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Healthcare likely to touch $280 bn by 2020: Anupriya Patel

New Delhi, March 30, 2017: (UNI) Minister of Staten for Health and Family Welfare Anupriya Patel today said the size of healthcare industry would be scaling up at 280 billion dollars by 2020 from the current level of about 100 billion dollars with new National Health Policy being in place which incentivises the industry in general both in public and private domain. The government would also spend 2.5 per cent of GDP on health up from 1 per cent which will grow the Indian Healthcare Industry, Ms Patel said while inaugurating the fifth Annual Conference: PharmaMed HD 2017-Drug, Devices & De

Yoga Camp for the Children

New Delhi, March 30, 2017: Fery's Yoga to organise Kids Yoga Camp for the Children of age group 7 to 14 years from April 11 to June 10, 2017. The Yoga Class timing will be from 10:30 to 11:30 am from Tuesday to Saturday. Venue: Fery's Yoga, 1st Floor, G S Mall, Somajiguda Circle, Rajbhavan Road. Contact: Ms Fareena - 9052988262Corporate Comm India(CCI Newswire)

Online Health and Wellness Venture, MyDermacy raises a fresh round of funding from Chinese VC Cyber Carrier and Existing Investors

New Delhi, March 28, 2017: A market leader and rapidly-growing platform for skin, hair and aesthetic wellness, MyDermacy, has raised a fresh round of undisclosed funding from Cyber Carrier, an India-focused Chinese venture capital fund as well as existing investors. The current round has been reportedly raised against fresh equity amounting to 15%-18%.This is a second round of funding having previously raised $150,000 from prominent angels including Promoters of Spectranet and Mr. Daljit Singh (President - Fortis Healthcare), besides others. Cyber Carrier, which launched with a target corpus

Mumbai comes together in large numbers to pedal away the stigma of mental illness

~The 2nd Edition of the city’s biggest cycling event Aditya Birla Health Ride to Mpower saw over 1200+ Mumbaikars spread awareness on Mental Health~ Mumbai, March 28, 2017: 1200+ People, 1 Common Cause, 1 Common Platform: Aditya Birla Health Ride to MPower. This Sunday, Mumbai woke up to its people coming together for the largest cycling event in the city, Aditya Birla Health Ride to MPower that aimed to spread awareness on mental well being. In its second edition, the cycle ride saw participation from over 1200 + enthusiasts across the 15 & 35KM ride starting at the iconic NCPA, Mumbai

Shri J P Nadda launches new initiatives to combat TB We are committed to achieving zero TB deaths: J P Nadda

New Delhi, March 26, 2017: “Ensuring affordable and quality healthcare to the population is a priority for the government and we are committed to achieving zero TB deaths and therefore we need to re-strategize, think afresh and have to be aggressive in our approach to end TB by 2025.” This was stated by Shri J P Nadda, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare at a function on the occasion of ‘World TB Day’, here today. The Health Minister announced that the National Strategic Program (NSP) will be finalized in one month and will be rolled out across the country. He further added tha

JanaJal Awarded for Outstanding Community Water Plants

New Delhi, March 26, 2017: The "Nirmal Khora Village" project implemented by JanaJal in June 2016 has recently been awarded for outstanding Community Water Plants by Network 18 under Jaldaan. The award was given away at a function held at Hotel Trident, Nariman Point, Mumbai on March 24, 2017. Water has been one of the biggest problems in the colony for decades. With this project, JanaJal has demonstrated commendable skills by not only implementing it but also operating and maintaining the systems on 24 x 7 basis. The project, the first of its kind in Asia's largest labour colony was the init

Give the Gift of Life to Someone

New Delhi, March 26, 2017: From March 23-25, you have the opportunity to save lives of people by the simple act of donating blood. SABIC, in collaboration with BloodConnect has organized its annual blood donation drive across India from 10th February to 25th March, 2017. Under this Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiative, SABIC is aiming to promote health and save lives across the country. According to doctors and the American Red Cross, a single blood donation can save the lives of up to three people. The final set of camps are being conducted from March 23-25 at convenient camps ne

Awareness campaign launched by flagging off mobile van at AIIMS campus on World TB Day

New Delhi, March 26, 2017: Continuing its efforts to raise awareness on tuberculosis and its diagnosis, Division of Clinical Microbiology & Molecular Medicine Department of Laboratory Medicine, AIIMS, New Delhi, India, and BD (Becton Dickinson India) for the third consecutive year organized a symposium today on “challenges in diagnosis and eradication of tuberculosis". Delhi TB Association was also a partner to this awareness campaign. The event was commenced by flagging off a mobile van from AIIMS Delhi campus to raise public awareness around the pressing need to control the alarming le

New Pulse Platform Launched to Boost Health and Wealth in India

New Delhi, March 24, 2017: To develop new ways to innovate and support food enterprises in the pulse supply chain, the McGill Centre of for the Convergence of Health and Economics (MCCHE) has launched the Pulse Innovation Platform (PIP)-India in New Delhi on March 9th, 2017. In the presence of the Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Canada’s Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, PIP-India became the first national platform of PIP-Global, a worldwide initiative that promotes pulses like lentils and peas as a food source to tackle undernutrition and manage chronic diseases such as diabetes while m

Debunking myths on natural birthing - Dr Mahima Bakshi, Head Preggo, Apollo Cradle

New Delhi, March 24, 2017: Pregnancy is undoubtedly the most beautiful phase of a woman’s life. However, it indeed is the most happening phase too, the reason why every pregnant woman is a bundle of curiosities and apprehensions. The most worrying thoughts of all will be those on the process of childbirth as well as the much discussed ‘excruciating’ labour pain. Birthing, as they say, is indeed not an easy process, but also not a ‘grueling’ process as it is exaggerated to be. Every woman passes through a thin strand of life before safely delivering her baby. Out of the two methods of

