News Letter


Issue - 63, December 2016

Winter is the season of fun and holidays but one should also beware of the various diseases and ailments it brings along. Therefore, this newsletter covers winter related health issues like Eczema, flu, cold, etc. It also offers helpful tips on managing diabetes, hypothermia and exercising during winter.

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Issue - 62, December 2016

This edition of our newsletter is dedicated to preventive healthcare, with primary focus on mental health, cervical cancer and Hepatitis B, among others. There are also tips on avoiding workout injuries and how home makers' New Year's resolutions should be effective in addressing their well-being.

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Issue - 61, November 2016

Since November is observed as “Diabetes Awareness Month” worldwide, it's only fitting to talk about the subject in India since we're home to the world’s second largest diabetic population. Diabetes is a condition which essentially, one needs to regulate and manage. In this newsletter, we bring you various articles related to diabetes and its complications, with which you can educate yourselves and live healthy.

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Issue - 60, November 2016

World's Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Day is always celebrated every third Wednesday in the month of November. With that in mind, for this newsletter issue, we raised awareness about the disease and focused on the need to improve its care and management.

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Issue - 59, October 2016

October is the Breast Cancer Awareness month and to commemorate the same, we tried to bring to light various important facts about breast cancer, which has plagued many women worldwide, with this month's issue of the newsletter.

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Issue - 58, October 2016

The health of senior citizens should be our topmost concern. Old people often have limited regenerative abilities and are more susceptible to disease, syndromes, and sickness than younger adults. This month's issue is dedicated to increase awareness about such common conditions affecting our elders, and their preventive measures.

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Issue - 57, September 2016

Heart related diseases and strokes have claimed millions of lives worldwide and our changing lifestyles have many contributions to make in the dwindling heart health of people today. Since 'World Heart Day' is celebrated on September 29 of every year, we raise awareness about heart health, considering heart disease can affect anyone, regardless of gender or age.

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Issue - 56, September 2016

The month of September commemorates the Arthritis and Osteoporosis Week, and keeping that in mind, our theme for this month's issue is bone and joint health. From what makes bones weak to what's ideal for bone health, we delve deeper into our human bones, and how best to take care of them.

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Issue - 55, August 2016

Most of us don't recognise a migraine, and there are many ways one can develop them. So, in this newsletter, we share insights into this complicated disorder and also some precautionary steps to keep this painful condition away.

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Issue - 54, August 2016

The number of people living with hypertension (or high BP) is predicted to be 1.56 billion worldwide by the year 2025. It is a risk factor for other life threatening illnesses. Therefore, in this issue, we try to raise awareness on the causes of hypertension and preventive measures to keep this 'silent killer' at bay.

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Issue - 53, July 2016

Water and food borne diseases are very common in most underdeveloped and developing countries due to their lack of hygiene and poor standard of living. Typhoid and Cholera are two of the most common bacterial infections in India. This issue of newsletter focuses on raising awareness about the need of hygienic practices as the only means to prevent such illnesses.

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Issue - 52, July 2016

No doubt that the monsoon has its charm, but it also brings with it countless diseases. The most common of these illness being vector borne diseases, and one of the most common and dangerous vector borne disease is Malaria. This issue covers the various risk factors for developing malaria and its symptoms as well as the precautionary measures required to prevent this disease.

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Issue - 51, June 2016

The month of June not only marks the beginning of monsoon, but also the onset of vector borne diseases mostly due to mosquitoes. Dengue is one such common vector borne disease which affects millions every year. Therefore, this issue focuses on helping you gain more insights on dengue and be more aware about various preventive measures to keep it at bay. Special focus is also given to children as they are highly susceptible to catch dengue.

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Issue - 50, June 2016

We all know that blood cells carry out different functions including providing oxygen to different parts of the body. And since the month of June celebrates the "World Blood Donor Day", this issue discusses various disorders and ailments related to human blood.

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Issue - 49, May 2016

Consumption of tobacco and smoking are the leading causes of cancer and is also a vital risk factor for many other chronic health problems. The month of May also observes the "World No Tobacco Day", and keeping with the theme, this issue of the newsletter covers problems arising from the use of tobacco and smoking, and the various health hazards resulting from it.

