More hospital staff tests positive for coronavirus in Punjab

LAHORE: At least 22 doctors, nurses, and paramedic staff have tested positive for coronavirus at a hospital in Punjab. According to details, 7 doctors, 7 nurses and 8 paramedic staff who had been treating COVID-19 patients have been diagnosed with

Two doctors infected with COVID-19 at Karachi’s NICH hospital

KARACHI: At least two doctors have been tested positive with novel coronavirus at the National Institute of Child Health (NICH). Along with the infected doctors, the working staff has also been quarantined. The emergency of the NICH was closed for an

Doctors’ advice

Doctors, nurses and paramedical staff are on the frontlines in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. As the government hints at an ease in the lockdown, the medical community has come forward urging to reconsider the decision and convince people

Google Doodle thanks doctors, health workers fighting COVID-19

SEATTLE: Google is continuing the series of animated doodles to thank doctors and health workers around the world for combating COVID-19 during the ongoing pandemic. Last week, the company released a simple and moving advertisement saying thank you to all

Pregnant woman dies in hospital over negligence of doctors

DADU: Police booked civil surgeon, additional civil surgeon and in-charge of gynecological ward at Dadu Civil Hospital on Sunday on charges of delaying operation of a pregnant woman, which possibly led to her death. A-Section police lodged the FIR against

Doctors advised immediate shifting of Nawaz abroad: PML-N

LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb has said that the doctors suggested to immediately shift former prime minister Nawaz Sharif abroad for his better treatment.  Marriyum Aurangzeb  said, “Nawaz Sharif’s health is deteriorating with every passing day.” Aurangzeb

Diabetes in urban population higher than rural

LAHORE: There are more people with diabetes in the urban area as compared to the rural regions. According to Diabetes management centre head Prof Khadija Irfan, every fifth person is unaware of diabetes until they are advised by doctors to