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New Delhi [India], Feb 16 (ANI): For the first time in India, a national online integration course under Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare will be operational from next week at Safdarjung Hospital here.
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Washington D.C.[USA], Dec 24 (ANI): Antibiotics are overused in up to 50 per cent of patients undergoing common urological procedures, suggests a new study.
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Minneapolis [United States], October 25 (ANI): There have been studies about stress causing the brain to shrink. Now, a latest study claims that the notion of brain volume decreasing owing to stress may be premature.
Updated : 11 months, 3 weeks ago IST
Chennai, New Delhi, Chandigarh [India], Feb 24 (Businesswire India): In the backdrop of the recent National Health Protection Plan announcement, hundreds of surgeons from pediatrics, urology, bariatric are heading to a specialist conference to gain insights from fellow practitioners in thei
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Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Feb. 09 (ANI): The resident doctors of King George's Medical University in Lucknow on Friday claimed that they were facing harassment and verbal abuse in the hospital campus.
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Washington D.C. [USA], Dec. 28 (ANI): Exercising twice a week may improve thinking ability and memory in people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), suggests a recent study.
London [UK], December 21 (ANI): A salad a day may keep Dementia away, as a new research suggests that eating vegetable salad every day could help stave-off dementia by boosting memory.
Updated : 1 year, 4 months ago IST
New Delhi [India], Sept 23 (ANI-BusinessWire India): They are stubborn and indecisive, lazy, forgetful, yet interfering. But irrespective of that, they are your men in shining armours whom you would not want to change or exchange for any given reason. Help your men stay the same, pay attenti
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Washington D.C. [USA], Sept. 15 (ANI): Attention Women! Deficiency of vitamin D in your blood may increase the risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), warns a recent study.