Coronavirus: An Endemic Does The Future Hold Newer Ways To Deal With It?

Coronavirus an endemic

With a few isolated outbreaks and a rising positivity rate recorded in some states, the daily average of Covid-19 cases in India is spiraling down. This upward movement has been largely supported by the growing pace of vaccination in the country.

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How to Increase Bone Density In Aging Women?

How to increase bone density

When you break a bone as a kid, it’s not a big deal, as in a few weeks you are all healed up. But as you grow older, your bones weaken, and your body doesn’t bounce back from the injuries the way it used to. A small fall that once used to result in a scraped knee can now lead to a broken arm or hip. And, this weakening of bones as one age is a condition known as Osteoporosis.

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Is Hypoglycemia Causing You Trouble?

Is Hypoglycemia Causing You Trouble

Our blood contains many elements that function along with our organs and other body parts to keep us well and healthy. Red blood cells, plasma, white blood cells, and many more alike contribute to sufficing our body’s requirements. One such part is glucose, also known as sugar.

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Dr. Arti Nigam

DR ARTI NIGAM

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Dr. Mohit Jindal

DR MOHIT JINDAL

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Dr. Amit Goel

DR AMIT GOEL

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Dr. Shilakha Chaman

DR SHILAKHA CHAMAN

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Dr (Col) Manoj Kumar Dutta

DR MANOJ KUMAR DUTTA

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Long Covid: All The Essentials About It!

Long Covid Effects and Details

Coronavirus is a deadly disease that has enveloped a large number of people around the globe. While its symptoms may pass quickly for most of the people, some are complaining of long-term effects which have to lead to the formation of the term ‘long Covid’. Let’s know more about it!

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COVID-19 AND DIABETES MELLITUS

Covid-19 and Diabetes Mellitus

An Institutional Experience: Park Hospital, Gurugram

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the course of the world and exposed it, particularly the health care structure to such sheer and frustration.

It is not surprising to see a large number of diabetics, both type 1 and type 2, suffering from the disease and having much-increased morbidity and mortality. Increased ICU admission by double, increased mortality in diabetes patients by 3 times and severe disease rates twice of normal population has been seen in the recent epidemic in China. Reports of ACE receptor up-gradation requiring anti-hypertensive medication modification are being published. Having been at the forefront in the management of these cases, one finds certain factors aggravating this phenomenon.

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