What'sMovingIndia


#Health Care

Asthma deaths to rise 20% if steps not taken against climate change
India will see a 20 per cent rise in asthma-related deaths in the next 10 years if urgent steps to curb climate change and prepare for its consequences are not taken, premier business body CII warned...
Don’t put your kids on vegan diet. It could lead to major nutrient deficiencies
Is it safe to bring a child up as vegan? According to a team of experts, fashionable vegetarian diets can be damaging for children. Experts at the 50th Annual Meeting of the European Society of...
Indians are spoiling their health just for few more bucks
Going to work in the morning, working till late nights has become the trend these days. In India, where the heart disease and diabetes is on the rise, there’s one quiet health concern that doesn’t...
Believe it or not, Wi-Fi kills us slowly without any warning!
WiFi provide you with a connection to many devices without those boring entangled cables. Wireless devices like cell phones, tablets, and laptops use electromagnetic waves to communicate with...
Poverty may up death rate more than obesity, alcohol: Lancet
People living in poverty may be 1.5 times or 46 per cent more at risk of an early death than individuals who are obese and heavily consume alcohol, a study has found. The findings showed that low...
Akshay Kumar and Rajkumar Hirani came together for 'Jaan bachao'
Bollywood star Akshay Kumar who is known for his fitness, will be Brand Ambassador of 'Jaan Bachao' health campaign. The campaign is a unique initiative by the Bhamla Foundation and Municipal...
How to lose weight the healthy way
Should I stop eating carb and eat only proteins? Follow Crash diet, Atkins Diet or the Paleo Diet? Cardio or weight training? Drink this or drink that? For all those who want to loose weight,...
Obesity may hamper your Sexual and Social Life
Obesity is a major health challenge worldwide. Apart from known health hazards such as heart disease and diabetes, it can also prevent sexual intimacy and may ruin your social life, experts say...
Jayalalithaa's Death Rumours: Other leaders Whose Health Became A Major Concern
J Jayalalithaa, our 'Amma' is not dead yet but since September 22, 2016, we have heard at least 6 times that she is no more. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister has been ill and is under medication now,...
Why speculating about Jayalalithaa's health is neo-voyeurism!
We live in a world of instant gratification. We want answers fast. No time to wait, no time to waste. So when AIADMK maintained a cloud of secrecy in connection with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister...
Top 8 Health Myths Busted!
When it comes to health, people usually refrain from taking any chances. But there are several myths that just refuse to die down. Let us bust several myths that are simply far away from the truth...
India, Let's Shatter The Breastfeeding Taboo!
A new life enters the world every second. A new life which is full of promise and hope, unfortunately fails to reach its potential only because of a cardinal error committed by its mother: refusal to...
What Makes An Autistic Person Happy?
Today, we can gladly tell you that humanity is not dead. Over a weak ago, a Massachusetts woman hoped to surprise her autistic cousin on her birthday. And, she could! Thanks to 5000 Samaritans who...
Hyderabad’s Live Fish Prasadam Continues to Heal Lakhs
Most flights to Hyderabad are over booked and so are all the trains. Everyone seems to be travelling to the city of pearls. Well, it’s not because of the delicious biryani you get during Ramzaan but...
Fitness Freak And Health Conscious Should Not Miss This Natural Drink At All !!
Many people claim that coconut water has an amazing effect on human health. Today, coconut water is consumed throughout the world, and it can be located quickly in most supermarkets. You have...
No Smoking! Blanket Ban On Smoking Scenes In Films
Striking a fresh controversy, the Indian Medical Association has demanded a blanket ban on smoking scenes in films. The association said that the caption cautioning viewers about the effect of...
Over 80 Percent Of World’s City Dwellers Breathe Polluted Air: WHO
Over 80 percent of world’s city dwellers breathe polluted air, increasing their risk of lung cancer and other life-threatening diseases, a World Health Organisation reports said on Friday. The report...
Is Your Hard Earned Daily Bread Safe?
If you start your day with a nice toast with jam or butter, you could be moving towards cancer! Surprised? The Centre for Science and Environment has found traces of potassium bromate and potassium...
Indian Healthcare System
"Sir, you have Cancer and you need to get this treated" "Madam, everybody has to die one day, so what's the point? If I eat these expensive medicines, my family will die of poverty." This was an...
Will Pictorial Warnings Stop People From Smoking?
I stood in the lobby, looking at patients being wheeled in and out of the operation theatre, while my father was being operated inside. I stood there waiting for dad to come out. My future was...
Air Pollutants Can Increase Risk Of Numerous Cancers
Long-term exposure to environmental pollutants is associated with increased risk of mortality for many types of cancer , a new study warns. This study in an elderly Hong Kong population focused on...
On World Health Day, Let’s Beat Diabetes!
It's 'World Health Day' and the World Health Organisation is gearing up to tackle a disease most commonly known as the 'silent killer' ... Diabetes. The WHO released its First Global Report on...
