Threat of pandemics far from over: Minister Bharati Pawar at G20 meet
Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Bharati Pravin Pawar has said that the threat of pandemics is far from over and called for integrating and strengthening One Health-based surveill
Married men less prone to workplace burnout: Study
Men who are married are less likely to feel burnout at the workplace, suggests a study.
Kannada actress Prema walks the ramp with cancer survivors to spread positivity
Kannada actress Prema took a ramp walk with cancer survivors to spread the message of courage and positivity about beating the dreaded and stigmatised disease in Bengaluru on the occasion of the Natio
Over 1.58 cr people screened under Telangana's eye test programme
More than 1.58 crore people underwent eye tests so far under the second phase of Telangana government's ambitious Kanti Velugu, billed as the world's largest eye screening programme.
Odisha train tragedy: Team of expert doctors to arrive from Delhi
A team of expert doctors along with medical equipment and medicines from New Delhi will reach Odisha to provide quality care to the critically injured in the tragic 3-train accident in Odisha.
Aussie state issues alert for meningococcal disease
Australia's New South Wales Ministry of Health (NSW Health) on Sunday issued a warning over meningococcal disease, urging locals to stay alert for related symptoms, after three cases have been recentl
New combination therapy cuts risk of breast cancer returning by 25%
Adding a novel drug to hormone therapy can help block the return of the most common form of breast cancer by 25 per cent, according to a study.
US to temporarily import Chinese cancer drug to ease shortage
In a bid to ease the ongoing shortage of chemotherapy in the US, the country's Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has allowed for a temporary import of the cancer drug made in China.
New low-cost clip can monitor BP using your smartphone's camera
US engineers have developed a simple, low-cost clip that uses a smartphone's camera and flash to monitor blood pressure at the user's fingertip.
Vegan men considered less suitable for 'masculine jobs': Study
Men who stated their dietary preferences as vegan in their job application were considered less "masculine" and thus are not likely to be hired, according to a study.
Study finds common sleep hormone pill can worsen bowel inflammation
Despite its antioxidant effects and role in regulating sleep cycles, melatonin, popularly known as the "sleep hormone", can worsen inflammation of the intestine and impair the action of gut microbiota
Tribal woman delivers birth in ambulance in Kerala's Idukki
A tribal woman in Kerala's Idukki gave birth to a baby boy in an ambulance on Sunday, while on way to a hospital in Adimali, officials said.
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