Respect Fragile Physiology of Kids

Dr Reeha Mahajan, Dr Sunita Kumari “Children are not small adults” is a well-known dictum. The infants and children possess significant anatomical, physiological, cognitive, and psychological differences in comparison to adults, that need to be…

Nasal Bleeding in Summers

Dr Shweta Gogia Dr Shweta Gogia The season of summer is often associated with problem of nasal bleeding or epistaxis. This affects both the adults and the pediatric population equally. A number of factors are…

Ayurveda and Development Disorders

Dr Sakshi Sharma Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder of unknown aetiology. The cardinal features of Autism are impairment of social interaction, communication and imagination, and restricted interests and repetitive behaviour. Childhood autism has its manifestations…

Beat the Heat

Dr Neena Sharma Heat wave is the period of abnormal high temperature, more than normal maximum temperature during summer in the North-western parts of India. Heat wave occurs between March and June and rarely extends…

Public Health Relevance of Physiology

Dr Neena Sharma Physiology is an essential field in the realm of public health, providing critical insights into the functioning of the human body at various levels, from cellular mechanism to the organ systems. Understanding…

Acclimatisation at high altitude

Dr Raghav Gupta Jammu and Kashmir a hub of tourism with great avenues for Pilgrimage,trekking and adventure tourism also enjoys the credit of having the longest life survival in the valley of Hunza(Gilgit and Baltistan…