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UK teens unique invention: Condoms that change colour to detect STIs

Jun 25, 2015

UK teens unique invention: Condoms that change colour to detect STIs

A revolutionary new condom that changes colour when it comes into contact with sexually transmitted infections such as chlamydia and syphilis has been invented by a group of school children in the UK. #Buckingham Palace #didyouknow #UK #Condoms #Shareworthy #S.T.EYE #syphilis #TeenTech award #color changing condoms #Isaac Newton Academy #sexually transmitted infections #STIs
A century on, Lebanon rediscovers deadly famine that killed a third of population

May 05, 2015

A century on, Lebanon rediscovers deadly famine that killed a third of population

Lebanon is rediscovering a century-old tragedy that most had forgotten -- a devastating famine, caused by blockades and a locust infestation, that killed a third of its population. #NewsTracker #Famine #Century #Lebanon #old #revisiting history #locust infection
Antibiotics may give rise to new harmful bacteria, says new study

Feb 24, 2015

Antibiotics may give rise to new harmful bacteria, says new study

Besides treating bacterial infections, some antibiotics may also give rise to harmful new bacteria, research suggests. #science #Antibiotics #bacteria #ScienceBuzz #Bacterial infections
Lucknow: Four more cases of swine flu reported, total goes up to 62

Feb 14, 2015

Lucknow: Four more cases of swine flu reported, total goes up to 62

Four more persons have tested positive for swine flu in the city, taking the total number of cases to 62, a senior medical official said. #Uttar Pradesh #NewsTracker #lUCKNOW #Swine flu #Swine flu infection #Swine Flu spreads #Swine flu cases
Swine flu: Centre says spurt in cases is seasonal, promises support to states

Feb 02, 2015

Swine flu: Centre says spurt in cases is seasonal, promises support to states

The Union Health ministry has deputed senior-level public health teams to Telangana and Rajasthan to assess the situation and assist the states in managing the current spurt in cases. #Rajasthan #NewsTracker #Health #Telangana #H1N1 virus infection #Swine flu #Union Health Ministry
Kiran Bedi on mute: If BJP doesn't want her to talk, can they trust her with CM's job?

Jan 31, 2015

Kiran Bedi on mute: If BJP doesn't want her to talk, can they trust her with CM's job?

As the BJPs chief ministerial candidate zips through several constituencies on Friday, TV reporters thrust their mike into her face. Kiran ji, please Kiran ji, they exhort her to say something; anything. But Bedi has taken a vow: Main Chupp Rahungi. #BJP #Twitter #kiran bedi #Delhi #PoliticalPlay #Arvind Kejriwal #Delhi Polls #CM Candidate #Delhi Assembly Election 2015 #Throat infection
Throat infection hits Kiran Bedi on campaign trail

Jan 29, 2015

Throat infection hits Kiran Bedi on campaign trail

Chief Ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi on Wednesday had to keep mostly silent as she was suffering from a severe throat infection. #BJP #kiran bedi #NewsTracker #campaign #Delhi Polls #Delhi Assembly Elections 2015 #Throat infection
California authorities issue health alert after HIV infection on porn film set

Dec 30, 2014

California authorities issue health alert after HIV infection on porn film set

California public health officials issued an alert Monday after finding "very strong evidence" that an adult film actor became infected with HIV as a result of unprotected sex on an out-of-state film shoot. #NewsTracker #HIV #AIDS #California #HIV infection #Human Immunodeficiency Virus #Adult film actor #Porn films
Doctors say Sonia Gandhi 'feeling better', condition improving

Dec 22, 2014

Doctors say Sonia Gandhi 'feeling better', condition improving

The Congress chief was admitted to the hospital December 18 under the care of Arup Kumar Basu, senior consultant on respiratory medicine. He is leading a team of doctors who are closely monitoring Gandhi. #Sonia Gandhi #Congress #Delhi #NewsTracker #Sir Ganga Ram Hospital #Hospitalised #Respiratory Infection
Congress chief Sonia Gandhi admitted to hospital for respiratory tract infection

Dec 19, 2014

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi admitted to hospital for respiratory tract infection

Congress president Sonia Gandhi was on Thursday admitted to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here for an infection in the lower respiratory tract. Her condition was stable, a hospital official said. #Sonia Gandhi #Congress #Delhi #NewsTracker #Sir Ganga Ram Hospital #Hospitalised #Respiratory Infection