Do you indulge in extensive and excessive exercises? Do you feel very tired after exercising? Are your muscles very sore and do you feel a lot of pain, fever and nausea after exercise? Well, if you answered yes to any of these, it is better to check if you have Rhabdomyolysis. The name might sound… Read More Understanding Rhabdomyolysis
A study conducted by Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, AIIMS shows that about 20-25% of Indian women of childbearing age are suffering from PCOS. While 60% of women with PCOS are obese, 35-50% have fatty liver, 70% have insulin resistance and 60-70% have high level of androgen and 40- 60% have glucose intolerance. Polycystic ovary… Read More PCOS/PCOD – an essential guide
Praising Your Child – Raise or Reduce? The terms ‘good boy’ and ‘good girl’ have been used since the mid-1800s by parents, mentors, teachers towards children. The idea of using praise to motivate children really took off after the publication of ‘The Psychology of Self-Esteem’ in 1969, which suggested that many of the problems among… Read More How Much Should You Praise Your Child?