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  • Healthyduniya.com celebrating the Breast Cancer Awareness Month with ‘Special Checkup Package’ for women

    New Delhi : With Breast Cancer becoming the second most diagnosed cancer after cervical cancer in India, it is indeed necessary to encourage women to opt for preventive check-ups to ensure early detection of any such malignancy. With that motto, leading healthcare portal Healthyduniya.com in association with Indus Health Plus, India’s leading preventive healthcare providers, […]

    ‘Put up the waist-size status’ Campaign becomes rage in social media around World Obesity Day

    New Delhi :  28 Pink Parrots, 32 Sweating bungee-jumps or red kittens… and so on. You might have felt baffled lately seeing such status on your friend’s social media profiles. While such status kept you guessing only a few would have realized that this was actually a confession of their friend’s waist size! Surprised again? […]

    Coming soon: Drugs without side effects!

    Scientists have used cutting edge computer modelling to learn how the body reacts to different drug treatments, paving way for drugs with fewer or no side effects. Researchers from the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MIPS) investigated alternative drug recognition sites on G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) – the largest and most important family of receptor […]

    Birthing Boutique launched at Mazumdar Shaw Medical Center in NH Health City

    Bangalore: Narayana Health today announced the launch of its premium birthing centre located on the 5th floor of Mazumdar Shaw Medical Center at NH Health City campus in Bommasandra, Bangalore. The birthing centre has been conceptualized to make the journey of pregnancy and child birth comfortable, memorable and a joyous experience for the mother and […]

    Ninety-three percent of the wild plants used in traditional Indian (ayurvedic) medicine are threatened with extinction

    Hyderabad : International Conference and Exhibition on Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry & Natural Products” (Pharmacognosy-2013)  kicked off here in city today at Radisson Blue Plaza Hotel at Banajara Hills. The theme of the conference is “Accelerating plant based drug discovery  for safer drug development”. Giving his keynot address at the inaugural of the meet, Prof(Dr.) Chandrakant Kokate […]

    World Osteoporosis Day: Embrace better bone health

    World Osteoporosis Day is observed annually on 20 October. The day marks the launch of a year-long campaign dedicated to raising global awareness of the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis. Each year features a different campaign theme and message. The theme for 2013, ‘postmenopausal women & their bone health,’ will highlight the reasons why […]

    Turmeric could prevent cervical cancer

    A component named circumin in turmeric, a herbal cure for many diseases for ages, could prevent and cure Human Papiloma Virus infection which leads to cervical cancer in women, scientists at Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute (CNCI) in Kolkata claimed. CNCI, known for cancer research, carried out a five year study on 400 women who suffered […]

    World Arthritis day celebrated by Knee replacement patients with garba at Sai Snehdeep Hospital, Koper Khariane

    Navi Mumbai:  Hip and knee replacement has not affected their spirit; they are enthusiastic about life, and can enjoy even at the age of 90; they are motivated to be active and self- reliant. A group of Septuagenarians and Octogenarians are all set to experience the joy of playing “GARBA”. They will bond together to […]

    Lifesaving Obstetric Skills reduce Maternal Mortality Rate and contribute in achieving Millennium Development Goal target in India: Dr. G.V. Ramana Rao

    Hyderabad :  GVK Emergency Management and Research Institute (GVK EMRI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) for conducting Basic Life Support in Obstetrics (BLSO) and Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO) certification training programs for the first time exclusively in India. Both these programs are Global Certification Programs.  […]

    Targeted screening of ethnic minorities helps tackle heart disease and health inequalities

    Targeting screening at deprived areas is a more cost effective way of identifying people in ethnic minority groups at high risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) than mass screening and may help to reduce health inequalities. Despite recent improvements, CVD remains the leading cause of early death in the UK and many ethnic minority groups are […]