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Even with improvements in accessibility and availability of good cancer treatment facilities in metros, 60 per cent of cancer patients report to the hospitals in the late stages, when they are incurable. The only way to improve their quality of life and survival rates is to make palliative care available to the maximum number of patients at an early stage.

Counselling, support essential pillars for Cancer  patients

Even with improvements in accessibility and availability of good cancer treatment facilities in metros, 60 per cent of cancer patients report to the hospitals in the late stages, when they are incurable. The only way to improve their quality of life and survival rates is to make palliative care available to the maximum number of patients at an early stage.
As we journey through life, our bodies inevitably undergo changes, and it's essential to adapt to these transformations. In your 40s and beyond, these changes can become more pronounced and may present unique challenges. Here, we explore ways to gracefully navigate the journey of aging and maintain your vitality.

Enhancing Bone Health: Exercises for Osteoporosis Patients

Ordinarily, your bones possess the density and strength required to support your weight and absorb various forms of impact. However, as you age, your bones naturally experience a reduction in density and a diminished capacity for self-renewal or regrowth. In cases of osteoporosis, your bones become significantly more fragile and weaker than they should be. According to a research study published in the National Library of Medicine, osteoporosis affects over 200 million individuals, with its prevalence increasing as you age. It is more common in females than males, with percentages ranging from 2% to 8% for males and 9% to 38% for females in developed regions.
Alarming Rise in TB Patients Among prisoners

Alarming Rise in TB Patients Among prisoners

The prisons across the globe reveal an alarming high tuberculosis (TB) rates and low case detection, according to a recent study claimed to be the first global assessment of TB among incarcerated individuals
India has a deficit of 2 billion square feet of healthcare space to accommodate the burgeoning population of 1.42 billion. The estimated requirement for additional beds, aiming for a recommended ratio of 3 beds per 1000 people, stands at a substantial 2.4 million beds, according to report by Knight Frank and Berkadia.

Patients Live in Poverty despite Rich Countries Pouring Billions into Private Healthcare

Patients living in poverty in the Global South are being bankrupted by private healthcare corporations backed by multi-million-dollar investments from development finance institutions (DFIs) run by the UK, French, German and other rich country governments.
WHO Warns Against Untested AI-based tools; Could Harm Patients

WHO Warns Against Untested AI-based tools; Could Harm Patients

As the world looks forward to the potential benefits of new tools generated by Artificial Intelligence (AI) in health and information systems,...
In a bid to protect people everywhere from infection disease threats, through the power of pathogen genomics, the World Health Organisation (WHO) launched a new global network named International Pathogen Surveillance Network (IPSN).

Covid 19 patients At Higher Risk Of Diabetes and Cardio Disease

People who contracted Covid-19 are at increased risk of being diagnosed with diabetes and cardiovascular disorders in the three months following infection,...
No Risk For Heart Patients Taking Covid Vaccine

No Risk For Heart Patients Taking Covid Vaccine

Is COVID vaccine safe for patients with cardiovascular disease? In a major study, researchers said that COVID-19 vaccination is not associated with...
Lupus Patients Need Attention Amidst Covid-19

Lupus Patients Need Attention Amidst Covid-19

At the time of Covid 19 pandemic, people with lupus around the world continue to experience significant obstacles and as a result, serious negative...
Black Fungus on a Rise in COVID-19 Patients

Black Fungus on a Rise in COVID-19 Patients

The patients recovered from Covid 19 in India have started to show a rare infection of mucormycosis or Black Fungus, which may turn fatal. Mucormycosis is...
Agony of Covid Patients Gasping For Critical Care

Agony of Covid Patients Gasping For Critical Care

Like unending peels of an onion, misery upon misery is unfolding for the unfortunate victims of covid-19 who are gasping for critical care. Distressing reports...