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Nov 16

Government proposing to have a National AYUSH Council

Government proposing to have a National AYUSH Council Government is giving a thought of having a proposal to have a...
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Nov 16

Retirement age of doctors performing clinical duties alone in the state of Haryana increased

Retirement age of doctors performing clinical duties alone in the state of Haryana increased Retirement age of doctors who are...
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Nov 16

Government hospitals to stock reusable insulin pens in UP

Government hospitals to stock reusable insulin pens in UP In its recent initiative towards diabetes control, the state government has...
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Nov 16

Online video consultation launched by AIIMS

Online video consultation launched by AIIMS All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has launched an online platform to ease...
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Nov 16

Doctor’s association to protest against National Medical Commission Bill

Doctor’s association to protest against National Medical Commission Bill The Indian Medical Association (IMA) will stage protests nationwide against the...
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Nov 16

Patient helpline services launched by Maharashtra Government due to demonetization effect

Patient helpline services launched by Maharashtra Government due to demonetization effect Maharashtra Government has launched patient support helpline as cases...
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Nov 16

51% mortality reduction from measles witnessed by India

51% mortality reduction from measles witnessed by India According to a report by the leading health organizations, about 51 %...
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Nov 16

Thiruvananthapuram termed Breast Cancer capital of India

Thiruvananthapuram termed Breast Cancer capital of India According to the Kerala Chapter of Indian Radiological and Imaging Association (IRIA) Conference,...
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Nov 16

Private hospitals in Delhi urging government to allow them to accept Rs 500 & Rs 1000 notes

Private hospitals in Delhi urging government to allow them to accept Rs 500 & Rs 1000 notes The government has...
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Nov 16

Pneumonia Vaccine to be launched in 5 states

Pneumonia Vaccine to be launched in 5 states Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV) under Universal Immunization Programme to be introduced in...
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Nov 16

HPV vaccine launched by the government to combat cervical cancer

HPV vaccine launched by the government to combat cervical cancer Delhi has become the first state in the country to...
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Nov 16

10 point emergency plan released by TERI to curb pollution

10 point emergency plan released by TERI to curb pollution The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), has submitted the 10...
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Oct 16

JCI accreditation granted to Bangalore’s Columbia Asia Referral Hospital

JCI accreditation granted to Bangalore’s Columbia Asia Referral Hospital Joint Commission International (JCI) is one of the oldest recognitions for...
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Oct 16

Soon upto Rs 50,000 fine will be levied on doctors for not notifying TB cases in Maharashtra

Soon upto Rs 50,000 fine will be levied on doctors for not notifying TB cases in Maharashtra Maharashtra will be...
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Oct 16

Cancer screening to be made mandatory for people of 30 plus age by the centre

Cancer screening to be made mandatory for people of 30 plus age by the centre The Health Ministry is set...
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Oct 16

Recall alert imposed on 4 Lakh heart devices for risk of premature battery depletion by St Jude

Recall alert imposed on 4 Lakh heart devices for risk of premature battery depletion by St Jude St. Jude Medical...
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Oct 16

Country needs more psychiatrists due to shortage according to government

Country needs more psychiatrists due to shortage according to government There is a massive scarcity of mental health experts in...
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Oct 16

Hospitals to upload the details of generated waste online

Hospitals to upload the details of generated waste online The National Green Tribunal has directed all the private hospitals to...
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Oct 16

India’s first obesity clinic for adolescents opened in Mumbai

India’s first obesity clinic for adolescents opened in Mumbai The country’s first obesity clinic, dedicated to treating rising cases among...
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Oct 16

Global life expectancy increased from 62 years to nearly 72 years

Global life expectancy increased from 62 years to nearly 72 years Globally, life expectancy increased from about 62 years to...
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Oct 16

Jail for 2 years for discriminating against people with HIV and AIDS

Jail for 2 years for discriminating against people with HIV and AIDS The Union Cabinet approved amendments to ‘The HIV...
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Oct 15

Novel method to minimize antibiotic resistance

Novel method to minimize antibiotic resistance Inspired by the Darwinian evolution, researchers have developed a novel mathematical method to use...
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Oct 15

Approximately 27% of the total deaths in India happen with no medical attention at the time of death

Approximately 27% of the total deaths in India happen with no medical attention at the time of death  As per...
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Oct 15

A centre of ocular oncology installed with the world’s fastest German built vitrectomy machine

A centre of ocular oncology installed with the world’s fastest German built vitrectomy machine World's fastest German-built vitrectomy machine along...
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Oct 15

The kids living near Fukushima have higher Cancer rate

The kids living near Fukushima have higher Cancer rate According to the findings of a new study children living near...
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Oct 15

Micro Labs launches Caripill to treat dengue

Micro Labs launches Caripill to treat dengue Micro Labs Limited, a Bengaluru-based pharmaceutical company, recently launched Caripill indicated in the...
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Oct 15

