APN News

  • Monday, September, 2020| Today's Market | Current Time: 12:32:11
  • Flu shot benefits mum and baby

    The safety of flu vaccination during pregnancy is well established and should be routine, according to the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. In a recent statement the College says that vaccination offers benefit to both mothers and infants1. Influenza immunisation is estimated to prevent 1 to 2 hospitalisations per 1000 […]

    Desi Cow Utsav, a unique 3-day program to spread the importance of Desi Cow Milk

    Hyderabad:  Desi Cow Utsav, a first of its kind and very unique event organised jointly by Dr. BRKR Government Ayurvedic College and Charaka Dairy  to spread the importance of Desi Cow Milk kicked off here in city today at People’s Plaza, Necklace Road.  The three day event which will be open to till 30th March […]

    Kuehne + Nagel launches new innovative airfreight solution for pharmaceutical products

    Switzerland : The globally operating  Kuehne + Nagel Group is rolling out KN PharmaChain, a product tailored to the specific needs of the Pharmaceutical- and Health Care industry. KN PharmaChain offers – among other features – door-to-door temperature control, a 24 hour alert system, optional wireless temperature measuring and Best Practice (GxP) standards for facilities, […]

    Waiting for 108 ambulance is a wise decision

    Indore:  The 108 emergency response services are apparently making a contribution towards bringing down the infant mortality rate (IMR) in rural areas of Madhya Pradesh. It is in fact a boon to the common man to take care of their health problems. In an emergency, everyone wants to help the victim. If an emergency occurs, […]

    Overeating may cause memory loss too

    Overeating has been linked to a host of health hazards like high blood pressure, diabetes and stroke. Conditions such as memory loss, dementia and even Alzheimer’s may also be added to the list soon, according to a new study. Preliminary findings of a study on ageing conducted by the Mayo Clinic indicate that overeating may […]

    SciGenom Introduces Cancer Tests for Early Detection and Personalized Treatment

    Chennai: SciGenom Labs, a Genomics R&D company launched its cancer panel tests and its product OncoMD during the 26th Indian Cooperative Oncology Network (ICON) 2012 meeting held at Bangalore on March 23 to 25. The cancer panel tests are for detection of somatic mutation status that will provide actionable information to patients at cancer risk […]

    HHV’s filters enable on-the-spot disease detection

    Bangalore: There is a quiet but major revolution brewing in the medical diagnostics field. The Bangalore-based Hind High Vacuum Company Pvt Ltd. (HHV) is a significant participant in this movement. Conventional diagnosis employs optical microscopes to detect disease-causing organisms in human tissue.  The limitation with this method is that preparing the slide for viewing requires […]

    Dental Implant Camp for Women at Thane

    by NR INDRAN / INT On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Dr. Veejay Deshpandey’s Clinic had organized a dental camp to bring Dental Implant awareness amongst women in Thane & surrounding areas. After the successful response, the camp for women is extended till 31st March 2012. Dr. Veejay Deshpandey’s Clinic, wishes to conduct more […]

    ‘Women’s Care’ Initiative Organized At Vertex Hospital

    by NR INDRAN / INT Mumbai : Vertex Hospital, a Multispecialty &Super speciality hospital located in Mulund (West) is providing special health checkup package exclusively for women, to commemorate the International women’s day. The special packages can be availed from March21, 2012 up to March 31, 2012 at Vertex Hospital, Mulund. Two weeks of Women’s […]

    Day dreaming while working tunes brain

    Researchers say, day dreaming while engaged in work, can increase your brain’s capability to hold lots of information. Scientists are of the view that mind wandering actually gives one’s working memory a workout. The research study author Jonathan Smallwood of the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Science says working memory is the […]