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  • Homeopathy treatment regimens can help arrest Acute & Chronic Liver Diseases even when Conventional Medicine fails

    DELHI :  Specific treatment regimens developed at the Dr. Kalyan Banerjee’s Clinic for patients suffering from self-limiting liver conditions like Hepatitis A as well as for those suffering from more complicated conditions like cirrhosis of the liver and hepato-cellular carcinoma are providing immense benefit and relief to patients. The clinic was set up 42 years ago […]

    Timely intervention can prevent Hepatitis from becoming an epidemic in India

    New Delhi: World Hepatitis Day is witnessed every year on 28th July to provide an opportunity to step up national and international efforts to spread awareness about Hepatitis. This year World Hepatitis day is urging all countries and partners to promote the theme ‘Invest in eliminating hepatitis “and policymakers to increase political and financial commitments for the same. […]

    Viral Hepatitis illness illustrated by Dr. Amit Gupte, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Wockhardt Hospitals

    By Sachin Murdeshwar   Mumbai: Viral Hepatitis is an illness caused to the liver by various viruses. There are mainly two types of viral hepatitis- infective (spread by contaminated food and water- Hepatitis A and E ) and blood borne ( spread by contact with contaminated blood and body fluids- Hepatitis B and C). Hepatitis […]

    TAVR Success – When Disease & Surgery both became deadly for heart patient

    Gurugram :3 months ago, when 68-year-old patient was told by the doctors that he needed a valve replacement, the only question was how can it be done. The case was presented in a press conference on New technology use in treatment of Valvular Heart Disease. Present in the conference were Dr Arvind Das – Senior […]

    Hepatitis B and Pregnancy

    Contributed by Dr. Vidyasagar Ramappa, Consultant –Gastroenterology, Columbia Asia Referral Hospital Yeshwanthpur Hepatitis B is an infection caused by a virus that has the potential to cause severe damage to the liver. Babies born to a mother with hepatitis B have a greater than 90% chance of developing chronic hepatitis B if they are not […]

    A 22-year-old boy treated for fatty liver and donated part of his liver to his father

    by Sachin Murdeshwar Mumbai:   Fatty liver is a condition caused by the accumulation of excess fat within the liver cells. It affects the 1/3rd of our population and is the leading cause of serious liver disease. It can be completely reversed with diet and exercise if detected on time but a focused effort is needed […]

    5 Ways To Avoid Rejection Of Your Health Insurance Claim

    Your health should be held at the highest regard and must be considered as a top-most priority. Keeping your health concerns in mind, every individual must invest in health insurance for the goodness and well-being of their family and themselves. However, there are times when your plea for filing a health insurance claim is turned […]

    HOPCo Partners with Southeast Orthopedic Specialists of Jacksonville, Florida, to Create HOPCo Southeast Specialty Care Network, LLC

    Jacksonville, Florida:  Healthcare Outcomes Performance Company (HOPCo), the national leader in the delivery of musculoskeletal practice management and value-based care solutions, today announced that it has partnered with Southeast Orthopedic Specialists (SOS) of Jacksonville, Florida, to form HOPCo Southeast Specialty Care Network, LLC, a musculoskeletal-focused management services organization established to partner with other orthopedic practices, health […]

    Case Study:A timely removal of the clot from 58-year-old resident saved the leg

    By Sachin Murdeshwar Mumbai: A 58-year-old resident of Mumbai named Mr. Nitin Singh (name changed), who was having heaviness and numbness of left leg for 6 months and in the last one week developed severe pain and weakness that he could not walk. He came to Wockhardt Hospital, Mumbai Central, timely and proper intervention by […]

    Connection to country impacts mental health – Otago study shows

    New Delhi: Whether you feel a strong attachment to New Zealand’s Māori culture, majestic landscapes, or the All Blacks, an Otago study has found a sense of belonging to the country is positively related to mental health. The authors believe the work, published in Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, highlights the need to […]