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Twenty percent of brain stroke patients aged 40 or less

Twenty percent of brain stroke patients aged 40 or less

As per some globally-renowned neuroscience around the world, the existing rate of patients with brain stroke is on the rise and the average age is considered to be 40 years or less.

Child trafficking: Two more doctors arrested in West Bengal

Two more doctors alleged to be actively involved in the international child trafficking racket in the state have been arrested by the CID.

World Anti-Obesity Day: Lifestyle modification key to fight obesity, say doctors

World Anti-Obesity Day: Lifestyle modification key to fight obesity, say doctors

Out of 1470 doctors who replied, 950 or 64.6 percent said lifestyle modification is the key to fight obesity.

Doctors at Delhi hospital cure ligament damage by stitching

Doctors at Delhi hospital cure ligament damage by stitching

Doctors at Safdarjung hospital cured a teenager, who was suffering with severe ligament avulsion fracture through stitches instead of using any implant like screws or endo button.

Delhi hospital performs first scar-less surgery in India

Delhi hospital performs first scar-less surgery in India

Doctors at Fortis Escorts Heart Institute performed the first scar-less surgery in India on an 18-year-old boy from Uzbekistan who developed a congenital heart defect.

Doctors remove needle from man's body after 22 years

Doctors remove needle from man's body after 22 years

Kiran Kumar (34), then aged 12, was playing as a child when the needle accidentally penetrated his body.Though he was rushed to a hospital, doctors could not trace it and the family eventually forgot about it.

26-year-old brain dead man's kin donate his kidneys; gift life to two

Manoj, who is from Patiala met with an accident this week on Zirakpur-Patiala highway and was admitted to Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in a serious condition

15% diabetics fail to fertilise partners: Doctors

Fifteen per cent diabetic males in India every year fail to make their partners conceive due to defect in their sperm DNA, fertility experts said on Friday.

Use air purifiers to tackle respiratory, health problems: Doctors

With 92 per cent of the world's population exposed to unsafe levels of air pollution, health experts have urged people to use air purifiers to tackle poor air, causing respiratory diseases.

Alarming! Modern day living contributes to hearing loss, warn doctors

Following the modern day lifestyle can contribute to hearing loss at an early stage, doctors have warned.

Diabetic woman dazzles doctors by giving birth to 6-kg baby boy in Hyderabad

The mother named Shabana Begum, hailing from Borabanda stunned the doctors by giving birth to the baby at Niloufer hospital

Freeze your egg, don't kick your career: Doctors

Freeze your egg, don't kick your career: Doctors

Barely five per cent of working women in India prefer egg freezing to delay pregnancy as compared to 30-40 per cent in the West.

India short of 500,000 doctors, bodies on shoulders reminders of health crisis

India is short of nearly 500,000 doctors, based on the World Health Organisation (WHO) norm of 1:1,000 population, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of government data.

Most doctors prefer partners from medical profession: Survey

Most doctors prefer partners from medical profession: Survey

Around 69 per cent doctors prefer their spouses to be from the medical profession, the results of a medical app-based survey have revealed.

DNA: Analysis of fraudulent doctor in Noida treating patients with wrong treatment

Analyzing the fraudulent doctors with fake medical certificates operating in Noida. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

Doctors say bill is 'black day' for surrogacy, will spawn corruption

Leading gynaecologists have termed the government nod to the Surrogacy Regulation Bill, that bans commercial surrogacy, as a black day, and say it will lead to malpractices like surreptitious and illegal surrogacy, that is rampant in kidney transplantation.

Shocking! Indian surgeons remove 40 knives from cop's stomach (Watch)

 A five-member doctor team operated on the 42-year-old patient for around five hours to remove the knives.

57% of allopathic doctors in India have no medical qualifications: WHO

The WHO report also revealed that in rural India, only 18% of the allopathic doctors had a medical qualification.

46 per cent female cancer patients in India are below 50: Doctors

Late marriages, multiple sex partners and late pregnancy have contributed to incidence of cancer among women, of which breast and cervical cancers are the commonest forms, they said.

National Doctors' Day: Six interesting facts about this special event!

As we gratefully remember our physicians who help to save lives everday, let us take at look at some interesting facts about this special event.