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Drug abuse is a consistent and patterned use of psychoactive substances, including alcohol and illicit drugs, where the users end up harming themselves or others. It would be a mistake to view drug abuse and addiction as strictly a social problem. Drug abuse should be recognised as a disease that impacts the brain. Thus, just […]

International Self Care Day

The phrase “prevention is better than cure” highlights the importance of self-care. The World Self-Medication Industry, an NGO, in association with World Health Organization celebrates 24th of July as International Self-Care day. The objective of this endeavour is to raise the profile of healthy lifestyle self-care programmes around the world. Fast Facts: Around 80% of premature heart diseases, […]

Leave no Room for Doubt

Ensure that your Customers Choose you ! In this tech-age, our members are increasingly choosing the most convenient way to plan their hospitalization; through our revolutionary eCashless service on the MediBuddy portal and app, where your customers are able to get a provisional pre-authorization even before stepping into your hospital. And on this platform, they […]

Thrill your customers with all the information they seek!

All customers are unique, and have their own set of requirements for out-patient services such as medical tests, consultations and health checks. When it comes to making a choice of a health check package or a specialist, customers grade their preferences on different parameters; such as the list of tests in a package, rates and […]

This Little Tiger can be Injurious to your Health!

The Asian Tiger mosquito is  a carrier of the dangerous Dengue Fever and inflicts painful bites on humans. Dengue is a viral disease which can affect anyone but is likely to be more serious in people with compromised immune systems. Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a more severe form of the viral illness which can be life-threatening. […]

Prevent hepatitis…Act now!

26-year old Neeta was experiencing nausea, fatigue and abdominal pain. She had a young baby to take care of and worked for two-three shifts twice a week. She, therefore, assumed that the tiredness maybe because of her lifestyle. With time she was not able to tolerate most of the food items and went to see […]

Breast Milk: The Ultimate Gift from You to Your Baby

World Breastfeeding Awareness Week, coordinated by World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) is celebrated every year from 1st to 7th August in more than 170 countries. Supported by WHO and UNICEF, it aims to encourage breastfeeding and improve the health of babies around the world. This year the week focuses on global action to encourage women to […]

Understanding Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, a disease that affects the brain. Problems with memory, thinking and behaviour are the common symptoms of AD. Most people who develop AD do so after the age of 65, but people under this age can also become a victim. Physical activity, proper diet, cardiovascular […]