Doctors at Amor Hospitals observe at least 10% rise in cases since the start of 2020, of diabetics losing interest in sex life fasters
Doctors at Amor Hospitals, a multi-specialty healthcare facility in the city, have observed that there is at least 10% rise in the
Dr. Leenatha Reddy N, Consultant – Paediatrics and Neonatology, Kinder Women’s Hospital and Fertility Centre, Bengaluru
The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic brought with it an uncalled-for fear and uncertainty while causing severe illness in people, irrespective of age and gender. Interestingly, compared to the
adults, in general,
The Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India (OPPI), which represents the research-based pharmaceutical companies, has appointed Mr Vivek Sehgal as its new Director General. Mr Vivek Sehgal takes over from Mr KG Ananthakrishnan who has been with OPPI since 2020.
Vivek has close to three decades of
Innovation, new techniques, and the industry expertise changing the face of Southeast Asia’s healthcare and laboratory industry to headline the event
More than 4,200 attendees and 300 exhibiting companies confirmed for the three-day showcase; 12 conferences confirmed to support the development of the
By Afzal Kamal-Ediror,Medgate Today
Quite relevant topic, as India is at the cusp of becoming MedTech Power courtesy to policies of aatmanirbhar Bharat.
A good MedTech ecosystem being shaped up by emerging MedTech entrepreneurship and start ups must be supported by vigilant and proactive regulatory mechanism to
- The octogenarian had her first incidence of breast cancer 27 years ago
- 1 in every 8 women are prone to breast cancer
Photo Caption- Left to Right - Dr. Iyappan Ponnuswamy, Medical Director, Kauvery Hospital, Dr. Kirti Katherine Kabeer, Consultant, Breast Specialist and Oncoplastic Surgery, Ms. Vasantha
By Reena Rathi- Journalist
Counterfeit medicine is a worldwide problem. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that as much as 30% of the medicines sold in parts of Asia, Africa, and Latin America are counterfeit. In 2011, 64% of anti-malarial drugs sampled in Nigeria were found
Nitin Stephen Abel, Business Leader, Image Guided Therapy, Philips Indian Subcontinent
The evolution of the Indian healthcare ecosystem has been a mixed tale of massive challenges and growing opportunities. While, India, like many developing nations, has a sizeable chunk of population ailing from healthcare issues across
Dr. Pinaki Mahato, Medical Oncologist, HCG Cancer Centre – Vadodara.
The spinal cord, which keeps your body erect, is the backbone for many reasons. It regulates every moment of your body and serves as a communication mechanism that carries nerve signals to the brain back and
Aster currently provides employment to 8290+ professionals in Kerala including doctors and nurses. With the new hospital in Trivandrum expected to add 2000 jobs, Aster would be providing employment to over 10,000 professionals in the State.
This would be Aster’s 7th Hospital in Kerala and