Doctors successfully treat 24-year-old girl MS patient with bone marrow transplant

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New Delhi: 24-year-old girl, Kanika Juneja, suffering from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) was successfully treated by a team of doctors with bone marrow transplant (BMT).

She was diagnosed with MS, an autoimmune disorder where the body's immune system starts attacking the protective sheet covering the nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord.

Juneja went through

Navreh 2017 How Kashmiri Pandits welcome New Year

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New Delhi: The first day of Chaitra (March-April) month happens to be celebrated across Jammu and Kashmir as Navreh or Kashmiri New Year. The auspicious day is widely celebrated by the Kashmiri Pandit community where people greet everyone they meet with a warm 'Navreh Mubarak' (Happy New Year)!

Navreh is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Nava-Varsha'

Patients with damaged lungs have some hope with this new therapy - Read

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New Delhi: As per a new study, scientists have found that stem cell therapy can be useful in repairing damaged lungs.

Though still at a pre-clinical stage, these findings have important potential implications for the future treatment.


Lung damage caused by chronic inflammation in conditions such as COPD and cystic fibrosis, leads to reduced lung

Quick recipe Watch how to make Aloo Shimla Mirch

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A healthy option to your oily Aloo ki Sabzi. Try our Aloo Shimla Mirch which is as scrumptious as your Aloo sabzi. Eat it as it is or with some roti.


1 Potato


1 Cup water

½ Shimla Mirch (Red, Yellow & Green) (Capsicum)

½ Onion



Pepper powder



World Tuberculosis Day 2017 10 things you need to know about TB

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World TB Day 2017: Usually, TB attacks the lungs but other organs such as the brain or the kidneys can fall prey to the disease too
 City pollution is one of the major causes of tuberculosis. (Source: Thinkstock Images)
World Tuberculosis Day is observed on March 24 every year to help spread awareness about the disease, communicate prevention measures and prec

Discovery enables mass produced blood

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Scientists say they have made a significant leap towards mass-producing red blood cells suitable for donation.
Red blood cells can already be made in the lab, but the problem is scale.
A team at the University of Bristol and NHS Blood and Transplant have developed a method to produce an unlimited supply.
The artificial blood will be far more expensive than con

Digestive problems Follow these tips for smooth digestion

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New Delhi: Having good digestion is important because your digestive health can have direct impact on overall health and body function.

Bad digestion can give rise to a host of problems, including gas or flatulence, stomach bloating, constipation, heartburn, and fatigue.



Mumbai doctors help worlds heaviest woman shed 30 kilos in less than a week

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New Delhi: The world's heaviest woman Eman Ahmed who currently at Saifee hospital in Mumbai has lost 30 kilos in just 5 days as part of here weight loss treatment.

She is scheduled to undergo the bariatric surgery at Saifee hospital which is located near Charni road railway station.

As per reports, Iman was diagnosed with elephantiasis soon after she was born

PWL Baba Ramdev beats Andrey Stadnik to avenge Sushil Kumars Beijing Olympics defeat WATCH

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New Delhi: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Thursday defeated 2008 Olympic silver medallist Andrey Stadnik in a friendly wrestling bout.

The bout took place in Delhi during the semi-final clash of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) between Mumbai Marathi and Punjab Royals.

Baba Ramdev performed "Surya Namaskar" before the bout, and ended with the chant of “Bh

Air pollution About 81000 premature deaths in Delhi Mumbai in 2015 Rs 70000 crore loss to economy

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New Delhi: A new study has revealed that a total of 80,665 premature deaths of adults over 30 years occured due to air pollution in Mumbai and Delhi in 2015.

The study carried out by the researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IIT-Bombay) finds a sharp rise in the number of deaths, a two-fold jump from 1995, says a report from TOI.

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