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Up Again After Stroke

A lot is being spoken about the prevention of stroke. Almost everyone is aware of the risk factors and the discipline it demands to reduce the chances of occurrence of stroke. But when the stroke strikes, it is devastating. This year's theme on the ‘World Stroke Day’ is all about giving hope to them who [...]

The Mission “Of Golden hour”

Golden hour is an initiative of Brains, to create awareness, prevention, response, and standardization of Emergency care and life saving measures. Mass casualty management is one of the important objectives. Managing Mass causality is altogether a different ball game, with many challenges, like process, protocol, training, resources, execution, monitoring and quality controls. Golden hour has [...]

Don’t mix drinking and driving

This poem made me cry. The end is very true. Please make your kids read it too. I went to a party Mom, I remembered what you said. You told me not to drink Mom, So I drank soda instead. I really felt proud inside Mom, The way you said I would. I didn’t drink […]

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What is the Neuroendocrine Tumour?

The news that superstar Irrfan Khan is battling neuroendocrine tumor has shaken his fans world wide. What causes the disease? Who are at risk? What are the symptoms and risk factors? How is it diagnosed and treated? Get all the latest in this expert article by renowned neurosurgeon Dr N K Venkataramana in an article [...]
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What Does It Mean to Be a Doctor Today?

Dr. NK Venkataramana explains about the challenges of being a doctor at a time when the medical industry is growing too fast, and providing quality healthcare is becoming difficult in an article published in Indiamed Today. What Does It Mean to Be a Doctor Today? Indiamed Today - Sunday, 1 July 2018 In the current [...]
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Vision stroke leaves woman in darkness; surgery revives sight

Path-breaking diagnosis and surgery at BRAINS restores lost vision in 30 year old Chartered Accountant who was diagnosed with vision stroke. Story covered in Times of India. Click here for the article link. Vision stroke leaves woman in darkness; surgery revives sight Times City - Wednesday, 27 Jun 2018 Path-breaking diagnosis and surgery at BRAINS [...]
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International Day of Yoga 2018

Yogasanas have a direct relation with the nervous system, which in turn helps in maintaining a healthy body. Dr NK Venkataramana writes about yoga and its benefits for the brain and overall health. Click here and get the article links. Yoga calms Brain Prajavani - Thursday, 21 Jun 2018 Read more... Asanas and Pranayama, One [...]
Brains Centre launch at Suyog Hospital Mysuru

Brains centre launch at Suyog Hospital Mysuru

The future of neuro and spine care has arrived in Mysore with Brains starting its state-of-the-art super-specialty centre at the Suyog Hospital. This centre of excellence will offer gold standard care for all brain and spine conditions round-the-clock backed by cutting edge technology and world renowned doctors. The inauguration of Brains in Mysore comes a [...]

Commercial Biscuits/Drinks in the market – a boon or a bane

What prompted me to write this post ?? Well, I came across a post where some public health experts in India have urged a popular actor in the country to dissociate himself in recommending a particular brand of commercial biscuits to children. WHY? It undermines nutrition from natural foods for children and this particular brand […]

Cell phones put teens at risk

World Brain Tumor Day: Constant exposure to mobile phone radiation is dangerous for teens and children. It leads to rise in brain tumors. Dr NK Venkatarmana explains about the risk and preventive aspects in an article published in the Deccan Chronicle. Click here.