July 1 Marks Doctor’s Day: 5 Doctors You can Follow for Health Tips

National Doctor’s Day :  These Docs are taking care of your health in a very creative way. Take Look

Every year July 1 is celebrated as National Doctor’s Day. During the pandemic, we realized how doctors did their duties to save maximum lives. People all across the world people shared heartwarming stories where doctors went out of their way to save patients life. Today, we bring to you list of doctors who are spreading awareness on healthy life through creative ways.

On one hand, these kinds of days are meant to focus on personal health. While keeping nature in mind, some people have been creating awareness for the same for now.

Being a doctor is indeed a noble profession. We always solemnly imagine the Doctor. However, some Doctors on Instagram are determined to create awareness in every possible creative way.

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Therefore, we suggest 5 such Doctors on Instagram you should follow.

Dr Prateek Makwana (@fertility_scribbles)

Many such social media handles are actively working on Female health. However, a few focus on men and their health problems. Dr Prateek Makwana often answers questions related to men and hygiene, sex and intimacy, and other women-centric health problems.

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Moreover, you can even check out his incredible dance moves.

Dr Meenakshi Ahuja, (doctors_in_the_house)

With a 3-generation Doctor’s family, you can find the solution to almost most of your medical problems on one single page. In the Doctor’s clan, Dr Atul is an MS ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat), also called M.S. in otolaryngology. İt is the field of medicine that deals with diagnosing and treating diseases concerned with ear, throat, nose, head and neck, Dr Meenakshi, Doctor of Medicine in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Dr Mrinalini, M.D.S. Cons dentistry & Endo and Dr Armaan, who is an M.B.B.S.

Dr Riddhima Shetty, (friendly_neighbourhood_obgyn)

Dr Riddhima Shetty, an obstetrician-gynecologist, is part of the proud doctors’ army. This friendly Doctor is not only dealing with women’s reproductive health but is highly active in posting videos related to Covid precautions. Being an obstetrician, she specializes in pregnancy, childbirth, and a woman’s reproductive system. And yes, obstetricians and gynaecologists are different.

Saniya Bedi, (therapybysaniya)

Saniya Bedi is a Psychologist and is resolving issues related to our day-to-day life. On her Instagram handle, you can find solutions to mental health issues at your workplace, family issues, body positivity, parenting problems, and more.

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Suppose you do not have time to read an entire journal or article about a particular issue. In that case, Bedi makes sure that a simple post resolves your thing.

Dr Siddhant Bhargava, (dr.siddhant.bhargava)

Not just a doctor but also a celebrated doctor is a more apt term for Dr Siddhant Bhargava. He is famous as a nutritional-fitness scientist and a celebrity nutritionist. The renowned Doctor also owns Food Darzee. The fat-loss ninja has also dealt with Lupus, an incurable, rare autoimmune disorder. Not only this, Bhargava got a life-threatening call from Thyroid cancer. However, the young Doctor was back in service after a complete bed rest of 3 months. Since then, there has been no turning back, and now, Dr Siddhant Bhargava is inspiring many.

Each and every Doctor who is not even mentioned in the list contributes largely to nation-building. Therefore, this World Health Day, let us celebrate doctors and do not forget to care for the planet. Because this is Our Planet, Our Health.

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Ayushi Mittal

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