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Let’s leave no child behind
Around the world, vaccines are considered to be one of the most cost-effective solutions for preventing child mortality and morbidity. The Universal...
Human Lifespan Expanded By 60 Percent? Scientists Discover The Removal Of Certain Genes May Be The Answer
Long before it was even scientifically viable, the human race has been searching for ways to extend our life expectancy. Now we may have finally found the...
Indian Pharma Industry Declares All Out War Against eCommerce; 800,000 Chemists On Strike
The online vs offline war is now much more than mere discounts and platforms: it is now fight for survival. In one of the biggest protests we have ever seen,...
Most anti-depression apps don't work: Study
There is no proof that 85% of the depression apps currently approved in the UK for patients to manage their condition actually work, researchers say. Approval...
Plan to honeytrap dengue mosquitoes
After battling the severest dengue outbreak in decades this year, the Delhi government is considering fighting mosquitoes with mosquitoes. Although scientists...
New research claims red wine benefits people with diabetes
Scientists claim a glass of red wine every night may help people with type 2 diabetes manage their cholesterol and cardiac health. A glass of red wine every...
Avatar experiment can help paralysed people move
Using an avatar-like system integrating a real muscle and tendon along with a computer-controlled nerve stimulator acting as the avatar's spinal cord,...
One in 13 world cancer patients is Indian: Study
The National Cancer Institute (NCI), a unit of US Department of Health and Human Services (USDHHS), has observed that India shares a large proportion of the...
India likely to be in top 3 of global pharma majors by 2020: report
Driven by innovation and research in medical devices and formulations, India might figure in the top 3 pharmaceutical manufacturing countries in the world with...
Dengue cases near 10,000 mark, 5 deaths in as many days
Dengue figures continued to spiral upwards with the total number of cases nearing the 10,000 mark. More than 1,800 cases were reported in the past five days,...
A 3D-printed needle for painless jab
Researchers have developed 3D-printed micro-needles capable of delivering medicinal drugs in the body without causing any pain, offering treatments for a wide...
Positive Emotions May Promote Heart-Healthy Behaviours
People with heart disease may benefit from maintaining positive emotions, according to a new study. The study tracked more than 1,000 patients with coronary...
Three scientists win Nobel Prize in medicine for discovering parasite-fighting drugs
Three scientists from Ireland , Japan and China won the Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for discoveries that helped doctors fight malaria and infections...
Scientists invent chocolate so healthy 'it could be eaten as medicine'
Chocolate so healthy it could be eaten as medicine has allegedly been invented by scientists . Scientists at an American chocolate company specialising in...
Finally! A sunscreen is developed that reduces cancer risk
All the serious health risks like Cancer that are associated with sunscreens may not be a problem anymore because researchers have developed a new kind of...
Abbot India Buys Office Space In Mumbai For Rs 1,479 Crore In Country's Largest Commercial Real Estate Deal
In what is being termed as India's biggest property deal, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies, Abbot India Ltd, has bought an office space in Godrej...
Dengue during pregnancy can increase premature birth risk
Getting infected by the dengue virus during pregnancy, especially those who are in the second or third trimester, can increase the risk of premature birth, say...
Ten minutes of high intensity exercise can improve heart health in teens
A new study has revealed that short and high intensity exercise can reduce an adolescent's risk of developing a heart condition. Lead researcher Alan Barker...
Stem cell trial aims to cure blindness
Surgeons in London have carried out a pioneering human embryonic stem cell operation in an ongoing trial to find a cure for blindness for many patients. The...
Anti-diabetic drugs can help you with alcohol addiction too: Study
If you want to get rid of the alcohol addiction, then this is for you. A recent study has found that diabetes medication can be used to treat alcohol...
‘60% Indians unaware they are suffering from high BP’
More than 60 per cent of people with hypertension in the country are clueless that they are suffering from hypertension and this trend could lead to a massive...
No scientific proof that herbs cure dengue: AIIMS
Days after yoga guru Ramdev advocated the use of herbs like giloy, aloe vera and papaya leaves to cure dengue, experts at AIIMS on Wednesday said there was no...
Indian Healthcare To Touch $280 Bn By 2020, To Create 7.4 Million Jobs
India's healthcare industry, which is estimated to grow by at least 16 per cent from $73.92 billion in 2011 to $280 billion in 2020, will see its workforce...
Serum Institute Of India To Seek fast-track nod for dengue drug in India
Asia's largest vaccine maker, Serum Institute of India, plans to file for fast-track approval to launch a dengue treatment in India, its chief executive said,...
Shri J P Nadda releases National Health Profile-2015
“Data helps us to navigate, to decide goals and chart our policies” Sri J P Nadda , Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare released the National Health...
Cabinet Secretary reviews preventive and clinical management measures to deal with Dengue
Cabinet Secretary Shri P K Sinha reviewed here today various preventive and clinical management measures to deal with the situation of Dengue in the states and...
National Health Profile 2015 repeats cancer data: 20 pc increase in next 5 yrs
Mouth cancer in men, gall bladder cancer in women show highest spike The National Health Profile (NHP) 2015, released by Health Minister J P Nadda on Tuesday,...
How energy drinks may traumatize your brain
You may want to lessen Red Bull consumption as a recent study has linked energy drinks to traumatic brain injury in teens. The study found that teens who...
Fruits, Vegetables Can Prevent Depression: Study
Eating a Mediterranean diet or other healthy dietary pattern, comprising of fruit, vegetables, legumes and nuts, is associated with preventing the onset of...
Chennai's 'Heart of Gold': 145 Transplants in 5 Years
Nine-year-old Mahalakshmi from Andhra Pradesh required a heart transplant last year. Her parents chose neighbouring Tamil Nadu to enhance her chances of...

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