We Should Improve Hygiene Standards to Promote Medical Tourism: Manohar Parrikar
Lack of pre-operative and post-operative care worries foreign patients, says Goa CM.
Kerala Nurse Sentenced to Two Years for Reckless Driving
Dimple Grace Thomas will serve a minimum 15 months in prison for accident in which a baby was killed.
For India, Toilets Are a (Mostly) Serious Issue
A recent study found a troubling correlation between pregnant mothers who had no toilet facilities and low birth weight.
Kev Dhaliwal Develops Camera to See Through Human Body
Indian-origin scientist Kev Dhaliwal is a professor of molecular imaging and healthcare technology at University of Edinburgh.
Kochi Hospital Gives New Lease of Life to 10 Children from Uganda
The children, who were suffering from congenital heart ailments, received free treatment at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences in Kochi.
Domestic Violence Ups Death Risk in Indian Women: Study
Domestic violence was found to increase the risk of death in Indian women by nearly 40 times as compared to US women.
Dr. Raj Panjabi Goes the Last Mile in Liberia
"There are a billion people around the world who live in communities so distant from health care services that they might die of diseases that no one needs to die from."
Chinese Patients Turn to India For Medical Treatment
India’s medical tourism industry is estimated to touch $3 million by 2023.
India Doctors Reconstruct Thumb from Toe of Afghan National
Irfaan-ul-lah lost three fingers and a thumb of his right hand in a bomb blast incident in Afghanistan.
Indian-American CEO Helps Critical Patients During Hurricane Harvey
Harish Katharani, the founder and CEO of Southside pharmacy, shipped lifesaving medication during the hurricane.