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Mrs. Tina Ambani celebrates life of a premature baby
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Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital Celebrates Life of a Prema...

In a drive to raise awareness on the challenges and to highlight the medical marvels that make both the mother's and preterm baby's lives better, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital's Centre for Mother & Child conducted a Symposium on Child Birth ... Businessworld India, 1 month ago
DNA India

dna impact: Help pours in for 9-month-old dengue shock syndrome patient

To help baby Priyesh, who is being treated at Kokilaben hospital in Andheri, contact his mother Babita Pathak on +91-8108669571 Priyesh needs albumin injections worth Rs15,000 every day, besides other expensive antibiotics. His father is an ...
 DNA India6 days ago
Mid Day

Interpreters of maladies

It is with remarkable ease that A Waheed discusses the complicated medical case of a young Kuwaiti man who was rendered paralysed post a tragic accident back in his home country, a couple of years ago. He was driving his new car at around 180 km to ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago
The Week

Attention please

E.M.E.R.G.E.N.C.Y. M.E.D.I.C.I.N.E. Fifty-year-old vegetable vendor Rambhor was hit by a speeding vehicle in Azadpur Mandi in Delhi. If he had been in any developed country, paramedics would have started life-saving procedures in the ambulance ...
 The Week2 months ago
Mid Day

Sinus attack forces Shilpa Shetty to skip an award show in Dubai

By The Hitlist Team | Posted 1 hour Severe sinus attack forces actress Shilpa Shetty to skip awards show in Dubai at the last minute Shilpa Shetty was supposed to be part of an awards function in Dubai on Monday night where the likes of ...
 Mid Day1 week ago
Mid Day

Asthmatics most vulnerable to fluctuating mercury: Doctors

Prev By Kartiki Nitin Lawate | Posted 1 hour Say people with chronic respiratory disorders suffer during this time of the year due to constant rise and fall in temperature With the weather blowing hot and cold, literally, number of ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago

1 in every 6 men in city has prostate cancer

Birendra Sen (name changed) is 60 and has already undergone surgery for prostrate cancer twice. The pain and suffering has subsided, but there is little respite for his family. It has been found that his son is now suffering from the same. The case is not ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Dengue scare: Juhu soc turns into net prison

After over 25 cases of dengue and a death, the members of Juhu Tarang society have decided to take the matters in their own hands. A group of 40 people came together on Saturday and started by throwing out over 100 flower and artificial plants pots ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

4 of India's first male quintuplets are now 5

Born to a Mira Road housewife, the 4 boys who battled for life surpassed expectations and now attend a nursery. Five years ago, India's first set of male quintuplets babies were born to Sabira Khan in Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital (KDAH). Of ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

TPA employee booked for cheating insurance cos

hird Party Administrator (TPA) was charged with offences for allegedly duping two health insurance companies to the tune of Rs 3.55 lakh, police said today. An employee of TPA Paramount Health Services, Thane unit Ravindra Kumar Singh was booked for ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
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