Dr. James T. McCracken, professor of child psychiatry at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, told Healthline it is currently difficult to diagnose ADHD in the very young.
“It is probably and most difficult to make a diagnosis of ADHDRead More
AIDS is a disease of human immune system caused by infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The initial symptoms of this disease may be a brief period of influenza like illness. AIDS is a disease which may be continued a prolonged period without any symptoms.Read More
Not everyone is equally privileged like you and a lot of people live life in shambles in complete destitute. It is unfortunate that they are born unprivileged and do not get a platform to step up and rise in life. Those people are not fortunate enough to get good education, get a well paying jobRead More
There are huge positive effects occurs when people come forward to help the needy people. There are several charities and Ngo are running their wide activities and supportive platform that allows people to get connected with the needy person.
There are plenty of charitableRead More
Health should be always 1st priority in our life. Because without a healthy body a person can’t be full confident in the life. And to become healthy our body weight should be balanced according to the height. In our whole body removing tummy fat is the biggest challenge. ManyRead More
Agnihotra is a Yagnya to be performed throughout your life, everyday regularly at sunrise and sunset. All other Yagnyas are time bound and are performed for achieving a certain purpose. Not so with Agnihotra which is to be performed every morning and evening without a break allRead More
A country is full of different culture, old rituals and little old spicy things. A country is different from another one due to culture, language and their fashion. Every country is trying the best to move forward and become the best one. You may have wondered that what a country needs to beRead More
In the present time, many people are dealing with several types of diseases that exist in the society due to unsafe sex and many other reasons. The increasing numbers of the patient that are affecting with Sexually transmitted diseases are more in these times.
There are plenty ofRead More
There are many phases of life. Sometimes it becomes too tough to tackle everything in life. To be very specific it is often observed that people had to face hard times and this is a very crucial period. If it is seen that anybody is in great problem then it is the primary duty to save him andRead More
What are the Benefits of Helping the Poor & Needy People?
Millions of people are starving and forced to live a life in the absence of basic amenities. They do not have food, clothes, and homes to live safe and healthy. WhateverRead More
Editor's note: The deteriorating state of public healthcare in India means that an increasingly larger percentage of its citizens are being driven to the private sector for their medical needs. Mounting costs and decreasing availability of drugs is a major issue, but that's only theRead More
Pahoa: Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano spewed ash nearly six miles (9 kilometres) into the sky on Thursday and scientists warned this could be the first in a string of more violent explosive eruptions with the next possibly occurring within hours.
“This hasRead More
BENGALURU: Two missing Congress MLAs have been the butt of gossip from the time thegovernment formation Read More
As Pakistan announced 25 July to be the date for Read More
Lack of social hygiene and an anti-science attitude among people is bringing back several infectious diseases that were eradicated decades ago in Kerala, said public health activist Dr B Eqbal.
“While everybody is focusing on Nipah, there are cases of dengue, rat fever, chickenRead More
The primary indicator of the state of the economy in a developing country like India is the gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate.
The government recently released data for the January – March quarter (Q4), and India’s GDP growth rate now stands at 7.7 percent. This isRead More
At the fourth meetingof NITI Aayog's Governing Council on Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi strongly defended the NDA's 'cooperative federalism-based' approach to governance, asserting that under his rule, the states had received Rs 11 lakh crore, whichRead More
WASHINGTON — President Trump caved to enormous political pressure on Wednesday and signed an executive order meant to end the separation of families at the border by detaining parents and children together for an indefinite period.
“We’re going to have strong —Read More
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited AIIMS in Delhi today to meet former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who is undergoing treatment at the hospital. He also laid the foundation stone of the National Centre for Ageing at the medical center which will be built in a year and a halfRead More
The Supreme Court (SC) on Wednesday unanimously ruled that the elected government in Delhi has the real power, not Lieutenant-Governor Anil Baijal. The verdict is no doubt a victory for Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).
Full statehood for Delhi may still beRead More
With a spate of drug-related deaths reported from across Punjab in the past few weeks, officials have issued orders banning sale of syringes without doctor’s prescription in several districts of Punjab.
Till the filing of this report, orders were issued in Fazilka, Bathinda,Read More
Jaipur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will seek feedback from around 2.5 lakh beneficiaries of central and state run public welfare schemes here on Saturday.
Modi, at the `Pradhan Mantri Jansanwad programme` at Amrudoon ka Bagh here, will have one-on-one meetings with beneficiaries ofRead More
A woman died after she was attacked by a wild bison in Sattari district ofRead More
Rescuers combed through mud-covered hillsides andRead More
Mae Sai (Thailand): Two days after 12 boys and their soccer coach disappeared inside a cave complex in Thailand’s mountainous north, a team of Thai Royal Navy SEALs headed before sunrise into the pitch-black maze of muddy passages to find them.
