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Alcohol Consumption after Vaccination

While it is true that old habits die hard, addiction is not just a word but something that has become intertwined with our body, mind, and soul. There is no denying the fact that alcoholics will ...

Article about 8 days ago

State Health Minister visits State Cancer Institute

In order to take stock of the ongoing construction, the Health and Family Welfare Minister Keshab Mahanta visited the State Cancer Institute at the Guwahati Medical College and Hospital on June 10.The ...

Article about 12 days ago

Anti-Covid Oral Drug 2-DG developed by DRDO launched

The Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan along with Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday rolled out the first batch of anti -COVID oral drug 2-DG. This drug is developed by the leading laboratory ...

Article about 1 month ago

Covid-19 and Cancer Care: Here's what you should know

The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has about to collapse the healthcare system of the country. Mortality due to the infection is mostly due to severe injury to the lungs causing respiratory ...

Article about 1 month ago

Some incredible health benefits of pineapple

Pineapple is a healthy fruit that is famous for its tangy taste. It is scientifically known as the Ananas which is originally from South America, where every European explorer gave it the name due to ...

Article about 2 months ago

Some interesting facts about red wine

In recent years, red and white wine have gained huge popularity among people.Red wine is made by crushing and fermenting dark-coloured, whole grapes. Even though people love to have wine, many of ...

Article about 2 months ago

The health alarm: Cancer in Northeast

Among all the health ailment, cancer is the one which is increasing at an alarming rate all around the globe.  India's Northeast is also pretty ahead in the race. Dr. M Krishnatreya, Medical ...

Article about 2 months ago

Good news for Avocado lovers in Northeast

Avocado is a fruit that is native to South-Central Mexico. It took thousands of years to become a global trend.India was no exception to adapt the plantation of this non-commercial fruit, which ...

Article about 3 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

01 Apr 2021:- Pre-pandemic data show 1 in 8 countries spends more on debt than on education, health, and social protection combined: UNICEF.01 Apr 2021:- Stillbirth and maternal death rates rose due ...

Article about 3 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

04 Mar 2021:- EMA starts rolling review of the Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine.04 Mar 2021:- Set guidelines, attribute credit hours for digital CMEs: health experts to med commissions.04 Mar 2021:- ...

Article about 4 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

11 Feb 2021:- Centre mulls introducing 4-day working week in India?11 Feb 2021:- Virus testing M&A fails smell test.11 Feb 2021:- Over 70 lakh vaccinated in India.11 Feb 2021:- Maharashtra gets US FDA ...

Article about 4 months ago

Let's ink a new chapter in healthcare

This is the last editorial of the year and decade and because it is in the domain of healthcare it has volumes to say for obvious reasons. However, I shall focus on the aspects that require immediate ...

Article about 6 months ago

COVID 19 is more dangerous for cancer patients

The COVID 19, an infectious illness caused by a new type of coronavirus, that emerged from Wuhan city of China in December 2019 and declared by the World Health Organization as pandemic on March 11, ...

Article about 6 months ago

All about the benefits of Kinesio Taping

Kinesio Taping (KT) is defined as a rehabilitation technique, which is designed to help/assist the natural healing process of the body. This technique is essentially used by physiotherapists to move ...

Article about 7 months ago

Men do cry and should as much as women

Society conditions men and boys not to cry. However, it has been established that this is unhealthy as men are entitled to vent their emotions as much as women. 'Men do not cry' or 'Crying is for ...

Article about 7 months ago

Cooperative run hospitals are boosting health services

The most important basic human needs are roti (food), kapda (clothes) aur makan (housing). However, the ills of modernization have widened the necessities for every civilized society to include ...

Article about 7 months ago

Importance of sports in health and mental well being

The life and daily routines of many a world renowned sportsman are studied by fans and health organisations with a view to educate people about how careers in sports have a lasting impact on physical ...

Article about 8 months ago

Conscious eating can work magic on your body and mind

In the summer of 2018, I happened to visit one of my nephews in Delhi. He was in his early 30's like me and going through frequent health issues. To be precise, he had liver issues. He was a huge fan ...

Article about 8 months ago

The forgotten diseases and lives

The spread of COVID-19 remains a public health emergency of international concern. Therefore the centre-stage attention that has been accorded to it by hospitals and medical practitioners world over ...

Article about 9 months ago

Lockdown lows

The stringent 14 day lockdown imposed in Kamrup Metro on 28th June that got extended by a week translated to several inconveniences for people. Particularly the people who earn their livelihoods on a ...

Article about 10 months ago

Mushrooms too can keep the doctors away

Why do you think mushroom cultivation makes sense in the context of North East?  Well in the developed countries mushroom cultivation entails skilled and expensive labor and hence they want the ...

Article about 11 months ago