Need to go beyond traditional healthcare methods to address Mental Health Issues

There could be several possible reasons for this gap ranging from stigma associated with mental illnesses, lack of resources for mental health and apathy on part of policy makers to counter this problem. FICCI organises ‘Speak Up’ - National Mental Health Movement NEW DELHI, 30 October 2018: The neglect of mental health is evident from a … Continue reading Need to go beyond traditional healthcare methods to address Mental Health Issues

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Meril Life Sciences gets approval for Myval Heart Valve Replacement Technology

Myval-TAVR technology  Meril Life Sciences, an indigenous global medical devices company, has received approval for commercialization of Myval-TAVR technology from the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO). The device is the First Indigenously developed and manufactured Transcatheter Aortic Heart Valve Replacement (TAVR) technology and with this launch, Meril will become the First Indian Company in … Continue reading Meril Life Sciences gets approval for Myval Heart Valve Replacement Technology

Awareness and a healthy lifestyle are the best antidotes to prevent and manage diabetes

This World Diabetes Day on 14th November 2018, experts suggest precautionary measures to safeguard from the disease New Delhi, 13th November 2018 :Diabetes Mellitus is a disease characterized by high blood glucose levels that result from the failure of the pancreas to produce and use insulin which affects the human immune system and even cause the failure … Continue reading Awareness and a healthy lifestyle are the best antidotes to prevent and manage diabetes

Myths v/s Facts On Breastfeeding : Dr. Nidhi Chauhan

Breastfeeding, a completely natural process, has been the subject of countless on-going discussions and debates, for decades. Mother’s milk the most important nutrient for a child to be consumed in its infant stages. In fact, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has referred to the mother’s milk as being the baby’s first vaccine, as it provides … Continue reading Myths v/s Facts On Breastfeeding : Dr. Nidhi Chauhan

Richa Singh will advocate for sanitary napkins

Niine, a premium yet affordable and home grown Indian challenger sanitary napkin brand, has announced the appointment of Richa Singh as Chief Executive Officer of Niine Menstrual Hygiene Products. Niine has also pioneered a movement to bridge the gap between the 18% of menstruating females in India using sanitary napkins, and the 82% predominantly engaging in unhygienic practices such as old … Continue reading Richa Singh will advocate for sanitary napkins

Ambient and household Air pollution attributes to 30% of stroke cases in India

New Delhi: Effects of air pollution globally is not only restricted to affecting the lungs, but also accounts for 30% of acute stroke cases worldwide. Air pollution in India is one of the major causes of stroke in our country. Recent researches have provided evidence for the associated disability and mortality linked with the effects of … Continue reading Ambient and household Air pollution attributes to 30% of stroke cases in India

Pediatric strokes are lesser known and often undetected – timely treatment is the key

Pediatric strokes even though rare, is one of the leading causes of significant morbidity and mortality. In comparison to stroke occurring in adults, children present differently with unique risk factors that often optimizes the outcomes. As the risk factors for pediatric stroke vary from that in adults, the cases are often diagnosed at later stages, … Continue reading Pediatric strokes are lesser known and often undetected – timely treatment is the key

Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Raju Vaishya gets prestigious Dr. B. C. Roy Oration Award

Dr Raju Vaishya, a well known Orthopaedic Surgeon has been honoured with ‘DR. B. C. ROY ORATION AWARD, 2018’ of Indian Medical Association, Madhya Pradesh for his outstanding achievement and remarkable role in the field of Health care.The award was given away in the inaugural function of 63rd Annual Medical Conference of IMA, Madhya Pradesh … Continue reading Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Raju Vaishya gets prestigious Dr. B. C. Roy Oration Award

There is an urgent need for hypertension-stroke control program for the stroke victims

37yr old man can now walk slowly and move his fingers after cell based therapy Navi Mumbai: 37 yr old Hrishikesh Rane suffered stroke in 2016 but after cell based treatment by Dr Pradeep Mahajan he is able to walk. Mr. Hrishikesh, 37 years, has been under treatment for high blood pressure for approximately 3-4 years. … Continue reading There is an urgent need for hypertension-stroke control program for the stroke victims