E-clinic will provide healthcare services in nine villages across Bareilly, Kashipur, Saharanpur, Dehradun, PilibhitTattvan, a telemedicine healthcare e-clinic, is connecting its healthcare services in nine villages across their existing centres (Bareilly, Kashipur, Saharanpur, Dehradun and Pilibhit) to provide good medical treatment in the remote areas. Keeping in mind the poverty level and realising the necessity of a good medical treatment, all the healthcare services are provided at a minimal cost of Rs 90.Tattvan’s team of experts personally visited the Gram Pradhan’s of villages to educate them about how Tattvan E-clinics can be helpful in providing better healthcare facilities to them. Patients visiting Tattvan E-Clinics are being examined by doctors, while the full-time doctors and nurses are present to ensure quality consultations through video conferencing and telemedicine technology. The quick services with special features of Tattvan E-clinics like automated patient follow-ups which ensures the best treatment for patients in remote areas.Ayush Mishra, CEO and Co-Founder, Tattvan said, “Non-qualified doctors are practising with ease and making money by misguiding and giving wrong treatments to poor patients have raised the need of quality healthcare requirement across remote areas in India. With the help of Gram Sewa Kendra, we started our new service initiative in nine villages across all our centres. Tattvan provides them right advice with qualified doctors at very nominal charges of Rs 90.”“We’ve found success everywhere we’ve opened our clinics. Statistically, we have registered a growth of 70-100 per cent month-on-month basis since the establishment of our e-clinic’s in Bareilly, Kashipur, Dehradun, Saharanpur and Kabul. Owing to such great response, we are confident of reiterating our success across other Indian states as well. We thrive to become a beacon of hope in bringing quality healthcare across India.” added Mishra. Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Tattvan E-Clinics to provide healthcare services in villages Read Article By EH News Bureau on July 3, 2019 News Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Comments (0) Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Share BareillyDehradune-clinicshealthcare servicesKashipurPilibhitSaharanpurTattvantelemedicine Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Related Posts Add Comment
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — The Chicago Cubs will face the Pittsburgh Pirates in next year’s Little League Classic. Panama’s Adam Villarreal (5) high fives Philadelphia Phillies Carlos Santana and Asdrubal Cabrera during player introductions of their game against Japan in an International pool play baseball game at the Little League World Series tournament in South Williamsport, Pa., Sunday, Aug. 19, 2018. Japan won the game 4-2. (AP Photo/Tom E. Puskar) The game will be held at Bowman Field on Aug. 18, 2019. The Cubs and Pirates will attend Little League World Series games earlier in the day.The matchup was announced Sunday night during the Mets-Phillies game in Williamsport. It will once again be part of ESPN’s Sunday night schedule.Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred says the Little League Classic “has been a fun summer highlight for baseball the past two years.”Bowman Field, home of the Phillies’ team in the Class A New York-Penn League, is about five miles from the site of the Little League World Series. It’s the second-oldest minor league ballpark in the U.S.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/tag/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes throws a pass during the first half of an NFL preseason football game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Gary Landers)After a dud of a game last week, Sept. 9, in which the Steelers tied the hapless Cleveland Browns, the Black and Gold come back home to play the 1-0 Kansas City Chiefs, who went into Los Angeles and handled the favored Chargers.The Steelers, looking for their first victory of the season, while also trying to avoid their first loss of the season, will need to get more out of their offense if they want to have a chance in this one.Here are the keys to a Steeler victory:After last week, how can anything other than protecting the football be number one on this list? The six turnovers last week, five by Ben Roethlisberger, were the reason the Steelers blew the game. They cannot do that again if they want to even remain in this contest. If Roethlisberger continues to play like that, this team will be in trouble. It won’t happen again, however. Ben will come out and shred the Chiefs defense. Don’t worry about his “elbow injury,” Ben will be fine.The defense played well last week but the one thing they could have done more of is create turnovers. I think they’ll need to get at least two turnovers this week against a potent Chiefs offense, led by Patrick Mahomes. Despite looking good last week, the lack of turnovers from the defense certainly hurt the team in the end. It’s been a problem in recent years and one that must be turned around starting now. This team has the capability to make splash plays on defense and they better show it against Mahomes and company.The defense will have their hands full with Tyreek Hill and they must find a way to contain the burner, who went for 169 yards in last week’s game. He’s a threat on offense and special teams and can change the game on any play. Keeping him to 5 catches and 50 yards should be a goal for the Black and Gold. Does the defense have anyone capable of stopping Hill? I fear Keith Butler may lack the ability to even scheme for Hill and if he can’t find a way to at least contain the Chiefs receiver, it could be a long day. The best defense for Hill will be to pressure Mahomes and force fast throws.Ben Roethlisberger needs to throw less than 30 times