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World Heart Day Special: Heart disease explained

Heart disease is unsettlingly prevalent in the world today. However, most of us are in the dark about the nature of cardiovascular disease, its causes and treatment. On the occasion of World Heart Day, an interventional cardiologist sheds light on some of the common doubts and questions on heart disease

Living with multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis receives plenty of media coverage and awareness in the developed world. Sadly, there is a lack of awareness about the disease in India, where its effects are just as devastating

Cough: Breathe easy

We often ignore that niggling cough, hoping it will go away on its own. But Sharat Kolke tells us why doing that is not a good idea

Dry Eyes?

Causes and cures for one of the most common eye-related complaints in an age that is excessively tech-heavy

Rheumatoid arthritis: Pained and drained

If you’ve been waking up with stiff joints and feeling fatigued through the day, it could be rheumatoid arthritis
Back pain concept | Why good posture matters

Back pain? Why good posture matters

Maintaining a good posture and making a few changes in your lifestyle can go a long way in keeping your back healthy, strong and free of pain

From the bottom of your heart

Heed this timeless advice about what’s best for your heart health

Breast cancer: Early detection is the best protection

Don’t let statistics about breast cancer alarm you, learn how you can be protected

Headache: A throbbing problem

A headache comes in all shapes and sizes, and so does its treatment

Varicose veins: Skin serpents

Varicose veins not only look bad but are painful too
Manoj Khatri — Editor of Complete Wellbeing
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