WEIGHT MANAGEMENT IN RAMDAN

Ramadan is a special time of worship for Muslims. The thirty day period of fasting can be challenging with weight loss & fat loss goals. But it is very possible to complete the holy month fasting with progressive results towards fat loss & weight loss goals. Key for achievement in goals is proper planning & right guidance on diet & exercise. Calories-After a full day of fast your hunger hormones (ghrelin) will be very high there will be more chances [...]

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Safe Fasting With Diabetes

Ramadan Is a great opportunity to break the chains of bad eating habits. What we eat outside our fasting is crucial to our health. Diet should be simple but nutritious. It should be less than the normal amount but sufficiently balanced to maintain the health & the activity for the whole month of the Ramadan. Those on blood lowering medication should consult diabetologist for adjustment of doses to prevent blood glucose levels from going either too low or too high. Try [...]

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Complex Hip Replacement Revision Surgery by Dr.Murtaza Adeeb

Dr.Murtaza Adeeb Complex Hip Replacement Revision Surgery brings back mobility to 46-year-old Doctor Pune 5 February 2019: A complex hip replacement revision surgery at Inamdar Hospital gave much needed respite to a 46 year old doctor from Osmanabad. Dr. Dayanand Baburao Kawade who had undergone total hip replacement four years back elsewhere started to experience pain while walking and was unable to put full weight on the right leg. He was also suffering from fever due to infection. A team of [...]

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Multiple Finger Re-Implants | Dr.Sumit Saxena

Dr. Sumit Saxena, Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon from Inamdar Hospital re-implants Multiple fingers. Multiple fingers re-implants that too at a distal level (in this case middle of proximal phalanx) is a tricky and a difficult operation. With the advancement of micro-surgery, it is now possible to replant a totally amputated finger by restoring blood supply and repairing tendons, nerves, bones etc. Dr. Sumit Saxena at Inamdar Hospital has successfully replanted amputated fingers. The fortunate person was Gopal Pansare(70yrs, male) from Baramati. [...]

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Oral Submucous Fibrosis (OSMF) by – Dr. Pramanik Namrata

It is a chronic, complex, pre-malignant condition of oral cavity in which there is inflammatory reaction and progressive fibrosis of submucosal tissues. As the condition progresses the patient is unable to open  mouth as the jaws get rigid. The codition is associated with chewing of areca nut/betel quid In the initial phase of the disease, the mucosa feels leathery with palpable fibrotic bands. In the advanced stage the oral mucosa loses its resiliency and becomes blanched and stiff. The disease [...]

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Dry Needling Technique to Recover Fast From Running Injuries- by Dr. Darshita Fatnani

Are Running injuries interfering with your performance? Dry needling will help you to recover fast. Achilles tendonitis is the second most common injury experienced by habitual runners. Achilles tendonitis is inflammation of the Achilles tendon as a result of repeated injury (usually tearing). The main symptom is pain often described as burning or aching in the Achilles tendon 1-4 inches above the heel. The pain is usually worse in the morning and aggravated with prolonged activity. There are 3 reasons: 1. [...]

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Mouth Breathing and Tooth Decay by Dr. Pramanik Namrata

People who sleep with their mouth open are more prone to dental caries. Saliva/spit coats the teeth to prevent dental decay. In mouth breathers, as they suffer from the dry mouth the protective action by saliva is decreased. The tooth starts to loose its minerals when ph drops below 5.5(ph is used to determine the acidity or basicity of water based solution like saliva) Acid producing bacteria thrive in absence of saliva. Acids breakdown the teeth causing cavities and cause [...]

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How to Choose a Mouthwash by Dr. Pramanik Namrata

Though it may seem that all mouthwashes are the same, they are not! There are 2 major categories of mouthwashes-cosmetic and therapeutic. a cosmetic mouth rinse acts as a temporary breath freshner. It contains no agents that help protect teeth against cavities or prevent gingivitis. On the other hand, the therapeutic mouth rinses help prevent cavities and gum disease. If you are prone to cavities you need to choose a mouthwash that contains fluoride, this mineral helps protect your teeth by [...]

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Winter Nutrition by – Dt. Shahenaz Shaikh

Keeping the body well nourished & maintains a healthy diet is a challenge in winter season. Winter holidays with lots of focus on the enjoyment of food are the major obstacle to maintain a healthy routine. Excess intake of refined flour, salt, sugar, alcohol makes stress on immune system. To boost the immunity level & fight the germs that cause the cold & flu include the food rich in antioxidants, vitamin C & beta carotene. 1. Millets are good choice in [...]

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Is root canal treatment painful? by Dr. Pramanik Namrata

The thought of having a root canal done can be pretty nerve racking! Root canal therapy is required when there is an infection in the nerve/pulp of the tooth. Pain in teeth requiring root canal is due to the infection/injury caused to the nerve of the tooth due to decay/fracture in tooth and not due to root canal therapy. Thanks to advancements in the field of dentistry and local anesthetics used to numb the tooth requiring a root canal, this procedure [...]

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