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53-year-old brain-dead man’s liver, kidney save two lives

22/09

By The Indian Express

53-year-old brain-dead man’s liver, kidney save two lives

A 53-year-old man, who was declared brain dead on September 18, was able to save two lives after his family members consented to donate his organs.

Explained: What is the rare, brain-damaging virus that is spreading in Kerala?

20/09

By Mid day

Explained: What is the rare, brain-damaging virus that is spreading in Kerala?

Kerala, the southernmost Indian state, has become the epicentre of an alarming development. A rare virus with the ability to cause brain damage has been identified in the blood samples of the affected patients. With high fatality rates ranging from 40 to 75 percent, the outbreak is raising concerns among experts who view it as a potential epidemic risk.

The link between PCOS and cardiovascular health is a multifaceted and intriguing puzzle that warrants attention

18/09

By IANS

The link between PCOS and cardiovascular health is a multifaceted and intriguing puzzle that warrants attention

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), a common endocrine disorder among women, has garnered increasing attention in recent years due to its intriguing connection to cardiovascular health. While mortality rates from circulatory diseases in PCOS patients remain comparable to those of women with regular menstrual cycles, mounting evidence suggests a heightened risk of coronary artery disease and myocardial infarction in PCOS-afflicted women.

Ruby Hall Clinic leads the way in sustainable healthcare

18/09

By Pune Mirror

Ruby Hall Clinic leads the way in sustainable healthcare

Ruby Hall Clinic is celebrating its remarkable stride toward sustainability as it continues its journey to create a greener, healthier, and more eco-conscious future

Indresh Kumar visits Ruby Hall Clinic' Cyber Knife centre

17/09

By Wartahar Online

Indresh Kumar visits Ruby Hall Clinic' Cyber Knife centre

Indresh Kumar, Central committee Member of RSS ,visited Ruby Hall Clinic' Cyber Knife centre,in Pune

The Dangers of a Sedentary Lifestyle and Its Impact on Cardiovascular Health

17/09

By News18

The Dangers of a Sedentary Lifestyle and Its Impact on Cardiovascular Health

In today’s modern world, where convenience and technology have made our lives easier, the sedentary lifestyle has become increasingly prevalent. A sedentary lifestyle, characterized by prolonged periods of sitting or inactivity, has become the norm for many individuals. The ubiquity of desk jobs, long commutes, and screen-based entertainment has led to a significant decrease in physical activity levels. This shift in behavior poses a grave threat to our cardiovascular health.

Sepsis in India: A Healthcare Burden Due to Antibiotic Inefficiency

16/09

By News18

Sepsis in India: A Healthcare Burden Due to Antibiotic Inefficiency

Sepsis is a serious condition that happens when the body’s immune system has an extreme response to an infection causing damage to its own tissues and organs.

Delhi govt imposes ban on firecrackers; know how it can help

14/09

By The Indian Express

Delhi govt imposes ban on firecrackers; know how it can help

Dr Murarji Ghadge, consultant, ENT Surgeon and Sleep Disorder Specialist, has shared his insights on the same

Study finds depression may directly cause Type 2 Diabetes; expert says stress intensifies insulin resistance

11/09

By News9

Study finds depression may directly cause Type 2 Diabetes; expert says stress intensifies insulin resistance

Following the study, recommendations have been made to include depression on the list of risk factors for type 2 diabetes, along with other factors including obesity, inactivity, and a family history of the condition.

विद्यार्थी शाळेत होता; अचानक हृदयविकाराचा झटका आला, प्रकृती खालावली, मात्र चमत्कार घडला अन्...

11/09

By Maharashtra Times

विद्यार्थी शाळेत होता; अचानक हृदयविकाराचा झटका आला, प्रकृती खालावली, मात्र चमत्कार घडला अन्...

शाळेत असताना विद्यार्थ्याला अचानक हृदयविकाराचा झटका आला. त्यानंतर त्याची प्रकृती खालावली होती. मात्र डॉक्टरांच्या अथक प्रयत्नांनंतर त्याचा जीव वाचवण्यात यश आले आहे.

PCOS and weight loss: Why affected women need to exercise more for heart health

08/09

By Indian Express

PCOS and weight loss: Why affected women need to exercise more for heart health

Dr Aabha Bhalerao, Consultant Gynaecologist, Ruby Hall Clinic, has shared insights on the same.

These are the top 5 health triggers impacting young people’s health

07/09

By Indian Express

These are the top 5 health triggers impacting young people’s health

Dr Pankaj B Borade, consultant psychiatrist, at Ruby Hall Clinic, has shared his insights on the same.

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07/09

By Ruby Hall Clinic

Ambulance On Wheels

Experience healthcare in motion with Ruby Hall Clinic's Ambulance on Wheels. Dr Sujay Patil gives us some insight into this beautiful initiative.

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07/09

By Ruby Hall Clinic

Ambulance First: Dr Sujay Patil

Dr Sujay Patil emphasizes the critical role of ambulances in providing timely medical care in collaboration with Radio One.

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07/09

By Ruby Hall Clinic

Ambulance First: Dr Sujay Patil

Dr Sujay Patil emphasizes the critical role of ambulances in providing timely medical care in collaboration with Radio One.

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07/09

By Indian Express

Tumour weighing over 3kg removed from 26-year-old woman’s liver

The woman suffered from severe abdominal pain and the football-sized tumour had engulfed almost the entire right half of her liver.

India notices avian flu outbreaks from post-monsoon to pre-summer; expert advises high risk groups to get annual influenza vaccine

04/09

By News9

India notices avian flu outbreaks from post-monsoon to pre-summer; expert advises high risk groups to get annual influenza vaccine

Dr Devashish Desai, Consultant of Infectious Diseases at Ruby Hall Clinic, has shared his insights on the same.

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03/09

By Hindustan Times

Liver diseases: Early signs that are usually ignored, prevention tips

Health experts reveal all you all about the early signs of liver diseases that are usually ignored, causes of early death due to liver ailments, prevention tips

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30/08

By Maharashtra Times

पुण्यातील रुबी हॉल क्लिनिक येथे रोटाप्रो डिव्हाइसचा वापर करून फक्त ४५ मिनिटात

अचानक अस्वस्थ वाटू लागल्याने एका ७२ वर्षीय रुग्णाला तातडीने रुग्णालयात दाखल करण्यात आले. ईसीजी तपासणीमध्ये रुग्णाला हृदयविकाराचा झटका आल्याचे स्पष्ट झाले. यानंतरच्या तपासणीमध्ये हृदयाला रक्तपुरवठा करणाऱ्या रक्तवाहिनीत कॅल्शियम जमा झाल्याचे लक्षात आले. रक्तवाहिनीत कॅल्शियम जमा झाल्याने ती कडक झाली होती. त्यामुळे रक्तवाहिनी लवचीक करण्यासाठी नियमीत अँजियोप्लास्टी एवेजी रोटाप्रो या नव्या उपकरणाने केलेली अँजियोप्लास्टी परिणामकारक ठरेल असा विश्वास डॉक्टरांनी व्यक्त केला.

