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AIIMS surgeons have removed an ice-pick that had pierced a person's lungs, through minimally invasive video-assisted surgery. The ice pick had narrowly missed the 27-year-old's spine and got lodged in his left lung when he was stabbed. Surgeons pulled out...
Between rolling out a largely benign National Health Policy at the start of the year and bringing in Parliament a Bill that would allow Ayush doctors to practice allopathy after a bridge course, the year has not been among...
In the second half of the new year, Canada would have joined only a handful of countries around the world where recreational marijuana is legal. It is significant because votaries of medical marijuana - cannabis used for medical reasons,...
It envisages allowing Ayush doctors to practice modern medicine after clearing a bridge course The National Medical Commission Bill 2017 envisages allowing Ayush doctors to practice modern medicine after clearing a bridge course, a potentially controversial provision that may make...
Cancer patients whose disease has spread to the brain or the central nervous system (CNS) are traditionally excluded from clinical trials of new anti-cancer therapies. However new guidelines from an international, multidisciplinary group published in the journal Lancet Oncology describe...
Researchers, including those from Harvard have zeroed in upon a chemical that can interfere with the propagation of the Tuberculosis bacterium, raising interesting prospects for future TB treatments as the organism develops resistance to commonly used antibiotics. The findings are...
It wasn't quite the Thank God It's Friday moment for McDonalds afficionados as the morning papers bore tidings of a statement from the global fast food chain that it is not safe to eat in some of its outlets...
For every physician who has ever been baffled by a patient’s response - or the lack of it - to an antibiotic, procalcitonin may be the marker to save the day. In February 2017, the United States Food And Drug...
One more reason to get out of the couch and get moving. Exercise it seems is the key not only to a leaner body but also to a more vigorous mind. The American Academy of Neurology has released a guideline that...
There may be very few who have not read that wonderful magic tale about the siblings who had such a gift that whatever they drew became real. Japanese scientists have now made that tale real, raising hopes of a...

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