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India’s Healthcare Sector: Solutions to Problems

India’s per capita income has witnessed significant rise from merely ?1,705 in 1960 to ?103,219 in 2016-17. Higher income levels have led to better living conditions and further improved the average Indian’s life expectancy from merely 32 years at independence, lower than even Africa’s average at 38 years, to a commendable 68 years today.

Chemical and Microbial Fingerprints in Forensics Science

Scientists at the UC San Diego School of Medicine and Center for Microbiome Innovation have combined technologies that detect the presence of microbes and chemicals to identify "who touched what" in a man-made space. The new method, reported in Scientific Reports, could have a variety of applications, including criminal profiling and environmental exposure studies.

Urothelial Cancer: New Non-Invasive Test Provides Early Detection

Urothelial cancers of the bladder and upper urinary tract are among the most common cancers encountered worldwide. In the U.S, urothelial cancers are among the most costly cancers to treat. With early diagnosis, followed by surgery, most urothelial cancers can be cured.

Now researchers have developed a highly sensitive and specific non-invasive test as a biomarker for early detection of urothelial cancers. Details of this method known as UroSEEK, are published in eLife.

Assessment of The Influence Of ICV On The Team Of ED Physicians

A study examines the negative workplace behavior, especially negative communication is a recognized problem in many organizations and is known to have a serious impact on workplace performance, productivity and personal wellbeing. Emergency Departments (ED) can be high-stress environments in which communication and perceptions of respect between physicians and other staff may underlie individual functioning.