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NTA AIAPGET 2021 postponed by three months due to COVID-19; registration date to be announced later
India

NTA AIAPGET 2021 postponed by three months due to COVID-19; registration date to be announced later

AIAPGET 2021 is an annual entrance exam for admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma in Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy courses for the academic session 2021-22

Centre authorises post-grad Ayurveda practitioners to be trained to perform surgical procedures
India

Centre authorises post-grad Ayurveda practitioners to be trained to perform surgical procedures

AYUSH Ministry Secretary Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha said the notification by the CCIM does not amount to any policy deviation or any new decision

WHO to set up centre for traditional medicine in India, Modi says matter of pride
India

WHO to set up centre for traditional medicine in India, Modi says matter of pride

WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made the announcement in a video message at an event in which Modi dedicated two future-ready Ayurveda institutions in Jaipur and Jamnagar to the nation

Ayurveda drugs could be effective in mild, moderate cases of COVID-19: AIIA report
science

Ayurveda drugs could be effective in mild, moderate cases of COVID-19: AIIA report

Citing the case of a 30-year-old male health worker with COVID-19, the report highlights his successful treatment with Ayurveda.

Active COVID-19 cases below 6 lakh for third day, says Centre; Covaxin launch in Q2 of 2021, says Bharat Biotech
India

Active COVID-19 cases below 6 lakh for third day, says Centre; Covaxin launch in Q2 of 2021, says Bharat Biotech

The total caseload in the country rose to 81,84,082, the toll touched 1,22,111 and the recovery rate surged to 91.54 percent, said the ministry in its morning update.

Centre issues SOPs for approaching festival season; India's COVID-19 cases rise to 66.8 lakh
India

Centre issues SOPs for approaching festival season; India's COVID-19 cases rise to 66.8 lakh

As per the new guidelines, organisers will be required to provide adequate area for an event along with a detailed site map of the venue and proper markings to maintain social distancing

COVID-19 treatment: 58 Ayurveda interventions registered for clinical trials till 25 June, says Ayush Ministry
India

COVID-19 treatment: 58 Ayurveda interventions registered for clinical trials till 25 June, says Ayush Ministry

Of the 58 registered trials, 52 (89.66 per cent) are interventional trials and six (10.34 percent) are observational trials, the ministry said

National Nutrition Month 2020: PM Modi urges use of nutrition report cards for school kids; here's why all Indians need them
Health

National Nutrition Month 2020: PM Modi urges use of nutrition report cards for school kids; here's why all Indians need them

Studies have shown that while 80 to 90 percent Indians suffer from Vitamin D deficiency, 50 to 60 percent are affected by anaemia

To boost immunity, try Ritucharya diet; why ayurvedic food can keep you healthy year round
Health

To boost immunity, try Ritucharya diet; why ayurvedic food can keep you healthy year round

Acclimatising to these seasonal changes, particularly by adopting a season-appropriate diet, is considered to be the best way to avoid seasonal illnesses.

AYUSH Ministry is endangering people, jeopardising Ayurveda with lax response to Patanjali's Coronil and COVID-19, warn experts
India

AYUSH Ministry is endangering people, jeopardising Ayurveda with lax response to Patanjali's Coronil and COVID-19, warn experts

We can – and should – expect the same rigorous standards for clinical trials and regulation in alternative medicine as we do conventional ones.

Rajasthan Police lodges FIR against Ramdev, four others, for launching 'Coronil' without AYUSH ministry's approval
India

Rajasthan Police lodges FIR against Ramdev, four others, for launching 'Coronil' without AYUSH ministry's approval

After the launch of the drug 'Coronil', the AYUSH ministry asked Patanjali Ayurved to provide details on the research leading up to it and its composition, telling the company to stop advertising it till the issue is examined.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian officials from AYUSH tackle COVID-19 by peddling pseudoscience
India

Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian officials from AYUSH tackle COVID-19 by peddling pseudoscience

The Press Council of India has issued an order asking print media to stop publicity and advertisements of AYUSH-related claims for Covid-19 treatments.

Ayurveda for weight loss: 3 tips to help you lose weight naturally
Health

Ayurveda for weight loss: 3 tips to help you lose weight naturally

The Ayurvedic approach to weight loss is more gradual and reflective. It does not look for short-term gains.

Pot of gold: Five benefits of medicinal marijuana
Health

Pot of gold: Five benefits of medicinal marijuana

From the UK to New Zealand, medical experts all over the world are weighing the pros and cons of weed for pain management and treatment of mental disorders.

Here are some Ayurvedic recommendations to keep diseases at bay during the monsoon season
Health

Here are some Ayurvedic recommendations to keep diseases at bay during the monsoon season

Ayurvedic remedies can help keep illnesses at bay especially during the monsoon season when disease-creating bacteria, fungi and moulds thrive.

Opposition leaders express concern over Yoga minister Yesso Naik's absence during Lok Sabha Question Hour
Politics

Opposition leaders express concern over Yoga minister Yesso Naik's absence during Lok Sabha Question Hour

Opposition leaders, including TMC's Saugata Roy on Friday, expressed concern in the Lok Sabha over the absence of ministers when issues related to their ministries are being discussed in the House

Scientists have found new medicinal plants used by ethnic tribes living in Manipur
science

Scientists have found new medicinal plants used by ethnic tribes living in Manipur

The healers of the Zeliangrong group usually use the leaves of plants to treat diseases due to all-year availability.

Potential treatment for chikungunya could be lurking in tamarind seeds: Study
science

Potential treatment for chikungunya could be lurking in tamarind seeds: Study

The antiviral targets a sugar molecule on the virus that is critical to the process of infection.

President gives nod to ordinance disbanding Medical Council of India; interim board to take over defunct body
India

President gives nod to ordinance disbanding Medical Council of India; interim board to take over defunct body

The Centre took to the ordinance route as it failed to get the National Medical Commission Bill passed in the Monsoon Session of Parliament this year despite it being listed.

Centre to push amended NMC Bill in Parliament: Will replacing MCI lead to redemption of medical education?
India

Centre to push amended NMC Bill in Parliament: Will replacing MCI lead to redemption of medical education?

Narendra Modi govt is determined to see the contentious NMC Bill pass, expected to be tabled in Parliament during the upcoming Monsoon Session.