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Covid Vaccine Loses 25% Public Trust: Research

The researchers included a question in the 2022 survey, in which participants were asked whether their faith in the vaccine had changed

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Women Entrepreneurs Spurring India's Economic Progress

Dr Chaitra Harsha, MD of Vipragen Biosciences, is making strides in the field of social entrepreneurship and healthcare innovation with her multiple skillsets and cross sectoral exposure

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Heart Disease, Diabetes Cases May Rise By 500 Million In Next 8 Years: WHO Report

WHO chief Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has said that physical activity is very important for the body, but people are not paying attention to their body.

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CHC Rajpur: Crumbling Infrastructure, Lack Of Staff, Sole Hosp For Over 30 Villages

The health centre is about nine to ten kilometres away from the state capital Shimla and has been in a dilapidated condition for more than two decades now

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Mental Health Still A Stigma Between Generations

Mental health issues are becoming common day by day and similarly complicated to get someone known about it

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Now Plug N Play Tech To Kill SARS-CoV and Other Virus

Narsimha Chary, a rural innovator who is known for re-glowing the dead tubelights, after extensive research and experiments, has come up with this technology

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Next On Your Platter Is – Plant-Based Foods

PBFIA's Executive Director, Mr. Sanjay Sethi describes why plant-based foods are going to be the next big thing in the Indian food industry.

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The Big Healthcare Festival

To celebrate, recognise, appreciate and applaud the grit of the frontline responders who remain the first line of defence in medical emergencies, the Mahotsav brought government dignitaries, industry leaders, specialist doctors, thought leaders on a platform to share knowledge and pay tribute to the conviction of Padma Doctors

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RIMS Ranchi Stops Testing Of Chikungunya, Dengue; No Test Kits Available

Patients have to get tested by spending Rs 800 to 1200 in a private test lab

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Need For Nutrition Improvement, Planning Right Eating Habits Crucial, Say Health Experts

Meal planning also enables someone to avoid junk food and encourages a consistent healthy diet

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PM May Announce 'Heal In India', 'Heal By India' Projects On Independence Day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to announce a host of initiatives for the health sector on Independence Day with the highlights being the 'Heal in India' and 'Heal by India' projects and a roadmap to eliminate sickle cell disease by 2047, official sources said

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Monkeypox Can Become Endemic; Here's How It Can Be Stopped In Its Tracks

Since May of this year, more than 26,000 cases of monkeypox have been reported worldwide – prompting the World Health Organisation (WHO) to declare it a public health emergency

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ICAR Developes Indigenous Vaccine For Lumpy Skin Disease

The Centre plans to commercialise this vaccine, developed by the two institutes of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research

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National Medical Commission Opens Doors For Persecuted Minorities From Pak

It has invited applications from such people who have obtained Indian citizenship for the grant of permanent registration to practise modern medicine or allopathy

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Bharat Biotech Expects To Get A Nod For Its Intranasal Covid-19 Vaccine By Aug

The Drug Controller General approved the official trials on the intranasal Covid-19 vaccine and so the company is hopeful of getting regulatory licenses in August.

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