http://ste.india.com/sites/default/files/2018/06/21/697358-yoga2345.gif

Medicine

Shilpa Shetty is truly a fitness icon for all the women in India. With a schedule as busy as hers and a body to maintain, we understand why she loves it so much. Kangana has been practising yoga for about a decade now. Alia became popular in no time. She has launched various DVDs to motivate her fans to follow yoga exercises for a better lifestyle.
  • Smoking in the U.S. is at an all-time low

    Smoking in the U.S. is at an all-time low

    Medicine

    Juuling is the latest smoking craze to hit college campuses. Companies are also required to note that deadly effects from second-hand smoking and the companies efforts to change the blend and design of cigarettes that will increase the amount of nicotine a smoker will inhale, which makes them more addictive.
  • Prime Minister's address on 4th International Yoga Day

    Prime Minister's address on 4th International Yoga Day

    Medicine

    Modi arrived at the Friday at around 6.30 am and addressed the people before performing asanas with them. Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal and wrestler Sakshi Malik were among other members of Indian sports fraternity who also posted yoga day greetings on Twitter.
  • The WHO officially puts gaming on its list of addictions

    The WHO officially puts gaming on its list of addictions

    Medicine

    The formal designation of " gaming disorder " within WHO's International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD) was welcomed by some groups as helpful to sufferers. There's no question that games can offer therapeutic benefits, but equally, few would dispute that they can also lead to an unhealthy level of addiction.
  • World Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness Day

    World Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness Day

    Medicine

    It remains a major killer of infants and children in the developing world, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, where an estimated 50-90 percent of infants born with SCD will die before their fifth birthday. Early diagnosis and treatment saves lives. As we commemorate this day, we need to remind the government of the need to avail hydroxyurea to thousands of Ugandans living with the sickle cell disease.
  • Dr. Atul Gawande to lead Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire healthcare venture

    Medicine

    The trio of employers have selected Dr. Atul Gawande , a surgeon and a professor at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Harvard Medical School, they said in a news release . ( AMZN ) announced plans to team up for a partnership meant to reduce the rising cost of health care for employees. And they're going with a Renaissance man.
  • Not everyone is on board with excessive gaming being a mental condition

    Not everyone is on board with excessive gaming being a mental condition

    Medicine

    The move to classify gaming addiction as a mental health condition will allow better treatment for those who are affected by video games in this way. Gaming addictions at times feel so strong, as we all know the effects of the "Blue whale game". "Be on the lookout", he said, noting that concerns should be raised if the gaming habit appears to be taking over.
  • Lookout: Giant hogweed could be headed our way

    Lookout: Giant hogweed could be headed our way

    Medicine

    Giant hogweed, an invasive plant that can produce severe burns and blisters, has been spotted for the first time in Virginia. If you happen to come across Giant Hogweed then you should immediately report about the sighting to the concerned authority.
  • Theresa May under pressure to explain £20bn NHS funding plan

    Theresa May under pressure to explain £20bn NHS funding plan

    Medicine

    The Prime Minister's claim that a " Brexit dividend " will help fund the 3.4% increase in spending was widely attacked as unrealistic - even by some Conservatives. "We want to see this long-term plan for the NHS delivering for the NHS". But that figure, famously advertised on the side of the pro-Brexit campaign bus back in 2016, ignored the money that Britain gets back from the EU.
  • Grandmother kills bobcat with bare hands after it attacks her

    Grandmother kills bobcat with bare hands after it attacks her

    Medicine

    A grandmother in Hart County said she has seen bobcats before, but never like the one she encountered last week. Police arrived to find DeDe Phillips, who was covered in blood, holding the bobcat down on the ground by the throat. She believes if she hadn't killed the rabid animal, it would have killed her. Now, she must get a painful and expensive series of shots to keep her from contracting the disease.
  • Doctor Suspended After Mocking Patient Suffering From Anxiety Attack

