• Alexander Graham Bell Inventor of telephone A Great Aid to Healthcare

    Through telephone, sitting in India you can hear someone speaking in America! On the other hand, about one and a half centuries ago, the entire concept of talking to a person through a device was unimaginable. And now we cannot even imagine our lives without a telephone. It has become as important as food, clothing and shelter. The thought that something like telephone can be invented is itself a great discovery.
  • Celebrate Rene Laennec, The Father of Clinical Auscultation

    Rene Laennec, a French Physician gave medical science a discovery that is unmatched and will remain in the medical history forever. A child born on 17th February 1781, who suffered from childhood asthma and pyrexia, never knew that he himself will discover a device that will be used to examine chest and detect pulmonary ailments. He discovered the “stethoscope” a much have companion of all doctors since then.

  • World Leprosy Day!

    The day was initiated in 1954 by French philanthropist and writer, Raoul Follereau, as a way to raise global awareness of this deadly ancient disease and call attention to the fact that it can be prevented, treated and cured.