A healthy man wants a thousand things, a sick man only wants one.
Precaution is better than cure. Taking care of ourselves is our first and foremost duty, when one is healthy himself only then he can help others. Every disease, big or small, can be very harmful if not understood and treated accordingly.
Enjoying life comes hand in hand with having a healthy and disease-free body.
Liver diseases are one of the common health problems that are growing immensely worldwide! To know what are Liver diseases and how to prevent them from occurring, read more.Read More
Liver Cirrhosis is a complex health condition that causes injury to the healthy liver cells making them scarred and the liver damaged. To know more about what is liver cirrhosis and how to treat it, read more.Read More
Fatty Liver is a condition in which fat deposition is observed in the liver. This fat deposition prevents the liver to function as efficiently as it does and causes inflammation, swelling, and scarring to the liver tissues.Read More
Infertility affects up to 15% of couples of childbearing age worldwide. According to the World Health Organization the estimated prevalence of primary infertility in India ranges from 3.9 to 16.8%.Read More
Male infertility is a global issue, with about 50% of cases being due to male factors alone and combined. The reasons can be internal, external problems, or both, in the males. To read more, click here.Read More
Female infertility is a rising issue globally affecting one in four couples. The causes can be many small problems or multifactorial. Dive in to know more.Read More
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS is one of the leading causes of infertility worldwide. It occurs due to a number of reasons, all different for different women. Read on to know more.Read More
Gallbladder problems usually occur when gallstones block the bile ducts in the biliary tract. Gallstones can cause serious complications if symptoms persist and are not treated.Read More
Hepatitis B and C are chronic forms of hepatitis that may show symptoms only when the damage affects liver function. However, acute hepatitis may show some symptoms shortly after contracting a hepatitis virus.Read More
Hepatitis A is a viral infection that attacks the liver, causing serious damage. Hepatitis A Virus affects everyone from young children to adults of all age groups and is spread rapidly through contact with the virus-infected person.Read More
Hepatitis B is a critical viral infectious disease caused by the Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) that attacks the liver and disrupts its daily functions. World Health Organization (WHO) has regarded it as a serious life-threatening disease worldwide that is putting people at risk of death from liver diseases like liver cirrhosis, and liver cancer. Its infection rate is alarmingly high with almost 1 in 3 individuals being infected and living with chronic HBV infection.Read More
Hepatitis C is a viral infectious disease caused by the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV). It causes severe inflammation of the liver and causes major health problems like liver cirrhosis and liver cancer. According to World Health Organization (WHO), the Hepatitis C virus is extremely common globally, with about 58 million people being affected by the chronic form of the disease.Read More
Hepatitis D is a viral infectious disease caused by the Hepatitis D Virus (HDV) that affects the liver and disturbs its daily activities. It causes severe damage and inflammation of the liver by attacking the liver cells. It infects only those individuals that have or had already been infected with Hepatitis B infection. A combined attack of HBV and HDV causes severe liver damage leading to a number of chronic liver diseases like liver cirrhosis, liver failure, and liver cancer.Read More
Hepatitis E is a viral liver infection that is caused by the Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) that causes liver inflammation and scarring thus damaging the liver. It affects people of all age groups right from infants to older adults. Hepatitis E is common in developing countries where sanitation and hygienic practices are limited, and access to clean water is difficult.Read More
Chronic diseases are health conditions that last for more than 3 months and may require prolonged treatment due to drastic deterioration in health. Chronic diseases may last for years or even a lifetimeRead More
Heart disease or Cardiovascular disease has claimed more lives than any other disease globally, and its prevalence is rising day by day. Read along with what you should know about this disease.Read More
The acute disease occurs suddenly and lasts for a short amount of time showing immediate or rapidly developing symptoms. It differs from chronic diseases, which develop gradually and remain for months on endRead More
The immune system plays a crucial role in protecting our bodies from harmful pollutants, bacteria, fungus, viruses and cellular changes that can make us sick. It is composed of various organs, cells and proteinsRead More
Wellbeing can be described as how people feel and how they function, both on a personal and a social level, and how they evaluate their lives as a wholeRead More