Shweta Khanna is a dental surgeon who has experience in dentistry for more than 13 years. She has been writing innovative medical and healthcare content for the past eight years. She has authored various medical blogs/articles related to dentistry, orthopedics, dermatology, women's health, consumer health articles, and research articles (basic and clinical).

Effects of Overpopulation on Our Health

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The global population is growing exponentially at an alarming rate. A nation's overpopulation can have several repercussions. There is a visible strain on resources such as energy, food, and water supply there are additional burdens like the rise of pollution, environme... Read More

5 Self-Care Steps That Doctors Must Follow to Have a Balance Work and Life

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Achieving work-life balance for doctors is important for their general job satisfaction, improved patient care, less burnout, and personal happiness and health. Doctors dedicate their lives to caring for others. However, due to the demanding nature of their work, t... Read More

Everything You Need To Know About Vitiligo

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Vitiligo is a chronic (long-lasting) autoimmune condition that results in regions of skin losing their color and pigment. It is a multifactorial disease initiated by environmental, genetic, and immune factors. The skin turns a milky-white color when melanocytes (pigment... Read More

Decoding the Difference Between Plasma, Platelet, & Blood Donation

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Every year, millions of individuals require blood transfusions. A blood transfusion may be required during surgery, following an injury, in severely anemic individuals or who have dangerously low platelet counts because of certain medical conditions (bleeding disorders)... Read More

How To Protect Children from Tobacco Exposure?

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Secondhand smoke, commonly referred to as environmental tobacco smoke, is the smoke exhaled by smokers from the burning tips of cigars, pipes, and cigarettes. There are over 4,000 compounds in it. Over fifty of these chemicals have been linked to cancer, making many of ... Read More

Children's Mental Health: Recognize Their Signs of Struggle and Know When Your Child Needs Help

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Mental health is the whole state of well-being of how you think, feel, and behave. It is distressing for adults to deal with mental distress, but do you know that children also suffer from mental illness? Yes! Children often experience ups and downs that impact their em... Read More

Chia Seeds or Flaxseeds: Which Is Better?

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When it comes to including healthy food choices in your diet, both chia and flax seeds are highly versatile and simple to include in your meal. These two nutritious powerhouses can be a common addition to cereals, salad dressings, dairy, and smoothies due to their vario... Read More

Decoding the Link Between Climatic Change and Increasing Incidences of Malaria

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Mosquitoes are more than just annoying nuisances that cause summertime insomnia. These small insects can transmit dangerous diseases such as malaria, dengue, and chicken guinea. Among these malaria is the most common one, which kills over a million people annually. The ... Read More

Why New Moles Suddenly Appear and When To Worry?

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Moles are nothing but a cluster of pigment cells. Almost every adult has common moles and you may have a few extras if your skin is fair. Moles may appear as flesh-colored bumps or small marks on the skin in varied colors, shapes, and sizes. A typical mole can have... Read More

Know How Epilepsy Affects Women and Their Reproductive Health

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Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes frequent, spontaneous seizures. A seizure is an abrupt spike in aberrant brain activity. Contrary to popular belief, epilepsy is common in women. One million women in their reproductive years alone suffer from this illness... Read More

Autism: Importance of Routine and Therapies

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Autism or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that impacts an individual’s behavior, social interaction, and communication with others. It is characterized by certain repetitive behaviors and difficulties with social interaction and communi... Read More

Here's Why Your Gums are So Important to Your Over All Health

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Alike our skin, gums are the pink, fleshy supporting tissue inside the mouth that keeps teeth in place. They are a kind of nest and anchoring system that supports and shields your teeth. Gums form a tight seal around the teeth and provide a protective barrier, preventin... Read More



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