Health

Cabinet approves establishment of two new AIIMS at Tamil Nadu & Telangana

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today has approved establishment of two new All India Institute…

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Minister lays foundation stone of Institute of High Altitude Medicinal Plants

Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for AYUSH Shri Shripad Yesso Naik and Union Minister of State in Prime Minister’s…

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National Medical Devices Promotion Council to be set up under DIPP

To give a fillip to the medical device sector, which is a sunrise sector, Union Minister of Commerce and Industry…

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Navjot Singh Sidhu on road to recovery

The Local Government, Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister, Punjab, Mr. Navjot Singh Sidhu is on road to recovery as ongoing…

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Two day Conference ‘AYUSHCHARYA’ on Dinacharya and Ritucharya

All India Institute of Ayurveda, New Delhi organized a National conference ‘AYUSHCHARYA’ on Dinacharya (Daily Regimen) and Ritucharya (Seasonal Regimen)…

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Flu Vaccination is Regarded as Safe & Low Cost to Improve Survival Rate

HEALTH: Annual flu vaccination is regarded as a safe and low-cost way to improve survival rate among elderly heart failure…

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Medical related innovations to be used in public interest: Governor Smt. Patel

Governor Smt. Anandiben Patel inaugurated Super Speciality Care Unit at People’s Hospital today. Mementos and citation letters were presented to…

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Himachal proposes setting up of State Institute of Para-Medical Science

Health Minister Vipin Singh Parmar today said that the state government was mulling to open a State Institute of Para…

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Exposure to Air Pollution may Increase Risk of Miscarriages

Exposure to air pollution, even for a short term, may significantly increase the risk of miscarriages, a study has found.…

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Health dept clears backlog of appointments on compassionate grounds, says Minister

Taking big strides forward in implementing the agenda of congress manifesto, the Health Department cleared the backlog of appointments on…

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Working Out in Treadmill Regulates Blood Glucose Level & Boost Metabolism

Workout session, consisting of three 20-minute treadmill runs could activate neurons that are important regulators of blood glucose levels and…

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Every citizen must be trained to save others in times of life-threatening distress, insisted V-P

Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that every citizen of the country must be made capable…

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Stickers not to pasted on fruits & vegetables, says Food Safety Commissioner

Food Safety Commissioner Punjab in a letter to all the Food Safety Teams has directed them to spread awareness amongst…

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Brazil: Womb Transplanted from Deceased Donor Given Birth to Baby Girl

Brazilian women, who received a womb transplanted from a deceased donor has given birth to a baby girl in the…

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Minister thanks Punjab cabinet for approval to fill vacant posts in hospitals

Brahm Mohindra, Health and Family Welfare Minister showered high words of praise upon the Punjab Cabinet for giving go ahead…

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Facts & Development Goals

Today being International Day of Persons with Disabilities we can know about Facts about disability, Millenium Development Goals and Inclusive…

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Indian Navy Conducted free Health Camp at Amarpur in Haryana

Indian Navy is conducting a free Health Camp for the general public from 01 to 03 Dec 18 at Amarpur,…

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Govt is fully funding HIV/AIDS Programme, also increasing resource envelope

“Government is not only fully funding the HIV/AIDS programme but also increasing the resource envelope in accordance with the programme…

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Dressing which uses Electrical Stimulation Speeds up Healing of Wounds

Scientists have developed a new, low-cost dressing which uses electrical stimulation to dramatically speed up healing of wounds. The method…

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Madhya Pradesh to run campaign against Measles, Rubella next year, know more

A campaign will be started in January-February-2019 to free children of the state from Measles and Rubella disease. In this…

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Treatment for Blindness from Diabetes

Australian scientists, have developed a new drug that offers treatment for people suffering from diabetic retinopathy, the main cause of…

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Know about HIV and AIDS on World Aids Day

To mark the 30th anniversary of the world’s first global health day, here are some frequently asked questions, myths, facts…

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Minister Pradhan notes how Govt brought about paradigm shift in healthcare sector

Union Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship & Petroleum and Natural Gas Shri Dharmendra Pradhan has said that the Government…

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Progress against HIV/AIDS by making Quality Testing Accessible to All

One should access to quality HIV testing and can know their status is critical to preventing and controlling HIV/AIDS. Across…

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Snoring may be Greater Risk of Impairment of Cardiac function in Women

Women who suffers from obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) as well as snoring may be at a greater risk of impairment…

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Minister Dr Jitendra Singh moots ‘Heli-Clinics’ for remote areas

Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh, who is also a renowned Diabetologist, has mooted “Heli-Clinics” / Helicopter Clinics for remote areas,…

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Kerala: Govt Warns ahead of Nipah Transmission Season

Kerala, Health and Family Welfare Department has put out a notice asking people to take necessary precautions ahead of the…

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ECG facility be provided at PHC & Health centres, says Minister Mohindra

In a path breaking development in providing the better health services to the citizen of Punjab, now onward ECG facility…

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Lack of sleep might be reason behind Anger & Aggression

Lack of sleep, might be the reason behind anger and aggression throughout the day, a recent study has found. While…

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Strong Painkiller Opioids doubles Risk of Hip Fracture in Alzheimer Patient

Using strong painkiller, opioids doubles the risk of hip fracture among people with Alzheimer‘s disease, according to a new study.…

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