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Your Friday Night Health Capsule

17 June 2021:- Venus remedies wins battle against French pharma firm to revoke Indian patent for intravenous paracetamol.17 June 2021:- Abbott launches a new device in India for treating premature ...

Article about 14 hours ago

Covid found to reactivate a dormant bacterial infection

The research was carried out at the Indian Institute of Technology in Guwahati regarding the SARS-CoV-2 virus.As per the result of the research, it was found that the Covid causing virus may have the ...

Article about 15 hours ago

Few more cities to get doses of Sputnik V vaccine

Through the official handle of Sputnik V, it was informed that the vaccine would be available in nine more cities across India, including Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai, Vishakhapatnam, Baddi, Kolhapur, ...

Article about 18 hours ago

New Covid updates from Assam

Assam chief minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma today attended the 5th Cabinet Meeting at Janata Bhawan. The meeting started at 11 AM and ended by 1 PM. Five critical decisions were taken in the ...

Article about 2 days ago

New Covid 19 vaccine Covavax soon to arrive in India

The US-based technology company Novavax has tied up with Serum Institute of India to manufacture its Covid 19 vaccine named COVAVAX.The CEO of Novavax, Stanley Erck, said that this vaccine has 90% ...

Article about 2 days ago

Can Covid affect your brain?: Read here

Till now, we all have realized the fact that Covid 19 is extremely dangerous and affects the functioning of various body parts. Recent research shows that Coronavirus has the capacity to create severe ...

Article about 2 days ago

How do Covid effects our hearing capacity?

There are many complications that one might go through during and after Covid. It can be hair falls, respiratory distress or even difficulty in hearing in some situation.According to researchers, ...

Article about 4 days ago

Tax cut on Covid essentials bring relief to people

The Finance Minister of India, Nirmala Sitharaman, has informed that The Goods and Services Tax Council has lowered the slab on vaccination and other essential items related to Covid-19.This historic ...

Article about 4 days ago

Have you heard of the golden word 'immunity'?

Our immune system is essential for our survival. Without an immune system, our bodies would be open to attack from bacteria, viruses, parasites and more. It is our immune system that keeps us healthy ...

Article about 4 days ago

Medical Advancement In The Field Of Surgery

Renowned surgeon and chief medical director of Swagat Hospital, Dr Subhash Khanna, has bought a new horizon in the field of surgery.Dr Khanna on Friday introduced the 'VERSIUS' Robotic Surgical ...

Article about 5 days ago

Next week, FitNortheast will cater to your needs

Continuing with our effort to bring you the most notable news and information from the healthcare industry, we made deliberate choices in last week's articles to attain our objectives.From the news ...

Article about 6 days ago

Some easy ways to deal with Covid positive patients

It was in the year 2019 when the first case of Covid 19 was detected in China. Since then, it has changed the meanings of human lives. Scientist all around the globe is putting their full efforts to ...

Article about 6 days ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

10 June 2021:- WhiteCoats partners with Simbo.ai to provide voice-enabled patient care.10 June 2021:- Assam to ease Covid-19 restrictions from 15 June.10 June 2021:- ICMR gives the nod to Meril for ...

Article about 8 days ago

Attack on senior doctor in Majuligarh Tea Estate

Amid the Covid pandemic, another news of the attack on the doctor has arrived. This time, the victim is an 81-year-old medical officer, Dr Basanta Kumar Goswami of the Majuligarh tea garden, who was ...

Article about 8 days ago

Assam gets a new Covid Care Hospital

The Assam Chief Minister, Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma, in the presence of other dignitaries, today inaugurated a Covid Care Hospital at Surusajai.This hospital is built in association with DRDO, Government ...

Article about 9 days ago

Old Age: Sickness and Health care

Old age is one of the most tender stages in humans' life. Having surpassed the strength of their health at this stage, people after the age of sixty years often succumb to untold health ...

Article about 9 days ago

Know how aerosols can damage our lungs

It is remarkably vital for all of us to keep our nose covered all the time as we know that infections, germs and bacteria travel through the air. A good mask provides protection to some extent.As per ...

