Shining a Light on Childhood Cancer in India

Childhood cancer is a term used to describe various types of cancer that affect children and adolescents 18 years or younger. These cancers can manifest in different ways, such as leukaemia/ blood cancers, brain tumors, bone cancers, and many more. What makes childhood cancer particularly heartbreaking is that it strikes the most vulnerable members of … Continued

Fungal Disease Awareness Week: 18-22 September 2023

Whoever thought someone could die, from infections that are caused by Fungi! They can infect anywhere from the brain to the skin, Mucor loves diabetics more than their skin. Fungal spores are everywhere, Immunocompromised hosts, Beware! They can cause brain abscess, keratitis and sinusitis to name a few, Their rates of infection increase when you … Continued

Bladder Rehab Clinic

For many people going to the bathroom may not be as simple as it seems. These patients may have lost control over their bladder function resulting in either increased frequency, inability to empty their bladder causing urinary retention or weakness of pelvic floor muscles resulting in urine leakage. Following are some of the cases we … Continued

Celebrating World Physiotherapy Day: The Healing Power of Movement

On September 8th, we celebrate World Physiotherapy Day, honouring physiotherapists’ vital role in improving global well-being through movement and rehabilitation. The Origin: World Physiotherapy Day was established by the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) in 1996. The date, September 8th, was chosen to commemorate the founding of WCPT in 1951. The Role of Physiotherapists: … Continued

Breastfeeding is not a choice, its a responsibility

Breast milk is a unique source of food for babies which contains all necessary nutrients that ensures the infant’s health, growth and development. Milk production in mother is regulated by the hypothalamic-pituitary tract, and its associated hormones Oxytocin and prolactin. The first milk is colostrum and is available after labor, rich in protein, sodium, and … Continued

Upper Endoscopy For A Better Gut

What is an Endoscopy? Endoscopy is a non-surgical procedure that enables visual examination of the digestive tract of the patient. Your doctor can view a magnified video capture of the digestive tract on a display monitor using an endoscope, a flexible tube equipped with a light source and a camera. An endoscope is introduced with … Continued

Dengue fever

Dengue fever is an acute mosquito-borne viral infection. It is more common in tropical and subtropical climates. It is also known as break-bone fever. Types of Dengue & Symptoms Dengue fever can have three spectrums of the disease. Classical dengue fever, Dengue hemorrhagic fever and Dengue shock syndrome. Most people with dengue have mild illness … Continued

Doctor’s Day

National Doctors’ Day is celebrated on 01 July every year in India for the past 32 years (since 1991), honouring the legendary and renowned doctor Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy. Dr B.C. Roy was born on the 1st of July 1882 and died on the 01st of July 1962, a strange coincidence. Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy … Continued