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Haryana offers land to Army for medical college in Panchkula
Hindustan Times

Hry govt offers Army to set up medical college in Panchkula

Haryana Government today offered the Indian Army land for setting up of a medical college in Panchkula, near here. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar made the offer to Army Commander, Lt General K J Singh, GOC-in-C Western Command, while presiding ... Business Standard, 5 days ago

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The Freepress Journal

Malpractices in Vyapam; Supreme Court judges differ on penalties on doctors

NEW DELHI: The fate of 634 students, accused of adopting unfair means in getting admissions in Madhya Pradesh Medical colleges through Vyapam, hangs in balance as judges of a Supreme Court bench have differed with one asking them to serve as doctors ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Malpractices in VYPAM; SC differs on penalties  Economic Times2 weeks ago Vyapam scam: SC judge moots service in Army  The Freepress Journal1 week ago SC bench differs on fate of 634 medical students  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

US Army awards Medical College of Wisconsin $6.8M grant for spine safety research: 6 highlights

Here are six highlights: 1. A recent Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins University study revealed one-third of Iraq and Afghanistan medical evacuations between 2004 and 2007 were consequences of spinal, musculoskeletal and connective tissue injuries. ...
 Becker's Spine Review1 week ago
BizTimes Milwaukee

MCW receives $6.8 million grant to study military spinal injuries

The Wauwatosa-based Medical College of Wisconsin today announced it has received a $6.8 million grant from the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command for studying neck, spine and brain injury potential among the military population. The ...
 BizTimes Milwaukee1 week ago

Over 2,000 patients treated at 2 medical camps by Army in Kashmir, Ladakh

Srinagar, May 25 (UNI) Over 2,000 patients, including women and children, were treated and given free medicine at two separate medical camps organised by Army for people living in far flung areas in Kashmir valley and Ladakh region. Defence ...
 United News of India5 days ago

IUB veterinary doctors visit Cholistan

Home National IUB veterinary doctors visit Cholistan Like Our Correspondent Bahawalpur—A medical team of College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Islamia University of Bahawalpur (IUB) visited different areas of Cholistan desert and ...
 Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago

RMACT Collects Over 800 Letters to Tell Congress Why Insurance Coverage for Infertility Treatment is Important, Delivers Them on Capitol Hill

Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT), Fairfield County's leading fertility practice, joined Resolve: The National Infertility Association for Advocacy Day on May 11 in Washington, DC to raise awareness about infertility and the ...
 BioSpace2 weeks ago

Problem-based learning in comparison with lecture-based learning among medical students

( Rehman Medical College, Pakistan. ) Laiyla Shinwari ( Lady Reading Hospital, Peshawar, Pakistan. ) Abstract Objective: To compare performance of medical students exposed to problem-based learning and lecture-based learning. Methods: ...
 JPMA3 days ago

These Are The Top 10 Fittest Cities In America

Home » tips » / no comments The annual report,published by the American College of Sports Medicine, measures health and fitness levels in 50 of the country's major metropolitan areas. Researchers rank the cities by looking at obesity, ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago More Millennials Living At Home Reflects How America Has Changed  HealthMediciNet.com5 days ago The Sleep Revolution by Arianna Huffington  HealthMediciNet.com5 days ago Bedtime Rituals: Training for Sleep  HealthMediciNet.com5 days ago

Tonu's autopsy doctor and family given death threats

Dr Kamda Prasad Saha, who led the medical board assigned to conduct the second autopsy on Victoria Government College student Sohagi Jahan Tonu, has received a death threat. The head of the forensic medicine department of Comilla Medical College ...
 Dhaka Tribune6 days ago
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