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NURSES: Caregivers round the clock

  Nurses are the backbone to any health care organization. Nurses have been providing health care for ages and very efficiently too. We all know the dedication of Florence Nightingale, who took care of the wounded soldiers in the Crimean War in the 19th century. She is today known as “the founder of modern nursing”. … Continued

Hand hygiene

Hand hygiene is the act of cleaning your hands to prevent the spread of germs, bacteria, and viruses. It is a simple yet effective way to prevent the spread of illnesses and diseases. Hand hygiene is important in all aspects of life, whether at home, school, or work. It is especially critical in healthcare settings, … Continued

It Ain’t easy being wheezy…

World Asthma Day is observed on the first Tuesday of May every year. The primary objective is raising awareness about asthma, the causes and symptoms and effective ways of managing the condition. This year, it will be observed on the 2nd of May and the theme is – “Asthma care for All” Asthma is a … Continued

World Asthma Day

  Bronchial asthma, commonly known as asthma, is a chronic respiratory condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Asthma is a condition that causes inflammation and narrowing of the airways in the lungs, making it difficult to breathe. The inflammation may be triggered by allergic mechanisms in most cases but sometimes lesser-understood mechanisms can cause … Continued


    Malaria is an acute infectious disease caused by a protozoa “Plasmodium”. Malaria is transmitted by the bite of female anopheles mosquito. Malaria is endemic to certain areas in India, especially in water bodies and in areas of poor sanitation. It is also endemic to certain African countries. People can get infected by malaria … Continued

Exercise and your arteries

Many years ago, the great English physician Thomas Sydenham concluded, “A man is as old as his arteries.”  More than 300 years later and this still holds true since these blood vessels carry vital oxygen-rich blood to all your body’s tissues. Today we also know how important regular exercise is to maintain artery health.   … Continued


  April 17, 2023 is World Hemophilia Day. The theme of the event this year is “Access for All: Prevention of bleeds as the global standard of care”. The day is being held since 1989, which marks the birthday of Frank Schnabel, founder of the World Federation of Hemophilia. On this day, the World Federation … Continued

Stem Cell Facility

  Stem cells are precursor cells that are undifferentiated and are able to self-renew and also develop into many different cell types through differentiation. These stem cells serve as an internal repair system that generates replacements for cells that are lost through normal wear and tear, injury, or disease. These are produced from the bone … Continued


Janhavi was born pre-mature and didn’t cry at birth. Now, at 8 years of age, the smile never leaves her face! Except, when she has to go to her previous hospital for review sessions. She is a child with cerebral palsy, a seizure disorder and mobility issues. The consultations with her neurologist, Orthopaedic and physiotherapist … Continued

Influenza A subtype H3N2 Virus

  There has been a sharp increase in upper respiratory infections being reported across the country. According to reports the H3N2 variant of the Influenza virus is reportedly responsible for the surge. Around 90 cases of the H3N2 virus have been reported in the country. The influenza virus like the covid virus is known to … Continued