Organ Donation after death – “The Gift of Life”
By : Siny | Category : Health and Wellbeing | Posted On : Aug 1, 2018

What is the need for organ transplantation? There are many diseases that affect various organs in human body  (kidneys,heart,liver,lungs,pancreas and so on) ; often these diseases lead on to permanent and near complete loss of  function the organ concerned , and this stage is referred to as End stage organ…

Causes, Symptoms and Treatments of Allergy
By : Shruthi | Category : Health and Wellbeing | Posted On : Dec 19, 2017

Dr. Shantanu Tandon Consultant – Ear , Nose & Throat (ENT) MS (ENT), Laryngology Fellowship (USA) Department of Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) (M) 7259651972   Causes, Symptoms and Treatments of Allergy   What is an Allergy?  An allergy is the response of the body’s immune system to normally harmless…

Kidney transplantation : What a donor should know
By : Sudha | Category : Health and Wellbeing | Posted On : Feb 20, 2017
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Article by: Dr Vikram Nimboor, Associate Consultant – Urology dept. The first successful living donor transplant was performed in Boston (USA) in the year 1954. Since then donors have been giving the gift of life and making a difference. This has allowed thousands of people facing kidney failure to live…

India Witnessing Increasing Burden of Heart Failure; Incidence Rising in Young Patients Too
By : Shruthi | Category : Health and Wellbeing | Posted On : Dec 5, 2016
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CHRONIC SINUSITIS AND RESPIRATORY HYGIENE
By : Shruthi | Category : Health and Wellbeing | Posted On : Sep 1, 2016
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   Dr Honey Ashok Senior Consultant – ENT, Head Neck Surgery & Head Neck Onco Surgery   CHRONIC SINUSITIS AND RESPIRATORY HYGIENE The sinuses are air filled cavities located in the face and around the nose. The sinuses are named according to the bone in which they are located. There…

How to spend less time sitting
By : Savitha | Category : Health and Wellbeing | Posted On : Apr 26, 2016

Evidence is accumulating for an important new health message: get out of your seat. Even for people who exercise regularly, spending too much time sitting may be a health risk. “Physical activity, or exercise, is a distinct health behaviour,” says Ananya Banerjee, PhD, a registered kinesiologist with the Women’s Cardiovascular…

Five things you need to know to put your strengths to work
By : ciiiwn | Category : Health and Wellbeing | Posted On : Jan 18, 2016
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Do you have a chance to do what you do best each day at work?  You know, to actually use your strengths – those things you’re good at and actually enjoy doing.  
When I was first asked this question several years ago I thought it was a trick.

My Preface
By : ciiiwn | Category : Health and Wellbeing | Posted On : Jan 18, 2016
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Pals,
First of all, I Bhavani, proud Chennaite, love to give a short intro of myself. Since words are of course the most powerful in every aspect of our life, I’m passionate of being a writer.

PLEASE BE AWARE
By : ciiiwn | Category : Health and Wellbeing | Posted On : Jan 18, 2016
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1.      Leaning Back too much — you come off lazy or arrogant.
2.      Leaning forward — can seem aggressive. Aim for a neutral posture.
3.      Breaking eye contact too soon — can make you seem untrustworthy or overly nervous.