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5 Common Myths On Dandruff You’ve Probably Fallen For

Dandruff is not only an embarrassing condition but also a major cause for hair fall and hair weakening

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Curcumin, Soul Constituent of Turmeric

Turmeric is a part of every Indian kitchen but who thought it would help in curing one of the deadliest diseases, Cancer. A constituent of turmeric, Curcumin has all the benefiting properties to fight the disease.

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Tactile Breast Examination Emerges as a Viable Robust Screening Technique for Early Detection of Breast Cancer in India

Initial results from the research done in India at the CK Birla Hospital for Women suggests extremely high sensitivity and can be engaged for women across all ages. Patients find TBE thorough, comfortable and get aware of how to do Self Breast Examination.

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Pooping Well Is Living Well !

This may be a gross topic to discuss, but your bowel movements tell a lot about your health conditions.

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Controlling Medicine Prices Through DPCO 2017 Saved Over INR 12400 crores: Pharma Secretary Dr P D Vaghela at Maiden CME Summit and Excellence Awards

“Producing good medicine, however, does not guarantee food health, we need to make sure that the doctors have the knowledge to implement the upgradations,” says Mr Kamal Narayan, CEO, Indian Health and Wellness Council (IHW).

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MedTech Company, Meril Life Sciences, Becomes the First Indian Company to Receive CE Marking for 100 microns Bioresorbable Scaffold

MeRes100, a next-generation thin-strut bioresorbable scaffold (BRS), is indigenously designed, developed and manufactured by Meril Life Sciences in India.

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NEUBERG joins Hands with C-CAMP

As part of the arrangement, Neuberg Anand Academy for Laboratory Medicine (NAALM) will partner with C-CAMP for technical training courses covering Flow Cytometry, Genomics, Mass Spectrometry and other advanced technology platforms.

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Technology Changes The Shape Of Healthcare Among Women

With the advent of technology, medicine has been blessed by practices like telemedicine which helps individuals to consult medical practitioners over the internet.

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Two-day Robotic Surgery Workshop held in Manipal Hospitals

Robotic surgery has generated a lot of interest in the last decade and is being practised at over 70 centres in India. While Urologists and Gynecologists are leading the usage, General Surgery has the biggest future with this technology.

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Hazardous Effects of Veterinary Radiation on Humans

Even the exposure to low doses of radiation can lead to hazardous effects in humans and to keep a check on it, Dosimeters can be used as a preventive measure.

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