Yoga works at the level of wave particle duality of the body. By shifting from sympathetic to parasympathetic mode it can heal and help various conditions as below.
• Yoga can relieve chronic stress: A small study done at the University of Utah conducted in experienced yoga practitioners, people with fibromyalgia and healthy volunteers showed that yoga increased tolerance to stress. People who had a poorly regulated response to stress were also more sensitive to pain, while the yoga practitioners had the highest pain tolerance (Harvard Health).
• Yoga can reduce anxiety: Twelve sessions of regular hatha yoga exercise significantly reduced stress, anxiety and depression in women suggesting its role as complementary medicine, which also reduces treatment cost by reducing the use of drugs (Masoumeh Shohani, et al. The effect of yoga on stress, anxiety, and depression in women. Int J Prev Med. 2018;9:21)....read more
The HIV AIDS (Prevention and Control) Act 2017, which had been passed by the Parliament has been now implemented. The Act provides for the prevention and control of the spread of HIV-AIDS and for the protection of human rights of the affected persons including the rights of healthcare providers. In a notification issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, dated .. read more
TEDx Video: Doctor-patient relationship:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9ml1vKK2DQ
Competition concerns in the healthcare sector (Advocate Anupam Sanghi and Dr KK Aggarwal): The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has formed a prima facie view that Max Super Speciality Hospital is dominant in the market of “provision of healthcare services by super speciality hospitals in Delhi” and is abusing its dominant position by charging a higher price of ... read more
Weight loss was significantly less 1 to 7 years after sleeve gastrectomy versus matched Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery; 24% vs 30%, respectively in people with severe obesity. These findings from a study which compared obese patients who had sleeve gastrectomy with a similar group of... read more
Women with history of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are not only at higher risk of cardiometabolic disease during their reproductive years, but hypertensive disorders of pregnancy is also associated with increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes between age 50 and 60 years and beyond established risk factors, suggests a study published online September 10, 2018 in ... read more
Saline infusion sonohysterography is an acceptable imaging modality for assessment of tubal patency in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). No significant difference was observed in clinical pregnancy rate between women who had tubal patency confirmed by .. read more
New findings published in the journal Menopause show that about two-thirds of postmenopausal women with type 2 diabetes mellitus have low bone mass and deteriorated trabecular bone score, which were also associated with vertebral fracture. Poor glycemic control may also be associated ... read more
Results from the extension phase of the FUTURE 1 study show that subcutaneous secukinumab provided sustained improvements in the signs and symptoms, quality of life and physical function of patients with active psoriatic arthritis (PsA) with low rate of radiographic disease progression .. read more
Non-communicable diseases are a reality in India’s tribal pockets too Access to affordable and quality healthcare is the need of the hour
New Delhi, 11 September 2018: Often dubbed as lifestyle diseases, the noncommunicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and cancers are mainly attributed to those living in the urban areas. However, according to recent estimates, these diseases now constitute a major health burden across tribal communities as well. What makes the situation worse is that these tribal communities are now also reporting mental illness cases.
Though tribal communities are just 8% of the Indian population, they account for about 30% percent of all malaria cases. The goal of malaria elimination by 2030 cannot be met unless tribal health is prioritized as majority of malaria cases and fatalities are from these areas. Although other indicators including maternal and child health, malnutrition, and stunting have improved, they are still a cause of concern.