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Research study suggests an egg a day may reduce cardiac risk

Research study suggests an egg a day may reduce cardiac risk

A new study conducted in China finds that eating an egg a day may lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

The study found that daily egg eaters had an 18 per cent lower ris...

Problematic anxiety in pregnant women will be identified by new study

Problematic anxiety in pregnant women will be identified by new study

A study done by researchers at the University of Stirling will help health professionals improve the identification of severe and problematic anxiety in pregnant women.

An...

Messe India and Indian Medical Association signed a memorandum of understanding to work together

Messe India and Indian Medical Association signed a memorandum of understanding to work together

New Delhi, October 31, 2018 – Messe India &Indian Medical Association (IMA) signed a memorandum of understanding to work together and supportfor upcoming exhibition MEDIKA INDIA.Bot...

India is booming and the MEDICAlliance is booming with it

India is booming and the MEDICAlliance is booming with it

MEDICAL FAIR INDIA: firmly established and successful fixture for 25 years – from 21 – 23 February 2019 back again in New Delhi
The Indian market for medical ...

3rd annual Smart Tech Healthcare Summit from 20 21 September 2018 Gurugram India

3rd annual Smart Tech Healthcare Summit from 20 21 September 2018 Gurugram India

India is a developing country! The story of India being a developing country has been going round from ages. The question is - when can we call India a developed nation? Is it billion dollar ...

Make your hospital walls speak for your brand

Make your hospital walls speak for your brand

Branding inside and outside your hospital helps in building the positive ambience that builds credibility with your patients, increases motivation among employees and even can act as a word o...

Blocking certain epigenetic proteins prevents breast cancer Study

Blocking certain epigenetic proteins prevents breast cancer Study

Scientists from the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, Canada identified that blocking key proteins that respond to the hormone progesterone may prevent breast cancer in the women wh...

High dietary salt intake may kill off good gut bacteria Study

High dietary salt intake may kill off good gut bacteria Study

Data collected from a new study has suggested that the intake of diet containing high salt may prove to be dangerous for good bacteria present in the gut and may also contribute to high blood...

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