GNRC Blog

  • The Journey As An Entrepreneur : Dr. Nomal Chandra Borah In recent years, entrepreneurship has gained a new popularity in the form of Start-up. Organizations are coming together to fund these start-ups. There are banks funding them, angel investors, venture capitalists and lot many to back these entrepreneurial ventures. However, this was not the picture around 30 years back. And definitely wasn’t a case in ... ×2
  • The one who never liked me! Dr. Neharika shares her fascinating story with a little boy Not everyone likes you and patients are no exception. Although this little boy’s story is by no means, of any exemplary plastic surgery and absolutely not of one of the cases/surgeries I consider an achievement in terms of skill. Yet I feel extremely happy to see him on the road to recovery because he is ... ×0
  • Everything you should know about Neuromuscular Diseases What is Neuromuscular Disease? Neuromuscular diseases are acquired or inherited conditions that affect some part of the nervous system such as Read More ×0
  • Stroke- Things you must know   A stroke occurs when there is a poor blood flow to the brain resulting in the death of brain cells. There are two main types of stroke: ischemic- caused due to lack of blood flow, and hemorrhagic- caused due to bleeding into the brain. Ischemic stroke is the most common type of stroke which is caused by Read More ×0
  • How to take care of your Low Back Pain Back pain is a pain in any region of the back. It is divided into neck pain(cervical),middle back pain(thoracic),lower back pain(lumbar). Low Back pain is a universal human experience – almost everyone has it at some point. It is significantly more common among adults aged between 35 and 55 years. Pain here can be intense  Read More ×0
  • HEALTH FOR ALL , SMILE FOR ALL On an average, every individual walks 2,500 steps a day. He/She takes 125 steps in a minute, which makes it 7500 steps an hour. An individual can be regarded as physically fit if he walks 10,000 steps every day. If a person walks at a consistent speed (preferably fast), he/she can take at least 15000 Read More ×0