United States leads the World in COVID19 cases and Deaths due to this disease

KARACHI: United States of America the richest country in the world also leads in the number of cases of COVID19 and deaths related to this disease. This also exposes its healthcare system, hence our Health Planners and Health Managers should desist from experimenting with Americanization of Pakistan’s Health Services which is a sure prescription for disaster.

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Joint Commission report highlights benefits of TeleHealth, its barriers and challenges

Illinois (USA): The use of TeleHealth during the COVID-19 pandemic has skyrocketed, enabling the timely delivery and continuity of safe patient care while preventing exposure to the coronavirus.

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COVID-2 Pandemic & Children

There are worries for the children for now and for the future. Public Health is the Art of Science and the Art of Prevention of Diseases and Promotion of Health. The use of potable water instead of contaminated water was the first step in the prevention of diseases.

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Infertility treatments raise no insurmountable theological or legal problems for Muslim Scholars

DOHA, QATAR: The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) is collaborating with the Research Center for Islamic Legislation & Ethics (CILE) at the College of Islamic Studies, Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), on a forthcoming research report Islamic Ethics and Infertility Treatment.

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WHO’s Solidarity Trial shows Anti-viral Remdesivir has little or no impact on Covid-19 Patients chances of survival

SWITZERLAND: The announcement by the World Health Organization highlighting the findings of its clinical trial which concluded that the antiviral drug Remdesivir has little or no impact on Covid19

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Mental Health Day Celebrations at KEMU/Mayo Hospital Lahore

LAHORE: “World Mental Health Day” was observed in King Edward Medical University by Academic Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine in collaboration with WHO. World Mental Health Day is observed on 10th October every year,

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Standardized care may help equalize health outcomes among patients with Testicular Cancer

New research suggests that although socio demographic factors have been associated with poor outcomes for patients treated for testicular cancer, guideline-directed, expert care can help to address this issue.

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