Diabetes mellitus (commonly called Diabetes) is a common metabolic disease. People become diabetic when the glucose (sugar) level in their blood increases. In the condition of diabetes, your body either doesn’t produce enough insulin (insulin deficient) or can’t effectively utilize the insulin made in the pancreas (insulin resistant). Our latest blog post is dedicated to discussing diabetes and its types; the health issues associated with it and various tests available to diagnose the same.
The corporate world is experiencing a paradigm shift with more female employees slowly rising the ladder and creating their own position in the once called “men’s world”. A successful woman today flawlessly juggles between their roles at home and work and is smartly reprioritizing their focus where and when it needs. This huge portfolio of responsibilities surely demands double the amount of energy to keep going, so maintaining good health is vital for women.
Hiccups are incessant, uncontrollable contractions of the diaphragm-the muscle that parts the chest from the abdomen and plays a vital role in breathing. When the diaphragm contracts, the lungs take in oxygen. When the diaphragm relaxes, the lungs release the carbon dioxide. Each diaphragm contraction is trailed by a sudden closure of vocal cords, producing the rhythm called hiccups