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Jan 27, 2020
Five health risks associated with climate changeThe WHO estimates that between 2030 and 2050, 250,000 deaths are expected to be because of climate change.
Dec 25, 2019
Doorknobs, keyboards and four other spots in offices that are loaded with germsIf a sick person comes to work with the flu, the virus would be on all of the office equipment by lunchtime.
Nov 19, 2019
Indo-US trade war is a new challenge to India’s TB elimination programIn the recent past, the elimination of TB has been given the highest priority by the government.
Oct 09, 2019
Benefits of drinking raw milk are not clear but the dangers are well definedA study concluded that drinking raw milk in the first year of life could reduce the risk of fevers and respiratory infections by about 30 percent.
Apr 17, 2019
Cats get their way: Better for cats, caretakers that they stay indoors, study findsCats transmit diseases to caretakers & while you may not mind, some are potentially lethal, study finds.
Dec 02, 2018
Over 6,000 antibiotic resistance genes found in bacteria that inhabit the gutMost gut bacteria are harmless, however, the gut is also home to bacteria that can cause infections.
Nov 24, 2018
Antibiotic resistance: A global threat to healthcare that needs collective actionAntibiotic abuse can be curbed to a great extent if OTC antibiotics without prescriptions are barred.
Oct 24, 2018
Breakthrough test for infections looks for all known harmful bacteria at onceIt outperformed traditional diagnosis every time, including one infection other tests did not detect.
Nov 15, 2017
India has grown healthy since 1990, but mother-child malnutrition and rise in lifestyle diseases are worryingWhile India is growing healthier, not every state and Union territory can be said to be growing healthy at the same pace, points out the India: Health of the Nation’s States
Aug 31, 2017
Gujarat swine flu: Death toll rises to 354 since January as five more fall victim to H1N1 virusThe death toll due to swine flu in Gujarat has risen to 354 since January as five more deaths were reported on Thursday