Medicine(Search results - 53)
India19, Apr 2020, 1:54 PM
Your attention please! Here’s how Indian Railways is empathetically taking care of citizens during lockdown
Indian Railways is doing its bit in helping the needy citizens by transporting medicines.
India17, Apr 2020, 4:18 PM
While India exports medicine, Pakistan continues to export terror amid coronavirus pandemic
Army Chief General MM Naravane has hit out at Pakistan saying it continues to foment trouble at a time when the world is fighting the pandemic.
India23, Mar 2020, 6:44 PM
Congress leader Oscar Fernandes confesses cow urine helped him cure his cancer, also pays encomiums to Yoga
Congress senior leader Oscar Fernandes has claimed that gaumutra has helped him cure his cancer.
India18, Mar 2020, 7:50 PM
Why Spanish Flu Of 1918 Matters In India's Coronavirus War
The deadly Spanish Flu, which slipped in through a ship of returning soldiers that docked in Bombay in June 1918 destroyed India. Close to 18 million Indians were killed by the deadly influenza, which is more than all the casualties in World War One. According to reports, India lost 6% of its people – more women than men. The 1918 pandemic is said to have claimed anywhere between 50 to 100 million lives world over. Although medical realities are vastly different now, the fact remains that there is still no cure for coronavirus. One must remember that the 1918 flu happened in the pre-antibiotic era and there was not enough medical care for the critically ill. Back then in India, western medicines were not widely accepted and people relied on home remedies.However, separated by a century, there are some striking similarities between the two pandemics and some key lessons India can learn from the 1918 flu. Watch this video to learn more.
World16, Mar 2020, 6:41 PM
In 2015, Bill Gates Predicted World Would Face 'Highly Infectious Virus'
In April 2015 following the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, Bill Gates, had predicted that the world would struggle to cope with a highly infectious virus and also warned about its dangers. Unfortunately, it appears that nobody listened to him then, as the world continues to battle with the coronavirus pandemic. It all happened when Bill Gates participated in a 2015 Ted Talks and revealed his fears of a potential global epidemic. Gates, who has donated 50 million dollars to speed up the development of a coronavirus treatment, had also made an appeal for becoming better prepared to tackle the same. So what did Bill Gates really say in his Ted Talks titled – The Next Outbreak? We’re Not Ready. Watch this video y Sunita Iyer to know more.
World5, Mar 2020, 9:56 PM
Decade-Old Medicine Emerges As Hope For Coronavirus Patients
As coronavirus cases continue to spread around the world, a decade old medicine has reportedly emerged as hope for COVID-19 victims. Some patients infected with the novel coronavirus can develop uncontrolled immune response, leading to potentially life-threatening damage to lung tissue. After seeing promising results in clinical practice, Chinese authorities now recommend Swiss drug maker Roche’s arthritis drug named Actemra to tackle that rampage. Watch this video for more.
India28, Dec 2019, 11:37 AM
Indian Army rescues 1,500 tourists stranded due to snowfall in Sikkim
The Indian Army provided relief including food, shelter, warm clothing and medicines to ensure their safety from weather and high altitude to the tourists in Sikkim
India10, Dec 2019, 9:46 PM
Why Is India Promoting The Traditional Tibetan Medicine System Of Sowa-Rigpa
In this episode of Culture 'Shauk' with Sunita Iyer, let’s take a look at the historical background of Sowa-Rigpa, the traditional Himalayan art of healing and how it’s gained focus in recent times.
Trending7, Dec 2019, 12:17 PM
Virat Kohli doesn't forget, gives Kesrick Williams taste of his own medicine
Virat Kohli replicated the ‘notebook-style’ celebration of West Indies pacer Kesrick Williams during the match between India and the West Indies in Hyderabad. And what a sight it was!
Lifestyle News21, Nov 2019, 12:40 PM
Yoga will help you with better sleep; reduce back pain
Yoga is not only a healthy way of meditating and maintaining overall wellness but can also better an individual's sleep along with limiting their dependence on medicines for back pain and sleep disturbance
India25, Aug 2019, 3:08 PM
Article 370 scrapped: Jammu and Kashmir governor defends blackout of communication lines
Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik has maintained that even though communication lines suffered, it has ensured that there has been no loss of lives and added the supply of essential commodities like medicines was never hurt
India14, Aug 2019, 6:35 PM
Uttar Pradesh woman gets triple talaq for asking husband Rs 30 to buy medicine
A Muslim woman in Uttar Pradesh claimed she was given triple talaq by her husband for asking him Rs 30 to buy medicines. After this incident, the victim has been pushed away from her husband's house, reports say.
Lifestyle News12, Aug 2019, 8:18 PM
Down with fever? Here are five ways to take care before hurrying to the clinic
Suffering from fever? Here are five factors you should be aware of before rushing to the doctor.