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Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Blogs News

  • Relationship Between Exercise and the Brain and the Impact of Fitness on Learning

    Blogs |  Views | By Ankit Kankar | 0 Comment | 10 Sep, 2019

    How exercise can improve learning The book entitled Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain gives indisputable evidence to support the argument that exercise can hel...Read more

  • 5 E-Cigar Facts You Need to Know

    Blogs |  Views | By Ankit Kankar | 0 Comment | 09 Sep, 2019

    To shed more light on e-cigs, here are some facts about them that you should know:       They work by vaporizing e-cig liquid E-cigarettes are typically battery-operat...Read more

  • Break the Taboo around Depression

    Blogs |  Views | By Dr Anuj Khandewal | 0 Comment | 20 Aug, 2019

    Depression nowadays is a term used frequently and yet very few people actually understand the complexity of the disorder. Dr Anuj Khandelwal, a celebrated Psychiatrist from Surat says, &ldq...Read more

  • Transfusion Transmitted Hepatitis: Should You Be Concerned ?

    Blogs |  Views | By Dr Smriti Prasad | 0 Comment | 08 Aug, 2019

    Recently, a young man got admitted in our hospital for a surgery. As it was a complicated one, he required blood transfusion. As per usual protocol, a request for 4-5 units of blood was sen...Read more

  • Healthcare Delivery in India: Holistic Wellbeing

    Blogs |  Views | By Surendranath Chilamkurty | 0 Comment | 30 Jul, 2019

    Today, healthcare is one of the largest growing sectors in India, both in terms of revenue and employment. It is expected to reach a whopping $372 billion by 2022. However, our healthcare d...Read more

  • Is Talc Really As Harmful as it’s stated to be?

    Blogs |  Views | By Ankit Kankar | 0 Comment | 17 Jul, 2019

    Does talc cause cancer? With the recent lawsuits against Johnson and Johnson baby talcum powder claiming that  long term use of talc on genitals can cause ovarian cancer, the talc has...Read more

  • Advances in Total Hip Replacement

    Blogs |  Views | By Dr Siddharth Shah | 0 Comment | 14 Jun, 2019

    Total Hip Replacement (THR) has been described as the operation of the century (Learmonth et al, Lancet 2007) as it has completely transformed the management of elderly patients suffering f...Read more

  • Addressing the supply chain problems in the healthcare industry

    Blogs |  Views | By Sandeep Sharma, CEO & Founder, Cogent Transware Solutions  | 0 Comment | 13 May, 2019

    Recent is the time when the wave of health consciousness and awareness took place and catalyzed the healthcare industry to pull up the socks. The rise in income level, high risks of lifesty...Read more

  • Will Telemedicine Be The Future of Healthcare?

    Blogs |  Features | By Suhas Tamras | 0 Comment | 06 May, 2019

    Telemedicine, unlike recent healthcare innovations, has been around for over forty years now. Today, it uses modern technologies in telecommunications, mobile technology and consumer electr...Read more

  • 5 Reasons B Pharmacy Admission Is Right for You

    Blogs |  Views | By Ankit Kankar | 1 Comment | 24 Apr, 2019

    Pharmacy is a great career option that has a strong scope with many lucrative opportunities. The pharmacy industry is massive in India and was valued at $33 billion in 2017. The projection ...Read more

  • Awareness Of EMS Services In India: A Need Of The Hour

    Blogs |  Features | By Manish Sacheti | 0 Comment | 22 Apr, 2019

    With a population of more than 1.3 billion people, India is among the most populated countries in the world. However, while it has come a long way from being regarded only as “transpo...Read more

  • Medicine turns to cold chain warehouses for its storage needs

    Blogs |  Features | By Manoj Pant | 0 Comment | 25 Mar, 2019

    A cold chain is a temperature-controlled supply chain which is required to preserve and maintain perishable products like food items, chemicals and now, pharmaceutical products. It involves...Read more

  • Women at higher risks to UTI

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Mohan Keshavamurthy | 0 Comment | 13 Mar, 2019

    Urinary tract infections (UTIs) is a very common infection of the urinary system that mostly affects women. It affects up to 60 percent of women as well as men and children. It generally af...Read more

  • Common PCOS myths busted

    Blogs |  Features | By Harish Natarajan | 0 Comment | 08 Mar, 2019

    There is a lack of awareness of a lot of diseases which are considered as taboo until some inspiring celebrity opens up about it. Like in recent past, a lot of actors have come out in the o...Read more

  • The Targeted Way of treating blood cancer

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr. N Aditya Murali | 0 Comment | 22 Feb, 2019

    Multiple myeloma is a type of blood cancer that develops in the bone marrow. The bone marrow is home to various type of cells like red blood cells, neutrophils, lymphocytes, plasma cells an...Read more

  • Are you genetically predisposed to cancer?

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Sandeep Nayak | 0 Comment | 31 Jan, 2019

    Cancer is becoming ubiquitous around the world. Every year 12.7 million people gets diagnosed to cancer and out of which only 7.6 million people survive. Although numerous initiatives and a...Read more

  • Loud impact of Noise pollution!

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Dillon Dsouza | 0 Comment | 17 Jan, 2019

    By definition, noise pollution takes place when there is either excessive amount of noise or an unpleasant sound that is unnatural in volume or source, that causes temporary disruption in t...Read more

  • All you need to know about Urinary stone disease

    Blogs |  Features | By Dr Datson George P | 1 Comment | 14 Jan, 2019

    Urinary stone disease is a very common problem nowadays. Urinary stone prevalence is estimated at 3% in all individuals, and it affects up to 12% of the population during their lifetime. Ur...Read more