Common Specialities

  • Dermatologist

  • Dentist

  • Gynecologist

Common tests

  • Blood Group

  • Pregnancy test

  • X-Ray

Symptom checker

Take the first step and see what could be causing your symptoms. Then lern about possible next steps.

Most common Symptom checker

  • Pain or discomfort
  • Muscel cramps or spasms
  • Tenderness to touch

Diet and Exercise suggestion

  • Got a late-night sugar craving that just won't quit? "To satisfy your sweet tooth without pushing yourself over the calorie edge, even in the late night hours, think 'fruit first,'" says Jackie Newgent, RD, author of The Big Green Cookbook. So resist that chocolate cake siren, and instead enjoy a sliced apple with a tablespoon of nut butter (like peanut or almond) or fresh fig halves spread with ricotta. Then sleep sweet, knowing you're still on the right, healthy track.

  • A workout buddy is hugely helpful for keeping motivated, but it's important to find someone who will inspire—not discourage. So make a list of all your exercise-loving friends, then see who fits this criteria, says Andrew Kastor, an ASICS running coach: Can your pal meet to exercise on a regular basis? Is she supportive (not disparaging) of your goals? And last, will your bud be able to keep up with you or even push your limits in key workouts? If you've got someone that fits all three, make that phone call.

  • While there are heaps of good-for-you foods out there, some key ingredients make it a lot easier to meet your weight-loss goals. Next grocery store run, be sure to place Newgent's top three diet-friendly items in your cart: balsamic vinegar (it adds a pop of low-cal flavor to veggies and salads), in-shell nuts (their protein and fiber keep you satiated), and fat-free plain yogurt (a creamy, comforting source of protein). "Plus, Greek yogurt also works wonders as a natural low-calorie base for dressings and dips—or as a tangier alternative to sour cream," says Newgent. Talk about a multitasker!

Woman Section Specifically

  • 5th October

    Visit your ophthalmologist regularly. Many take their eye health for granted and do not find going to ophthalmologist regularly necessary. Make sure you get your eyesight tested regularly . This can help you prevent major damage . And last but not the least Make sure you rest your eyes every 30 minutes while using computer or mobile phone. just looking away for 20 seconds can provide your eyes much release

  • 28 September

    Protect your eyes from UV rays. Make sure you keep your eyes well protected from Harmful ultraviolet. Buy a good pair of sunglasses not every kind of glass can protect you from UV rays. So investing in a good pair of sunglasses can provide long term benefit.

  • 21 September

    Quit smoking As if there are not enough reasons for you to quit smoking already. Smoking can make you vulnerable to cataracts and damage your optic nerve. Include good amount of green leafy vegetables, fruits and fatty acids in your diet Eggs, fish beans and nuts are good source of omega-3 and spinach kale and other green leafy vegetables can give you significant amount of iron, zinc and vitamin C and E. Also consume fruits daily for a well balanced diet.

  • 14 September

    Keep an eye on your vision We cannot avoid screen exposure in our lives since mobile and computers have become an integral part of our lives. However limiting your exposure to screens may not be enough to keep your eyes healthy. Follow these tips to ensure you have healthy vision.

  • 1st June

    In the warmer, longer, lazier days of summer, the living may not be easy, but your life probably feels less chaotic. Even adults tend to adopt a "school's out!" attitude in summer. That's why this is a perfect time to improve your health in a fashion so seasonally laid back you'll barely notice the effort.

Child Section Specifically

  • 1st June

    Longer days, lighter nights and more worrying. Yup, it's summer. And before your kids race out the door, you're doing all you can to protect them from sun, bugs, head injuries, etc. There's something about this season that makes kids run faster and play harder. And like everything else parents carefully do to protect their kids -- cooking healthy kid food, hiring the right babysitters, buckling them into car seats (or shouting out seat belt reminders) -- summer takes preparation, too.

  • 3rd November

    Let kids help plan one meal each week and eat together as often as possible.

  • 26th October

    Eat more whole grains (e.g., oats, brown rice, rye, crackers, whole-wheat pasta). Try to eat at least 3 ounces of whole grains every day.

Take 10k Steps Daily

Studies suggest that walking 10,000 steps a day is the right activity ball park to be in. This amount of activity will help prevent weight gain (or weight re-gain if you have lost weight). It can also help you with weight loss, but keep in mind that to achieve significant weight loss it is necessary to reduce the amount of food you eat.


Is breast cancer inherited?

Most women who get breast cancer do not have any family history of breast cancer. Just because a family member had breast cancer does not always mean that you will get breast cancer.
We do know that there are some genes associated with a known increased risk of breast cancer. These are BRCA 1 (breast cancer 1, early onset human tumor suppressor gene) and BRCA 2 (breast cancer type 2, susceptibility protein). Only 10 percent of women with breast cancer have these inherited genes. These women usually get breast cancer at a young age and have multiple family members with breast or ovarian cancer.

Quiz of the day

About how much sweet does the average person bring into the pool?

Blog of The Week

Sleep loos can be a barrier to weight loss.

In 2012, a research team from the Department of Nutritional Sciences at Penn State University analyzed data from studies on the role of sleep deprivation on energy balance and weight regulation. In an article published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, they identified a series of intriguing patterns among sleep-deprived individuals that influence weight: reduced insulin sensitivity, increases in the “hunger hormone” ghrelin, and decreases in the “fullness hormone” leptin.