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Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) ranked 8th amongst Top medical colleges in India by NIRF

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The Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, a 217 bedded Super Specialty institute specializing in treatment of liver disorders, has emerged as a top medical college and institute in the country, according to the rankings recently released by the National Institute Ranking Framework or NIRF on 3rd April 2018. For an institute only ten years old, this achievement comes as a resounding recognition of the trail blazing work done by the doctors and staff of ILBS.

The institute emerged as one of the only two top ten ranked institutes from Delhi in the countrywide rankings, the other being the All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Being the youngest institute in the fray, most other institutes in the top 25 ranked colleges were decades old well established medical colleges in the country.

The institute scores 57.12 overall, well ahead of reputed institutes like AMU, Jamia, UCMS and Kasturba Medical College. It was also ranked second overall in the country according to the parameter Teaching, Learning and Resources which includes Student Strength, Faculty-student ratio, Combined metric for Faculty with PhD (or equivalent) and Experience, and Total Budget and Its Utilisation. On this parameter the institute scores 84.95 out of 100, behind only AIIMS. Read more

Shriram Transport Finance and Piramal Swasthya jointly announces the launch of Mobile Medical Van in Pune

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By Vivek K. Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Shriram Transport Finance Company LTD (STFC), in collaboration with Piramal Swasthya, an initiative under the aegis of Piramal Foundation (the philanthropic arm of the Piramal Group), announced the launch of Mobile Medical Van in Pune. . The unique Primary Healthcare Programme, operating at strategic service points, endeavours to make quality primary healthcare services available, accessible and affordable especially to truck drivers, helpers and their families. Currently, 14 Mobile Medical Vans focused with serving an average of 644 truckers daily is operational across India, funded by STFC and managed by Piramal Swasthya. Read more

London-based fitness model and entrepreneur Ninu Galot spoke on ‘Vitiligo’, a long-term, chronic medical condition that results in loss of pigmentation, in white patches, visible on the skin across the body, hair and eyes.

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London-based fitness model and entrepreneur Ninu Galot spoke on ‘Vitiligo’, a long-term, chronic medical condition that results in loss of pigmentation, in white patches, visible on the skin across the body, hair and eyes. Read more

Rahul Sharma’s LONG JOURNEY From BMM to Medical to Acting!

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If you put your mind behind something you really want, you are going to get it sooner or later. That’s the mantra upcoming star Rahul Sharma swears by for he really has worked hard to get where he is at!  Read more

HONEYWELL AIR PURIFIERS RECOMMENDED BY INDIAN MEDICAL ACADEMY FOR PREVENTIVE HEALTH

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Honeywell (NYSE: HON), a leader in Connected Building technologies, has been awarded a certificate of recommendation by the Indian Medical Academy for Preventive Health (IMAPH) for the company’s Air Touch air purifiers in India.

India is currently home to half of the world’s 20 most polluted cities. For the last several months, air quality in Delhi and the National Capital Region has been the worst of the season. The combined effect of smoke from crop burning in adjoining states and city pollution — from construction, vehicles and industry – has created unhealthy and unsafe conditions for people with respiratory ailments.

“To make it worse, there is limited awareness about indoor air pollution in India and the health hazards it poses,” Tarun Sahni, an advisor with IMAPH, said. “More than 1 million people in India die due to indoor air pollution annually. Most people are not aware that cooking, incense, pet dander, aerosols, fumes from paints and upholstery all contribute to indoor air pollution, which can be up to 10 times more dangerous than outdoor air pollution. This is hazardous particularly for those who suffer from respiratory ailments or are susceptible to allergies.”

Honeywell and IMAPH have collaborated to raise awareness about the dangers of indoor air pollution. The Honeywell range of Air Touch air purifiers is designed to help Indian families immediately improve the air they and their loved ones breathe inside their homes.

Honeywell Air Touch air purifiers are designed to address the unique issues with indoor air quality in Indian homes as well as consumer needs and behaviors. IMAPH recommends Air Touch purifiers for their efficacy against different kinds of indoor air pollutants such as sealant, coating, adhesive, cleaning products, perfumes, fuel, airborne particles (PM2.5), bacteria, and odor.  Read more