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Mobile tower radiation increasing risk of oral problems

Mobile tower radiation increasing risk of oral problems

Chennai, July 31: Radiation from mobile phone towers could be a reason for increasing oral problems in people, said a doctor at Saveetha Dental College and Hospital here on Wednesday. “The environment plays an important part in the health and oral health. Even the radiation from the cell phone towers…

24×7 Free Ambulance Service in J&K soon-People can dial 102-108 to avail the service

24×7 Free Ambulance Service in J&K soon-People can dial 102-108 to avail the service

SRINAGAR, JULY 30: The State Administrative Council (SAC) which met under the chairmanship of Governor, Satya Pal Malik approved operationalization of the 102-108 Toll Free Ambulance Service in the state. 102-108 free Ambulance Service will provide round the clock transportation to the patients requiring immediate medical care especially critical, Trauma, accidental victims, pregnant…

Advisor Kumar inspects progress of dev works at GMC Anantnag, Nursing College

Advisor Kumar inspects progress of dev works at GMC Anantnag, Nursing College

ANANTNAG, JULY 29: Advisor to Governor, K Vijay Kumar accompanied by Financial Commissioner, Health and Medical Education, Atal Dulloo today visited Anantnag to review the progress of various ongoing works at Government Medical College, Anantnag being constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 139 crore. The Advisor directed the executing…

Kidney stones ruin crypto expert’s lunch with Warren Buffett

Kidney stones ruin crypto expert’s lunch with Warren Buffett

San Francisco, July 24:  The Chinese cryptocurrency whizkid who paid $4.6 million to enjoy lunch with billionaire industrialist Warren Buffett has postponed their meeting in San Francisco blaming kidney stones. Justin Sun, the 28-year old founder of Tron — the 11th largest cryptocurrency with a $1.5 billion market capitalisation —…

Cigarette butts significantly damage plant growth

Cigarette butts significantly damage plant growth

London, July 19: Cigarette butts — the most common form of litter on the planet — significantly reduce plant growth as their presence in the soil affects the germination success and shoot length (the length of the stem), find researchers. The researchers from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) found that the…

Kashmir hospitals flooded with deadly antibiotic resistant bacteria: DAK

Kashmir hospitals flooded with deadly antibiotic resistant bacteria: DAK

Srinagar, July 19: DoctorsAssociation Kashmir (DAK) on Friday said hospitals in Kashmir are flooded with deadly bacteria that are resistant to all antibiotics. “Kashmir hospitals have turned into breeding grounds for resistant microbes endangering the safety of patients,” said DAK President Dr Nisar ul Hassan. “SMHS hospital is harboring bugs like…

Pulwama attack blamed for non-functional of lift services at DH Anantnag

Pulwama attack blamed for non-functional of lift services at DH Anantnag

Srinagar, July 17: The lift service at district hospital Anantnag is yet to see the light of the day even as the work was started seven months ago. The non-functional lift service in the health facility, an associate hospital of the Government Medical College Anantnag, has meant continuous hardships to people,…

Kashmiri-American doctors to launch critical care ambulance service in Valley

Kashmiri-American doctors to launch critical care ambulance service in Valley

Srinagar, July 17: To bring own number of pre-hospital deaths in Valley, a group Kashmiri origin doctors in United States have come together to launch a critical care ambulance services project in Valley. The project on which the medicos have been working for more than two years is being run…

AIIMS At Awantipora Likely To Be Completed By Jan 2025: Govt 

AIIMS At Awantipora Likely To Be Completed By Jan 2025: Govt 

Srinagar, July 16: The two AIIMS, being set up at Awantipora in south Kashmir and Vijaypur in the Jammu province under the Prime Minister’s developmental package for the state are expected to be completed by January 2023 and 2025 respectively. Respondning to a question in Rajya Sabha, the Minister of…

Doctor prefers private practice, keeps patients waiting in MCH Anantnag

Doctor prefers private practice, keeps patients waiting in MCH Anantnag

Medical Superintendent says doctor has been marked absent; matter referred to higher ups; GMC Principal assures action Srinagar, July 10: Patients at particular ward of Maternity and Child hospital Sherbagh were kept awaiting as concerned lady doctor preferred private practice instead of official duty in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district, reports…

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