Mentoring the peers

Rising incidence of student suicides has led to many steps being taken to tackle stress and anxiety among them. Prachi Rege attends a workshop where student ambassadors are trained to peer-mentor their colleagues to rise above life's low point

Sri Lanka, Bangladesh have beaten India in healthcare: Harpal Singh

MDGs have not only pulled large number of people out of poverty but many of the health issues like child mortality and infant mortality have also been addressed.

Fortis to add 280 hospital beds in Bangalore

Leading healthcare service provider Fortis Healthcare Ltd is expanding its presence in this tech hub with 280 hospital beds, a statement said here Tuesday.

Private healthcare providers form industry body

Indian private healthcare providers and medical devices manufacturers have come together to form an industry body, NATHEALTH to collectively face multiple issues facing the sector.

Roona Begum, baby with hydrocephalus, discharged from hospital

Doctors on Friday discharged a one-year-old Indian baby who underwent multiple surgery to correct a rare disorder that caused her head to nearly double in size.

Fortis creates Guinness Record for max cholesterol tests a day

Fortis Healthcare today entered into the Guinness book of world records by organising a massive programme to check coronary disease in the NCR region on World Heart Day.

Fortis opens super-specialty hospital in Singapore

Fortis Healthcare today said it has opened a super-specialty hospital `Fortis Colorectal Hospital` in Singapore to treat colorectal disorders.

Fortis exits race for Singapore`s Parkway

Fortis Monday said it was opting out of the battle for control of Singapore-based Parkway, which operates 16 hospitals with over 3,400 beds in Asia, paving the way for rival Khazanah of Malaysia to buy the firm.