Monthly Archives : July 2014


Loaded with features for better clinic and lab management.

Sajat Jain

Flu and The Common Cold

The Indian Monsoon sees everything from minor dust storms to violent thunderstorms. It always comes suddenly; one week we’re staring at the skies, shying away from the sun bearing down on us like a curse, and the next we get respite in the form of a tree-shaking, road-cracking storm. It

Fungal Infections in the Monsoon

As we told you in our last post, the streets may not be the safest place for you during the monsoon, but even when you’re back inside your house, there are a few things you’ll have to do to keep your largest organ, your skin, safe from harm.

The monsoon brings

Dengue, The Monsoon Fever of India

When things were looking bleak for agriculturists, the Indian government was quick to announce the arrival of monsoon. As puddles fill our roads again, we will be welcomed by serious health problems as well, the most common being Dengue. A serious threat to locals and tourists alike, Dengue fever claims

Monsoon Diseases, stay away!

For a nation that suffers summer for most of the year, rain comes as a welcome surprise. Sometimes it’s good enough to sit inside with some spare thoughts and tea, feeling chuffed about the weather outside, but other times we find ourselves wanting to dance in the rain and really

Countering Antibiotic Resistance- Learning from the world

In our previous post, we discussed the numerous problems posed by the antibiotic resistance to the entire world. As we mentioned, the situation is severe in BRIC countries-Brazil, Russia, India and China- but other developing countries are not better off. In fact, in some places, the ‘post-antibiotic’ era which we