Articles by Parmita Uniyal
Voluntary blood donation can not only save lives and help manage several disorders but also help the donor in a number of ways.
World Vegetarian Day is observed on October 1 every year. Know why many people across the world are turning vegetarian and many benefits of veg food.
Sambar is a medley of vegetables, spices, tamarind and lentils. Each of the ingredients that goes into it contributes to its irresistible taste and nutrition.
According to a new study, men who experience stressful working conditions and receive low rewards have nearly twice the risk of heart disease.
Silent walking combines benefits of mindfulness and physical exercise and is a wonderful way to beat stress and improve focus.
Heart diseases in dogs and cats are not so easy to detect as they have a tendency to hide their illnesses. Here are some common heart disorders in pets.
Heart attack warning signs in some women may be detected weeks earlier. Pay attention to these early signs that can save lives and minimise damage.
Nutmeg, the ancient spice that even finds mention in Vedas, can be an effective remedy for cold and cough, nausea and anxiety. Know how to consume it.
AIIMS cardiologist Dr Ambuj Roy says that people who have had severe Covid-19, face higher heart disease risk for at least one year.
Bathroom accidents can lead to serious fractures and brain injuries in elderly. Here are expert tips to avoid such accidents and tips to recover.
Excess salt consumption can wreak havoc on our health. The most common consequence is increased blood pressure which also puts added strain on the heart.
Rabies can induce significant behavioural abnormalities in animals and infected dogs and cats may exhibit unusual aggression.
A cardiologist explains how the three CVD conditions - heart attacks, heart failure and sudden cardiac deaths, differ in condition, symptoms, and treatment.
Coriander, also known as cilantro, is a versatile herb that has been cherished not only for its culinary delights but also for its health benefits.
While Covid-19 pandemic is almost over, healthcare professionals are now preparing for a potential new pandemic called Disease X.
Here are the auspicious timings to immerse Lord Ganesha's idol on Anant Chaturdashi (September 28) or Ganesh Visarjan. All you want to know about rituals.
Rabies is a deadly viral infection that affects humans and animals, transmitted primarily through the saliva of infected animals.
Here's how you can prepare a crunchy, delicious and nutritious filling for Ganesh Chaturthi special melt-in-mouth modaks.
Not eating breakfast over a long period of time can lead to many health complications from impaired glucose to certain types of cancer.
World Contraception Day is celebrated to spread awareness around the importance of contraception and to empower couples.
Bhuvaneshwari Jayanti is celebrated on the twelfth day of Shukla Paksha in the month of Bhadrapada and is dedicated to Goddess Shakti.
A heart attack is caused when plaque builds up in the arteries and leads to blockage. Here's how it can be detected.
From the ancient times ajwain has been used to treat many disorders from fever, abdominal pain, to menstrual discomforts. It is also used for weight loss.
World Heart Day is round the corner and it's the day dedicated to the well-being of your heart. A cardiologist on signs of poor cardiac health.
When it comes to managing blood sugar, certain herbs and spices can work wonders. Here are 3 morning drinks to keep glucose levels in check.
Nipah virus can lead to many complications in kids and can prove deadly for them. Here are preventive tips by expert every parent must follow.
National Daughters Day is celebrated in India on the fourth Sunday of September. Here's how to pamper your daughter at every age and stage of life.
Climbing stairs is a heart-healthy exercise as it can not only improve cardiorespiratory fitness but also indicate if anything is wrong with your heart.
The WHO report shows 4 out of 5 people with hypertension and not treated adequately and 76 million deaths can be averted between 2023-2050.
About 55 million people live with dementia worldwide. New research into why brain cells die is enabling scientists to develop effective Alzheimer's drugs.