diseases

Binswanger's disease

By Dr. Gupta / Mar 24, 2010

[Binswanger's disease http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binswanger's_disease  'Binswanger's disease or subcortical leukoencephalopathy is a rare form of multi-infarct dementia caused by damage to white brain matter.[1] It is characterized by loss…

skin

Leucoderma (Kilas), or Vitiligo

By Dr. Gupta / Jul 18, 2010

Leucoderma (Kilas), or Vitiligo Those cases in which the pigmentation of the skin is at fault as the sole existing…

advice

ACIDS in our daily life

By Dr. Gupta / Nov 20, 2013

FLUORIC ACID It is the acid combination of Hydrogen and Fluorine ; it is very excoriating and is kept in rubber bottles, since…

brain

DEPRESSION RESULTING FROM DOMESTIC ABUSE

By Dr. Gupta / Oct 15, 2009

DEPRESSION RESULTING FROM DOMESTIC ABUSE Frequently females are victim of domestic violence and endure emotional as well as physical…

diseases

CHIKUNGUNYA (Chikunguya)

By Dr. Gupta / Aug 18, 2011

CHIKUNGUNYA (Chikunguya) Chikungunya virus was discovered in the year 1953 from patients in an epidemic of dengue like disease in…

eye

Remove Glasses

By Dr. Gupta / Mar 10, 2009

Homoeopathy safer and superior medicine. If the proof of the pudding is in eating, it is impossible to deny that…

Arthritis

Arthritis Take ‘ THUJA OCCIDENTALIS-30’1drop in ½ cup water once every week; “GUAIACUM-Q” 1drop in ½… 


Antioxidants

Antioxidants The components of food with antioxidant activities are vitamins A, C,… 


Remove Glasses

Homoeopathy safer and superior medicine. If the proof of the pudding is in eating, it is impossible… 


Homœopathy Or Homeopathy

What's in the name?HomœopathyNow values tradition, this underpins the college ethos. If we look at key… 


THYROID

THYROIDPatients suffering from thyroid dysfunctions Patients may take following medicines with the permission of their… 

  Calculate your Body Mass Index  
  The body mass index (BMI) is a statistical measure of the weight of a person scaled according to height. BMI is calculated as the individual's body weight divided by the square of their height.

BMI is frequently used to assess how much an individual's body weight departs from what is normal or desirable for a person of his or her height. The excess weight or deficiency may, in part, be accounted for by body fat although other factors such as muscularity also affect BMI.
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SI Units US Units
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Below 16.5Severely Underweight
16.5 to 18.5Underweight
18.5 to 25Normal
25 to 30Overweight
30 to 35Obese
35 to 40Clinically Obese
40 and above Morbidly Obese