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Shoulder Arthritis
August 14, 2019

There are two joints in the shoulder and arthritis usually occurs in the big ball and socket joint, namely glenohumeral joint. This joint connects two bones, glenoid and humerus. These two bones are covered by cartilage. When this cartilage is damaged, it results to shoulder arthritis. Shoulder arthritis can also develop to the acromioclavicular joint. Development of Shoulder Arthritis Shoulder arthritis starts developing when the cartilage that covers the bones of the shoulder starts to wear

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Body Fitness
August 14, 2019

The core is the foundation of our body. Just as a building can’t stand tall without a sound foundation, our body too needs a sound foundation to function efficiently. The core makes everyday activities, from getting out of bed, to walking down the street more efficient. The core is the central link in the chain movements involving various parts of our body. Whether we’re hitting a ball or chopping vegetables, the necessary movements either originate in our core, or traverse through

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How can exercise help in relieving menstrual cramps
August 12, 2019

Menstrual Cramps are very common in women, these cramps prevail in 90% of young women. At times these become so severe that they become the cause of absence from school, college and work. All you need to know about Menstrual Cramps... read more Relief from Menstrual Pain Exercise helps relieve these pains as it releases beta-endorphins, which are internal opioids “human morphine”. Exercise helps in producing analgesia, a sort of pain relief and helps in burning the prostaglandins,

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HPV Vaccination
August 2, 2019

What is HPV? HPV stands for Human Papilloma Virus. It is a very common infection and most women get it at some time in their life. In most cases it clears up by itself without the need for treatment. But in some women the virus persists, placing them at greater risk of developing cervical abnormalities (CIN) which may need treatment. Human papillomavirus (HPV) is known to cause a number of ailments, ranging from issues as benign as common warts to life threatening diseases such as

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Cervical Cancer
August 2, 2019

The cervix is the lowermost part of the uterus - a slim, cylindrical neck of tissue that connects the uterus to the vagina. It allows menstrual blood to flow from the uterus to the vagina, and sperm must pass through it to reach and fertilize the egg following sexual intercourse. What is Cervical Cancer?  Cervical cancer happens when cells in cervix grow in an uncontrolled way and build up to form a lump (also called a tumor).As the tumor grows, cells can eventually spread to other parts

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Cervical Cancer Symptoms
August 2, 2019

Dr. Deepika Aggarwal, Consultant - Obstetrics & Gynaecology at the CK Birla Hospital for Women highlights some important symptoms of cervical cancer one should keep an eye on. Symptoms of Cervical Cancer include: - • Blood spots or light bleeding between or following periods • Menstrual bleeding that is longer and heavier than usual • Bleeding after intercourse, douching, or a pelvic examination • Increased vaginal discharge • Vaginal discharge of a different colour or

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Menstrual cramps
July 31, 2019

Having menstrual cramps is one of the most common annoying part of your period. These cramps can strike before or during your period. Prevalence rates are as high as 90 percent. Initial presentation of primary dysmenorrhea typically occurs in adolescence. It is a common cause of absenteeism and reduced quality of life in women. The problem is often underdiagnosed and undertreated. Symptoms of Dysmenorrhea Chances are, you know all too well how it feels. You may have: Aching

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Shoulder Pain
July 30, 2019

Often stiffness and shoulder pain is inappropriately given a blanket diagnosis of ‘Frozen Shoulder’. It is not enough to blindly undergo un-targeted physiotherapy without proper diagnosis of the underlying pathology. Rotator cuff pathologies are the most common cause of shoulder pain which could also present with difficulty in moving the arm, particularly above the shoulder level and behind the back. The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles around the shoulder generating a force

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Fussy Eating
July 30, 2019

What’s the most disheartening reaction to the meal you’ve spent ages preparing? Your child not giving even one look to it. And when the meal refusals happen repeatedly, a lot of desperate parents fall into the trap of only serving food they know their child will eat - which is most likely to feature unhealthy kiddie-favourites like pizza, fries, and burgers. However, it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way and there is a vast scope for improvement. While some studies say that if

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Vitamin D Deficiency
July 30, 2019

Vitamin D also known as sunshine vitamin helps in keeping your bones strong. Recent researches suggest that Vitamin D protects you from a lot of health problems. Vitamin D is produced by your body in response to skin being exposed to sunlight. There are a few foods like fish, fish liver oils, egg yolks- fortifies dairy and grain products through which we can intake Vitamin D. Symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency Listed below are a few symptoms that can help you understand that you might have

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