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Seven-member <strong>medical</strong> board to monitor Madan Mitra's health

Seven-member medical board to monitor Madan Mitra's health

22 Dec 2014

Kolkata: A seven-member medical board has been formed at the state-run SSKM Hospital to monitor the health of West Bengal Sports and Transport minister Madan Mitra who was arrested by the CBI in connection with the Saradha scam, hospital officials said.

Madan Mitra health,   SSKM Hospital,   Seven-member medical board,   West Bengal Sports and Transport minister,   CBI,   Saradha scam,  
Government proposes to increase wage ceiling for ESIC

Government proposes to increase wage ceiling for ESIC

22 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Government proposes to increase wage ceiling for availing Employees' State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) benefits under the ESI Act after improving medical services, Lok Sabha was informed on Monday.

wage ceiling,   Employees' State Insurance Corporation,   ESIC benefits,   ESI Act,   medical services,   Lok Sabha,   Labour Minister,   Bandaru Dattatreya,  
AIIMS to provide shelter to patients, relatives in winter

AIIMS to provide shelter to patients, relatives in winter

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With the slump in the temperature and cold winds sweeping across the national capital, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has geared up to provide night shelters to the patients and their relatives who fail to get a bed and have to camp outside the premiere institution.

Temperature,   Cold winds,   All India Institute of Medical Sciences,   AIIMS,   Night shelters,   Patients,   Relatives,  
Railways drops Mamata's <strong>medical</strong> <strong>college</strong> project

Railways drops Mamata's medical college project

01 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Former Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee's ambitious proposal of setting up medical colleges across the country has been dropped, Lok Sabha was told on Monday.

Railway Minister,   Mamata Banerjee,   Medical colleges,   Lok Sabha,   Indian Railways ,  
Sleep deprivation causes cell damage

Sleep deprivation causes cell damage

09 Dec 2014

Washington: Burning the midnight oil may harm you! Sleep deprivation can cause damage to cells, especially in the liver, lung and small intestine, according to a new study.

Sleep deprivation,   cell damage,   Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW),   DNA,   neurology,   cell biology,   neurobiology,   sleep deficiency,  
Punjab minister asks doctors to promote oral hygiene among people

Punjab minister asks doctors to promote oral hygiene among people

19 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: Stressing upon the need to maintain oral hygiene, Punjab Health and Family Welfare Minister Surjit Kumar Jayani on Friday asked doctors to ensure that the people of Punjab have good dental health.

Punjab,   Health and Family Welfare,   Minister Surjit Kumar Jayani,   Punjab Civil Medical Services (PCMS),   oral hygiene,   ,  
Beas tragedy: Andhra Pradesh government to draw up norms on <strong>college</strong> study tours

Beas tragedy: Andhra Pradesh government to draw up norms on college study tours

17 Dec 2014

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh government would set up a three-member committee to prepare a manual listing guidelines for colleges on conducting industrial tours, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said.

Andhra Pradesh government,   N Chandrababu Naidu,   Beas tragedy,   Andhra Pradesh,   TDP ,  
Health care package for BPL families in Assam

Health care package for BPL families in Assam

04 Dec 2014

Guwahati: Assam government would introduce a total health care package for families belonging to Below Poverty Line (BPL), Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said on Thursday.

Tarun Gogoi,   Health care package,   Below Poverty Line (BPL),   Sanjeev Kumar,   Gauhati Medical College,   ,  
Amnesty demands release of Irom Sharmila

Amnesty demands release of Irom Sharmila

16 Dec 2014

Kolkata: Amidst a move by the central government to decriminalise attempt to suicide, international human rights body Amnesty on Tuesday appealed to the government to release Manipur's ' Iron Lady' Irom Sharmila immediately and unconditionally.

Irom Sharmila ,   human rights,   Amnesty,   Iron Lady,   Manipur,   British Medical Association,   World Medical Association,   ,  
Madhya Pradesh faces severe <strong>medical</strong> staff crunch; to recruit through MPPSC

Madhya Pradesh faces severe medical staff crunch; to recruit through MPPSC

15 Dec 2014

Bhopal: Faced with an acute shortage of medical staff, including doctors in state hospitals, the Madhya Pradesh government will recruit 1,271 medicos through the State Public Service Commission.

Madhya Pradesh,   medical recruitment,   Madhya Pradesh State Public Service Commission,   medical staff shortage,   Narottam Mishra,  

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