Article about 10 days ago

Fix prices of vaccinations announced

Regarding the prices of vaccines, the Government has set the maximum price that can be charged by private hospitals while providing the vaccination.The per-dose price of Covishield has been fixed at ...

Article about 10 days ago

World Brain Tumour Day and Covid-19

In the year 2000, the German Brain Tumor Association announced World Brain Tumor Day on June 8. Since then, every year, this day is observed to make people aware of brain tumour.Being a health and ...

Article about 10 days ago

Let us learn how important is sleep for us

Sleep is the paramount substance for the body, which is the primary requirement of a human body to work. A busy schedule and engagement in late-night activities can amount to slack in the health for ...

Article about 11 days ago

In-home isolation? These are the rules for you

We all have been hearing about Covid since it has emerged, but we personally feel the alarm ringing when any of us suffer. After realizing that one has tested positive, the first question is to go to ...

Article about 11 days ago

Vaccination relief for certain groups of people

The Health Department has issued a new SOP to create "NEAR-TO-HOME COVID VACCINATION CENTRES" to ensure vaccination of people of old age and those who are different or specially abled. All ...

Article about 11 days ago

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the nation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed the nation through a televised speech.During the speech, he mentioned that from June 21, the central government would provide free Covid 19 vaccines to all ...

Article about 11 days ago

Vaccination trials for children finally flagged off

After receiving permission from Drug Controller General in India to vaccinate children from the age groups from 2-18, the All India Institute of Medical Science started with a screening programme ...

Article about 12 days ago

Effects on a child brought up in a dysfunctional family

We often come across the phrase, "Children are the pillars of tomorrow" or "Keeping a healthy future for the upcoming generation will be seen as a legacy of the past civilization".These statements ...

Article about 12 days ago

Leading medical college in Assam gets equipped.

In context with the health scenario in Assam, the health care facilities have witnessed an exceptional upliftment within a remarkably brief period of time since its attack by Covid -19 in the last ...

Article about 12 days ago

Coronavirus and lockdown updates

As per a report from the central government, the coronavirus cases on today's date figures to 3,46,759. The country witnessed 2,677 today. Till 8 AM today, India recorded over 1.14 lakh cases in the ...

Article about 12 days ago

With something new, let's make something great together!

At present, where the media landscape is dominated by fake news, trending stories, and a depressing world perspective, Fit Northeast Organisation adheres to the truth to leave the world a better place ...

Article about 13 days ago

Know the most potent tool to defeat the pandemic

Covid 19 has somewhere cause disturbances in all our lives. Even though we all know and realize what is to be done, we nevertheless, at times, miss out on some things. That is because more than our ...

Article about 13 days ago

Chief Minister meets medical officials

In order to discuss several issues relating to doctor's security and welfare, a delegation of the Assam State Branch of Indian Medical Association met Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma at his ...

Article about 13 days ago

Assam Police registers fresh case of assault on a doctor.

Within less than a week of the barbaric attack on Dr Seuj Kumar Senapati, another such news arrives.This time it is from the SK Roy Civil Hospital at Hailakandi, which on May 20, 2020, was transformed ...

Article about 14 days ago

How does the Sputnik V works?

Dr Reddy's laboratory in Hyderabad, India, has sought the approval from Drug Controller General to use Sputnik V in India for emergency use.The Russian Direct Investment Fund partnered with Dr ...

Article about 14 days ago

How to manage pregnancy and breastfeeding during Covid?

Covid has bought an unprecedented time in our livelihood. It has affected people of every age groups, including pregnant women. In India, it has seized more than 18 lakh people, out of which 5% of ...

Article about 14 days ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

03 June 2021:- WHO rules out new 'hybrid' Covid variant in Vietnam: Nikkei.03 June 2021:- Queen's leading major research projects measuring COVID-19 antibody levels in people with cystic ...

Article about 15 days ago

AIIMS starts Covaxin trials on children

As per a report by Prasar Bharati, the clinical trial of Covaxin has started at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Patna.Bharat Biotech International Limited has developed the vaccine in ...

Article about 15 days ago

KITCHEN GARDEN: ORGANIC LIVING AND HEALTH

Gardening has a tremendous impact on both economic life and healthy living. Many people often depend on the vegetables available in the market, unaware of the adverse effect it inflicts on our health. ...

