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Healthmeup’s Top 10: Health Facts

Healthmeup’s Top 10: Health Facts

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7 Signs That Indicate an Underlying Hormonal Imbalance

7 Signs That Indicate an Underlying Hormonal Imbalance

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Multi Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR TB) Facts You Should Know

By  posted Mar 23rd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Standard treatment of tuberculosis involves a six month regimen comprising of isoniazid, rifampicin, pyrazinamide and ethambutol. Of these, isoniazid and rifampicin are the most important, and are continued throughout the six month period. When one or more drugs are ineffective against tubercle bacilli, it is termed as drug-resistant tuberculosis. When the bacilli are resistant to at least two main drugs (isoniazid and rifampicin), it is termed as multi drug-resistant tuberculosis or MDR TB.  View Slideshow »

Vitamin N: Health Benefits Nature Has to Offer

By  posted Mar 23rd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

In today’s day and age, most of us spend all our time in one concrete monstrosity or another, without spending any time in nature. However, nature has several short term as well as long term health benefits that we are all missing out on. Here are 12 reasons why you should get more Vitamin N.  View Slideshow »

Importance of Sufficient Sleep for Good Health

By  posted Mar 22nd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Work, parties or a cricket match can cause us to sleep less and this unhealthy habit can propel us to develop neurotic, emotional and physical health problems. If you experience the following problems you need sleep.  View Slideshow »

Cholesterol Levels: The Functions of Cholesterol in the Body

By  posted Mar 22nd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Although often portrayed as a dietary evil, cholesterol is essential to life. Suchita Sanghvi, Sr. Dietitian at Hinduja Healthcare Surgical, Khar discusses the functions of cholesterol in the body  View Slideshow »

How To Stay Healthy While Travelling

By  posted Mar 22nd 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Travelling is not for the weak of heart. Or stomach or head. In our excitement to get to our dream destination we tend to overlook our health - the one factor that can make all our plans go kaput. Here are a few tips to stay healthy during your travels that I have gathered over the years.  View Slideshow »

HealthMeUp's Top Healthy Weight Gain Stories

By  posted Mar 21st 2015 | IN Healthy Living

If ‘how to gain weight’ is a constant concern for you, then you’ve come to the right place. We bring you expert information on weight gain foods and diets, weight gain exercises and workouts, and the best weight gain practises. Find answers to all your weight gain queries here on HealthMeUp.com.  Continue Reading »

What is Down Syndrome?

By  posted Mar 21st 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Down syndrome is the most common chromosomal disorder in humans. It occurs in 1 out of every 1000 births. It can occur in people of all races and socio-economic groups, however older women have an increased chance of giving birth to a child with Down syndrome.  Continue Reading »

Skin Problems Indian Women Tend to Ignore

By  posted Mar 21st 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Many cultural practices involve the use of chemicals on the face or the use of artificial bangles on the wrists. These often cause problems like allergic reactions.  View Slideshow »

14 Things You Should Know About Your Hormones and the Endocrine System

By  posted Mar 21st 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Hormones are responsible for many of the activities that our bodies perform every day. There are eight major glands that perform bodily functions such as regulating the body's metabolism, temperature, reproduction, growth and sleep. We've compiled 14 interesting facts about the endocrine system and its glands and hormones.  View Slideshow »

HealthMeUp's Top Uric Acid Treatment Stories

By  posted Mar 20th 2015 | IN Healthy Living

Everyone has small amounts of uric acid in their body. Uric acid is not a worthless product, but high levels of uric acid can cause gout, joint pain, skin problems and kidney problems. Here, you will find the answers to all your queries about uric acid, its causes and diet effects, and foods that create uric acid.  Continue Reading »

 

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