Yoga's benefits are precious in today's dangerous and divided world: UN Secretary General

New Delhi |Wednesday, 2023 11:21:18 AM IST

United Nations Secretary General António Guterres on the eve of International Day of Yoga said that benefits of this ancient practice (Yoga) are precious in today's dangerous and divided world.

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Beds, wards reserved for heat stroke patients in UP

Lucknow |Wednesday, 2023 11:21:21 AM IST

Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak has asked the CMOs and CMSs of all government hospitals to reserve 10-15 beds in the emergency departments and create separate wards for patients suf

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Int'l Yoga Day: Surat eyes Guinness Record as 1.25L people set to join session

Surat |Wednesday, 2023 11:21:22 AM IST

As the world gears up to celebrate International Day of Yoga on Wednesday, Surat is set to make history with an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people for a yog

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KGMU runs out of HCV drug stock, patients suffer

Lucknow |Wednesday, 2023 11:21:25 AM IST

With medicines out of stock, patients suffering from the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) who come to King George's Medical University (KGMU) here, hoping to receive free treatment for their condition, are be

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One doctor has 83 hospitals registered in his name in UP

Agra |Wednesday, 2023 11:21:25 AM IST

One doctor has around 83 hospitals registered in his name in Meerut, Kanpur and various other districts of western Uttar Pradesh.

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Make yoga part of your life, says Punjab CM Mann

Jalandhar |Wednesday, 2023 11:21:26 AM IST

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Tuesday performed flexible feats in a mass session with an estimated 15,000 people at the "CM di Yogshala" at the PAP grounds here and asked people to make yoga

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Daily aspirin use linked with anaemia risk in healthy older adults: Study

New York |Wednesday, 2023 11:21:00 AM IST

A daily low-dose usage of aspirin, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug commonly used to relieve headache, reduce swelling or fever may lead to about 20 per cent increased risk of anaemia among healt

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IMA national president calls for protection of health workers

New Delhi |Wednesday, 2023 11:21:28 AM IST

Dr Sharad Agarwal, National President of the Indian Medical Association (IMA), raised concern about the growing instances of violence against doctors and requested the government to bring a law to pro

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Ballia heatwave toll touches 68

Lucknow |Wednesday, 2023 11:21:26 AM IST

With 14 more patients succumbing to heat-related ailments in the last 24 hours, fatalities due to heatwave in Uttar Pardesh's Ballia district has mounted to 68 since June 15.

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Changes in eye may soon help detect Alzheimer's: Study

New Delhi |Tuesday, 2023 12:51:15 PM IST

Detecting Alzheimer's may soon be as easy as spotting changes in cells of the retina of the eye, according to a breakthrough study led by international researchers including one of an Indian origin.

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Screening, awareness on stem cell therapy to help fight sickle cell disease

New Delhi |Tuesday, 2023 12:51:00 PM IST

Implementing comprehensive screening programmes, increasing awareness on stem cell therapy can help patients with sickle cell disease, an inherited blood disorder that affects millions worldwide inclu

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Want to live longer? Immune resilience maybe key, says study

New York |Tuesday, 2023 12:51:07 PM IST

People who tend to preserve immune resilience or the capacity to resist or recover from infections and other sources of inflammatory stress are more likely to live longer, finds a study.

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