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Health ministry takes up action to prevent Dengue

Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan held a meeting at Nirman Bhawan today in the wake of vector borne diseases that spread widely during monsoon months. While talking about preventing dengue, the Minister said that he along with his members will visit places in Delhi to spread awareness by door to door campaigning to educate them about the disease and its preventive measures. WhatsApp Facebook ... Read More »

Hindustan Zinc Receives The Csr Health Impact Awards

Udaipur : Hindustan Zinc has received CSR Health Impact Award under Women & Child Health Initiative and being conferred with the title of ‘Game Changer’ for its Khushi Anganwadi Program during 3rd CSR Health Impact Awards held at Hyatt Regency in Delhi by IHW Council on 27th June 2019. On behalf of Hindustan Zinc, Mr. Dalpat Singh Chouhan and Ms. Anu ... Read More »

Kerala tops NITI Aayog’s health index

However, in terms of incremental performance Haryana, Rajasthan and Jharkhand are the top three states who performed well in comparison to the last health index. The report released by Vice Chairman of NITI Aayog Dr. Rajiv Kumar ranks the states and Union territories innovatively on their year-on-year incremental change in health outcomes, as well as, their overall performance with respect ... Read More »

Health Minister chairs meeting of group of experts in Delhi on AEC in Bihar

In addition to senior officers from the Health Ministry, Ministry of Women and Child Development, experts from AIIMS, NCDC, ICMR, IAP, WHO and CDC were present at the meeting. Meanwhile, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar visited SKMCH. The state government has announced several measures too. More in this report…. Acute encephalitis syndrome or brain fever has taken its toll on ... Read More »

Union Health Minister: Will provide all help to ailing children in Bihar

Union Health Minister along with his deputy Ashwini Kumar Choubey and Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey visited the Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital (SKMCH). “I assure the people of the area, especially the affected families, that the government will extend all possible help and measures to the state government,” the Union health minister told reporters.  According to a release issued by the ... Read More »

Health Minister Harsh Vardhan writes to CMs to protect Doctors

Expressing deep concern over the recent act of violence against doctors, the Union Health Minister stated that incidents of assaults on doctors are reported from different parts of the country and this leads to sudden strike by doctors, gravely affecting the healthcare services. Meanwhile, West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi on Saturday wrote to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee advising her ... Read More »

Union Health Minister writes to West Bengal CM to ensure security to doctors

Junior doctors in West Bengal remained on strike for the 4th straight day on Friday. Services in all government medical colleges & hospitals and in some private hospitals too remained affected. The doctors kept away from duties despite West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s warnings of strict action being taken against those on strike. The matter also reached the Kolkata ... Read More »

FM Arun Jaitley opts out of Cabinet citing health problems

Just a day before the swearing-in ceremony of the new government, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Wednesday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying he does not want to be a minister in his new government citing health problem. He  posted on Twitter the letter he wrote to Modi requesting recusal from being a part of the new government on health ... Read More »

Zim Laboratories to invest in ZIM Health Technologies

Zim Laboratories has received approval to invest in Zim Health Technologies by acquiring shares from existing shareholder and issue of equity shares by Zim Health Technologies. Post-acquisition of shares from existing shareholders, Zim Health Technologies would become wholly-owned subsidiary of Zim Laboratories. The Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held on May 16, 2019 has approved the ... Read More »

Haj Pilgrims advised to take care of their health

Hyderabad (Telangana) : The Sixth Haj Orientation Training Camp for the selected Haj Pilgrims was conducted at Royal Mosque Bhag e Aam, Nampally today. Renowned scholar Moulana Qari Syed Mateen Ali Shah Quadri spoke about Haj and Umrah rituals, and Dr. Hafiz Ahsan bin Mohammed Al Hamoomi,spoke about virtues of Haj, while Moulana Abdul Rasheed Talha spoke about care to be ... Read More »

SF Health Tech opens the first ever Cross-functional box of Udaipur “Shivfit Vajra“

Udaipur  : SF Health Tech (a fitness equipment manufacturing brand)along with Shivfit, comes together to launch the first ever Shivfit Cross-functional workout box in Udaipur “Shivfit Vajra” Founded in 2016 by Sancket Kamdar and Varun Rode along with co-founder, brand ambassador and celebrity fitness trainer Shivoham. SF Heath Tech is already taking the world of fitness equipment by a storm Fitness excellence ... Read More »

Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry making mental health documentary for Apple

Harry, who revealed he had come very close to a breakdown after the death of his mother Princess Diana when he was 12, has made mental health campaigning one of his priorities. Harry’s frank disclosures about his own torment helped to break down some of the current British taboos over discussion of mental health issues in public. He and Winfrey, ... Read More »

Use the smartphone to unwind? Study says it may be bad for your health

The study, published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior, is the first to thoroughly evaluate how smartphone use is associated with measures of subjective and psychological wellbeing. Researchers at Deakin University in Australia showed habitual smartphone use and entertainment use — to relax, escape and pass time — were the best predictors of lower wellbeing. The survey of over ... Read More »

2 billion people still deprived of basic water at health services: UN

In the poorest countries, about half of facilities have no basic water services, putting birthing mothers and new-borns in particular danger, according to new data released by the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.N. Children’s Fund (UNICEF). “Fifteen percent of people who go to a health care facility get an infection and 1 million die due to unclean birth,” WHO ... Read More »

Poly Medicure completes acquisition of Plan I Health

Poly Medicure through its wholly owned subsidiary — Poly Medicure BV, Netherlands has completed 100% acquisition by acquiring remaining 18% shares of Plan I Health s.r.l. Plan I Health s.r.l. a subsidiary of Poly Medicure BV and in turn an ‘indirect subsidiary’ of Poly Medicure will now become the wholly owned subsidiary of Poly Medicure BV and in turn an ... Read More »