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Ansal University, India's leading private university, signed a memorandum of understanding with the HCFI
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The practice is beneficial for heart health and helps lower blood pressure, apart from offering other health benefits
62 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Improved doctor-to-patient ratio and better working conditions are imperative
71 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
The WHO has for the first time recognized 'burn-out' in its International Classification of Diseases (ICD) which is widely used as a benchmark for diagnosis and health insurers.
86 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
A balanced lifestyle can keep both physical and mental health in good shape
65 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Avoid exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals and consumption of processed food
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Spectra Eye Hospital offering free counseling session on 1st June 2019, Saturday at, Greater Kailash-1 New Delhi. Counseling to be offered by renowned Ophthalmologist , Dr. Suraj Munjal (founder & CMD of Spectra Eye Hospital).
79 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Statistics indicate that the incidence of skin cancer is about 70% more in Indian men than women.
71 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Drinking adequate water and consumption of food according to the weather are imperative
51 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
The condition is a silent killer and damages other organs over time
74 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Non-smokers with poor oral hygiene have an equal risk of acquiring the condition
82 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Colostrum or the first milk is akin to "liquid gold" and boosts immunity
33 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Sensitizing women in rural areas about the use of contraceptives and safe delivery is the need of the hour
66 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Proper management and correct use of inhalers are key to prevent attacks
80 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Babies born preterm may stand the risk of developing the condition later in life
67 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
About 7 lakh people die every year due to drug-resistant diseases
64 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
About 32,000 brain cells get damaged with every second of not detecting a stroke early
66 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
People with a family history or heart disease must take precautions early
60 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
India accounts for one-third of all measles deaths worldwide
73 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
First meal of the day should be nutritious while the last one must be early and light
89 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Inadequacy of vitamins and minerals can directly hamper the immune system
124 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Patients must understand that doctors are also humans and not Gods who can save lives under every adverse circumstance
84 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Lower doctor-to-patient ratio is a major cause for burnout among healthcare professionals
75 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Intermittent fasting during Chaitra Navratri can be good for health
79 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Lack of awareness on how to safely terminate a pregnancy can prove detrimental
48 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Even autistic children can excel at some things with the right approach
74 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Precautionary measures and prevention can ensure there are no complications
75 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
A healthy lifestyle adopted early in life builds up cognitive reserve for later life
105 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
Type 2 diabetes may increase the risk of acquiring heart disease
79 views, By Heart Care Foundation of India
With a large ageing population, growing middle-class and chronic nature of the disease, India is on the verge of a dry eye disease epidemic, says the study. The prevalence of dry eye disease will be in about 40% of the urban population by 2030. Since
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Every case must be notified, and treatment provided accordingly

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