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Metropolis Healthcare, India’s leading diagnostics service provider, is pleased to announce the launch of the 3rd edition of MedEngage Scholarship program and is now inviting applications from the final year MBBS and MD/DNB students. The last date to apply for this program is 18th January

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With a view to spread relevant knowledge and share dialogues of expertise on the persistent health concerns pertaining to ‘Obesity’ and ‘Overweight’ as well as other related issues that pose major threat to physical wellbeing, PHDCCI conducted a seminar titled: “Obesity the ‘Curse’- How do

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The first of its kind Indian Association of Functional Medicine organized a virtual conference today to promote and spread awareness on the Functional Medicines in India. The Indian Association of Functional Medicine in India, an independent body launched its first conference with the objective of

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Standardization of medical devices nomenclature: By Srinivasa Reddy Director QARA & Govt.Affairs SSI Innovations Pvt. Ltd The nomenclature of medical devices is a coding and naming system used to generically classify and identify all medical devices and related health products. According to different classification and nomenclature systems, there are

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Of India’s 23.5 lac (2.35 million) people living with HIV, only 17.8 lacs (1.78 million) know their status. 13.8 lacs (1.38 million) are on antiretroviral treatment, of which 84% are virally suppressed HIV-1 Viral Load Testing – critical to monitoring HIV viral suppression –

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According to a study published in the Lancet on Friday, the COVID-19 pandemic led to a surge in anxiety and major depressive disorders across the world, particularly among women and young people. The researchers said, children suffered as school closures kept them away from friends, and

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In Uttar Pradesh with two more casuality reported due to dengue, the death count due to the viral fever in the district rose to 60 on Monday, stated officials in Firozabad. Additional Director, Health, Agar Divison, A K Singh stated that a 14-year-old girl died in

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The government on Tuesday cautioned that people roaming in hill stations and markets without following COVID-19-appropriate behaviours can nullify the gains made in the management of the pandemic so far. Stressing that the pandemic was not yet over, an official described the images of large

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There is no scientifically validated evidence to support the theory that the coronavirus leaked from a laboratory in China, and more recent, peer-reviewed studies strongly suggest that the virus evolved in nature, a group of scientists wrote in The Lancet journal. The report published on Monday

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The use of face masks as protection against coronavirus will become a matter of “personal choice” as the UK lifts legal lockdown measures in place later this month, a Cabinet minister said on Sunday. Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick said there will be a move towards greater

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