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Stem cells will now fight Parkinson’s

After successful trials on monkeys, researchers plan to inject 5 million iPS cells into a patient’s brain Japanese scientists announced on Monday the first human...

‘MY LIFE AS A DOCTOR’ – Tamil

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Machine learning technique may detect muscles ageing in elderly

A novel machine learning technique that would predict the biological age of a muscle and help combat sarcopenia has been developed. Sarcopenia is one of...

Survey shows 62% of elderly in India don’t get proper care

A survey of more than 10,000 respondents across the Indian subcontinent revealed that 62.1% of the elderly in India do not get proper long-term...

Geriatric Medicine & Me – Dr. Ritika Reddy

     When I tell people that my specialization is Geriatric Medicine I get the same look and question: Why?  Why would you want to...

How to support your doctor ?

Vaidyo Narayano Hari - The Doctor is equal to God Our culture revers doctors and positions them on par with the God himself. This saying recognises...

My Life As A Doctor – Dr.V.S.Natarajan

All professions are not just necessity, they are divine as well.  Even a day’s absence of our milk supplier or the janitor will throw...

Dear Reader,

Dear Readers, 1st of July is observed as National Doctor’s Day.  We at ED-MM dedicate this month’s issue in honour of all those noble souls...