Medicines

Enough medicine stocks available, avoid panic buying: AICDA

Enough medicine stocks available, avoid panic buying: AICDA

There is sufficient stock of medicines in the country and people should not indulge in panic buying amid the coronavirus outbreak, said A...Read More

Essential items tougher to come by as stores run out of groceries and medicines amid coronavirus lockdown

Essential items tougher to come by as stores run out of groceries and medicines amid coronavirus lockdown

What and how essential are 'essentials' that are not listed in the government's list of essentials? Well, most of the essential items tha...Read More

Coronavirus Outbreak: Can anti-parasite drug Ivermectin kill COVID-19? Know more

Coronavirus Outbreak: Can anti-parasite drug Ivermectin kill COVID-19? Know more

Well, coronavirus has been spreading rapidly worldwide and scientists, medical experts, phamaceutical companies have been researching to ...Read More

No shortage of medicines for coronavirus treatment: Madhya Pradesh Public Health Service Corporation Limited

No shortage of medicines for coronavirus treatment: Madhya Pradesh Public Health Service Corporation Limited

Export of 26 active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and formulations require licence from the directorate general of foreign trade (DGF...Read More

Govt plans to remove price cap on medicines costing less than Rs 5 per dose: Report

Govt plans to remove price cap on medicines costing less than Rs 5 per dose: Report

Medicines costing less than Rs 5 per dose may be removed from price control, allowing manufacturers to raise the prices of these drugs, B...Read More

Guiding Light: Pay attention to moral & social illness

Guiding Light: Pay attention to moral & social illness

Since ancient times, medical profession has been considered as a noble profession, for its members render a valuable service to mankind b...Read More

New edible sensor helps TB patients take their medicines

New edible sensor helps TB patients take their medicines

Los Angeles: An ingestible sensor that allows doctors to remotely monitor patients’ intake of tuberculosis medicine could revolutionise t...Read More

‘Computer kidney’ suggests drink enough water daily

‘Computer kidney’ suggests drink enough water daily

Toronto: Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada have developed a “computer kidney” that can help shed light on impacts of me...Read More

No shortage of medicines in Jammu and Kashmir, says Government

No shortage of medicines in Jammu and Kashmir, says Government

Srinagar: Refuting the claims of medicine shortage in Jammu and Kashmir following the clampdown after the abrogation of Article 370 as "b...Read More

If there is no phone connection for 10 days, so be it: J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik

If there is no phone connection for 10 days, so be it: J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik

Srinagar/New Delhi: Most of the chemist shops remained open in the Kashmir Valley on Sunday as Governor Satya Pal Malik denied any shorta...Read More

Mumbai: Acute shortage of medicines as stocks are being sold to chemists outside hospitals

Mumbai: Acute shortage of medicines as stocks are being sold to chemists outside hospitals

Mumbai: There is an acute shortage of medicines in civic hospitals. Among the important medicines currently out of stock are insulin, ant...Read More

Delhi HC refuses to vacate stay on online sale of medicines

Delhi HC refuses to vacate stay on online sale of medicines

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today refused to vacate the stay on sale of drugs and prescription medicines by online pharmacies.

European Commission okays Mylan, Biocon’s biosimilar of cancer drug

European Commission okays Mylan, Biocon’s biosimilar of cancer drug

New Delhi: Biotechnology major Biocon on Wednesday said the European Commission has approved and granted marketing authorisation to its b...Read More

Mumbai: 2-year BMC medical stock used up in just one year

Mumbai: 2-year BMC medical stock used up in just one year

Mumbai: Civic hospitals have declared that they do not have ‘enough stock’ of medicines. They seem to have used up a two-year stock of Rs...Read More

Kerala Floods: Playing havoc in God’s own land

Kerala Floods: Playing havoc in God’s own land

“God’s own land” seems to have been let down by God these days. Even as funds, medicines and food items are pouring from all parts of the...Read More

Anandi Gopal Joshi: 10 facts you need to know about India’s first female doctor

Anandi Gopal Joshi: 10 facts you need to know about India’s first female doctor

Back in the old days, Indian women had very few privileges. They had no rights and had to struggle for even the most basic human rights s...Read More

Pharma giant Glaxo acquire Novartis’s 37 percent shares for $13 billion

Pharma giant Glaxo acquire Novartis’s 37 percent shares for $13 billion

Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline Plc is buying 37 percent stakes of the other giant company Novartis. The company bought the shares f...Read More

Mumbai: Indians lack access to essential drugs; claims research studies

Mumbai: Indians lack access to essential drugs; claims research studies

Mumbai: A research study claims that Indians lack access to essential medicines despite the government approving thousands of drugs to en...Read More

Mumbai: Doctors want govt to penalise pharmacies and people who buy medicines without prescription

Mumbai: Doctors want govt to penalise pharmacies and people who buy medicines without prescription

Mumbai: It is unfortunate that the practice of self-medication, or taking medicine without a doctor’s prescription is exceedingly common....Read More

Indore: Nature has no-drug remedies for diseases trusted by even doctors: Janak

Indore: Nature has no-drug remedies for diseases trusted by even doctors: Janak

Indore: “Be it meditating on a mountain or smelling the roses in garden, one, who lives in sync with it, can always experience the healin...Read More

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