The modified Atkins diet is a hybrid of the Atkins and ketogenic diets. A modified Atkins diet heavy in fat and low in carbs. When this is combined with medicines it may lessen seizures in epilepsy patients, according to an Indian study. It was published online in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy […]
Deaths from sudden heart attacks after COVID infection have increased alarmingly in India
In India, the incidence of heart attacks and heart failure has increased by 25-30 per cent in people who got infected with Covid. India is currently having a difficult time since the death rate from heart attacks is on the rise following the COVID-19 outbreak. The nation has seen a significant increase in cases of […]
Why India’s announcement of mental health programme in its budget marked a significant step forward
It is very significant and very encouraging that the Indian government has launched a nationwide programme to raise awareness of mental health issues. The coronavirus pandemic and its ramifications have left the world in shock and will likely continue to do so. The unprecedented crisis is beginning to replace the old standard. COVID-19 has killed […]
Why do Indians get more heart disease?
The findings run counter to the widespread belief that Indians experience more heart disease as a result of the narrow diameter of their arteries. According to a study from the Department of Cardiology and Radiology at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi, India, Indians are more likely to develop coronary artery disease (heart disease) due to […]
Why has the number of cardiac arrests among young Indians suddenly increased?
The prevalence of heart problems in young Indians has been connected to factors such as mental stress, physical health, Covid and other factors. The heartbreaking passing of musician Krishnakumar Kunnath, also known as KK, after a heart attack has renewed attention on the worrisome rise in fatal cases of the ailment among Indians under 60. […]
Brain mapping technology is introduced for the first time in India at a Delhi hospital
The nation’s first brain mapping tool, connectomics/Quicktome, was introduced by Delhi’s IBS Hospital. With the development of such individualised brain mapping, brain surgery and other types of cancer therapy have become considerably safer, and because of the accuracy, harm to crucial brain regions can be avoided. This is an example of a medical science advance […]
Study finds that 1 in 100 Indians has a concealed cardiac risk
A person with a problem may appear to be in good health, but they are vulnerable to risky cardiac electrical activity patterns that could result in palpitations, blackouts, or even death. A study of 1,029 genomes revealed that one in 100 apparently healthy Indians carries genetic abnormalities associated to heart electrical problems that might cause […]
The Indian firm’s RT-PCR kit for monkeypox generate result in 50 minutes
Genes2Me, based in Gurugram, India, announced the development of an RT-PCR testing kit to detect monkeypox virus, which reportedly provides results in just 50 minutes. Monkeypox symptoms include a rash, fever, exhaustion, muscle aches, vomiting, and chills. Most people recover on their own after a few weeks. According to World Health Organization data, 99 percent […]