Doctors in Mallya Hospital
Treatment Of Acne/Pimples
Treatment of Headaches
Treatment of Hair Fall
Treatment of Hair Loss
Treatment of Pregnancy and related Disorder
Treatment of Female Hair Loss
Treatment of Dandruff
Treatment of Greying Hair
Treatment of Black Spots on Skin
Treatment of Hair Growth
Skin Whitening Procedures
Treatment Of Acne Scars
Treatment of Irregular Periods
Treatment of Oily Skin
Treatment of Rashes
Glowing Skin Procedures
Management of Dark Skin
Hair Health Treatment Procedures
Treatment & Management of Stress
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Homeopathy is a system of alternative medicine that has a solution for almost all your health issues. The best part of this mode of treatment is that it doesn’t cause any side-effects. At a time when people are suffering from many recurrent diseases, the need for an expert homeopath becomes mandatory.
One of the most dreaded diseases of all times, Cancer has often been presumed to be incurable by a lot of people. Unfortunately Cancer driven deaths have grown in number, significantly over the past few years. Despite the fact that medical science has made substantive progress in the realm of cancer research, the mortality rate continues to be fairly high. Consequently, a lot of people have been seeking alternative therapies. Homeopathy is one such avenue that many would vouch for. The treatment of Cancer can be quite successful with Homeopathy, often in conjunction with allopathic medicine in advanced cases.
I am doing over masturbation when I was 15. Now I am 16 and I completely left doing masturbation. But now my body become weak and thin. I think my growth would stop. Does I can built a fit and strong body again. How I again strengthen my body. My body bones becomes exposed. My height and weight also stop increasing.
-1-hello doctor I have black and white spots on my face as my skin colour is white so it look odd and some different on my face -2 my hand skin had become to black due sunburn so what we can do for it -3- by which natural way we can active and glow our skin.
What we know about breast cancer continues to change as new research gives more insight into how it develops and how it can be treated. However, there are still a lot of misconceptions that can lead to unnecessary delays in getting the right preventive and curative treatment. What are these everyday breast cancer myths and misconceptions?
1. Myth: Deodorants or antiperspirants can cause breast cancer.
Fact: Although there are a lot of rumors about the link between breast cancer and deodorant use, there is no scientific basis for any of them. It has also been claimed that the aluminum in antiperspirants can lead to breast cancer, however, there is no evidence that justifies these claims. The truth is that since aluminum can interfere with x-ray readings during a mammogram, women are asked not to use deodorant or antiperspirant prior to the testing procedure.
2. Myth: Breast cancer does not affect men.
Fact: While it might sound surprising to some people, breast cancer can also occur in men. It is generally detected as a hard lump under the nipple and areola. Unfortunately, in some cases, men do not notice lumps and wait to see their doctor only once the lumps have become large. This delay in treatment results in a higher mortality rate in men. Male breast cancer forms 1% of total breast cancer cases.
3. Myth: Underwired bras can cause breast cancer.
Fact: This is probably one of the most unfounded myths about breast cancer. The kind of bra a woman wears has no connection to whether or not she will develop breast cancer.
4. Myth: A lump in your breast means you have breast cancer.
Fact: Not all lumps found in the breast are cancerous or malignant. In a lot of cases, the lump is benign, meaning it is non-cancerous. Often the lump is a cyst or a fibroadenoma i.e. a non-cancerous abnormal growth. In fact, 9 out of 10 breast lumps are not cancerous.
The doctor may still advise you to have surgery to remove the mass, but this does not mean it is cancerous. If you do discover a lump during a self-exam, it is essential that you consult with a specialist to ascertain whether it is malignant or benign and what treatment plan is required.
Remember that it is also common for women to develop lumps in the breasts at different times during the menstrual cycle, so don’t jump to conclusions before speaking to a specialist.
5. Myth: Breast cancer always manifests in the form of a lump.
Fact: Although a lump can be indicative of breast cancer, it’s also important to look out for other unusual symptoms that may signal breast cancer. Nipple retraction is a key symptom to watch out for. A mammogram is effective in detecting breast cancer that does not have overt symptoms.
Indians have been pioneers in smoking since 2000BC when cannabis was smoked and is first mentioned in Atharveda. There are about 120 million active smokers in India and they constitute approximately 12% of worldwide smokers.
Before cigarettes were manufactured smoking was done with chillums or pipes. Hookah smoking is still prevalent in villages where the smoke passes through a water container before inhalation. Smokeless tobacco is more commonly used in India than cigarette or bidis (tobacco rolled in leaf). A statutory health warning was introduced on cigarette packs in 1975 in our country and Cigarette and other Tobacco Products Act (COPTA) was enforced in May 2004.
However, the published estimates show that 35% of males still smoke and the incidence of smoking is increasing amongst females. About 80% of children below the age of 16 years have used some form of tobacco and about 50% may continue to do so in their adulthood.
Although the ill – effects of tobacco are well known, its addictive nature (due to nicotine) does not allow a person to give up the consumption of tobacco. According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), tobacco contributes to 30% of all cancers amongst men and women of our country. Mouth cancer followed by lung cancer is the commonest cancer in men. 42% of male and 18% of female deaths are attributed to tobacco-related cancers in India.
69 of the 4800 chemicals found in tobacco cause cancer. As per the statistics, tobacco is responsible for one death every second.
Tobacco either smoked or smokeless is a silent, relentless killer that is responsible for the ill health of not only the consumer but also the family due to second – hand – smoke, especially for young children and pregnant women, and loss of life at a younger age.
Besides lung and mouth cancer, tobacco causes cancer of the voice box (larynx), oesophagus (food – pipe), bladder, kidney, stomach, pancreas and colon. A pledge to stop tobacco use either as cigarette/ bidi or as smokeless tobacco can reduce the total burdens of cancers by 30% and save many young lives.