Arthritis – It is defined as a degenerative, non – inflammatory joint disease characterized by destruction of articular cartilage and formation of new bone at the joint surfaces and margins. It can occur in all the joints due to ageing, it is more commonly seen in weight – bearing joints like knee, hip, ankle and … Continue reading “Everything you need to know about Arthritis”

It’s World Health Day on 7th of April and this year’s theme is Depression. The best we can do is spread awareness around Depression and here’s an effort to do that. Depression can be due to different reasons and strangely, diseases like diabetes can lead to Depression. Depression is a mood disorder that is brought … Continue reading “How Diabetes can lead to Depression”

It’s World Health Day on 7th of April and this year’s theme is Depression. The best we can do is spread awareness around Depression and here’s an effort to do that – 15 early signs of depression. When you are experiencing one of those days when nothing seems to be working out for you, it … Continue reading “15 Early Signs of Depression that you might be ignoring”

Back pain is a very common problem. Now a day’s people are engaged with their computer works in their offices and do not get the time to get up from the chairs. Prolonged sitting causes back pain. There might be poor quality chairs instead of proper ergonomic chairs which effects the posture of your back. … Continue reading “15 Simple Exercises to Avoid Back Pain”

World TB Day – 24 March In India, every 2 minutes, 2 people are infected by the disease; it is a dangerous disease and can lead to major health complications and death. The worst part is infected people fail to get adequate care and treatment. Therefore, this year, WHO stands united towards sound ethical standards … Continue reading “Do you know these facts about TB?”

Polycystic ovary disease (PCOD) is due to the elevated male hormone androgens in the female. It is most common endocrine disorder in the female between the ages 18-44. It is one of the leading causes of poor fertility. Female with PCOD have hormonal imbalance and metabolism problems that affect their overall health and appearance. It … Continue reading “Everything you should know about PCOD”

Today’s is a sedentary lifestyle – It is a type of lifestyle with no or less physical activity; characterised by sitting or remaining inactive for most of the day with little or no exercise. It is found in both developing and developed nations. It includes sitting, reading, watching T.V., playing video games, mobile phones, and … Continue reading “Does Sedentary Lifestyle lead to Diabetes”

Diabetes causes 6 deaths every minute. This lifestyle disease is a threat to mankind; fortunately there are few simple ways to manage diabetes better. Regular medicines plays an important role in keeping diabetes in control; don’t miss yours, trust Medlife instead. Read about 8 symptoms of diabetes that you mustn’t ignore.

Human life is getting busier step by step. Consistently you are mounted up with pressure and tension. Every day you feel weight, be it from work or home. Furthermore, these are causes which prompts to high circulatory strain. Pulse in turn is the underlying driver of numerous different infections which can even prompt to death. … Continue reading “10 ways to keep your Blood Pressure in control”

Kidneys play a very significant part in our well-being. They are involved in the removal waste products from the body, regulation of water amount in the body and production of hormones. However, normal kidney functions can be interfered by exposure to environmental pollutants, chronic diseases, and trauma. When toxins accumulate in your kidneys, they fail … Continue reading “7 deadly signs that your kidneys are giving up”

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