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Diet Rich In Fat, Sugar Connected To Skin Inflammation

Psoriasis is a common chronic skin condition that generates scales and red patches of skin that are irritating and occasionally painful. Obesity is a risk factor for the onset or progression of psoriasis, according to earlier research.

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Upskilling Healthcare Workforce With India’s G20 Presidency

With India taking over the reins of leadership at G20, this is an opportune time for bringing the need for skilling and upskilling of healthcare workforce to the attention of world leaders.

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ICMR and AYUSH Ministry Sign MoU For Health Research In Integrated Medicine

The MoA also envisages exploring possibility with Ministry of Ayush and ICMR to work on public health research initiatives for addressing diseases of national importance

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Recall Of Getinge's Heart Devices As Most Serious: USFDA

An estimated 4,502 devices were recalled by the Swedish medical equipment maker's unit, Datascope, in the country in January. A communication loss between certain chips may result in an unexpected shutdown of the devices, which are designed to help the heart pump more blood

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Average 6.73% Cost Reduction Of 651 Essential Medicines After Govt Pegs Ceiling Prices

NLEM was amended in September 2022 by the health ministry and it now has a total of 870 drugs. The NPPA noted that the price of 651 essential drugs on an average had deteriorated by 16.62 per cent with the capping of ceiling prices

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Improvement In Aspirational Districts Around Health And Nutrition

Every month, districts are assessed on the basis of monthly progress and the best performing Districts in overall terms and in each of the five sectors identified

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Fully Prepared In Case Of Spike In Covid Cases: Safdarjung Hospital Doctor

Meanwhile, following the increase in covid cases in the national capital, mock drills were conducted in the Delhi hospitals on Sunday to review preparedness. During the drill, arrangements including ambulance, admission facility, emergency services, covid wards, and oxygen and ventilator availabilit

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Mock Drills At Hospitals Soon To Test Covid Preparedness: Health Secretary

India on Thursday recorded 1,300 new covid cases, the highest in the last 140 days

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National Strategy, Roadmap Built To Spur Medical Tourism, Says Govt

According to the Ministry of Tourism, the strategy has identified several pillars including developing a brand for India as a wellness destination, strengthening the ecosystem for medical and wellness tourism, enabling digitalisation by setting up an Online Medical Value Travel (MVT) Portal

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Doctors Protest Against 'Right To Health Bill' In Rajasthan

As the bill is set to be discussed in the Assembly, it received backlash from the doctors running private clinics. They claim it will increase "bureaucratic interference" over them.

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