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Diet plays a major role in protecting the arterial system

Cardiovascular events being on the rise among young Indians is a serious matter of concern. The prevailing incidences of stroke & cardiovascular events, are quite evident that epidemic like situation is bound to prevail in India, as more and more young Indians (20-40 years of age) are under its radar. When almost 80% of such incidences are avoidable or preventable, what is the prime reason that is deteriorating the health of the youngsters?

Dr. Chandrashekhar, Senior consultant - Cardiology, Saroj Super specialty Hospital, New Delhi
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HbA1c level declines in Mumbai: India Diabetes Care Index

Mumbai witnessed a marginal dip in the average HbA1c level from 8.25 in the first quarter of the year to 8.19 during October to December 2019, according to the latest findings of India Diabetes Care Index (iDCI).

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Corbomycin and complestatin show promise against bacterial resistance

A team of researchers from the David Braley Centre for Antibiotic Discovery at Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research, McMaster, has uncovered two antibiotics that belong to a new functional class of glycopeptides.

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Nuclear imaging equipment market to grow at CAGR of 8.9% to 1.5 bn by 2028 in Asia-Pacific region, forecasts GlobalData

The nuclear imaging equipment market in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.9% to US$1.5bn by 2028, says data analytics company GlobalData.

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Level playing field is important for domestic medical device makers to compete with MNCs in India: GlobalData

The government of India should encourage the growth of medical device manufacturers in the country by supporting multinational companies to associate with domestic manufacturers, by providing incentives and levy reduction, says GlobalData.

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WHO sets priorities for COVID-19 research

The 2-day forum held at the Geneva headquarters of the World Health Organization in accordance with the WHO R&D Blueprint agreed to accelerate research activities and set global research priorities needed to stop the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Infrared light device to diagnose concussions developed

A team of researchers from the University of Michigan, developed a portable device that can non-invasively measure brain metabolism to help make faster and more certain diagnosis of concussions.

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