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Indian scientists turn potato peel into packaging material

Biopolymer films have the potential to replace plastics as they are renewable and biodegradable but their commercial success is limited as they are costly, prevent moisture poorly, and have low strength............

DCGI tells unapproved FDC manufacturers to submit phase IV trial protocols

The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) has asked the pharmaceutical companies which are manufacturing the Fixed Dose Combinations (FDCs) without its approval to submit phase IV trial protocols with main focus on safety of drugs............

Genetic study confirms Parsi migration

Besides reconstructing population history of Parsis, the study also shows a major impact of population rearrangements in West Asia due to Islamic conquest..........

Grey water irrigation more profitable

While the freshwater-irrigated plot is expected to give returns of Rs 54 lakh by the end of the experiment after five years, the greywater-irrigated plot is expected to fetch Rs 68 lakh after five years.......

Experts express dismay over growing violence against medicos in India

Findings of a recent ongoing study by the Indian Medical Association have revealed that more than 75% of doctors in India have faced some form of violence at work....

Pharma industry to reach USD 55 bn in 3 years: ASSOCHAM-IITTM...

Owing to the medical tourism rush, the pharmaceutical industry is pipped to grow at the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.92 percent by the year 2020......

GST on healthcare will make medicare unaffordable, says ASSOCHAM

A research paper has cautioned that if GST is levied on healthcare services and facilities, the much avowed national goal to provide universal healthcare coverage would take a hit....

Overweight kids in Delhi-NCR more prone to diabetes: ASSOCHAM study

Meagre 4 percent of kids engaged in physical activity; ASSOCHAM raises concern about alarming rise of diabetes among kids.....

Urgent need for action plan to reduce deadly salt consumption in...

Indians are eating more than double the recommended amount of salt, putting themselves at increased risk of cardiovascular disease and early death....

Technology enabled screening can reduce heart disease risk: Study

The study on cardiac care was conducted in 54 villages of Bhimavaram district in Andhra Pradesh over a period of 18 months involving......