Baby born with Meconium Aspiration Syndrome saved using ECMO at Narayana Health City

First ECMO in Bengaluru for respiratory indication in a newborn and third in India ~Plans to establish a ‘Respiratory ECMO Centre’ in Narayana Health City, Bengaluru~ Bengaluru, March 24, 2017: A newborn child, weighing 3.2 kilos, was delivered by cesarean section at a local hospital near Hosur and referred to Narayana Health City, with breathing difficulty. The baby had passed meconium (baby’s first stool) within the womb of the mother, and had inhaled this meconium into its lungs. This resulted in severe breathing difficulty in the baby, which is known as Meconium Aspiration Syndrome

Safe Water Network Introduces “Water ATM” to Provide Affordable and Reliable Safe Drinking Water to Underprivileged

New Delhi, March 24, 2017: Safe Water Network India (SWN), a not-for-profit organization that has demonstrated leadership in providing affordable, reliable, sustainable, and safe off-grid drinking water solutions, has launched “Water ATM” in the areas that suffer acute groundwater contamination. This initiative enables consumers to purchase 20 liters of safe drinking water at any time of the day by swiping their smart cards against the Water ATM in SWN facilitated iJal water station. The stations are connected via cloud-based technology, enabling online analysis of operational parameters

Rare dual-transplant after kidney transplant gave Sanish a new lease of life

Bangalore, March 24, 2017: When kids his age were learning to stand or take their first toddler steps, Sanish was undergoing dialysis sessions and battling for survival. At the age of 1, little Sanish was detected with medullary cystic disease of the kidney. It all started with high fever and problem in urinating. The child had to undergo 38 sessions of dialysis before he was eligible for a kidney transplant. At 12 years of age he underwent kidney transplant surgery where his mother donated her kidney. This was in the year 2002. “After the kidney transplant, the first 2 years went very well

Water conservation- Reuse, Recycle and Reuse: Sajiv Nath, Managing Director, Endress+Hauser

New Delhi, March 23, 2017: Water in India is profoundly interlinked with the tradition of country having social and economic undertones. Reckoned as second most populated country in the World with over 1.2 billion people (Census, 2011); India’s natural resources are under tremendous pressure “Water “being the most vital amongst them. Increasing population has decreased the per capita water availability from 2,309 cu m(Sharma & Bharat 2009) in 1991 to 1,588 cu m is it 2010? (CWC, 2010). If taken into account the projection of population growth by 2025 the per capita water availability

Rs.3.5 crore contributed by IIFCL for Cancer Treatment 385 cancer patients benefit

New Delhi, March 23, 2017: An appeal was made to PSUs to contribute funds under their CSR Scheme towards Health Minister’s Cancer Patient Fund-CSR for treatment of poor cancer patients. India Infrastructure Finance Company Limited (IIFCL) has taken lead in the matter and contributed an amount of Rs.3.5 crore in 2015-16. 385 cancer patients have been benefitted from the CSR contribution received from IIFCL during 2016-17. Thecheque of Rs.3.50 crore was presented to Minister of State for Health & Family Welfare, ShriFaggan Singh Kulaste by Shri S.B.Nayar, CMD, IIFCL yesterday. ShriArun Ku

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A psychiatrist and professor of International Mental Health, Prof. Patel led research has played a central role in the development of the field of global mental health and improved care for those with mental disorders in resource-poor countries.

New York/New Delhi: April 18, 2015: TIME magazine has named Prof. Vikram Patel, Psychiatrist and Professor of International Mental Health among the TIME annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.

The list, now in its twelfth year, recognizes the activism, innovation and achievement of the world’s most influential individuals. TIME Editor Nancy Gibbs said: “The TIME 100 is a list of the world's most influential men and women, not its most powerful, though those are not mutually exclusive terms… While power is certain, influence is subtle…. As much as this exercise chronicles the achievements of the past year, we also focus on figures whose influence is likely to grow, so we can look around the corner to see what is coming."

Prof Vikram Patel is the Co- Director of the Centre for the Control of Chronic Conditions at the Public Health Foundation of India. He is also the founding and Joint Director of the Centre for Global Mental Health, a partnership between the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Kings Health Partners, UK. He is a Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow and is also co-founder of Sangath, a mental health research NGO based in Goa.

Prof. Patel played a lead role in synthesizing evidence that has shaped the foundation of the field of global mental health and promoted its dissemination by editing key journal series and textbooks that form the basis of teaching and practice in the field.

Prof. Patel has conducted groundbreaking epidemiological research that revealed the burden of mental disorders in low- and middle-income nations and showed a strong link between mental disorders and poverty.His research focusses on how to bring better mental health care to low-resource communities, where around 90% of people affected by mental illness go untreated because psychiatrists are in such short supply. His studies have looked at the burden of mental disorders and suicide in young people; the association of poverty and gender based violence with depression and suicide; adolescent health, HIV/AIDS and maternal and child health. He also carries out research on chronic diseases which seeks to integrate mental health care with that for other chronic diseases, and on using mhealth innovations in improving access to and quality of care.His research also demonstrated that evidence-based treatments for mental illness can be delivered effectively in these countries by non-specialist healthcare workers.

Commenting on the announcement, Prof Vikram Patel said: “Being named on this list is a recognition for the tireless efforts of so many people around the world to use science and advocacy to enhance the quality of life of people affected by mental health problems, easily the most neglected of all global health issues, in the poorest communities of the world”.

The full list and related tributes can be viewed online at time.com/time100 and will appear in the April 27 issue of TIME (available on Friday 17 April). CCI Newswire

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