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  • Tuesday, March, 2019| Today's Market | Current Time: 01:51:39
  • Fortis steps into AI based patient care, in partnership with Phable

    Bangalore : Fortis Hospitals Bangalore announced its partnership with Phable, India’s first autonomous care start-up. Through this partnership, Fortis’ patients will now have access to AI-powered ailment management solutions at the comfort of their homes. This will positively impact thousands of Fortis patients, who suffer from chronic illnesses. Phable aims to make healthcare patient-centric, easily […]

    83% of cancer patients in India not on right treatment path, finds study

    Bengaluru :  A study by Onco.com, the world’s first online cancer care platform, has come up with startling findings about the treatment being given to cancer patients in India. It found that over 15% of patients were getting completely wrong treatment, 27% were not being given the right chemotherapy drugs, and 41% did not undergo complete […]

    National veterinary hospital to hire 175 veterinarians nationwide

    AUSTIN, Texas –  Pathway Vet Alliance, a leading national veterinary management group serving pets and their parents in the U.S., announced Tuesday the company is now looking to hire over 175 veterinarians across the company’s network of veterinary hospitals. In addition to the doctor openings, Pathway is seeking well qualified candidates for hundreds of new support positions, the […]

    Mycord gets ’ Innovation Award’ for introducing groundbreaking concept of ‘Family Cord Blood Pool Banking’ to the World

    Hyderabad: Mycord a vertical of CelluGen Biotech Pvt. Ltd. has been conferred with highly coveted ‘Innovation Award’ at the International Conference on ‘Emerging Cellular and Immunotherapies in Haematological Disorders’ held in New Delhi recently. The prestigious Innovation award was presented by Indian Society of Cellular Therapy to Mycord for introducing to the world the concept of […]

    Symptomatic pharmacotherapy should be regularly assessed among older persons and persons with Alzheimer’s disease

    The prevalence of using antidepressants and proton pump inhibitors increases after the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a doctoral dissertation from the University of Eastern Finland. The use of antidepressants was associated with an increased risk of hip fracture among persons with and without Alzheimer’s disease. The use of proton pump inhibitors, however, did […]

    A Pinch of Iodized Salt can save a Million Lives

    Iodine deficiency is a major health problem in India. The soil of the subcontinent has little iodine, so food grown on it shows few traces of the element. As a result, all Indians are prone to iodine deficiency disorders. The most popular method of tackling the problem has been to encourage the consumption of iodised […]

    Pelvic TB can be the reason of difficulty during conceive

    New Delhi: Mycobacterium Tuberculosis that causes TB nearly affects more than 20lakh people every year. India accounts for more than 3lakh of death cases caused due to TB and ranks at fifth position on global scale in TB incidents. “Majorly disease affects the lungs of human body, but if it’s not treated it can spread to […]

    World Tuberculosis Day being observed today

    Today is World Tuberculosis Day. The day is observed on 24th March every year to raise public awareness about the devastating health, social and economic consequences of TB, and to step up efforts to end the global epidemic. The theme this year is, ‘It’s time’. It focusses on the urgency to act on the commitments […]

    World TB Day: Need to build effective preventive and treatment methods Authored by – Dr. Swati Rajagopal, Consultant, Infectious Diseases, Aster CMI Hospital

    March 24 every year is World Tuberculosis (TB) Day and is geared towards building public awareness on tuberculosis, a condition that leads to the deaths of nearly one-and-a-half million people each year mostly in developing countries. TB remains the world’s deadliest infectious killer. According to studies conducted by Australian researchers, each day, nearly 4,500 people […]

    Columbia Asia Hospital Sarjapur Road celebrates World Kidney Day

    Columbia Asia Hospital- Sarjapur Road, celebrated World Kidney Day by felicitating the donors and transplant patients as token of gratitude. Event was inaugurated by lighting the lamp of Hope by the post-transplant Recipients and dialysis patients with our General Manager Ms. Manisha Kumar, later followed by keynote by Dr Pallavi Patri (Chief of Nephrology), Dr […]