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25/08

By News9

Incidence of rashes, skin infections increases with the onset of monsoons, know ways to prevent

Humid weather makes it ideal for fungi and bacteria to thrive causing skin infections. To avoid condition becoming severe, expert has shared ways to prevent fungal infections

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25/08

By Lokmat

चार वर्षाच्या मुलाच्या फ्रॅक्चर झालेल्या लिंगावर यशस्वी शस्त्रक्रिया

वरून पडल्यामुळे चार वर्षाच्या मुलाच्या फ्रॅक्चर झालेल्या लिंगावर वानवडी येथील एका खासगी रुग्णालयात यशस्वी उपचार करण्यात आले. या हाॅस्पिटलच्या बालरोग मूत्रविज्ञान विभागातील डाॅक्टरांनी शस्त्रक्रिया केली.

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25/08

By WION

All you need to know about melanin's protective role against UV damage to human skin

Our skin is not just a protective barrier; it's a canvas that showcases the beauty of our diversity. Pigmentation, the process responsible for the colouration of our skin, hair, and eyes, is a complex interplay of genetics, biology, and environment.

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25/08

By News18

Beyond Boredom Bites: How Emotional Snacking Affects Gen Z's Heart Health

Dr Piyush Lodha, Endocrinologist, Diabetologist, General Physician, Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune explains how emotional snacking is affecting Gen Z's Heart Health

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24/08

By Indian express

What happens to the body when you give up tea for a month?

According to Richa Anand, chief dietician, Dr LH Hiranandani Hospital, Powai, Mumbai, effects of leaving tea for a month can result in healthy changes in the body like reduced caffeine intake, which can help in sound and improved sleep, and less anxiety

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24/08

By Indian express

Dr Sunita Tandulwadkar is FOGSI’s first woman president from Pune

Dr Sunita Tandulwadkar, head of IVF and gynecology department, Ruby Hall Clinic, was elected as the president of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI). She is the first woman president from Pune of the body that has 266 member societies and over 40,000 gynecologist members.

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23/08

By Indian Express

National Hand Surgery Day: Measures to treat and prevent repetitive stress injuries at workplace

Symptoms of RSIs include pain, stiffness, tingling, and numbness in the hands. The most frequent hand injuries are bruises, pinches, lacerations, abrasions, strains, amputations, dislocations, carpal tunnel syndrome, and Raynaud's syndrome

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23/08

By Times of India

Dr. Sunita Tandulwadkar becomes the first female President

Dr. Sunita Tandulwadkar, a gynecologist from Pune, has made history by becoming the first female representative from Pune to be elected as the President of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI). This achievement adds to her already impressive career, which includes presiding over the Indian Association of Gynaecological Endoscopists and the Institute of Science & Advanced Research.

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23/08

By Pune News

Pune Doctor Takes Helm as FOGSI President, Paving the Way for Women’s Health

Dr. Sunita Tandulwadkar, a revered name in the medical domain and the Head of the IVF and Gynecology Department at Ruby Hall Clinic, has achieved an extraordinary milestone by securing the prestigious position of President of the Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI). This monumental accomplishment resonates not only within the medical community but also far beyond, highlighting Dr. Tandulwadkar’s exceptional career trajectory and her invaluable contributions to women’s health.

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23/08

By Punekar news

Pune Doctor Takes Top Spot In FOGSI Leadership

Pune, 23rd August 2023: In a monumental achievement that resonates within the medical community and beyond, Dr. Sunita Tandulwadkar, the distinguished Head of the IVF and Gynecology Department at Ruby Hall Clinic, has attained a remarkable milestone by being elected as the President of the Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI). This triumph not only positions Dr. Tandulwadkar as a trailblazing representative from Pune but also underscores her remarkable career and contributions to women’s health.

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22/08

By Zee News

Enhancing Cognitive Abilities Through Physical Fitness: The Powerful Connection Between Daily Movement And Mental Health

Exercise is beneficial for both the body and the mind. For both physical and mental health, exercise offers a number of therapeutic and preventative effects.

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21/08

By Healthcare Radius

Ruby Hall Clinic, Bajaj Finserv Health introduce corporate health card

Ruby Hall Clinic and Bajaj Finserv Health unveiled a corporate health card to address the gaps commonly ignored by traditional Mediclaim policies. The Ruby Hall Clinic corporate health card aims to transform employee healthcare by addressing unmet needs. This includes essential services like doctor consultations, preventive health check-ups, and emergency ambulance services. This approach is aimed at empowering individuals to proactively manage their well-being. Employees benefit from a Health EMI Network Card, up to 20 percent discounts on tests, radiology, pharmacy bills, and other expenses that are usually not covered by other Mediclaim policies.

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21/08

By WION

The powerful connection between physical fitness and mental health

Personality has several facets or dimensions, including emotional, mental, social, and physical growth. These aspects of personality are all fostered through various physical education initiatives.

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20/08

By PYNR

Health: No Blue Waffle’s disease

Back in the day, a picture showing a scabbed, blue-tinted labia that looked infected was widely circulated on the internet, and many called it a ‘blue waffle’s’ disease blindly. There is no such disease, though even today it is being talked about. The Pioneer’s Shikha Duggal spoke to experts to find out what exactly the scabbed, blue-tinted labia in that picture is and how it affects one’s sexual health.

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18/08

By News18

From Signs to Surges: Exploring the Rapid Increase in COVID-Like Symptoms

Dr Devashish Desai, Consultant of Infectious Diseases Ruby Hall Clinic Pune explains the rapid increase in Covid like symptoms

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17/08

By Times Now

Irregular Weather Pattern Causes A Huge Surge In Influenza Cases; Tips To Protect Against Flu

Influenza or flu is a common respiratory infection that affects many people each year. Anyone can get the virus, which can cause mild to severe symptoms, however, it can even be fatal if no measures are taken on time. Doctors say an irregular weather pattern has caused a huge increase in the number of flu cases, but taking precautions against the infection is the key to protection. Read on to know, how.

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16/08

By Hindustan Times

New Covid variant Eris: Sore throat to loss of smell; 12 common symptoms of EG.5

New Covid variant Eris or EG.5’s symptoms resemble those of previous strains, are less severe and do not place individuals at a high risk.

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16/08

By ABP Live

Does Sugar Cause Diabetes? Know What Make Sugar The Villain

Diabetes is called ‘sugar’ illness or ‘sugar ki bimari’. Diabetics are told to steer clear of this 'white poison'. What makes sugar leave a bitter taste in your mouth when we talk about health?

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15/08

By The Indian Express

In dying, this Pune police naik saves 5 lives, heart goes to army jawan

The police naik (constable) had met with a road accident on August 3 and fortunately for him a police van passing by immediately took him to YCM hospital.

