Few Medical Data for Indians

By Lanka Samanth Bangalore, March 21, 2019 As per the National Health Profile 2018, of the 23,582 government hospitals and around 40,000 private hospitals in India, only a few collect patients’ medical data. If hospital authority is not restoring the patient health profile, people should ask hospital authorities to collect their health profile,” said Sravan […]

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Reviving Ancient Scientific and Technological Manuscripts of India

 National seminar on editing and cataloging 8,500 ancient manuscripts on science and technology By Esther Esha Bangalore, March 21, 2019 The Sanskriti Foundation announced today in a press conference that it is organizing a three-day National Seminar on Cataloguing, Editing, and Publication of Ancient Indian Manuscripts on Science and Technology. From March 26 to 28, […]

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Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder still a Stigma in India

Social blame and lack of medical research have failed to recognise the disorder. By Sharathkumar Nair Bengaluru, March 21, 2019: Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder is a common neurodevelopment disorder most commonly diagnosed in children. But if left untreated during childhood, there is a high possibility of the child carrying the symptoms to adulthood. Men […]

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Is Hookah More Harmful than Cigarette?

A Journal by the American Heart Association (AHA) declares that hookah users inhale high amounts of toxic chemicals that are risky for heart and blood vessels BY SA GAYATRI Bangalore, March 19, 2019 Is hookah better because the smoke is filtered through water? In reality and according to the Denver Public health Organization, “smoke cannot […]

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Art Helps Improve Infrastructure in Bangalore

Classical dancers performed barefoot on a damaged footpath in order to trigger some response towards fixing the path. By Aiswarya Sriram Bengaluru, March 19, 2019. Malleshwaram Social Group, a resident welfare organization in Malleshwaram recently conducted a movement called #footpathbeku (Need Footpath). They performed Bharatanatyam (an Indian dance form that requires dancing without wearing any […]

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Castes Inequality

Economic disparities have been increasing between different communities of Karnataka, fuelling differences in societal feuds as well.  By Hansy Sanctis Bengaluru, March 19, 2019 The Karnataka State government has been facing economic and social disparities when it comes to different communities who belong in the state. The determination for this disparity, economically, would be the […]

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Construction Workers Vulnerable To Respiratory Diseases

Silicosis and other respiratory diseases increased by 25 percent among construction workers. By Manasi Pawar Bengaluru, March 19, 2019 According to the National Human Rights Organization, Karnataka is one of the most affected states in India for silicosis. Sidhappa, a construction worker, works on contract basis and struggle every day. Now he is working in […]

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