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Issue - 48, May 2016

May is Mental Health Awareness month and our primary focus is on the mental health of older people. With each passing year, your physical and mental health go through changes. This issue covers various conditions relating to mental health and old age. Our theme for the month of May was 'Good Health as we grow older'. Therefore, this month's issue also covers health tips for both children and women too.

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Issue - 47, April 2016

Responsible for the main job of filtering the blood coming from the digestive tract before passing it to the rest of the body, the liver also detoxifies chemicals and makes the proteins important for blood clotting and other functions. The human body will cease to function well without a healthy liver. Therefore, this issue focuses on common liver conditions and what you can do to keep your liver functioning well.

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Issue - 46, April 2016

It can't be reinstated enough that our lungs are very vital organs of the human body. There are several critical situations that affect the lungs, which in turn, affects our ability to breathe easily. This issue focuses on common lung disorders and various means to prevent and manage them.

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Issue - 45, March 2016

Zika virus is a mosquito-borne flavivirus that has affected millions all over the world. Zika fever can be related to dengue, yellow fever and chikungunya, all equally dangerous. This issue covers various important information about the Zika virus and its possible effect on your health.

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Issue - 44, March 2016

The kidney plays a vital role in the human body. They extract waste from blood, balance body fluids, form urine, and aid in other important bodily functions. The kidneys can be affected by an individual's lifestyle, food habits and several other factors, and this newsletter shed lights on various issues that concern our kidneys.

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Issue - 43, February 2016

Focusing on strength training goes a long way as it results in better functioning of your joints, and strengthening all your muscles including your core. From improving your posture to making you less prone to injuries, this newsletter features articles that help you focus on your core strength.

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Issue - 42, February 2016

Many of women's health issues are preventable. She often ignores them because she is caught up with caring for the others in her family. It's important to be aware about these issues so that she can avoid life threatening complications. This newsletter has articles that largely concern a woman's health.

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Issue - 41, January 2016

Diet and nutrition unfortunately end up taking the backseat in our busy lives today. Following a good diet, along with a fitness regime, is perhaps the only healthy way of keeping lifestyle disorders like diabetes, hypertension and obesity at bay. Hope this newsletter helps you understand just how important eating right is.

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Issue - 40, January 2016

A very Happy New Year to you all from the team here. We hope that this year will be one of new promises made towards our health, and the health of our loved ones around us. Here we give you ideas that help you stick to your regime, and maintain your health.

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Issue - 39, December 2015

While the winter brings with it the much required change of weather, it also brings a generous amount of allergies, fevers and colds, to name a few. With this edition of the newsletter, we hope you understand and manage allergies better, and stay healthy

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Issue - 38, December 2015

It's no more an alien thought for bone and joint troubles to plague the youngsters of today. While diet and lifestyle are largely to blame for this, there are always preventive and treatment options available. Make no bones about maintaining excellent bone health for a sturdy tomorrow, and read our newsletter to know how.

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Issue - 37, November 2015

This issue of the newsletter focuses on children and their well being. There is nothing more important than taking steps today to invest in the health of your child, because the benefits of these healthy habits will safeguard your children in the future. So read on to know from deworming to diabetes and sinusitis to vaccines, and much more in the newsletter.

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Issue - 36, November 2015

In this issue of our newsletter, we try to motivate you to get yourself checked for diabetes or its proper control with the help of our insightful articles. Diabetes is a disease that affects almost every major organ in the body and we've tried to shed light on most of them, so that you can understand its consequences clearly.

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Issue - 35, October 2015

In this newsletter, we focus largely on breast cancer awareness. It is important for women to choose healthy lifestyles throughout the years through and past menopause. We also shed light on breast cancer and its relation with pregnancy, diabetes, depression and exercise.

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Issue - 34, October 2015

We have chosen October as the month to focus on cancer awareness in women. This newsletter addresses the concerns people have about cancer; how one's lifestyle should be altered to be able to recover quickly after chemotherapy. From cervical cancer to cancer and diabetes, know about the precautions and care in these instances and more.

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Issue - 33, September 2015

As we continue with our Billion Hearts Beating drive, this newsletter presents more about the heart and the steps one can take to ensure its health in the long run. From brushing up on basics to dealing with heart ailments better, read up to stay aware.

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Issue - 32, September 2015

As we continue with our Billion Hearts Beating drive, this newsletter presents more about the heart and the steps one can take to ensure its health in the long run. From brushing up on basics to dealing with heart ailments better, read up to stay aware.

