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Clinic Address
Plot No 1201, Phase - 1, Kachnar Road
Gurgaon, Haryana - 122002
Details for Dr. Jagdish Prasad Mehrotra
G.S.V.M. Medical College - Kanpur University, UP
KGMC - Lucknow
Professional Memberships
Red Cross Life Member
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
Gold Medal In Public Health
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Past Experience
Joint Director Distt 1976 - 2010 at Uttar Pradesh State Health Services
CMO at T B Hospital
Senior Medical Officer 2010 - 2012 at ART Centre Safai Etawah
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Senior Medical Officer 2013 - 2015 at CGHS Dispensary Gurgaon
Consultant Medical Officer at Merry Silver Clinic Gurgaon
  • MBBS, D.P.H
    General Physician
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  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician

    Zinc is an trace mineral
    It is needed for immunity system proper functioning and plays role in cell division, cell growth, hormone production, wound healing and carbohydrates breakdown. Besides this it is needed for senses of smell and taste and enhances the action of insulin
    For growth and development during pregnancy, infancy and childhood zinc is required.
    It may reduce the risk of common cold if taken regularly for 5 month( Recent study)
    Animal protein e.g. Beef, pork and Lamb other good sources are nuts, grains, legumes and yeast. Fruits and vegetables are not good source of zinc.
    It is a supplement of multivitamins in the form of Zinc gluconate, Zinc sulphate or Zinc acetate.
    Sign and symptoms of deficiency

    Note:(Deficiency is more common in vegetarian than non vegetarian)

    Frequent infection
    Hypogonadism in males
    Loss of hairs
    Poor appetite
    Skin sore
    Slow growth
    Sense of smell and Taste problem
    Poor wound healing
    If taken in excess may cause abdominal cramps, Diarrhea and vomiting along with deficiency of Copper or iron
    Weight gain or weight loss
    Nerve dysfunction.
    Increase risk of Infertility
    Increase risk of Diabetes
    Zinc requirements: It varies in different age group


    0-6 months: 2 milligrams/day
    7-12 months: 3 milligrams/day

    1-3 years: 3 milligrams/day
    4-8 years: 5 milligrams/day
    9 -13 years: 8 milligrams/day
    Adolescents and adults:

    Males age 14 and over: 11 milligrams/day
    Females age 14 to 18 years: 9 milligrams/day
    Females age 19 and over: 8 milligrams/day
  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician
    Benefits of Broccoli

    1. Improves bone health

    2. Improves skin texture
  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician
    Your hangouts with your loved ones more often than not are determined by the locales. And, when I say locales, in the modern urban context, flamboyant or not quite fancy cafes and eateries dominate your imagination. One of the most brazen consequences of such hangouts is the increased consumption of junk and oily food. In fact, for many of us, the idea of good times is inextricably linked to consumption of good food which inevitably reads as junk food. Junk food craving is something we are all culpable of. While most of us know about the health implications that junk food entails, we usually choose to elide over them for the sake of our hunger pangs. However, there are certain ailments that accrue from the intake of junk foods and which, if neglected, can lead to certain grave consequences.

    Causes diabetes

    Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases in the contemporary times. Affecting people from all age groups, diabetes has assumed almost an epidemic stature. Junk food consumption is one of the most blaring causes of diabetes. These kind of foods are not only deficient in fibers but also the heavy oil content of the junk food misbalances your metabolism and spurs off other medical conditions like obesity.

    Increases the chances of digestive malfunctions

    Since the junk foods are usually fried in oil and are brimming with fats, they are most suited to disrupt the normalcy in the process of digestion. As they get deposited on the linings of the stomach walls, the production of acid gets increased, leading to diseases like gerd and ibs.

    Causes kidney diseases

    Junk food addition is a scientifically proven vicious cycle. Most junk foods contain finely processed salts which stimulate enzymes, which turn disrupt the salt balance in your body. This results in a situation of hypertension in the body and affects the kidney functioning to a large extent.

    Increases the risk of heart diseases

    Junk foods are extremely rich in trans fats which spike up the cholesterol levels in your blood. This excess potentially raises the risk of inflammation in the blood vessels and emerge as chronic threats to the normal functioning of the heart.

