Chinese Kite String Menace: Lives Hanging By A Thread?
A seven-year-old girl was killed in west Delhi's Paschim Vihar last week after her throat was slit by banned Chinese kite strings. In another incident, a man was injured after the string slashed his throat while he was on his scooter with his son. Even though the Chinese 'manjha' was banned by the National Green Tribunal in 2017, it is still widely sold. How is the killer 'manjha' freely available?
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Cricketer’s son recovers from Chinese manjha injury
Former Indian cricketer Maninder Singh’s son Arjun Singh, 24, was severely injured after a Chinese manjha cut him in Ghaziabad on Independence Day. His upper lip was torn, and his cheeks were slashed, leading to severe blood loss. Now, two weeks later, he has recovered after a successful surgery that restored the shape, alignment, and functions of the lips.
7 surgeries, 2 years after the accident, the woman regains use of her armm
It took seven reconstructive surgeries for Kirty Kishore (26) to get back what she had lost. In 2017, her world turned upside down when, while riding a two-wheeler, a crane fell on her right arm near a highway construction site in Ghazipur. The accident crushed her arm; the skin was damaged, tissues distorted, and bones and joints disoriented.
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A 40-yr-old infected by elephantiasis 10 years ago gets to walk again.
A 40-year-old man who had developed elephantiasis in his leg a decade ago and could not walk since then has got a new lease of life. After successful surgeries at Max Hospital, Patparganj can now walk. After a road accident 10 years ago, the patient underwent an operation on the left groin. Which resulted in disruption of the lymph nodes (lymphatics), and he developed lymphedema or elephantiasis because of accumulation of excessive fluids. He visited several hospitals across Delhi-NCR but was told that the doctors there could do nothing to cure his debilitating condition.
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Is Your Skin Ageing Too Fast? It Could Be Photoageing; Know What This Is And Prevention Steps You Must Try
Skin Care: There can be multiple reasons behind premature aging. It could be photoaging if you notice signs and symptoms of aging at an early age. Read here to know what leads to photoaging and various prevention steps. You cannot avoid the signs of aging with time. Wrinkles, fine lines, pigmentation, and age spots are some signs of aging visible on your skin.
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Safe & Effective Mesotherapy Hair Treatment For Thicker and Stronger Hair
In some people, hair loss and breakage start very early. The weakening of hair follicles is usually the cause of hair fall. If your body lacks essential nutrients, your hair will gradually fall and may even lead to baldness. Try mesotherapy treatment if you are tired of using all hair care products such as shampoos, conditioners, oils, serums, medicines, etc. It is a safe medical treatment that professionals do. It helps revive hair health to regain thick, strong, and bouncy hair.
Delhi hospitals see 3-4 times rise in cases of self-inflicted wounds
The restrictions placed on normal social activities by the Covid-19 pandemic - and the resulting reduction in incomes, job losses, and strained relations - are leading to an increase in people inflicting injuries on themselves. At least, that is what the data from three major hospitals, AIIMS New Delhi, Max Patparganj, and Max Vaishali, indicates. "Cases of personal injuries went up three to four times in the lockdown period," Dr. Manoj Johar, director and head of the plastic surgery units at both Max Patparganj and Max Vaishali.
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