Will a time come when one can think of a destination in Chhattisgarh while planning a family vacation? And, what could that place be? "Bastar, and soon", came the reply from chief minister Raman Singh, even before the question could beRead More
Editor's note: A recent NITI Aayog report on India's water resources presented an alarming state of affairs. The country, according to the think tank, is in the grip of the worst water crisis in its history, with 600 million Indians faced with "high to extreme water stress",Read More
Disgruntled San Antonio playmaker Kawhi Leonard is going to the Toronto Raptors in a blockbuster NBA trade deal sending DeMar DeRozan to the Spurs, the Raptors and Spurs confirmed Wednesday.
The move sends forward Leonard and guard Danny Green to Toronto for DeRozan, Austrian big manRead More
After a meeting of the extended Congress Working Committee (CWC). the party sent out a message to its current and potential allies that Rahul Gandhi is their leader and that he will be their prime ministerial face in 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The meeting also emphasised that tie-ups wereRead More
AHMEDABAD: The Goods and Services Tax is set to become a big challenge for the otherwise "financially prudent" Gujarat once the 14 per cent compensation commitment of the centre winds up, 15th Finance Commission Chairman NK Singh said on Monday.
"One of the big challenges
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that India will gift a cancer therapy machine to Uganda as a token of love.
"As a token of our love towards people of Uganda, Indian Government has decided to gift a cancer therapy machine to the Uganda Cancer Institute in Kampala, which
The number and rate of women migrating within India are increasing; it has been on the rise over the past three decades in rural and urban areas; at the same time, the ratio of adult male migrants to adult population has decreased.
These are among the findings in a new paper, whichRead More
The Pune Municipal Corporation’s (PMC’s) efforts to reduce the emission of carbon may not have yielded much result, as a recent report tabled in the civic body’s general body states that urbanisation has led to an almost 29 per cent increase in the emission of carbon and otherRead More
Mataram: More than 500 hikers and their guides have been successfully evacuated from an Indonesian volcano after a deadly earthquake triggered landslides that trapped them on the mountain, officials said on Monday.
Tonnes of rock and mud were dislodged on Mount RinjaniRead More
The quality of river Ganga's bathing water in Varanasi, the constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was found to be within the acceptable limits in the last four years, Satya Pal Singh, Union Minister of State for Water Resources and Ganga Rejuvenation saidRead More
United Nations: The UN Security Council is poised to back a US proposal aimed at removing some of the hurdles that tough sanctions on North Korea have thrown up in the way of delivering humanitarian aid, according to documents obtained by AFP.
New Delhi: Telecom regulator TRAI has asserted that 4G and 5G services will drive demand for spectrum in the next round of auctions, contesting the view that financially-stressed firms are likely to tread cautiously despite steep price cuts for several previously unsoldRead More
Mumbai: Contrary to news reports Jet Airways (India) Ltd won't be going in for a salary cut of its employees. Staff salaries for July were released on Friday, media reports said.
Employees are not in favour of a pay cut to help the airline tide over financial woes faced as it isRead More
Ailing DMK chief M Karunanidhi’s health condition has been declining, a Read More
New Delhi: The Delhi Commission for Women has set up an expert committee to conduct a detailed social audit of all shelter homes in the capital after sexual abuse cases at such homes in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh came to light.
The DCW said the committee, comprising academicians, lawyers,Read More
A Republican clung to a narrow lead in aRead More
Battleground Ohio wasRead More
Hours after DMK president and former Tamil Nadu chief minister M Karunanidhi passed away on Tuesday, his son and political heir M K Stalin asked: “This one time, can I call you Appa?” In an emotional poem to his father, Stalin recounted how he addressed his father asRead More
Mumbai: Facing financial headwinds, in a rare development, Jet Airways has deferred announcing the June quarter numbers to an unspecified late date.
In a BSE filing late on Thursday evening, the Naresh Goyal-run airline, which had its AGM in earlier in the day,Read More
New Delhi: Countering the picture projected by Opposition of a gloomy economic situation and claims of rising unemployment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that more than one crore jobs have been created in the last one year, hence, the campaign of lack of jobs needs to stop now.Read More
NEW DELHI: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu today visited AIIMS to enquire about the health condition of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who has been undergoing treatment at the premier institute.
Mr Vajpayee's condition is critical and he has been put on life-support
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan urged the government for additional help as Kerala deals with the aftermath of the worst floods the state has seen in a century. The state is now bracing for the mammoth task of the reconstruction of destroyed homes and roads.
Interim Director of CBI Nageshwar Rao (in front) attended inaugural session of the workshop which the agency said will help officers "achieve their full potential".
An Art of Living workshop has been organised by CBI in its headquarters for its officers. TheRead More
Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018), which is touted to be the world's "first back quad camera" cell phone, was propelled in India on Tuesday. The handset sports four separate back cameras with a setup highlighting fax, expansive, and profundity sensors. There is likewise aRead More