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Invisible braces for teeth straightening launched in Mumbai

Invisible braces for teeth straightening launched in Mumbai

Dhruv Polyclinic in Mumbai has launched the Invisible Braces Mumbai. It is a new method of treatment for straightening or aligning your crooked and crowded teeth. In a traditional method, beautiful smiles were brought by making crowns or veneers on teeth. This method involved heavy drilling which resulted in loss of natural structure of tooth. […]

Smokers with Diabetes have high risk of early death!

As per the recent study by Kavita Garg, an Indian-origin researcher at the University of Colorado-Denver in US, diabetic persons with heavy smoking habit have double the risk of early death. Diabetes is a chronic health disease with high blood glucose levels. Diabetic people also face many other health complications. Kavita Garg, Professor at the […]

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World's first dengue vaccine Dengvaxia to be rolled out in Guatemala

The world’s first dengue vaccine Dengvaxia developed by French pharma Sanofi Pasteur will be rolled out in Guatemala in the next few days. Dengvaxia was previously approved for sale in Philippines, Brazil, Mexico and El Salvdor. The dengue vaccine was unveiled recently by Sanofi Pasteur in a recent news conference in Guatemala City. Dengvaxia is […]

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Excessive usage of smartphones can adversely affect your child's health

Now a days, majority of children are addicted to the usage of smart phones for playing games or watching videos even during bed time. In such case, the children may face the risk of developing inadequate sleep which further leads to various health issues in the future. As per the researchers of Cardiff University in Britain, […]

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Cesarean babies have higher at risk of obesity says new research

Researchers from Johns Hopkins University in Maryland have revealed that children born through cesarean section have more risk of becoming obese or overweight in their childhood compared to children born through normal delivery. Cesarean babies have 40% more risk of becoming obese than vaginal birth children according to their research. This proportion increases further if […]

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Amgen’s Parsabiv gets EC approval for treating SHPT

American biopharma company Amgen’s Parsabiv drug has been approved by the European Commission for treating secondary hyperparathyroidism. Secondary Hyperparathyroidism (sHPT) is a serious and chronic condition that affects millions of people throughout the world who are undergoing dialysis. Etelcalcetide branded as Parsabiv is intended to be used in adult patients with chronic renal disease, on […]

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Mylan launches generic Benicar and Benicar HCT high BP tablets in US

Global pharmaceutical company Mylan has launched the hypertension tablets Benicar and Benicar HCT in the US. Benicar and Benicar HCT are the first generic version of Olmesartan Medoxomil tablets of Daiichi Sankyo. Dubbed as Benicar, Olmesartan Medoxomil would be available in doses of 5 mg, 20 mg and 40 mg. On the other hand, Olmesartan […]

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