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20/03

By Youtube

Behram Khodaiji, CEO, Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune

Independence Day Message by Behram Khodaiji, CEO, Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune

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15/08

By Wion

Understanding Conjunctivitis aka Pink Eye: Prevention and hygiene practices you must know

Conjunctivitis, commonly referred to as "pink eye," has recently become an epidemic across India.

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15/08

By News9

Kidney stones: Rise in cases among teen girls, expert says sodium-rich diet major cause

The sedentary lifestyle of girls has led to obesity, which in turn leads to metabolic disorders and hormonal imbalances that increase the risk of stone formation

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14/08

By The Healthsite

Revolutionizing Healthcare: Robotics In Bladder, Kidney, And Penile Cancer Treatment

With increasing availability, better affordability and decreasing cost of the technology, the impact and expanding scope of the robotic surgical systems is a game-changer in managing urological cancers.

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12/08

By Ad Gully

Sunil Godbole and Siddheshwar Zadbuke Partner with Ruby Hall Clinic

Popular celebrities from the Marathi industry Sunil Godbole and Siddheshwar Zadbuke lend their gracious support for Ruby Hall Clinic's new campaign 'life-saving impact of organ donation'.

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12/08

By ET Brand Equity

Ruby Hall Clinic launches organ donation initiative

#EvenAfterDeathLiveLong is an initiative for raising awareness around organ donation. The campaign features a video highlighting the importance of organ donation and sheds light on the staggering statistics showcasing the critical need for more donors.

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12/08

By Zee News

Does Alcohol Affect Women Differently Than Men? Expert Shares Health Risks

Excessive alcohol use poses unique health and safety risks to females which is a little different than how it affects men. A general physician shares if women are more susceptible to the effects of alcohol and more, read on.

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12/08

By Indian Express

RubyHall Clinic to conduct awareness campaign on organ donation

A video will be featured during the campaign, where renowned Marathi actors Sunil Godbole and Siddheshwar Zadbuke will talk about the significance of organ donation.

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11/08

By DNA

Independence Day 2023: 5 top medical science breakthroughs in India

A key area of the biological sciences now involves the application of algorithms and machine learning in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.

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11/08

By Rediff

Who's At Greater Risk Of Diabetes?

If you have obesity, you're about six times more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than those at a healthy weight, warns Dr Piyush Lodha.

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09/08

By E Sakal

तब्बल १० वर्षांनी रक्त संक्रमणातून मिळाले ‘अभय’

अभयला अगदी सहा महिन्यांचा असल्यापासून रक्त द्यावे लागायचे. कारण त्याला थॅलेसेमियाचे निदान झाले होते. वयाच्या दहा वर्षांपर्यंत दर महिन्याला त्याला रक्त भरण्यासाठी जावे लागत. या चक्रातून बाहेर पडण्यासाठी वारंवार प्रयत्न केले. पण, त्याला यश आले नाही.

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07/08

By Hindustan Times

Maintaining healthy skin during monsoon: A guide to combat common skin problems

Experts reveal all about the causes of allergies and rashes during monsoon, tips to prevent them and foods to add into your diet to support your skin's health

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06/08

By Mid- Day

Infected with eye flu? 5 expert tips for prevention and care

If you have conjunctivitis or eye flu, it is necessary to stay hygienic to curb the spread of infection and prevent further complications. Dr Santosh Bhide, senior consultant eye surgeon, Ruby Hall Clinic Pune lists down things that you must refrain from doing if infected with conjunctivitis

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05/08

By Mid- Day

Protect your eyes from conjunctivitis: Expert tips for prevention and care

If you have conjunctivitis or eye flu, it is necessary to stay hygienic to curb the spread of infection and prevent further complications. Dr Santosh Bhide, senior consultant eye surgeon, Ruby Hall Clinic Pune lists down things that you must refrain from doing if infected with conjunctivitis

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04/08

By Wion

Lung care: Doctor shares how you can keep your lungs safe from lung cancer

Winter and spring seasons can be particularly challenging for lung health. During these times, the cold winter air and the rising allergen levels can have adverse effects on our respiratory well-being.

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02/08

By Indian Express

Bajaj Finserv and Ruby Hall jointly inaugurate cutting-edge tech for radiotherapy

The CyberKnife S7 by Accuray is an advanced robotic radiotherapy system in cancer treatment. This cutting-edge technology is designed to deliver highly precise and non-invasive radiation therapy to target tumours.

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31/07

By Rediff

8 Foods To Build Immunity

Pani Puri, Samosas, Vadas, sandwiches may seem very tempting in the monsoon, but it is better to avoid them for your health, suggests Gayatri Trakru.

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31/07

By Express Healthcare

Ruby Hall partners with Bajaj Finserv to launch CyberKnife S7

The cancer treatment equipment will be a part of the Bajaj Finserv Cyberknife Centre at Ruby Hall Clinic

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10/07

By Mid-day

Taking painkillers frequently? Expert highlights alarming health risks

Taking painkillers is a quick fix for many to get rid of even the most minor pain. Doctors, however, are warning against frequent use of these medications highlighting severe health risks they can induce

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08/07

By NEWS18

Sip with Caution: The Surprising Impact of Black Tea and Vitamin C on Kidneys

During the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath, black tea emerged as a widely consumed beverage worldwide. With people having ample time to think about COVID prevention, the consumption of vitamin C was recognized as beneficial.

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07/07

By Zee News

How To Achieve Korean 'Glass Skin': From Staying Hydrated To Other Lifestyle Hacks - Check Expert's Advice

While staying hydrated by drinking enough water is crucial for overall skin health, achieving glass-like skin requires a combination of factors, including genetics, skincare routine, and lifestyle choices.

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06/07

By Express Healthcare

From precision to pediatric care: Evolution of robotic surgery in treating young patients

Dr Geeta Kekre, Consultant Paediatric Surgeon, Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune talks about the safety of robotic surgery for children in India

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06/07

By The HANS India

Achieving Glass-Like Skin: Myth or Reality?

Many individuals aspire to achieve a flawless complexion known as "glass skin." This term refers to a smooth, clear, and luminous skin texture that resembles the appearance of glass. While staying hydrated by drinking enough water is crucial for overall skin health, achieving glass-like skin requires a combination of factors, including genetics, skincare routine, and lifestyle choices. In this article, we will explore various strategies to help you attain a healthy and radiant complexion.

