Dr.Pradeep Singh

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Keep Air Clean at Home to Prevent Asthma and Allergy?

By | November 27th, 2018|Blog|

The activities that we do throughout the day in our homes can change the quality of air we breathe in. This is especially true when we cook something, do some painting work inside or get ourselves busy in hobbies like oil painting, fabric painting or woodworking. Furthermore, the problem gets aggravated by the inefficient cooling [...]

Why You Get Sudden Speech Problems?

By | November 18th, 2018|Blog|

Speech is the ability to convey our thoughts and requirements to others. We usually don’t experience speaking difficulty – and therefore, if sometimes it happens, we take it for granted. However, you should be very careful if you notice any changes in your speaking pattern – such as  difficulty in getting proper words or talking [...]

Are You Prone to Chronic Diseases as You Age?

By | November 14th, 2018|Blog|

When it comes to chronic disease, almost 8 in 10 adults have some type of chronic disease and almost 6 in 10 have one or more than one. Which means, anyone can get any type of chronic disease sooner or later. The following are some of the diseases that creep in as you age: Hearing [...]

Effects of Alcohol on Your Body – Part 2

By | November 5th, 2018|Blog|

Damages Pancreas and Causes Diabetes: Pancreas is the powerhouse of insulin as it produces insulin, but excessive alcohol consumption wreaks havoc inside it by hindering insulin production rather slowing it down. Diminishing insulin production and accumulation of other chemicals and toxins lead to inflammation and swelling of pancreas – which may ultimately lead to a serious [...]

Effects of Alcohol on Your Body

By | October 29th, 2018|Blog|

Straight to Your Head: Immediately after you have your first sip, alcohol starts its maneuvers that you can see yourself, but later don’t recollect what you did – the reason you find it difficult to store information in your long-term memory. The immediate effects as soon as you take the first sip includes slowing down [...]

What are Polyps?

By | October 22nd, 2018|Blog|

Polyps are a bunch of similar looking growths or masses that grow inside the body. There are two common types of polyps: The first one has a stalk – dangles down from a stalk and the second one is flat. Majority of the polyps are benign and therefore, can’t turn into cancer. But, some polyps [...]

Air pollution by a mixture of smoke and fog is Linked to Mouth Cancer

By | October 17th, 2018|Blog|

Smog or haze is formed due to air pollution caused from hazardous gases, chemicals and stems from industries, automobiles and power plants and also smoke from fires. Mouth cancer or oral cancer can still be possible even if you do not use tobacco, chew betel quid, smoke and drink alcohol. Yes, it is a fact, [...]

10 Home Remedies for Common Cold

By | October 12th, 2018|Blog|

Common cold is very common – and therefore – getting relief from it is also practiced very commonly. Owing to which many people resort to home remedies in general, but particularly in India. This is due to the fact that many people believe that home remedies do not carry any sort of side effects, besides [...]

Tongue Infection – Types, Causes and Associated Conditions

By | October 8th, 2018|Blog|

There is a very famous proverb “Face is the index of mind”. If a person becomes happy, his face appears exuberant; when he is sad, his face becomes pale – and when he is angry his face becomes red; and, when he is depressed his face appears dull. Similarly, your tongue is the index of [...]

Throat Pain – Causes, Types and Associated Symptoms

By | October 3rd, 2018|Blog|

Throat pain is very uncomfortable and annoying for a person who experiences it. Those who suffer from it just can’t focus on their work, talk properly, drink or eat properly. It becomes troublesome for those who get it quite often. The pain can be either localized or generalized based on the underlying cause. Whatever may [...]