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Reasons for Male and Female Infertility

Reasons for Male and Female Infertility

Infertility – Health & Wellbeing:

Infertility seems to be major cause of worry for many couples, even after spending several years of married life together, there might be several reasons due to which couple will not have children or will lack childbearing abilities. The following might be the major or rather certain scenarios due to which a couple may face such a problem, Specialist doctors in this area say that majority of cases can be treated, hence its necessary to have undergone all the necessary tests for a proper diagnosis and treatment there after.

In a couple the problems can be with either male of the female counterpart or even in some cases for both male and female, hence proper diagnosis is essential before getting into a conclusion.

There can be several reasons that can lead to infertility; some of the common reasons for male infertility include the following reasons:

  • Disorder in the production of sperms
  • Inadequate number of sperms
  • Poor motility or mobility
  • Vari
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Pharma Can Benefit From Digital Health Technologies

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India is the biggest manufacturer and exporter of generic drugs on globe and considered as the pharmacy of the globe. However many Indian pharma companies find it difficult to survive in global markets due to the heavy competition, lack of market research knowledge, complex regulatory results and not embracing the latest digital technologies adopted by global companies.

Innovation brings both opportunity and change, and this is true with emerging point of care technology. There is a pressing need for help in the three critical areas of Prevention, Diagnosis and Monitoring.But extremely restrictive regulations, the presence of multiple key stakeholders, a slow-to-adopt culture and other challenges distinguish healthcare from the retail and finance sectors, which have flourished with their implementations of digital technologies. Changes in regulatory, patent and market trends will drive opportunities for generic drugs and hence very big opportunities for Indian pharmaceutical compani

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HEATWAVE ALERT ! Protect yourself and beat the heat wave

A heatwave is defined as consecutive days of hot weather during which temperatures are extremely high during the day and especially at night. With temperature soaring above 45 degrees these days, summer heat is taking heavy toll on human life in India,it is crucial to be proactive to prevent sunstroke or dehydration.

The direct exposure to sunlight is causing several heat related health issues like heat exhaustion, heat cramps, muscle cramps, headaches, dizziness, fever, fatigue, drowsiness and heat strokes. Thus, it is high time to take the precautionary measures and protect ourselves and beat the heat waves.

Here are few ways to stay cool and safety tips in summers :

Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids/fruits even if you do not feel thirsty. Avoid drinks with caffeine or alcohol.

  • Drink plenty of water or other healthy fluids as much as possible, Eat small meals and eat more often.
  • Avoid extreme temperature changes.
  • Wear loose-fitting, lightweight, light-colored cloth
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Health Belief Models...

Health Belief Models...

Every case is important in medical practice; a rational motive for this belief: Patients are people and who visits medical centers with different ailments i.e. will often indicates that different medical procedures to different diseases. What works for one patient plausibly would not work for another case. Health belief model, substantially explored description of patients beliefs about health and health concerned matters. It has following constituents:

Wellness Vs Motive:

It is about personal interest in patient’s medical conditions, the preparedness and motive to bring change in their medical conditions; medically actuated subjects expect to be believed as partners by their medical providers in the healthcare decision process. They demonstrate greater tendency to commit for answerability and responsibility for their health status.

Sensed Vulnerability:

This connects to the point to which they think in the diagnosis and its possible events or results; these type of subjects don’

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India’s pharma industry may touch $55 Billion by 2020

India’s pharma industry may touch $55 Billion by 2020

India is the largest supplier of medicine to US, and pharmaceutical exports from India raise from $3.44 bn in 2013 to $3.76 bn in 2014.

​Country’s pharma sector is likely to grow over three-fold to hit $55 billion in the next five years, even as the exports from the sector may slow down to grow at a CAGR of 7.98% owing to stricter regulations in markets such as the US, Russia and Africa, says a report.

“Indian pharmaceutical industry is expected to touch $55 billion by 2020 as against the current size of $18 billion but the exports may slow down to grow at a CAGR of 7.98% in value terms due to tightening of regulatory mechanism in top exports markets of US, Russia and Africa,” a joint report by Assocham and TechSci Research reveals.