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06/07

By ZoomTV

Does Drinking Excessive Water Help You Achieve Glass Skin? Here's What You Need To Know

When you drink water, it is absorbed into the bloodstream and filtered by the kidneys before hydrating cells in the body. Drinking excessive water beyond your body’s hydration needs can dilute salts and electrolytes, potentially leading to an electrolyte imbalance. Therefore, it is crucial to strike a balance and avoid

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06/07

By ETV Bharat

Achieving glass-like skin: Myth or reality

Many individuals aspire to achieve a flawless complexion known as ‘glass skin.” This term refers to a smooth, clear, and luminous skin texture that resembles the appearance of glass. While staying hydrated by drinking enough water is crucial for overall skin health, achieving glass-like skin requires a combination of factors, including genetics, skincare routine, and lifestyle choices. In this article, we will explore various strategies to help you attain a healthy and radiant complexion. MD Azimuddin Shah, a Health content creator, addresses how drinking water can be pivotal role to achieve glass-like skin:

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06/07

By IANS Life

Achieving Glass-Like Skin: Myth or Reality?

Many individuals aspire to achieve a flawless complexion known as "glass skin." This term refers to a smooth, clear, and luminous skin texture that resembles the appearance of glass. While staying hydrated by drinking enough water is crucial for overall skin health, achieving glass-like skin requires a combination of factors, including genetics, skincare routine, and lifestyle choices. In this article, we will explore various strategies to help you attain a healthy and radiant complexion.

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05/07

By Mid-Day

An expert guide to achieving Korean glass skin

Glass skin is skin that appears luminous, without pores, and almost translucent. Attain the popular Korean glass skin with this expert guide

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05/07

By Time Of India

Mosquito-borne diseases up amid unusual weather pattern in Pune

PUNE: Mosquito-borne diseases like dengue have started rearing their heads early this year on the back of an unusual weather pattern till the delayed monsoon arrival.

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05/07

By PuneMirror Bureau

Monsoon rains illnesses in city

With the arrival of the monsoon, the risk of contamination of food and water has increased, and with it, gastrointestinal infections and many gut-related diseases like diarrhea, dysentery, nausea, food poisoning, and stomach ache have also gone up.

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21/05

By Times of india

Does breastfeeding protects child from cancer? Expert answers

Breastfeeding has long been recognized as the optimal form of infant nutrition, providing numerous benefits for both the mother and child. Among its many advantages, recent studies suggest that breastfeeding may also play a role in protecting children from cancer.

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21/05

By Express Healthcare

Peptide Receptor Radionuclide Therapy

Dr Sameer Sonar, Group Director-Nuclear Medicine, PET CT & Theranostics, Ruby Hall Clinic Group Hospitals explains about the specialised treatment for prostate cancer

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23/05

By Hindustan Times

Unsafe for kids, villagers ban sale of energy drinks

Health experts cite that the health risks posed by consumption of energy drinks on children and teens need to be studied and more awareness raised amongst the public through campaigns and other measures

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21/05

By Only my health

Ladies! Here Are 6 Ways To Reduce Your Risk Of Cervical Cancer

Ladies! Here Are 6 Ways To Reduce Your Risk Of Cervical Cancer

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22/05

By The Times of India

Swap sugary ‘health’ drinks for natural alternatives, say ex

For decades powdered mixes advertised as ‘health’ drinks have been the go-to solution to enhance the taste of regular milk. As most become increasingly health conscious they realised these mixes contain a lot of sugar and hardly any nutritional value

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19/05

By BW Healthcare

Chemicals In Gel Nail Polish And Their Adverse Effects

Gel nail polishes adhere to the nails. Rigorous buffing is required to remove them from the nail plate. This leads to unintentional physical damage to the nails. It also requires cuticle trimming and nail plate buffing for the right application

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21/05

By News9

UTIs in summer: Expert shares possible reasons and preventive measures

According to a study the Urinary tract infection cases rise during summers, to understand this we reached out to an expert who explained possible reasons

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20/05

By News18

Importance Of Regular Skin Exams For Early Detection of Skin Cancers And Other Ailments

Regular skin exams play a crucial role in the early detection of skin diseases and can potentially save lives. Skin is our body’s largest organ and is susceptible to various conditions, including skin cancer. Early detection greatly improves the chances of successful treatment and reduces the risk of complications.

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18/05

By News9

Can onion oil help in hair growth? Expert comments

When it comes to preventing hair loss and promoting hair growth, onion oil appears to be the current preference. Hence we reached out to a dermatologist to know if it really works, check here

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17/05

By Idiva

कब्ज से कमज़ोर इम्यूनिटी तक, एक्सपर्ट ने बताया डिब्बे और पैकेज्ड फूड से होते हैं ये 9 नुकसान

प्रोसेस्ड और पैकेट फूड पर काफी लंबी बहसें छिड़ चुकी हैं लेकिन अब मामला कुछ ठंडा होता नज़र आ रहा है जो मार्केट को बनाए रखने के लिए जरूरी भी है। आज का ज़माना जितनी तेज़ी से तकनीक में आगे बढ़ रहा है हमारे खाने-पीने का तरीका भी उतनी ही तेज़ी में है।

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17/05

By The Quint

Do You Have Hypertension? A Doctor's Guide to Spotting the Signs, Types

Hypertension puts high pressure over the heart and blood vessels of organs leading to organ damage like heart attack

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17/05

By Hindustan Times

Limit use of artificial sweeteners; health experts support WHO's latest guidelines against use of NSS

Health experts say use of artificial sweeteners can increase risk of various disorders in people and it's time to switch to natural alternatives.

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17/05

By News9

You ask, we answer: Do you get angry or feel restless in hot weather? Expert comments why

A reader recently shared that he feels extremely irritated and angry during summers. We reached out to our expert to understand the possible reasons behind, check here

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26/04

By CEO, Ruby Hall Clinic

Innovation in healthcare

Healthcare is a critical industry that impacts every individual and community across the world. To provide the best medical care, healthcare providers must continually innovate to meet the changing needs of patients. Mr Behram Khodaiji, CEO of Ruby Hall Clinic, recognizes this need for innovation and is at the forefront of driving change in the healthcare industry.

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26/04

By CEO, Ruby Hall Clinic

Trends and challenges in the Indian healthcare sector:

The Indian healthcare sector has witnessed a tremendous transformation in recent years, with innovative technologies and new policies paving the way for a more patient-centric approach.

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04/04

By The Indian Express

91-year-old farmer airlifted from Latur to Pune, treated for unusual hip fracture

The TFNA (Trochanteric Fixation Nail Advanced) Proximal Nailing System–which is designed to advance hip fracture treatment was used to treat him.

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03/04

By India Today

How to deal with the development of kids diagnosed with autism

Many autistic children are visual learners, so using visual aids such as pictures, charts, and diagrams can help them understand and navigate their environment.

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31/03

By Times of India

Stay fit and healthy while fasting during Ramzan, go easy on

PUNE: Fasting from sunrise to sunset for Ramzan is no easy feat, especially when the days get hotter during March-April.

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31/03

By Hindustan Times

Can brushing teeth more reduce diabetes risk? What expert says

Do you brush your teeth twice a day? You may be reducing your risk of diabetes. Here's how.

