Author: Partha Nandi, MD

Partha Nandi M.D., F.A.C.P. is the creator and host of the internationally syndicated medical lifestyle television show, Ask Dr. Nandi. A practicing physician and a renowned international speaker, his appearances include TEDx, college commencements, numerous charity functions, premier medical meetings such as Digestive Disease Week, and nationally syndicated television programs such as The Katie Couric Show. Dr. Nandi has partnered with the Ministry of Health in multiple countries, including Jamaica and India, and has collaborated with The World Health Organization in multiple areas throughout the globe, Dr. Nandi delivers passionate and inspiring talks to diverse audiences. He continues to travel internationally for conferences and symposia, meeting with global health leaders on his quest to improve health care quality, access, and to empower people across the world “To Be Your Own Health Hero.” DrNandi@AskDrNandi.com
10 Tips to Help Improve Nausea in Pregnancy
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10 Tips to Help Improve Nausea in Pregnancy

Original Article Published on www.gynogroupie.com Nausea during pregnancy is very common, affecting more than 50% of pregnant women. Though commonly called ‘Morning Sickness,’ the symptoms can occur on any day. Nausea of pregnancy usually improves by 14-16 weeks but can continue throughout the pregnancy for some women. Nausea during pregnancy is generally not harmful to your…

The Ugly Truth About Co-parenting After Divorce: 3 Tips to Make it Livable
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The Ugly Truth About Co-parenting After Divorce: 3 Tips to Make it Livable

This  article was originally posted on www.drsueandyou.com Divorced parents, please stop pointing fingers at one another and start co-parenting. In a perfect divorce scenario, both parties separate amicably putting their children’s needs above their own misery. These parents recognize that their existing issues need to be resolved without involving the children. They do their best to…

Physical Pain and Emotions: A Bigger Connection Than You Realize
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Physical Pain and Emotions: A Bigger Connection Than You Realize

While no one thinks twice if they are getting butterflies in their stomach before going on stage or the ache in their chest if your crush throws you a smile. When you start talking about emotions causing physical pain, people look at you like you’re talking about voodoo. Yet emotions, both good and bad, have…