Health Talk: Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Dinesh Patel Discusses Common Knee, Shoulder and Hip...

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaFj4nmpyNY?rel=0&showinfo=0] Dr. Patel fixed the knee of Indian cricketer Kapil Dev during his early years. Dev is one of the greatest all-rounders of the...

Opioid Unknowns: U.S. hospitals vary nearly twofold in opioid prescribing rates

//s7.addthis.com/static/r07/menu173.js /sites/all/themes/hms/js/addthis_widget.jshttp://www.google-analytics.com/ga.js// <!----> By JAKE MILLER Harvard Gazette BOSTON--Nearly 15 percent of opioid-naïve patients hospitalized under Medicare are discharged with a...

WHO adopts resolution on digital health initiated by India

New Delhi-- Health and Family Welfare Minister J.P. Nadda on Tuesday said the resolution on digital health brought out by India was adopted by...

MIT Student Shriya Srinivasan: New technique to make prosthetic limbs feel more natural

CAMBRIDGE, MA-- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers, including one of Indian origin, have devised a new surgical technique that could allow prosthetic limbs...

Erectile dysfunction may signal heart disease risk

New York-- Young men suffering from erectile dysfunction may be at an increased risk of developing heart disease -- the leading cause of death...

This drink may help ward off Alzheimer’s: Scientist

New York-- Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a nutrient mix that has shown potential to slow down cognitive impairment...

The Asian Paradox: What puts Asians and South Asians at a higher risk for...

By Sangeeta Pradhan Type 2 diabetes is among the fastest growing diseases in the world due to a combination of unfavorable changes in modifiable risk factors and...

Obesity-Cancer Connection: obesity promotes pancreatic and breast cancer

By SUE MCGREEVEY Harvard Gazette Harvard Medical School investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital, leading an international collaboration, may have uncovered a novel mechanism behind the ability...

World Cancer Day: Is heart a casualty after surviving cancer

By Rachel V. Thomas New Delhi--While cancer has almost become one among the lifestyle diseases today, advances in treatment have ensured a growing number of...

Gene expression study reveals “hidden” variability in how cancer cells respond to drugs

By Kevin Jiang Harvard Gazette A study led by scientists from Harvard Medical School reveals “hidden” variability in how tumor cells are affected by anticancer drugs,...

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London--Want to boost your self-control? Start thinking of yourself as a busy person, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, said in a study. The study revealed...

The US-India Strategic Partnership Forum Adds Former Foreign Secretary of India to Its Board

New Delhi- The US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF) announced the addition of S. Jaishankar, Former Foreign Secretary of India and current President of Global Corporate...

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By Dina Gerdeman The Harvard Gazette/Working Knowledge In an interview with Harvard Business School Professor Teresa Amabile for a study on retirement, one man on the...
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