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Dr.Ajit   Kumar Varma
It is estimated that 15 % of all the diabetic patients get foot ulcers. Among them, 1 % require a higher-level amputation. In a diabetic patient, deformities of the toes and feet occur, causing areas of raised plantar pressures and ulcer formation. These act as portals of entry for bacteria, leading to severe infections, which due to their immunocompromised state, can lead to amputations and sometimes a life-threatening situation.. read more »

Dr.Nikhil  Aggarwal
This article talks about the common health mistakes we all make every day and how to avoid them and stay healthy.. read more »

Dr.Mashfika   N Alam
Post-nasal drip is the dripping of mucus from the nasal and sinus passages down the back of the throat. This article talks in detail about this common health nuisance.. read more »

Dr.Vasantha  K S
This article clears up confusion regarding chest pain due to heartburn that is frequently misunderstood to be a heart attack and the main differences between the two types of conditions.. read more »

Dr.Geethu  Thomas
This article discusses the common reasons for recurrent urinary tract infections (UTI) in women and presents some easy-to-follow suggestions to avoid getting the infection in the first place.. read more »

Dr.Geethu  Thomas
Antibiotics cause diarrhea due to infection by antibiotic-resistant pathogens such as Staphylococcus aureus, Clostridium difficile, Candida albicans, Salmonella, Clostridium perfringens type A, Klebsiella oxytoca, etc. CDAD (Clostridium difficile-associated disease) is responsible for 15 to 25 % of cases of AAD.. read more »

Dr.Nandhini  J
Melanoma is a grave disease that mostly arises from an innocent-looking mole. If a mole is present on the body, here is how you can know if it is just a mole or melanoma. This article sketches the various aspects of the mole, from its morphology to the preventive measures.. read more »

Dr.Krutika Ingle Karandikar
This article talks about hypertension, a condition in which the pressure exerted by the blood, on the walls of the arteries, is too high.. read more »

Dr.Dipak Sopan Patade
The monsoon season in tropical countries has brought back with it the next outbreak of dengue, creating fear and panic in the minds of the people.. read more »

Dr.Ajay  Singh
Opioids have been used as pain relief medication for the past several centuries. But, in today’s age, apart from its medicinal use, they are also being taken recreationally, leading to rampant abuse and the growing menace of opioid addiction. This has severe implications on physical as well as psychological (mental) health.. read more »