    Doctor Suspended After Mocking Patient Suffering From Anxiety Attack

    Medicine

    Bardwell was attending his first summer basketball session at West Valley College on Monday night when he began experiencing some health problems. The video has been viewed 4.4 million times as of writing. Keegstra, who has been a practicing physician for 31 years, has been suspended from all facilities associated with the hospital. "This week, a patient who visited the emergency department at our Los Gatos campus had an interaction with a physician whose demeanor was unprofessional ...
  • ESA Issues Statement On WHO "Gaming Disorder" Diagnosis

    Medicine

    The World Health Organization says they now should be on guard for a danger in the real world: spending too much time playing. Psychiatrist Richard Graham, who led the launch of the UK's first technology addiction service specifically for young people at Nightingale Hospital, London , said there was an important difference between enthusiastic gameplay and the new disorder.
  • Gaming disorder could soon be treated in public health sector

    Medicine

    The question is whether the games industry can provide enough current research to counter the gaming disorder definition before the manual is approved sometime next year. The NHS (National Health Service) will treat people who have become "addicted" to video games after being declared a Mental Health problem. Poznyak adds that most treatments for gaming disorder are "based on the principles and methods of cognitive behavioral therapy", and social as well as family support is very important ...
  • Gaming disorder is now classified as a mental health condition

    Gaming disorder is now classified as a mental health condition

    Medicine

    Currently, gambling disorder is the only officially recognized behavioral addiction in the US, unlike in China and South Korea, which have rolled out treatment programs for gaming disorder. "The WHO process lacks transparency, is deeply flawed, and lacks scientific support", Michael Gallagher, president and CEO of the Entertainment Software Association, said in a statement in March.
  • Grandma kills rabid bobcat with bare hands

    Medicine

    Phillips said her father-in-law was a trapper so she remembered bobcats tend to go for the throat of their prey. // I grabbed it by the shoulders and pushed it back away from me. "Between the teeth and claws tearing at me, as you can see, every bit of it as it could", Phillips said. 'It never budged, so I knew it was completely dead , ' she said.
  • Mental Health and The American Male

    Mental Health and The American Male

    Medicine

    To learn more about the Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services' Suicide Prevention Center in Los Angeles, watch the video below. Wyoming's rate was 14.86 per 100,000. In the USA, mental health treatment is often expensive. Others may not be able to help you if you do not want or like to help yourself. She said the risk factors are similar to the risk factors for homicides or mass killings.
  • Kellogg’s recalls Honey Smacks that may contain Salmonella

    Kellogg’s recalls Honey Smacks that may contain Salmonella

    Medicine

    If you have any of the cereal, even if some has been eaten without illness, throw the rest of it away and return it for a refund. 24 people have been hospitalized. NY has recorded the highest number of outbreak cases (7), followed by California, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania (5 each). More recent infections may not be known yet because it takes from two to four weeks for reporting of a salmonella-caused illness, the agency said .
  • #BillyCaldwell 's health deteriorates after Home Office medication seizure

    #BillyCaldwell 's health deteriorates after Home Office medication seizure

    Medicine

    Caldwell made the trip to Toronto and back with her sick son to get a six-month supply to treat up to 100 seizures a day, but said border officials seized the oil. Britain's interior minister used an exceptional power on Saturday to release medicinal cannabis oil that had been confiscated from an epileptic boy who was later hospitalized suffering from seizures.
  • Officials puzzled after Idaho boy contracts the plague

    Officials puzzled after Idaho boy contracts the plague

    Medicine

    Evidently. It's unknown whether the child - whose identity was not disclosed - contracted the disease in Idaho or in or while on a recent vacation. Since the plague has been known to occur naturally in the wildlife of both northern states, with two human cases reported in Idaho in the last three decades and another eight discovered in OR, the CDHD cautions people to stay clear of rodents, especially if the animals are sick.
  • Scientists have found the use of religion for human life

