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Tips to Stay Fit when you Work From Home

COVID-19 has brought us down to the confinement of our homes. India, whose COVID-19 positive case count is nearing 900 as of today, March 28, 2020, is under lockdown for 21 days. Here is a list of do’s and don’ts to follow while working from home.

Diet for Seasonal Cold, Flu and Viral Infections

Here’s a set of tips to combat the cold and flu this season. Boost your immunity naturally with herbs, leaves and spices. For personalized care and tips on Nutrition, please visit RxDx Multispeciality Clinic.

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How do you know if you have Colorectal Cancer?

Hey Bangaloreans, how is March going for you?Are you enjoying the spring scented warm breeze?As you huff and puff through the long warm months in this city, juggling office, kid’s school, spouse’s seasonal allergies, you suddenly feel homesick. You call your parents....

Nutrition for Healthy Hair

Some people are genetically blessed with beautiful hair, but for most of us who are not that lucky – albeit hair-wise, hair loss is a nightmare!! But there are abundant rays of hope in the food that we eat. Judicious choice of food can enhance hair growth. And it is...

How dangerous is Coronavirus? Find out

In 1960s, Coronaviruses were first recognized. It is called corona because of their crown-like shape. A coronavirus is like any other common virus that usually causes an infection in your nose, sinuses or throat. Most coronaviruses are not dangerous. However, some type of coronaviruses are serious. In January 2020, following a December 2019 outbreak in China, the World Health Organization (WHO) identified a new type, 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).

Rashes, Blisters, Pain? It can be Herpes Zoster or Shingles

Herpes is also known as Shingles. It is caused by a virus called Varicella-Zoster virus, which is the same virus that causes Chicken pox. So, if you got chicken pox infection in your childhood, even after recovering, this virus remains dormant in your body for very long time and when it is reactivated, it leads to Shingles.




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