Minds of Medalists behind their Medals

When 100ths of seconds count, an Olympian’s brain connections allow for faster decision-making. While stakes are high at the Olympics, the brain activity of the contenders will reveal almost every time that will choke under pressure.

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Kanpur Zoo Adopts Innovative Methods for Animal Health Management

Cosmetic surgery of a python, barking deer, distant pus cleaning device for squirming rhino, gangrene in Saddam’s tail! Sound bizarre but that’s reality. Kanpur Zoo Adopts Innovative Methods for Animal Health Management.

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Healthcare Newscope

Healthcare Newscope | New Initiatives to Boost Technology Incubators | NEET’s Qualification Mandatory for Foreign Medical Course | Encouragement of AYUSH Medicines

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Insurance Needs to Go Global

Amid growing awareness for the insurance coverage due to the high cost involved in medical treatment at super specialty hospitals, InnoHEALTH magazine interviewed seasoned player of the insurance discipline Mr. Sethi, Vice President Insurance Foundation of India and sought answers for simple queries by people.

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Skin Patch to Detect ‘Silent’ Heart Attacks

The 16-year-old says that he investigated a novel concept that could potentially allow patients to detect silent heart attack by non-invasively sensing the FABP3 biomarker in the bloodstream.

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Health Card of Indian States

A Government report on comprehensive health index in India states that larger States like Kerala, Punjab, and Tamil Nadu have been ranked on top in terms of overall performance, while Jharkhand, Jammu & Kashmir, and Uttar Pradesh are the top three ranking States in terms of annual incremental performance.

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Business Models for the Healthcare Organisations

Have you ever thought, long and hard about what can be key to your success in a business startup? You might be having all ideas to accomplish your dream but you don’t have any clue how to jot down the proposal to clinch the deal.

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Infertility No More a Curse; Scientists Develop New Artificial Ovary Prototype

Belgian researchers have taken important steps towards creating transplantable artificial ovaries. Once successful, these could be of value to women struggling with infertility or cancer patients who cannot conceive after undergoing radiation or chemotherapy.

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IIT Kanpur Braces Up to Prevent Cyber Attacks

Amid lurking threats of cyber-attacks on all sectors including hospitals storing medical records and its long-term dangerous implications on country’s’ economy and individual’s personal data, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur is all set to open a cybersecurity center.

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Caution! Energy Drinks Not Safe for Kids

A latest study has warned that the excessive levels of caffeine found in energy drinks can have adverse effects on cardiovascular, neurological, gastrointestinal, renal and endocrine systems, as well as psychiatric symptoms.

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