World Health Day
With diabetes being the theme for World Health Day this year, an expert says one should include millets, beans and fish in regular diet to keep diabetes away. Neha Sewani, dietician of weight loss...
'One Fifth Of The Population To Turn Obese By 2025'
With the world witnessing a shift to a carbohydrate rich diet, the premier medical journal, The Lancet, published a report called ‘Trends in adult body-mass index in 200 countries from 1975 to 2014’...
Potatoes, Tomatoes Help In Keeping Sweat At Bay
With summer around the corner, sweat is a major problem and it is just no fun. Though it is a natural phenomenon, it can be quite embarrassing and problematic when you are out with someone or have to...
Painful Periods May Spell Higher Risk Of Heart Attack
Young women with heavy and painful periods due to a disorder called endometriosis -- abnormal growth of uterine tissue -- are three times as likely to develop heart attack compared to those without...
7 Reasons You Should Have Sex
To have or not to have. Is this what you are thinking when it comes to sex? Here are 7 reasons to convince you that sex can be much more than just pleasure... Stress Buster - The well-known benefit...
This V-Day, Gift 'Good Health' to Family, Friends
Roses, chocolates or jewellery are cliche. How about gifting "good health" to family and friends this Valentine's Day -- that too, starting at Rs.49? Thanks to PlanMyMedicalTrip.com, a host of...
Simple Blood Test May Spot 5 Types Of Cancers: Study
A simple blood test may be used to diagnose five types of cancers - colon, lung, breast, stomach and womb - at early stages, scientists say. Researchers from National Institute of Health (NIH) in US...
30 Home Remedies Take Away From Grany's Kitchen
Are you looking for nutural cures for common ailments with simply homely approach. Home remedies gives a simple treatement but with no side effect, however these tricks also make your immune system...
How Eating 'Healthy' Food Can Make You Fat?
Eating too much is typically considered as one of the prime reasons for obesity but when people eat what they consider to be healthy food, they eat more than the recommended serving size because they...
3D Printing’s Impact on Modern Manufacturing
You’ll be hard pressed to find an industry that won’t be impacted or influenced by 3D printing in the coming decade. Every sector of the economy will feel the positive reverberations of this evolving...
Attackers Shift Sights From Retail to Health Care in 2015
During the holiday season just a few years ago, major retailers were in a panic responding to countless attacks from cybercriminals targeting their highly coveted customer credit card information. It...
How Pharma can win in a Digital World
The digital revolution continues to transform healthcare fundamentally, and many people believe that a tipping point is finally within reach. In 2014, digital health investments topped $6.5 billion,...
ASPS Secures Passage Of The Breast Cancer Patient Education Act
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) today praised Congress for enacting ASPS’s top legislative priority, the Breast Cancer Patient Education Act (BCPEA), as part of the omnibus spending...
Union Minister J P Nadda Launches IT-Enabled Tool To Help Quit Tobacco
The Centre today launched four IT-based health care initiatives including an audio-based mobile service which will deliver weekly messages to families about pregnancy and child birth, an IT-enabled...
Nanomeds, combating dengue, 3D printing trended in India
India became the world’s third country with the prowess to manufacture raw materials for nanomedicines, addressed a growing public health concern by approving a new drug for hepatitis C and made...
The Second Brain In Your Stomach: What It Is, And Six Foods To Eat To Keep It Happy
The second brain, located in your gut, is made up 500 million neurons, and stretches all the way from the oesophagus to the anus. It is a complete separate nervous system on its own, and can affect...
J&J, Alphabet aim for smarter, smaller, cheaper surgical robot
Johnson & Johnson and Alphabet Inc's life sciences unit have formed an independent company to create far smaller, smarter and less costly robotic-assisted systems for surgery than those sold now...
Get Healthy, Give Healthy: Help Children Gain Good Health
YOU can change this for 2,81,405 children across CRY intervention areas. The first five years is an important phase in every child’s life. A healthy start for mothers and children ensures access to...
Weight Loss Can Protect Knees
Obese people who lose a substantial amount of weight can significantly slow the degeneration of their knee cartilage, according to a new study. Obesity is a major risk factor for osteoarthritis, a...
Tracking the Cold Chain Improving Vaccine Systems in India
At a two-day training in Madhya Pradesh , healthcare workers were introduced to eVIN, an electronic vaccination intelligence network system that will enable healthcare workers to effectively manage...
Why do young people have heart attacks?
Only half of younger heart attack patients believed that they were at risk before the onset of an attack, and even fewer discussed health risks with their doctors, according to Yale School of Public...
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 caused by roundworm parasites. The Nobel...
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 and his University of Exeter team have...

Pages

Itch The Mouse Wheel To Scroll Down !!