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November 2019

Aapka Doctor: An Interview with Dr. Deepak Arora (Sexologist)

By |2019-11-05T16:00:14+05:30November 5th, 2019|General|

Welcome readers! We're proud to begin a new series called Aapka Doctor (आपका डॉक्टर) where experts from the industry will be invited to speak about various subjects. To begin with, our own Dr. Amol Tayade is interviewing the noted Sexologist Dr. Deepak Arora. Please write to us if you have any suggestions on support@nulta.net [...]

September 2019

World Alzheimer’s day 2019

By |2019-09-21T17:54:34+05:30September 21st, 2019|General|

Dementia isn't a joke - and people affected by it deserve to be treated with understanding and respect. Ruchi recalls this story when she came back to her hometown after almost 4 years of staying abroad because of family disputes. She was sitting impatiently throughout the drive back home from the airport and kept [...]

World Suicide Prevention Day 2019

By |2019-09-10T17:01:13+05:30September 9th, 2019|Counselling|

This World Suicide Prevention Day 2019, nULTA and iCALL collaborate to raise awareness about Suicide. Let’s pledge this World Suicide prevention day to not let IGNORANCE and LACK OF CONCERN affect our Loved ones from illnesses which are very much treatable.Lets make a pact among ourselves to never give a cold shoulder to moist eyes and forced smiles.

August 2019

June 2019

Get Wet! Yet Protect! – Weapons for Monsoon

By |2019-06-19T13:36:02+05:30June 19th, 2019|General|

Finally, the water being carried from the ocean by the agency of clouds fell on the land.  And who wouldn't be ecstatic at the first sniff of Petrichor as monsoon announced itself in the year 2019. But as Voltaire said, With great power comes great responsibility - Voltaire the Health Department would say "With great [...]

March 2019

Car T-Cells: New Hope for Cancer Therapy

By |2019-03-24T09:58:57+05:30March 24th, 2019|General|

As far back as the 1980s, when AIDS was rampant and regularly taking the lives of young people, we understood the importance of T-cells and the immune system. Now, as we deal with what has emerged another near- epidemic of cancer in the developed world, it is logical to assume that T-cells can be useful [...]

Food As Medicine

By |2019-03-08T14:15:34+05:30March 4th, 2019|General|

Since 1992, Europe has been studying the effect of diet on long term health through a collaborative study called  EPIC (the European Prospective Investigation), which is the largest detailed study of the relationship between nutrition and cancer ever undertaken. It involves over 500,000 people in 10 European countries, coordinated by the World Health Organization and supported by [...]

October 2018

Why do we sneeze?

By |2018-10-30T16:24:00+05:30October 30th, 2018|General|

We all sneeze with the sound Achoo!! In the medical world, ACHOO is an acronym for a sternutation disorder called (autosomal dominant compulsive helio-ophthalmic outbursts) syndrome. Everyone sneezes, even the average healthy person does, sometimes at least four times a day. But do we all know why, exactly, do we sneeze? Sneezing is also called [...]

September 2018

Alzheimer’s Disease: What you need to know

By |2018-09-22T15:13:00+05:30September 21st, 2018|General|

Millions of people suffer from Alzheimer's disease. Every three seconds someone in the world develops Alzheimer’s, according to the Alzheimer Disease International (ADI). It is a progressive and irreversible brain disorder that impairs memory and other mental functions. It slowly destroys memory and thinking skills and, eventually, the ability to carry out the simplest tasks. [...]