Health

New Zealand Univ in pact with Galgotias to study health care inequalities

Massey University, New Zealand and School of Media and Communication Studies at Galgotias University have mutually agreed to work together on healthcare inequalities in India. The project is sponsored by ‘CARE’, an international project run by Professor Mohan Dutta, Dean’s Char of Communications at Massey University.

Injured Hardik Pandya gives fitness tips for his fans

Fitness is everything, whether you are sportsperson or not, says injured player Hardik Pandya

Now, Make in India heart valve

In line with the Make in India initiative, global medical device maker Meril Life Sciences on Saturday launched its first indigenously designed and manufactured artificial aortic valve for patients who are at a high risk or unwilling to undergo open heart valve replacement surgery.

A study says Modi's LPG scheme has reduced household air pollution

The Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY), a pet project of Prime Minister Narendra Modi that aims to provide every household Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) replacing wood or coal fuel, has been found useful in tackling household air pollution, a new report said

Be careful...1240000 Indians killed by air pollution

Air pollution has emerged as a leading factor for premature mortality in India as 12.4 lakh deaths have been reported in 2017 owing to it, according to a latest report released on Thursday.

Pollution will kill your unborn baby

Exposure to air pollution, even for a short term, may significantly increase the risk of miscarriages, a study has found. Air quality has been associated with numerous adverse health outcomes from asthma to pre-term birth.

Sad...Sidhu's voice under threat

Punjab Cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu has been advised complete rest for up to five days after he injured his vocal chords during an exhaustive 17-day election campaign for Congress candidates in poll-bound states. He addressed over 70 public rallies.

Diabetes drug linked to lower risk of heart disease

Using liraglutide - an injectable drug widely used to lower blood sugar levels - may help reduce the risk of myocardial infarction, stroke or cardiovascular death

Fish oil reduces this risk in surgery patients...Details Inside

Fish oil, containing the omega-3s, lowers the risk of bleeding during surgery, say, researchers, challenging current recommendations to stop fish oil

Transgenders, infertile women can have babies now...World’s 1st baby born from womb transplant of dead woman

The world's first baby born using a womb transplanted from a dead woman is a breakthrough in the field of obstetrics and a great advantage for women combating infertility, say Indian doctors.

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