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Budget 2018: Jaitley’s ‘Modicare’ health scheme music to the ears of 50 crore Indians, but it’s too good to be real

The biggest announcement made on Thursday, in what was the Narendra Modi government’s last full Union Budget, was the new healthcare scheme announced by Union finance minister Arun Jaitley. The government promised to provide free medical care of up to Rs five lakh each to 10 crore poor families – about 50 crore beneficiaries (assuming five members per family).If successful,

Black tea helps to get rid of stomach ache

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app For Android click here For IOS click here We often eat outdoor oily, spicy and fried food. In such cases our stomach digests it, but this does not happen every time, which causes stomach pain. Apart from this, constipation, acidity, irritation in the belly, gas

Use these methods to stay healthy this monsoon.

Months of June and July have arrived and the monsoon has knocked down. The monsoon season is very favorable to all people and all the people enjoy having fun in this season too. While this season is full of fun, on the one hand, many ailments are also invited. As we have to face the

Australia to improve health care for radiation affected natives

Australia to improve health care for radiation affected natives. Canberra, May 9 (IANS) Australia is set to provide better health care to aboriginal natives who were exposed to radiation from nuclear tests conducted by the UK during the 1950s and 1960s in a remote area of the country, officials said on Tuesday.The nuclear weapons tests

Obama urges Congress to show ‘courage’ on health care

 Former President Barack Obama, in his first public comments about the ongoing debate over his signature health care plan, has implored members of Congress to demonstrate political courage even if it goes against their party’s positions.Obama briefly returned to the spotlight as he accepted the annual John F Kennedy Profile in Courage Award at JFK’s

HP govt promotes Ayush treatment

Shimla: India System of Medicine (ISM) is playing a vital role in providing quality health care facilities to the people of the state. This system of medicine is not only effective, but devoid of any side effects. So, the government is committed to popularise Ayush treatment in the state by strengthening the existing Ayurvedic institutions

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Pb to set up research, treatment centre for autism in Mohali

Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today gave in-principle approval to the setting up of a state-of-the-art Advanced Research and Treatment Centre at Mohali for people suffering from autism. He took the decision while presiding over a meeting with medical experts, doctors and NGOs dealing with such patients and underscored the need to draw