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Will Automated Medicine Dispenser be the answer for inadequate health infrastructure?

By Nithin Sridhar India, with around 121 crore population (2011 census), is suffering from a huge inadequacy in health infrastructure. According to population norms for setting...

Medical ATMs: Machines to dispense free medicine in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh: With state health department planning to introduce automated medicine dispensing machines, a sea change is expected to be seen in the medicine distribution...

Group of US based doctors in India to promote veganism, better way of life

New Delhi: A lot of Hollywood actors were already doing it but when, closer to home, Bollywood icon Aamir Khan recently announced his plans...

2.4 billion people still have no access to sanitation facilities: WHO

United Nations: Some 2.4 billion people -- one out of every three inhabitants of the planet -- still have no access to sanitation facilities,...

Researchers identify two therapeutics that can treat MERS

 New York: In a first, researchers have discovered  therapeutics that have successfully protected and treated  mice infected with the virus that causes the Middle East...

Girls Count: Uprooting patriarchy by recognizing the role of civil society

By Rukma Singh In 1901, there were 3.2 million fewer women than men in India – a hundred years later the deficit increased over 10...

Memory and thinking tests can help in early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease: New Study

New York: Even if symptoms of Alzheimer's disease become apparent in old age, the biological processes that cause the mental decline may begin a...

Selfitis: An obsessive compulsive disorder of taking too many selfies

By NewsGram Staff Writer The American Psychiatric Association (APA) has officially deemed taking selfies as a “mental disorder”. The APA made this classification during its annual...

Protein found in brain may increase risk of stroke, says research

New York: A special protein found in the brain's tiniest blood vessels may increase the risk of stroke, find researchers. The protein called FoxF2 is found...

Modi asks IT professionals to give out more online information about Yoga

New Delhi: Asserting that the world was keen to know about Indian heritage, including yoga, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asked IT...

How to wean kids away from Maggi and other noodles?

New Delhi: So what do you do if your child hankers for noodles, now that Maggi and other brands are under a cloud? Experts...

Yoga: A tool for harmonious existence

By Shonu Nangia As the world celebrates Yoga Day, it is worth revisiting the question, “What is Yoga?” While there are many benefits that accrue...

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By- Khushi Bisht Hinduism, also known as Santana Dharma (Eternal Religion), is believed to be the world's oldest religion. After Islam and Christianity, it has...

Over 90% Of Indians Feel Included In Video Calls; Say It Improves Mental Health

Around 90 percent of respondents feel that video calls have helped them to combat feelings of loneliness amid the pandemic, a report said on...

The History Of Tattoos

BY- JAYA CHOUDHARY In 1991, two German hikers came across a man whose body had been preserved in a glacier for 5000 years. Otzi the...

How Does The Body React When You Are Diagnosed with Covid-19?

By Himani Rathore The recent coronavirus pandemic has taken a severe toll on the mental and physical health of individuals the world over. With its...