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7 Health Tips To Guard Your Physical and Mental Well Being

“ Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind, and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul open." - BKS Iyengar

History of Plastic Surgery in India

Plastic SurgeryArising from the main stem of medicine and surgery, Plastic Surgery is a branch with great antiquity. Also sometimes termed as ‘reconstructive surgery’, plastic surgery deals with the reconstruction or repair of tissues following destruction or defects either acquired or congenital.
The roots of reconstructive procedures go back to more than 2500 years. The word ‘plastic' is derived from the Greek verb meaning ‘to mold' or ‘form'. The history of plastic surgery in ancient Greece and Rome was relatively bound up with the development of simple plastic surgeries that repaired the damaged parts of the body caused by punishment and war mutilation. Plastic Surgery in India- The RootsThe history of plastic surgery in India finds its roots more than four thousand years ago, back to the Indus River Civilization. In the era of the Vedic period (5000 B.C.); Ayurveda originated in India.
The concept of Ayurveda is a compilation of four Vedas (texts) namely: RigvedaSamavedaY…

Dental Tourism in India - Why so popular among the Australians!

Dental Care

The dimension of dental care and oral health is expanding with a significant impact on the quality of life and the overall appearance of an individual. 
Despite this, oral health is overlooked by many resulting in dental diseases which have become a serious public health burden across the globe. Poor oral health is not only bad for your teeth, but it also acts as a major risk factor for other systemic health ailments.
Oral Health in Australia

The Australian Dental Association and the Australian Health Policy Collaboration released a report; The Oral Health Tracker, which  revealed that tooth decay is the most common chronic health condition causing pain and discomfort to more than 90% of adults in the country.
The report also identified that more than a quarter of all tooth decays in Australia are untreated. Alcohol consumption and smoking habits are two of the few reasons contributing to poor oral health.
Gum diseases affect one in five adults in the country, resulting in pock…

Bariatric Surgery in India – Pleasing Cost and Satisfying Results!

Obesity The epidemic of obesity continues to escalate. Large number of people across the world are getting affected by morbid obesity, which can lead to several co-morbidities such as: Type II Diabetes MellitusCardiovascular diseasesCancerStrokeSudden deathSince the last decade, there has been a significant rise in regulatory efforts, medical and public awareness about the risks associated with weight gain. Despite these efforts, a massive 30% of the total population in the world is obese and this number is rising.

In a society where an individual is perceived on the basis of physical attractiveness; overweight or obese people often suffer psychological disadvantages. These people face frequent discrimination and often considered weak-willed resulting in fewer or no relationships in the society.
Bariatric Surgery- Boon for the ObeseBariatric surgery is a successful intervention and has been considered the most-effective long term weapon in the treatment of obesity. It successfully offer…