Britain gives positive nod to the first 10 womb transplants

Britain gives positive nod to the first 10 womb transplants For the first time in history Britain has given an...
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Oct 15

US insurers hold back Eli Lilly & Co’s life-saving diabetes drug

US insurers hold back Eli Lilly & Co's life-saving diabetes drug The largest health insurers of United States are urging...
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Oct 15

A centre of ocular oncology installed with the world’s fastest German built vitrectomy machine

A centre of ocular oncology installed with the world’s fastest German built vitrectomy machine World's fastest German-built vitrectomy machine along...
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Oct 15

Boehringer- Ingelheim to launch new diabetes drug

Boehringer- Ingelheim to launch new diabetes drug As per a recent report, Boehringer Ingelheim is set to launch its diabetes...
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Sep 15

Reduction in long term cancer risk in obese using Aspirin

Reduction in long term cancer risk in obese using Aspirin A particular study conducted by researchers at Newcastle University and...
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Sep 15

Paralyzed patients can control computers just by moving their eyes

Paralyzed patients can control computers just by moving their eyes People with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou...
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Sep 15

An Indian-origin doctor in the USA has achieved miracle

An Indian-origin doctor in the USA has achieved miracle Dr. Ananth Murthy, an Indian-origin doctor in the USA has created...
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Sep 15

Lupin gets USFDA approval

Lupin gets USFDA approval Lupin Ltd., the Indian pharmaceutical major, has recently got the USFDA approval for anti-cholesterol tablet. But...
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Aug 15

WHO to start campaign to combat hepatitis

WHO to start campaign to combat hepatitis The WHO has announced that it will launch a new pilot campaign in...
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Aug 15

NASA-assisted drone delivers prescription drugs

NASA-assisted drone delivers prescription drugs NASA has been successful in carrying out a drone-assisted delivery of prescription drugs and different...
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Aug 15

New drug to treat brain and breast cancers

New drug to treat brain and breast cancers Two chemical compounds which are claimed to effectively stop the growth of...
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Aug 15

Chemotherapy equipments are hazardous

Chemotherapy equipments are hazardous According to a study, the anti-bacterial silver coating used in chemotherapy catheters actually breaks down the...
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Aug 15

China has established the world’s largest cancer registry

China has established the world’s largest cancer registry Covering over 300 million people, China has established the world’s largest cancer...
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Aug 15

Diabetes and heart disease together increase the risk of early death

Diabetes and heart disease together increase the risk of early death A study has revealed that the people with both...
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Aug 15

An investment of $4,000 can save a child’s life

An investment of $4,000 can save a child's life As per a new analysis, lives of more than 34 million...
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Aug 15

Allergan to acquire medical devices company, Oculeve

Allergan to acquire medical devices company, Oculeve Allergan plc, a top global pharmaceutical company, and Oculeve, a medical device company,...
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Aug 15

Prognosis scoring system called PANDORA score developed

Prognosis scoring system called PANDORA score developed The researchers at the Medical University of Vienna have developed the world's first...
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Aug 15

Cuba-the first country to eliminate the HIV transmission from mother to baby

Cuba-the first country to eliminate the HIV transmission from mother to baby The World Health Organization has declared that Cuba...
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Aug 15

Lupin acquires Russian drug firm Biocom

Lupin acquires Russian drug firm Biocom In a press release Lupin has stated that it acquired 100% equity stake in...
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Aug 15

WHO urges India to be vigilant against rapidly spreading ‘camel virus’

WHO urges India to be vigilant against rapidly spreading 'camel virus' A new virus, which has created havoc in Seoul,...
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Aug 15

Aurobindo Pharma gets USFDA approval for two generic drugs

Aurobindo Pharma gets USFDA approval for two generic drugs Pharma major Aurobindo Pharma has announced that they have received final...
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Aug 15

Death toll due to MERS is on the rise in South Korea

Death toll due to MERS is on the rise in South Korea According to the report of South Korea's health...
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Aug 15

Rapid-detection test that diagnoses Ebola shows

Rapid-detection test that diagnoses Ebola shows Harvard Medical School researchers have developed a new rapid-detection test that diagnoses Ebola within...
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Aug 15

PPIs linked to an increased risk of heart attack

PPIs linked to an increased risk of heart attack According to a study by Stanford University researchers, PPI use is...
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Aug 15

Every year 6 million children die before they turn five years of age

Every year 6 million children die before they turn five years of age The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) recently...
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Aug 15

Infosys buys healthcare business subsidiary

Infosys buys healthcare business subsidiary Recently, the global software major Infosys Ltd has secured shareholders' approval to buy its healthcare...
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Aug 15

Puberty age can be a factor in many diseases

Puberty age can be a factor in many diseases According to a study, the age at which puberty starts can...
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Aug 15

