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90-70-90 Target Eliminating Cervical Cancer Initiative

Cancer is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Global Cancer Statistic (GLOBOCAN) 2020 reports 19.3 million new cases of cancer and around 10 million cancer deaths across the globe. One-half of these cancer incidences and mortality is reported to happen in Asia alone. Female breast cancer is now …

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Childhood Squint (Strabismus)

Squint is an eye condition where the eyes do not look in the same direction. This means that one eye may not focus on an object someone is looking at. While one eye looks forwards to focus on an object, the other eye turns either inwards, outwards, upwards, or downwards. …

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Health Home Care at your Doorstep

During the pandemic, the hospitals were seen overwhelmed with the constant flow of patients, increasing risk for the transfer of the disease. But, there are people with underlying health issues, who need health care on the regular basis. Lifeline Health Home Care can help in such situations. They are home …

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Winter Blues Inflammation

Inflammation refers to our immune system’s response to any kind of irritant or foreign body, including infections, injuries, and toxins. It is basically our body’s attempt to heal itself by fighting against foreign bodies. Various white blood cells of our body react when the body is invaded by bacteria, viruses, …

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Water Assisted Liposuction: Body-Jet

Beauty is appreciated by everyone, and it is good to feel beautiful and to look beautiful. But it is also true that, with age, aging and its signs are visible, and one cannot rewind the clock. With time, we grace the aging and its signs, and we expect to do …

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Tread with Care: The Diabetic Foot

What is diabetic foot? When a diabetic person develops an ulceration in his or her foot as a significant and devastating complication of the disease, it is known as a diabetic foot. Nearly 12 – 15% of the population with diabetes develop the foot ulcer in his/her lifetime, and is …

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It’s your Health, Get Involved

The way we manage our health is more crucial than ever before. While it’s critical to see a doctor when we’re sick, it’s equally important to see a doctor on a regular basis. Regular health examinations can detect issues before they arise. Your health is an ongoing project that requires …

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Halitosis Impact of Bad Breath

The term halitosis, also known as bad breath, or oral malodor, is used to describe unpleasant odor originating from the mouth. It creates social and psychological disadvantages in a person’s life, which could lead to social embarrassment and leave the individual reclusive, or occasionally, even stigmatized in society. Halitosis is …

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Osteoporosis Cause and Prevention

Osteoporosis is chronic metabolic bone disease which develops when bone mineral density and bone mass decrease. As a result, the bones become weak, brittle, and porous, compromising bone strength and increasing the risk of fractures. Since this condition is characterized by increased bone fragility, the resulting fractures are termed as …

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Climate Change and the Rise of Communicable Disease

2020 will always be remembered as the year that COVID-19 pandemic spread across the world. The SARS-CoV-2 virus was transmitted from bats to humans and started a pandemic that is still ongoing almost two years later, and is sure to be remembered in the history books. Transmissible diseases have long …

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