In a bid to provide regulation and maintenance of standards of education and practice of allied and healthcare professionals, a new bill that seeks to maintain standards in the training and education
One in three of all the young men in China will eventually be killed by tobacco, unless a substantial proportion stop smoking, according to new research published in the Lancet.
In a significant development, researchers have identified a new heart-attack test that could identify two thirds of patients at very low risk of heart attack in the emergency department. Doctors say t
Despite intervention at the highest level of the ministry of external affairs (MEA), most embassies and foreign missions are not allowing access to civic agencies for checking mosquito breeding in the
Concerted efforts of the government towards its fight against Japanese Encephalitis and Acute Encephalitis Syndrome have started yielding results.
Its official now: the larger pictorial warnings on tobacco products will come into force from April 1, 2016.
Given the possible dangers of buying medicines over the Internet, the government is planning a new law to restrict the sale of easily available drugs that could endanger the health of citizens.
After China bombarded the Indian market with its products, it’s now the turn of “made in China” doctors. According to recent data, China is the largest contributor of MBBS doctors in India.
After having benefited world renowned players like Tiger Woods and Cristiano Ronaldo, Vacu-sport — a high performance rehabilitation equipment used for treatment of sports injuries has reached India.
An interesting study on Tuesday revealed that blocking the means of suicide (eg, installing barriers and safety nets) at suicide hotspots like high bridges and cliffs can reduce the number of deaths a