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How to make (DIY) your own hand sanitizer at home – Step by step with Videos

By Dr. Raj MD on April 15th, 2020 in How to

With the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, the general public is constantly reminded of the importance of regular hand washing. If access to clean water and soap is possible, make it a habit to thoroughly wash your hands as it is the simplest yet tested and proven effective way of preventing the spread of infection. On […]

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Top 10 Best Telemedicine and online health consultation (apps) services in India

By Dr. Raj MD on April 13th, 2020 in Uncategorized

COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world in many ways. Quarantine and social distancing are two ways to prevent the spread of infection. It means people have to stay in their homes to avoid contracting the deadly virus. But what if you have health needs? Who do you turn to? The answer is telemedicine. Online health […]

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Difference between – Coronavirus (COVID-19), Flu and Common cold – (Symptoms and signs)

By Dr. Raj MD on April 7th, 2020 in Diseases and Conditions

Coronavirus 2019 disease, common flu/influenza, and common cold share the same symptoms and oftentimes mistaken with one another. Although the symptoms look very similar it is important to note that they are caused by different viruses. Symptoms may look the same but there are distinctions and that’s what you get to find out in this […]

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FAQs Myths and Facts on Hand washing and Face Mask for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

By Dr. Raj MD on March 24th, 2020 in Uncategorized

Hand washing is one of the simplest, affordable, and effective means of preventing the spread of infection. Although tagged as basic preventative measures, still a lot of people don’t know how to wash their hands properly. Much worse, there are people who don’t practice hand washing at all. The spread of infection and the current […]

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Difference between Military Diet and GM Diet

By Dr. Raj MD on January 15th, 2019 in Uncategorized

Modern lifestyle has affected not just the way people live but also the way people eat. This has resulted in people being overweight and obese. In an attempt to lose excess fat the soonest time possible, many resorts to crash dieting. Today, there are many diet programs to choose from. Two of them are military […]

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Rash on Palms and Soles

By Dr. Raj MD on July 21st, 2018 in Skin

The palms and soles are the two parts of the body commonly used on a day to day activity. It is not surprising to know that these parts of the body are prone to injuries and other skin irregularities. However, when there is an itchy rash on palms and soles, it is something that should […]

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By Dr. Raj MD on June 12th, 2018 in Diseases and Conditions

What is Angiokeratoma? It is unusual tiny dark spots on the skin that are rough to touch and mostly appear on clusters. It can appear in many parts of the body such as the penis, vulva, scrotum, and labia majora. Angiokeratoma is different to that of the genital wart. Angiokeratoma is typically harmless but it […]

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By Dr. Raj MD on November 15th, 2017 in Nutrition and Diet

What is Tarragon ? Tarragon is an aromatic perennial herb commonly cultivated to use as seasoning and vinegar. It is a member of the composite family, which is closely related to Wormwood. Unlike the other members of its genus, tarragon reaches up to 2 feet and grows long, narrow and undivided leaves. Usually in August, […]

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By Dr. Raj MD on November 13th, 2017 in Nutrition and Diet

What is a Jackfruit ? Jackfruit is a thorny and enormous fruit which is usually grown in tropical areas where Monsoon rains are frequent. The appearance of this fruit is somehow like the durian and tastes musky and sweet [1]. The fruit varies in size and weight. Usually, the weight ranges from 2 to 30 […]

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By Dr. Raj MD on October 18th, 2017 in Diseases and Conditions

What is hemosiderin? It is a pigment, which is a result of hemoglobin’s by-product. It spreads into the tissue after an injury causing bruising and bleeding of the tissues. The process wherein iron from the blood stains the skin is called hemosiderin staining or hemosiderin stain. It is commonly seen in patients who have undergone […]

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