Doctor Insta Blogs

  • Dr. Richa Agarwal    10-03-2016

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    Your vagina has been with you your entire life, but how much do you actually know about it? Whether you've been too shy to ask or don't know where to look for information, chances are there are plenty of things that you've wondered about the area down there.
  • Ms. Nasim Ara    09-03-2016

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    Fewer than 45 percent of women go through life with a full head of hair while a majority of men go through some type of hair loss in their lifetimes. Poor nutrition, including vitamin deficiencies, is a major factor of hair loss.
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    Eating a Mediterranean diet may be your key to living longer. The Mediterranean Diet is far more effective than crash diets or skipping meals for weight maintenance and healthy bodies.
  • Dr. Sudhanshu Mishra    05-03-2016

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    Women's health and wellness is important for a healthy family. Maintaining your health is a lifelong commitment, and for women, health priorities can change with each decade.
  • Ms. Nasim Ara    04-03-2016

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    Are there foods so low in calories that it takes as many (or more) calories to digest them as they contain? That is the myth behind diets that claim weight loss through zero-calorie or negative-calorie foods.
  • Dr. Prashant Jain    28-02-2016

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    Although healthy foods have positive effects on the body, some products cause certain changes as changing the smell of urine, sleeping problems, and reduce sperm quality.
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    There are a few different types of protein powders available, all promising muscle-building and fat burning. Some are loaded with additives and sweeteners that are not so nutritious - and worse. Those should be avoided, of course. The closer to truly natural, the better.
  • Dr. Simrat Kaur    25-02-2016

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    I have found that the more time I spend alone, the more comfortable I become in my own skin because I can truly get to know myself - says Dr. Simrat Kaur, Clinical Psychologists at Doctor Insta. It's time you go on a date with yourself!
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    Both men and women develop varicose veins - those bulgy veins that appear lumpy and dark in color (usually blue or purple). Women are at least twice as likely as men to develop varicose veins, but people of any age and race can be affected.
  • Ms. Nasim Ara    23-02-2016

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    For people with gluten intolerance, consuming gluten damages the small intestine lining, and the damaged intestine can't absorb nutrients as well. For those with gluten intolerance, the risk for malnutrition, especially among children, is high.
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