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    How dangerous is vaping? Here's what you need to know

    Is vaping a useful tool for quitting smoking or just a new way of harming your health? Countries around the world are beginning to consider this question and India on Wednesday announced a total ban on the sale of e-cigarettes . However such legislation is running ahead of scientific research into the issue. So what do we know for sure about electronic cigarettes? What do e-cigarettes...

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    #HealthyMaharashtra: 'Let's join hands and build a Healthy Maharashtra,' states Maha CM

    However, in pursuit of becoming urban, we, as a state, must not ignore, overlook and forget prioritising the health of its citizens. Healthy individuals are the heartbeat of a nation, and improving citizens' health must be one of the state's core objectives. We are marching towards our goal to build a healthy and disease-free Maharashtra, but it is not as...

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    Maha Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis launches coffee table book titled 'Healthy Maharashtra'

    The book was launched by the hands of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Wednesday, September 18 in Nashik. My Medical Mantra has been focusing on health-related issues, that are of public importance. Medical Education Minister Girish Mahajan also graced the occasion. While speaking at the event, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fanavis, said, 'This is...

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    'Night owl' girls more likely to gain weight, reveals study

    A new research shows that teenage girls who stay up late nightly could gain extra weight. This trend could even lead to increased risks of diabetes and heart disease among the age group. Researchers could not find the same inclination in teenage boys that might be due to the low number of boys who participated in the study. But researchers are convinced that teenage girls who go to bed...

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    Organ donation: In a first, Maharashtra witnesses 5 simultaneous on one day

    For the first time ever, a hospital in Pune, Maharashtra has witnessed five transplants which took place at the same day. This incident is a reason for joy in the medical fraternity and also for the budding organ donation movement which is growing day by day. With more awareness, people themselves are coming forward in such instances to donate the organs of their loved...

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    Mumbai witnesses 2 deaths due to lepto, so far this month

    Two deaths due to leptospirosis and one death due to H1NI are confirmed by the death committee in September 2019. While 319 cases of malaria were recorded from September 01 to 15. 1,539 cases of dengue like illnesses were admitted in various civic-run hospitals in the same time period. 21 patients were treated for leptospirosis, while six people were diagnosed with swine flu and 193...

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    Union cabinet bans e-cigarettes in India

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharam on Wednesday announced that the Cabinet has approved the decision to ban e-cigarettes. The minister made the announcement at a press conference in Delhi after the Cabinet meeting. The decision means that production, manufacture, sale, advertisement and distribution of e-cigarettes will not be allowed. Sitharaman said that the government will bring in an Ordinance and the...

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    Study finds air pollution reaches placenta during pregnancy

    Pollution composed of tiny particles from car exhaust, factory smokestacks and other sources is dangerous to everyone's health, and during pregnancy it's been linked to premature births and low birth weight. But scientists don't understand why, something that could affect care for women in highly polluted areas. One theory is that the particles lodge in mom's lungs and trigger...

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    5 simple and effective tips to keep your kidney healthy

    While preventing the build-up of wastes and excess fluid, the kidneys also keeps electrolyte levels stable and produce hormones that make red blood cells. People who have high blood pressure, diabetes or a family history of kidney failure are at increased risk of developing chronic kidney disease. But even if you don't fall into one of those high-risk categories, it's important to keep your...

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    '97 errant hospitals have been de-empanelled from Ayushman Bharat': Dr Harsh Varshan

    'The Ayushman Bharat journey which began on 14th April 2018 with the inaugural of a HWC at Jangla, a remote place in Chattisgarh, culminated in the launch of the second pillar of Ayushman Bharat- the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PMJAY) on 23 September, 2018 in Ranchi, Jharkhand. I am happy to announce that in a short period of time, under the Ayushman...

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