Tips to Prevent Eye Strain due to Excessive Screen Time

by Dr Shibal Bhartiya MS on Jun 30, 2020

Excessive screen time can lead to eye strain and dry eyes. Some people may also get headaches and soreness of the eyes. Here are some tips to minimize eye strain when using computers.

Take frequent breaks

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Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics

Inculcating Healthy Eating Habits Among Children

by Ms. Sandhya Pandey on Sep 27, 2019

The first year of life is characterized by rapid developmental changes related to eating.  As infants gain truncal control, they progress from sucking liquids in a supine or semi-reclined position to eating solid foods in a seated position.

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Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery

Cardiac Health for Women

by Dr. Udgeath Dhir on Sep 27, 2019
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Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Hepatitis And Pregnancy

by on Jul 27, 2019

Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. It may occur without symptoms, although jaundice is the major manifestation of hepatitis. In jaundice, the serum bilirubin (liver enzyme) level increases beyond 2 mg % causing yellow discolouration of the skin, mucus membrane and conjunctiva of eyes along with decreased appetite, fatigue and weakness.

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Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Ovarian Cyst

by Dr. Nupur Gupta on Jul 12, 2019

An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled sac or cyst developed on one of the ovaries. Most women get at least one pus-filled cyst during their life. Some cysts do not pain, neither do they show any symptom. It is pretty common for a woman to be suffering from ovarian cyst without even realizing.

The ovary is one of the important parts of the female reproductive mechanism. There are two ovaries in the women’s body. Located on both sides of the uterus, ovaries are responsible for producing eggs and hormones such as estrogen and progesterone.

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Thoracic Surgery

Pleural Empyema

by Dr. Narendra Agarwal on Feb 07, 2019
Pleural empyema is a collection of pus in the area between the lungs and the inner surface of the chest wall (pleural space). It is caused by microorganisms, usually bacteria. Empyema can develop after pneumonia (infection of the lung tissue), injury, or chest surgery. Pus in the pleural space can’t be coughed out. Instead, it needs to be drained by a needle or surgery.
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Gastroenterology and Hepatobiliary Sciences

Myths and Facts About Hepatitis B

by Dr. Gourdas Choudhari on Aug 01, 2018

By Dr. Gourdas Choudhari, Director & HOD, Gastroenterology & Hepatobilliary Sciences at Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon

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Mental Health and Behavioural Sciences

Adolescent Drug Use: Steps Forward

by on Aug 01, 2018

There is an increase in the availability and usage of substances by youth both recreationally and regularly on account of habituation or addiction. This enhanced attraction towards and dependence on drugs is associated with many factors.

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Gastroenterology and Hepatobiliary Sciences

10 things you should know about hepatitis

by Dr. Avnish Seth on Aug 01, 2018

According to Dr. Avnish Seth, Director, Gastroenterology at Fortis Memorial Research Institute- “For the World Hepatitis Day 2018, with the theme of “Eliminate Hepatitis” the WHO has already redefined their mission.

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Lymphoma - A Curable Blood Cancer

by Dr.Rahul Bhargav on Jun 14, 2018

For ages now, the Diagnosis of Lymphoma has been considered a diagnosis of death. Whether it’s a patient or an attending physician, the diagnosis of Lymphoma brings a sense of fatality, with a fear that survival with the disease is just not possible.

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