India Nirman Organisation and Women International Network (WIN) in association with North East Council, Ministry of DoNER, Govt. of India conferred 5th National Women Excellence Award 2012 in the category of ‘NAV KIRAN AWARD’ to two Female Medical Officers working in the Directorate of ISM & Homoeopathy, Dept. of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of [...]
16th June, 2012 was yet another benchmark date for Dr. Jawahar Shah and Mind Technologies. Dr. Shah became the proud recipient of the Medscapeindia Award for the year 2012 for exemplary service in the field of homoeopathy.
Delhi Homoeopathic Board’s electoral process is going to be held on 18th June,2012. You are requested to support Vota and Elect: 1. Dr. Kewal.Krishan.Juneja- 9818301049 B.No.3, 2. Dr.Aditya Kaushik-9811126648 B.No.1, 3. Dr. Raj.Kumar.Sahota-9810124124 B.No.5, 4. Dr.Ramesh Chand Agarwal-9811210805 B.No.6
On the occasion of celebration of 257th birth anniversary of Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, founder of homoeopathy. Board of Homoeopathic system of medicine, Govt. of Delhi in collaboration with Delhi Homoeopathic Federation, organised a continued medical education programme with panel discussion on “IMPLICATION OF CLINICAL ESTABLISHMENT ACT-2010 IN HOMOEOPATHIC PRACTICE”.
Alcohol consumption during pregnancy is a significant public health problem and may result in a wide range of adverse outcomes for the child. Many Fetal Alcohol Syndrome patients have problems coping with stress; they have learning disabilities, infections, and increased susceptibility to diseases.
An international consortium of scientists today in an advanced online publication in the journal Nature revealed a comprehensive view of the altered genetic background of the type of lung cancer that is the most common cause of cancer deaths in humans.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins have evidence to explain why the supposedly natural act of aging is by itself a very potent risk factor for life-threatening heart failure.
The American Heart Association awarded its Clinical Research Prize to a Harvard researcher for identifying destructive structural changes in the diseased heart and leading clinical trials showing that lifesaving therapies can limit damage.
Wearing a portable instrument to monitor metabolism in the fight against obesity and its related health consequences may be on the horizon thanks to collaborative research being performed at the University of Houston and The Methodist Hospital.
More than 40 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory employees are key scientific contributors to the reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which today, along with former Vice President Al Gore, won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.