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While having a range of treatment options is great, it can also be stressful to make the best choice. Early-stage breast cancer patients face the dilemma of choosing between lumpectomy vs mastectomy. 
This article explores the difference between lumpectomy and mastectomy.

“Cancer is a word, not a sentence”  Nearly 1 in 8 women (13%) will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in their lifetime. It can be appalling to receive a breast cancer diagnosis and be that one woman. However, the constant progress of medical science offers hope at times of distress. Patients are faced with

As you grow old, your tissues age and lead to degenerative changes in your spine. Back spine problems are universal to all adults. It is, therefore, necessary to take prevention. In this article, Dr Debashish Chanda, offers simple tips to prevent spine problems. 

Here is a short exercise for you – sit back, adjust your spinal arch, stretch and fix your posture. Well done, you just took the first step towards protecting your spine. Back spine problems are highly common in both young and old people. Nearly 20% of the younger generation suffers from some form of a

More than 10% of the world population lives with chronic kidney disease. Though it is difficult, life after kidney failure can be very smooth and productive.  Here, Dr Mohit Khirbat discusses how kidney failure impacts a patient’s life.

A kidney failure, in itself, is very challenging. Knowing that you are affected by end-stage kidney disease (ERSD) can take a toll on your overall well-being. What is even more taxing is accomplishing to live a healthy life after kidney failure. More than 10% of the world population lives with chronic kidney disease. Though it

During perimenopause or the menopausal transition, the bone health of women is also greatly affected. In this article, we will look more closely at the impact of menopause on your bones as well as how to minimise this impact.

Menopause is a natural biological process that happens to women as they age. A woman is said to have reached menopause if she has not had her periods for more than 12 months. Before she reaches menopause, she may experience several symptoms such as changes in her menstrual cycle, perimenopausal bleeding, hot flashes, and premenopausal