Soon, doctors to write prescriptions in capital letters

Fear of misinterpretation due to doctor's illegible handwriting may soon be a thing of the past as government is set to make it a norm for physicians to prescribe medicines "preferably" in capital letters.

Carl Djerassi, father of birth control pills dies at 91

Zee Media Bureau

San Francisco: Carl Djerassi, who was considered as the father of the birth control pills by the chemists, has passed away at the age of 91.

Chemists in Germany develop `sweetest computer in the world`

Chemists at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena in Germany have developed the `sweetest computer in the world`, which includes sugar molecules for processing information.

Chemists in Punjab protest against "harassment" by police

Over 31,000 chemist and drug shops in Punjab remained shut on Thursday in protest against the alleged harassment caused by state police in its state-wide drive against drug menace.

How drug development can be a child`s play

Making and improving medical drugs could soon become as easy for chemists as stacking blocks is for a child.

Gujarat chemists join nationwide strike

Around 14,000 chemists and druggists across Gujarat on Friday kept their shutters down.

Medicine shops closed in Nagaland

All medicine shops remained closed in Nagaland from 6 AM on Friday response to a 12-hour bandh call by the Nagaland Medicine Dealers Association.

Chemists end bandh after meeting Azad

number of chemists in Delhi, Orissa, Rajasthan and
Haryana kept their shutters down in support of a bandh call by
All India Chemists and Distributors Federation.