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Mega Blood Donation Camp at Surat

Surat, Sept 26: A Mega Blood Donation Camp was Organised today by “Samruddh Jeevan Foundation” at Mevad Hall, Near Udhna, teen Rasta, Surat. Foundation President Mahesh Kisan Motewar has said that they have been organising such Medical Camps from last 15 years for the benefit of the society.   (Reported By Yash Mishra/surat)

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Santoor Maestro endorses campaign to spread awareness for cornea donation

New Delhi, Sept 26 : Santoor Maestro Tarun Bhattacharya has endorsed a campaign to spread awareness for cornea donation The campaign spearheaded by Rotary Calcutta Metro City beginning in October, Santoor legend shall propagate the need to make cornea donations through Audio visual slides in movie theatres, billboards and hoardings across the city. He shall make mandatory appeal to donate ...

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​TopDoctorsOnline launches app to celebrate World Heart Day

Mumbai, Sept 25 : TopDoctorsOnline (TDO), a healthcare service provider on a single digital platform, is conducting India’s first Digital Heart Camp on their app from Friday to Oct 3rd. The app only digital camp will enable users to get insights on the importance of heart care along with having special interactive sessions on Cardiac Consultation with leading Cardiologists. The ...

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RB employees raise INR 2 crore for Save the Children

Kolkata/Dehradun, Sept 23 : As part of its nationwide initiative Dettol Banega Swachh India, 42 RB employees from global offices came together to raise a sum of Rupees 2 crore. These funds will go towards supporting the partnership with Save the Children for STOP Diarrhoea programs in India. Chief Minister Harish Rawat along with Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji, President of Parmarth ...

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Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals initiates “Love your Heart” campaign

Kolkata, Sept 20 : Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals, Kolkata, a perfect blend of technological excellence, complete infrastructure, competent care and heartfelt hospitality has taken a unique campaign to commemorate World Heart Day this year. The “Love Your Heart” initiative is all about loving one’s heart and taking care of it. The campaign comprises various tips to combat heart diseases and the ...

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Health Ministry issues fresh advisory to Delhi Govt on Dengue

New Delhi, Sept 20: The Union Health Ministry has issued a fresh advisory to the Delhi Government to intensify vector control measures in view of the recent rains. In the advisory issued today, the Health Ministry has stated that “In view of rains today morning and forecast by Indian Meteorology Department, there is a possibility of water stagnation in containers ...

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Dengue toll in Delhi reaches 20 : Politicians’ rhetorics continue

Delhi, Sept 19 : Dengue continues to rage in Delhi as the toll in the disease has risen to 20 amid continued rhetorics of politicians. Reports said r Delhi’s Minister for Women Empowerment Sandeep Kumar, who threatened doctors in Delhi,has now been forced to issue an apology. Kumar was caught on camera issuing a threat to doctors where he threatened ...

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Dengue in Delhi: Three more die

New Delhi, Sept 17: Three more persons have died of dengue in Delhi taking the toll to 14 in what has hit the capital as the worst outbreak of the disease in five years. According to reports a 41-year-old woman and two boys of 14 and seven died of dengue on Wednesday. Reports said government-run hospitals are overflowing with dengue ...

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Dengue: Delhi hospitals turning away patients may lose licence

New Delhi, Sept 16: Hospitals in Delhi refusing to treat Dengue patients might lose their licences, according to the Delhi government, said reports, after an outrage followed over the deaths of two children who were turned away by the hospitals. Reports said the Delhi government has threatened to cancel the licenses of private hospitals if they refuse patients. Last week ...

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No dengue patient to be denied treatment, increase bed strength: Union Health Minister to hospitals

New Delhi, Sept 16: Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare J P Nadda has directed all hospitals under the central government that no patient suffering from fever or suspected to have dengue should be denied treatment and the bed strength, if needed, should be increased to accommodate all patients who are visiting the hospitals for treatment for suspected dengue. ...

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