on Sunday. If he can throw in the mid 20’s and allow the running game to lead the way, the Steelers will come out on top. If he throws it over 30 times, it usually means a loss for the Steelers. Ben is still talented, one of the best in the league, despite what some national media folks say, but the running game needs to control the tempo. James Conner—After an impressive first start, how will he follow it up? I’m not worried about the fumble he had. Yes it was costly, but 192 total yards was pretty impressive as well, I’d say.TJ Watt—After a 3.5 sack performance, can Watt keep the pressure on and get another sack or two? Mahomes is mobile and the defense is going to need to keep him in the pocket.Bud Dupree—Dupree had one of his better games as a pro last week. Can he follow that up again this week with a stellar performance?The Inuries— Roethlisberger, David DeCastro and Joe Haden are all nursing injuries after last week. How effective will they be, if they play?The Steelers may not have officially lost last week but it sure did feel like one to anyone who watched the game. The Chiefs are a tougher test for them and a team who is very capable of beating them in Pittsburgh.That said, the Steelers are too motivated this week to allow a loss to happen. The Steelers will win this game, 31-20. Here are a few things to watch: MIKE PELAIA
Like us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlFollow @NewPghCourier on Twitter https://twitter.com/NewPghCourier SAFETY TERRELL EDMUNDS breaks up a pass during the Steelers/Seahawks game, Sept. 15. (Photo by Courier photographer Brian Cook Sr.)by Bill Neal, For New Pittsburgh Courier:10—What goes around…comes around! That’s one of many old sayings that got to be an old saying because they’re true. And as it relates to Antonio Brown, nothing could be more true! #1. A.B. dogs the Steeler players, coach and ownership to get out of town. #2. Throws a TV out a hotel window (allegedly) that could have killed somebody. #3 “Plays” the brass in Oakland to get out of Raider duty. #4. BTW, and I know you forgot about this…shows up three hours late for a personal appearance at Children’s Hospital here in Pittsburgh. Children’s Hospital? C’mon man! #5. And now accusations of sexual assault and rape. Must remember… what goes around comes around!:09—First, this about Pitt football. Someone, who will remain nameless (Kevin Cameron), said without hesitation on our sports talk show, “Soul Take—Champions Live,” that Kenny Pickett, the Pitt quarterback, was not a Divison I quarterback. Wellllll, apparently if you throw for 300-plus yards against one of the top-ranked Penn State Nittany Lions in a game that Pitt should have won…means I was right yet again. Pickett is a D-1 talent and proved it. Now don’t get it twisted, he’s not the second coming of Dan Marino but he’ll do.:08—Here’s the parts you can’t blame on Pickett. #1. They brought in a new offensive coordinator, Mark Whipple, and the offensive calls are still predictable. #2. Fourth-and-1 one the 1-yard-line, down seven and you kick a field goal in what might be the last state brawl in the for-see-able future? And he missed the kick anyway! C’mon…C’mon…C’mon Man!!! #3. Your defense has arrived. Find a running game. 24 yards all day ain’t gonna cut it. #4. Just curious, do you have a tight end? #5. You will never, never, never-ever see Jackie Sherill holding hands in prayer mold hoping for a victory. Fellas…where’s the Panther in ya? I am just saying.:07—Speaking of what up. Let’s talk Steelers. Same question, you’re fourth-and-1 on the one with what’s supposed to be the best O-Line in football and you can’t get one yard. Here’s an extra c’mon man for you.:06—That being said, and in an attempt to stop the bleeding…Hey Pittsburgh, do you have a tight end? I thought Bush was brought in to stop the slants across the middle. And on the offense…why are you not starting James Washington at wide receiver?:05—Hustler, Hustler, Hustler! If you need more information than that about J-Lo’s new movie you need to stop going to the movies. I give it 99 basketballs (Jennifer call me back, please).:04—If you know of a City League athlete that would be considered “Best of the Best” call their name in—412-628-4856. The Pittsburgh City League Hall of Fame Inductions are coming up Saturday, Nov. 2.:03—This just in. Your Pirates are now mathematically, officially eliminated from the playoffs. (and not a moment too soon.):02—OK…Look…You all know I am an equal opportunity man…and if you had seen me at Slippery Rock University back in the day, you would know how true that is (big smile). Anyway, all that being said, can’t we find a small, tight, shifty, swift, elusive, really fast, Black guy to run back kicks? Nothing personal to the word, “no dis” to Ryan Switzer, but, it’s kind of our thing…I am just saying! OK, alright I take it back, I am sorry.:01—Be that as it may, you still have to vote Trump out of office regardless of my semi-racist comments.:00—GAME OVER.
@albert_roge Upd. at 17:25 Ruas is one of those — he normally plays his football for the youth side Sant Just Desvern. CEST The 12-year-old is taking part in the tournament with Mexican team RAFE, who have called on some players from Catalonia to help them complete their squad. Every day at MIC new players are discovered, whether through talent or the fact they have a connection to a professional footballer already. 29/03/2018 El ahijado de Ronaldinho participa en el MIC 18 On Wednesday, Ethan Mbappe was on display, the younger brother of Kylian who plays for Paris Saint-Germain’s U12 team. IN SPORT.ES On Thursday, it was the turn of Kilian Ruas Pérez, the son of Barcelona’s legend Ronaldinho Gaúcho’s cousin. Albert Rogé As for the young Kilian, he has already scored two goals in the tournament. So far, Ronaldinho has not dropped in to see him, although his presence at the tournament has not been ruled out.