Article about 15 days ago

Hair loss after Covid: There is nothing to worry

Hairfall is a somewhat common problem which almost all of us face in our day to day lives.Some of the significant causes of hair loss are mainly physical and emotional stress. Doctors say that a ...

Article about 15 days ago

Walk-in vaccination programme for media persons

In order to control the spread of the deadly Coronavirus, the Delhi government has started a walk-in-vaccination drive for the media persons. Along with the media persons, their family members will ...

Article about 18 days ago

Relief Riders: a unique initiative

To protect the environment and establish cycling as a mode of recreation, The Guwahati Cycling Community was formed a couple of years ago.On 17th May this year, this particular community ...

Article about 19 days ago

The importance of post-vaccination care

The rapid increase of Covid-19 cases in India has been a principal cause of concern for everyone. People from every sector, coupled with the government, are putting their complete efforts into getting ...

Article about 19 days ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

27 May 2021:- HC allows duty-free import of drug to treat black fungus till Centre decides on the waiver.27 May 2021:- IIT Mandi Study explains C-terminal part of NSP1 Key protein of Covid virus in ...

Article about 21 days ago

Health and Hygiene: Covid englightenment

As we count our losses due to the Covid-19 pandemic from different ends we have also seen at large the proactive initiation of every individual from across the globe. We have understood the worth of ...

Article about 25 days ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

20 May 2021:- Black fungus: Delhi govt to set up dedicated treatment centres in three hospitals.20 May 2021:- Dozee launches MillionICU initiative to upgrade critical-care infrastructure in government ...

Article about 29 days 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

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

13 May 2021:- MoH&FW accepts COVID Working Group's recommendation to increase the gap between two Covishield doses.13 May 2021:- IDMA supports patent waiver for vaccines to ramp up production.13 May ...

Article about 1 month ago

Daily Covid-19 positive cases drop by 26% in Sikkim

Sikkim is in the midst of a runaway second wave of Covid-19  infections and the effects of the partial lockdown in slowing down transmission will still take some more days to reflect in the ...

Article about 1 month ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

06 May 2021:- Covid19: Weekend lockdown in Meghalaya's East Garo Hills from May 7.06 May 2021:- Govt's vaccine purchase plan defocusing pvt hospitals from patient care to vaccine procurement: AoH06 ...

Article about 1 month ago

COVID-19 surge in Arunachal due to complacency

The BJP government at the Centre took the killer virus for granted and allowed Kumbha Mela and engaged in massive campaigns assembly election-bound states.While 9.1 million pilgrims had taken a holy ...

Article about 2 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

30 Apr 2021:- Covid-19: Japan to provide 300 oxygen concentrators, ventilators to India.30 Apr 2021:- Mumbai's Covid-19 positivity rate now below 10 percent: BMC chief IS Chahal.30 Apr 2021:- ...

Article about 2 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

22 Apr 2021:- "Beg, borrow or steal, seems human life is not important for State":HC, pulls up Centre on oxygen scarcity in hospitals for Covid-19 patients.22 Apr 2021:- Triple-mutant 'Bengal ...

Article about 2 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

15 Apr 2021:- Coronavirus: 9 samples of UK mutant strain, 4 double mutant found in Jharkhand.15 Apr 2021:- Processed meats, sugary drinks linked to gut inflammation.13 Apr 2021:- Fourth Covid wave: ...

Article about 2 months ago

Canadian organic skincare line launched in India

Canadian organic skincare line, Refresh Botanicals, announced its launch in India. The brand which was launched in 2017 in Canada, became a household favourite for natural and organic skincare and ...

Article about 2 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

08 Apr 2021:- Massive spike in Assam's COVID-19 count: 195 new cases detected in State, 104 cases from Guwahati only.08 Apr 2021:- Covid-19: Govt allows workplace vaccination from April 11.08 Apr ...

Article about 2 months ago

Right to equal health care facilities for all

Health equality means ensuring that everyone has the chance to be as healthy as possible. It includes ensuring that every person has the opportunity to achieve their best health. Unfortunately, ...

