Risk factors & Symptoms of Diabetes

Diabetes – The bitter-sweet truth

What is diabetes? The disease has been called the “silent killer”. It refers to a disorder where the body does not have the capacity to absorb blood glucose resulting in increased blood sugar levels. Left untreated, diabetes can affect internal organs and can even be life-threatening. The World Health Organization has predicted Diabetes to be

Cancer: A Growing Menace For India

On February 4th, World Cancer Day, the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) provided voice and thanks to the nurses, physicians, researchers, volunteers, campaigners, and other oncology caregivers from around the world, as well as government departments, who have served through the COVID-19 pandemic over the past year. In the face of the pandemic, the

Cardiovascular Diseases: Types, Risk facts, Prevention & More

India is a nation with a very young population. So, it is of utmost importance that our country’s youth, especially those between 25 to 55, focus on cardiovascular health. The diseases involving the heart and its blood vessels are called cardiovascular diseases. Types of Cardiovascular diseases: The form or function of the heart is affected

Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging: A Game Changer

The very mention of AI or Artificial Intelligence in healthcare makes most of us picture a humanoid doctor treating us. So, how close are we to this scenario? Well, it seems we are almost there.  Journey of AI in Medical Roadways: So far, So good! Since starting from the very first AI project, the Dendral

Stress: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

What Is Stress? All of us, at some point or the other, have experience stress. When an emotional or physical tension is formed due to a perceived challenge, demand, or threat, it is called stress. It can be triggered by a variety of circumstances.  When you feel vulnerable, your body automatically prepares itself for the

Catch the Big C Early! Benefits of Early Screening in Cancer Detection

Cancer is a cluster of diseases characterized by an uncontrollable growth of abnormal cells that can affect almost any tissue or body organ. Globally, cancer is the second leading cause of mortality. As per a WHO report, breast, cervical, lung, colorectal, and thyroid cancer occur commonly in women, while prostate, colorectal, lung, liver, and stomach