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Shilpi Marwaha is one of the most well known names in the Delhi Theatre Circuit, having worked as a theatre artist and activist for the past decade.

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Healthians & Yuvraj Singh's foundation join hands against cancer this World Health Day
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Healthians & Yuvraj Singh's foundation join hands against cancer this World Health Day

Healthians, India's doorstep diagnostic test leader and Yuvraj Singh's YouWeCan have joined hands to fight cancer this World Health Day by easing the burden of diagnostic tests on cancer patients by offering up to 50 per cent discount on their regular blood tests which is over seven per cent additional discount on existing offers at Healthians throughout the year. The patient needs to show a recent report proving their status as a cancer patient to avail the same.

Healthians frontline workers and staff in Delhi NCR get vaccinated for COVID-19
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Healthians frontline workers and staff in Delhi NCR get vaccinated for COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has unleashed a global health and humanitarian crisis like no other claiming lakhs of lives in India. It has pushed healthcare providers to the wall, adversely affecting their operations and service delivery.

Lockdown led to better heart health in masses: Report
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Lockdown led to better heart health in masses: Report

New Delhi, Oct 2 The unavailability of processed, packaged foods and a shift in the everyday lifestyle of Ind ...

Healthians resumes doorstep health test services; announces zero collection fees
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Healthians resumes doorstep health test services; announces zero collection fees

As India battles corona, the ones with special needs such as expecting mothers, chronic heart patients among others have not been able to access health test services. State authorities realised this concern and allowed healthcare services companies to operate pan-India.

Indian men prone to lifestyle diseases in their 30s
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Indian men prone to lifestyle diseases in their 30s

While men in India are prone to develop lifestyle diseases in their 30s, women tend to develop them a couple of decades later - in their 50s, says a study.

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