Indian Health

Commercial vehicles causing pollution banned in Tripura

Pollution is one of the biggest issues in current times; several Government and Non-Government organizations are trying their best to fight with this issue. Last year, Kolkata High Court ordered to replace the public vehicles which were more than 15 years old. Now on same lines, 15-year old commercial vehicles are being banned in Tripura, a bench of the Guwahati ...

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Carctol : Ayurvedic treatment for Cancer

Carctol

With more than 40 years of experience, Jaipur based Dr Nand Lal Tiwari has come up with a new medicine for cancer patients. His new research, Carctol is purely ayurvedic and Dr Tiwari claims it to “the most trusted medicine for better lives” which can be used for the treatment of any form of cancer. Carctol has been fisrt discussed ...

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Pepsi Get Active program : Low Calorie & Less obesity

Diet Pepsi

PEPSI have decided to stop the sell of its sugared beverages in primary and secondary schools by 2012. PEPSI aims to fight against the increasing obesity among the school going children. Pepsi is gearing towards the global campaign of GET ACTIVE programme where they are encouraging towards nutrition education. As per PepsiCo CEO and Chairman Indira Nooyi “We have long ...

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Panalties for Doctors accepting gifts [ MCI ]

MCI (Medical Council of India) has outlined a set of penalties for the doctors who accept cash, credit, gifts from the pharmaceutical companies. Any incentive above Rs 10000 will be penalising the doctors. The MCI has framed a set of penalties detail below – As per the President of MCI, Mr Ketan Desai “doctors were not expected to take any ...

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Brain Washing : A hope to save premature babies

The latest technique in science has given a ray of hope to us. The latest technique – brain washing is being used in UK to save premature babies. As per Professor Andrew Whitelaw at Bristol University, explained: ‘Premature babies are particularly at risk of bleeding because, in the middle of pregnancy, the foetus has many fragile blood vessels in the ...

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Long distance trains to have Free Emergency Medical Services

If you have travelled in long distance Indian trains, I am pretty sure you would have realized the requirement of an Emergency Medical Service in the train, if you dint feel it for yourself may be for a fellow passenger. Consider a train journey which is more than 20 hours long, leave aside someone who isn’t well already before boarding ...

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How Budget has impacted Insurance Plans

Like many other segments, insurance plans do have an impact on Aaam Admee for paying service tax.  Finance Minister Mr. Pranab Mukharjee has proposed to remove service tax which was collected on Insurance schemes except from ones which include FMC which will result in lower premium which is a good news. What is FMC ? FMC stands for Fund Management charges which is charged when there is ...

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Dinesh Puri aims to manufacture affordable pacemakers in India

You would be surprised to know that 85% of the advanced medical devices are imported and no wonder the cost of surgeries, devices and skilled labours tend to get costly. Dinesh Puri who was once the president of Motorola South India is changing this.  He started with his idea of manufacturing medical devices in India itself with small unit and then turned it into a ...

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Ayurveda : A revival in the beauty principles in India

Ayurveda is the oldest for of medicine known to mankind. The term originated from the two Sanskrit words, ‘Ayur’, meaning life, and ‘Veda’, meaning knowledge. Indian cosmetic brand has undergone a drastic change. Shenaz Husain has created an empire on the international beauty market. But now smart entrepreneurs are approaching ahead and creating a good competition for others. They are ...

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Imported Swine Flu Vaccine to hit India in February

Swine Flu Virus so far has infected 28,000 people, and has been the reason for around 1,100 deaths in India. According to the sources the vaccine for Swine Flu will be available in India by the third week of February, and the cost of this vaccine will be somewhere around Rs. 300. Drug Controller General of India S Singh said, ...

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