Subscribe our daily newsletter
New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party on Friday accused the Congress, the BJP and the Samajwadi Party of trying to restore the clout of former MCI president Dr Ketan Desai in the Medical Council of India “despite the ongoing criminal cases pending against him”.
New Delhi: Eight government medical colleges or institutes across seven states have been upgraded and 50 more government medical colleges across the country are being upgraded or will soon be upgraded under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY), according to Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad.
New Delhi: In order to give a fillip to the National Mental Health Programme (NMHP), the 12th Plan proposal for NMHP aims at focusing on the functional and service delivery aspects of NMHP to reform the plan in sync with the present day health challenges in the country.
New Delhi: In a move that could further boosts the prospects of medical education in the country, the government plans to establish new medical colleges in some districts of underserved states by upgrading existing district hospitals.
New Delhi: Concerned that only doctors can enquire into cases of medical negligence, a parliamentary panel has recommended that all such cases should be inquired into by a committee of experts drawn from various fields and experience including social activists and patient’s representatives.
New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who was admitted to the AIIMS here on Monday night after she complained of uneasiness in the Lok Sabha, has been discharged from the hospital, a senior doctor said.
New Delhi: A little over 30 per cent of adolescent boys and 55.8 per cent of adolescent girls in India suffer from anaemia, Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad told the Lok Sabha on Friday.
New Delhi: A total of 6,000 vials of yellow fever vaccine were distributed in India in July to tide over its shortage, the Lok Sabha was informed.
New Delhi: India has recorded 15,893 dengue cases in 2013, a sharp increase from last year, health ministry figures show.
New Delhi: Scientists at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru have designed a pen shaped, needleless drug delivery device that uses supersonic shock waves for the painless delivery of medicines into the body.