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Amid Fears Of Nipah Virus, Health Ministry Issues Advisory

NEW DELHI:  Amid fears that Nipah virus has spread to other states such as Karnataka and Himachal Pradesh, the Union Health Ministry tonight issued an advisory for general public and healthcare personnel mentioning the preventive measures they should adopt in high-risk areas, along with information on how the disease spreads and what are the symptoms. The ministry advised the general public ... Read More »

4 years Modi Govt: ‘Make in India’ in Health sector

Critical health care has been out of common man’s reach in the country for long. For many suffering from serious heart ailments, stent implant becomes imminent. But the problem arises when those in urgent need of stent implant aren’t able to afford it. But things have changed now. Taking a cue from ‘Make In India’ programme, Gujarat is leading by ... Read More »

Never ignore somebody with a disability; we don’t realize how much they can inspire! : Sudha Chandran

Narayan Seva Sansthan’s Specially-Able Models Rocked The Ramp Udaipur : An ultimate destination of specially able individuals – Narayan Seva Sansthan, today hosted an extravaganza Fashion and Talent Show under its much awaited event ‘Divya 2018’ in pink city Jaipur at Ravindra Manch. To motivate the participants of this show, Bollywood Actress and performer Sudha Chandran remained present and cheered ... Read More »

Incapable to support, man seeks Euthanasia for ailing sister in Chittorgarh

Udaipur : Incapable to support his differently abled sister, an unemployed man has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking Euthanasia for her. Sudhir Mishra, a resident of Pratapnagar area in Chittorgarh city, has been knocking doors to doors to get sanctioned pension for his sister Sunita who is suffering from 90 percent physical disability. Her unfit mental condition ... Read More »

Woman dares to make men’s washrooms waterless & odourless

‘Udaipur’s TOCIC ranks first for innovations’ Udaipur : Many found her ideas stinky, some ridiculed it. But this innovator dared to pursue her dream and achieved it.Today her invention ‘Eco-TrapIn’ under which she created a retrofit green technology of making conventional urinals waterless and odourless is gaining wide popularity. Neha Bagoria’s innovation is one of the models which was promoted and ... Read More »

4 states ink MoUs with Centre on health protection mission

The four states and the Union Territory of Chandigarh inked MoUs with the Union Health Ministry for the implementation of Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Swasthya Suraksha Mission. Union Health Minister J P Nadda presided over the MoU signing ceremony at a regional workshop for northern states. Stating that the scheme will be a big game changer in the healthcare sector, ... Read More »

Kale, beetroot: Nutritious ingredients for healthy food

New Delhi: With people becoming more health conscious, several restaurants have started introducing dishes with healthy ingredients like kale, beetroot and quinoa. These dishes offer wholesome goodness as it is not just good on nutrient value but also on taste, say experts. Rajesh Sawhney, Co-founder of and Rajiv Kumar, CEO of Culinate, have listed some of the healthy ingredients ... Read More »

Low testosterone level linked to chronic diseases in men

New York: Low levels of testosterone in men could be associated with chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, even among those 40 years of age and younger, new research has found. The total levels of the hormone are commonly associated with just sexual health and muscle mass preservation. The new study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, suggests that ... Read More »

Human brain grown in rodents to boost treatments for neurological disorders

New York: In a first, US scientists have grown miniature human brains or human brain organoids, in the skulls of mice, a breakthrough that could boost stem cell research as well as provide insight into neurological disorders such as autism, dementia, and schizophrenia. Scientists from the Salk Institute grafted human stem-cell-based organoids into a blood-vessel-rich area of the mouse brain. ... Read More »