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Rare medical case: Indian woman with half uterus treated successfully

Rare medical case: Indian woman with half uterus treated successfully

The patient, a 27-year-old woman, sought medical attention due to pelvic pressure, constant pain on the right side of her lower abdomen and pelvis. She was also unable to conceive

04 March,2024 08:08 PM IST | Gurugram | IANS
'Robotic surgeries should reach more patients in India,' says health expert

'Robotic surgeries should reach more patients in India,' says health expert

"Along with training our existing surgeons, it is important to introduce such technologies to our budding surgeons," said Bindal

04 March,2024 08:03 PM IST | New Delhi | IANS
Unveiling The Mysteries Of Space Gods And Space Gods Gummies

Unveiling The Mysteries Of Space Gods And Space Gods Gummies

The fascination with regional gods extends past fable and legend into the present way of existence and generation fiction.

04 March,2024 07:27 PM IST | Mumbai | Advertorial
Sleep apnea may raise risk of memory and cognition problems: Study

Sleep apnea may raise risk of memory and cognition problems: Study

People suffering from sleep apnea -- serious sleep disorder where breathing repeatedly stops and starts -- are more prone to memory or thinking problems, according to a preliminary study.

04 March,2024 05:03 PM IST | New York | IANS
AI-enabled advanced hearing aids may help people with hearing loss

AI-enabled advanced hearing aids may help people with hearing loss

While currently, one in four people over 60 are impacted by hearing loss, by 2050, it could impact one in ten people, including millions of children and young adults

04 March,2024 10:06 AM IST | New Delhi | IANS
Obesity Day: Obesity is key for reducing chronic disease risk in kids, adults

Obesity Day: Obesity is key for reducing chronic disease risk in kids, adults

A recent global analysis, published by The Lancet, showed that every eighth person or more than 1 billion people worldwide are living with obesity

04 March,2024 09:10 AM IST | New Delhi | IANS
Health experts highlight red flags you must look for and slow down your routine

Health experts highlight red flags you must look for and slow down your routine

As the news of entrepreneur Nithin Kamath suffering a stroke sparks conversation around the increasing cases of seemingly fit, healthy individuals falling prey to sudden ailments, experts warn of red flags when you must slow down your routine

04 March,2024 09:05 AM IST | Mumbai | Devashish Kamble
Do this to reverse premature greying of hair

Mid-Day Premium Do this to reverse premature greying of hair

Curry leaves contain precious Vitamin B that restores the pigment melanin in the hair follicles. Using curry leaves in many forms is known to reverse and prevent premature greying of hair

04 March,2024 08:45 AM IST | Mumbai | Ainie Rizvi
Women are thrice more at risk of migraines than men: Expert

Women are thrice more at risk of migraines than men: Expert

Migraine is a severe headache that starts usually on one side but can be bilateral, and associated with a pulsating or a throbbing quality. It is accompanied by nausea or vomiting, and is also associated with the irritability to sound and noise and it worsens by doing routine activity

04 March,2024 06:10 AM IST | New Delhi | IANS
Covid virus persists in ear for a month post infection: Study

Covid virus persists in ear for a month post infection: Study

Otitis Media with Effusion is a collection of fluid in the middle ear that may be thick or sticky. Cold, sore throat or upper respiratory infection makes the fluid accumulate in the eardrum and can also cause temporary hearing impairment

03 March,2024 09:13 PM IST | New Delhi | IANS

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