Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Friday, May 03, 2013 -- (Business Wire India) -- Oral care for long was devoid of consumer appeal. It was, and to an extent still is, perceived as a burden rather than an investment. However, increasing private participation in health, followed by mass media campaigns and the growing awareness and access to preventive models is glamorizing oral care market. Until a few years, oral and dental care was quintessential to the youth but the trend now seen is that even old aged people are getting attracted to beautifying their smile. The urge to strive for the perfect smile is not only restricted to the youth but the older people are very fast catching up with the pace.
The Four-Day “Green” Conference of the Country’s Biggest Gathering of Mental Health Professionals Concludes
65th Annual National Conference of the Indian Psychiatric Society Attracts more than 4000 Mental Health Professionals from Across the Globe
---- Eminent Psychiatrists shares valuable insights into various kinds of mental illnesses and deliberates on issues revolving around the theme of
“Psychosocial Adversity and Mental Health” ---
Bengaluru, Tuesday, January 22nd 2013: The 65th Annual National Conference of the Indian Psychiatric Society concluded on Sunday, January 13th after four days of debates, lectures, symposiums and paper presentations by some of the eminent psychiatrists from India and across the globe. Over 4000 psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, psychiatric social workers, psychiatric nurses and counselors from across the world participated in the 4-day conference making it the most successful and biggest gathering of mental health professionals in the country. The four-day conference with an objective of removing stigma surrounding mental health disorders and improving the lives of all those suffering, was held at the NIMHANS Convention Centre from January 10-13, 2013.
MUMBAI: The year 2012 which started with a bang for the domestic pharma retail market, registering a double-digit growth, ended with a whimper. In December, the market recorded one of the lowest growth rates of a little over 5%.
The sluggish growth follows lacklustre November sales, which grew a tad over 4%. Sales in November were low due to most retail shops remaining closed during Diwali festivities, industry experts say.