Fusion workouts

October 13th, 2014


Over the years, people have been giving much thought to physical fitness and fighting obesity or to generally keep healthy. There a number of workout routines, that have their own benefits. But since each workout offers a different set of benefits, most people are lost on what to adopt in daily life. What could be…



September 29th, 2014


Bronchitis is a respiratory infection that results in inflammation on the bronchial tubes, which are the tubes that carry air to the lungs and then back from lungs as well. This inflammation results


Frozen Shoulder

September 23rd, 2014


Have you ever woken up to know that any movement in your shoulder hurts? And it is difficult to carry out your daily life activities because of the pain you feel in the shoulder and the arm even on the slightest movement? You might be facing a frozen shoulder.


Fennel Seeds

September 17th, 2014


Fennel seeds or saunf are a major part of desi cooking. We use fennel seeds in pulao, some curries, as a mouth freshener, as part of “paan masala”, as medicine etc. Fennel is a herb with a pleasant taste and good smell. Fennel seeds were native to the Mediterranean cuisine, though now it is used…



September 8th, 2014


Thalassemia is a blood disorder that is genetically transferred to the children by the parents. A thalassemia patient has low hemoglobin and lesser red blood cells than a normal human being. A person with mild thalassemia may not need treatment, but severe forms require proper medical treatment, which is blood transfusions. Typical thalassemia symptoms are…



September 1st, 2014


Over the years, many children have been found facing learning disabilities or disorders. One of these is dyslexia. Dyslexic children find it difficult to identify certain speech sounds and relating them to words and letters. As a result, they sometimes cannot read properly, or have a difficulty in writing certain letters. Dyslexia is often observable…



August 25th, 2014


Stroke is seemingly a simple word, but in medical terms it is an emergency. When blood supply to parts of the brain is interrupted, reduced or cut-off, a stroke happens. Since blood carries oxygen to the brain, a reduced or interrupted blood supply means oxygen deprivation. Brain cells begin to die within minutes of a…



August 18th, 2014


Recently, Pakistan has seen many polio cases being diagnosed and resulting deaths in areas where medical facilities are severely lacking. What exactly is this polio? Let’s take a look. While everyone vaguely knows that polio causes some sort paralysis in legs, not many know that polio is contagious. It is a viral infection that can…



August 11th, 2014


Measles is viral infection that mostly affects children. Measles were the cause of many a death in the yester years but due to progress in medical science the death rate due to measles has been brought down. Children are nowadays given preventive vaccines that helps prevent the child from falling ill with measles. Even after…


Food Poisoning

July 8th, 2014


How many has it happened that you ate some food, only to face an upset stomach, stomach pain, or diarrhea leading to dehydration? Most of the times, the underlying cause is food poisoning. Food gets contaminated from bacteria, viruses, parasites or different toxins which are infectious and can cause illness. These organisms can attack food…


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