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  • Men are twice likely to suffer infertility with less sleep than women

    Men are twice likely to suffer infertility with less sleep than women

    New Delhi: Sleeping too little or too much can affect a man's ability to impregnate his partner. The best time to rest is 7-8 hours and if the duration is less than 6 hours or more than 9 hours per night, the probability of making their partner conceive reduces. In any given month, men who slept le...

    Sahyadri Hospitals successfully performs liver transplant on a 3 year old

    Sahyadri Hospitals successfully performs liver transplant on a 3 year old

    On December 12, the liver transplant team at Sahyadri Hospitals performed a critical liver transplant surgery on a 3 year old child weighing only 10.2kgs. Shubham Gurav, born on 16th October 2013 was diagnosed with liver Cirrhosis due to which he was having a troubled childhood, with a curtailed die...

    Never Ignore Symptoms of Neurological Diseases: Columbia Asia Hospitals, Patiala Conducts Two-Day He...

    Patiala: Have you developed a sudden onset of headaches? Is your memory showing signs of slow deterioration? Do you experience constant dizziness, seizures or shivering of limbs? If yes, you must immediately consult a Neurology specialist since your symptoms might have origins in disorders of the br...

    For the first time in Karnataka, Manipal Hospitals Performs Kidney Transplant Using Assisted Robotic...

    For the first time in Karnataka, Manipal Hospitals Performs Kidney Transplant Using Assisted Robotic Surgery

    Bengaluru: Manipal Hospitals scripted a rare and challenging surgery of kidney transplant using robotic assisted surgery to become the first hospital in the state of Karnataka to use robotics for renal transplant. This medical feat was achieved with Da Vinci Robotic Surgical System which integrates ...

    Panchkula Gets its Largest Hospital: Paras Healthcare Group Launches First 220 Bedded Super Specialt...

    Panchkula: Paras Healthcare, one of the country�s leading healthcare providers, today announced plans to launch the first 220 bedded super specialty hospital in the city, aimed at providing highly specialized tertiary care to patients from Panchkula and adjoining towns and cities. This hospital wil...

    ElectroCores bioelectric medicine, nVNS, successfully treats menstrual migraine

    ElectroCores bioelectric medicine, nVNS, successfully treats menstrual migraine

    A paper in the Journal of Headache and Pain found that electroCores non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation treatment (nVNS), gammaCore, reduced menstrual and menstrual related migraine attacks by more than a third, with forty percent of the patients experiencing a reduction in migraine frequency of fi...

    8th Annual World Dental Show Begins Today

    8th Annual World Dental Show Begins Today

    Mumbai: 8th edition of the Annual World Dental Show (WDS), the biggest three day dental event of the year, an initiative of Indian Dental Association (IDA) was inaugurated today at MMRDA Ground, Bandra Kurla Complex amidst a glittering function. The programme was attended by Dr. Patrick Hescot, FDI ...

    3,000 Jan Aushadhi Kendras to be opened by March 2017

    3,000 Jan Aushadhi Kendras to be opened by March 2017

    Centre has decided to open 3,000 Jan Aushadhi Kendras by March 2017 to provide quality medicines at affordable rates.Ministry of Chemical and Fertilizers Yesterday in an official release said that 437 such Kendras have become operational across the country so far. Of them, the maximum 122 Jan Aushad...

    The power of play Using play to bring out the best in children with autism

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. � For many parents and caregivers of young children with autism, one of the first questions, after diagnosis is, �What kind of future can I expect for my child?� Parents were often given little hope that their child could succeed in school, make friends and live a happy, meaningful ...

    NEEDLESS NEEDLES: A revolutionary test to reduce the number of unnecessary INVASIVE prenatal screeni...

    Mumbai: Is it time for India to use the latest technology developments to help prevent pregnant women from undergoing unnecessary invasive prenatal tests? The preliminary reports of a first of its kind, validated study on Non-invasive prenatal screening test (NIPT) on Indian population does strongl...

    Meditation, yoga, vegetarian diet linked to decline in risk of cardiovascular diseases

    Meditation, yoga, vegetarian diet linked to decline in risk of cardiovascular diseases

    A recent controlled clinical trial represented a rare attempt to use metabolic biomarkers to assess the reported Health benefits of integrative medicine and holistic practices. During the study participants were kept in a six-day Ayurvedic-based well-being program that provided a vegetarian diet, m...

    South-East Asia countries to set up fund for health emergencies preparedness

    South-East Asia countries to set up fund for health emergencies preparedness

    Colombo: �In a critical step for emergency preparedness across the WHO South-East Asia Region, Member countries today agreed to establish a dedicated funding stream aimed at building preparedness for health emergencies in the Region, which is one of the most disaster-prone. �To date, post-disaster ...

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