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National Dengue Day 2022

National Dengue Day 2022

National Dengue Day is observed in India on May 16 to increase awareness about dengue and to intensify preventive measures and preparedness for the control of the disease in the country before transmission season starts.
Happy Mother’s Day 2022

Happy Mother’s Day 2022

Right from the start, mothers were the ones who nurtured us, prayed over us, worried about us, guided us, and supported us in every pursuit. Let us thank her today. Wishing every mother a Happy Mother’s Day! #happymothersday #mothersday2022 #mothersday...
International Epilepsy Day 2022

International Epilepsy Day 2022

Throughout the world, more than 120 countries celebrate International Epilepsy Day each year as a way to raise awareness about epilepsy. Every year epilepsy is observed on the second Monday of February to draw attention to the problems facing epilepsy patients and...
Post-Traumatic Facial Reconstruction

Post-Traumatic Facial Reconstruction

We often see motor vehicle accidents, gunshots, falls, and fire engulfs. All these factors may cause facial injuries, also known as facial trauma. A trauma surgeon is trained to perform life-saving procedures on people who have been injured severely. Later on, the...
National Hand Washing Awareness Week

National Hand Washing Awareness Week

One of the most effective ways to stop the spread of germs and stay healthy is also one of the simplest — handwashing with soap and water. Global Hand washing Week highlights the importance of handwashing with soap and water at home, in the community, and around the...
World Aids Day 2021

World Aids Day 2021

World AIDS Day is celebrated every year on December 1 to spread awareness about HIV/AIDS. It has become one of the most widely recognized international health days and aims to raise awareness about AIDS.
World Diabetes Day 2021

World Diabetes Day 2021

Free Blood Sugar Monitoring Camp By Premier Hospital On World Diabetes Day 2021. On this world diabetes day 2021 premier hospital is conducting Free Blood Sugar Monitoring Camp on 14th November at premier hospital from 9 AM to 5 PM. For more details visit...
National Cancer Awareness Day 2021

National Cancer Awareness Day 2021

Early detection of cancer in the initial stages can significantly reduce the number of deaths. It is also an essential part of the fight against cancer as it also reduces the cost of treatment by a great amount compared to the cost incurred when treated at a later...
World Heart Day 2021

World Heart Day 2021

Most people believe that heart disease commonly affects elder people who are over 50, but in fact, it can affect anyone from childhood to early adulthood. In addition to this, here are some common myths busted by the top cardiologist in Hyderabad at Premier Hospital....
World Alzheimers Day 2021

World Alzheimers Day 2021

The theme of the campaign for 2021 is “Know Dementia, Know Alzheimer’s” and the campaign is focused on increased awareness. We not only highlight dementia warning signs during the campaign but also discuss the importance of getting a timely diagnosis. When informed,...
Dengue Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Dengue Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

What is dengue? Dengue is a fever caused by one of the four dengue viruses and it is transmitted by the female mosquito species Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus. Dengue is more common in tropical and subtropical regions which are spread in more than 100 countries....
Happy Raksh bandhan

Happy Raksh bandhan

On this wonderful occasion, celebrate the bond of love with all your heart. Wishing everyone a very happy Raksha Bandhan ! #happyrakshabandhan #HappyRakshaBandhan2021 #happyrakhi #RakshaBandhan #Premierhospital #drmaheshmarda...
How is Heart Conditions diagnosed?

How is Heart Conditions diagnosed?

Heart disease is defined as a health condition that affects the functions of your heart. Numerous tests are available to diagnose various heart diseases. According to some trusted sources, deaths from cardiovascular diseases range from 1.6% to 7.4% in rural areas and...
World Breast Feeding Week 2021

World Breast Feeding Week 2021

Is there a right time to start nursing my baby?  What is the importance and benefit of breastfeeding? What’s the healthiest way to feed your baby? Breastfeeding or bottle-feeding? Your breasts will lose their shape if you breastfeed your baby! Is it good or bad...
World Diabetes Week 2021

World Diabetes Week 2021

Creating awareness is the most powerful way to reduce the impact of any dangerous condition, including diabetes – in our neighbourhood, our state and all around the country. The main objective of this week is to create awareness about diabetes and encourage people all...
World Brain Tumour day 2021

World Brain Tumour day 2021

Every year World Brain Tumor Day is observed on the 8th of June. This was an initiative taken by the German Brain Tumor Association as a tribute to all brain tumour patients and their families in the year 2000. Over time it got worldwide recognition and turned out to...
World No-Tobacco Day 2021 – May 31

