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Health Minister promises 'radical' transformation in <strong>Medical</strong>, Dental Councils

Health Minister promises 'radical' transformation in Medical, Dental Councils

29 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Monday promised a 'radical' transformation in regulatory bodies like the Medical and Dental Councils of India.

Harsh Vardhan,   100 days of Modi government,   Narendra Modi,   dental councils of India,  
Graphene may allow for flexible, low-cost touchscreens: Scientists

Graphene may allow for flexible, low-cost touchscreens: Scientists

29 Sep 2014

London: Graphene-treated nanowires could soon replace current touchscreen technology allowing for more affordable, flexible displays, scientists say.

Graphene,   Touchscreen technology,   Flexible displays,   University of Surrey,   AMBER,   Materials science,   Trinity College,  
New wearable <strong>medical</strong> device monitors heart, skin health

New wearable medical device monitors heart, skin health

25 Sep 2014

Washington: A first-of-its-kind wearable medical device can quickly alert a person if they are having heart trouble or if it is time to apply some skin cream.

Wearable devices,   Wearable medical devices,   Heart problems,   Skin problems,   Yonggang Huang,   Northwestern University,  
Six <strong>medical</strong> <strong>college</strong> hospitals in Uttar Pradesh will be upgraded, says Harsh Vardhan

Six medical college hospitals in Uttar Pradesh will be upgraded, says Harsh Vardhan

25 Aug 2014

Kanpur: Six medical college hospitals in Uttar Pradesh will be modernized and converted into super-speciality facility on the lines of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said in Kanpur.

Harsh Vardhan,   Uttar Pradesh,   medical college,   medical colleges in Uttar Pradesh,   Union Health Minister,   Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana,  
Fresh at <strong>college</strong>? Ensure proper calcium intake

Fresh at college? Ensure proper calcium intake

17 Sep 2014

New York: Girls who are fresh at college must add proper calcium intake to their daily regimen. According to a new study, girls who join college know the benefits of eating healthy foods but lack confidence in their ability to do it, especially when it comes to getting enough calcium.

College student,   College life,   Calcium intake,   Female students,   Female health,   osteoporosis ,  
Try this exercise combo if you are young and overweight

Try this exercise combo if you are young and overweight

23 Sep 2014

Toronto: Combining aerobics with resistance training may be the best exercise for obese teenagers, says a study.

Young,   overweight,   aerobics,   exercise,   counselling,   American Medical Association,  
New 'ZEBRA' bracelet boosts computer security

New 'ZEBRA' bracelet boosts computer security

23 Sep 2014

Washington: Forgot to log out from your computer? A bracelet-based security system ensures no one else uses it.

Computer,   Bracelet-based security system,   Computer security,   ZEBRA,   Dartmouth College,   PC security,  
Omanis opting for India as <strong>medical</strong> tourism destination

Omanis opting for India as medical tourism destination

17 Sep 2014

Dubai: India is fast becoming a favorite destination for Omanis seeking advanced medicare. The number of visas being issued by India to Omanis is witnessing a significant rise.

Oman,   Oman citizen,   Tourism destination,   Medical destination,   Tourist visa,  
Harsh Vardhan assures all help in restoring med facilities in J&K

Harsh Vardhan assures all help in restoring med facilities in J&K

24 Sep 2014

Srinagar: Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Harsh Vardhan assured Jammu and Kashmir government all help in restoring medical care facilities which has suffered a loss of over Rs 150 crore loss due to ravaging floods in the state.

Harsh Vardhan,   restoring,   medical facilities,   J&K,   J&K flood,   natural calamity,   floods,  
Government decides to suspend doctors over alleged leaking of video clips

Government decides to suspend doctors over alleged leaking of video clips

24 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Three doctors who were found guilty in a departmental probe in connection with the alleged leaking out of video clips of a Caesarean section in a Taluk Hospital in Kannur district would be suspended, sources at the Health Minister's office said.

Government,   suspend doctors,   medical staff,   doctors,   Caesarean,   video clip,   leaked clip,  

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