Saturday, December 4, 2021

arthritis

Walk your way to a healthy life

Walking is ‘go-to’ prescription advised by knee and joint surgeons for people who have weak joints

‘Lead active life to keep arthritis in check’

Hyderabad: Contrary to the popular perception that people with arthritis should avoid leading an active life, a senior orthopaedics surgeon on the occasion of...

Granules receives Health Canada nod for arthritis tablets

The drug will be manufactured at the Granules manufacturing facility located at Gagillapur, Hyderabad.

Headache most common health ailment among urban Indians: Survey

The survey monitored 15,133 households in 34 towns across four zones.

‘Antiseptic throat spray, malaria drug may curb Covid spread’

The six-week long study, led by researchers from the National University Hospital (NUH) in Singapore, involved more than 3,000 migrant workers from India, Bangladesh, China and Myanmar living in Tuas South dormitory

Food fortification, a potent way to fight hidden hunger

Fortified rice, wheat flour, and double fortified salt are the key substances that aim to tackle anemia and micro nutrient deficiencies in India because a large population of adolescents and women in reproductive age groups are anaemic.

The risks of a pain in the neck and how to manage it

It is a common occurrence among the working population usually engaged in tech jobs or desk jobs.

Study finds exercising could combat chronic inflammation

The discovery was made possible through the use of lab-grown, engineered human muscle, demonstrating the potential power of the first-of-its-kind platform.

Hyderabad doctors correct deformed spine of patient from Gujarat

Hyderabad: Surgeons from Medicover Hospitals, Madhapur have provided treatment to a patient who was struggling from Ankylosing Spondylitis, a rare arthritis that causes stiffness...

Singer Kerry Katona is scared she has arthritis

"I woke up the other day with the worst pain in my neck - it's something I've suffered with for a long time. I feel like I've got Arthritis!" she said in a column.

People with inflammatory bowel disease die earlier despite increase in life expectancy

The study is published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal)."

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