World No-Tobacco Day 2021 – May 31

Do you know how and when the world no tobacco day started? In 1987, the World Health Organization Member States started this World No Tobacco Day to draw global attention to how diseases are growing like an epidemic due to the use of tobacco and its products and...
World Hand Hygiene Day 2021

World Hand Hygiene Day 2021

Every year World Hand Hygiene Day is celebrated on May 05, 2021. On this day World Health Organization (WHO) organizes various awareness camps. It encourages patients and their friends and family members to join and support healthcare workers in their efforts to...
World Immunisation Week 2021

World Immunisation Week 2021

Every year the last week of April is celebrated as World Immunization Week. The main aim of this week is to promote the benefits of vaccines and how they are safeguarding people’s health of all ages against dangerous diseases.  Immunization saves millions of...
World Malaria Day 2021

World Malaria Day 2021

World Malaria Day is commemorated every year on 25th April, this annual event is organised worldwide, to raise malaria awareness and generate funds to treat patients and prevent malaria. The day highlights the need for various organizations and political intervention...
World Parkinson’s Day 2021

World Parkinson’s Day 2021

World Parkinson’s Day is commemorated on April 11, and the whole month is considered Parkinson’s Awareness Month. Every year many communities around the world come together and create various awareness programmes about this neurodegenerative disorder....

Stay Healthy this Summer

https://premierhospital.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/stay-healthy-this-summer.mp4 It’s time for the hot & sunny Summer! A change in season means a change in weather. So we need to adapt to the conditions by changing our daily routine, changes in diet, and of...
World Epilepsy Day 2020

World Epilepsy Day 2020

Children are the source of your joy and happiness and that’s why even the slightest disturbance to them cause great sore to their parents. One can imagine their situation when their young ones go through certain serious health issues.   For instance, seizures...
World Cancer Day 2020

World Cancer Day 2020

Sooner or later, it looks, that cancer shows an impact on many people. Cancer is a genetic disorder which is caused due to changes in genes that control the functions of our cells in the body, particularly how they grow and divide. Experts are working to find the...
What is Balance Disorder Test?

What is Balance Disorder Test?

A balance disorder is a condition where you feel unsteady or dizzy. You might experience spinning or tipping over while you are standing, sitting, or even lying down in this condition. This might interrupt your daily activities in life. Sometimes it also leads to...
National Handwashing Week 2020

National Handwashing Week 2020

Personal hygiene always starts and ends with our hands. Although from our childhood, we’re taught to wash our hands thoroughly before dinner. But it’s important to recognize that germs don’t care about the time of the day, so it is essential to clean...
National Handwashing Awareness Week

National Handwashing Awareness Week

How to protect yourself from Germs? Wash you hands often with soap and water or use alcohol based hand sanitiser Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth Avoid close contact with people who are sick Clean and Disinfect commonly touched surfaces Global Handwashing...
A Guide To Know About Cervical Kyphosis

A Guide To Know About Cervical Kyphosis

Many curves can be seen from the side of the spine. These curves work as a shock absorber and hold some weight from the body. Your spinal column is divided into the upper spine (neck), which is known as the cervical spine. The lower back is known as the lumbar spine,...
World Asthma Day, May 5th, 2020

World Asthma Day, May 5th, 2020

Asthma & COVID-19 relation becoming a dominating debate day by day due to Coronavirus. This virus causing respiratory problems like pneumonia and acute respiratory distress syndrome, researchers say that people with chronic respiratory diseases (CRDs) like Asthma...
How Is A Heart Condition Diagnosed?

How Is A Heart Condition Diagnosed?

Disorders of the heart are referred to as Heart Disease or Cardiovascular diseases. They include narrowed or blocked blood vessels that can cause heart attacks, chest pain (angina pectoris), or stroke and also other heart conditions, such as those that affect the...
Top 10 Simple Tips For Healthy Heart

Top 10 Simple Tips For Healthy Heart

Heart disease is the number one killer in both men and women in India. However, many of these deaths can be prevented with appropriate precautions. Change is an essential component when trying to prevent or stay safe from heart disease. For most, prevention of heart...
World TB Day, 24 March 2020

World TB Day, 24 March 2020

Every year, World Tuberculosis (TB) Day is commemorated on 24 March to raise awareness among the public about the devastating health, social and economic consequences we faced and facing due to TB, and to make efforts to end the global TB disease. The date indicates...
10 Reasons To Meet A General Physician

10 Reasons To Meet A General Physician

Do we need to see a doctor? This is a question that arises often. Regardless of what you can say, the main symptoms and incidents are not the only reason to visit a doctor. In fact, according to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the...
Can Stress And Anxiety Cause Heart Problems?

