PostPartum depression

Post partum depression

After delivering their child, many pregnant women suffer from the emotional battles of postpartum depression that deserve understanding and empathy. The need to care for the newborn, lost sleep due to night time awakenings, constant thought if the baby needs to be fed or change the diapers and so on. …

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What foods to avoid in psoriasis ?

foods to avoid psoriasis

Those itchy skin and scaly patches can make your skin damage even more serious, hinting towards psoriasis. However, the food you consume also increases the effects of psoriasis. So, there are some foods to avoid in psoriasis and discover the keys to skin soothing. Psoriasis, a chronic skin condition affecting …

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Aging Gracefully: Exploring the Essential Role of Geriatric ENT Care

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(Words by Dr. Neeta Shakya Malla) Ageing is an inherent and inevitable phenomenon affecting all living beings. In Nepal, where the elderly population comprises a significant proportion of the total populace, it is crucial to recognize the unique challenges and healthcare needs that accompany this demographic shift. This article sheds …

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Active Vitamin B12 Test: What Does the Test Mean?

Vitamin B12 tests are commonly requested tests received by laboratories. Vitamin B12 remains the first line test and only reflects the status of vitamin B12 in the body. Testing vitamin B12 does not, however, discriminate the underlying causes of vitamin B12 deficiency. Although Total Vitamin B12 test is predominantly done …

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Glucometer: Choosing Diabetes Technology Well

There was an era when a physician named Thomas Willis in 1675 ascribed urine of diabetic patients as sweet—“as if imbued with a honey or sugar”. Apparently, back then, by tasting urine, one of the distinctive features of diabetes was substantiated. Later, Mathew Dobson (1735-1784) identified that the sweet substance …

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Utility of Various Biomarkers in Management of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked off mounting crisis in every sphere of our lives, and we are realizing that this unceasing outbreak is yet to beget profound consequences. WHO announced COVID-19 as a pandemic on March 11, 2020.1 The early strategy to mitigate this pandemic has been largely limited to …

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Cystatin C: A Better Surrogate for Creatinine

Kidney is the major retroperitoneal organ in the body. The function of kidney involves mainly filtration and excretion to get rid of metabolic waste, reabsorption or secretion of substances, and acid-base, electrolyte, and fluid balance. In addition, kidney also regulates endocrine functions, such as synthesis of vitamin D and erythropoietin, …

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Analyzing the Sperm

Understanding of human sperm and biology of human fertilization has improved over the years, after WHO started standardizing semen analysis and new research results became available. Objective data and information about important measures like mechanism of sperm capacitation, hyper activation of sperm, the ability of sperm to bind zona pellucid, …

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The Sensible Use of Tumor Markers in Clinical Practice

Like any other disease, cancer has become more common than we really realize. The National Institute of Cancer estimates 600,920 cancer deaths in 2017 in the US alone. The only prevention of these ever-escalating deaths due to cancer is to have an effective screening program every nation should put in …

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Tumor Markers in Ovarian Cancer

Tumor markers are used for monitoring the effectiveness of treatment. They are used to see if there are recurrent causes of cancer. That is the true use of serum tumor markers, but serum tumor markers have found utility in other segments, as well. For example, there are tumor markers for …

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