Successful Hip replacement surgery by MIS technique

Successful Hip replacement surgery by MIS technique

Successful Hip Replacement Surgery give a second life to a a 101 year old woman from Panipat, who had a fall at her home. After that she was suffering form severe pain in left hip but kept on limping for few days...
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Gauahar Khan launches the Cocoona Centre for Aesthetic Transformation in Delhi

Gauahar Khan launches the Cocoona Centre for Aesthetic Transformation in Delhi

New Delhi, September 2: Cocoona Centre for Aesthetic Transformation today announced its plans for India, at the launch of its Delhi centre. The Dubai-based aesthetic and cosmetic clinic is adopting a two-pronged approach: it will establish plastic and cosmetic...
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AMRIT will reduce the burden of out-of-pocket expenses on patients; lakhs of people will be benefitted: J P Nadda

New Delhi, 17th August, 2016 With the aim to reduce the expenditure incurred by common patients on treatment of cancer and heart diseases, the Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Shri J P Nadda inaugurated three Affordable Medicines and...
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Rubber bullets being used in J & K are lethal : Doctors

Rubber bullets being used in J & K are lethal : Doctors

The recent violence in Jammu and Kashmir has brought pellet guns/Rubber bullets into focus. According to news reports, over hundred people are being treated for severe eye injures and other damages, after security forces fired pellet guns/Rubber bullets to ...
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Yoga takes over the world on second international day of yoga

Yoga takes over the world on second international day of yoga

Yoga enthusiasts in cities world-wide rolled out their mats in mass classes to celebrate the second International Yoga Day. United Nations General Assembly has declared 21st of June as an International Yoga Day. This year, Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi...
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How do women handle their periods in space?

The first woman ventured into space more than fifty years ago: Valentina Tereshkova in 1963. Since then, nearly 60 other women have followed in her footsteps. But when they prepare for these journeys, one added challenge faces them: How should...
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President bestows Florence Nightingale Awards on 35 Nurses

President bestows Florence Nightingale Awards on 35 Nurses

The President of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee conferred the Florence Nightingale Awards to 35 nurses from across the country on the occasion of International Nurses Day at the Rashrapati Bhavan, here today, in the presence of Shri J P Nadda, Minister for...
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Walking, cycling outweigh health risk from pollution: study

Walking, cycling outweigh health risk from pollution: study

The benefits of walking and cycling outweigh the negative effects on health of air pollution, even in places with high levels of air pollution such as New Delhi – one of the most polluted cities in the world, according to...
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Health Apps: Evolving the landscape of Medical Industry : Pawan Gupta

Health Apps: Evolving the landscape of Medical Industry : Pawan Gupta

The increasing proliferation of mobile and internet in India has led to pertinent changes in lifestyle of people. Public health and hygiene are the sectors that have been ameliorated by the increasing use of mobile technology. Hence, we have witnessed...
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Won’t Stop NEET Medical Entrance Exam Scheduled On May 1: Supreme Court

Won’t Stop NEET Medical Entrance Exam Scheduled On May 1: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court today refused to put off the single entrance test, NEET, for admissions to medical colleges which is to be held tomorrow. The exam will be held as scheduled, it told a group of students who had appealed...
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