The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a very contagious coronavirus with high fatality rates. People with suppressed immunity and other comorbid conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, lung disease, cancer, renal disease, etc., are particular... Read More
There is so much conflicting information about the COVID-19 pandemic swirling around on the internet that it makes almost everyone feel overwhelmed at times. With new information coming out every day and while experts are still learning about the coronavirus (COVID-19),... Read More
Absolutely! Daily habits of hygiene and cleanliness go a long way in protecting yourself and the people around you from COVID-19! Below are some useful preventive measures, which will help secure the safety of your loved ones, your neighborhood, and yourself.Preventive ... Read More
Quarantine is a state or time or place of isolation in which people or animals that have arrived from elsewhere or been exposed to infectious or contagious disease are placed. Right now most countries have quarantined their citizens returning from high-risk countries, f... Read More
In order to fight against COVID-19 it is extremely important to stay aware and take proper precautions. Find below some of the hand-picked dos and don'ts advice from specialists all across the globe, to keep your home and neighborhood safe during this pandemic alert.10 ... Read More
If you are a parent and your little munchkin loves biting into a pizza slice oozing with cheese or her favorite snack is anything that has cheese in it, then this is a must read for you. With a lip-smacking flavor and huge variety, cheese is commonly touted as kids’ f... Read More
The human coronaviruses, also called nCoV, are common infection-causing viruses. They're a large family of viruses with some causing less severe diseases such as cold, while others cause more severe conditions like severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). The new... Read More
Are your hands and feet perpetually chilly most of the time? Do you often feel colder than other people you live or work with? Well, everyone has slightly different adaptation to cold weather. Some people naturally tend to have cold hands and feet and feel uncomfortable... Read More
After your baby is born, two important factors need utmost priority to ensure that your baby has a healthy life. Firstly, breastfeeding, which offers tremendous amounts of nutrients which inadvertently builds the immune power in your baby to fight against harmful diseas... Read More
Feeling frustrated at not being able to shed those extra pounds despite regular physical activities? Well, the reason could be as simple as your lack of sleep! Various studies have shown that people are more likely to get obese if they don’t get 6 to 7 hours of qualit... Read More
Sodium chloride or what we call ‘table salt’ makes up 0.4 percent of the human body-weight. While most of medical science has focused on sodium being one of the leading causes of high blood pressure and heart issues, low sodium levels or hyponatremia can also lead t... Read More
Do you often find yourself worrying about whether the main door was locked before you left? Do you feel the need to double-check it? Worrying about something that you feel you've forgotten to do is common. While this means you’re a completely rational person – possi... Read More
A - Hi, I would like to know 1. If the cough is persistent or intermittent? 2. Do you have chest pain or breathing difficulty along with cough? 3. Did you have fever or other symptoms when cough began...
A - Hello, some of your symptoms may indeed be related to propranolol although I don't believe this is the case because of the frequency of these side effects. The main side effects of propranolol are h...
A - Hello dear. So patients on long-term methotrexate can develop pancytopenia including low total. Leucocyte counts which are likely due to methotrexate. Other causes in your age can be vitamin b12 and ...