Exercise in big parks can reduce depression

People who used large-sized neighbourhood parks walked or exercise for more than 150 minutes per week are less prone to major depression.

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Stressful events can increase women’s obesity

Women who experienced one or more traumatic lifetime events or several negative events in recent years had higher odds of being obese than women who didn’t report such stress.

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Sudden cardiac arrest is more dangerous than heart attack

In India, however, there is limited awareness both among people and healthcare providers about mechanisms needed to be adopted to reduce risk of sudden cardiac death and save lives.

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Health should start with public

Initiating the discussion on the subject of Public Health and Biotechnology, Dr. D. Prabhakaran emphasized the need to start with working with collated data, for the purpose, from the location and find solutions that are unique to that area.

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Carb reality: The truth about carbs – Are they evil or essential?

How important are carbs? | Does cutting carbs lead to weight loss? | Which foods qualify as “low-carb”? | Does carb quality count? | What happens if you eat too many carbs?

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FETAL MEDICINE TREATMENT

In India where Fetal medicine is still an upcoming discipline, the pregnant women aren’t much aware about its scope from diagnosis to therapy.

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AYURVEDA: MOTHER OF ALL HEALINGS

The fundamentals on which the Ayurvedic system is based are essentially true for all ages and so can be easily adopted time after time, century after century. By Indu S Arya

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EXPANSION AND INNOVATION IN HEALTHCARE

By Dr. Avantika Batish

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SMART MIRROR AND KIONATIK

By Avantika Batish

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HEALTHCARE INNOVATIONS IN INDIA

Hearing loss is the second largest disability in the country that affects more than

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