By Dr. Smita Dhadge

World Diabetes Day

World Diabetes Day celebration was started in 1991 by IDF and the World Health Organisation in response to growing concerns about the escalating health threat posed by diabetes. It is celebrated every year on 14 November, the birthday of Sir...

By Dr. Dhairyashil Saste

Epilepsy…what everyone should know

Epilepsy affects almost 1.2 crore people in India. Though many people have encountered or have seen people getting fits (known in medical language as seizure), very few people know what to do. Members of the public are in the first...

By Dr. Sanat Phatak

Rheumatoid Arthritis

By Dr. Sharmila Patil

Learning disability in Children

IntroductionLearning disability is a diverse group of disorders in which children with at least average intelligence have problems processing information or generating output. It is the inability to learn at the age appropriate academic level. It can affect children of...


Urodynamic Procedures in the Bladder Clinic, ( Nephrology Unit), KEMH

We take for granted the elimination of liquid waste in the form of urine from our body. However, it is possible because of the very important storage and voiding functions played by the urinary bladder. Uroflowmetry and urodynamics are used...

By Team NICU

Physiotherapy In Neonatal ICU

A New Horizon Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is a specially equipped nursery where critically ill and unstable infants receive diagnostic, therapeutic and life support care for a wide range of illnesses and conditions. NICU is for those infants who...

By Dr. Amit Nulkar

Dementia and Normal Ageing

How Are They Different?Over the next three decades, India will have an increasing proportion of ageing population. With demographic ageing, comes the problem of dementia and India is expected to have one of the largest number of elders with dementia...

By Dr. Preeti Kulkarni

Well Baby Clinic

It is a budding concept in India for health is mostly considered curative more than preventive. The paradigm shift the Well baby clinic can bring in the lives of tiny souls will bring it into focus in the coming years....

By Dr. Pramod Kulkarni

Home Care for Children Infected with Covid-19

After long months, in these just opened, less restricted, inviting social times of festivity, we all need to be vigilant, careful and well prepared for next few months for a probable, challenging resurge of COVID menace. The fundamental pillars of...

By Dr. Jayashree Todkar

Childhood Obesity

Since well before the COVID-19 pandemic started, the world has been facing the global epidemic of obesity since the decade of 1990. This owes to highly sedentary lifestyle, and easy availability of high calorie foods. During the pandemic of COVID-19...