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30/03

By Jagran

बाइपोलर डिसऑर्डर के लक्षणों से लेकर इलाज तक, जानें इन मानसिक रोग के बारे में सबकुछ!

बाइपोलर डिसऑर्डर एक तरह का मानसिक रोग है जिसमें व्यक्ति दो तरह के मूड से गुजरता है। कभी वह बेहद खुशी और एनर्जी से भरपूर महसूस करता है तो कभी अत्याधिक डिप्रेशन। इस डिसऑर्डर से जूझ रहे लोगों में आत्महत्या की दर काफी उच्च होती है।

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30/03

By Moneycontrol

COVID-19 continues to surge in India but Paxlovid is only a minor player

Apart from reducing hospitalisation for the most vulnerable group and its efficacy against Omicron variants, Paxlovid has also shown to decrease the chances of long COVID-19.

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26/03

By Mid-day

Here is why dates are the 'superfood' that you need to add to your diet

Dates are a delicious powerhouse of nutrition, packed with the right vitamins and calories serving as perfect energy boosters with zero fat

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24/03

By Indian Express

World Tuberculosis Day: Foods to eat and avoid when recuperating from the infectious bacterial disease

Consult a healthcare provider or a registered dietitian for customised dietary recommendations based on your unique requirements and health state, said Dr Ambarish Joshi, senior consultant, pulmonary and sleep medicine, Primus Superspeciality Hospital, New Delhi

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24/03

By QuintFit

Precautions For Tuberculosis Patients During Flu Season

People with tuberculosis and those at risk need to beware of when the influenza season starts

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23/03

By Puneri Awaaz

मध्य रेल्वेच्या कर्मचाऱ्यांचे उपचार आता रुबी हॉल क्लिनिक मध्ये! मध्य रेल्वेच्या कर्मचाऱ्यांसाठी मोफत ऍम्ब्युलन्स सेवा

पुण्याच्या रुबी हॉल क्लिनिक आणि मध्य रेल्वेच्या पुणे विभागाच्या नुकत्याच झालेल्या करारानुसार, मध्य रेल्वेचे कर्मचारी आणि त्यांच्या कुटुंबियांना आपत्कालीन परिस्थितीत बहुविविध उपचार रुबी हॉल क्लिनिक, पुणे येथे करण्यात येणार आहेत. कर्मचाऱ्यांना २ वर्षासाठी सेवा पुरवली जाईल.

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24/03

By HT Healthshots

World Tuberculosis Day : कोविड-19 सहित कई बीमारियों का जोखिम बढ़ा देती है टीबी, एक्सपर्ट बता रहे हैं बचाव के उपाय

एवियन इंफ्लुएंजा हो या कोविड-19 टीबी से ग्रस्त लोग किसी भी संक्रमण के जोखिम में सबसे ज्यादा रहते हैं। इसलिए इसके लक्षणों और बचाव के उपायों के बारे में जानना और भी ज्यादा जरूरी है।

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24/03

By Maharashtra Times

World TB Day: काळजी घ्या! औषधांनाही दाद न देणारा 'क्षयरोग' वाढतोय, ही लक्षणे वेळीच समजून घ्या

आज जागतिक क्षयरोग दिन असून अजून क्षयरोगाची तीव्रता कमी झालेली नाहीये. क्षयरोग झालेल्या रुग्णांची संख्या वाढत आहे. तसंच, आता एक नवीन माहितीही

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21/03

By Hindustan Times

Watch out for these early warning signs of heart disease in young women

Sushmita Sen had undergone a heart surgery recently after a “massive heart attack” due to 95% blockage in one of her main arteries. Health experts reveal early warning signs of heart disease that young women should watch out for

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21/03

By HT Healthshots

क्या गॉलब्लैडर रिमूव होने से डायजेस्टिव सिस्टम खराब हो जाता है? आइए जानते हैं एक्सपर्ट से

कई लोगों को पित्त की थैली में पथरी हो जाती है। ऐसे में पित्त की थैली निकालना सबसे सेफ माना जाता है। लेकिन क्या इससे सेहत पर कोई असर पड़ता हैं?

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21/03

By Hindustan Times

5 serious health issues that can be triggered by loneliness

Are you a loner? Expert says not socialising enough or loneliness can put you at risk of these deadly diseases.

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20/03

By Voice of Healthcare

Virtual Oral Health Summit

ORAL HEALTH SUMMIT: LET'S START TALKING Oral is the gateway to both illness and better health. In this special intervention hosted by #VoiceofHealthcare and Haleon, we get leaders to open the conversation - and examine a spectrum of urgent priorities.

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20/03

By Dainik Bhaskar

गले की खराश के लिए करते हैं गरारे:नमक या बीटाडीन किससे करना है फायदेमंद

H3N2 के एक लक्षण में गले में खराश भी शामिल है। कोरोना का भी यह एक लक्षण था। तब हमने इससे बचने के लिए क्या किया था।

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20/03

By The Indian Express

World Oral Health Day: How diabetes impacts your teeth and the dental hygiene norms you need to follow

If your blood sugar levels are high, understand that they are high in your saliva too. Bacteria in plaque use sugar as food and can cause tooth decay, cavities and gum disease. If the tooth is not treated, it can also lead to tooth loss, says Dr Sacheev Nanda, Chief Dental Surgeon, Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune

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19/03

By News18

Are Heart Attacks At 60 Becoming As Routine As Diabetes At 35? Experts Answer

Heart attacks at the age of 60 are becoming as routine as diabetes at 35. With the rapid rise in unhealthy lifestyle choices such as sedentary habits, unhealthy eating, and smoking, heart disease is increasingly becoming the leading cause of death across the world. Additionally, genetic predisposition to heart disease can also play a role.

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17/03

By ABP Maza

World Sleep Day : अपुऱ्या झोपेमुळे 'स्लीप ॲपनिया' तसेच गंभीर मानसिक आजारांना आमंत्रण, वाचा सविस्तर

योग्य आहारासोबतच पुरेशी आणि शांत झोप आरोग्यासाठी अतिशय फायदेशीर असते. अपुरी झोप अनेक आजारांना आमंत्रण देते.

