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Testing the Kidneys

T A Varkey

Kidney problems do not develop overnight. The kidney function naturally starts declining after a person cross 30s. And whether you will develop a kidney problem later in life is largely dependent on your lifestyle habits and diet. In most cases, kidney problems are caused as a result of a primary condition like diabetes, hypertension or high cholesterol levels. Here are some kidney function tests that can determine whether you are at a risk of kidney disease.

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Blood Tests in Dengue Fever

T A Varkey

Dengue is a mosquito borne viral infection. In simple words, dengue is caused by dengue virus that gains entry into the human body via mosquito bites. Because dengue is a viral disease


How to Determine Whether You Have Diabetes, Prediabetes or Neither

T A Varkey

Diabetes mellitus, often referred as Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases in which the person has high blood glucose (blood sugar).This is either because the insulin production is inadequate,