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20 Jun 2019

Preetinder’s interview

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Q1:For how long have you been associated with medECUBE? Ans:I have been associated with medECUBE since 15th November 2016 Q2:What part of your job do you like the most? Ans: It is a great feeling to assist families through some of the most difficult times in their lives and to work from behind to help … Continue reading “Preetinder’s interview”

20 Jun 2019

medECUBE helps patient from Uzbekistan

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Talha, a 34-year-old resident of Tashkent in Uzbekistan noticed in January, 2019 that his right testicle seemed different: hard and a bit tender. “I wasn’t sure what it was but I hoped it would go away on its own,” remembers Talha, who made an appointment with a urologist for further evaluation. Before that appointment, on … Continue reading “medECUBE helps patient from Uzbekistan”

20 Jun 2019

Understanding Pancreatic Tumors

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Several prominent members of the civil society – respected political leaders, film stars and IT industry pioneers in India and abroad have lately been diagnosed with pancreatic tumors leading to much public interest and headlines on the social media. The dignity and determination with which each one of them faced the disease shall be an … Continue reading “Understanding Pancreatic Tumors”

20 Jun 2019

Interview with Dr Rajiv Agarwal

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Dr Rajiv Agarwal is Senior Interventional Cardiologist with over 27 years of experience. He is currently working as Senior Director and Unit Head, Department of Cardiology, Max Smart Super Speciality hospital at Saket in New Delhi. He received his DM Cardiology training and degree from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi and … Continue reading “Interview with Dr Rajiv Agarwal”

20 Jun 2019

Prevalence of Smoking amongst the Youth – A Growing Concern by Dr. Samir Parikh

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Dr. Samir Parikh is a consultant psychiatrist and the Director of Department of Mental Health and Behavioural Sciences Fortis Healthcare, New Delhi, India. Dr. Samir Parikh is one of the most well-known psychiatrists in India with a prominent presence in the media with various columns in newspapers, interviews on television channels and websites. He has … Continue reading “Prevalence of Smoking amongst the Youth – A Growing Concern by Dr. Samir Parikh”

20 Jun 2019

Cigarette smoking

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“Giving up smoking is the easiest thing in the world. I know because I’ve done it thousands of times” – Mark Twain Cigarette consumption in developing countries has been rising over the last three or four decades. In some developing countries, the health effects of this increase in tobacco use are already evident. The proverbial … Continue reading “Cigarette smoking”

20 Jun 2019
Director’s Message

Director’s Message

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Dilpreet Brar, Director of medECUBE Healthcare India Pvt Ltd Welcome to the third edition of our monthly newsletter medECUBE Affinity. In this edition you will find the story of a patient from Uzbekistan suffering from Testicular cancer, whom medECUBE was able to help. I am grateful to Talha for allowing us to share his story in … Continue reading “Director’s Message”

05 Sep 2018

Importance of Office Ergonomics

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What is office ergonomics? Office ergonomics is all about the physical environment workers are exposed to and interact with. Implementing efficient ergonomic solutions at the workplace helps employees to be more comfortable and productive in their jobs Broad categories of office ergonomics are: – Working postures – Manual handling – Repetitive movements etc. – Temperature … Continue reading “Importance of Office Ergonomics”

17 Aug 2018

Dengue: Towards Prevention

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Monsoon is a welcome relief from the scorching Indian summer heat. The outset of monsoon and the first rain is celebrated by one and all – birds begin to chirp again after their hibernation, forests become alive and green again, and the poets, as they say, find their muse in the aroma of first rain. … Continue reading “Dengue: Towards Prevention”

06 Jul 2018

Steps Towards Preventing Suicides

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Suicides are a growing reality of our society. In the recent years, research has revealed suicide to be the 8th highest killer in the world. According to statistical data, 90% of those who commit suicide have an undiagnosed, untreated or partially treated psychiatric condition at a root cause. The number of suicides that we see … Continue reading “Steps Towards Preventing Suicides”

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