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The city may be enjoying a rare chilly spell this winter but a large number of Kolkatans have come under the weather ever since the mercury started plunging last week.

There has been a near four-fold spurt in the number of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) cases, congestive heart failure and asthma patients across the city's private hospitals — the elderly and children have been affected more than the rest.

Mercy Healthcare always promotes 'Prevention is better than cure', so Visit our hospital today and get your body checked now.
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"Praise the LORD, Give thanks to the Lord, For he is good, his love endures forever." - Psalm 106:1

Today at Mercy Hospital, the Founder along with the Board members, staff, students and well wishers gathered together to celebrate and rejoice one of the eminent events of the year ' Thanks Giving Programme'.

Thanksgiving seems to bring out the best in us. In such occasions we felicitate our Staff children for scoring colors in their respective board exams, staffs who completed 25 glorious years of service and also those who achieved their retirement.
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12/30/17
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Have a Blessed Christmas
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The early morning fog and the rise in particulate matter have led to a spurt in No. of COPD ( Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) and asthma cases in the city. Patients having respiratory distress are finding it difficult to cope up with the polluted air.

To prevent your lungs from the contaminated air, visit Mercy Healthcare and talk to the experts today!
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Do you have sharply demarcated yellowish deposit of fat underneath your skin or around the eyelid? You may likely to have Xanthelasma.

Mercy Hospital's General Medicine Specialist Prof. Dr. S N Burman talks about the diagnosis and treatment of Xanthelasma. Read more in today's Pratidin (a leading Bengali newspaper)
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DON'T GOBBLE YOUR FOOD!!

If you are a fast eater, you may want to slow down!
According to a Japanese study presented at American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2017, people who gobble their food are more likely to develop metabolic syndrome and a cluster of risk factors.

Visit Mercy Hospital to learn ways of adopting preventive lifestyle and also avail our Obesity Packages @ Rs. 1500/- only
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Mercy Healthcare 'WINNER' ~ “CSR EXCELLENCE AWARD” in the Category of "EXCELLENCE IN HEALTHCARE" at INDYWOOD EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2017
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12/4/17
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Mercy Hospital joined the global community in observing World AIDS Day on December 1, 2017.

Our nursing students propagated the urgent and desperate need to eradicate this plague that has been called a silent killer, through distributing red ribbons to the mass - Patients, Corporate, Bystanders, Staff and others.
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12/2/17
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Today, we observe World AIDS Day—we stand in solidarity with the 78 million people who have become infected with HIV and remember the 35 million who have died from AIDS-related illnesses since the first cases of HIV were reported.

We are winning against the AIDS epidemic, but we are not seeing progress everywhere. The number of new HIV infections is not declining among adults, with young women particularly at risk of becoming infected with HIV.

AIDS is not over, but it can be if we tailor the response to individual needs at particular times in life. Whatever our individual situation may be, we all need access to the tools to protect us from HIV and to access antiretroviral medicines should we need them. A life-cycle approach to HIV that finds solutions for everyone at every stage of life can address the complexities of HIV. Risks and challenges change as people go through life, highlighting the need to adapt HIV prevention and treatment strategies from birth to old age.

The success we have achieved so far gives us hope for the future, but as we look ahead we must remember not to be complacent. We cannot stop now. The world has committed to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 as part of the Sustainable Development Goals.

This is the time to move forward together to ensure that all children start their lives free from HIV, that young people and adults grow up and stay free from HIV and that treatment becomes more accessible so that everyone stays AIDS-free.
Mercy Hospital is with You!
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