New potential Malaria treatment detected

Scientists have discovered a new molecules that can kill the malaria parasite, paving way for effective treatment for the disease. Using ultra sophisticated computerised modelling tools, researchers were successful in identifying a type of candidate molecules toxic for the pathogen, but not for the infected human red blood cells. The most severe form of malaria … Read more

Third Line Treatment of HIV/AIDS

The first line and second line antiretroviral therapy (ART) is given to HIV/AIDS patients free of cost in all ART Centres across the country presently. The Technical Resource Group on ART on 27th December, 2013 recommended providing third line antiretroviral therapy for HIV/AIDS patients through 10 centres of excellence across the country. The process for … Read more

Cancer prevention – one-third of all cancer cases are preventable

At least one-third of all cancer cases are preventable. Prevention offers the most cost-effective long-term strategy for the control of cancer, says World Health Organization. Followings are various factors which are preventable. 1. Tobacco Tobacco use is the single greatest avoidable risk factor for cancer mortality worldwide, causing an estimated 22% of cancer deaths per … Read more

Medical device approved to treat epilepsy

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved a device to help reduce the frequency of seizures in epilepsy patients who have not responded well to medications. The RNS Stimulator consists of a small neurostimulator implanted within the skull under the scalp. The neurostimulator is connected to one or two wires (called electrodes) that are … Read more

US hospital technician to plead guilty in hepatitis C outbreak

A hospital technician accused of infecting dozens of patients with hepatitis C through tainted needles told investigators he had been stealing drugs for more than a decade and was ‘killing a lot of people,’ according to a plea agreement filed Monday that would send him to prison for 30 to 40 years. David Kwiatkowski, who … Read more

Breast milk bank inaugurated by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata

A modern and sophisticated breast milk bank, stated to be the first in India in the public sector, was inaugurated on Wednesday at the premier state-run SSKM hospital by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. “This is a novel scheme to cater to the basic needs of a child who is just born, but does not get … Read more

Influenza Epidemic – Different Presentations & Homeopathic Medicines

At this time, there are several different viral infections going around. Each infection actually has a slightly different presentation. As you are aware, the number of people ill with some version of viral/bacterial infection is high, much higher than usual. In homeopathy, a pertinent question arises during such epidemics about the genus epidemicus, what remedy … Read more

OraQuick – First home-use HIV kit approved for self-testing

Is there a chance that you may be HIV positive? And are you unlikely to visit a doctor’s office, clinic, hospital or other healthcare setting to be tested? You can now test yourself and get a preliminary (or screening) result in 20-40 minutes—in the privacy of your own home.

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Homoeoapthic medicines are immuno-modulators – a scientific explanation

Homoeopathic Medicine Are Nothing But The Chemical Imaging Of The Drug Substance On The Vehicle ( Milk Sugar, Sugar, Alcohol Or Water) Which Will Be Better Explained By Photochemistry, Which Is Different Of Each Medical Substance In Different Potencies.

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