WASHINGTON: Buffalo-born Mark Cornell who served in the US Airforce for 18 years lost his eyesight 20 years ago and now he has been able to see again clearly with the help of eSight glasses.
KARACHI: Private Hospitals and Clinics Association on Friday announced its support to Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) strike against doctor’s target killing on February 2.
KARACHI: Untrained staff of Darul Sehat Hospital have reportedly mishandled a medical case of a female patient, Mrs. Farrukh, which leads her to leg fracture.
ASTANA: A mysterious “sleeping illness” has gripped a small village in Kazakhstan, causing its sufferers to fall asleep for no apparent reason and stay so for days at a time.
ISLAMABAD: National Institute of Health’s lab Vero Logy has confirmed first polio case of 2015 in country.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran khan has said that Pakistani nation is most generous nation in the world.
ABU DHABI: A surgeon and hospital faced hefty fine of Dh140,000 ($38,114.43) by a civil court in Abu Dhabi over wrong treatment of a patient who lost 70 per cent hearing, ‘Al Ittihad’ and ‘Emarat Al Youm’ newspapers reported.
PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government approved Medical Teaching Institutions Reformation Bill 2015 on Tuesday (today), banning private practicing of junior medicos.
Arlington County, Virginia: The American Psychiatric Association (APA) has officially confirmed that selfie craziness was directly linked with a mental disorder which displayed psychopathic traits of an individual.
RAWALPINDI: The Guinness Book of World Record management has certified that a Pakistani consultant surgeon Dr Naeem Taj achieved a new record after ‘removing gall stones and gall bladder from the youngest person ever’.