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What Everybody Ought To Know About Heart-Healthy Diet

Smoking, diabetes or insulin resistance, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and sedentary lifestyle are some of the key causes of CVD.
Although weight management and regular exercise are critical for keeping your heart healthy, the food you eat plays an equally important role. According to clinical research, healthy lifestyle habits along with heart-healthy diet may reduce the risk of heart disease or stroke by 80%.

There is no single food that can make you magically healthy, so your overall dietary pattern is critical. Here are some important tips for Healthy-Heart Diet

New Year’s Resolutions for Health

The holidays are over and we have stepped into a new year-2020. Everybody makes new resolutions for the New Year. It’s the perfect time to start something new. Many of us will resolve to lose weight, cut down on expenses or tidy the house. But none of this is possible without good health.

How Can I Manage My Diabetes?

Diabetes is rapidly gaining the status of a potential epidemic in India. The incidence of diabetes has grown tenfold, from 1.2% to 12.1%, between 1971 and 2000. It is projected that around 61 million people aged 20-80 years live with diabetes in India. This number is expected to reach 101 million by 2030. Diabetes affects people both in the urban and rural sector though the impact on urban India is higher.

Diet in Asthma

RxDx has a rich lineage of highly experienced GPs who will help you to manage your asthma. Call or Book online for appointments. Now you can also consult our GPs on mfine app.

Proper diet is as important as medicines if you have asthma. Therefore, you should consult a nutritionist to know what to eat and what to avoid in order to have better health with Asthma.

Winters are approaching, have you got Flu shot yet?

Winters are just around the corner and you must have already noticed people sneezing, coughing or having a headache. Welcome to the Flu season! Seasonal cold/ flu/ influenza is a contagious respiratory infection caused by influenza viruses. It causes mild to severe illness. The virus gets transmitted from person to person via droplets. Influenza tends to spread rapidly in seasonal epidemics. It is recognized by a sudden onset of fever, headache, runny nose, cough, body pain, severe malaise (feeling unwell) and sore throat. Sometimes, the cough may last for 2 or more weeks. Usually, people recover from fever and other symptoms within a week without any medical intervention. However, it can cause severe illness leading to death especially in people at high risk. Worldwide, these annual flu epidemics have resulted in about 3 to 5 million cases of severe illness and around 2,90,000 to 6,50,000 deaths. It can lead to high levels of absenteeism at work/school and productivity losses. Clinics and hospitals can get overcrowded during peak illness periods. Who is at a higher risk for complications or severe illness due to Flu? It includes: Kids between the age of 6 months and 5 years People older than 65 years Pregnant women Patients with chronic medical conditions like lung diseases, heart disease, liver disease, blood disorders, diabetes, cancer, neurological disorders, long term immunosuppressive therapy, and HIV/ AIDS Health care workers How does Flu/cold spread? Influenza Transmission: When a person having flu, coughs or sneezes, small droplets containing viruses are spread into the air and can infect other people in close proximity who breathe these droplets in. The infection can...

How Exercise Benefits My Heart Health?

Who doesn’t know that exercise is very good for our health? But how many of us are able to spare some time from our busy schedules and exercise regularly. To motivate you, let us tell one more significant advantage of exercise- it improves our heart health and helps us in preventing heart diseases. In fact, regular physical activity is one of the best things you can do for your heart health.

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