Tag: Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem

Musings on Dogs and Men!
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Musings on Dogs and Men!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD Being neither a dog-lover nor a dog-hater, little did I think that I would be writing about dogs and men today. But that was only until I read in yesterday’s SOM that our City Corporation is seriously planning to regulate dog ownership within the limits of Namma Mysuru. The…

The Nipah Virus Scare!
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The Nipah Virus Scare!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD Like a bolt from the blue, the spectre of the deadly Nipah virus infection which was almost unknown to most people has come into the limelight over the past two weeks. The first known outbreak of this disease was from the village of Nipah in Malaysia in the year…

Nine unique Brand Ambassadors!
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Nine unique Brand Ambassadors!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD A very unique event that took place in Namma Mysuru last Friday touched my heart very much and I’m sure it is going to touch yours too. Mi, a mobile phone company which hitherto used to sell all its products only online, launched a chain of thirteen retail showrooms…

Insulin Users, Beware!
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Insulin Users, Beware!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD If you are an Insulin user or have someone in your family who uses Insulin, please read this article very carefully. Studies and surveys have shown that at present India is only slightly behind China when it comes to the incidence of Diabetes and our country is actually on…

Loved by one & all but gone forever
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Loved by one & all but gone forever

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD In the recent and very untimely demise of Dr. M. Shivakumar Shetty, the medical fraternity of our State has lost a very lovable and unique person. Born on 12th March, 1953 at Bidar to Madivalappa N. Shetty and Pushpavathi, he studied under-graduate medicine at Bellary and completed his MD…

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