PATIENT EDUCATION

AVOID PAIN FROM BACKPACKS THIS SCHOOL YEAR

Kids carrying heavy school bags are witnessed commonly these days, it's important to remember that heavy backpacks can be the source of back, neck and shoulder-related pain in children and teenagers.

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SHOULDER ARTHRITIS AND ITS TYPES

You lift your arms to grab something off a shelf and your shoulder stiffens, grinds and cracks. No part of that feeling makes you want to move your shoulder more.

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SIX DAILY SHOULDER EXERCISES FOR ARTHRITIC PAIN

Your shoulder is made up of three bones: the upper arm bone, shoulder blade and collarbone. The ends of those bones where they meet in a joint are covered with articular cartilage

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STRESS AND HOW TO BEAT IT

Stress! Why is this word giving us the tremors, setting our hearts racing and our lungs panting harder? In day-to-day life, stress comes from a number of sources, for example, worries about situations beyond our control

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VITAMIN D FOR ALL ELDERLY PATIENTS - A MYTH

Vitamin D supplemented routinely by doctors to avoid fractures and strengthen bone has become controversial after a recent article published in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)

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WON'T I GET MY VITAMIN D FROM SUNSHINE?

Vitamin D metabolism, as shown in the picture, isn't that simple. It needs adequate 7-Dehydrocholesterol under the skin, adequate quantity of sunlight, enough time for the sun

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Women and Child Services

At MGM Healthcare, we strongly believe that a woman is the centre of any family, making her the heart of the home.

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Neonatal jaundice

One of the most common conditions in newborns is neonatal jaundice. Neonatal jaundice is the yellow discolouration of the skin and the eyes of a newborn baby.

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Immunisation in children

Immunisation is the process of building a child’s immunity to a certain disease.

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SCREEN TIME AND GADGET USE IN CHILDREN

With the advent of technology and increased access to television, mobile phones and gadgets, it is always good to know what should guide our use of these devices when it comes to children.

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CONSTIPATION IN CHILDREN

Constipation is the passage of infrequent stools (less than 3 times a week) and/or excessive straining during defecation.

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