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20/03

By Express Healthcare

Recent advances in radiotherapy for treating prostate cancer

Dr Mansi Munshi, Consultant Radiation Oncologist, Ruby Hall Clinic talks about the recent technologies for treating prostate cancer in radiotherapy

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03/03

By BW Wellbeing World

Thyroid Impacts Physical Growth In Infants And Children

Thyroid hormone is very important in early brain development and overall physical growth in infants and children

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16/03

By Maharashtra Times

स्तनपानादरम्यान स्मार्टफोनचा वापर आईला करतोय बाळापासून दूर, तज्ज्ञांनी व्यक्त केली चिंता

Use Of Smartphone During Breastfeeding: पालक आणि मुलांच्या संवादादरम्यान स्मार्टफोन येतोय हे माहीत आहेत. पण आता नवजात मातांमध्येही स्मार्टफोनचा वापर

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14/03

By Hindustan Times

Glaucoma: Understanding the causes and symptoms of rising blindness cases

Glaucoma is the growing causes of blindness among individuals above the age of 60. Experts reveal the symptoms of this condition and what is causing it

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15/03

By Navbharat Times

ब्रेस्‍टफीडिंग करवाते हुए चलाती हैं फोन, जान लें आपकी ये गलती शिशु पर पड़ेगी कितनी भारी

अगर आप भी मां हैं और शिशु को दूध पिलाती हैं, तो यहां जान लें कि ब्रेस्‍टफीडिंग के समय फोन (using phone while breastfeeding) चलाना है या नहीं।

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11/03

By Maharashtra Times

H3N2 इन्फ्लुएन्झा आजाराचा प्रेग्नन्सीवर प्रभाव पडणे धोकादायक? काय होतो परिणाम

H3N2 Influenza Pregnancy Effect: H3N2 Influenza व्हायरसचे प्रेगन्सीवर काही गंभीर परिणाम होतात का आणि असतील तर ते नक्की काय आहेत याबाबत तज्ज्ञांकडून

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11/03

By Navbharat Times

गर्भवती मां और बच्‍चे की जान ले सकता है H3N2 वायरस, डॉक्‍टर ने बताए बचनेे

इस समय देशभर में एच3एन2 वायरस बहुत तेजी से फैल रहा है और हर कोई इस वायरस की चपेट में आ रहा है। ऐसे में गर्भवती महिलाओं का परेशान होना भी लाजिमी है।

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12/03

By Hindustan Times

Majority of H3N2 patients do not require hospitalisation, say Pune doctors

There are no major cases of H3N2, and there are only a few cases. Very rarely do we find cases of swine flu (H1N1) and there is nothing to worry about, says experts

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11/03

By The Times Of India

Self-medication against flu can pose health risk: Docs

Pune: Health experts have warned against self-medication amid the rise in cases of cold, fever, persistent cough and digestive problems due to temperature fluctuations.

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10/03

By Healthshots

Grapes for diabetes: To eat or not to eat

Grapes are a popular and nutritious fruit. However, for people with diabetes, it is important to know if grapes are a good choice or not.

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10/03

By The Indian Express

As man dies after consuming two Viagra pills while drinking alcohol, experts share its health effects

Viagra tablet is effective for erectile dysfunction and a lot of evidence has proven its safety in all types of patients," said Dr Tejas Gundewar, chief male and female fertility consultant

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08/03

By Pune Mirror

Ruby Hall Clinic's strategy leader with the vision that healthcare needs

A true example of entrepreneurial excellence, Natalie Nanda currently leads Pune’s biggest medical institute, Ruby Hall Clinic in the capacity of General Manager, Business Strategies and Operations.

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06/03

By HT Healthshots

Understanding angioplasty and stents: What heart patients need to know

Heart patients might want to get familiar with the terms like angioplasty, stents, blocked arteries, etc. Let’s understand what your doctor has been talking about.

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01/03

By BW Healthcare

Childhood Cancers In India; Worrisome Numbers, Unaware Parents, Anxious Experts

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), every year globally an estimated 4,00,000 children and adolescents (0-19 years of age) are diagnosed with cancer.

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05/03

By Hindustan Times

Viral infection, prolonged cough and not responding to medicines? Here are causes and precaution tips

There is a rise in number of viral infections but what is more alarming is the prolonged cough that is lasting for 4-6 weeks in some and isn’t responding to the usual cough medications. Health experts reveal causes and precaution tips

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05/03

By India Today

How to prevent ‘tech neck’ in the young

Constant use of digital devices, incorrect posture and bad ergonomic habits among children and teenagers need to be checked to address the problem

News

05/03

By Financial Express

Can stress cause Irritable Bowel Syndrome? What you must know

Is there a link between irritable bowel syndrome and mental health challenges? We debunk some of the myths associated with the chronic disorder

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03/03

By Maharastra Times

सावधान! इअरफोनचा वापर देतोय बहिरेपणाला आमंत्रण, कानातील पेशी होतील मृत

अलीकडेच कानांचे विकार मोठ्या प्रमाणात वाढत असल्याचे दिसून आले आहे आणि त्याला मोठ्या प्रमाणात होत असलेला इअरफोनचा वापर कारणीभूत ठरतानाही दिसून येत आहे. या वर्ल्ड हेअरिंग डे निमित्त जाणून घेऊयात कशाप्रकारे ही समस्या बहिरेपणाला आमंत्रण देत आहे.

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03/03

By Dr Manoj Bauskar, News9

World Hearing Day: Regular use of earphones can damage eardrum leading to permanent impairment

Magnetic waves emitted from earphones can damage the brain and adversely affect it. Using headphones can cause skin infections in the outer ear area.

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03/03

By SaamTv

सावधान! इअरफोनचा अतिवापर, बहिरेपणाला देतोय आमंत्रण

अलीकडेच कानांचे विकार मोठ्या प्रमाणात वाढत असल्याचे दिसून आले आहे. आणि त्याला मोठ्या प्रमाणात होत असलेला इअरफोनचा वापर कारणीभूत ठरत आहे. या वर्ल्ड हेअरिंग डे निमित्ताने आपण जाणून घेऊयात कशाप्रकारे ही समस्या बहिरेपणाला आमंत्रण देत आहे.

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03/03

By Dr. Manoj Bauskar, Webdunia

वर्ल्ड हेअरिंग डे सावधान इअरफोनचा वापर देतोय बहिरेपणाला आमंत्रण

अलीकडेच कणांचे विकार मोठ्या प्रमाणात वाढत असल्याचे दिसून आले आहे. आणि त्याला मोठ्या प्रमाणात होत असलेला इअरफोनचा वापर कारणीभूत ठरत आहे. ह्या वर्ल्ड हेअरिंग डे निम्मित जाणून घेऊयात कशाप्रकारे हि समस्या बहिरेपणाला आमंत्रण देत आहे.

News

01/03

By Healthshots

A study reveals that smokers and vapers suffer from similar damage! Know their side effects

You must believe that E-cigarette is less harmful than smoking. But this study reveals that the side effects of vape are similar to smoking!

News

01/03

By Hindustan Times

Fatty liver: 3 easy exercises, 6 lifestyle changes to reverse liver disease

Fat build-up on the liver curtails its proper function and lead to several ailments. Here are ways you can cure fatty liver with some lifestyle interventions.

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01/03

By Biospectrum

Ruby Hall Clinic launches Bi-Plane Cath Lab for complex interventional procedures

Ruby Hall Clinic, based in Pune, has announced the arrival and launch of a new, advanced medical imaging device known as the Bi-Plane Cath Lab.

