“You don’t have to be a wreck. You don’t have to be sick. One’s aim in life should be to die in good health. Just like a candle that burns out.”

— Jeanne Moreau

Pediatrics

Medical care of infants

Anaesthesia

Inducing insensitivity to pain by gases or drugs by medical procedure

Cardiology

Diseases and abnormalities of the heart

ENT

Conditions of the ear, nose, and throat

Urology

Medical diseases of the male and female urinary tract system

ICU

Intensive Care Unit

Orthopaedics

Conditions involving the musculoskeletal system

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Everything pretaining to women health

Radiology

Medical imaging techniques for diagnosing diseases & injuries

Surgery

Operative manual and instrumental techinques to treat diseases or injuries

Nephrology

Physiology and diseases of the kidneys

Pathology

A major field in modern medicine and diagnosis

Gastroentrology

The branch of medicine which deals with disorders of the stomach and intestines

Laproscopic

Minimally invasive surgery (MIS)

Oncology

The study and treatment of tumours

Plastic Surgery

The restoration, reconstruction, or alteration of the human body

Aim for 2 and a half hours of moderate activity, like brisk walking or dancing, every week. If you’re OK with vigorous exercise, stick to 1 hour and 15 minutes a week of things like running or playing tennis. Add a couple of days of strength training, too.

If you’re busy, try short bursts of activity throughout the day. Walk often. A good target is 10,000 steps a day. Take the stairs. Park your car far away from your destination.