Maha govt scheme for pregnant woman helps save lives in tribal areas

‘Maher Ghar (Natal Home)’ scheme is being assured support for the pregnant women in tribal and inaccessible hilly areas of the state

Maha govt scheme for pregnant woman helps save lives in tribal areasThis scheme is active in 90 primary health centres of 9 districts namely Palghar, Nandurbar, Nashik, Nanded, Yavatmal, Amravati, Gondia, Chandrapur and Gadchiroli. More than 3 thousand women are delivered safely in a year under ‘Maher Ghar.’ Institutional deliveries are increased and pregnant mother and child death ratio is decreased in the tribal area due […]

Election2019: Know all the doctors entering the poll fray

Generally, politics is referred to as a dynasty game, and a common man or an educated man may stay away from this game. However, many educated professionals are also joining the bandwagon of Politics. If you glance at the list of the candidates, you won't be surprised to find doctors featuring on the list

Election2019: Know all the doctors entering the poll fray  Generally, the word ‘Politics’ is referred to as a dynasty. One can also refer to it as an area of ‘Dabangg’ and ‘Bahubali’ Netas (Leader), and a common man stays away from the political fray. However, nowadays educated professionals are also joining the bandwagon of Indian Politics. If you glance through the list of […]

Doctors from Nandurbar make a short film on doctor-patient relationship

Vipareet, a short film by doctors from Nandurbar district of Maharashtra underlines the fractured relations between doctor and patient. When the doctor patient relations have reached to its low point, it is doctors now who are trying to have healthy relations with patients now

Doctors from Nandurbar make a short film on doctor-patient relationshipThe short film is directed, acted and funded by like-minded doctors who want to restore the doctor-patient relations back to normal. The film mentions that even doctors are human beings and so they should not be seen as God. Even they experience pain and anguish and they work long-hours at times going without sleep. Yet, […]

Maha: Shortage of medicines in government-run hospitals, states survey

A recent survey done by Jan Aarogya Abhiyan, pointed out shortage of medicines in government hospitals. The survey was carried out in 11 Primary Health Services (PHC’s) and two rural health services (RHS) in Pune, Nandurbar and Beed districts

Maha: Shortage of medicines in government-run hospitals, states surveyIt revealed around 33 per cent of medicines were unavailable under these facilities. It further pointed out that 28 per cent of medicines were about to go out of supply 22 per cent of the medicines were available would not have been sufficient in the long-run. Only around 15 per cent of the medicines had […]

Maha tribal department launches program to tackle malnutrition

Under this initiative, seven districts from the state namely Pune, Raigad, Nashik, Thane, Palghar, Nandurbar and Gadchiroli will participate under this initiative. Their target will be around 400 villages in respective districts selected for the program

Maha tribal department launches program to tackle malnutritionThe State Tribal Department has initiated a unique program titled, ‘Community Action for Nutrition (CAN)’ in order to empower tribal communities to improve nutrition and strengthen awareness regarding nutrition related services. Under this initiative, seven districts from the state namely Pune, Raigad, Nashik, Thane, Palghar, Nandurbar and Gadchiroli will participate under this initiative. Their target […]

Bhai dooj: Brother donates kidney to sister, happy sister thanks him for rare gift

Bhai dooj is a festival which celebrates the unique bond that a sister and brother share. The loving bond of a brother and sister is one of the most important relationships of all and the brother swears to protect his sister from all the difficulties. Acting promptly to this, a brother who gifted to his sister by donating his kidney is happy to see his sister back on track

Bhai dooj: Brother donates kidney to sister, happy sister thanks him for rare giftOn bhai dooj, when sisters generally get gifts like cash, chocolates, clothes and so on, Rama*, a 30 year-old computer engineer has got a new lease of life. All thanks to her brother who came forward and donated his kidney. A brother donating an organ to the sister is a rare sight. But, for Rama, […]

‘Breathing through my nose was a distant dream for me, now I am happy’

Khatibai had developed a dentigerous cyst that develops around the crown of an uninterrupted tooth. Such cysts can be easily cured, if treated at early stages. Khatibai’s case became risky as it took her a year to get it treated. Doctors said the size of the cyst, in her case, was unusual. In her case, the cyst had grown so big that it blocked her nasal passage. But after the surgery, she can now breathe through her nose

‘Breathing through my nose was a distant dream for me, now I am happy’“Since the last one year, I was not able to breathe using my nose; I used to breathe through my mouth. It used to pain a lot, but finally I am able to breathe freely now. Last year was a painful journey for me, but now I am happy,” said Khatibai a tribal woman from […]

Nandurbar woman breathes freely after a year

The 22-year-old from a tribal village had to breathe through her mouth due to a huge cyst that blocked her nasal passage. She finally had it removed at Sassoon Hospital, Pune, on Thursday

Nandurbar woman breathes freely after a yearA woman from a tribal area in Nandurbar, Maharashtra, will now breathe freely through her nose after nearly a year. The reason: a huge cyst had developed around Khatibai Thakare’s nose, blocking her nasal passage and forcing her to breathe from her mouth. She finally had the cyst removed on Thursday at Sassoon Hospital, Pune. […]

State takes its mega health camp to Nandurbar, three-day event likely to receive over 1.5 lakh patients

Swastha Maharashtra Abhiyan is being organised under the banner of Union government’s flagship health-care scheme, Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Yojana, and will begin on April 30. The aim of this camp is to provide medical facilities to people and tribal in Nandurbar

State takes its mega health camp to Nandurbar, three-day event likely to receive over 1.5 lakh patientsIn an effort to ensure that health care facilities reach people in the state, Maharashtra has organised a three-day free Mega Health Camp in Nandurbar district, starting Sunday (April 30). The health care camp, Swastha Maharashtra Abhiyan, is organised under the banner of Union government’s flagship health-care scheme, Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Yojana. The aim […]