    Leads to depression

    Statistically, the largest proportion of junk food consumers is between the ages of 12 to 35. Consequently, this age group is also susceptible to the most rancid hormonal imbalances. Junk food, injects an abnormal quantity of salts in the body, thus affecting the hormonal levels. This makes them vulnerable to depressions and mood swings.

    Memory and learning problems

    Junk food rich in sugar & fat suppress the activity of a brain peptide called bdnf (brain- derived neurotrophic factor) which ultimately lead to inflammation in the hippocampus area of the brain which is responsible for learning and memory formation.

    Risk of dementia

    Unlike pancreas insulin is also produced in the brain which carries the signals between the nerve cells and forming memories, but this process is hampered due to increase the increase level of insulin in the body and brain stops responding to hormones and become resistant thus increasing.
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  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician
    Four benefits of broccoli

    Broccoli belongs to the cruciferous vegetable family, which includes kale cauliflower.

    Nutritional breakdown of broccoli

    One cup of chopped broccoli ((approximately 91 grams) contains:

    Calories - 31kcal fat nil carbohydrate - 6 gms (2 gms sugar and 2 grams of fiber) protein - 3gms

    Vitamin c, k, a, folate and potassium

    Possible health benefits of broccoli:

    Broccoli decreases the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease. Broccoli reduces weight

    1. Cancer: it contains sulphoraphane which has cancer fighting power thus it lowers the risk of lung, colon, prostate, pancreatic, liver and esophageal cancer. It also contains vitamin folate which decreases the risk of breast cancer in women.

    2. Improves bone health: it contains vitamin k which helps in calcium absorption and reducing urinary excretion of calcium. (one cup of broccoli provides 92 microgram of vitamin k and 43 mg of calcium)

    3. Improve skin texture: it is rich in antioxidant vitamin c (81 mg in one cup). Vitamin a and e. Vitamin c plays vital role in the formation of collagen. Thus it helps in fighting skin damage caused by the sun and pollution, reduce wrinkles and improve overall skin texture.

    4. Digestion and natural detoxification: broccoli is rich in fiber which maintains healthy digestive tract thus prevents constipation. Dietary fiber regulates the immune system inflammation. High fiber lowers the risk of developing coronary heart disease, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, and certain gastrointestinal diseases along with it lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, improve insulin sensitivity, and enhance weight loss for obese individuals.

    Note: broccoli left at room temperature becomes fibrous and woody.(so store it in refrigerator). Broccoli contains vitamin k which plays role in blood coagulation hence warfarin should be avoided.
  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician
    Platelet are the thinnest cells in the blood stream. It look like plates in their non-active state, but in active state the tentacles that seems to the shape of spider or an octopus. Like other blood cells it is also made in blood marrow. Role of platelet is to protect the body against excessive loss of blood, during injury. In the presence of wound or injury these cells migrate to site and bind the damaged blood vessels and forms the clot.

    In human body normally the platelet count range is 1,50000 - 4,50000/ micro litre. When the count is above the 4, 50000 /micro litre it is called Thrmbocythemia or Thrmbocytosis. The term Thrmbocythemia is used when the cause of higher platelet count is not known i.e. Primary or essential thrmbocythemia. this condition occurs when the faulty cells in the bone marrow make too many platelets. While the higher platelet count due to any disease it is called secondary or reactive Thrmocytosis which more common than the thrmocythemia.

    When the count is below 1, 50000/micro litre the condition is called Thrmocytopenia. Low platelet count may result bleeding from nose, gums, under the skin (Purpura) in the forearm and pinpoint bleeds (Petachia) on the legs. In women long and heavy periods. Treatment should be initiated before the bleeding occurs because some time a huge drop of Platelet count is sudden which may result uncontrolled bleeding resulting life threatening condition i.e. Shock or Organ failure.
    Platelet Count Risk of Bleeding
    >100.000/micro litre No abnormal bleeding after surgery
    50.000 - 100.000/micro litre The patient bleeds more than normal after an injury
    20.000 - 50.000/micro litre Easy hemorrhage even with a small injury
    <20.000/micro litre The patient may bleed spontaneously (with or without injury)

    Treatment for Low Platelet Count:

    When the platelet count comes down comes down 10,000-20,000 then transfusion of Platelets is required or some sort of bleeding present in nose, gum where skin is present. Otherwise take Natural food which increases the low Platelet count.

