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Liberia finds second Ebola case, raising fears of resurgence| Reuters

Jul 02, 2015

Liberia finds second Ebola case, raising fears of resurgence| Reuters

NEDOWEIN, Liberia Liberia confirmed a second new case of Ebola on Wednesday and warned of possible new infections, as the re-emergence of the virus nearly two months after its elimination in the West African country raised fears of hidden pockets of the disease. More than 11,200 people have died since last year in the worst Ebola outbreak on record, nearly all of them in the three neighbouring countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. #Business #Economy #India #Health #Africa #Entertainment #opinion
Delhi HC asks AAP govt, police to reply on security of doctors in the capital

Jul 01, 2015

Delhi HC asks AAP govt, police to reply on security of doctors in the capital

Delhi High Court sought to know whether any steps had been taken by the AAP government and the police to ensure safety and security of the doctors. #India #Medicine #Delhi #NewsTracker #Health #Delhi High Court #Delhi Police #doctors #Aam Aadmi Party #AAP
Gear up for dengue outbreak: Centre tells govt-run hospitals in Delhi

Jul 01, 2015

Gear up for dengue outbreak: Centre tells govt-run hospitals in Delhi

The government has asked all the central government-run hospitals in Delhi including AIIMS to "buckle up" to tackle an outbreak of dengue. #India #Delhi #NewsTracker #Health #Health Minister #AIIMS #JP Nadda #Centre #Hospitals #Dengue #Disease
Indians in cities fall sick more, rural and urban population rely on private doctors: NSSO survey

Jul 01, 2015

Indians in cities fall sick more, rural and urban population rely on private doctors: NSSO survey

A higher amount was spent for treatment per hospitalised case by people in the private hospitals. #India #NewsTracker #Health #rural #hospital #Urban
Amid protests Nepal presents illegal new constitution after quakes| Reuters

Jun 30, 2015

Amid protests Nepal presents illegal new constitution after quakes| Reuters

KATHMANDU Nepal presented a preliminary draft of its first republican constitution on Tuesday, but the country's top court has questioned the legality of the document that was rushed through after devastating earthquakes spurred politicians into action. #India #science #Health #Argentina #Entertainment #opinion
Around 4,500 doctors in Maharashtra warn of indefinite strike from 2 July

Jun 30, 2015

Around 4,500 doctors in Maharashtra warn of indefinite strike from 2 July

As many as 4,500 resident doctors, attached to 18 government medical colleges in Maharashtra, have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from 2 July. #India #Medicine #Strike #NewsTracker #Health #Mumbai #protest #Maharashtra #doctors #hospital #stipend
Govt plans to achieve 95 percent immunisation cover by 2016 end: Health Minister Nadda

Jun 30, 2015

Govt plans to achieve 95 percent immunisation cover by 2016 end: Health Minister Nadda

The government has set a target to achieve 95 percent immunisation cover by the end of 2016, Union Health Minister JP Nadda on Tuesday said. #India #TheySaidIt #Health Minister #CII #JP Nadda #immunisation cover
South Korea reports two more deaths in MERS outbreak bringing total to 29, one new case| Reuters

Jun 25, 2015

South Korea reports two more deaths in MERS outbreak bringing total to 29, one new case| Reuters

SEOUL South Korea's Health Ministry reported on Thursday two more deaths in a Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) outbreak, bringing the number of fatalities to 29. The ministry also said there was one new case confirmed taking the total to 180 in the outbreak that is the largest outside Saudi Arabia, with all the cases traced to health care settings. Seventy-seven people remain hospitalized receiving treatment, it said #Business #Cricket #Health #South Korea #Argentina #United Kingdom #Diseases
Doctors in Delhi call off strike hours after AAP govt imposes ESMA

Jun 24, 2015

Doctors in Delhi call off strike hours after AAP govt imposes ESMA

Doctors in the national capital called off their two-day long strike, hours after Delhi government invoked Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA). #India #Strike #Delhi #NewsTracker #Arvind Kejriwal #doctors #Aam Aadmi Party #AAP #Delhi CM #ESMA #Satyendra Jain #Delhi Health Minister