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Wednesday 5 June '13

Yoga instructor Datta Kohinkar Patil was given the Ashok Mitra award by the Samrat Ashok Sarvagin Development Society on June 1 at Acharya Atre Sabhagriha.
Baby Wise

Wednesday 5 June '13

After losing her first child to Pompey’s disease and then having three abortions due to the same, city-based Subhangani had lost all hopes of ever experiencing the joy of motherhood.
First look at the burden flu places on hospitals

Tuesday 4 June '13

The NIV study was published in the journal PloS One on May 15
Pune district registers 30-point jump in girl vs boy birth ratio

Saturday 1 June '13

The initial crackdown on sonography centres and doctors in Pune district seems to have paid off, as more than a 30-point jump has been witnessed in the girl/boy birth ratio within a period of one year...
Pune district ranks first in seizure of tobacco products

Thursday 30 May '13

Gutkha and pan masala, worth Rs 1.95 crore, seized in the past nine months.
Bollywood 'youth films' found full of tobacco use

Thursday 30 May '13

Half of top-grossing 'youth-rated' films released in 2006-08 showed tobacco usage, says a study.
Health matters

Wednesday 29 May '13

Dr Ramesh Murti, a Pune-based eye surgeon, recently became the only Indian to be given the American Academy of Ophthalmology Achievement award.
Study stresses role of women's groups in delivery

Tuesday 28 May '13

The intervention of women's groups can bring down maternal and neonatal mortality, according to a study that assessed seven trials in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Malawi.
In the Eye of the Storm

Wednesday 22 May '13

Retinoblastoma, a type of eye cancer, is easy to detect and has 95 percent cure rate.
Breast cancer: Few takers for mastectomy in India

Thursday 16 May '13

For celebrities like Hollywood actor Angelina Jolie, a decision to remove her breasts, as daring as it may sound, has reduced her risk of cancer by more than 80 per cent.
Study points to need for rotavirus vaccine in India

Monday 13 May '13

Results of studies for a locally-made vaccine to be announced today
Maharashtra rape examination norms fall short

Monday 13 May '13

Maharashtra has led the way in standardising an operative protocol for forensic medical examination of rape victims, including doing away
NIV, ELA foundation step up migratory bird surveillance

Sunday 12 May '13

Even as Chinese scientists have indicated that the new avian influenza A H7N9 virus may have at least four origins, the National Institute of Virology (NIV) has stepped up surveillance on migratory bi...
New thalassaemia hope, cord blood from non-related donors

Thursday 9 May '13

City Anchor: Cord blood stem cells from unrelated donors play critical role in treating genetic disorders.
UoP mapping thalassaemic traits in children

Thursday 9 May '13

City Anchor: Thalassaemia Society of Pune ties up with university to make life easier for patients.
MSEDCL’s call centre to ensure ‘power to people’

Wednesday 24 April '13

Experiencing prolonged power cuts and then waiting for several more hours before a lineman comes to fix the fault?
Emergency medical service will soon be just a call away

Thursday 18 April '13

Call centre getting ready; for ambulances dial 108.
2 months after mishap, taekwondo player still in coma

Wednesday 17 April '13

Surgeons express concern about a rise in number of road accidents & their resultant complications, particularly among youngsters.
Radiotherapy Goes Ultra Fast

Wednesday 17 April '13

Technological breakthrough brings quick and precise treatment for Puneites
Radiotherapy Goes Ultra Fast

Wednesday 17 April '13

Technological breakthrough brings quick and precise treatment for Puneites

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