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e-PPP model: A way to boost up the rural healthcare system in India

Effective primary health care is one of the purposes of sustainable development for health care outcome1. The quality of service is the basic concern to access the effective primary healthcare. Qualified doctors and health workers are limited in rural areas of India2. In rural areas health care quality mainly varies due to absenteeism of qualified […]

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Who can donate blood?

Men and women between the ages 18 and 65 can donate blood.The doctor examines the blood donor in detail.  The doctor collects the health background of the donor, his or her blood pressure, height, body temperature, pulsation, haemoglobin content etc.  When all these details are found satisfactory, the doctor directs the donor to donate blood. […]

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There is no substitute for blood-Donate and save life.

‘Blood donation’ implies an altruistic act of donating one’s own blood voluntarily to the other in order to save the life of that person.Blood donation is the most sacred act.  By donating one’s blood,the life of another person can be saved.  That is why, blood donation and life saving are considered synonymous. Human blood cannot […]

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Common Health Problems in IT professionals : How to prevent it?

With the advancement of technology over the years, world is becoming more and more dependent on Information technology. Apart from Computers and  laptops, now we have smart phones with frequent tech updates. The information technology is not only used by IT professionals but even other professionals like advocates, doctors, chartered accountants etc more and more. […]

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Intelligent ambulance placement for maximum efficiency

At present the average response time of a medical emergency vehicle is 9 minutes. By strategically and intelligently placing them, we can further reduce this time, and increase the number of lives saved.In a developing nation like India, human assets are a huge support, and despite the fact that the country is home to a […]

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How to overcome the bottlenecks in Indian healthcare system?

Every year around the world, millions lose their lives due to lack of access to primary healthcare, and many more have to choose between good preventive healthcare and expenses on basic needs like home, food and clothes. This is precisely the reason why the WHO has been constantly focusing on universal health coverage for all, […]

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Malnutrition : How a Measuring Tape can be the Key to Progress?

The average weight of a healthy two-year-old should be at least 8kgs; however, Rubina, born in Madhya Pradesh weighs only 6.5kgs. She was not always like this, though. She was born healthy and weighed just right. Over the years, it was observed that she did not grow at a healthy pace, which led the anganwadi […]

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Work-related diseases: Do you know 2 Million People die each year?

According to researches, close to 160 million cases of work-related diseases are reported to occur globally each year, with 2 million people facing death. This indicates that every day, almost 5,000 workers die as a result of preventable diseases such as COPD, skin diseases, radiation illness, which has been induced or aggravated by a particular […]

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How to manage your Geopathic Stress?

Earth is a magnetic field which frequency is 7.89 Hz. Every 8 feet magnetic grids are running from north to south and east to west vicevarsa. Under the ground there is movement of water, deposits of mineral, cavity, fault lines or cracks. When these cross the magnetic grids,then the frequency goes more than 7.89 Hz […]

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