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Nawaz Sharif to fly to London for medical treatment

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is expected to leave for London on Wednesday for a medical treatment he says he had been putting off due to official work.

Maldives ready to extend Mohamed​ Nasheed`s prison leave

Maldives ready to extend Mohamed​ Nasheed`s prison leave

The Maldives said Friday it could extend the prison leave granted to former president Mohamed Nasheed to go to London for medical treatment after he hinted at delaying his return.

New York embarks on medical marijuana use Thursday

 Marijuana as a form of medical treatment Thursday, becoming the 23rd US state to do so as the taboo surrounding its legalized medicinal use starts to shift.

Watch: 8th standard drop-out gives medical treatment to people of UP

Watch how 8th class pass-out, Mohit Negi treats people in a community health center in Muzzafar Nagar in UP. The health supervisor of this community center was immediately transferred and Negi was suspended after this report was shown on Zee News.

'Unwanted' side effects of cannabis separated

 In a major step towards safe cannabis-based therapies that do not cause alterations in mood, perception or memory, a method has been found to separate the medical benefits of cannabis from its unwanted side effects.

Delhi doctors on strike, risking numerous lives: Is this ethical?

Doctors, who are vested with the responsibility to aid people and treat them, are looked upon as gods by those in need. But is it justified for them to go on strikes and risk lives of people?

Syria accuses Israel of treating Al Qaeda-linked militants

 Syria accused Israel of providing medical treatment for the wounded militants of the Al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front in its hospitals, media reported on Sunday.

Rolls Royces, movies: private India hospitals go luxe for growth

"The fact that you actually come for surgery or medical treatment would be an incidental part of the experience," ABV Group Chief Executive Advet Bhambhani told Reuters.

Beware! Bothersome bronchitis can lead you to serious illness

A new study has revealed that if not taken care then bronchitis lead to more serious conditions such as pneumonia which requires medical treatment.

SC orders private hospitals to provide free treatment, corrective surgery to acid attack victims

SC orders private hospitals to provide free treatment, corrective surgery to acid attack victims

In a far reaching judgement, the Supreme Court on Friday ordered private hospitals across the country to provide immediate and free treatment to acid attack victims.

Assam moots free medical treatment for poor

 Assam plans to launch a healthcare policy that will provide free treatment and medicine to below poverty line (BPL) families, Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said on Thursday.

Released US soldier Bergdahl in `good` condition: Officials

The American soldier released Saturday by the Taliban after nearly five years in captivity is in "good" condition and is undergoing medical treatment at Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan, officials said.

Proud to be Indian, says Michael Ferreira

Former world billiards champion Michael Ferreira on Monday presented himself to the EOW of Mumbai police in connection with the investigation into a complaint relating to direct selling company QNET.

Amanda Bynes advised against joining fashion school

Amanda Bynes, who has undergone psychiatric treatment recently, has been advised against enrolling at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) in California.

Five lions back in Gir forest after medical treatment

Five lions, including two cubs, were released back into the wild by forest officials near Kotamba in Amreli district, after treating them for various diseases.

Madras HC orders medical treatment for undertrial

Madras High Court on Wednesday directed authorities to provide medical treatment to an undertrial, who has been kept in a separate prison bloc after he allegedly misbehaved with other inmates.

Three-year-old `cured` of HIV remains free of virus

A three-year-old US girl who was given emergency treatment within 30 hours of being born with AIDS remains free from the deadly virus even after 18 months - the first time HIV has been put into remission in a child.

Amanda Bynes to have supervised outings

Troubled star Amanda Bynes will be allowed out of rehab twice a week for supervised outings.

Health Insurance in India still remains an untapped market

In a country where less than 15 per cent of population has some form of health insurance coverage, the potential for the health insurance segment remains high.

Govt to bear babus` medical treatment expenses abroad

The government has eased norms and allowed bureaucrats and their dependent family members to get medical treatment abroad at state cost.