    Scientists have found the use of religion for human life

    Medicine

    People with "religious affilications" live four years longer than people who agnostic of atheistic, a new study has found. The study can't prove a direct cause-and-effect relationship. The researchers suggested certain lifestyle restrictions imposed by religions may also play a role. "The spillover effect only occurs in highly religious cities that aren't too concerned about everyone conforming to the same norms", Ms.
  • Relay For Life Tops Goal | County

    Relay For Life Tops Goal | County

    Medicine

    Opening ceremonies will start at 6 p.m. followed by the survivor/caregiver walk. "I learned so much from Marcia", Coleman said. Turbin says that there's more than a dozen people in her family that have had cancer. Turbin - who gets around with the use of walker these days - was diagnosed with breast cancer nine years ago, and was diagnosed with cancer in her uterine wall just four years ago.
  • David Spade Donates $100K to Mental Health Group After Kate's Death

    David Spade Donates $100K to Mental Health Group After Kate's Death

    Medicine

    CNN has confirmed the death of American chef, author, and television personality, Anthony Bourdain , who was 61 years of age. Conversations about depression and suicide prevention are hard but necessary. Mental health advocate and strategist Mark Henick will be in Penetanguishene June 19 as the special guest at Waypoint's Annual Report to the Community with his presentation " Practicing Recovery: How I overcame suicide and found meaning ".
  • Melons Are Being Recalled Over Salmonella Fears in More Than 20 States

    Melons Are Being Recalled Over Salmonella Fears in More Than 20 States

    Medicine

    The melon was sold in clear plastic clamshell containers at Costco , Jay C, Kroger , Payless, Owen's, Sprouts, Trader Joe's, Walgreens, Walmart and Whole Foods/Amazon. Those illnesses were reported in five Midwestern states where the outbreak was initially announced . Specific stores that sold the pre-cut melon are listed here .
  • West Nile virus found in Bloomington mosquito pool

    West Nile virus found in Bloomington mosquito pool

    Medicine

    Human surveillance: Each summer, the department sends alerts to increase healthcare providers' awareness of the symptoms of WNV, EEE and Zika. Vaccines are available to help protect horses from EEE and WNV. Both the abundance of Culex pipiens and the WNV infection rate of 0.85 infected mosquitoes per 1,000 tested were above average for that time of year, according to Dave Zazra, communications manager for the district.
  • Almost half of colorectal cancers in Canada diagnosed too late, study finds

    Almost half of colorectal cancers in Canada diagnosed too late, study finds

    Medicine

    Dr. Al Samman pointed to a statement by the U.S. Multi-Society Task Force on Colorectal Cancer (which includes the American Gastroenterological Association, American College of Gastroenterology and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy), which said the ACS recommendation may improve early detection and prevention but that it is "critical to promptly assess symptoms" in particular rectal bleeding and unexplained iron deficiency anemia, which "have substantial predictive value for ...
  • Jada Pinkett Smith's

    Jada Pinkett Smith's "Red Table Talk" extends first season by 13 episodes

    Medicine

    In fact, since the show's debut a few weeks ago, Jada has been even more candid about her personal life, revealing everything from personal chats with her kids about sex, to squashing a long-standing beef with fellow actress Gabrielle Union, to revealing to the world that she was suffering from severe hair loss (also known as alopecia).
  • AG Healey Sues Purdue Pharma For Role In Opioid Epidemic

    AG Healey Sues Purdue Pharma For Role In Opioid Epidemic

    Medicine

    The complaint alleges that Purdue "created the epidemic and profited from it through a web of illegal deceit" by deceiving doctors and patients to get more people on their drugs, at "higher and more unsafe doses" and for longer periods of time, as well as by deploying falsehoods to keep patients away from "safer alternatives".
  • Workplaces can play a better role to help promote healthier food options

