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India moves to make NEET & NEXT exams as common standards across the country

A sea of change is about to take place in the world of medical education, especially in India. The Union Government of India, in an unprecedented move, has decided to replace the Indian Medical Council Act (1956) with the newly approved National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill, 2019 in an attempt to reform India’s current medical educational system. […]

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24% spike in foreign medical aspirants in 2018

As per a fresh RTI data, the Medical Council of India (MCI) issued 3,386 more eligibility certificates to foreign medical aspirants looking to enroll in an overseas medical university in the year 2018.  RTI registration number MEDCI/R/2018/51942 states that during the period 01/01/2018 to 31/12/2018, a total 17, 504 eligibility certificates have been issued by MCI. It is to […]

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Beware of Killer Tobacco

N.V.Ramesh Mob: 98455 65238 Dear readers, if you are sensitive, intelligent, aware of surrounding happenings, want to serve humanity, want to live long happily with good health, if you never want to exercise your habit of consumption of a good in lieu of your duty, not to poke others’s nose (their rights), then kindly read […]

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Tobacco use in India – An evil with many faces

Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS), a global standard for systematically monitoring adult tobacco use and tracking key tobacco control indicators reported a steep decline in tobacco consumption in India in its second survey report published on June 23, 2017. India is the world’s largest democracy, the second largest consumer and third largest producer of tobacco. […]

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Vydehi introduces a “Robot tutor”

The Fresher’s Day for Medical and Dental Students of 2018 batch was organized on 06 sept 2018. On this occasion, Vydehi has introduced ‘Pepper’, a new Robot tutor, master companion, playmate and a guide for its students. Shortly, Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Center will be one the world’s best institutes using futuristic […]

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Be aware of Killer Tobacco

Tobacco kills up to half of its users, kills more than 7 million people each year. More than 6 million global deaths are the result of direct tobacco use while around 890 000 are the result of non-smokers being exposed to second-hand smoke. Of the more than 6 million tobacco-related deaths every year across the […]

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Cigarette Smoking -Risks to Human Health and Environment

There are more than 4000 chemicals in tobacco smoke, of which at least 250 are known to be harmful and more than 50 are known to cause cancer  Direct risks to human health Cancers of the Lungs, Oesophagus, Throat and Larynx are common in smoking population. Smoking is also associated with cancers of the bladder, […]

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Gita – A book for children mental health

A classic moment from the GITA, the battle between good and evil, becomes a modern and crucial reinvention for the youth of today regardless of religious background. British-born-Indian author Sonal Sachdev Patel who recently launched her fantastic children’s fiction book in India “GITA: The Battle of the Worlds” raises important life lessons and equips young […]

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Heart health – Quitting smoking is the single best thing you can do—

Stopping smoking has huge benefits to protect the health of heart and it’s never too late to give up. The risk to heart health decreases significantly soon after you stop smoking. Quitting smoking reduces smoking-related death by heart disease by half and is key in the management of atherosclerosis, blood clots and abnormal heart rhythms […]

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