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Ranchi patient served food on floor: Time to  introspect if we lost our humanity

Sep 24, 2016

Ranchi patient served food on floor: Time to introspect if we lost our humanity

The story comes replete with a blurred and indistinct shot of the back of the patient Palmati Devi who has a fractured hand in plaster and she is allegedly eating rice off the floor. #Health #InMyOpinion #Jharkhand #Humanity #Ranchi Institute of Medical Sciences #Palmati Devi
Delhi L-G Najeeb Jung visits hospitals as capital reels under chikungunya onslaught

Sep 18, 2016

Delhi L-G Najeeb Jung visits hospitals as capital reels under chikungunya onslaught

Lt Governor Najeeb Jung visited several hospitals across Delhi to take stock of their preparedness in dealing with the rising number of chikungunya. #India #Delhi #NewsTracker #Health #Dengue #Najeeb Jung #Delhi L-G #Chikungunya
Surrogacy row: Assisted reproduction is changing faster than we can discuss its implications

Sep 17, 2016

Surrogacy row: Assisted reproduction is changing faster than we can discuss its implications

As the debate around commercial surrogacy rages in India, new technology has raised a whole new set of questions. Like: What if, for instance, artificial or transplanted wombs replace human surrogates? #Health #Surrogacy #Reproductive health #Wellness #commercial surrogacy #FWeekend #Surrogacy Bill #assisted reproduction #artificial wombs #Body And Soul
Delhi dengue: Holidaying Manish Sisodia shows how AAP has degenerated into an oligarchy

Sep 16, 2016

Delhi dengue: Holidaying Manish Sisodia shows how AAP has degenerated into an oligarchy

Whatever the party or the government is doing now is largely a face saver rather than an effective management of the crisis. #Politics #PoliticsDecoder #Health #Manish Sisodia #malaria #States #Dengue #AAP #Chikungunya
Centre seeks report on deaths due to dengue, chikungunya from Delhi govt

Sep 16, 2016

Centre seeks report on deaths due to dengue, chikungunya from Delhi govt

The Centre on Friday sought a detailed report from Delhi government on deaths due to dengue and chikungunya, including medical history of the deceased, in the national capital where vector-borne diseases have claimed at least 30 lives and affected nearly 3,000 people. #Uttar Pradesh #Delhi #NewsTracker #Health #Haryana #JP Nadda #Centre #Dengue #Chikungunya
Delhi govt reaches out to religious institutions, seeks help to tackle dengue

Sep 15, 2016

Delhi govt reaches out to religious institutions, seeks help to tackle dengue

Several prominent celebrities like Amjad Ali Khan, Birju Maharaj, Shubha Mudgal, Swapan Sundari among others have also pledged their support for the campaign. #NewsTracker #Health #Amjad Ali Khan #Dengue #Birju Maharaj #Shubha Mudgal #Chikungunya #Kapil Mishra #Swapan Sundari
Delhi: Woman suffering from chikungunya dies, death toll rises to 14

Sep 15, 2016

Delhi: Woman suffering from chikungunya dies, death toll rises to 14

A 60-year-old woman with a cardiac problem died in a hospital in New Delhi after contacting chikungunya, taking the death toll from mosquito-borne disease to 14, officials said on Thursday. #India #Medicine #Delhi #NewsTracker #Health #Disease #Mosquito-borne diseases #Chikungunya
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have disclosed little information on their medical history

Sep 12, 2016

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have disclosed little information on their medical history

Hillary Clinton's stumbles as she left Sunday's 9/11 memorial ceremony put her health at the forefront of a presidential campaign in which the two major party nominees are among the oldest ever and have disclosed a limited amount of information about their medical history. #Donald Trump #NewsTracker #Health #Hillary Clinton #9/11 Memorial #US Presidential Election 2016 #Democratic presidential nominee
Why 2.1 million Indians infected with HIV do not get the drugs they need

Sep 12, 2016

Why 2.1 million Indians infected with HIV do not get the drugs they need

Each of an estimated 2.1 million Indians infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) should be getting a cocktail of drugs to prolong their lives. #India #Medicine #NewsTracker #Health #HIV #Lok Sabha #WHO #AIDS #art #children #Human Immunodeficiency Virus
Uranium mining: Will India's atomic needs spare those in Meghalaya's Domiasiat?

Sep 10, 2016

Uranium mining: Will India's atomic needs spare those in Meghalaya's Domiasiat?

There is a sense of helplessness and angst among the thousands of Khasis who are fighting helplessly against what they perceive to be complete injustice at the hands of the government. #ConnectTheDots #Health #Meghalaya #Uranium #International Atomic Energy Agency #States #9/11 Health and Compensation Act #radium-226 #radioactive gas #radon #Lung cancers #Domiasiat #Wahkaji #Thyrnai #West Khasi Hills District