    10 Foods That Increase Platelet Count

    1. Anar (Pomegranate): It is rich in iron and also contains vitamins. This fruit help to combat increasing Platelet reduction with regular consumption of vitamins to keep your energy levels steady.

    2. Milk : It it has high calcium which helps to regenerate the Platelet. Calcium content with vitamin K and milk protein 'Fibrinogen' increases the Platelet count and improves the blood's ability to form the clot. Calcium deficiency can lead to your body much longer time in forming clot.

    3. Folate Rich Food : Folate or B9 is essential for healthy cell division in the body. Sever deficiency of folate in body can result reduction in Blood Platelet. Daily intake of Folate is 400mg is required. When Platelet count is low it's consumption increases the Platelet count. Food rich in Folate are Asparagus, Orange juice,Spinach and fortified cereals.

    4. Lean Proteins: Lean proteins food are excellent source of Zinc and Vitamin 12 which are essential to reverse the effects of thramocytopenia. In case of reduced Platelet count take food like soya bean, spinach (Palak) ,black beans,cow's milk, white of egg, Oatmeal, Fish and white meat chicken.

    5. Papaya: Extract of leaf of papaya is excellent for overall blood production and increases the Platelet count (Prepare extract of leaves by boiling leaves in medium heat for 15 minutes with water and wait till the water is down to half ). Take leaf extract 2tsb twice daily.

    6. Cod Liver Oil and Flax Seed Oil: These oils strengthen the Immune system many autoimmune disorders are cause of Thrmbocytopenia or low Platelet count. These oils reduce the inflammation of in the body and improve the blood circulation throughout the body.

    7. Vitamin A Rich Food: Vitamin A is essential for healthy platelet production, it also plays role in formation of Protein in body which helps in the process of cell division and growth. Carrot, Pumpkin, Kale and Sweet Potatoes (Sakarkandi).

    8. Chlorophyll from Wheat grass: Wheat grass juice contains 70% of chlorophyll (The Plant Hemoglobin) and has a strong effect of overall blood production and increases the Platelet count. Take half a cup per day.

    9. Vitamin K Rich Food: Vitamin K keeps cell growth at optimum level in the body. Life of platelets is only 10 days which is to be compensated continually to maintain the lost amount in the body, hence high calorie food for ideal production of blood platelets and vitamin K is one of the ingredient available in Eggs, Green leafy vegetables, Kale, Frozen Spinach, Mustard Greens Broccoli for Liver.

    10. Macrobiotic diet: To combat Thrombocytopenia in patients an vital anti inflammatory diet is recommended by Platelet Disorder Association which help in optimum blood production e.g. Whole grains, vegetables and organic beans is recommended while animal protein is to be avoided except Fish Yogurt and cheese.
  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician
    NCD's are emerging as a major global problem which can controlled by taking certain measures. It's a non infectious disease resulted from hereditary factors, lifestyle factors (diseases of affluence) e. g. Hypertension, Diabetes, Cardiovascular diseases, Cancer and mental health problems,Asthma, Atherosclerosis allergy. It is responsible for almost 60% of World deaths and constitute 43% of the Global burden of diseases.

    If we see Rising Chronic Disease Burdens of following Diseases in India, the data are alarming and requires urgent intervention in policy matter.
    Disease Year 2007 Year 2025
    Hypertension 125 Million 214 Million
    Diabetes 41 Million 69 Million+
    Tobacco 1 Million 2 Million+

