Can Cardiac Arrest Happen While Sleeping?
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by Dhivya Sree
3d ago
Heart attacks are no longer a story for our grandparents. In India, they have become a major concern for people of all ages, even seemingly healthy and active individuals. With reports of attacks happening even during sleep, it is time we shed light on this silent threat. Let’s face it, the rise in heart attacks across the country is scary. But understanding why they occur is the first step towards protecting ourselves. Why does sleep play a role? During sleep, the body naturally enters a state of conversation. Heart rate and breathing slow down, and blood pressure drops slightly. This is ..read more
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Is IVF Pregnancy the Same as Normal Pregnancy?
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by Dhivya Sree
4d ago
A child completes a family, one should never worry about how one becomes a parent. Should you be unable to conceive naturally, in vitro fertilization (IVF) is always an option. Although it is widely believed that pregnancies achieved through assisted reproductive technologies are vastly different from those that occur naturally, this belief is not true.  How does conception work in IVF or natural pregnancy? Fertilization occurs when sperm and egg connect in the fallopian tubes during a natural pregnancy. The fertilized egg then travels to the uterus, implants the lining, and begins to dev ..read more
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What are the Behavioral Changes of Parkinson’s Patients
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by Dhivya Sree
1w ago
Parkinson’s is one of the age-related brain diseases, that will impair your brain. It affects your daily activities like slowed movements, shivering, balance-related issues, and more. In most cases, the cause is unknown, but in certain cases, it may develop due to heredity. There are numerous treatment options available to treat this condition, also some behavioral changes in Parkinson’s patients affect them and the people around them, further this blog will shed light on the behavioral changes of Parkinson’s patients.  What is Parkinson’s disease?  In Parkinson’s disease, some areas ..read more
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What is the Difference Between a Strain and a Sprain?
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by Dhivya Sree
1w ago
It is understandable why people mistakenly believe that sprains and strains are the same injury because, in addition to sharing a name, they also exhibit similar symptoms, such as inflammation and pain. A sprain and strain however affect different body tissues, and there are differences between the two as the ankle strain symptoms and sprain symptoms are quite different. In any case athletes are most likely to sustain these injuries while participating in their favorite sports, so it is important that they understand the distinctions between them, how to avoid them, and how to receive the ..read more
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Update on Obstructive Jaundice and Interesting Case Capsules
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by admin
2w ago
Dr. M. MURUGESH MD., DM., (GASTRO) Consultant Medical Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist Dr. R. SABARINATHAN MBBS, DNB (General Medicine), DM(Gastroenterology), FAGIE(Fellowship in Advanced Gastrointestinal Endoscopy) Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist  The post Update on Obstructive Jaundice and Interesting Case Capsules appeared first on Sri Ramakrishna Hospital ..read more
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Can a Mammogram Detect Stage 1 Breast Cancer?
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by Dhivya Sree
2w ago
In the battle against breast cancer, early detection is crucial. Early stage breast cancer mammograms, a key aspect of breast cancer screening, play an important role in identifying the condition at its earliest stages. But can mammograms definitively detect stage 1 breast cancers? What is stage 1 breast cancer? Stage 1 breast cancer means the earliest detectable stage of the disease. Tumors at this stage are typically small, measuring less than 2 centimeters (about the size of a grape) and haven’t spread to the lymph nodes or other parts of the body. Since symptoms may not be present at this ..read more
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Wellness Talk on Lung Health
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by admin
2w ago
Dr. N. LOGANATHAN MBBS, MD (MEDICINE), DM (PULMONARY, CRITICAL CARE & SLEEP MEDICINE) (AIIMS), New Delhi Consultant & Interventional Pulmonologist & Sleep Specialist Dr. ARUN GANGADHAR MBBS, DNB (Resp.Med), MNAMS, IDCCM (Critical care), European Diploma in Respiratory Medicine Consultant Interventional Pulmonologist and Sleep Physician Dr. J. KRISHNA KUMAR MBBS and MD (Respiratory Medicine) Consultant Pulmonologist  The post Wellness Talk on Lung Health appeared first on Sri Ramakrishna Hospital ..read more
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7 Quick And Effective Ways To Beat Bloating
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by Dhivya Sree
2w ago
Bloating is one of the uncomfortable conditions, typically that arises due to factors such as diet, stress, or digestive issues. Fortunately, there are some simple strategies to reduce this discomfort and improve your overall condition. Further, this blog will highlight the seven quick and easy ways to beat bloating and also offer some bonus tips that you can effortlessly add to your daily routine.  What causes bloating? After binge eating you feel bloated, that is, your stomach will get stretched. When we eat too much, our stomach feels heavy and makes us feel sluggish. One of the unfami ..read more
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Pulse – June 2024 Edition
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by admin
2w ago
Download Now Dr. M. MURUGESH MD., DM., (GASTRO) Consultant Medical Gastroenterologist& Hepatologist Dr. R. SABARINATHAN MBBS, DNB(General Medicine), DM(Gastroenterology), FAGIE(Fellowship in Advanced Gastrointestinal Endoscopy) Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist Dr. N. LOGANATHAN MBBS, MD (MEDICINE), DM (PULMONARY, CRITICAL CARE & SLEEP MEDICINE) (AIIMS), New Delhi Senior Consultant in Pulmonology, Critical Care, Sleep Medicine & Interventional Pulmonologist The post Pulse – June 2024 Edition appeared first on Sri Ramakrishna Hospital ..read more
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How Can We Maintain a Sharp Memory as We Age?
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by Dhivya Sree
3w ago
When we talk to our elders we often feel like they forget even simple things; it can be about the past or even the present. Every part of the human body changes as we age. Although slight memory changes are a normal part of aging, they can cause health problems if they occur more quickly or earlier than you had expected. Fortunately there are a lot of things you can follow to ensure brain health and delay aging and memory loss.  What is memory? Information retention is a continuous process that is memory. The aging process naturally can have an impact on a variety of memory function types ..read more
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