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Power shortage hits life-saving oxygen production in Kashmir

Industrial units supplying life saving oxygen to several major hospitals across Kashmir are witnessing a 50 percent decline in the production due to unscheduled...

Amid surge in H1N1, SKIMS discusses gaps between perception and action

Amidst surge in cases of H1N1 influenza in Kashmir, an awareness programme was organised by department of internal medicine at Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical...

Medicos observe 2-hour strike against ”misbehaviour ” with colleague

A two-hour token strike was observed across peripheral health institutions of J&K on Wednesday against alleged misbehaviour by sub district magistrate (SDM) with a...

Medico body calls for 2 hour pen down strike today

Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) led by Dr Suhail Naik has castigated authorities for not taking any action against the sub divisional magistrate Zainapora for...

Medicos protest alleged misbehaviour with doctor at CHC Zainapora

Doctors and paramedic staff working in government hospitals on Monday wore black armbands as a mark of protest against alleged misbehaviour by SDM with...

At SDH Tral, medicos manage medical apparatuses from their own pocket

Despite its tall claims to develop SDH Tral as a model hospital in district Pulwama, the government has failed to provide even basic equipment...

8 years on, SDH Shopian building yet to complete

Eight years after the construction on the sub-district hospital (SDH) Shopian in district Shopian was started, the project is still incomplete with work going...

‘ WHO report on fake drugs vindicates our stand’

Doctors Association Kashmir led by Dr Nisar-ul-Hassan on Sunday said the report of World Health Organization has revealed that fake drugs are being used...

IVF clinic sealed at Rajbagh

Directorate of Health Services, Kashmir (DHSK) sealed an “unregistered” clinic, Well Spring Clinics, at Rajbagh, here today, a statement here said.  Giving details it said...

World AIDS Day commemorated at GMC

World AIDS Day was celebrated at Government Medical College by People’s Social & Cultural Society in collaboration with Jammu & Kashmir State AIDS Control...

World AIDS Day: J&K low prevalence State with only 0.05% cases

Minister for Health & Medical Education, Bali Bhagat, has called for a joint fight against the AIDS which is the biggest challenge before the...

HIV directly impacts brain in early stages: Study

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) directly impacts the brain in the early stages of the infection, according to a study. It has long been known that...

Baldness, pre-mature greying may up heart disease risk: Study

Men below 40 years of age who are going bald and dealing with pre-mature greying are at five-fold risk of developing heart disease, a...

One in 10 medicines fake; diseases becoming untreatable: WHO

An estimated one in 10 medical products circulating in low-and middle-income countries like India is either "substandard or falsified", says a new research report...

One in 10 medicines fake; diseases becoming untreatable: WHO

An estimated one in 10 medical products circulating in low-and middle-income countries like India is either "substandard or falsified", says a new research report...

Govt wakes up to epidemic of substance abuse in Kashmir

Waking up to the “epidemic” of substance abuse in Kashmir, state government has for the first time roped in various departments to chalk out...

Kupwara hospital turns referral centre as 5 more doctors transferred out

District hospital Kupwara which caters to rush of thousands of people has been facing acute shortage of doctors as mismanagement has left the medical...

In Jammu’s lone pediatric hospital, 2 to 3 children share one bed in emergency...

Two to three children suffering from different ailments share one bed at the SMGS hospital, the lone maternity and pediatric health institution, in the...

‘More than 35 lakh Kashmiris will have hypertension under new guidelines’

Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) led by Dr Nisar-ul Hassan on Sunday said that with new guidelines on hypertension, more than 35 lakh people in...

JKDCC condemns manhandling of a doctor at SKIMS

Jammu and Kashmir Doctors Coordination Committee has strongly condemned the beating of a senior doctor at SKIMS when he was discharging his legitimate duties.  In...

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