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Here’s Why Professional Indemnity Insurance is a Life Saver for Doctors

Life is precious for all, and everyone does their part to stay healthy. The first thing that comes to mind when people think about...

Indian-origin Doctors in the US Link Bladder Pill to Retinal Damage

A team of Indian-origin doctors in the US has found that a drug widely prescribed for a bladder condition for decades globally, now appears...

Doctors of PGIMER, Chandigarh among Top 10 in Pediatric Critical Care

International journal Pediatric Critical Care Medicine has ranked India among the developed countries for doing randomised controlled trials (RCTs) on the researches by doctors...

Increased Data Entry Workloads Are Pushing USA Doctors Towards Burnout

Technology is changing the healthcare landscape with American doctors now needing to complete more data entry work to account for an array of factors,...

Doctors Feel Blessed on New Heart Health Tools in Apple Watch in India

The medical fraternity on Friday welcomed the arrival of the ECG app and irregular rhythm notification feature on Apple Watch for users in India,...

Delhi Government Struggles to Meet Demands for Beds, Doctors and Equipment in Hospitals

The claims of an improved healthcare sector with mohalla clinics and better public hospitals in Delhi fell short of the mark as data revealed...

Doctors can Help Parents and Teens Communicate about Sex

Parents and teenagers often find it difficult to talk about sex and alcohol, but a new study suggests that doctors can help. Results published in...

Doctor Faces Probe for Prescribing Condoms to Woman Suffering from Stomach Pain

A doctor who allegedly prescribed condom to a woman who was suffering from stomach pain is facing a probe. A class 4-grade woman employee went...

Pakistani Doctors Blame Quacks for Alarming Rise in HIV Cases: Report

The Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) has blamed quack doctors practicing without training and professional certification for an alarming rise in the number of HIV...

The HIV Spread in Pakistan: Government And UN Investigating Causes

Officials in Pakistan and the United Nations are investigating causes of a new outbreak of HIV infections in a southern district where nearly 400...

Ayurveda Brings To You The Science of Natural Cure

BY: Naveen Shukla, Dr Vishal Sharma, Dr Nikhila Venugopal. Nature Care Ayurveda Ayurveda, the offspring of Atharvaveda and appreciated as the fifth Veda is the...

Google Claims Eye Doctors Can Turn More Effective Using AI

As Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to evolve, diagnosing diseases has become faster with greater accuracy. A new study from the Google AI research group...

Paralysis Causing Illness In Children Baffles Doctors

Federal and state health officials are baffled by a mysterious and rare illness that seems to target children, causing paralysis. As of Tuesday, 62 cases...

Heart Attack Patients Get Safer, Faster Lab Scores That Diagnose Diseases

Researchers have developed a simple laboratory score which is safer and faster at diagnosing patients who visit the emergency department with heart attack symptoms. The findings, published in the...

From Radio Signals A Pill Could Tell About Gut Health And Help Doctors

A pill could soon radio signals from inside your gut to help doctors diagnose diseases from ulcers to cancer to inflammation, according to a...

AI Outwits Doctors at Detecting Skin Cancer

An Artificial Intelligence (AI) system has been found to detect skin cancer more accurately than a group of experienced dermatologists from 17 countries around...

Cellphone-based tech could cut lab visits for blood tests

Researchers have developed a cellphone-based blood test This can save visits to doctors The technology is called Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) Researchers have developed...

Heart attacks more common in winter

Think twice if you find alcohol the solution for keeping your body warm during winter. Medical experts caution that, apart from the common cold...

Pentavalent vaccine: Doctors raise red flag

Pentavalent vaccine was introduced in India six years ago It is since then have been a cause of many deaths Doctors want it to...

Ethical Dispute Erupts Over Euthanasia Rules

Euthanasia has always been a controversial topic Belgium is one of the few countries where the practice is allowed However, despite that many...

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