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    MEDHA 2019: Engineers and doctors team up to create devices for solving healthcare issues

    Medical devices are routinely imported in India. Majority of the medical devices are costly which then leads to an increase in the cost of healthcare services. Also, there are India-specific problems that doctors here face. Experts suggest that in order to solve these problems, India needs indigenous solutions. It is for this purpose COEP has arranged...

    • 5 hrs ago
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    Man regains voice after doctors perform complex surgery at JJ Hospital

    Doctors from Mumbai's state-run Sir JJ Group of Hospital have performed a very delicate and rare surgery Doctors performed 'Laryngotreaheal reconstruction' surgery on a patient who could not speak properly due to 'tracheostomy' procedure The surgery was performed by Dr Philip Muniyar who hails from Switzerland and was assisted by Dr Sriniwas Chavan, Head of the...

    • 6 hrs ago
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    Ministry of health signs MoU with ministry of AYUSH over tuberculosis-free India initiative

    The intended collaboration between the two ministries aims at development of linkages and integration of TB care services within the infrastructure and institutional network of AYUSH. On this occasion, Shripad Naik said that tuberculosis is not only a challenge for medical fraternity but also a serious social problems mainly hitting the populations...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Top 5 cancer-causing foods to avoid right now

    One major concern is that there are foods and drinks that could trigger or contribute to the development of life-threatening medical problems. Cancer is among the biggest threats. To help you stay away from such a deadly disease, this article explores the top cancer-causing foods that you should avoid or at least reduce in your daily meals. Ultra-processed food Packaged bread, instant noodles,...

    • 8 hrs ago
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    Arthritis is tied to heart disease risk, reveals latest study

    Having osteoarthritis may increase the risk of death from cardiovascular disease. Osteoarthritis, the painful degenerative disease of the joint cartilage and bones that progresses with age, affects about 10 per cent of men and 13 per cent of women over 60. There is no cure. Researchers studied 469,177 residents of southern Sweden who ranged in age from 45 to 84. They tracked their...

    • 9 hrs ago
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    Will mobile de-addiction centres help curb addiction among children?

    Currently, India is witnessing a steep rise in alcohol, drug, and smoking addiction. Especially, teenagers are getting hooked to these addictions in the early years. The government data suggests that addiction among women is also increasing. The union and state governments are doing their best to curb the addiction by strict rules and regulations. But, today, as a society we...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    Maha govt scheme for pregnant woman helps save lives in tribal areas

    This scheme is active in 90 primary health centres of 9 districts namely Palghar, Nandurbar, Nashik, Nanded, Yavatmal, Amravati, Gondia, Chandrapur and Gadchiroli. More than 3 thousand women are delivered safely in a year under 'Maher Ghar.' Institutional deliveries are increased and pregnant mother and child death ratio is decreased in the tribal area due to this scheme. It...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    Central MARD doctors to meet CM Devendra Fadnavis to discuss doctor's security

    In the wake of a recent attack on doctors and security staff inside Mumbai's civic-run Nair hospital, the Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) has decided to meet Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis next week. The MARD delegation will express their concerns on the security of the resident doctors while providing medical treatment While speaking to My...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    Freak accident lands child in hospital, after cycle brake goes through his skull

    In a freak accident, the brake of a cycle pierced an eight-year-old boy's eye and came out from the skull. The boy named Sarthak Kale, miraculously survived the incident. But this serves as a cautionary tale for children to be more cautious while riding their cycle. This is a reminder that children need to wear helmets while cycling, it might seem like something...

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    Swine Flu: Symptoms, treatment and tips to stay safe

    Swine flu also denoted as H1N1, is an infection caused by any one of several types of swine influenza viruses. This is a highly infectious disease that can spread even through bare minimum contact with a person infected with H1N1 virus. When infected people cough, spit or sneeze, tiny drops of the virus are released into the air. If you touch any surface on which these droplets have landed,...

    • 13 hrs ago

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