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Common drugs such non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and pain killers like ibuprofen are known to cause kidney damage and disease if taken regularly. Such medications probably do not pose significant danger if your kidneys are relatively healthy and if used occasionally. For chronic pain, such as arthritis or back pain, work with your doctor to find a way to control your pain without putting your kidneys at risk. Get your kidney function checked if you have any of the ‘high risk’ factors such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity or if one of your parents or other family members suffers from kidney disease. Rabeea Azmat Senior Instructor, Nephrology
Down syndrome is a genetic condition in which a child is born with an extra chromosome.
With an illustrious career spanning over 2 decades; comprising numerous success stories of patients, Dr. Nuzhat Faruqui, Assistant Professor, Departme
Poor dental hygiene can make you susceptible to major health problems including infections and diseases.
World Happiness Day Celebrated at the Aga Khan University Hospital to recognise the importance of happiness around the world.
The Aga Khan University Hospital held a Free Kidney and Bladder Camp at the Main Campus Courtyard, on Tuesday, 20 March 2018.
Early screening can prevent colorectal cancer by detecting small polyps before they turn into early stage cancer.
The sleep/wake cycle is a daily pattern that determines how much you sleep every day. Sleep disorders occur if this cycle is disturbed.
The Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH) hosted a Parkinson’s Unity Walk to raise awareness about this neurological disease
Every year, 8,000 to 9,000 children in Pakistan are diagnosed with cancer. Of this, leukaemia (blood cancer) and lymphoma (cancer of the lymph gland)
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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is currently the 8th leading cause of death in women. Diabetes and high blood pressure are key risk factors for this dise
The Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH) hosted a golf tournament in Lahore to raise funds to support needy patients with congenital heart disease (CHD
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Zafar Barki had become rapidly overweight in his twenties and thirties, due to overeating and lack of exercise.
Dr Shabbir Ahmed Naeem was busy in his usual routine one day, when he suffered a paralysis attack.
A father of three, and in his late 50’s, Mr. Shoaib Iqbal was leading a normal, healthy life, and had no apparent medical complaints.
Dayem studies at Bahria University, Karachi and wants to become an IT specialist like his father. He is passionate about football and supports the German team.
"It was during my K-2 summit attempt in 2014 when I noticed that I was facing a serious health problem” recalled, Samina Baig.
Moiz was playing with a retractable toy when it accidentally snapped and flew at him, hitting his eye and injuring it severely.
His glinting eyes and mischievous smile are extraordinary. This is because 10-year-old Sameer Ahmed has just survived a terrifying ordeal.
Arzoo Saltanat is a native of Gilgit. For the last three years, an ordeal has overshadowed Arzoo's life: her fight against cancer.
In 2012, the results of a biopsy test at the Aga Khan University Hospital revealed that Aliciya Josephine had breast cancer.
"Come to the Aga Khan University Hospital and have a check up done. The excellent facilities here are available to everyone." Sadaf Ahmed.
“My family and I were at the brink of losing hope when we had called the GS Hotline. The professional receiving the call was not only gentle but..."
In 2014, Sidra Bhutto, a high-spirited girl from Larkana, was diagnosed with Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. For a young girl with big dreams, this news came as a complete shock.
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