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ICPS establishes 24×7 Help Desk at Lal Ded hospital for abandoned babies

ICPS establishes 24×7 Help Desk at Lal Ded hospital for abandoned babies

SRINAGAR, FEBRUARY 20: Jammu Kashmir Integrated Child Protection Scheme (JKICPS) under the guidance of Juvenile Justice Board and Chairmanship of Selection Cum Over Sight Committee Chief, Justice (Retd) Hasnain Masoodi have come up with the first of its kind 24×7 Help Desk at Lal Ded Hospital, Srinagar. This Help Desk would…

From Last 9 Years, Health Department failed to update contact list

From Last 9 Years, Health Department failed to update contact list

Srinagar 19 Feb: The distastefulness and apathy of the health department is evident as the said department haven’t updated the website profile since 2011 and hence resulting in the suffering of the common masses. Kashmir News Bureau research team  found that the numbers on website of the health department  are…

SKIMS doctor association demand suspension of fellow over communal facebook post

SKIMS doctor association demand suspension of fellow over communal facebook post

Srinagar, February 16: Resident Doctor Association SKIMS has urged Director institute to suspend a doctor over his facebook post saying that Kashmir doesn’t need a healing touch but a ‘killing touch. The doctor has been identified as Dr Amit Sharma, DM scholar cardiology at the soura institute. The complaint against…

Govt. Unani Hospital Srinagar organises one day seminar

Govt. Unani Hospital Srinagar organises one day seminar

Srinagar, February 12: Government Unani Hospital in Shalteng area of Srinagar on Tuesday organised a day long seminar on Medical ethics. The programme was held in the conference hall of Unani Hospital Shalteng on the occasion of World Unani Day. The objective of the programme, as per the officials, was…

Swine flu brings more heart attacks, strokes: DAK

Swine flu brings more heart attacks, strokes: DAK

Srinagar, Feb 11: Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Monday said swine flu infection significantly increases the risk of heart attack and stroke.   “If you catch swine flu, you are at an increased risk of having a heart attack or stroke,” said DAK President Dr Nisar ul Hassan.   Quoting…

Medical camp by Motor Vehicle Department Bandipora turns a Flop show

Medical camp by Motor Vehicle Department Bandipora turns a Flop show

Nasir Khuehami Bandipora, February 09: In an embarrassing moment for Motor Vehicle Department Bandipora, a free medical camp organised by department for stakeholders on Saturday turned a ‘flop show’, with Meagre participation at Bandipora. Reports said that (Free medical camp was organized for the stakeholders by Arto office Bandipora but…

First successful child heart valve replacement surgery done in SKIMS

First successful child heart valve replacement surgery done in SKIMS

Srinagar, Feb 6:  Doctors at the Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) in Jammu and Kashmir’s summer capital Srinagar have carried out the first successful child heart valve replacement surgery in the state. A spokesman of the super specialty tertiary care hospital said the cardiovascular and thoracic surgery (CVTS) department of…

SKIMS conducts first pediatric heart valve replacement surgery

SKIMS conducts first pediatric heart valve replacement surgery

Srinagar, Feb 5: The doctors at Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) Soura have conducted first pediatric heart valve replacement of a nine-year-old girl. The spokesman in a statement said that department of CVTS, SKIMS conducted first Pediatric Heart Valve Replacement on a nine-year-old female child from Rainawari, Srinagar diagnosed to…

Men’s brains diminish faster than women’s: Study

Men’s brains diminish faster than women’s: Study

New York, Feb 5: While the human brain tends to shrink with age, men’s brains diminish faster than women’s which may explain why the fairer sex are more likely to stay mentally sharp in their later years, finds a study led by a researcher of Indian-origin. The study noted that…

Red Cross, ISM organizes Free Medical Camp at Kehnusa Bandipora

Red Cross, ISM organizes Free Medical Camp at Kehnusa Bandipora

About 500 patients provided free medical consultations, medicines BANDIPORA, FEBUARY 04: To supplement health care facilities at the doorstep, Indian Red Cross Society in collaboration with Indian System of Medicines organised free medical camp at KehnusaBandipora. A team of seven highly experienced doctors including Dr. Nazir Ahmad, Dr. Mohammad Amin,…

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