    Workplaces can play a better role to help promote healthier food options

    Medicine

    Overall, 35, 20, 12, 11, 12, and 10 percent of those who obtained food at work had one, two, three, four, five, and more than five acquisition occasions, respectively. The study looked at more than 5,000 employees from a U.S. firm, examining food or beverages obtained at work. CDC researchers would also like to see calories and nutritional contents listed on vending machine and cafeteria items to give employees pause.
  • Several Commonly Prescribed Drugs Trigger Depression and Suicidal Risk

    Several Commonly Prescribed Drugs Trigger Depression and Suicidal Risk

    Medicine

    The list of potential side effects that accompanies most prescription drug may seem farcically long, and it can be easy to assume that the ill effects won't impact you. Similar increases were found with drugs that list suicide as a potential side-effect. Often, patients have several medicines prescribed by multiple doctors, increasing the potential for them to take drug combinations with risky side effects.
  • Erectile dysfunction linked to increased risk for heart disease

    Erectile dysfunction linked to increased risk for heart disease

    Medicine

    This was true even without other heart risk factors such as high blood pressure , high cholesterol or a history of smoking . Now, researchers claim that impotence is a better indicator of the world's leading killer than other risk factors, such as high cholesterol or blood pressure.
  • Will Today's RBC Capital Downgrade Harm Envision Healthcare (NYSE:EVHC) Stock?

    Will Today's RBC Capital Downgrade Harm Envision Healthcare (NYSE:EVHC) Stock?

    Medicine

    Price to earnings ratio (P/E) for THC stock is recorded at $N/A. The company now has an average rating of "Buy" and an average target price of $52.50. Canaccord Genuity increased their price objective on shares of Envision Healthcare from $46.00 to $48.00 and gave the stock a "buy" rating in a research report on Wednesday, May 9th.
  • Officials confirm Idaho’s first human plague case since 1992

    Officials confirm Idaho’s first human plague case since 1992

    Medicine

    Human-to-human transmission is extremely rare. The child, whose age and gender was not released, received antibiotic treatment and is now recovering. Jeff Doerr, an epidemiologist at Southeastern Idaho Public Health, says that while the disease is still very serious, it doesn't pose the threat it once did, but it is still something to avoid.
  • Don’t Be Afraid to Talk With Someone

    Medicine

    The healthcare community is in need of access to evidence-based treatment that addresses the warning signs of suicide and how to help prevent it. Gould said reporters can also help minimize the risk of suicide contagion by discussing messages of resilience and hope in their stories and to encourage people to seek help.
  • Brands to darken letters to encourage donating blood

    Brands to darken letters to encourage donating blood

    Medicine

    Right now, the blood bank's stock is below that minimum, according to the release. The best preparation for life-threatening situations is having blood on hospital shelves in advance. It was officially established by the organisation in May 2005 at the 58 World Health Assembly to motivate all the countries worldwide to thank the blood donors for their precious step, promote voluntary, safe and unpaid blood donations to ensure the sufficient blood supplies.
  • Africa’s Ancient Baobab Trees Are Mysteriously Dying

    Africa’s Ancient Baobab Trees Are Mysteriously Dying

    Medicine

    The new research , by Adrian Patrut of Babes-Bolyai University in Romania and an global group of colleagues, finds that in the past 12 years, “9 of the 13 oldest and 5 of the 6 largest individuals have died, or at least their oldest parts/stems have collapsed and died.”.
  • Toddlers are eating too much sugar: CDC study

    Medicine

    This exceeded the daily recommended limit (for added sugar ) which is 6 teaspoons or less for children aged 2 to 19 as well as adult women. They do not include naturally occurring sugars such as those found in fruits, vegetables, and milk.
  • Mom Warns of Ticks After Child Woke Up Unable to Walk

    Mom Warns of Ticks After Child Woke Up Unable to Walk

    Medicine

    Griffin initially thought the girl's legs were asleep, but took her to the hospital when she was unable to speak coherently. In Canada, tick paralysis is most commonly caused by the Rocky Mountain wood tick, with most cases in south-central B.C., he said.