Malaria can be eradicated by 2030 in India with the help of this new drug

23-07-2018   |   336 View(s)

Thanks to the US Food and Drug Administration who allowed the use of a new drug named Krintafel (tafenoquine) to treat P. vivax malaria; malaria can be eradicated by 2030 in India. The drug is developed by a not-for-profit research and industry partnership and is the first new treatment for malaria in more than 60 years. The drug is all set to get approvals for use globally fast. . Read more...

Research Says Veg Diet is Good for Gut Health !

23-07-2018   |   374 View(s)

Vegetarian Diet helps to keep the Guts of Indians Healthy. This has emerged from the findings of research by Scientist from Translational Health Science and Technology Institute in Faridabad. The Study by the scientist found that gram-positive bacteria are more populous in the gut of Indians than gram negatives as believed earlier. The Researchers also found that the diversity of the microbiome was the highest among Indians from rural areas follo. Read more...

5 Healthcare Technology Trends expected to Take off in a Big way !

20-07-2018   |   334 View(s)

Healthcare is one domain which is seeing a lot of activity and has evoked a lot of interest from not just individuals but companies from around the World. Billion and Billions of Dollars are being spent on innovations and research worldwide to make Healthcare Delivery within easy reach and much more affordable. You can very well expect Technology to play a significant role in the way Healthcare is delivered and here are the 5 Healthcare Technolog. Read more...

Johnson and Johnson Baby Powder Can Cause Ovarian Cancer, claims the jury

18-07-2018   |   489 View(s)

The famous brand Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has been ordered by a US court to pay a total of US $4.7-billion in damages to 22 women who alleged that the Johnson  & Johnson talc-based products caused them to develop ovarian cancer. The court verdict against Johnson &Johnson came after the company was implicated in a total of 9 000 cases linked with the same talc powder product. The trial involved 22 women, who stated that J&. Read more...

SHOCKING! World’s First Ever 3D Colour X-Ray Performed on a Human using CERN Technology!

13-07-2018   |   269 View(s)

Thanks to New Zealand scientists, now the world's first ever colour X-Ray has been performed on a human. New Zealand scientists have performed the first-ever 3-D, colour X-ray on a human, using a breakthrough colour medical scanner based on the Medipix3 technology developed at CERN. This is a specialised technique that assures to improve the field of medical diagnostics. This technique is said to produce clearer and more accurate pictures that. Read more...

Study Reveals Diabetics can be more prone to Lung Disease

12-07-2018   |   408 View(s)

According to a recent Study published in the Journal Respiration, it has been found that People with Type-2 Diabetes may be at more risk of developing Restrictive Lung Disease (RLD) characterized by breathlessness, than non-diabetic patients. The lead author Stefan Koph from the University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany says that "Increased breathlessness, interstitial lung anomalies and RLD can be associated with Type-2 diabetes. It is therefore s. Read more...

Burari Mass-Suicide: Did Lalit’s hallucination kill his entire family?

03-07-2018   |   608 View(s)

Was it a murder, occult-practice, or mass-suicide? With shocking revelations each day, the Delhi's case of mass-suicide in Burari is becoming complicated day by day. Delhi woke up to shock and horror when 11 people were found dead in North Delhi’s Burari on Sunday morning. Ten bodies were found hanging in the hallway of the house, while the body of a 75-year-old woman was found on the floor. Among the deceased were seven women, two men, a. Read more...

Dr Ravi P Singh Honoured by United States Senate

08-05-2018   |   1150 View(s)

It is a matter of great pride that Dr Ravi P Singh-A highly reputed Doctor on our Board of Advisors has been honoured by the United States Senate in appreciation of the wonderful Medical Care rendered over the years. . Read more...