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    World Food Safety Day 2022: 5 things to follow for safer food, better health

    Today is World Food Safety Day 2022, every year on June 7, this day is commemorated, with the goal of raising awareness about foodborne illnesses and enhancing human health via mindful eating. World Food Safety Day was established by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in 2018 to raise awareness about this critical subject. The theme for World Food Safety Day 2022 is ‘Safer food,...

    World No Tobacco Day: Kick the Killer Habit, Embrace Yoga

    Every year on May 30th, World No Tobacco Day is observed. Not only does tobacco kills 8 Million people every year, the tobacco industry leaves a long trail of destruction on our environment long before tobacco & nicotine products are even sold. This year's No Tobacco Day theme is "Poisoning our Planet." Cigarette smoking, as we all know, is extremely unhealthy and harmful to our...

    World Malaria Day 2022 : How the World Can Halt Malaria?

    World Malaria Day 2022: Today ( 25th of April) is recognised globally as world malaria day, with an motto to raise awareness and prevent this mosquito-bite disease. This year the theme for World Malaria Day is "Harness innovation to reduce the malaria disease burden and save lives". India is amongst the 6 countries that are most prone to malaria and it has been...

    Neoretina Introduces New Two Minute Dilation Free Retina Scan for Diabetics

    Hyderabad, Telangana: Neoretina Eyecare Institute, a pioneer in diabetic retinopathy day-care, and super specialty facility for diabetics’ eye care in Hyderabad, today announced the launch of its new smart “2-minute” retina check-up facility called IRIS, the first of its kind, in the state of Telangana, a totally dilation free service, easing the pain of waiting for hours in clinics. IRIS, is a 4000 square foot...

    India to Invest $250M in AYUSH-WHO Global Center for Traditional Medicine

    AYUSH-WHO has signed a host country agreement to set up WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine in India in Jamnagar, Gujarat, with its interim office at the Institute of Training and Research in Ayurveda (ITRA) in Gujarat. This was announced today by Ayush Ministry and WHO. The Ministry and WHO have signed host country agreement for establishing WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine in India....

    Bharat Biotech, BIOFABRI Ink Pact to Develop Promising TB Vaccine, MTBVAC

    BHARAT BIOTECH and BIOFABRI announced today their partnership to develop, manufacture and distribute a novel TB vaccine, MTBVAC. This partnership will guarantee the supply of TB vaccines in more than 70 countries especially in Southeast Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa with a high TB incidence. Highlights of the Bharat Biotech- BIOFABRI MTBVAC is a global public-private project that will be a milestone in the field of...

    David Bennett Becomes the First Human to Live with Pig Heart

    David Bennet has become the first human to live with pig heart. In an historic heart transplant medical effort, US surgeons have successfully implanted a heart from a genetically modified pig in a 57-year-old man, a pioneering medical effort that could one day help solve the chronic shortage of organ donations. The "historic" intervention took place Friday, the University of Maryland Medical School said in...

    Vera Introduces Revolutionary Emergency Medicine Delivery System

    In the near future, Emergency Medicine Delivery System will be highly technology enabled and will be replaced with intelligent ones. These New Life saving Intelligence systems developed by Vera Smart Healthcare will be able to sense a patient’s health, communicate with care providers and dispense medication at the right time. These new systems are set to revolutionize medical care in a number of ways. With...

    New Omicron Caution raised by African Scientists

    Prominent South African scientists have raised a new omicron caution, saying that it is too soon to say whether the omicron form will only cause moderate disease. In comparison to western countries, South Africa has a low immunisation rate. The true impact of the coronavirus strain is currently difficult to determine because it has mostly affected young people, who are better able to fight off...

    World Diabetes Day 2021: How You Can Make a Difference

    World Diabetes Day 2021 today is a global event for diabetes awareness created by the International Diabetes Federation in 1991. The event has been celebrated annually since then. Today is World Diabetes Day it is a day for people to get together and talk about diabetes, share resources and take steps to make a difference in their lives and the lives of others living with...

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