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  • Karnataka government launches bike ambulance to speed up medical care 4 days ago

    Bengaluru: In the first-of-its-kind in Asia, the Karnataka government has launched a bike ambulance to speed up the medical care. The First Response mobile first aid unit can rush to an accident spot in 5-10 minutes and provide immediate medical aid. The service is operated by trained paramedics who carry...
  • Motorola opens its first Moto Care centre in India March 31, 2015

    New Delhi: Aiming to focus more on customer services, Motorola has launched its first Moto Care flagship centre in India. Located in the heart of Bangalore, this facility will not only let visitors get their hands on Motorola devices, but will also provide customer support. It will showcase products including Moto...
  • Let's Talk Health: All about heart attack and its treatment March 29, 2015

    In this episode of 'Let's Talk Health', health experts discuss all about heart attack and its symptoms and treatment. 'Let's Talk Health' is a new show by CNN-IBN in which each episode talks about how to beat the disease in question with the right diet and exercise, and also demonstrates...
  • Let's Talk Health: How to manage diabetes March 21, 2015

    In this episode of 'Let's Talk Health', health experts discuss all about diabetes and its treatment. 'Let's Talk Health' is a new show by CNN-IBN in which each episode talks about how to beat the disease in question with the right diet and exercise, and also demonstrates how relevant technology...
  • Let's Talk Health: Hypertension - a silent killer March 15, 2015

    In this very first episode of 'Let's Talk Health', health experts discuss all about hypertension and its impact on your health. 'Let's Talk Health' is a new show by CNN-IBN in which each episode talks about how to beat the disease in question with the right diet and exercise, and...
  • 7 quick and easy ways to protect your sensitive skin this Holi March 3, 2015

    New Delhi: If you have sensitive skin and you're wondering if Holi will make your skin worse, go for natural colours, use moisturiser in abundance and do more to protect your skin on the festival of colours, which will be celebrated on Friday. Pankaj Chaturvedi, senior consultant dermatologist at Medlinks clinic,...
  • TRAI asks Vodafone to stop using 'unallocated' 111 for customer care services March 3, 2015

    New Delhi: Sector regulator Trai today directed Vodafone to stop using '111' for offering customer care services, as it violates the national numbering plan, and submit a compliance report by March 10. In a direction to Vodafone, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) said that Department of Telecom had issued...
  • Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew still in intensive care: Statement February 26, 2015

    Singapore: Singapore's first prime minister and the man widely credited with the city-state's economic success, Lee Kuan Yew, is still on mechanical ventilation in an intensive care unit in hospital, the prime minister's office said on Thursday. Lee, who turned 91 last September, was admitted to hospital on February 5 with...
  • Public awareness, better hygiene, medical care can fight swine flu February 23, 2015

    Dr H Sudarshan Ballal, Medical Director & Chairman - Medical Advisory Board, Manipal Health Enterprises While the entire nation is gripped by the concern of Swine Flu, it is to be remembered that a right proportion of awareness, vigilance, public health measures and appropriate medical care can reverse this growing trend....
  • Man holds 2 people hostage at Texas hospital: Sheriff's office January 11, 2015

    Houston: Authorities say a man believed to be the father of a patient has taken at least two people hostage at a hospital near Houston. It was not immediately clear if the man was armed. The Harris County Sheriff's Office said Saturday night it believed the man was a distraught parent...
  • ISRO's unmanned crew module reaches Chennai December 21, 2014

    Chennai: Three days after it was recovered from sea, ISRO's unmanned crew module was brought to Kamarajar Port at Ennore near here on board a Coast Guard ship. Coast Guard ship ICGS Samudra Paheredar brought the three-tonne weighing crew module to the port and it was later shipped to Satish Dhawan...
  • Coast Guard ship recovers ISRO's crew module from sea December 19, 2014

    Chennai: Few hours after ISRO successfully launched GSLV Mk III rocket from Sriharikota, which separated an unmanned crew module at an altitude of around 126 km, an Indian Coast Guard ship recovered the three-tonne weighing module, which had safely descended in the Bay of Bengal off Andaman and Nicobar Islands. A...
  • Brazil legend Pele in special care as condition worsens November 27, 2014

    Brazil football legend Pele has been taken to a special care unit in a Sao Paulo hospital as his condition has worsened. The 74-year-old was admitted to Albert Einstein Hospital in Sao Paulo on Monday with a urinary infection. He underwent surgery for kidney stones on 13 November. The Albert Einstein...
  • Gujarat: Two babies dead, one critical after government's immunisation programme November 14, 2014

    Surendranagar: Highlighting yet another case of poor child health care in the country, two babies have died after being administered medicines at a government-run immunisation programme in Surendranagar in Gujarat. One other baby is also critically ill after the immunisation programme. The babies who lost their lives are twins. The...
  • Children's Day special: Stark reality of child health in India November 14, 2014