With 70 percent of market share (in terms of revenues), generic drugs form the largest segment of the Indian pharmaceutical sector, Consolidation of pharmacy players is leading to an increase in pricing pressures for generic companies existing in the U

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Mental Health Awareness Week – May 2017

posted by Harneedi on May 11, 2017
tags: Mental Health Awareness Week Healthcare
Mental Health Awareness Week Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It influences how we think, feel, and act. It likewise decides how we handle stretch, identify with others, and settle on decisions. Psychological wellness is imperative at each phase of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. Over the course of your life, if you experience mental health problems, your thinking, mood, and behavior could be affected. Many factors contribute to mental health problems, including: 
  • Biological factors, such as genes or brain chemistry
  • Life experiences, such as trauma or abuse
  • Family history of mental health problems
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Breathing Life into Healthcare in India

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The new National Health Policy is promising, but it needs stronger Centre-State coordination

The new National Health Policy (2017) released last week presents a clear vision of how India’s sluggish health system can be galvanised to deliver health and well-being to all by 2030, to meet the Sustainable Development Goal on health. The real challenge lies in its operational amplification and effective implementation which call for cementing consensus, catalysing commitment and channelling close coordination for steering Centre and the States together to deliver on this vision.

After a gestation period of over two years, that saw extensive public comment and sharp debate within the government, the policy has finally emerged as a well-crafted document that lays the path for Universal Health Coverage (UHC). Though the right to health proposed in the earlier draft has been disappointingly deleted, effective implementation of the various measures proposed in the NHP should place us on the

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Regulatory Approval: General view

posted by Harneedi on May 10, 2017
tags: Regulatory approval Pharmaceutical Market

Regulatory Approval: General view

Before a pharmaceutical product can go to a new market or developing market, filling must be composed and filed with all relevant regulatory agencies to seek a review and finally regulatory approval. Each jurisdiction has its own procedures or procedures to review drug submissions filed to their regulatory authority. These procedures can change considerably with respect to

  • How the drug submission will be managed,
  • The constitution of the review team,
  • Review timelines etc; In spite of the divergences, the procedures to turn over regulatory approval generally follow these stages:

Pre filling or Pre-Submission meeting:​

Even though left to personal choice, a pre filling meeting is often helpful so that any regulatory submission issues can be discussed and settled well in advance to the actual filling. This meeting allows the regulatory authority insight in to the proposed submission and permits them to bring their internal resources in accordance with. Ensure the challenges are

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Personal Statement: Tips for Medicos

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Many medical students give a little value to thoughtful and engaging personal statement; however others go about this narrative document as an extension of their curriculum vitae. Both of these misfires may preclude you from access to the course of study you desire. Before you start out inditing of your personal statement, it is highly necessary to understand why you have to compose one in the first place. Selection members review your personal statements as a chance to make you know you – it’s not

What acquired academically,

Where you studied, however, your personality; Review committees want to look about things that your curriculum vitae can’t provide: things like

Why you are in to medical profession?How you managed with difficult stages?

The personal experiences that influenced you,

Your Goals: these details helps to decide whether you will be a right resource; evaluators may even play a role in tying you with the mentors within your course who will most expert help you atta

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Probiotics and its Effects

Probiotics and its EffectsOverview of Probiotics and its Effects:

Human are safe when inside the womb. Once outside, they are subjected to different types of microbes. These microbes can be useful or may be harmful. As soon as the baby is out of the mother’s womb, they are subjected to different kinds of diseases caused by the microbes. This is the situation where probiotics comes in and plays the role of regulating disease causing microbes.

Lactobacillus is the best example for probiotics. These probiotics stimulate immune system for better digestive health and also produces an antibiotic, which leads to the destruction of disease causing microbes.

Understanding Probiotics: 

What are Probiotics?

As per Food and Agricultural Organization and World Health Organization (FAO/WHO), probiotics are: “Kind of live microorganism, capable of offering health benefits to mankind when administered in an adequate amount.

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