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Wednesday, 21 August 2019

Columns News

  • Managing and coping with Hemophilia

    Columns |  Views | 0 Comment | 16 Apr, 2019

    Every year 17th April is recognized as World Hemophilia Day to increase awareness about hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders, as well as to improve access to care and...Read more

  • 30.4% students have abnormal BMI; 19.1% fall in the overweight & obese category: Jarma Wellness report

    Columns |  News | 0 Comment | 08 Apr, 2019

    India sits on a ticking health time-bomb, with one of the largest incidences of population suffering from diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, cancer and mental health issues. R...Read more

  • Everyday habits could be mounting trouble for the heart

    Columns |  Features | By Dr. Naveen Chandra | 0 Comment | 04 Apr, 2019

    From a time when cardiac arrest was a rare phenomenon usually occurring due to certain specific health inconsistencies to now when heart issues have become the most common lifestyle disease...Read more

  • A revolutionary era of Intelligent drug discovery

    Columns |  Features | By Dr Amandeep Singh | 0 Comment | 02 Apr, 2019

    With 90 percent of all drug discovery programs failing, it currently takes at least a decade to identify and develop a typical drug, with the costs of this process soaring upwards of $2.5B....Read more

  • World TB Day: Need to build effective preventive and treatment methods

    Columns |  News | 0 Comment | 25 Mar, 2019

    March 24 every year is World Tuberculosis (TB) Day and is geared towards building public awareness on tuberculosis, a condition that leads to the deaths of nearly one-and-a-half million peo...Read more

  • Patient Centric Approach is the new disruption

    Columns |  Features | By Anand Kumar Tiwari | 0 Comment | 20 Mar, 2019

    We all know that good health is the basic need of every human and therefore, people struggle to stay healthy and also intend to keep the members of their family healthy. Despite such strugg...Read more

  • How to heal through Aquatic therapy

    Columns |  Views | By Dr. Amit Kohli | 0 Comment | 13 Mar, 2019

    When it comes to women and taking care of their health, the focus has always been on weight loss. But what if you’re looking to get back in shape after pregnancy, or lower the chances...Read more

  • Wirelessly powering a Smart Pill from outside the body

    Columns |  Features | By Lisa Harvey | 0 Comment | 11 Mar, 2019

    Smart pills will change the way the medical professionals treat disease. Researchers are developing tiny capsules that can be placed within a patient to communicate vital information both t...Read more

  • Understanding Breast Cancer & Mammography

    Columns |  News | By Dr. Teena Sleeba | 0 Comment | 08 Mar, 2019

    Breast cancer is a global disease affecting women across age groups. With an annual incidence of approximately 1, 44,000 new cases of breast cancers in India, it has now become the most com...Read more

  • Is it time to “Check your Hearing”?

    Columns |  Features | By Medica Superspecialty Hospital | 0 Comment | 01 Mar, 2019

    On this World Hearing Day on 3rd March, World Health Organisation (WHO) has rightly suggested to “Check your hearing”! It notifies those who are living unknowingly affected...Read more

  • Stem Cell Therapy for Corneal Regeneration in the eye

    Columns |  Features | By Mr. VipulJain (CEO, Advancells) | 1 Comment | 19 Feb, 2019

    Stem Cell Therapy for Corneal Regeneration- Sight is the most important aspect of everyone’s life as we are able to steer through our surroundings with ease with the help of our eyes....Read more

  • Blind spots, zig-zag lines, or seeing stars? It could be ‘The Ocular Migraine'

    Columns |  Views | By Dr Arindam Dey | 0 Comment | 15 Feb, 2019

    Flashes of light, shimmering stars and a fade to black. While this may sound like the climactic end to a sci fi movie, don’t be fooled. These are the symptoms people may experience wh...Read more

  • Better healthcare infrastructure, comprehensive planning for fighting cancer

    Columns |  Features | By Dr. Vivek Belathur | 0 Comment | 12 Feb, 2019

    Cancer cases in India will multiply five times by 2025 according to a report by the World Health Organization. Even after adjusting population growth, the new cancer cases have increased by...Read more

  • A Pap Smear Test or Liquid Based Cytology for detecting cervical cancer

    Columns |  Features | By Dr. Dimpy Irani | 0 Comment | 11 Feb, 2019

    A Pap smear test, also known as a Papanicolaou test/ Liquid Based Cytology (LBC), is a screening procedure to detect cervical cancer in women, which is caused by a sexually transm...Read more

  • Timely diagnosis can reduce lung cancer deaths

    Columns |  Features | By Dr Sandeep Sewlikar  | 0 Comment | 11 Feb, 2019

    We all know about breast cancer, oral cancer, skin cancer, prostate cancer, blood cancer and lung cancer. What we may not know is that the cancer type afflicting the most number of people w...Read more

  • World Leprosy Day

    Columns |  Views | By Dr Swati Rajagopal | 0 Comment | 30 Jan, 2019

    According to the recent data recorded by World Health Organisation (WHO), India still accounts for 60% of global burden of leprosy. Despite the official claims of achieving eradic...Read more

  • Kidney Disease Treatment- Kidney disorders symptoms, types, treatment

    Columns |  Features | By Mr. Vipul Jain(CEO, Advancells) | 0 Comment | 22 Jan, 2019

    Kidney Disease Treatment by Stem Cells- Kidney serves a vital function in the human body of filtering the excess of water, solutes, blood and waste products which need to be discharged from...Read more

  • What makes a Hip or Knee Transplant surgery Successful?

    Columns |  Views | By Dr. Aashish Chaudhry | 0 Comment | 17 Jan, 2019

    You can blame it on metal and the lack of accountability in the Indian healthcare sector, if hip or knee transplant goes wrong causing a very painful experience to the patients. Right from ...Read more