Mental health illnesses are on the rise in India

Mental health illnesses are on the rise in India As per latest reports, India has become the country with second-largest...
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Aug 15

Lead poisoning has become a vital health issue

Lead poisoning has become a vital health issue An analysis of blood samples collected over a period of one year...
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Jun 15

Cloud companies are competing against each other to store genomics data

Cloud companies are competing against each other to store genomics data Amazon.com Inc. is racing against Google Inc. to store...
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Jun 15

‘Disease Detectives’ to combat the disease outbreaks

'Disease Detectives' to combat the disease outbreaks The UK has a plan to form a team of doctors who will...
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Jun 15

Glenmark gets tentative USFDA approval for Rufinamide

Glenmark gets tentative USFDA approval for Rufinamide Recently, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals announced that it has been granted tentative approval by the...
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Jun 15

95% of the world’s population has health problems

95% of the world’s population has health problems According to a major new analysis from the Global Burden of Disease...
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Jun 15

Phase-II clinical trial of Diabetes vaccine

Phase-II clinical trial of Diabetes vaccine US authorities have given approval to conduct a phase II clinical trial to test...
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Jun 15

Stempeucel gets Orphan Drug status in Europe

Stempeucel gets Orphan Drug status in Europe Pharma majorCiplarecently announced that its JV firm Stempeutics Research has received Orphan Drug...
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Jun 15

Stem cell scientist turns blood into nerve cells

Stem cell scientist turns blood into nerve cells A team of stem cell scientists led by Mick Bhatia from the...
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Jun 15

One-jab universal flu shot may be developed in future

One-jab universal flu shot may be developed in future A collaborative team of researchers have recently claimed to have discovered...
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Jun 15

India to assume presidency of the upcoming World Health Assembly

India to assume presidency of the upcoming World Health Assembly Health Minister of India JP Naddais set to chair the...
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Jun 15

India to assume presidency of the upcoming World Health Assembly

India to assume presidency of the upcoming World Health Assembly Health Minister of India JP Nadda is set to chair...
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Jun 15

Micro-rockets to capture tumour cells developed

Micro-rockets to capture tumour cells developed Scientists from India and Germany have created 'microrockets' out of carbon-nanotubes to selectively capture...
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May 15

India to assume presidency of the upcoming World Health Assembly

India to assume presidency of the upcoming World Health Assembly Health Minister of India JP Naddais set to chair the...
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May 15

Breast cancer recovery not associated with family history

Breast cancer recovery not associated with family history The patients of breast cancer with a family history of the disease...
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May 15

Strides Arcolab has upped its global ambition

Strides Arcolab has upped its global ambition Pharma giant Strides Arcolab has given a big thrust to its global ambitions...
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May 15

Retinoblastoma rising among Indian children

Retinoblastoma rising among Indian children As per the leading eye specialists at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS),retinoblastomais...
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May 15

New device to test Chikungunya has been developed

New device to test Chikungunya has been developed Scientists at a U.S. Army research center have modified an assay that...
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May 15

FDA approves newer generationcryoballoon system

FDA approves newer generation cryoballoon system Medtronic's latest generation cryoablation catheter has been approved by the FDA for treating patients...
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May 15

Viagra may prevent malaria transmission

Viagra may prevent malaria transmission A scientific study by French and English scientists observed that Viagra might be able to prevent...
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May 15

US Pharma Sector Welcomes India’s Intellectual Property Policy

US Pharma Sector Welcomes India's Intellectual Property Policy India's recent moves on intellectual property, including bringing out a draft policy...
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May 15

India soon to be a part of clinical trial using stem cells for the treatment of spinalcord injury

India soon to be a part of clinical trial using stem cells for the treatment of spinalcord injury India will...
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Apr 15

In USA, breast cancer cases may rise 50 % by 2030

In USA, breast cancer cases may rise 50 % by 2030 A new study suggests that the number of breast...
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Apr 15

1 in 5 children still missing out on routine life-saving immunizations

1 in 5 children still missing out on routine life-saving immunizations WHO is calling for renewed efforts to get progress...
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Apr 15

Air Pollution increases the risk of Stroke

Air Pollution increases the risk of Stroke As per the findings of a new study conducted by Barbara Hoffmann and...
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Apr 15

Merck drug Keytruda effective in the treatment of 3 cancers

Merck drug Keytruda effective in the treatment of 3 cancers According to the three studies presented recently at the American...
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Apr 15

World’s first paper-printed drug test developed

World’s first paper-printed drug test developed VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd is the first in the world to...
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Apr 15

Iodine bindi for daily dose of iodine

Iodine bindi for daily dose of iodine In order to enable women get their daily dose of iodine without any...
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Apr 15

Scientists have developed a mechanical device to improve walking

Scientists have developed a mechanical device to improve walking Scientists have invented the first purely mechanical spring-loaded leg device to...
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Apr 15

