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11 June, 2015 11:39 AM 172 out of 733 people test positive for lead poisoning in Mumbai

MUMBAI: Close on the heels of the controversy over the presence of lead in Maggi instant noodles, a city laboratory revealed on Wednesday that almost one in four persons tested positive for lead poisoning after being asked to undergo a test for it. An analysis of 733 cases in the last one year showed that 172 were positive for lead poisoning, Metropolis 33 2

29 May, 2015 9:32 PM Dharmendra discharged, may need surgery

MUMBAI: Actor Dharamendra, who was admitted to Breach Candy Hospital on Tuesday evening, was discharged on Thursday evening but may need to undergo a should surgery soon. The 79-year-old actor was admitted with low hemoglobin count or anemia and conducted a complete health check-up during the two-day hospitalisation. Gastrointestinal surgeon Dr Sharad 20 2

2 April, 2015 3:46 PM How your smartphone could become a ‘Star Trek’–style Tricorder

In two months, new technology could turn your smartphone into a “Star Trek”-style Tricorder - making the stuff of science fiction a reality. This tech, soon to be revealed in Israel, works with your phone to scan any object and reveal its chemical composition. In “Star Trek”, Starfleet personnel famously use a handheld scanning device called the Tricorder 233

2 April, 2015 9:16 AM Dr. Smartphone will see you now: mHealth from a health care providers perspective

By Abhishek PuriThe International Data Corporation (IDC) estimates that smartphone shipments are likely to exceed over a billion units in 2015. Smartphones are taking the center stage of communication needs of the present with extensive applications in gaming, chat applications and increasingly in health care. The increased role of mobiles in health 64

23 March, 2015 7:10 AM Buy Bharat Immunologicals; target of Rs 60: Ajcon Global

"Bharat Immunologicals and Biologicals Corporation Ltd. (BIBCOL) is a leading biotechnology company (Govt. of India undertaking) and has its Oral Polio Vaccines (OPV) plant in state of Uttar Pradesh, India. The company currently manufactures and produces a range of pharmaceuticals products such as Oral Polio Vaccines (OPV Vaccine), Zinc Tablet & Diarrhea 38

13 March, 2015 9:46 AM Natco Pharma surges over 50% in 6 days, Antique says buy

Natco Pharma has been buzzing for the sixth consecutive day on Friday following approvals for launching hepatitis drug in India & Nepal and US court decision in Tamiflu drug. The stock rallied 10 percent today intraday to hit a new high of Rs 2,264 and spiked more than 50 percent in six consecutive sessions. During the current week, the Hyderabad pharmaceutical 174

22 February, 2015 7:45 AM old woman credits raw eggs, singlehood for long life

New York, Feb 22: A 115-year-old woman, the oldest living person in Europe, believes the secret to her longevity is eating raw eggs and staying single for most of her life. At 115 years and nearly three months, Emma Morano in Italy is the oldest person in Europe and the fifth oldest in the world. Morano's elixir for longevity consists of raw eggs, which 17

2 January, 2015 6:30 PM Strokes found rising among pregnant women

Even as the rate of strokes in Americans age 65 and older is falling, it is rising sharply among pregnant women, researchers reported Monday. Pregnancy-related strokes are “rare and deadly and increasing”, said Dr Lisa Leffert, the lead author of the report and the chief of obstetric anesthesia at Massachusetts General Hospital. Increasing obesity rates 48

18 September, 2014 10:56 PM Mama takes Mahatma Gandhi’s message of peace back to Boko Haram

AHMEDABAD: This time when Mama returns home, she will carry Mahatma Gandhi's message of peace and non-violence to her boys — Islamist hardliners of Nigeria's Boko Haram, who have acquired global notoriety for abducting scores of schoolgirls and unleashing a wave of violence in the country's northeast. Barrister Aisha Wakil (44), better known as 'Mama 13

4 September, 2014 1:15 PM Cadmium and Lead Found in Brazilian Chocolates

Previous studies have validated the health benefits of chocolate. Dark chocolate, particularly, has been termed as a super food due to its high anti-oxidant and flavonoid content. But a recent study published in the American Chemical Society's Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry reveals something new. If you love chocolates, especially the Brazilian 11