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

Know how seasonal changes affect your skin

As the weather changes, most of us notice changes in the texture and appearance of our skin as well. A shift from dry to oily feeling, increase in skin flare-ups and breakouts are common ...

Article about 3 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

25 Mar 2021:- Hyd scientists develop kit to diagnose Hep C in 30 minutes.25 Mar 2021:- Insurers can sell & renew standard Corona policies.24 Mar 2021:- 81% of 401 Punjab samples test positive for UK ...

Article about 3 months ago

Food-based ingredients to get rid of chapped skin

Spring brings a promise of fresh beginnings. It's time for our skin to breathe new life and cast away thick balms and heavy lotions that we endured over the winter season.While our skin adjusts to ...

Article about 3 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

17 Mar 2021:- External affairs ministry-ICC to organize international-level Northeast India Buyer-Seller Meet on March 22 in Guwahati.17 Mar 2021:- Passengers not wearing marks properly to be ...

Article about 3 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

11 Mar 2021:- Intel-Powered AI solution helps reduce diabetic vision Loss.11 Mar 2021:- Non-invasive liquid biopsy gets CE certification, to help cancer diagnosis.11 Mar 2021:- ICRI and Sardar Bhagwan ...

Article about 3 months ago

Tempting Naga cuisine as a treat to food lovers

The Nagas are an indigenous community consisting of more than 40 tribes residing in parts of Northeast India and Myanmar. There are 14 major Naga tribes residing in Nagaland along with different other ...

Article about 3 months ago

Spring: A season of beauty and love

Spring is one of the best seasons as it signifies the youthful days of our lives and the future that lays ahead for all of us. After the end of the autumn season, comes spring and with it, new leaves ...

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

25 Feb 2021:- COVID-19 oxygen emergency impacting more than half a million people in low- and middle-income countries every day, as demand surges.25 Feb 2021:- Advancements in automation are cutting ...

Article about 4 months ago

Five common myths about organic skincare products

In this day and age, consumers have become more conscious of harmful chemicals hidden in their skincare products. They have even become skeptical of using skincare that wears the claim of being ...

Article about 4 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

18 Feb 2021:- Software tool to diagnose Covid-19 lung infection.18 Feb 2021:- India third on the list of countries with highest cumulative vaccination numbers: Health Ministry.18 Feb 2021:- FIND and ...

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

Just got operated? Feeling bored or anxious?

It is no hidden fact that the pressure, anxiety and stress that one goes through right before undergoing a surgery can be very debilitating. Sometimes failed surgeries can be life ...

Article about 5 months ago

Humanity has indeed triumphed against COVID 19

Yes the year has begun with a greater fervor in prayers and hope. People are pronouncing their gratitude to the Almighty (and very rightly so) for lending us the grit and intellect to devise a vaccine ...

Article about 5 months ago

Vaccination in Sikkim at a glance

Like in the rest of the country, the vaccination programme that kick started in Sikkim on Saturday was supported by the CoWIN app that facilitates online entry of the beneficiaries, individualized ...

Article about 5 months ago

Webinar on mental health of frontline health workers

Sikkim Manipal College of Nursing (SMCON) has recently conducted a national level webinar focusing on impacts of stress during COVID times. One of the most under rated and under discussed aspects ...

Article about 6 months ago

Don't let rejection get you down

Rejection is a part of everyday life. Romance, career and employment avenues, admission to that coveted university…rejection can happen in a hundred other.Unfortunately many people do not possess a ...

Article about 6 months ago

COVAX may curb COVID 19 vaccine hoarding

COVID-19 is a novel virus that emerged from Wuhan City of China in December 2019 and subsequently devastated the global population by posing unprecedented challenges for primary care workers whose ...

Article about 7 months ago

Let's go with the flow

The upcoming chapters of India's healthcare ecosystem are laced in uncertainty. While on one hand the Prime Minister is taking stock of the preparedness in terms of vaccine roll out on the other hand ...

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

India is the largest provider of generic drugs globally

India enjoys a vital position in the global pharmaceuticals sector. The country also has a large pool of scientists and engineers with a potential to steer the industry ahead to greater heights. ...

