Tamilnadu govt staff set to get bonanza

Chennai: Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami today announced formation of a committee to...... Read More >>

Talk on epic character Bhishmar

Chennai: Writer P N Parasuraman will deliver a talk on epic character Bhishmar as part of '...... Read More >>

Overcoming trauma to become donor

Chennai: It is not easy to take a decision at any point in life but the most difficult must be to...... Read More >>

Aguero stars as Man City sink Monaco in thriller

Manchester: Sergio Aguero starred as Manchester City beat Monaco 5-3 in a breathless and...... Read More >>

Shooters impress new foreign rifle coach

New Delhi: They may not have been setting the stage ablaze in recent times but newly-appointed...... Read More >>




Cells from dead people's eyes may enable blind to see

PTI, Monday, 3rd February 2014
London: Cells taken from the donated eyes of the dead may enable blind people to see the world, a new study has found.

New implanted coils can help lung patients

Washington: A new minimally invasive method that involves the implantation of tiny coils into the lungs can improve exercise ability and quality of life for lung patients, scientists say. ... Read More >>

Yuvi takes cancer fight to college campuses

Mumbai: Zuvius Lifesciences, in association with YouWeCan Foundation and Heyyo Media, is hosting an all-India Cancer Awareness Campaign while engaging with students from various colleges across the country. ... Read More >>

Cartilage developed from stem cells

London, Mar 4 (PTI) Scientists have successfully developed healthy cartilage from embryonic stem cells, a breakthrough that could help treat arthritis patients. Researchers grew and transformed embryonic stem cells into cartilage cells also known as chondrocytes. ... Read More >>

Apollo Speciality Hospitals holds Neuro Oncology symposium

Chennai, Apr 3: Over 100 delegates comprising leading doctors and physicians took part in the Neuro Oncology symposium organised by Apollo Speciality Hospitals here on Thursday to discuss latest trends in management of brain tumors in children. ... Read More >>

`Awareness about diabetes, its impact on vision lacking'

Hyderabad: An estimated 60 million people in India have diabetes, and a six million of them suffer from sight-threatening retinopathy which is a fall-out of the disease, Public Health Foundation of India said in a report. ... Read More >>

US offers USD 5 billion to fight AIDS

Washington: The US has offered to contribute up to USD 5 billion over the next 3 years to fight HIV/AIDS as the rest of world's contributors offer double that amount. ... Read More >>

Friendly colleagues boost your health: Study

Melbourne: Not just the right job, but the relationships with colleagues and the social groups we form at the workplace may be linked to better health and lower burnout, new research has found. ... Read More >>

Tamilnadu faces Yellow Fever threat?

Chennai: With China recording the first cases of Yellow fever in Asia, the threat to India seems to be eminent. Yellow fever is a viral disease, usually found in tropical regions of Africa and the Americas. It principally affects humans and monkeys, and is transmitted via the bite of Aedes mosquito... Read More >>

Alliance of patient groups formed for help

Mumbai: Indian Alliance of Patient Groups (IAPG), an umbrella body of 12 patient groups working in areas of rare disorders and chronic diseases, was today launched here with member groups spread across the country. ... Read More >>


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