Double marker test results, disadvantages, cost precautions

Double marker test is given to 35 years above women and those who have type 1 diabetes
and a family history of birth defects.

A double marker test is a blood test and ultrasound which is given to pregnant women. To
find out any chromosomal malformation in the fetus. This test is also conducted because it
plays a major role in finding neurological conditions in the fetus like Edward’s Syndrome
and another kind of down’s syndrome and etc. Chromosomal abnormalities can result in major
problems in post-baby born but it’s extremely rare. read more

Cheston cold- uses, when, and how to use disadvantages


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Paracetamol (325mg)
Phenylephrine (10mg)
Cetirizine (5mg)


Commonly used to cure cold symptoms.


Cheston cold 5mg :20rs (in india)
Cheston cold syrup 60ml : 44rs ( in India)
Price may vary.

Types of Cheston cold

Cheston Cold
Cheston Cold DT
Cheston Cold Total Tablet

How to consume

Can be consumed with and without food. Or
( As per doctor suggested ).

When to consume

Consume when you have cold symptoms and after breakfast or dinner.


Do not miss a cheston cold dose and follow the doctor’s instructions.
A cold Cheston tablet can be taken with or without food. However, in case the stomach hurts,
the medicine should be taken with food. read more

Ghee benefits-12 direct and indirect benefits of ghee

What is Ghee

Ghee is a specific butter category from ancient India. Commonly used in the Indian subcontinent
cuisine, Middle East cuisine, Southeast Asian cuisine, traditional medicine and religious

ghee benefits

How ghee is made

Ghee is a specific type of butter used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines. Traditionally, it is
made by gently heating the cow’s milk butter until its water content comes out and its
strong milk can be cut and filtered, leaving only the fat of the liquid.

Oriented in India.

100ml Ghee nutrition fact.

Ghee is a high-calorie diet. 100 ml of ghee provides 883 calories energy
Ghee is fat only and does not contain a large amount of protein, carbohydrates, sugar, or
fiber. 100 ml of ghee contains about 99.8 grams of fat. Most fats are in ghee with saturated
fats. It also contains cholesterol
Ghee is also rich in vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin K when the source of ghee is milk from
grass-fed cattle. It also contains butyric acid. read more