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Are you eating right? 10 interesting facts on food safety highlighted by WHO

In coming times, the great majority of people will experience a food or water borne disease at some point in their lives. This highlights...

Is your food safe? Food contamination root cause of more than 200 diseases

By Newsgram Staff Writer The WHO will celebrate World Health Day on April 7 as a day dedicated to food safety this year. It will throw...

Ayurvedic treatment: Ashwagandha powder can help ‘cure’ rheumatoid arthritis, says AIIMS research

By Newsgram Staff Writer Certain Ayurvedic formulations have been found effective in treating rheumatoid arthritis (RA), a study conducted by AIIMS doctors  suggested. AIIMS doctors said Ashwagandha...

Is Ebola curable? New vaccine evokes robust antibody responses

By Newsgram Staff Writer There's good news in the area of Ebola prevention. A preliminary human trial has found an experimental Ebola vaccine safe and...

This woman has survived major tumours and is still fighting the rare Von Hippel-Lindau disease

By Shreya Upadhyaya Have you ever heard of Von Hippel-Lindau? At 35, Payel Bhattacharya has already endured eight major surgeries including a liver transplant and...

Chinese scientists develop Ebola vaccine; new drug found safe in early human trials

By Newsgram Staff Writer Scientist of the Beijing Institute of Biotechnology and the Tianjin Can Sino Biotechnology, have developed a new Ebola virus vaccine which...

Next big step in the medicine world: Mini human heart developed in a lab by an Indian -origin scientist

By Newsgram Staff Writers Human heart has been replicated under laboratory environment by Anurag Mathur, an Indian-origin scientist with the University of California at Berkeley....

Indian-origin scientist Ravi Majeti, turns cancer cells into harmless cells

By Anurag Paul An Indian-origin researcher at the Stanford University in the US has found a method that can cause dangerous leukemia cells to mature...

What Modi government is doing to promote Homoeopathic system of medicine

By Newsgram Staff Writer The Indian government has allocated a package of Rs. 58 crore for promoting research work in the field of Homoepathy. The...

Yoga and Naturopathy expansion plan initiated by the government

By Newsgram Staff Writer The government of India has made a blue-print for the expansion of Yoga and Naturopathy in the country.  Shripad Yesso Naik,...

Now, AIIMS patients can book OPD appointments via App

By Newsgram Staff Writer In a first for hospitals in India, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences is all set to launch an Android...

Are you safe? Swine Flu virus mutates in India, becomes more lethal, says MIT study

By Newsgram Staff Writer The deadly swine flu virus has become even more lethal in India as it has mutated, a report by two Indian-...

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Patients who have recovered from COVID-19 can again get infected by the virus once the antibodies of the viral disease start depleting, the Indian...

International Chef Day a Low-Key Event Due to Pandemic

The International Chef Day is observed on October 20, but this year, the celebrations here were muted as chefs are facing a torrid time...

Coffee Before Breakfast May Increase Diabetes Risk

If you're taking coffee before breakfast, read this carefully. Researchers have found that drinking coffee first thing can have a negative effect on blood...