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High-fat diet can impair brain health, raise risk of depression

Mar 27, 2015

High-fat diet can impair brain health, raise risk of depression

High-fat diets have long been known to increase the risk for medical problems, including heart disease and stroke #Life #Health #brain health #high risk #high fat
India employs satellite mapping for effective irrigation, boost crop yield

Mar 27, 2015

India employs satellite mapping for effective irrigation, boost crop yield

Union cabinet secretary Ajit Seth has urged wider use of remote sensing to benefit farmers, many of whom live a precarious existence on tiny plots of land. #Economy #India #Narendra Modi #ConnectTheDots #Agriculture #Monsoon #Irrigation #farming #Normalised Vegetation Difference Index #Soil Health Card
PM Modi delays pre-poll promise, asks for cutback in health care plan due to huge cost

Mar 27, 2015

PM Modi delays pre-poll promise, asks for cutback in health care plan due to huge cost

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked for a drastic cutback of an ambitious health care plan after cost estimates came in at $18.5 billion over five years. #India #BJP #NewsTracker #Health #Budget #NDA #PM Narendra Modi #health care plan #pre-poll promise
Bengal govt to come up with 14 new blood banks for rural areas

Mar 25, 2015

Bengal govt to come up with 14 new blood banks for rural areas

West Bengal government will come up with 14 new blood banks to meet the requirement in rural areas. #India #Mamata Banerjee #NewsTracker #Health #West Bengal #Rural areas #blood banks
Ebola survivor may have infected girlfriend in Liberia, say officials

Mar 25, 2015

Ebola survivor may have infected girlfriend in Liberia, say officials

A woman who tested positive for Ebola in Liberia last week is dating a survivor of the disease, a health official has said, offering a possible explanation for how she became the country's first confirmed case in weeks. #World #NewsTracker #Health #Liberia #Ebola Virus #Ebola
Genital tuberculosis leading to infertility in Indian women, say doctors

Mar 24, 2015

Genital tuberculosis leading to infertility in Indian women, say doctors

If reports are to be believed, there is a new type of tuberculosis that is spreading fast in India. Doctors have said that genital tuberculosis is emerging as a major health issue that is the cause of infection leading to infertility among 25 to 30 percent of women in India. #Life #NewsTracker #Health #Tuberculosis #Infertility #Disease #genital tuberculosis
Sun Pharma gets RBI nod for transfer of Ranbaxy overseas investments

Mar 24, 2015

Sun Pharma gets RBI nod for transfer of Ranbaxy overseas investments

The two firms have received nod from the Competition Commission for sale of seven brands to Emcure Pharma to comply with the fair trade watchdog's conditional nod for their merger. #Competition Commission of India #RBI #Health #CompanyWatch #Ranbaxy #Sun Pharmaceutical Industries #Emcure Pharma #Tamlet
Number of Ebola cases has declined, but crisis not over yet, says report

Mar 24, 2015

Number of Ebola cases has declined, but crisis not over yet, says report

The number of Ebola cases might has declined, but the crisis caused by the disease is not yet over, said a report. #World #NewsTracker #Health #Africa #Liberia #epidemic #Doctors Without Borders #Sierra Leone #Virus #Ebola #Disease #Outbreak #Guinea
Spike in Ebola in Guinea could reflect access to hidden patients

Mar 21, 2015

Spike in Ebola in Guinea could reflect access to hidden patients

DAKAR, Mar 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The latest spike in Guinea's Ebola cases could be a sign that aid teams are at last gaining access to hidden patients, rather than a surge of new cases, a senior World Health Organisation (WHO) official said. The number of suspected cases in the West African country has more than doubled from last month, according to the health ministry, prompting fears the epidemic could mushroom as it did in Liberia and Sierra Leone in September. #Sports #Brazil #Technology #Arabic #Russia #Health #markets #United Kingdom #Latin America
Doctors in Mumbai cure two patients suffering from drug-resistant tuberculosis

Mar 20, 2015

Doctors in Mumbai cure two patients suffering from drug-resistant tuberculosis

In a major breakthrough for medicine in India, doctors in Mumbai cured two completely drug resistant patients suffering from tuberculosis. #India #Medicine #NewsTracker #Health #Mumbai #Tuberculosis #doctors #Disease #drug-resistant tuberculosis #TDR-TB