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Practo Extends Free Online Consultation Programme In Delhi Till 20th Nov

After a brief dive in pollution levels, the air quality in Delhi has once again breached the “severe” mark according to AQI Live.

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Indian Healthcare’s Innovation Imperative: Technology Beyond Telemedicine

Indians have a higher risk of cardiac ailments, rising 34 per cent in 26 years, WHO says.

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Adopt, Implement High-impact Interventions Securing The Future Of Antibiotics, Rollbacks Global AMR Crisis

By 2050, unless urgent action is taken, AMR is expected to kill 10 million annually. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are responsible for a substantial proportion of the AMR burden.

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BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital, Bengaluru Hosts Scientific Session On Multi-organ Transplantation

The session was attended by 250 doctors and experts in the field of multi-organ transplantation in Karnataka.

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Everything You Need To Know About Epilepsy

Epilepsy is one of the world’s oldest recognized conditions, but fear and misunderstanding have created a social stigma around it.

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Lesser Know Cancers

Nowadays chemotherapy and targeted agents are used more often before surgery to shrink the tumour so that the surgeon can then cleanly remove the tumour.

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Dental Cavities: A Rising Trend Among Indian Children

With proper awareness, preventive measures and good oral habits, we can keep our children ‘cavity free’, and ensure them healthy childhood.

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Mental Health And Psoriasis

Insights by a well-known dermatologist, Dr Maya Vedamurthy and psychiatrist, Dr Hozefa A Bhinderwala indicate the link between psoriasis and mental health.

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Nicotine Patches: An Innovation in Tobacco De-Addiction

In the year 2017, market research firm Euromonitor International valued India’s e-cigarette/vaping market at around $15.6 million and projected it to grow 60 per cent annually until 2022.

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How Diabetes Can Damage Your Body Parts And Lead To Amputation

Reduced blood flow can delay wound healing and can make the body less effective at fighting infection. As a result, the wound may not heal.

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