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Issue - 31, August 2015

This newsletter focuses on certain aspects of healthcare specific to women, and how to tackle them head on. We also cover topics related to weight and thyroid, apart from rendering oneself safe from malaria.

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Issue - 30, August 2015

This year of Independence, let's pledge to initiate freedom from communicable diseases. In this newsletter, we also focus largely on breastfeeding, along with tips on strengthening your back, taking medicines on time and lasik surgeries.

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Issue - 29, July 2015

Monsoons call for a special focus on boosting the immunity. After all, you can't make the most of monsoons by being ill, right? Read how to keep your kids free from fungal infection, keep safe distance from malaria and find out what to do should you fall prey to Seasonal Affective Disorder.

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Issue - 28, July 2015

While we await the monsoons eagerly to get relief from the scorching heat, what we get complimentary are some monsoon illnesses too. This edition focuses on how you can enjoy the monsoons and not be plagued by the diseases that come with it.​

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Issue - 27, May 2015

This edition of the newsletter is dedicated to women, talking about some specific health issues. From living with pelvic pain to removing neck-fat and dealing with diaper rash to managing stretch marks, know these and much more.​

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Issue - 26, May 2015

The month of May sees everyone get emotional expressing their love for their mothers. Our newsletter this month focuses on various lifestyle problems mothers and would-be mothers face and how they should handle them. That aside, we've also shed light on diaper rash, drinking for diabetics and exercises post 60.​

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Issue - 25, April 2015

With World Health Day being in April, this issue of the newsletter is dedicated to healthy and nutritious eating. Also included are food related troubles like allergies, piles and how to manage fussy eaters.​

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Issue - 24, March 2015

As we celebrate 30 years of serving women, we continue to address health issues faced by women, in this newsletter. No amount of awareness is enough when it comes to Cervical Cancer or UTIs, we urge you to take preliminary tests to ascertain your well-being. We also feature an intense 15 minute workout for the busy women of today, along with special exercises for expecting moms to practice to prepare for childbirth. Heard of sleeve gastrectomy? Read on to find out!​

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Issue - 23, March 2015

March is celebrated worldwide as the month for women. While we don't restrict it to March, we do have some special articles focusing on women in this newsletter. Whether it's PCOS, breast cancer detection, post pregnancy issues diabetes, or weight loss, this edition has something for every woman to take home.

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Issue - 22, February 2015

Amongst several other things, one that Apollo does is take care of you with all their heart. And since the month of February is synonymous with the beating heart, we're asking you to pledge to take better care of your hearts starting today. In this newsletter, we also guide you on how to take better care of your health with the new weather change.

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Issue - 21, February 2015

Unfortunately, this new year started with the panic of swine flu, and everyone in healthcare is trying very hard to spread awareness about the infection and various vaccinations available. We cover various articles on healthy foods, mythbusters and exercises to keep you healthy. Read on to stay healthy.​

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Issue - 20, January 2015

With the winter still on, we have to continue taking precautions so as to not fall prey to the infamous winter illnesses. Pneumonia is one of them, and our article on it helps you tackle it right. We also feature articles on Health Check-ups For Women and Insulin Myths Busted, and you will find much of this information eye-opening. We have more articles on health, fitness, children, etc so keep reading, stay aware, stay healthy!​

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Issue - 19, January 2015

A new edition to mark the new year. We hope you have a healthy 2015 and the start to good health is with the right knowledge. Our experts pitch in for our newsletters, and in this edition, we cover the ever troublesome ailments durong winters like joint pains, colds during pregnancy, sinuses and more. Read on, stay healthy.

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Issue - 18, December 2014

Just like every season, the winters too bring with them a fair share of illnesses apart from just a cold and flu. Lethargy is one of them. In this edition, we cover some indoor exercises, the right diet for the season along with how to not let this new year's eve take a toll on us! Cheers.​

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Issue - 17, December 2014

In this issue, we continue to spread awareness about the effect weight gain and obesity have on the heart and the knees as well as what it can do to pregnant women. With the fast approach of winter, we take a look at how parents can protect their children from common cold. Don't let the winter chill dampen your spirits. Enjoy the season while it lasts. To good health!​

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Issue - 16, November 2014

With the advent of World Diabetes Day, we continue to spread awareness among our readers about high levels of sugar in their blood. We also lay stress on the importance of food and nutrition for the overall development of a child.​

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Issue - 15, November 2014

As the World Diabetes Day is observed on November 14, in this issue, we take a step forward to create awareness amongst our readers regarding diabetes and related complications. Also,we talk about Apollo Sugar, a speciality clinic format exclusively focusing on various aspects of diabetes control and treatment.

