Karachi: Dow University of Health Sciences in collaboration with House of Charity and Children’s Fund International organized a press briefing by foreign plastic surgeons for organizing free plastic surgery camp in collaboration with DUHS at Ojha Campus of Dow University.
Karachi/Seattle: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today announced new grants as part of its ongoing support to Pakistan’s polio eradication program and to assist the Sindh government’s response to this year’s floods. The grants will fund initiatives aiming to provide assistance to polio survivors as well as address the urgent needs of families affected…
United Nations: A United Nation report said on Thursday that millions of HIV-affected households in Asia are facing “irreversible poverty” because of the cost of living with the disease, with women and children hardest hit.
New York: A new study reveals that eating fish may keep the brain healthy and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Sydney: New research have found four new anti-cancer compounds to inhibiting the growth of tumours.
London: New research has revealed that mothers who have four or more children are one third less likely to die from stroke.
Islamabad: World Health Orgenisation (WHO) has warned that only stronger political commitment to child health could prevent rise in mortality rates.
Islamabad: The Tobacco Control Cell has sent an explanation notice to a tobacco giant for getting published advertisements in national dailies and magazines in violation of anti-tobacco rules.
Karachi: Vice Chancellor, Dow University of Health Sciences, Professor Masood Hameed Khan, has launched the Pakistan College of General Practitioners (PCGP), which plans to teach and train in areas unique to general practice with national and international perspectives to match the demand and meet international standards with training and assessment.
New York: Yawning helps keep the brain cool, and the sinuses play a role in that process by acting as bellows, a new report suggests.