Centre for Control of Chronic Conditions (CCCC) Launched in India

Centre for Control of Chronic Conditions (CCCC) Launched in India With an objective to create a world-class knowledge oriented system...
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Apr 15

AurobindoPharma gets USFDA nod for Sildenafil injection

AurobindoPharma gets USFDA nod for Sildenafil injection USFDA has granted approval to AurobindoPharma to manufacture and market Sildenafil injection, used...
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Apr 15

From April 1, RSBY to be implemented by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

From April 1, RSBY to be implemented by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare From April 1, the RashtriyaSwasthyaBimaYojana...
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Apr 15

Paracetamol useless in relieving low back pain

Paracetamol useless in relieving low back pain Paracetamol, the commonly used pain killer has been found to be ineffective at...
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Apr 15

India to Lead Asia-Pacific Non-Vascular Stents Market Growth by 2021, says GlobalData

India to Lead Asia-Pacific Non-Vascular Stents Market Growth by 2021, says GlobalData According to the latest report of Global Data,...
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Mar 15

Swine flu cases cross 33,000 mark, toll 1,994

Swine flu cases cross 33,000 mark, toll 1,994 The death toll in India from Swine flu has reached 1,994 this...
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Mar 15

Kochi hospital has developed a novel uterine cancer detection method

Kochi hospital has developed a novel uterine cancer detection method A Kochi hospital has developed a novel detection method which...
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Mar 15

Bihar still records 6,500 maternal deaths each year

Bihar still records 6,500 maternal deaths each year In spite of the fact that the number of institutional deliveries is...
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Mar 15

Newly-developed pregnancy belt tracks baby’s heartbeat, movements

Newly-developed pregnancy belt tracks baby's heartbeat, movements A novel type of 'smart belt' that can track a developing baby's heartbeat,...
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Mar 15

HIV outbreak has “reached epidemic proportions” in part of the state Indiana, USA

HIV outbreak has "reached epidemic proportions" in part of the state Indiana, USA The governor of Indiana has declared the...
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Mar 15

Kochi hospital has developed a novel uterine cancer detection method

Kochi hospital has developed a novel uterine cancer detection method A Kochi hospital has developed a novel detection method which...
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Mar 15

Urine Test for detection of Kidney Cancer shows promise

Urine Test for detection of Kidney Cancer shows promise A recent study suggests that a urine test might someday become...
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Mar 15

FDA approves Cholbam for the treatment of rare bile acid synthesis disorders

FDA approves Cholbam for the treatment of rare bile acid synthesis disorders Cholbam (cholic acid) capsules have become the first...
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Mar 15

Ebola-proof tablet device developed by Google

Ebola-proof tablet device developed by Google The technology volunteers of Googlehave developed a tablet device to help doctors caring for...
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Mar 15

Electronic cigarette vapors and their toxic potential

Electronic cigarette vapors and their toxic potential E-cigarettes are nicotine-delivering consumer products designed to closely mimic the experience of smoking...
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Mar 15

Dementia has become an alarming public health issue!

Dementia has become an alarming public health issue! The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) in its first chapter of...
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Mar 15

Functional HIV Cure Step Closer To Reality

Functional HIV Cure Step Closer To Reality FDA has granted approval to a possible “functional cure” for HIV for further...
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Mar 15

Statins may increase the risk of diabetes

Statins may increase the risk of diabetes The physician community may have to weigh the risk and benefit before prescribing...
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Feb 15

Labeling Issues with Covidien Trellis 6 and Trellis 8 Peripheral Infusion Systems

Labeling Issues with Covidien Trellis 6 and Trellis 8 Peripheral Infusion Systems  A Class-I recall has been issued for Covidien...
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Feb 15

U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Farydakfor treatment of multiple myeloma

U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Farydakfor treatment of multiple myeloma FDA approves Farydak(panobinostat) for treatment of multiple myeloma...
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Feb 15

Cholera prevention still a challenge in Haiti not withstanding public health improvement

Cholera prevention still a challenge in Haiti not withstanding public health improvement Although the public health infrastructure in Haiti has...
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Feb 15

‘Superbug’ outbreak in UCLA medical center

'Superbug' outbreak in UCLA medical center  The deaths of two Los Angeles hospital patients are raising alarm about a suspected...
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Feb 15

People resort to various measures to prevent swine flu

People resort to various measures to prevent swine flu Such is the scare of swine flu that the people are...
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3

Feb 15

Boy suspected with Ebola symptoms at Kochi airport

Boy suspected with Ebola symptoms at Kochi airport A 9 year boy with suspected symptoms of Ebola was admitted in...
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3

Feb 15

Swine Flu claim lives in Andhra Pradesh

Swine Flu claim lives in Andhra Pradesh Till Saturday, four people have died of swine flu in the State—three from...
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