    Mumbai: It is Children's Day today. As the nation celebrates the day, there is a need to analyse the real state of affairs that the children in the country face. In a picture that has not been a reassuring one, 13 lakh children die every year in the country...
  • Kerala neurologist Dr Shyam VK takes health care to his patients' home November 10, 2014

    Kollam: Dr Shyam VK, a neurologist from Kollam in Kerala leads the way in health care sector. After finishing his rounds on a hectic day, he visits bed-ridden patients at their homes. The ESI super specialty hospital in Kollam where he works allows him to do house visits every Saturday. One...
  • Beauty Becomes Niche with a 3D Effect October 27, 2014

    New Delhi: Beauty has always been one of society's great obsessions. Since the Ancient Greeks, humans have struggled with an overvaluation of aesthetic appeal. In today's media-saturated world where we are bombarded by images of what we should look like and what we fail to look like, it is worse...
  • Vasundhara Raje clears Pensioners Health Concession Scheme 2014 October 10, 2014

    Jaipur: In Diwali bonanza to retired employees, Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje approved the Pensioners Health Concession Scheme, 2014 to provide medical care in the government-run hospitals and approved private hospitals. The scheme to provide medical and health benefits to lakhs of state pensioners at concessional rates was earlier announced...
  • Two third of Indians want government to provide health care, says Don Baer CEO September 25, 2014

    CEO, Burson Marsteller, Don Baer said in an interview that according to a survey conducted nearly two thirds of Indians and 55 per cent Indian business leaders say that the government should provide health care. "It is opposite in the US," said Don Baer. ...
  • Modi US visit: Healthcare an important debate in both India, US September 25, 2014

    PM Modi is likely to meet US pharma companies and a survey by Burson Marsteller finds that nearly two thirds Indians surveyed feel that the government should provide health care. 55 per cent Indian business leaders feel the same. However, it's the opposite in the US. ...
  • Kashmir's lone maternity care hospital staffers recount flood horrors September 24, 2014

    Srinagar: As the situation in Kashmir's lone maternity care hospital - Lala Ded - is limping towards normalcy, the staffers at the medical centre recount the horrors they confronted when flood waters entered into the premises. It was on the evening of Saturday, September 6, that water from River Jhelum overflowed...
  • Government to launch its most ambitious scheme to reduce infant mortality rate tomorrow September 17, 2014

    New Delhi: The Health Ministry will launch its most ambitious plan to reduce child mortality rate in India on Thursday. According to sources, the government plans to reduce the mortality rate from 29/1000 to single digits. Under the plan, the government plans to provide Vitamin K injection to all new borns...
  • First of its kind online data base for dental care September 14, 2014

    Greater Noida: Information related to data on oral health can now be accessed on a first of its kind online data base for dental care, a release said on Saturday. Launched by the FDI World Dental Federation, a leading international organisation representing the dental profession, 'Data Hub for Global Oral Health'...
  • Miracle baby survives in spite of weighing half a kilogram at birth September 12, 2014

    Bangalore: Baby Syeda who weighed less than half a kilogram at birth has now survived and blossomed into a 4monthold healthy baby weighing 2 kilogram. The baby is set to be taken home by her parents who thank the doctors for their persistent efforts. Syeda was born weighing just 470...
  • US drug patent expiries to benefit Indian pharma industry September 10, 2014

    Mumbai: Expiry of drug patents in the US is great news for not only consumers but also the domestic pharmaceutical industry, where generics account for about 75 per cent of total sales, CARE Ratings said in its report released on Wednesday. Indian pharmaceutical companies have an opportunity to capitalise on the...
  • Visva Bharati sexual assault: Women's panel monitoring medical care September 5, 2014

    Kolkata: Social activists and members of the West Bengal Commission for Women Friday expressed satisfaction after reviewing arrangements for medical treatment of the woman student of Visva Bharati University who was allegedly sexually harassed by three students. The girl, who hails from Sikkim, is undergoing treatment at the Burdwan Medical College...
  • Living it up: How to take care of your skin August 31, 2014

    In this episode of 'Living It Up', experts comment on the connection between healthy skin and a healthy lifestyle. ...
  • Ebola kills 1,500 health care workers August 28, 2014

    There's growing concern about the increasing number of health care workers becoming infected with Ebola. Public health experts say part of the problem is a shortage of protective gear in more remote areas. The Ebola outbreak has killed nearly 1,500 health care workers. ...
  • Jayalalithaa launches 'Amma Baby Care Kit' for newborns in TN government hospitals August 12, 2014

    Chennai: After Amma water, Amma pharmacy and Amma canteen, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa has announced the launch of the 'Amma Baby Care Kit' for newborns in government hospitals. The Rs 1000 kit will have 16 items that include towels, a dress, sanitiser, milk booster, doll, rattle, nail clipper among...
  • Social media in India Healthcare Decoded August 12, 2014

    It is well known that maintaining a healthy rapport with the social media group helps in enhancing your brand, increasing visibility and generating leads. With social media becoming an integral part of our lives today, every prominent healthcare brand in India are becoming very active on social media. To bring...