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How Patient Engagement via Technology Can Better Deliver The Results?

Of course, we all want to live a healthy and prosperous life. But it is our collective experience to become a prey of minor body ailments that can easily be relieved by having rest and taking pills as prescribed by our doctor. As famous proverb says, “Precaution is better than cure,” it is important to […]

Vaccine for Zika virus, Set for Try Out

Zika virus is related to the viruses like Dengue, Chikungunya, and Yellow Fever Virus coming from mosquito bites. Zika is a newly discovered virus that causes alarm, especially to pregnant women because it can cause infection or Microcephaly which might lead to the baby experiencing Congenital Condition. According to World Health Organization or WHO, Brazil […]

Infant Immunization Week – Why it needs to be celebrated?

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Parents following the recent style of delaying or skipping vaccines has put a lot of children at risk for diseases like Hib, whooping cough and measles. With Infant Immunization week just around the corner and a heated debate on the merits of vaccination us look at why this week is so important? National Infant Immunization […]

Celebrate Save Your Vision Month 2012 by Keeping Eyes and Vision Healthy

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When March comes the first thing that comes to mind is St. Patrick’s Day. Do we even know that March is also the Save Your Vision month? Yes, Save Your Vision Month is really a national observance that was started years ago and is held every March with the aim of increasing awareness regarding good […]

Act Against AIDS: Get an HIV Testing

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Today is World AIDS Day. After three decades, are we making any progress eradicating HIV/AIDS? Combating HIV has obviously been one of the greatest challenges for science and finding cure or the vaccine that will truly eradicate it remains elusive. But now, we have the means, the medicines and other tools to ensure that we […]

World NO Tobacco Day 2011

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The tobacco epidemic kills nearly 6 million people each year, of whom more than 5 million are users and ex-users of tobacco and more than 600 000 are nonsmokers exposed to second-hand smoke. The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control is said to be the most powerful tobacco control tool that’s at the disposal of the international […]