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Nirmal Sharma

Nirmal Sharma
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Nirmal Sharma is a grduate of Delhi University, She holds an M. Com degree. She is deeply interested in health economics. She can be reached at: nirmal2sh@gmail.com
Study shows that a short meditation session betters cognitive skills even in people doing it for the first timeEven a short session of meditation can improve cognitive abilities, including in first timers, researchers from Yale University and Swarthmore College...
Australian study shows quality of treatment women receive is not the same as that of men Women with heart conditions are under-treated, a new study has revealed. Published in today's Medical Journal of Australia, the study of 2898 patients (2183 men, 715...
Secretary AYUSH government of India calls it a "unique achievement" The first diagnostic protocols in Ayurveda in India were launched on Monday in presence of AYUSH secretary Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha. The protocol, developed by Jiva Ayurveda aims at creating a definite...
Ayush secretary Vaid Rajesh Kotecha will launch the diagnostic protocol on Monday India's first diagnostic protocols for Ayurveda are all set to be unveiled next week. Developed by Jiva Ayurveda for four years through a major data analytical project, the protocol...
Health ministry hopes the number of cases notified by the private sector will double Having made non-notification of tuberculosis a punishable offence through a notification earlier this year, health ministry is hoping that the number of TB cases notified by...
Study shows that it is possible to prevent one traffic accident for every 5000 cataract surgeries done in one yearThe world over, traffic accidents are among the biggest killers. And a small medical intervention could make at least some dent...
The move would mean these equipments will have to undergo clinical trials before launch and also print MRPs The drug controller is all set to notify a number of medical equipments including defibrillators and dialysis machines as drugs. While the...
Replacing potatoes or rice with pulses or daal can lower your blood glucose levels by more than 20 per cent A new study by University of Guelph led by Prof. Alison Duncan, Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences, and...
Mamata Banerjee and N Chandrababu Naidu raise their concerns about the National Health Protection Mission While Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s ongoing “dharna” at Raj Bhawan was the elephant in the room at the Niti Ayog governing council meeting on...
New report by WHO flags the huge toll pollution continues to claim despite efforts by governments Nine out of 10 people around the world breathe air containing high levels of pollutants. An estimated 7 million people every year die of...

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