A Tragedy & Return of Old Fears

Kashmir Scan; January 2016 By Samaan Lateef   Three men disappeared in Kupwara last year. Illustrating the meaninglessness of life in Kashmir, the J&K Police as well as the Army are washing off their hands in the...

Maternity-care: Respect Women’s Rights

The policymakers in J&K must help the administration to set up a proposal and give our women the rights they deserve during and after childbirth, Sheikh Umar Ahmad writes. Healthcare in Jammu and Kashmir is dying a...

30 youth sustain serious eye injuries

30 youth sustain serious eye injuries , 84 eye surgeries were conducted in past five days. Srinagar: While the use of pellet guns against protesters triggered wide-spread condemnation from all the corners, the hospital officials...

Bali Bhagat reviews availability of medicine

Bali Bhagat today chaired a high level meeting of officers of health department. SRINAGAR, JULY 14: Minister for Health and Medical Education, Bali Bhagat today chai7red a high level meeting of officers of health department...

How Long To Nap For The Best Benefits

Who doesn’t love to Nap? Sadly, Napping is often frowned upon in our workaholic American culture. Naps are reserved for the lazy and unambitious or for retirees with plenty of time on their hands. Naps...

Destroy Your Moles, Warts,Blackheads, Skin Tags And Age Spots Completely Naturally

Due to the fact that the skin is very sensitive, skin-related issues are very common among people. Moles, skin tags, clogged pores, and skin breakouts are the most common types, all of which are...

‘Today, mortality rate at GB Pant Hospital is lower than national average’

  After taking over as Medical Superintendent of GB Pant Hospital, Dr Shafqat Khan put into motion a slew of measures which have not only improved patient care at the lone paediatric hospital of the...

Health and Fitness

Kashmir Scan, Dec 2015  Vitamin D reduces lung disease flare-ups Flare-ups are when a COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) patient's usual symptoms (coughing, excess mucus, shortness of breath, tightness in chest) get worse and stay worse,...

Daily Consumption Of Chocolate Might Reduce Diabetes Risk

Eating small amounts of dark chocolate on a daily basis could decrease the risk of diabetes and heart disease, according to a new study conducted by Luxembourg Institute of Health, the University of Warwick...

The Prey of ‘Royal Disease’ 

    Inadequate funds for healthcare has resulted in death of many haemophilic patients whose numbers are swelling in J&K. The disease has also forced many patients to put up in rented accommodations close to Srinagar...

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