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Hair Transplant – What Is It And How Do They Work?

By Dr Prashantha Kesari , Cosmetic/Plastic Surgery Hair transplant is possibly the best solution to balding or hair thinning and has given many men and women their confidence back. Let’s take a look at some aspects of this procedure: What is a Hair Transplant? A hair transplant is a procedure where hair follicles…

Homeopathy For PILES or Haemorrhoids!!

By Dr. Rushali Angchekar , Homeopathy Piles can be referred to as a condition which might result in bleeding in the anal region when there is an abnormal enlargement of the rectal veins. The bleeding occurs when there is a swelling of the rectal veins due to a sudden increase of pressure…

Know About Anti-aging Dermatology Treatments!

By Dr Sharat Gupta , Dermatology Anti-aging Skin care is one of the largest sectors within the medical realm. The desire to look younger and better has increased manifold as anti-aging cosmetic care is now affordable and within the reach of ordinary people. Some of the procedures that are being used effectively…

Tummy Tuck Surgery – What To Expect?

By Dr. Lalit Choudhary , Cosmetic/Plastic Surgery Tummy tuck surgery, scientifically known as abdominoplasty, aims at removing excess fat or skin from around the abdomen, thereby flattening it, and improves the abdominal profile by tightening the weakened muscle around it. Though abdominoplasty is dissimilar to liposuction, you can still opt for a…

Prevention and Treatment of High Cholesterol (Hyperlipidemia)

By Dr. Siddhant Jain , Cardiology Cholesterol is a waxy substance that is naturally produced by the liver and is usually contained in the fats of the blood. Although cholesterol is essential for the synthesis of vitamin D, cell membranes and certain hormones, yet increased cholesterol count can heighten chances of heart…

High Cholesterol – Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

By Maxcure Hospitals , Cardiology Cholesterol is a waxy substance that is naturally produced by the liver and is usually contained in the fats of the blood. Although cholesterol is essential for the synthesis of vitamin D, cell membranes and certain hormones, yet increased cholesterol count can heighten chances of heart diseases.…

Waterborne Diseases – Ways To Prevent!

By Dr Pravin Patel Vijay Patel , General Physician Waterborne diseases tend to be very common during monsoons or during periods of natural calamities such as during a flood or cyclone. All waterborne diseases are caused by the presence of microorganisms in the drinking water. Water from flooded areas tend…

Hematuria – Know Its Causes and Treatment!

By Dr. Shilpi Tiwari , Urology Hematuria is a condition which is characterized by the presence of blood in your urine. Blood in your urine is most often benign, however sometimes the condition can be more serious. When you can see the blood in your urine with the naked eye, it is…

Health and Pregnancy – How To Keep Yourself Healthy?

By Dr. Archna Gupta , Dietitian/Nutritionist Nutrition and fitness during pregnancy are emphasized upon because they affect the health of both the mother and the child. Many women stop exercising during pregnancy; however, doctors advice eating whole foods and doing light exercises as they will keep you fit during your pregnancy phase. Here…

Hyperpigmentation – Know Its Causes and Treatments!

By Dr. Lipy Gupta , Dermatology Hyperpigmentation is the increase in melanin which causes the skin and nail to darken in color. It occurs when excess melanin is deposited within the tissues. It is a very common and harmless skin disorder which leads to skin patches becoming darker than the normal surrounding…