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Merck launches mobile primary health, palliative care unit in ...

Merck, a science and technology company, in association with Global Cancer Concern India (GCCI), has launched a mobile primary health, cancer screenin Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago

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The Kota tragedy should be a wake-up call

The deaths in December point to a deeper crisis in the primary health care system editorials Updated: Jan 02, 2020 19:59 IST Hindustan Times Political leaders visit the Kota hospital in which at least 100 infants died in December(A H Zaidi/HT) In December, ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Primary education lays foundation of kids' future, don't ignore it, says UP Gov...

Urging teachers and parents to take care of children’s health along with studies, the governor said, “Health is very important along with studies for overall development of the children.” education Updated: Dec 11, 2019 13:00 IST Press Trust of India ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Few doctors can legally prescribe opioid-addiction drug

(Reuters Health) - Fewer than one in 10 primary care providers in the U.S. can prescribe the opioid-addiction medication buprenorphine, and access is even more scarce in rural counties hardest hit by overdoses, a new study suggests.
 Reuters2 weeks ago

Declining numbers of Americans have a primary care provider

(Reuters Health) - In a little over a decade, the number of patients in the U.S. with primary care providers dropped by 2%, a new study finds.
 Reuters1 month ago Hair care issues may keep some black women from exercising  Reuters2 months ago

A day at a village primary health centre

More rural women are having babies in government hospitals.Facilities have improved, but Bihar, discovers Archana Masih/, has a long way to go in public health. IMAGE: A nurse examines a pregnant woman. Complicated cases are referred to the more equipped referral hospital or the government hospital in the district. Photographs: Archana Masih/ A government ambulance stops outside the primary health centre in Nagra, Bihar. Three women, one of whom is pregnant, step out and ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
Times of India

Chennai corpn to give health centres booster dose

Greater Chennai Corporation is planning to upgrade its health centres and deliver quality medical care near homes. Plans are afoot to conduct basic surgeries, deliveries, and treat non-communicable diseases at primary health centres (PHC) and community health ...
 Times of India1 month ago

What you must know about Dementia

'Dementia is going to be a huge challenge for hospitals, doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, health workers and family members.' Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ "We are looking at 5 to 7 million people with dementia in India," Dr Sridhar Vaitheswaran, consultant psychiatrist and head of the DEMCARES project at the Schizophrenia Research Foundation in Chennai, tells Shobha Warrier/   A report says that people living with dementia has doubled from 1990 to 2016 globally. In ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Trump tweets doctored image of himself as 'Rocky' amid health rumours

United States President Donald Trump on Thursday tweeted a photoshopped image with his face superimposed onto the chiselled and bare-chested body of Rocky Balboa, the fictional boxer essayed by veteran actor Sylvester Stallone. Apparently miffed over media speculation over his sudden visit to a government hospital, Trump in response posted the image taken from the poster of Stallone's 1982 film 'Rocky III'. He, however, did not caption his post. The US President's amusing post left Twitterati ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Ageing parents? How to meet medical expenses

'Children should include their parents in the group health insurance cover provided by the employer at the earliest.''However, the elderly should not depend on it alone and should also buy a personal health cover,' suggests Sanjay Kumar Singh. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/   Health-related problems grow as one enters the sixties. Senior citizens themselves, and their children need to plan for these needs. The planning, in fact, needs to begin from the early fifties. A recent ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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