Importance of Breastfeeding for Infants
Breast milk is the natural first food for infants. It is protective and provides all the necessary nutrients and energy that infants need for the first months of life. Breastmilk serves the nutritional needs of a child until the second year of life.
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Both malaria and dengue are mosquito-borne diseases and are a cause of high mortality and morbidity in many countries mainly tropical. Both these conditions have an ability to cause acute febrile illness (an illness related to fever), but still, they are fundamentally different.
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Substance abuse refers to the harmful or hazardous use of illegal substances or abuse of legal substances by consuming over the advised amount this may include alcohol and illicit drugs.
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Herbal Antimicrobial Barrier Dressing effectively kills 99.9999% bacteria present in the wound.
Have you ever encountered a wound which doesn’t heal fast, where it takes weeks to heal? Have you thought it could be due to infection? Infections can halt the wound healing process as they prevent healthy tissue regeneration.
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Cardiovascular diseases are diseases that involve heart or blood vessels, such as heart valve disease, congenital heart disease, abnormal heart rhythm, heart attack, and stroke.
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Overview – WHAT ARE AIRBORNE DISEASES?
Airborne diseases are those, which are caused by microorganisms and spread through the air. These are mostly caused by pathogens like bacteria, fungi or viruses and are expelled into the air due to coughing, sneezing or talking.
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Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders are described by abnormal respiration while sleeping. There are many variations like Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), Central Sleep Apnea, Sleep-Related Hypoventilation, and Sleep-Related Hypoxemia Disorder. The most common variant being the Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
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Blood Donation is the process of voluntarily donating blood to save people who are ill or injured, or who need blood for any other medical need. Blood is screened for easily transmittable diseases like AIDS, Syphilis, and viral hepatitis.
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Do you suffer from blood pressure issues or joint pain? Have you tried 45 minutes daily walk? It might prove to be a proverbial apple for you by providing lots of incredible benefits and keeping the doctor away.
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We may agree that we all need to drink an average of 8 glasses of water per day. But we all may not be aware that it depends upon various factors like our gender, age, activity levels, and external environment.
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