All about gall
In this concluding part, ARCHANA JYOTI finds out from the doctors at AIIMS Delhi’s Department of Surgical Disciplines, led by HOD PROF SUNIL CHUMBER, about the types of surgeries, post-operative recovery of the patients with gallstones and how the disease can be significantly prevented through modified lifestyle and diet habits,...
Blood, Breathing & Thoughts21 May 2023 | K Vikram Simha Rao
Too much ultra-processed food linked with depression risk: Study17 May 2023 | PTI
AIIMS DOCS FIX SPINE OF SIX-MONTH-OLD BABY17 May 2023 | Pioneer
AIIA AND CCRAS HOLD INTERACTIVE MEET ON RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN AYUSH14 May 2023 | Pioneer
ALL ABOUT GALL14 May 2023 | Archana Jyoti
Let’s talk about MS07 May 2023 | HEALTH PIONEER
GITAM DENTAL COLLEGE DOCTORS OPERATE COMPLEX LESION FROM ORAL CAVITY OF A CHILD07 May 2023 | HEALTH PIONEER
FREE HEPATITIS B, C VIRAL LOAD TESTING FOR PATIENTS AT PGICH NOIDA
From May 1, Department of Microbiology, PGICH Noida has started free of cost ‘Hepatitis B & C Viral load testing for its patients from GB Nagar and adjoining districts of Uttar Pradesh under the National Viral Hepatitis Control Programme (NVHCP). Head of Department, Microbiology, PGICH Noida, Professor (Dr.) Sumi Nandwani said...
EATING RAW GALLBLADDER OF FISH HARMFUL FOR KIDNEY, WARN DOCTORS
Doctors have warned that consumption of raw gallbladder of any fish can take a toll on the health of your kidney. The warning followed after they investigated Seta Devi, 48, a resident of Ranchi, who was having severe kidney damage. When questioned, she admitted to having consumed the raw gallbladder...
Protein critical to spread of Covid may help develop anti-viral drugs: Researchers
A specific protein, occludin, inside the human body that plays a critical role in the spread of coronavirus from cell to cell after infection, could help in the development of new antiviral drugs in the future, researchers from University of Missouri, US, said in their study published in the journal...
By 2050, half of the world will be nearsighted. More common among children, myopia can have serious consequences, including vision impairment and other eye ailments, thanks to more screens and less time outdoors. Awareness among parents and the target children is the need of the hour, eye experts tell ARCHANA...
Cancer & NCDs: India’s growing healthcare concern
For successful implementation of cancer control programmes, there is a need to create awareness among the general public and train healthcare professionals in diagnosing and referrals of cancer suspects at an early stage to reduce secondary complications. Cancer is one of the emerging major public health issues that affect millions of...
Time to revisit genetic blood disorder guidelines, 2016: stakeholders
As new therapies beyond blood transfusion and iron chelation emerge for the management and treatment of thalassemia, stakeholders in the sector have called for the revisit of the seven-year-old national guidelines with an aim to improve outcomes and overall quality of life of the persons with the genetic blood disorder. Talking...