Awareness can help you prevent various fatal diseases. Kidney cancer is one such deadly disease but if preventive measures are taken; such as to avoid smoking and consuming alcohol, taking a healthy diet and drinking plenty of water it is possible to prevent kidney cancer. In this news article published in Navbharat Times, Dr. Vikas[…]
Nearly 0.9 million tobacco-related deaths occur annually across the country as compared to 5.5 million worldwide which is expected to increase to about 10 million during 2020s. According to Global Adult Tobacco survey, an estimated 274.9 million Indians consume tobacco in India, the world’s third largest producer of tobacco. Read More…
Kidney Cancer is caused when kidney cells become cancerous and form tumor. Kidney diseases can be identified through various symptoms such as Blood in urine, Loss of Appetite, Weight Loss and Fatigue. Once you are aware of the causes and symptoms, the disease can be prevented or diagnosed at an early stage.
Dr. Vikas Goswami answers ‘if blood in urine along with pain in the lower belly can be related to a Kidney Disease’.
Prevention is better than Cure. Kidney Disease is a harmful disease and can be caused by various factors such as obesity, smoking or genetic problems. Dr. Vikas Goswami, in this article, tells us about the causes of Kidney Cancer along with helpful preventive measures.
Be it colours used for playing or Bhang, the popular drink consumed during the festivities, Holi may not be all about harmless fun anymore. “Some colours are highly toxic and can even cause cancer. People who handle colours or play Holi often complain of conjunctivitis, visual impairment, asthma and brutal skin reactions.’ says Dr. Vikas[…]
Holi is the festival of colors. Nowadays there are various kinds of chemicals which are found in the colors which we play holi with and can cause serious skin problems like cancer. Spray colors containing Green Copper Sulphate and Mercury Sulphate and Silver color containing Aluminum Bromide can cause skin cancer. This leads to dryness,[…]
Colours traditionally made from dried flowers and herbs are now being made using harsh chemicals and dyes Holi is all about colours, joy and fun. However, as we get into the spirit of this festival, it is important to keep a watch on our skin and body.
It could be a sign of skin cancer, writes DR VIKAS GOSWAMI, and recommends a routine skin examination once a year Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. More than 3.5 million people are diagnosed annually all over the world. Melanoma is the most common form of skin cancer caused by sun’s ultraviolet(UV)[…]