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Fatty liver in the news today @ Deccan Chronicle. Top 10 facts: 1. Most cases of fatty liver are harmless; there is no need to panic. 2. It is common among those who drink alcohol, eat junk food and don’t exercise. 3. Liver fat accumulation is the key. Fatty liver can occur even among those who don’t drink. 4. A few people with fatty liver have underlying chronic liver inflammation; some of these can go on to cirrhosis, especially those who drink. 5. Clinical testing can help identify this subgroup of patients. 6. There is no need to test or…read more
Times of India on Colon cancer in India. My research is quoted in this article.read more
Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is becoming one of the major concerns of the society as citizens continue to be exposed to sound levels much beyond the tolerance levels.read more
The state health department has put its staff and field workers on high alert as the fall in water levels in rivers and dams could lead to consumption of contaminated water.read more
Stress and change in lifestyle seems to be adversely affecting the guts of youngsters. An increasing number of professionals and students in the state are visiting gastroenterologists with problems of abdominal pain, gas and acidity.read more
Though people are aware that health food choices and lifestyle changes can address the issues of constipation, most people prefer to address the problems with instant medications, say gastroenterologists in city.read more
Dr Rajeev Jayadevan completed his MBBS and MD General Medicine with top honors from Christian Medical College (CMC) Vellore in 1995. He received training in Clinical Epidemiology and Public Health from Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
He has extensive international experience of performing over 19,000 endoscopies. He was awarded MRCP (UK) from England in 1996. He obtained Board Certification in Medicine and Gastroenterology (Fellowship) from New York Medical College, and spent 3 years in the UK and 10 years in the US before returning to his hometown of Kochi. He established the department of Gastroenterology at Sunrise Hospital Cochin.