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25/02

By Pharmabiz

Ruby Hall Clinic gets advanced Bi-Plane Cath Lab

Ruby Hall Clinic, one of the leading healthcare institutions in Pune, has announced the arrival and launch of a new, advanced medical imaging device known as the Bi-Plane Cath Lab.

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24/02

By HT Healthshots, Dr. Geeta Kekre

क्या बच्चों को भी हो सकती है यूटीआई की समस्या? जवाब है हां, एक्सपर्ट बता...

मूत्र मार्ग के संक्रमण यानी यूटीआई के बारे में यह कहा जाता है कि यह प्रजनन आयु में लगभग हर महिला को प्रभावित करता है। पर इसका मतलब यह नहीं है कि बच्चे या पुरुष इससे बचे हुए हैं।

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24/02

By Dr Neeraj Dhingra, News9

After cancer diagnosis 50-year-old develops ‘Irish accent’, expert says happens when language area of brain is affected

Recently, a man with metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer was diagnosed as suffering from Foreign Accent Syndrome, a disorder characterised by an uncontrollable ‘Irish brogue’ accent despite having no

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24/02

By Aaj Ka Anand

उन्नत निदान और उपचार के लिए रूबी हॉल में पुणे का पहला उपकरण

रूबी हॉल क्लीनिक ने एक नए, उन्नत मेडिकल इमेजिंग उपकरणों को लांच करने की घोषणा की है. इसे ‌‘बाय-प्लेन कैथ लैब' के रूप में जाना जाता है

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24/02

By India MedToday

Ruby Hall Clinic installs Bi-Plane Cath Lab

Ruby Hall Clinic, leading healthcare institution in Pune, has announced the arrival and launch of a new, advanced medical imaging device known as the Bi-Plane Cath Lab.

News

26/02

By Pune Times Mirror

A CITY OF DUST

Eye, respiratory & spine problems are on the rise; doctors advise wearing of glasses, headgear; PMC official says action is taken against agencies if they fail to repair the dug-up road in time

News

21/02

By Pune Times Mirror

Summer’s here, already!

Pune, the otherwise cool city in February, is unexpectedly witnessing temperature fluctuations leading to hotter days and warmer nights.

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24/02

By The Indian Express

50-year-old develops Irish accent after cancer diagnosis; how and why did it happen?

According to Dr Neeraj Dhingra, consultant – Radiation and Clinical Oncology, Ruby Hall Clinic, it is usually seen in females aged 25-49 years, and is classified into 4 types: Neurogenic, Developmental, Psychogenic and Mixed.

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22/02

By Mint

How do I know if my chest pain is heart attack, stress, spasm or acid reflux?

According to the Indian Heart Association, 50% of all heart attacks in Indian men occur under the age of 50 and 25% of all heart attacks in Indian men under the age of 40.

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22/02

By News 18

Sunscreen Over Makeup, Indoors And Once Every Two Hours: Excessive Or Necessary?

Sunscreen is a critical component of skincare, protecting our skin from the harmful effects of UV radiation.

News

21/02

By Hindustan Times

What is frontotemporal dementia, the condition Bruce Willis suffers from

Frontotemporal Dementia is a neurological disorder that primarily hits the nerves of the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. All you want to know about the disorder.

News

11/02

By Hindustan Times

Can erectile dysfunction trigger a risk of prostate cancer in young men?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is when a man can’t get or keep an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. This can be due to body-related issues or psychological issues but can it trigger a risk of prostate cancer in young men?

News

15/02

By Dr. Shweta Mutha, BW Wellb...

Cancer Expected To Rise Up To 20 Lakh Cases Per Year By 2026, Data Warns

Mandaviya claimed that the funds were given to the states for upgrading the facilities and infrastructure at health and wellness centres

News

15/02

By Firstpost

Significance and burden of adolescent and young cancer in India

An adolescent and young adult (AYA) with cancer is someone who is 15 to 39 years of age at the time of initial cancer diagnosis.

News

14/02

By Healthshots

International Childhood Cancer Day 2023 : जंकफूड और मिलावटी भोजन भी...

बच्चों में कैंसर के खतरे को कम करने की शुरुआत मां के गर्भ से होती है। ऐसे में मां बाप को प्रेगनेंसी पीरियड से लेकर 14 साल की उम्र तक बच्चों की सेहत के प्रति खास सावधानियां बरतने की आवश्यकता होती है।

News

24/02

By The Indian Express

International Childhood Cancer Day: How early detection can help kids with leukemia live a full life

Paediatric oncologists from around the country bust myths about a child’s lifespan, chemotherapy, the possibilities of new therapies and remission.

News

12/01

By MVR Foundation

Uncovering the Truth: The Link between Diet, Insulin, and Metabolism

Are you tired of hearing that glucose is the enemy when it comes to maintaining a healthy metabolism? In this video, Dr. Vijay Ramanan exposes the real culprit behind metabolic issues:

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30/01

By herzindagi.com

पति के स्पर्म काउंट बढ़ाने के लिए कराएं जीवनशैली में कुछ बदलाव

पति के स्‍पर्म काउंट बढ़ाने के उपायों की तलाश कर रही हैं तो इस आर्टिकल में एक्‍सपर्ट के बताए जीवनशैली से जुड़े बदलाव को एक बार जरूर आजमाने के लिए कहें।

News

04/02

By Health World Economic Times

Childhood cancer care services lacking in India, express oncologists

According to WHO, in high-income countries, more than 80 per cent of children didiagnosed with cancer are cured due to the accessibility of comprehensive

News

03/02

By Dr. Bhooshan Zade, BW Wellbeing

Future Of Cancer Treatment: Using Technology To Find Care

Cancer is a group of diseases characterised by abnormal and uncontrolled growth of cells which has potential to invade and destroy surrounding normal tissues and spread to other parts of body through lymphatic system or blood. It can affect any part of body.

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03/02

By Hindustan Times

World Cancer Day: Doctors highlight need for healthy lifestyle

Pune: City-based doctors underlined the need for all to get access to medical facilities and ensure a healthy lifestyle to lower the risk of cancer

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03/02

By Helathshots Times

Can a leaky gut put you at risk of autoimmune diseases?

What is the link between a leaky gut and autoimmune diseases? An immunology specialist explains the connection.

