Children’s Cancers are rare compared to those in adults. Worldwide, around 3 lakh children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer every year and 80% of them live in developing countries.
World Cancer Day is celebrated every year on February 4th with the intention to ensure people living with cancer are not forgotten.
Dubai, Jan 30: VVK Babu, a resident of Bekal in Kasaragod district, was a 19-year-old boy, when he visited Dubai, where his cousin lived. It was meant to be a short holiday and he had planned to fly back after “having a look around”. However, an unexpected job offer came up, Babu accepted it. This incident happened in 1977.
Chennai, Dec 29: It was on the 2018 New year eve actor Rajinikanth confirmed his political entry and said he would start a party ahead of 2021 Assembly elections and contest all the 234 seats in Tamil Nadu.
A waste collector in collaboration with Plastics For Change India Foundation got himself a home built completely with recycled plastic waste at Pacchandy on the outskirts of the city in Dakshina Kannada. The Plastics For Change India Foundation, which has been working to develop and improve the quality of life of informal waste collectors across the coastal belt of Karnataka, has constructed a...
Mohammed Meeran, Chairman of EMCO International, A Dubai based business man having lived 47 years in UAE hailing from a business family from Shiroor Karnataka was bestowed with the prestigious Karnataka Rajyotsava Award 2020 by the Government of Karnataka for his social work and contributions towards the welfare of the local community.
Mangaluru, Nov 3: St Agnes College (Autonomous) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Kanara Chambers of Commerce and Industry. They are the apex body in the region and along with members are working towards making the region of Dakshina Kannada congenial for sustained economic activities by entrepreneurs, business houses and corporates, leading to better employment, better utilization of resources and balanced inclusive growth of this region.
The breast is a mass of glandular, fibrous and fatty tissue. It is placed over the pectoral (chest) muscle and attached by ligaments called Cooper’s ligaments. Development of these parts of the breast begin at puberty and are dependent on hormones such as estrogen and progesterone. Women may have many changes in their breast during any point of their life. Some are dependent on their menstrual cycle. Others are linked to birth control pills, hormone replacement therapy, family history or lifestyle changes. Most breast conditions are not cancer. They arise from an abnormality in the normal development and ageing of breast tissue.
The booming market for digital devices has flooded us with plenty of options to choose from, for various purposes ranging from entertainment to educational and professional uses. Mobile phones, tablets, laptops and video gaming devices have come to play an important part in our daily lives, however, they have also impacted our lifestyles, resulting in some new types of health issues. One of the...
Mangaluru, Sept 26: Taking up medicine and becoming a doctor is a challenge for many youngsters these days, as the profession faces the onslaught of new diseases and viral pandemics like Covid-19. It also has to deal with social miscreants taking law into their hands and physically attacking doctors for silly reasons.