Director, Baldota Institute of Digestive Science, Mumbai

Maharashtra: ‘Endoscopy on wheels’ to help treat stomach ailments of rural patientsThis service was launched by Maharashtra Chief Minister, Uddhav Thackeray at the Mantralaya on Tuesday, December 10. This mobile unit will surely benefit rural patients. The primary aim of this novel initiative is to provide state-of-the-art medical facilities to the poor and needy who can’t afford expensive medical diagnosis and treatment in private hospitals. While […]

‘Awareness can help prevent chronic kidney ailments’

Kidney disease is a serious illness. While ‘acute’ kidney ailments can be cured completely, others called ‘chronic’ progress to reach end-stage, where lifelong dialysis or kidney transplant are the only options for survival

‘Awareness can help prevent chronic kidney ailments’In India, the burden of chronic kidney disease is huge and rising fast. An estimated 2,00,000 new patients are added to the dialysis patients’ pool each year. Only 15,000 continue dialysis after a month into their treatment, the rest drop out due to financial challenges or because of difficulties in reaching a dialysis centre on […]

‘Health and well-being is the backbone of happiness’

We are a country blessed with brilliant youth and we are committed to keeping them interested in the field of medicine. The government has invested so much money and passion in the health care industry.

‘Health and well-being is the backbone of happiness’Despite all this, we are still churning out young physicians who are not well trained. Despite the long years in medical college and the hard work, they do not seem to be able to hold their own in the world of real diseases and patients. While they are exposed to a variety of clinical situations, […]

Here’s to keep a beard healthy and well-groomed, according to health experts

Beard is considered as a prominent secondary sexual characteristic for men. It is not enough to just grow a beard, but also to maintain and keeping it well-groomed. Because, if not, it can be associated with poor hygiene or an uncivilised, and dangerous demeanour

Here’s to keep a beard healthy and well-groomed, according to health expertsBeard for time immemorial has been the centre of masculinity. It is considered as a prominent secondary sexual characteristic for men. It is not enough to just grow a beard because it is easy, but most important thing is to maintain and keeping it well-groomed. Because, if not, it can be associated with poor hygiene […]

Suffering from PCOS? Manage it with these useful diet tips

Diet and exercise are important parts of managing PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). As, women with PCOS often have higher levels of insulin (a hormone) in their blood with trouble maintaining a healthy weight

Suffering from PCOS? Manage it with these useful diet tipsKnowing the right foods to eat as well as the kinds of food to limit can improve the way you feel. It will also help you lose weight. Eating well, staying active, and maintaining a healthy weight can improve PCOS symptoms, say experts. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that affects a woman’s hormone […]

‘Neurorehab centres are the need of the hour’

The aim should be to provide medical facilities to all regardless of the patient’s background. Medical facilities should not be a privilege but priority for all, to get proper treatment neurorehabilitation centres are the need of the hour

‘Neurorehab centres are the need of the hour’Healthy people make a healthy state. For every government, affordable and state-of-the-art patient care should be a key responsibility. I believe the concept of a healthy state rests on the principle of ‘PYRAMID’. The foundation of the pyramid has to be solid in order to support the superstructure of a robust healthcare system. Only then […]

Short sleep may harm bone health in older women, finds study

Getting five or fewer hours of sleep a night is associated with low bone mineral density and higher odds of osteoporosis, researchers report

Short sleep may harm bone health in older women, finds studyNew research in postmenopausal women has found that those who slept for no longer than 5 hours per night were most likely to have a lower bone mineral density (BMD) and osteoporosis. A team from the University at Buffalo, New York, led the study of 11,084 postmenopausal women, all of whom were participants in the […]
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