NIH-supported study sheds light on the neural mechanisms underlying remission of depression
LV Prasad Eye Institute creates milestone in corneal transplants in rural India Completes 100 transplants in ruralcentre network Hyderabad, April 12, 2019: India is home to half of the world’s blind population. Out of the…
The oral cholera vaccines, donated by Gavi from the Global Cholera Vaccine Stockpile, arrived in Beira on Tuesday 2 April and, within 24 hours, began reaching people in need.
Regional Director for the WHO African Region visits disaster zone
From 2007 to 2017, CDC data show declines in sexual risk behaviors among youth, including fewer currently sexually active high school students. The proportion of high school students who ever had sex decreased from 48% in 2007 to 40% in 2017.
A group of Indian and Australian scientists has developed and tested a mobile application-based system that promises to help doctors and health workers in villages to identify, monitor and manage patients with high blood pressure and heart-related ailments in remote areas.
Scientists review influenza vaccine research progress and opportunities
Tripoli, Libya, 8 April 2019 — The World Health Organization strongly condemned the killing of two doctors who had been providing critically needed services to civilians in Tripoli. “It is unacceptable for health workers to…
According to UNICEF, 7,000 newborn babies died every day in 2017, mostly from preventable and treatable conditions including infections like sepsis. As part of its Every Child Alive Campaign, UNICEF is calling for governments and authorities to make sure every mother and baby have access to affordable, quality care
Attitudes to healthcare differ. Where men and women face the same disease, men often seek health care less than women.
Ms Sangita Reddy inaugurates the ’35th National ISOPARB 2019′! Ms Swati Lakra & Ms Sangita Reddy flag off EndoMarch Doctors, volunteers, join in the ‘EndoMarch’ to raise awareness about endometriosis Hyderabad, March 30th 2019: The…
Health situation in Mozambique, devastation is enormous, says WHO. 1.8 million people in Mozambique need urgent humanitarian assistance.
SBI Life pitches to support Paediatric Cancer
Glaucoma is a condition that causes damage to your eye’s optic nerve and gets worse over time. It’s often linked to a buildup of pressure inside your eye. Glaucoma tends to be inherited and may not show up until later in life.
March 13th, 2019. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections and hospitalizations after hospital discharge were reduced by 30 percent in patients known to carry the bacteria on their body by a treatment that cleansed the bacteria…
The Question Builder app, available at no charge for smartphones, tablets, and laptop computers on iTunes and Google Play, helps patients prepare and organize questions and other helpful information prior to medical visits.
Consider Glaucoma not just as a disease but as a way of life & be positive
WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus reiterates commitment to Ebola response despite another attack
Currently, comparable 40 cell Refreshable Braille Devices cost on an average Rs. 1.78 lakh making them expensive for users even in high-income countries while being completely unaffordable for those in countries like India.
Washington. 09th March. A new study finds vitamin D may be protective among asthmatic obese children living in urban environments with high indoor air pollution. The study out of John Hopkins University School of Medicine,…