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Vyapam Scam: Two doctors booked in ‘fake domicile’ case

Vyapam Scam: Two doctors booked in ‘fake domicile’ case

Duo secured admission in GMC, Bhopal using fake domicile certificate from Rewa

Budget 2020: Doctors pleased but expected focus on mental health, TB

Budget 2020: Doctors pleased but expected focus on mental health, TB

Mumbai: Does the healthcare budget meet your expectations?I expected an announcement of a revision in the Ayushman Bharat package this ye...Read More

Budget 2020: Doctors welcome hike in health allocation

Budget 2020: Doctors welcome hike in health allocation

Mumbai: City doctors offered a mixed prognosis on the health budget 2020 announced on Friday by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. Whil...Read More

Indore: Over 800 doctors take part in 22 skill-based training programmes

Indore: Over 800 doctors take part in 22 skill-based training programmes

IAP’s Pedicon 2020 pre-inaugural event.

Indore: Docs arrive late, specially-abled harried

Indore: Docs arrive late, specially-abled harried

Indore Civil surgeon waiting for complaint to act.

Yo-yo weather causes spurt in common cold, ailments

Yo-yo weather causes spurt in common cold, ailments

Doctors claim that there has been a 20-30 per cent rise in the number of patients visiting the outpatient departments

UK: Fast-track visa for doctors on anvil

UK: Fast-track visa for doctors on anvil

London: Britain's Indian-origin Home Secretary Priti Patel has hit the general election campaign trail with a promise to make it easier f...Read More

Indore: Docs worried over excessive use of antibiotics

Indore: Docs worried over excessive use of antibiotics

Indian Academy of Pediatrics annual conference from Nov 7. Madhya Pradesh Pediatric Association completes 50 years.

Bhopal: Doctors of JP Hosp concerned about public urinal near OT

Bhopal: Doctors of JP Hosp concerned about public urinal near OT

Administration has asked the doctors to specify the place where the public urinal should be shifted.

Spinal woes rose by 25% for corporate workforce: Doctors

Spinal woes rose by 25% for corporate workforce: Doctors

The main attributed reason is poor workplace ergonomics and wrong sitting postures that lead to spinal problems in the longer run.

1 in 5 patients suffer from spine disease, needs surgery: Doctors

1 in 5 patients suffer from spine disease, needs surgery: Doctors

Dr Mihir Bapat, director, NISS said, “Spinal diseases is one of the most feared and common diseases and there is a huge economic, psychol...Read More

11 doctors test positive for dengue in Aurangabad

11 doctors test positive for dengue in Aurangabad

From September this year, dengue has so far claimed the lives of at least seven persons in the city, they said.

Bhopal: Doctors continue protest, demand removal of dean

Bhopal: Doctors continue protest, demand removal of dean

On Saturday following the information of harassment the doctors started a protest which lasted till 2 am on Sunday night and in morning t...Read More

Chidambaram: Doctors in question obtained from wife, son

Chidambaram: Doctors in question obtained from wife, son

In an affidavit filed before Justice Suresh Kumar Kait, Chidambaram's counsel said that "the said documents have been obtained by the pet...Read More

Breaking news into kid-sized bytes

Breaking news into kid-sized bytes

To counter these growing problems and help restore the reading habit in children, a communications expert in Mumbai has come up with a kn...Read More

Doctors hail e-cigarettes ban, traders in shock

Doctors hail e-cigarettes ban, traders in shock

New Delhi: With the Union Cabinet directing a blanket ban on e-cigarettes in the country with complete suspension of their manufacturing,...Read More

Doctors use traction rod and a doll to fix 11-month-old girl's fracture

Doctors use traction rod and a doll to fix 11-month-old girl's fracture

Doctors are treating an 11-month-old girl in a unique way for a fracture, which the girl suffered after she fell off the bed at her resid...Read More

Eight skulls on the table: Forensic doctors’ skills put to the test

Eight skulls on the table: Forensic doctors’ skills put to the test

Currently, the forensic department of the King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital has received eight skulls for facial reconstruction, of whi...Read More

Doctors can help parents talk with their children about sex

Doctors can help parents talk with their children about sex

Results published in the journal JAMA Network Open suggest that doctors have an opportunity to help parents and teens communicate about s...Read More

Protect yourself from leptospirosis: Doctors

Protect yourself from leptospirosis: Doctors

People who venture into the flooded areas are more prone to leptospirosis. The disease is a common infection caused due to a bacteria cal...Read More

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