    Can I prevent CVD? Yes by evaluating overself
    S. No Risk Factors High Risk Low Risk No Risk
    Risk Factors Associated With Heart Disease1 Walk(Minimum 35 Minutes) Nil 3-4 days/week 5-7 days / week
    2 Obesity(BMI) >26 <25 <24
    3 Smoking(Tobacco) >1 / day 1/ day Nil
    4 Yoga Nil 3 -4 days/ week 5-7 days/week
    5 Stress 150% 100% 50%
    6 Meditation Nil 3 -4 days/week 5-7 days/week
    7 Zero Oil 70% 90% 100%
    8 Vegetarianism >6 days <6 days 100%
    9 Fruits, Salad and Vegetable Intake Nil 15% >50%
    10 Milk and Dairy(Double Toned Milk) >300 ml 300 ml 200 ml
    11 Serum Cholesterol 180 ml/dll 150 ml/dll 130 ml/dll
    12 Serum Triglycerides 160 ml/dll 130 ml/dll 100 ml/dll
    13 HDL <40 mg/ dll <50 mg/dll >60 mg/dll
    14 LDL >190 mg/dll >130 mg/dll <100 mg/dll
    15 Cholesterol HDL Ratio >6:1 > 5:1 <4:1
    16 BP Systolic/ Diastolic >140/ >100mm/hg >130/ >190 mm/hg 120 / 80 mm/hg
    17 Blood Sugar Fasting / PP >110/ >200 <110/ <160 <100/ <140

    Regular blood tests are recommended for people who are at higher risk of developing high cholesterol. Routine cholesterol testing may be necessary if you:

    Are a man over 40
    Are a woman over 50
    Are a postmenopausal woman
    Have heart disease or have had a stroke
    Have diabetes
    Have a close relative (mother, father, sister, brother) with heart disease or high cholesterol
    Are overweight, physically inactive, smoke and/or drink excessively
    Have physical signs of high cholesterol such as fatty deposits on your skin or tendons
    Have high blood pressure

    Let's start the start the intervention today!
  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician
    Four reasons lowering your food intake won't result in weight loss

    Our body requires a good supply of nutrients to remain healthy but we forget this principle and starts dieting or starving to lose the weight.

    Just by reducing calories/day won't help in losing weight. An average healthy person requires 1800-2000 calories /day. If your calorie intake is more than that then it is required to burn out extra calories to come on track with your weight loss plan.

    Consumption of high calorie food (chocolate, dry fruits, ice cream, butter, ghee, pizza, panner, oily, junk processed food) and cut down on the healthy regular food fulfills your calorie requirement but does not work on your weight loss plan because consumption of excess calorie intake at a single time leads to accumulation of fat.

    To cut down regular food intake especially breakfast results feeling of hunger after some time and to compensate it persons eat more which again add up your calorie. Hence never cut down on your food.
    Instead of lowering your caloric intake, cut down on the intake of sugar, salt, and fried foods. This is because excessive intake of sugar not only increases your hunger it also suppresses satiety thereby leading to abdominal obesity. Replace fried foods with steamed foods like idli and dhoklas to aid your weight loss.
  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician
    It is the most common problem seen in society today. A migraine is a common neurological condition characterised by a headache, but some people have associated symptoms of eye and ear.
    Classic symptoms of a migraine:

    Severe throbbing headache on one side of head
    Nausea and vomiting
    Sensitivity to light and noise.
    Prefer quite a dark room to sleep

    Vestibular symptoms:

    Sensitivity to motion

    Hearing symptoms:

    Muffled hearing
    Ear fullness
    Ringing in the ear or tinnitus

    Causes of a migraine:
    Migraine headaches probably relate to both abnormal discharges in cells within the brain and to the construction of the walls of the blood vessels in and around the brain. But the exact cause of a migraine is not known. Following are the provocating factors which make the condition worse

    Hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar)
    Stress altered sleep patterns
    Diet fast food, oily food, processed food
    Chocolates, cheeses
    Coffee sodas with caffeine

    Factors related to a migraine

    More common in women than men
    Symptoms are often worse during menstruation
    Family history


    Avoid food, which triggers migraines e.g. Chocolate, alcohol, cheese, oily, spicy, junk and processed food
    Relaxation exercise
    Stress management
    During menstrual period decrease the salt intake and take some diuretic
    Ibruphen for pain after meal
    Other treatment with the advice of neuro physician e.g.
    Beta blockers agents
    Calcium channel blockers
    Tricyclic antidepressants
    Seratonergic agents
    Gabapantin or neurontin
    Acetazolamides or diamox
    Sodium valporate or depakots
    Oxycarbazapine or trieptal
  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician
    In india, 61million people were victims of diabetes in 2011 which is expected to reach 101 million by 2030

    Diabetes disease related to metabolic, in which oxidation of carbohydrates and glucose is not fully detected. Diabetes mellitus is a chronic metabolic disorder in which the body fails to convert sugars, starches, and other foods into energy. Many of the foods you eat are normally converted into a type of sugar called glucose during digestion. The bloodstream then carries glucose through the body. The hormone, insulin, then turns glucose into quick energy or is stored for further use. In diabetic people, the body either does not make enough insulin or it cannot use the insulin correctly. This is why too much glucose builds in the bloodstream.

