• Google Glass used at Lifeline Hospital in a surgery
    4:18 PM

    Lifeline Hospitals is a fine name all across the country when it comes to the healthcare sector. A predominant reason for this is the expertise the doctors hold and the facilities the hospital offers. It is a host to various high tech medical and allied equipments and the latest addition

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  • Choose an alternate route to health at AMCC
    10:40 AM

      Initiated in the year 1991, Alternative Medical Council Calcutta (AMCC) aims to deliver an alternative approach to the process of healing. AMCC propagates a culture of diverse medical care systems, practices and products through its various educational institutions as well as by running awareness drives which promote alternative medicine

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  • Successful Recovery of a Struggling Disabled at the Relief India Trust
    4:33 PM

    Relief India Trust is a renowned NGO which, along with its varied non-profit initiatives, operates a rehabilitation centre for the disabled children so as to facilitate for their psychological, educational, medical and therapeutic needs. RIT started this noble drive of supporting the children in need of medical attention, belonging to

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  • Free Health Camp Drive for Children by National NGO
    4:43 PM

    Focused on rebuilding the crummy lives of the under-privileged children of our country, National Organization for Social Empowerment comes with yet another laudable initiative, organizing a free health camp for the children at Gandhi Ashram, GTB Nagar on April 15. The camp was set up with due support from Save

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  • Dr J S Rajkumar delivered laparoscopic surgical workshop at Al Hayat Hospital
    4:50 PM

    Oman’s first day-long live audio-visual surgical workshop on laparoscopic surgery was conducted successfully at Al Hayat International Hospital recently. The main operating surgeon Dr J S Rajkumar, senior consultant surgeon at Al Hayat, demonstrated a series of surgeries to the audience of surgeons, physicians, and resident doctors from The Royal Hospital,

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  • Health beverages no good for consumers: Study
    10:26 AM

    Toronto, Jan 13 (IANS) Contrary to the claims made on their packages, some novel beverages such as vitamin waters and energy drinks marketed in Canada provide little nutritional benefits to the consumers, says a study. “While our findings suggest that consumers stand to reap little or no benefit from the

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  • Sex good for health of species
    8:13 AM

    Toronto, Jan 13 (IANS) Researchers from the University of Toronto have found that species which reproduce sexually rather than asexually are healthier over time because they do not accumulate harmful mutations. “The findings allow us to understand why an enormous diversity of species around the world go through the laborious

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  • Tiny worms to help improve astronauts’ health
    7:15 AM

    Washington, Jan 13 (IANS) Tiny roundworms are going to help researchers at the International Space Station (ISS) learn ways to keep astronauts healthy on long-duration space missions. Two Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) investigations on the ISS will help the team seek clues to physiological problems found in astronauts like

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  • e-Learning can create more health professionals
    9:49 AM

    London, Jan 12 (IANS) Electronic learning – the use of electronic media and devices in education – is likely to be as effective as traditional methods for training health professionals, says a study. Students acquire knowledge and skills through online and offline e-learning as well as or better than they

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