Monthly Archives: March 2016

jobs most dangerous to your health  

Read on to find out which jobs have the most potential to damage your health. Max Nisen contributed to an earlier version of this post. . Radiologists Overall unhealthiness score: 52.8 What they do: Examine and diagnose disorders and diseases using X-rays and radioactive materials. Top three health risks: 1. Exposure to radiation: 87 2. […]

virtual life after death.

And they lived virtually ever after Aditi Maithreya |  Imagine getting a what’s up message or a fb greeting after a person in long dead. There’s always some thing unsaid when death comes. But the digital world is slowly changing the perspective of death by piggybacking on the philosophical belief that `one never really dies […]


Postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) accounts for around 28% of maternal deaths in developing countries1—that is, for over 125,000 deaths each year2. There are about 125 million births annually in the developing world3, so the risk of maternal death from PPH is approximately 1 in 1000 deliveries there. Here in Britain the risk of death from obstetric […]

provoked seizure 

Harrison Ford has played a hero in the movies, but in real life, he gives that distinction to his 26-year-old daughter, Georgia. Earlier this month, the actor revealed that Georgia has epilepsy, and that it took years for her to get the proper treatment. “I admire her perseverance, her talent, her strength,” he told the […]

पागलपन क्या है

पागलपन क्या है? एक प्रकार का पागलपन एक गंभीर मानसिक बीमारी है. इस बीमारी से लोग परेशान है और बेतरतीब सोच, भाषा, और व्यवहार. वे देखते हैं, सुनने के लिए, हो सकता है, या चीजें हैं जो वास्तव में वहाँ नहीं कर रहे हैं लग रहा है. कभी कभी एक प्रकार का पागलपन के साथ […]

multiple drug combination ban

Delhi high court has already given a stay order on the ban of fixed dose combination drug when at least 14 pharma giants filed a petition against the notification. Many questions were raised from pharma side as well from different other section of healthcare industry –What is the rationale for banning the drugs that are […]


Laboratory assessment of the patient with suspected or clinically obvious liver disease is context dependent. For example, the acutely ill jaundiced patient with a history of prolonged alcohol ingestion requires a different laboratory assessment than the well patient in whom one or more standard liver test results are discovered to be abnormal during routine testing. […]

D|D of tremors 

Tremor, an involuntary, rhythmic, oscillatory movement of a body part, is the most common movement disorder encountered in clinical practice. Rest tremors occur in a body part that is relaxed and completely supported against gravity. Action tremors occur with voluntary contraction of a muscle and can be further subdivided into postural, isometric, and kinetic tremors. […]

when you eat

Mitochondria – the tiny power centers inside cells that burn nutrients like sugar to make energy – are tightly controlled by the body’s biological or circadian clock. Consequently, there is an optimum time when sugar-burning is most efficient.A man eating breakfast In tests on mice, the researchers found the body clock controls the optimum times […]

ageing  __how to stop it

Wrinkles, gray hair, poorer physical and cognitive health: these are some of the common manifestations of aging. But could it be possible to reverse the aging process in the future? Studies are increasingly suggesting so.[An aging woman] Aging is inevitable, but some studies suggest the effects of aging can be reversed. In simple terms, aging […]

Doctor can take leave anytime if necessary

Doctor can take leave anytime if necessary “A Doctor, like any other professional can take leave if felt necessary by him on account of his personal reasons or otherwise and it is the DUTY of the HOSPITAL to take alternate arrangements.” – ” Like other normal human being he (DOCTOR) also needs to take rest […]