Article about 7 months ago

Tribal tattoo art is a career choice too

Tattooing one's body, especially the face, has been an ancient practice of most Naga tribes living in Nagaland and across different parts of India. Essentially a tattoo signifies valor, bravery and ...

Article about 7 months ago

There is always a lot more to health

The definition and parameters of good health are constantly expanding and evolving. So what are the things that facilitate good health? We at Fit Northeast believe in going beyond the straitjacketed ...

Article about 7 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

Nov 05 2020: Masina Heart Institute launches portable Advanced Cardiac Care Unit.Nov 04 2020: WHO publishes series of profiles on climate change and health in island states.Nov 04 2020: NGT committee ...

Article about 8 months ago

It is definitely wise to invest in good health

Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise: taking cues from this timeless adage the health conscious and healthcare providers and experts have indeed reflected and ...

Article about 8 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

Oct 29: West Bengal Government asks medical establishments to send a list of workers to be given COVID 19 vaccineOct 29: Japan's Shionogi readies COVID 19 vaccine for December trialOct 29:  ...

Article about 8 months ago

We turn onto another page of wellness... again

The week that passed by had a clear high for Fit NorthEast  as our readership grew almost geometrically. We had some exclusive articles: one that explored the multiple dynamics in the domain of ...

Article about 8 months ago

Your Friday Night Health Capsule

Oct 22 2020:- A portable tabletop machine that can diagnose COVID-19 within an hour has been developed by researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur.Oct 21 2020:- Tripura: ...

Article about 8 months ago

Your Saturday Night Health Capsule

October 17, 2020: The Assam Government has decided to reopen schools and colleges in the state from 2 November in a phased manner and under strict guidelines issued by the Union Health MinistryOct 15, ...

Article about 8 months ago

Shades that make the white coats

House of Doctors, a book authored by Dr Tripti Sharan a senior gynaecologist based in New Delhi is a riveting account of the various dynamics which characterize the academic years that precede the ...

Review about 9 months ago

Nagaland rises to the pandemic, with dignity of labour

Nagaland often referred to as 'Land of Festivals' is unique in terms of her culture and traditions. The essentially very hard working and honest Naga people harbor a lot of love and pride for their ...

Article about 9 months ago

Recovered from COVID? How near can you get to people?

When is it safe again to be near someone who has had COVID-19? This is a question that is on everyone's mind today. Like other infectious diseases, recovery time can vary from person to person. ...

Article about 9 months ago

Mind your mask

Facemasks are a mandatory accessory today in terms of the precautionary measures against coronavirus. Medical experts say that face masks help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by providing a barrier to ...

Article about 9 months ago

Editor's Note

Last week had a diverse array of articles that directly and indirectly raised concerns and questions on the existing state of affairs within healthcare. From Tripura's High Court inquiry into the ...

Article about 9 months ago

Hobbies have benefits for a sound mind

A hobby is not just a leisure pastime. It is an activity that gives very telling cues about a person's psyche and aptitude. You might wonder why we are talking about hobbies in a health news and ...

Article about 9 months ago

Mind your body for better living

It has been proven medically that yogic practice that includes breath regulation boosts body immunity and releases stress and tension from the nervous system. This in turn enhances a person's ability ...

Article about 9 months ago

Preventive healthcare is not about popping pills

In the bygone era, there was a pronounced sense of complacency as far as age related diseases were concerned. To many, death was seen as a just and a natural phenomenon where man has no control. Today ...

Article about 9 months ago

Ushering a new chapter in healthcare for North East India

As the world grapples with an unprecedented pandemic a slew of questions crowd the minds of people. Will COVID 19 recede on its own and die a natural death? Will people acquire herd immunity that will ...

Article about 9 months ago

Can you trust your health news on the Internet?

The 21st century is an era of all pervading technology and the internet. The internet is used for almost everything. Incidentally, the percentage of people watching online news is greater than the ...

Article about 9 months ago

A home environment for asymptomatic patients

In the first half of July, the State Government allowed asymptomatic COVID-19 patients to recuperate through home quarantine subject to certain conditions. Announcing this decision, the State Health ...

Article about 10 months ago