Dr Armida Fernandez has a link to Mumbai’s Dharavi which is as long as it’s deep. For in the 25 years she has worked in the nearby Sion Hospital, the services that she rendered and her courage have meant the difference between life and death for thousands of Dharavi dwellers. The slum’s population bludgeoned during […]

The Supreme Court on Monday gave the government nine months to replace the thrice-a-week dosage norm of tuberculosis drugs with a daily dosage regimen as recommended by WHO, to curb relapse and combat drug-resistance. A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India J.S. Khehar directed the government to ensure that efforts are made so that […]


Though it’s nice to hope for the best in the year that’s still in its first month, there’s no point in turning your face away from potential threats- like these five diseases that could turn dangerous in 2017. Leishmaniasis Lesimaniasis has historically been known as “Aleppo boil.” It’s a parasitic infection which has recently caught […]

“DaliyRounds invites Doctors/Professors from all Specialities for conducting NEET training sessions.” As you know, academic session from DailyRounds is now the largest Academic network of Doctors. We have young Doctors from over 18 countries in our platform. To spread the practice of Evidence based medicine we are launching a lecture series with focus on practice […]

NEET PG - 2017 Toppers

It looks like God’s Own Country has much more than scenic beauty to offer. The All India NEET PG Medical Entrance Exam 2017 results came out on last Friday, and the first three places were bagged by three brilliant natives of Kerala. Dr. Shabnam Safeer from Trivandrum Medical College has bagged the first rank. She […]


The national consumer disputes redressed commission has said that if a patient dies or sustains a permanent ailment despite due care being provided by a doctor, the doctor can’t be held guilty of medical negligence. The ruling came against an appeal made against a hospital in Chennai for medical negligence. The commission said that what […]


An estimated 2.5 million people in India have earned bits of medical knowledge by working as a doctor’s assistant or from a chemist or even a relative. These people prefer to be called doctors and treat patients-especially in rural areas where a real doctor is not to be found. They are among the ones who […]