    The main reason is an irregular meal, mental stress, lack of exercise.

    There are two major types of diabetes:

    1. Type 1: this is popularly known as juvenile onset diabetes. Here, the body produces little or no insulin. It occurs most often in childhood or in the teens and could be inherited. People with this type of diabetes need daily injections of insulin. They must balance their daily intake of food and activities carefully with their insulin shots to stay alive.

    2. Type 2: also known as adult onset diabetes, this occurs around 35 to 40 years. The more common of the two types, it accounts for about 80 percent of the diabetics. Here, though the pancreas produces adequate insulin, body cells show reduced sensitivity towards it. Type 2 diabetes is usually triggered by obesity. The best way to fight it is by weight loss, exercise and dietary control. Sometimes, oral medication or insulin injections are also needed.

    Symptoms of diabetes

    Extreme thirst and hunger
    Frequent urination
    Sores or bruises that heal slowly
    Dry, itchy skin
    Unexplained weight loss
    Unusual tiredness or drowsiness
    Tingling or numbness in the hands or feet are symptoms of diabetes

    Role of diet in diabetes

    A meal of diabetic patient is depending on calories. Which decides on its age, weight, gender, height, working etc. Depending on each person's different dietary chart is created. We must take special care of time and amount of food in diabetes. Here we are giving diet chart for general diabetes patient.

    Diet chart for diabetic patients

    Morning at 6: teaspoon fenugreek (methi) powder + water.

    Morning at 7: 1 cup sugar-free tea + 1-2 mary biscuits.

    Morning at 8: 30: 1 plate upma or oatmeal + half bowl sprouted grains + 100 ml double toned milk without sugar

    Morning at 10: 30: 1 small fruit or lemon water (fruits like kiwi, (black jamun, guava, cherries, peaches, berries, apple, pineapple, pears, papaya, figs, oranges, watermelon, grapefruit, pomegranate, amla.

    Lunch at 1: 2 roti of mixed flour, 1 bowl rice, 1 bowl pulse, 1 bowl yogurt, half cup soybean or cheese vegetable, half bowl green vegetable, one plate salad

    Evening at 4: 1 cup tea without sugar + 1-2 sugar biscuits or toast

    Evening at 6: 1 cup soup

    Dinner at 8: 30: 2 roti of mixed flour, 1 bowl rice, 1 bowl pulse, half bowl green vegetable, one plate salad

    Night at 10.30: take 1 cup cream -free milk without sugar.

    When you feel hungry it is advised to consume raw vegetables, salad, black tea, soups, thin buttermilk, lemon water.

    Avoid these items: molasses, sugar, honey, sweets, dry fruits.

    Foods you must avoid!

    Salt: salt is the greatest culprit for diabetics. You get enough salt from vegetables in inorganic form, so reduce the intake of inorganic salt.
    Sugar: sucrose, a table sugar, provides nothing but calories and carbohydrates. Also, you need calcium to digest sucrose. Insufficient sucrose intake might lead to calcium being leached from the bones. Substitute sucrose with natural sugar, like honey, jaggery (gur), etc.
    Fat: excessive fat intake is definitely not a good habit. Try and exclude fried items from your diet totally. But, remember, you must have a small quantity of oil to absorb fat soluble vitamins, especially vitamin a & e.
    For non-vegetarians: try and stop the intake of red meat completely. Try to go in for a vegetarian diet. If you cannot, decrease the consumption of eggs and poultry. You can, however, eat lean fish two to three times a week.
    Whole milk and products: try to switch to low-fat milk and its products like yogurt (curd). Replace high fat cheese with low-fat cottage cheese.
    Tea and coffee: do not have then two cups of the conventional tea or decaffeinated coffee every day. Try to switch to herbal teas.
    White flour and its products: replace these with whole grains, whole wheat or soya bread and unpolished rice.
    Foods with a high glycemic index: avoid white rice, potatoes, carrots, bread and banana -- they increase the blood-sugar levels.