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Issue - 14, October 2014

The festive season is here again, and in this issue, we bring to you a number of articles which will help keep various gastric problems at bay. The article 'Diwali Safety' talks about the precautions which one should take before indulging in the festive fun.

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Issue - 13, October 2014

It is said that the heart is the most powerful and most important organ in the body and there's good reason for it. If the heart doesn't function well, the body shuts down. In this issue, the focus is on 'heart'. We have covered some interesting topics on heart disease and more importantly the right way to fight it.

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Issue - 12, September 2014

Sometimes the heart sees what the eyes can't and thus it is all the more important for it to stay healthy and be protected against diseases. This month we celebrate the World Heart Day and thus our edition focuses on heart - the first part of the human body which is formed in the womb and beats till our last breath.

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Issue - 12, September 2014

As being aware is the first step towards bringing a positive change, in this edition of our newsletter we have focused on certain respiratory disorders - mainly asthma. A general introductory article about asthma elaborates on the same. We also have articles about asthma in expectant mothers, one about asthma in children and another about asthma in diabetics.

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Issue - 11, August 2014

In this issue we have talked about diseases which spread easily during monsoons. Also, how regular health checks play a major role in identifying underlying diseases at an early stage. Here’s wishing you a Happy Independence Day!

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Issue - 11, August 2014

With the weather that has turned even more unpredictable this time around, illnesses are on an all-time increase. The first week of August is celebrated as the World Breastfeeding Week and so we bring you an article emphasising the importance of breastfeeding too.

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Issue - 6, April 2014

We circle back to heart health in this issue to remind you that at the heart of all things good and healthy, is well…your heart. We bring you new insights on the link between diabetes and heart disease and address questions on heart murmurs in children that you never got around to asking.

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Issue - 5, March 2014

This issue of Lets Talk Health provides an overview of some of the common bone and joint conditions encountered, factors that influence their incidence and severity, measures for their mitigation and management, as well as some useful health and fitness tips and wholesome recipes for general wellbeing.

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Issue - 4, February 2014

In this edition of Lets Talk Health, the focus was on prevention in the context of general health, mother and child health, and diabetic health. This issue on Prevention aims to give you oft-neglected insights into basic preventive health care that can be addressed personally and with the aid of your doctors.

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Issue - 3, January 2014

Maternity and pregnancy are important milestones in a woman's life—ones that are accompanied with much joy and anticipation. This issue carries essential know-how and know-why on maternity—so that women who wish to embark on the journey may do so with confidence and assurance. We also address in this issue related concerns such as gestational diabetes, which may develop in some women during pregnancy.

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Issue - 2, January 2014

In this issue of Lets Talk Health, we pin these ailments down to our examination table and unveil their modus operandi to enable you to manage them better. We also examine a not so well-known condition, COPD, which is gaining notoriety for its insidious nature.

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Issue - 1, December 2013

This edition of Lets Talk Health focuses on heart health in the context of rising incidence of heart diseases across all groups globally.It also throws light on link between diabetes & heart disease,breast feeding practices for a healthy heart and complimentary practices for heart health

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Issue - 8, April 2013

In this edition of Apollo Happy Family, the focus would be on the adult immunisation. Immunisation is only for kids is a myth and we never outgrow the need for adult vaccines.

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Issue -7, March 2013

This issue of the Apollo Happy family, is dedicated to "World Kidney Day". This year's theme being "STOP Kidney Attack! Protect your kidneys", aims to raise aqareness of the importance of kidneys to overall health and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease.

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Issue -6, February 2013

Cancer is one of the toughest diseases to fight with and is a leading cause of death worldwide. Timely treatment can help curb cancer

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Issue -4, December 2012

December is a very exuberant time for us, Christmas and the New Year around!
It also brings along the winter season when people like to bask in the warm sunshine..

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