The appointment of Laishram Deben as JNIMS director is on contract basis for a period of three years or till further order,
The programme was moderated by CMO, 43AR Dr Nerupama Paliyal while gynaecologist and infertility specialist, Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, Dr Sonali Kapila was the panel member.
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Over the last six years of observation of IDY, Yoga has emerged as a significant public health movement across the world.
The protest is being organised with the objective to ‘stop assault on profession and professionals’ in the wake of increasing violence against medical professionals especially during the crucial time of the COVID-19 pandemic, IMA State unit stated.
The Fit India Campaign Committee and the Fit India Club, Manipur University on Tuesday organised a virtual national talks on ‘Diabetes – Its Complications and Management during Pandemic’..
There are several daunting challenges faced by nurses at the workplace which leave them less efficient in rendering quality care to patients, thereby hoisting an unhealthy reputation to that particular healthcare setting.
Each hospital may establish a COVID-19 Helpline Phone number to assist the patients and family members.
Although children were not considered to be ‘the face of the pandemic’, that they were extremely vulnerable to trauma and other adverse psycho-social impacts induced by the crisis
Know the 10 Health Benefits of Millet: Old and young, everyone can have a cup of millet during any time of the day to enjoy its innumerable health benefits.
The pandemic that has been increasingly spreading unabated across the world has more than driven home the importance of having a strong immune system.
The Covid vaccination dry run was held in all the 16 districts of Manipur
During the Covid pandemic, indigenous flowering plant Nongmangkha is in high demand in Manipur for its rich medicinal properties.
The Territorial Army organised a medical camp at Kulbung village.
Spirulina has got a number of benefits, and the WHO has approved it as a healthy food but using it as a remedial diet is not totally accepted yet.