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By Dr Mehak Arora , Psychology Single parenting especially single mother upbringing, is a stressful period of the mother’s life.This can cause serious psychological and physical effects on mother’s health. Some stresses are mentioned below: Handling Finances: Financial crises is a standing situation with most of the single parent families. It becomes difficult in meeting the basic needs of children such Read more…


By Dr Umesh Alegaonkar , General Physician Chicken pox is a highly contagious viral infection characterised by painful and itchy red sores all over the body. Causes- Chicken pox is caused by the virus ‘Varicella- zoster’ the virus spreads if you come in close proximity with an infected person. It spreads mainly through cough, saliva or through contact with Read more…


By  Dr. Major Rajesh Kumar Bhardwaj Nosebleeds are a much more benign condition than they seem. Most anterior nosebleeds tend to have simple remedies which can be done by a family doctor or even at home. Anterior nosebleeds occur from the blood vessels in the front of the nose. Posterior nosebleeds are the other type of nosebleed which Read more…


By Dr Asha Khatri , Gynaecology Sudden infant death syndrome, also seldom referred to as ‘cot death’, is an unexpected, sudden and unexplained death of a seemingly healthy infant. Under this condition, most of the deaths occur during the initial six months of the baby’s birth. Babies born underweight or prematurely are at a greater risk of such. Besides, Read more…


By Dr Chhavi Bansal , Homeopathy The medical term for bedwetting is enuresis. It refers to the unknowing passage of urine at night. This is a condition which occurs almost only in children and it may sometimes indicate that you do not have control of your excretion. Bedwetting does however stop in boys by the age of seven years Read more…


By  Dr. Rajiv Singh , Pediatrics Helping the Muscles and Joints relieved by rubbing of the body with the hands. The Massage helps in relieving any kind of body pain and let the body relax. Massage can be applied with the hands, fingers, elbows etc. Massage is useful for everyone be it adult or the child. Massage helps in Read more…


By Dr. Rajesh Kumar Verma , Orthopaedics Strong bones and healthy nutrition is all what a child need. Strong bones are crucial to health and healthy nutrition is crucial to strong bones. Especially in child’s age the bones are rather more delicate and are in a growing phase. A healthy set of bones anchor the muscles and provide structures Read more…


By Dr. J Rajesh , Cosmetic/Plastic Surgery Mommy makeover is the combination of several surgical procedures involving cosmetic surgery and liposuction among other techniques aimed at providing a solution to the adverse effects of pregnancy on the body shape. It is also known as post-pregnancy surgery. Mommy makeover changes the shape and size of the body for most women Read more…


By Dr Kalpesh Patil, Pediatrics Gluten is a general name of the mixture of proteins found in wheat and related grains, including barley, rye, oat, and all their species and hybrids such as durum, emmer, semolina, spelt, farina and einkorn etc. Gluten is said to help foods maintain body shape and acts as glue that holds food together. Is Read more…


By Dr. Chhavi Bansal Diabetes is a disorder that is characterized by high blood sugar levels in the body. It is a metabolic disorder that leads to various symptoms such as frequent urination, thirst and increased hunger. It is either caused by reduced sensitivity of the body to insulin or reduced production of insulin by the pancreas. Homeopathic Read more…