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02/02

By The Times Of India

Dr Sudam Kate: Beefing up diagnostics key to eradicating sickle cell anaemia in India

PUNE: For people living with sickle cell anaemia, acute is so severe that it is called a “crisis”. A retired biochemistry professor from Maharashtra was the first to spot

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24/02

By BW Business World

Here's How The Industry Reacts On Healthcare Budget

Industry experts laud the programmes announced in the health, pharma, and medical services sector in the budget

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01/02

By Healthworld.com

Union Budget 2023-24: Eliminate Sickle Cell Anaemia by 2047 ‘welcome step’

Terming the decision as a ‘welcome step’, medical experts speaking to ETHealthworld informed that the initiative to eliminate sickle cell anaemia by the ruling government will be a critical socioeconomic determinant

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24/02

By The Indian Express

Union Budget 2023: ‘Opening ICMR labs to medical colleges is a win-win for all and a big boost to medical research’

Govt infrastructure can be fully utilised, smaller centres and start-ups will benefit, public-private partnership will accelerate R&D and help in comprehensive public health management post-Covid, say experts

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29/01

By Maharashtra Times

Prostate cancer Symptoms | प्रोस्टेट कॅन्सरची लक्षणं कोणती? | Maharashtra Times

पुरुषांमध्ये आढळणाऱ्या प्रोस्टेस कॅन्सरची लक्षणे नेमकी काय असतात याबाबत डॉ. राजीव चौधरी यांनी महत्त्वाची माहिती दिली आहे.

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24/01

By Hindustan Times

Warning signs of high cholesterol that appear in eyes, legs and tonguees

High cholesterol usually causes silent damage to your body and puts you at risk of deadly diseases. But one must pay attention to these warning signs of excess cholesterol that appear in eyes, legs and tongue.

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24/01

By Hindustan Times

Heart ailments increase during winters. Know causes, symptoms, treatments

Wonder why do heart ailments increase during winters? Cardiac experts reveal the causes behind it, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options

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24/01

By India.com

Arthritis In Children: Types, Symptoms, Diagnosis And Treatment Of Non-Inflammatory Bone Illness

Arthritis in Children: In order to provide the family with accurate genetic counselling and prevent unnecessary therapy, early detection of non-inflammatory bone diseases is vital.

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13/01

By Dr, Liza Bulsara, BW Wellbeing

How Much Milk Is Too Much Milk?

A child between 1-5 years of age should not be given more than 500 ml (2 cups) of milk per day

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23/01

By Pune Times Mirror

Hypertension scores high in Pune women

A healthcare drive has revealed that over 20,000 women aged 18 years or above suffer from hypertension while around 16,000 are hit by diabetes

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20/01

By Hindustan Times

Budget 2023: What healthcare, manufacturing sectors expect from FM Sitharaman

While the healthcare sector is looking forward to increasing overall funding, the manufacturing industry is banking on Budget 2023 to resurrect its sector.

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20/01

By Mint

Union Budget 2023: What the healthcare sector expects from FM Sitharaman

Pre-budget expectations survey showed an increase in demand for making pharmaceutical investments more attractive

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19/01

By Maharashtra Times

लहान मुलाच्या जेवणाचा पर्याय दूध असू शकतो का, तज्ज्ञांचे मत

Can Milk Be Substitute For Child Meal: दूध हे प्रथिने, कॅल्शियम, फॉस्फरस आणि व्हिटॅमिन ए चा चांगला स्रोत आहे. मात्र लहान मुलांसाठी जेवण म्हणून हा पर्याय योग्य आहे

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16/01

By Healthshots

I go on a sneeze fest every morning, and here’s why it happens

Do you sneeze the moment you wake up in the morning? Know the causes and if it something dangerous you should look out for.

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20/01

By The Indian Express

After 14 surgeries, 35-year-old West Bengal native is now able to walk

The damaged artery in the patient’s left leg was reconstructed under a microscope and the blood flow was restored and the bleeding stopped, recalled the doctors at a Pune hospital who initially planned to amputate the limb.

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18/01

By News 18

Your Blood Pressure May Rise In Winter, Here's How You Can Manage It

During winter, it is essentially important for us to make the right lifestyle changes to ensure that our blood pressure levels are fine.

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18/01

By Hindustan Times

Hypertension: Simple tips to control blood pressure amid cold wave

Winter can play havoc with your blood pressure levels. Here's what people should remember about their routine, dietary habits and activity levels.

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12/01

By Hindustan Times

Active Covid cases report slight decrease in Pune district

Officials said that genome sequencing is underway and that the results are awaited to confirm whether or not there are any fresh variants in the state

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11/01

By Healthshots

Winter smog: 5 natural ways to keep your lungs healthy

With smog, pollution and Covid-19 around, why not start protecting our lungs. Here are 5 ways to naturally clean your lungs.

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24/02

By The Indian Express

Covid-19: Amid growing concerns about their adverse effects, your basic guide to understanding mRNA vaccines

Vaccines help prevent infection by preparing the body to fight foreign pathogens like bacteria, viruses, etc. All vaccines introduce a harmless piece of a particular bacteria or virus into the body, triggering an immune response

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10/01

By Pune Times Mirror

Non-availability of Covishield slows precautionary dose campaign in city

The non-availability of Covishield doses has led to poor response for COVID-19 precautionary shots. The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has been awaiting the supply of Covishield vaccine doses since last month.

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07/01

By ABP Live

श्रीलंकेचा क्रिकेट समालोचक कुमारा संगकारा पुण्यात आजारी पडला; रुबी...

श्रीलंकेचा क्रिकेट समालोचक कुमारा संगकारा यांच्यावर रुबी हॉल क्लिनिकमध्ये यशस्वी उपचार करण्यात आले. भारत-श्रीलंका सामन्याच्या एक दिवस अंग थरथर कापत असल्याने त्यांना उपचारासाठी रुबी हॉल क्लिनिकमध्ये हलवण्यात आलं होतं.

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06/01

By Loksatta

श्रीलंकेचा माजी क्रिकेटपटू कुमार संगकारा यांच्यावर रुबी हॉल...

संगकाराच्या शरीरातील पाण्याची पातळी कमी झाल्याचे (डिहायड्रेशन) तसेच ताप यामुळे त्यांना थकवा असल्याचे निदान करण्यात आले.होतं.

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06/01

By Hindustan Times

Kumara Sangakkara discharged from Ruby Hall Clinic

The doctor who treated Sangakkara, Dr Shridhar Deshmukh, physician and intensivist at Ruby Hall Clinic, said that a doctor had visited Sangakkara at home when he complained of high-grade fever with chills, headache, and irritable bowels

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06/01

By The Times Of India

Injured in road accident, Maharashtra BJP MLA Jaykumar Gore

PUNE: Bharatiya Janata Party (MLA) Jaykumar Gore, who sustained injuries after an SUV he was travelling in along with three others fell into a ditch, has now been discharged.

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23/02

By Loksatta

अपेक्षांच्या ओझ्यातून विद्यार्थ्यांमध्ये ‘एक्झाम अँक्झायटी’

रुबी हॉल क्लिनिकच्या डॉ. ऋचा श्रीखंडे म्हणाल्या, की आपण उत्तीर्ण होणार नाही, अनुत्तीर्ण झालो तर कुटुंबीय, मित्रमैत्रिणी काय म्हणतील, मला किमान ८५-९० टक्के गुण मिळवायलाच हवेत, असे अनेक विचार विद्यार्थ्यांच्या मनात असतात.

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