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Pregnancy Care & Infertility Issues Faced by Indian Women

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2020-03-29

India is a developing Asian country and also the second most populous place in the globe with more than 1.2 billion people living in it. According to a report penned by an online library in September 2019, the Indian government has taken some positive steps and initiative to support maternal healthcare and newborn care programs. This is made possible by strategic funding via rural health development and primary social health activist groups. Despite these efforts, the maternal and newborn mortality rate continues to be high, especially in rural areas. 


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Breast Cancer – Losing Is No More An Option!

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-11-12

The mere mention of the word 'cancer' can strike fear in the minds of people. However, medical science has advanced considerably and nowadays, due to the early detection of cancer, it can be successfully controlled and treated. Among women, breast cancer is the most active form of cancer worldwide. 


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Gynecologists: When to visit? Symptoms, Tests and Related Services

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-10-22

A woman's life through the eyes of a doctor is divided into four life cycles; ages 13 to 18, 19 to 39, 40 to 64, and from 65 years and onwards. For maintaining optimum health, women of all ages must visit a gynecologist or a healthcare specialist doctor. A gynecologist focuses on women's health and addresses various problems relating to the female reproductive system that include menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, sexually transmitted infections or STIs, fertility problems, hormonal disorders, urinary tract infections, and sexual related issues. 


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5 Myths About Depression Debunked – Dubai Psychologist Dr. Harry Horgan feat. In Goodness Magazine

Posted on Healthcare By Dr. Harry Horgan
Published on 2019-10-16

It’s all in your head.” , “You’re just sad.”, “Cheer up!”, “You have so much to be grateful for.” People suffering from depression hear such comments regularly. Whether from well-intentioned family and friends or from acquaintances, the general consensus is that depression will disappear if the person in question just tries a little harder to appreciate their life, be more optimistic, and perhaps spend more time doing the things they love. […]

But they’re wrong. Below are a few myths about depression that we’ve debunked, with the help of professionals. […]


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Not All Chest Pains Prove to be Fatal!

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-09-23

It's a cold winter night and you are having mild chest pain. And like everyone else, if you think that it is a red alert sign of a heart attack, you may be off track and very wrong! Not all chest pain can lead to a heart attack or heart failure. Pain in the chest can also be linked to other body organs like the lungs, diaphragm or liver. 

 


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Do You Know Why Women Forget To Show Appreciation To Themselves ?

Posted on Healthcare By Ms. Jyotika Aggarwal
Published on 2019-09-18

Today, everything we do, we expect it to be par excellence. Anything less just doesn’t cut it for us; be it office work, the multiple roles we play, our looks, our weight, the party that we want to host. It all has to be perfect! We run behind perfection in order to feel “good enough”, capable, worthy. Unfortunately , the concept of “perfectionism”, is like a mirage, a distant shiny image of something, we believe we need in order to survive. The more you run towards it, the further it moves away, you are always chasing it.


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