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An “ulcer” is basically an open sore. The origin of the word “peptic” has its root cause in acid. It means that the problems arise due to acid. Duodenal ulcer and gastric ulcer are the two most common types of peptic ulcers. Depending on the locations where these ulcers are found, the ulcers Read more >>
Did you know that your mouth is a window to understanding the condition of your general health? Come March 20th and the world celebrates World Oral Health Day! Studies reveal that oral hygiene is important for both, children and adults alike. You might think brushing twice a day, Read more >>
Dont assume it can't happen to you….
Globally, in every 19 seconds, a woman is diagnosed with this deadly cancer and a woman dies of it in every 60 seconds. In India, it is the most common cancer among women with an age Read more >>
Come March 8th, and the world is abuzz with the celebration of a very ‘Happy International Women’s Day’! It is a special day that we set aside specifically for all the women of the world. It is a time to commemorate their various economic, social, political and cultural achievements. And why not? Read more >>
“Recently, I had a patient who was suffering from cold, headaches and mild cough with sputum for over a week; and these symptoms were not subsiding with the usual medicines. His temperature was 102°F. I immediately asked him to get a chest x ray and a swab test Read more >>
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