Can Stress And Anxiety Cause Heart Problems?

How one handles anxiety and stress and responds to it, varies from individual to individual. An individual’s response to stress, if negative, can cause various health problems. Excessive stress can contribute to everything from high blood pressure, to asthma, ulcers,...
Traumatic Brain Injury: An Overview

Traumatic Brain Injury: An Overview

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a sudden brain injury caused by a blow or a jolt to the head. TBI is a severe public health problem in India. Every year, 3.5 lakh people are killed and many more left with permanent disability in India due to TBI. Common causes are car...
Preventing Traumatic Brain Injury In Sports

Preventing Traumatic Brain Injury In Sports

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a blow or jolt to the head or an object penetrating through the head that interferes with normal brain function. TBI can develop when the head has suddenly and roughly hit an object or when an object penetrates the skull and penetrates...
Frequently Asked Questions In Cardiology

Frequently Asked Questions In Cardiology

Are you or a loved one interested in learning more about heart health? Regardless of whether you have general questions about heart health or specific questions about Cardiology Services, the FAQ will help you find the answers you are looking for. Below is a list of...
Cloud ECG Sponsored By Premier Hospital

Cloud ECG Sponsored By Premier Hospital

Heart Attack is one of the biggest cause of death all over the world.  Nearly 177 million people lost their lives due to cardiovascular disease according to WHO. Cardiovascular diseases are nearly accounting for 31% of global deaths. We, Premier Hospitals introduced...
Diet and Exercise For Your Healthy Heart

Diet and Exercise For Your Healthy Heart

Your heart is the centre of your cardiovascular system. It participates in many daily functions and brings your body to life. A healthy heart is essential for your life and must be maintained. Diet and exercise are the best choices to improve heart health. These are...
World COPD Day, 20 November 2019

World COPD Day, 20 November 2019

Every year World COPD Day (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is commemorated on the third Wednesday of November. It is being organized by the renowned Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD) in association with health experts and COPD...
How Do I Know If My Child Has Heart Problems?

How Do I Know If My Child Has Heart Problems?

About one out of every 100 children suffers from a heart problem. If this problem exists from birth, then it is called as congenital heart disease. Heart defects are usually treatable, either by drugs, surgeries or other medical procedures. A child with heart problems...
World Pneumonia Day, 12 November 2019

World Pneumonia Day, 12 November 2019

Pneumonia is an infectious disease killing children over 8, 00,000 lives yearly. Though it many lives of children it remains neglected in most the areas in India. Many health organisation trying hart to bring down the number of deaths. But recent surveys sate that the...
World Stroke Day, 29 October 2019

World Stroke Day, 29 October 2019

We might have heard the phrase: “Don’t stress yourself so much; you might get your nerves damaged.” In fact, most people use these sentences way too often and too casual. However, Brain Stroke is one such kind of problem. The truth is the risk of brain stroke...
World Polio Day, October 24, 2019

World Polio Day, October 24, 2019

Poliomyelitis, popularly known as Polio, a highly infectious viral disease mostly affects children under the age of 5 years. The virus can transmit from person-to-person spread mainly through orofecal route or less frequently through contaminated water or food. Once...
World Trauma Day, 17th October 2019

World Trauma Day, 17th October 2019

Any physical injury caused to your body is termed as Trauma. The injury might be a result of many reasons which include road accidents, fire accidents, burns, falls, violence and crimes against the weak people including women, children and elderly. Out of all, Road...
Burden Of Heart Disease In India

Burden Of Heart Disease In India

There has been a significant increase in heart disease over the past 20 years. The research revealed that more than 55 million people in India are suffering from cardiovascular diseases. Shockingly, they have become the leading cause of death in India, representing...
Heart Failure And It’s Stages

Heart Failure And It’s Stages

Have you ever wanted to know more about Heart failure, its symptoms, causes, stages and treatments? Then this blog by Premier Hospitals is just for you. There are four chambers in every human heart. The two chambers on top are the Atria. The atria receive blood from...
Swine Flu: Do’s & Don’ts

Swine Flu: Do’s & Don’ts

Swine Flu is one of the highly contagious respiratory diseases. If not treated on time it leads to life-threatening complications. It is caused by the H1N1 Influenza A virus. Children, pregnant women are more prone to this severe infection. Swine flu usually causes...