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GRIM HEALTH PICTURE OF PAKISTAN

  • Saleem Shahab
  • July, 2018
  • Health

The health indicators do not present a good sign for the future of Pakistan which is directly related to the health of its citizens

The health picture of Pakistan is grim and grave to every thinking Pakistani. Out of 190 nations, Pakistan stands at 122 as far as health related problems are concerned according to a World Health Organization performance report. A nation comprising 200...


FASTING IS BENEFICIAL FOR HEALTH

  • AQSA FARIDEEN
  • June, 2018
  • Health

Hunger has been proven treatment in illnesses such as gastritis, tonsillitis and colds. When we fast, we are diverting energy from the digestive system to the immune system.

During the 9th Isamic month Ramadan the Muslims fast daily for 30 days as ordained in Quran. "O you who believe fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you so that you can learn Taq...


OBESITY, THY NAME IS WOMAN?

  • AQSA FARIDEEN
  • May, 2018
  • Health

On a serious note the alarming thing is that Pakistan is the 9th most obese country out of 188 countries

Health is a great blessing and I realised this after I experienced severe leg pain and used to limp as I have mentioned in an earlier issue. I am not a health freak but I am health conscious and generally eat healthy (but I do have a sweet tooth).

I...


REVOLUTIONIZING HEALTH INDUSTRY THROUGH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  • MUHAMMAD JUNAID RAFIQUE
  • Apr, 2018
  • Health

Performance of health industry is not enviable by any standard. There may be several factors behind the scene but apparently, I would like to say that we are not exploiting the information technology in the health sector despite the fact we are living in information age and beat the drums to boost this sector. Can you imagine that with available software and a helplinewe can bring revolution in heal...


IMPROVING HEALTHCARE IN PAKISTAN

  • SAAD MUBASHAR
  • Sep, 2017
  • Health

Over the past few years there has been significant improvement in the health sector of Pakistan. Not everything is exactly going according to the plan, but the general tendency is towards the betterment

Traditionally, health facilities and Pakistan don't go hand in hand. Pakistan's health sector has always lacked luster and effectiveness, partly due to shortage of facilities and partly...


THE MEDICAL IMPLICATIONS OF LIGHT AT NIGHT (LAN) - PART II

  • Colin Henshaw
  • Apr, 2017
  • Health

Exposure to fluorescent lighting, especially in schools and offices can lead to work related stress, high blood pressure and depression. It can also affect human fertility. Exposure to light at night can also have unfavourable psychological effects that can affect the chemistry of the blood and urine

THE LIGHTING INDUSTRY

The lighting we use is pr...


REVOLUTIONIZING HEALTHCARE IN PAKISTAN MARHAM: FIND A DOCTOR

  • SAAD MUBASHAR
  • Apr, 2017
  • Health

MARHAM will always be free for the patients. As long as the doctors are concerned, they are also enjoying some features without any cost

Sound health is an essential ingredient to good living and in maintaining an efficient lifestyle. For that very reason, health experts from all over the world are continuously striving day and night in order to inculcate contemporar...


The Medical Implications of Light At Night (LAN)

  • Colin Henshaw
  • Mar, 2017
  • Health

Exposure to fluorescent lighting, especially in schools and offices can lead to work related stress, high blood pressure and depression. It can also affect human fertility. Exposure to light at night can also have unfavourable psychological effects that can affect the chemistry of the blood and urine

INTRODUCTION

Whilst the familiar concept of light pollution is d...


BENEFITS OF DARK CHOCOLATE

  • KIPS CSS Admin
  • Jan, 2017
  • Health

HEALTHIER HEART

The latest research backs up claims that chocolate has cardiovascular benefits: in a 9- year Swedish study of more than 31,000 women, those who ate one or two servings of dark chocolate each week cut their risk for heart failure by as much as a third. Another big, long-term study in Germany last year found that about a square of dark chocolate a day lowered bl...


Health Benefits of Coconut

  • KIPS CSS Admin
  • Oct, 2016
  • Health

HELPS PREVENT OBESITY by speeding up metabolism, providing an immediate source of energy with fewer calories than other fats. People who consistently use coconut products, report a stronger ability to go without eating for several hours with no affects of hypoglycemia.

IMPROVES HEART HEALTH by providing healthy short chain and medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) that are essential to good ...


It Is Just Not Cricket

  • Rana Muhammad Umer
  • Oct, 2016
  • Health

Owing to its riches, PCB can rightly be called a gold mine where everyone seems trying one's luck

I am thankful to Almighty who granted me opportunity to wear green cap for almost 18 years. During my career, I was honored to be the captain of Pakistan’s cricket team for a short while. It has been 25 years since I have left cricket. However, I have seen many ups and down in PCB during m...


Health and Fitness Tips

  • KIPS CSS Admin
  • Aug, 2016
  • Health

CURB YOUR SWEET TOOTH Got a late-night sugar craving that you just won’t quit? To satisfy your sweet tooth without pushing yourself over the calorie edge, even in the late night hours, think fruit first, so resist that chocolate cake siren, and instead enjoy a sliced apple with a tablespoon of nut butter (like peanut or almond) or fresh fig halves spread with ricotta. Then sleep sweet, knowing you’re st...


Are You Sick of Your Dental Caries?

  • Dr Sundas Waqas
  • July, 2016
  • Health

An Overview of Causative Factors, Symptoms, & Treatment of Tooth Decay

Dental Caries, or tooth decay, is the most common disease to have inflicted mankind. It is estimated that almost 100% adults have had signs of tooth decay at some point in their lives. Recently, there has been a considerable increase in worldwide incidence of caries, more so in developed countries.

&...

Free Radicals And Antioxidants The Roleplayers Behind Aging, Cancers And Diseases

  • KIPS CSS Admin
  • June, 2016
  • Health

We live in an era when rapid industrialization and massive urbanization has transformed our lives in ways unimaginable a couple of decades back. While it’s easier to get things done today, this substantial transformation has rendered us prone to systemic illnesses and degenerative disease more than ever before. Life in the fast lane, as we call it, has taken a toll on the health and general well-being o...