Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Articles/Features News

  • Assisted Telemedicine transforming rural healthcare

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Ajoy Khandheria  | 0 Comment | 09 Oct, 2018

    At a time when the poorest 20% of the population captures only 10% of the public health subsidy in the country and there are newer diseases affecting more and more people in the form of out...Read more

  • 75% Indian Women shy away from Breast Cancer Screening

    Articles/Features |  Features | 0 Comment | 09 Oct, 2018

    Future Generali India Life Insurance Company Pvt Ltd (FGILI), in association with Momspresso unveiled the findings of a national survey which aims at understanding the awareness around brea...Read more

  • Can Stroke be prevented?

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr. NK Venkataramana | 0 Comment | 28 Aug, 2018

    Stroke is a sudden catastrophic event resulting in loss of blood supply or bleeding into the brain and the consequence can be dangerous. It can lead to neurological dysfunction ranging from...Read more

  • Distinct perspectives on Life Sciences trends

    Articles/Features |  Features | 0 Comment | 27 Aug, 2018

    Life Sciences is a constantly evolving field. Staying uo-to-date with these evolutions, especially for busy executives who carry expertise and interests on these grounds is a task, yet it i...Read more

  • Manual on types of Cancer Screenings

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Tejinder Kataria | 0 Comment | 22 Aug, 2018

    One of the most important cancer fighting tool is prevention. Screening your body periodically for cancer symptoms is recommended, especially for some people who are at high risk. Getting t...Read more

  • Correct the Genetic Burden

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Manbeena Chawla | 0 Comment | 20 Aug, 2018

    Due to the high birth rate in India, a very large number of infants with genetic disorders are born every year, almost half a million with malformations. Factors contributing to this high p...Read more

  • Can mobile phones damage our health?

    Articles/Features |  News | By Dr Dillon Dsouza | 0 Comment | 14 Aug, 2018

    Electromagnetic radiation from the mobile phone as well as base tower has been implicated as a health hazard. Some studies have indicated a link between cell-phone radiation and cancer, lo...Read more

  • Pain Management: A matter of trust

    Articles/Features |  Features | 0 Comment | 13 Aug, 2018

    The world of medicines is evolving swiftly. Pain can be complex and varied, driven by a number of unique factors and affects every individual differently. From neuropathic pains to chronic ...Read more

  • The rising concern of brain attack!

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr. N K Venkataramana | 0 Comment | 25 Jul, 2018

    Brain attack or commonly called as stroke is the leading cause of acquired disability and the third leading cause of death in India. 1 in 6 people worldwide have experienced stroke in their...Read more

  • Follow-up care is integral for diabetes management

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Mr Anand Tiwari | 0 Comment | 19 Jul, 2018

    In India, there has been an increase in the lifestyle related diseases such as diabetes as compared to communicable diseases like malaria, cholera and tuberculosis. While communicable disea...Read more

  • Evolution of the Medical Marketplace model

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Nivesh Khandelwal | 0 Comment | 16 Jul, 2018

    As the healthcare landscape in the country is fast evolving, a bevy of marketplace business models such as value-based care models, new payment and decentralized healthcare paradigms etc ar...Read more

  • The reasons behind recurrence of miscarriages

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Duru Shah | 0 Comment | 13 Jul, 2018

    Unfortunately one out of every 5 to 6 pregnancies ends in a miscarriage i.e. the pregnancy is lost! And if it happens not once, not twice but three times in a row to a couple, then it can b...Read more

  • Does joining a clinical trial make you a guinea pig?

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Indian Society for Clinical Research | 0 Comment | 10 Jul, 2018

    Clinical trials are carefully designed and monitored for research studies to test drugs, devices or procedures to find out if they are safe and effective before they can be approved for mar...Read more

  • Cardiac Disease Management- Partly Genetic, Partly Lifestyle

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Sanghamitra Mishra | 0 Comment | 09 Jul, 2018

    Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a condition where the blood vessel supplying blood to the heart is blocked due to a waxy deposit called ‘plaque’. When the plaque completely blo...Read more

  • Advance pre-natal screening to curb fetal mortality

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Amit Chopra  | 0 Comment | 04 Jul, 2018

    Worldwide, approximately 76,000 pregnant women and approximately half million babies die annually because of pre-eclampsia and severe preeclampsia. In India, every year roughly 12 percent (...Read more

  • Healthcare Affordability- Expectations Vs Cost!

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Arun Bal | 0 Comment | 29 Jun, 2018

    Indian Healthcare sector is at crossroads. In recent past, there have been incidents of various types with wide publicity in print and visual media, as well as social media, creating doubts...Read more

  • Recent advances in Cochlear Implants

    Articles/Features |  Features | By Dr Dillon Dsouza | 2 Comment | 28 Jun, 2018

    A cochlear implant is an electronic device that takes over the work of the human ear in converting sounds to electrical signals that the brain understands as sounds and delivers them to the...Read more

  • The uncertainty of cancer treatment

    Articles/Features |  Features | 0 Comment | 25 Jun, 2018

    Cancer, one of the deadly diseases, has been growing day by day. It is the one that can develop in any part of the body. The negative or the cancerous cells keep growing in the body and cau...Read more