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Pan masala can cause larger kidney stones: Experts

Lucknow, March 17 Experts at a urology conference at King George’s Medical University (KGMU) have said that consumption of polluted ground water and pan masala may cause large kidney stones (over 2 cm). Prof. Apul Goel of KGMU said: “In our outpatient department, about 70 per cent of patients with large stones exceeding 2 cm

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Nearly half of India wakes up feeling tired, says report

New Delhi, March 15 On the morning of this year’s World Sleep Day, Wakefit.co, one of India’s largest D2C sleep and home solutions providers, urges people to go #BackToSleep. Why? Turns out the revelations unearthed in the 7th edition of its Great Indian Sleep Scorecard (GISS) 2024 point to alarming indications of deteriorating sleep quality

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‘Robotic surgeries should reach more eligible patients in India’

New Delhi, March 1 As robotic-assisted surgery (RAS) gains traction in India, more surgeons need to be trained in advanced technologies to enhance its accessibility for more people, experts said here on Friday. Leading robotic surgeons from the Clinical Robotic Surgery Association (CRSA), at an event here, stressed upon the need to prepare more surgeons

Savour the diverse tastes of India
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Savour the diverse tastes of India

New Delhi, Jan 25  As the spirit of patriotism fills the air on Republic Day, immerse yourself in a culinary journey with these appetising dishes that celebrate the essence of India. From spice-infused delights to dishes featuring the purity of white and the freshness of green, these recipes are a tribute to the rich tapestry

Maternal Covid infection may up respiratory distress in babies by 3x: Study
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Maternal Covid infection may up respiratory distress in babies by 3x: Study

New York, Jan 25  Full-term babies born to mothers who were infected with Covid-19 during pregnancy had three times the risk of having respiratory distress compared with unexposed infants, even though they themselves were not infected with the virus, says a study. However, the risk was significantly lower when the mothers infected during pregnancy were