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Slice Of Life: Taxidermy and the lesser-known art of bringing back the dead

Sep 27, 2016

Slice Of Life: Taxidermy and the lesser-known art of bringing back the dead

A lot of people get their pets converted into long-lasting taxidermy sculptures. Firstpost's An After Life is the latest from the Slice Of Life Web Series #India #Medicine #Pets #Animals #dogs #documentary #non fiction #web series #Slice Of Life #Taxidermy
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
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
Surrogacy Bill 2016 imposes unjust bans and does not focus on the real issues

Aug 28, 2016

Surrogacy Bill 2016 imposes unjust bans and does not focus on the real issues

Instead of understanding the issues related to IVF and surrogacy, the Surrogacy Bill seeks to impose bans which will kill fertility treatment. #India #Medicine #Health #CriticalPoint #Homosexuality #pregnancy #art #Babies #Human Rights #Gay Rights #Surrogacy Bill 2016 #Artificial Reproductive Technology #Draft Bill
With dengue cases on the rise, here's a myth-busting infographic on the disease

Aug 24, 2016

With dengue cases on the rise, here's a myth-busting infographic on the disease

As many as 406 new dengue cases were reported from different districts of West Bengal in the last 24 hours. Here is what you know about the disease #Medicine #Delhi #West Bengal #Virus #Dengue #fever #Signs and symptoms
U.S. health researchers launch Zika vaccine clinical trial | Reuters

Aug 04, 2016

U.S. health researchers launch Zika vaccine clinical trial | Reuters

WASHINGTON U.S. government researchers said on Wednesday they have begun their first clinical trial of a Zika vaccine as concerns over the mosquito-borne virus mount following the first cases of local transmission in the continental United States. There is no approved vaccine or drug for Zika, a virus spreading rapidly in the Americas that can cause the birth defect microcephaly, marked by small head size that can lead to severe developmental problems in babies #India #Medicine #Health #Crime #United Kingdom #New York #Diseases
Telangana-Andhra bifurcation blues hit doctors, common man suffers

Jul 27, 2016

Telangana-Andhra bifurcation blues hit doctors, common man suffers

Hyderabad is a hotbed of discontent. Bifurcation blues which have soured relations between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have now hit government doctors. #India #Medicine #Andhra Pradesh #Health #CriticalPoint #Telangana #Hyderabad #doctors #Seemandhra
Delhi govt to set up 300 dengue clinics: Health Minister Satyendar Jain

Jul 12, 2016

Delhi govt to set up 300 dengue clinics: Health Minister Satyendar Jain

The Delhi government will set up 300 'dengue clinics' to tackle dengue cases in the city. #India #Medicine #Delhi #NewsTracker #hospital #Dengue #Disease #Delhi Health Minister #Satyendar Jain
Researchers discover new gene which holds potential for cancer treatment

Jul 09, 2016

Researchers discover new gene which holds potential for cancer treatment

Researchers have discovered a new gene that controls blood vessel formation — presenting a possible new drug target for cancer and heart disease. #Life #Medicine #Health #Cancer #Disease #Shareworthy #BodyAndSoul #Wars2