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Advances in Medical Technology Continue to Offer Improved Diagnostics and Treatments

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Few of the newest medical advancements in the medical field today; computed tomography (CT) methods such as nano-tomography, 3-D imaging of bone structure, and MicroNeedle technologies. Robotic surgical technologies like the daVinci System and CyberKnife technology offer the best in both diagnostic imaging and more effective medical treatment plans for global travelers seeking the best in affordable and quality medical care.

New, state-of-the-art medical equipment and tools offer medical patients today the chance to catch diseases like cancer earlier. Take the portable breast scanner developed by the University of Manchester based on radio frequency that can spot both malignant (cancerous) and benign (non-cancerous) breast tumors on home computers.

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Sept.-Oct., 2011
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Booming Medical Tourism in India

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India as a global healthcare destination. Consequently, it is expected that the country’s medical tourism market will grow at a CAGR of over 26% during 2011-2013.

India is a perfect destination for medical tourism that combines health treatment with visits to some of the most alluring and awe-inspiring places of the world. A growing number of tourists are flocking in large numbers because of the superlative medical care, equipments and facilities that India offers.

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May-June, 2011
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Anniversary is the celebration of trust, service and relation

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India‘s Healthcare Sector to Touch $77 Billion By 2012

India‘s healthcare sector is projected to grow at 23% annually to become a $77-billion industry.

The report, jointly prepared by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Assocham) and Yes Bank, says that India‘s healthcare industry has grown at 9.3% per annum during 2000-09.

"Driven by various catalysts such as increasing population, rising income levels, changing demographics and illness profile, the healthcare industry is expected to move to levels of $77 billion in the next three years
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March-April, 2011
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Reflection on Hospital Infrastructure

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By the year 2025, India would require nearly 10 million hopital beds in secondary and tertiary care needing investments to the tune of nearly USD 86 billion. However, at present less than 10,000 hospital beds are added every year and there is a healthcare gap to be addressed. This is a huge opportunity for the new generation of Medical Entrepreneurs to step forward to meet this gap.
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Jan-Feb. 2011
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DIABETES is linked to loss of libido and erectile dysfunction
Diabetes Has an Impact on Sex Life

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Middle aged and older adults are interested in sexual activity, but diabetes impairs libido and can result in erectile dysfunction. Many researchers say men diagnosed with diabetes are more likely to express a lack of interest in sex, but also to experience erectile dysfunction. Th e study found that about 70% of men and 62% of women with diabetes and sexual partners were found to engage in sexual activity two or three times a month - comparable to people without diabetes. 
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Nov-Dec. 2010
Unpasteurized Baugher's apple

Physiotherapy a dynamic science, is an integral part of
Modern Scientic Medicine

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Physiotherapy is a drugless therapy and has major role in prevention and medical rehabilitation of physically handicapped.  
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Sept-Oct. 2010
HPV Vaccine

Early to sleep & Early to rise makes a man
Healthy Wealthy & Wise...
Acid Reflux Bye! Bye!

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In this fast and modern life style, every body is busy with his own. Th ey don’t have enough time to take proper food on time they eat burger, pizza or junk food to save time and less sleeping may causes acidity, heart burn & gastritis. 
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July.-Aug. 2010
FDA Approves Cymbalta for
Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain

Dreaming of luxury treatment methods

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Hello and welcome once again to Medgate Today Magazine. I would like to open this issue of the Magazine by thanking all of you. The Publication has been nothing short of fantastic and we are grateful for the opportunity to continue bringing important health advice and information to all. 
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May-June, 2010
Vitamin D deficiency common in advanced cancer

HEALTH - TO THE PEOPLE

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INFO Media group is launching its new magazine on Medical and Health.
Ever since Medgate Today Magazine hit the news stands of Medical, Pharmaceuticals and Health sector, the iron curtain that stood between them and people from other walks of life seem to be giving away.  Read more...

March-April, 2010