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Dr Devinder Singh to head Maryland Board of Physicians

Dr Devinder Singh, associate professor, Division of Plastic Surgery, University of Maryland, School of Medicine, has become perhaps the first second-generation Indian American to head a state......

Influential medical group in the US to attend PBD 2014

The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin will attend the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in Delhi with an agenda to develop a plan to bring together NGOs and the government to provide access......

Restless legs cause loss of sleep

One in ten people around the world are unable to sleep at night due to a medical condition, characterised by an uncontrollable urge to move their legs, which can negatively impact patients' quality......

IMA against replacing polio drops with injections

The Indian Medical Association will opposethe government's plan to administer injections for polio pulse immunisation, instead of drops."IMA will opposethe move to administer injections instead of......

NRI doctors want to improve rural medicare

American Association of Physicians of Indian origin in the United States is negotiating an agreement with the Indian government under which it would help improve medicare facilities in rural......

Why medical insurance is a must

Health is wealth. That's old wisdom. We do not know if it is true in today's world. What we do know is that the corollary holds. For, if you lose your health, your treatment can be a major drain on......

World Bank approves $54 mn credit to India

The World Bank has approved a $54 million credit from the International Development Association, its soft loan arm, to India to help improve the quality and safety of food and drugs in the......

Pill for thought: Sweetheart deals that hurt consumers

Preserving competition in the pharmaceutical sector is sure to make a real difference to people's lives, notes Vaibhav Choukse. India is among the world's fastest-growing pharma markets, accounting......

Indian docs, govt launch portal to share healthcare expertise

Indian-origin doctors across the globe have joined hands with the Indian government to launch a web portal for sharing expertise, skills, knowledge and resources with those in need of such services......

Indian, US generic cos launch 'Coalition for Affordable Care'

Indian and US Companies making high quality, low cost generic pharmaceuticals announced the launch of ‘Coalition for Affordable Care’ in Washington on Wednesday. This is to take head on......

'Rahim Chacha' takes final bow two years short of 100

Once hailed as the 'uncrowned king of theatre', Hangal was not very keen to join films but ended up playing roles of the loving father or grandfather and doting servant of Bollywood with elan. He......

Doctor, heal thyself!

The latest episode of Aamir Khan's television show Satyamev Jayate probed into malpractices that some doctors follow, looking at the way they dole out wrong treatments for monetary gains. It has......

Semenya announces return to competition

World 800 metres champion Caster Semenya plans to compete this season even though the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has yet to resolve her gender verification case.South......

Tennis goes high tech to groom future champions

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has gone high-tech in its bid to end Britain's dearth of world class tennis players.The country that hosts the most famous grasscourt tournament, Wimbledon, has......

Injured Owen ruled out of World Cup

England striker Michael Owen has been ruled out for the rest of the World Cup finals with a knee injury, the Football Association said on Wednesday. "It has now been confirmed that the injury will......

World Cup chit-chat: Portugal sweat over Ronaldo's fitness

The Portugal team is in New Jersey in preparation for the FIFA World Cup starting in about a week, but the country is facing problems over Cristiano Ronaldo’s fitness. The FIFA Ballon d'Or......

World Cup chit-chat: Injury puts Van Der Vaart out

Netherlands midfielder Rafael van der Vaart has been ruled out of the World Cup. The experienced international picked up a calf injury at a training camp in Portugal, the Dutch football association......

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samson aseervatham
Q. what are the different kinds of heart diseases?
Samson Aseervatham:  A.  more

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afsa kausar
Q. How many stages are there in Hodgkin's / non Hodgkin's lymphoma?
Afsa Kausar:  A. Some types of heart diseases are:Coronary heart disease (CHD) - Also known as coronary artery disease, it is the most common type of heart disease...... more

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afsa kausar
Q. There are criticisms against Homeopathy coming out in the recent past from few organizations and British Medical Association in England. I wish to share certain views about what is truth behind such criticisms and why they make such criticisms. There is a clear indication that it is result of mere frustration and fear about the spread of Homeopathy around the world especially in England, where Homeopathy has special support from the royal family. These opposing people speak from their incomplete scientific understanding and also with the fear of losing clients and business, Comment
Afsa Kausar:  A. you have already written the truan and the complete truth. if ther anything left which can be written here. by the way, homeopathy is becoming...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/there-are-criticisms-against-homeopathy-coming-out-in-the-re/25006924/answers/20134683

venkatesaldevarajan
Q. We have so many great days,Can't we have a day assigned as HEALTH DAY when all the peoples of the world will have a medical check-up?
Venkatesaldevarajan:  A. Medical ethics died long back. Free medical check up will only be used to canvass the medical business by all an sundries associated with medical profession. more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/we-have-so-many-great-dayscant-we-have-a-day-assigned-as-hea/20134649/answers/17625825

Santiranjan Pal
Q. who is arindam chowdhary>
Santiranjan Pal:  A. Professor Chaudhuri is the Dean, Centre for Economic Research & Advanced Studies at IIPM (The Indian Institute of Planning & Management,...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/who-is-arindam-chowdharygt/17624043/answers/7739472

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Indian diaspora divided over the upcoming Scottish referendum on breaking away from UK

EDINBURGH (Scotland): Not just the Scots but even the Indian diaspora in Scotland are divided over the fate of the historic referendum on Thursday... ...

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Toshiba Adds High-Performance, Ultra-Compact White LEDs in a 3535 Package

IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC)*, a committed leader that collaborates with... ...

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Frost & Sullivan Commends Incisive Surgical for Delivering Superior Customer Value through its Patient-Centric, Cost-Effective INSORB Absorbable Stapler

Comments LONDON, Sept. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the mechanical wound closure market, Frost & Sullivan recognises... ...

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Integral Discusses Current Events

BELLINGHAM, Wash., Sept 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Integral Technologies, Inc. (OTC-BB: ITKG) ("Integral") an emerging lightweighting leader and its... ...

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Born(e) in desperation

India is the hot spot in the internationally-booming surrogacy business but the "baby-manufacturing" industry involves a paradox of desperate... ...

http://www.thestatesman.net/news/77650-born-e-in-desperation.html

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