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MediScene Vol 37

[Vol 37] Medi-Scene: Your Weekly Health News Update

1. New device to help detect traumatic brain injury on the spot A method for detecting traumatic brain injury at the point of care has been developed by scientists at the University of Birmingham. Researchers...
Mediscene Vol 36

[Vol 36] Medi-Scene: Your Weekly Health News Update

1. How to sustain a healthy heart against TFA (Trans Fatty Acid) WHO has called for elimination of TFA from the global food supply by 2023.It is considered a health best buy – a policy...
MediScene Vol 35

[Vol 35] Medi-Scene: Your Weekly Health News Update

1. Increases diabetes risk associated with rheumatoid arthritis: Study A new study shows that rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is associated with a 23 percent increased risk of type 2 diabetes (T2D), and may indicate that both...

Highway To Health – World Heart Day 2020

#UseHeart is this year’s World Heart Day theme. It is about understanding what it takes to live a heart healthy life and to act on that knowledge, changing your behaviour for a better quality...
MediScene Vol 34

[Vol 34] Medi-Scene: Your Weekly Health News Update

Excessive drinking is linked to high blood pressure risk in Type 2 diabetics: Study A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association states that having eight or more alcoholic beverages...
MediScene Vol 33

[Vol 33] Medi-Scene: Your Weekly Health News Update

1. Doctors talk about importance of clean air To celebrate the First International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies on September 7, doctors from various disciplines from across the globe participated in a first-of-its-kind...
MediScene Vol 32

[Vol 32] Medi-Scene: Your Weekly Health News Update

1. Study: Type-2 diabetes has four variations According to a new study, type 2 diabetes can be further categorised into 4 subtypes in Indians. These dissimilarities will help doctors cut down on medications for some...
MediScene Vol 31

[Vol 31] Medi-Scene: Your Weekly Health News Update

1. Zinc acts as a gatekeeper of the immune system Previously zinc deficiency was not very prevalent, but nowadays, it is considered to be very common in developing countries. It is considered the 5th leading...
MediScene Magazine Vol 30

[Vol 30] Medi-Scene: Your Weekly Health News Update

1. Russia becomes first nation to register coronavirus vaccine Speaking on Tuesday at a government meeting, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the vaccine has proven efficient during tests, offering a lasting immunity from the...

Highway To Health: Home Health Devices

During this pandemic, doctor visits have become more risky as patients who are immunocompromised avoid going, this in turn affects their routine checks. With monitoring devices at home they can constantly keep their health...

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