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Indian Hospitals are using cameras, tags, lasers to curb Baby trafficking and theft

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, September 8, 2017: Hospitals in India are starting to tag newborns, mothers, and medics as well as installing extra security cameras and...

Over 50 Percent Doctors found to have uncontrolled hypertension or high blood pressure (BP) despite taking Hypertensive Medicines: Study

New Delhi, May 16, 2017: More than 50 per cent physicians have been found to have uncontrolled hypertension or high blood pressure (BP) despite...

Are Indian-origin Doctors suspended from practicing by a Foreign Country, forbidden from practicing in India too?

New Delhi, May 11, 2017: The Delhi high court on Tuesday inquired to know if Indian-origin doctors which are suspended from practicing by a foreign...

Indian-American Doctors raise voice regarding Shortage of Physicians in US and Hate Crimes against the Community

WASHINGTON, May 3, 2017: Influential Indian-American doctors will hold a meeting in Washington on Wednesday to push for legislative reforms to address the shortage...

In a Rare Surgery, Doctors cure a Teenager with severe Ligament Damage through mere Stitches at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi

New Delhi, Nov 26, 2016: In a rare surgery, doctors at city-based Safdarjung Hospital on Friday cured a teenager with severe ligament avulsion fracture...

While visiting house of her alleged attacker, Transgender Deedar shot in Pakistan

Islamabad, Sept 11, 2016: A transgender was shot and injured on Saturday in Pakistan's Peshawar city, police said. Police identified the victim as Deedar. Doctors...

Saudi-led Coalition Airstrike hits Hospital in Yemen, kills at least 11 and wounds 19

The bombing targeted a training facility run by Iran-backed Shi'ite Houthi rebels battling the Hadi government The U.N. chief earlier condemned a separate...

Aid suspended in Northern Nigeria by UN after the attack on Convoy

The U.N. children's agency, UNICEF, says an employee and a contractor were injured in the attack and are being treated at a local...

Dr Herbert Needleman: A crusader’s lifelong battle to save children from lead poisoning

In the 1950s, lead was used everywhere- paint, pipes, toys, and gasoline Dr. Needleman used children’s baby teeth to explore the lead levels ...

America celebrates ‘Before I Die I would like to……’ festival

This festival was held in mid-April. People talk about what they would like do before death in this festival. Various art and wall...

Zika Threat: WHO rejects the call to postpone or move Olympics from Rio

Zika virus also is linked to serious birth defects The outbreak began in Brazil a year ago in 2015 Abnormal small heads are...

UK doctor Issam Abuanza joins ISIS; Urges British medics to do the same

Issam Abuanza (37) is the first ever doctor to join the ISIS. He fled UK in 2014 by allegedly leaving his wife and two children behind in...

The three ‘Cardinal Sins’ which have done harm to the ‘MEDICAL PROFESSION’ in India

By Dr J.K Bhutani A practicing doctor's take on the sins of medical profession in India A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court Monday recalled its...

6 Sri Lankan doctors charged by Indian police for carrying out illegal kidney transplants

In January, it was reported that the Indian police had charged six Sri Lankan doctors for carrying out 60 kidney transplants. Six of the eight...

Tobacco products will now come with a new pictorial warning

New Delhi: Nearly 653 doctors and office bearers of medical societies across the country have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to implement the new...

iPads make better tutors than doctors: Study

New preliminary research has found that iPads make better tutors than doctors for patients about to undergo kidney stone removal. The randomized study, presented...

Jharkhand doctors, teachers oppose new leave system

Ranchi: Doctors and teachers in Jharkhand on Sunday protested against the leave system introduced by the state this month. According to the new system, the doctors...

Chandigarh Rally: Modi attacks opposition for parliament fracas, causes disruption for Aam Aadmi

By Newsgram Staff Writer The current imbroglio caused by the opposition in Parliament has now been attributed to “some people’s egos” by Prime Minister Narendra...

The health system is at threat: Doctors sit in protest in Kolkata

By Arnab Mitra Kolkata: Yesterday, doctors were seen protesting in front of the Academy of Fine Arts against their harassment and the government’s unfair decision...

Baby’s first stool can help predict future IQ score

New York: Analysis of a newborn's first stool can alert doctors whether a child is at risk of problems with intelligence and reasoning, new research...

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