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Vocal Cord Disorders


Our voice is our identity. If you are into a profession like Singing, News Reading, Dubbing, Acting, or TVHost, then your voice will play an important role in your career. Even if you are not into these professions, you still don't want your voice&

Tonsil Stones and Treatment


Tonsil stones are small white or yellow lumps that form on the back of your throat. They develop when food, bacteria, and other debris (waste) are stuck on the surface of your tonsils. And they inflame and calcify the surrounding tissue.

Defeat The Oral Cancer

Oral cancer or Mouth cancer can occur in any part of the mouth, such as cheeks, jaw, gums, etc. In rough words, mouth cancer affects the area from the face to the throat. Cancer is such a disease, for which medical science has no permanent cure yet and th

Does the covid affect your eyes?

COVID is developing many issues that will continue to affect millions of people for the foreseeable future. At this point, one needs to know how the corona affects your eyes or vision.

Heart Failure: Risk in winter

The risk of heart attack is higher in winter. Generally, the cases of cold and flu increase during the winter, while the risk of heart attack is highest during this season. Sudden deaths by heart failure increase very rapidly at the onset of winter.

Some Amazing Facts of Ears

Kuch Suna Tumne! YES, we are talking about EARS. Our ear is an important organ of our body.  This is the one in all 5 sensory organs. The ear is made up of three main parts: an outer ear, a middle ear, and an inner ear.

Know More About Your Nose


Our nose is quite a remarkable body part.  We sniff from it, breathe from it, sneeze from it and leak from it. It is the part of the respiratory system that inhales oxygen and exhales carbon dioxide. In all of the five senses, only our nose is con

Omicron: Indication of Third Wave


Pain Management with Physiotherapy

Most of us deal with pain in our daily life due to poor posture of sitting, standing, or walking, or due to muscle strain or due to arthritis. Patients prefer medicines to get relief. Sometimes this medication goes for a long time. Patients go to a physio