    Advice for diabetic patients:

    35-40 minute faster walk every day
    Diabetic person should eat food between times intervals like take breakfast in the morning, lunch, some snakes, and dinner
    Avoid oily food
    Intake more fiber foods in meals. It increases glucose level gradually in blood and keeps control
    Fasting is not advisable
    Diabetic person should eat food slowly

    Calorific requirement:

    An obese middle-aged or elderly patient with mild diabetes 1000 -1600 kcal.
    An elderly diabetic but not overweight 1400 -1800 kcal.
    A young active diabetic 1800 -3000 kcal.
    Daily intake of carbohydrate: 1/10th of total calories approximately 180gm.
    Daily intake of protein: 60gm to 110gm.
    Daily intake of fat: 50gm to 150gm.
  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician
    Facts of Sodium

    1. Sodium is a component of salt which is an essential ingredient of our diet. It is also known as sodium chloride (NaCl) in which sodium is 40% and chloride is 60%.

    2. Sodium is an important mineral which maintains water balance in our body.

    3. Sodium regulates the blood pressure with potassium.

    4. It is involved in the proper functioning of both nerve impulses and muscles within the body.

    5. It is added for flavour enhancement and to increase the self-life of certain food.

    6. Processed and preserved food e.g. Cheese, condiments, fast foods, pickles, sauces soup, some frozen vegetables and canned food usually have high sodium content.

    7. It is used as dressing for salad etc.

    8. The body needs only a small amount of sodium to function properly. I. E, 500 milligrams /day. Usually. Fda recommends 2300 milligrams /day.

    9. The sodium portion of the salt is associated with high blood pressure.

    10. In India, hypertension disease burden which in the year 2007 was 125 million is expected to become 214 million by 2025.

    11. It is essential to control the sodium intake which plays an important role in hypertension.

    12. Salt sodium conversion will help us to reduce the sodium content

    A. 1/4 teaspoon salt = 575 mg sodium
    B. 1/2 teaspoon salt = 1, 150 mg sodium
    C. 3/4 teaspoon salt = 1, 725 mg sodiu
    D. 1 teaspoon salt = 2, 300 mg sodium

    13. For optimal heart health, the American heart association recommends people aim to eat no more than 1, 500 milligrams of sodium per day i.e. approximately tsp salt daily
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  • D.P.H, MBBS
    General Physician
    Most of us today live a hectic life be it pressing deadlines or tiring social engagements, but in all this hustle and bustle we tend to often neglect our health. Do we know that today for all of us there is a great need for preventive care, especially in today's world where the threats are magnified. This also includes being able to get the proper guidance to imbibe a healthier lifestyle with regular tests and health checkups that will help us in knowing our present state of health and will help is in identifying risks and threats well in advance.

    Did you know, that almost seven out of ten fatalities or deaths are caused due to chronic disease and that half these cases do not recognise the early symptoms and risks with proper screening and regular
    Check ups. Sounds familiar, are you also one of those who have never cared for preventive healthcare check ups?

    These preventive health checkups are actually life saving, as they update you on how fit and healthy you are. Preventive health care basically deals with the prevention of diseases and conditions that may be caused due to environmental factors, genetic predisposition of the patient, lifestyle choices as well as disease agents. In this field, constant check ups and preventive action equips people to deal with and ward off these causes so as to prevent the onset of a number of disease and ailments. Here is everything you need to know about preventive healthcare.

    In today's time it is very simple to get a preventive health check up done, all it takes is a simple blood and urine test at a lab and you will be able to know all you need to know about your health. Further, if there has been an outbreak of an epidemic where you live, then preventive health care will help in getting the right tests done at the right time so as to ensure that you get the proper vaccinations. With preventive healthcare, you can also get genetic testing done on a regular basis so as to learn more about preventing diseases like asthma, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and many others that one might inherit genetically.

    It is time that we take care of ourselves by booking a full body check up today and live a healthy and stress free life.
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