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Swine flu claims 36 more lives, death toll rises to 1,041

Feb 28, 2015

Swine flu claims 36 more lives, death toll rises to 1,041

Swine flu has claimed 36 more lives raising the toll to 1,041 even as the number of peopleaffected by the H1N1 virus in the country breached the 19,000 mark on Saturday. #NewsTracker #Health #Madhya Pradesh #Maharashtra #Health Ministry #death toll #Swine flu
Doctors should take lead in push to curb climate change  experts

Feb 28, 2015

Doctors should take lead in push to curb climate change experts

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Doctors should take the lead in supporting political efforts to cut the pace of climate change and encouraging more people to see the problem as a crucial issue for public health, experts say. With the 68th World Health Assembly coming up in May in Geneva, countries are poised to adopt the world's first resolution on air pollution and health, in an effort to reduce premature deaths linked to air pollution. #Business #facebook #United States #India #France #climate change #Russia #Health #markets #United Kingdom #Latin America #author
Highly processed foods like chocolates, French fries are most addictive, says study

Feb 28, 2015

Highly processed foods like chocolates, French fries are most addictive, says study

Highly processed foods such as chocolates, pizza and French fries are among the most addictive, according to a new study. #food #Health #Pizza #HealthBuzz #Chocolate #french fries #food addiction #Processed food
Lower back pain and depression may be genetic, finds new study

Feb 28, 2015

Lower back pain and depression may be genetic, finds new study

The commonly found association between low back pain and depression may actually be due to certain genetic factors, suggests a large new study of twins. #Health #genetic disorders #depression #Lower back pain #Depression is genetic

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How seats bought in private medical colleges make healthcare expensive in India

Dec 19, 2014

How seats bought in private medical colleges make healthcare expensive in India

It can be argued that not all seats in private medical colleges are sold from quotas allowed by the authorities but when they start their practice, they set a benchmark in fees and ways for their peers who won their seats on pure merit. #ConnectTheDots #Health #Education #Healthcare #Medical Council of India #MBBS #Private medical college