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Apr 17, 2018
Study confirms drastic shift in malaria occurrence in India as number of severe cases riseIndia used to be mostly burdened with a mild form of malaria cases but now there is an increasing number of P. falciparum (deadly form of malaria) cases.
Apr 07, 2018
Commonwealth Games 2018: Unnamed athlete in serious condition after being diagnosed with malariaA Commonwealth Games athlete is in serious condition at a Gold Coast hospital after being diagnosed with malaria, officials said.
Mar 28, 2018
New vaccine for malaria works on mice but could take years to develop for human useMalaria parasite, though a tiny single-celled organism, has highly complex life cycle. It has 15 different stages and they occur in different cellular environments.
Jan 29, 2018
Dengue makes early entry in Delhi, five cases reported in a month in capital, says civic reportAt least two cases of dengue have been reported in in New Delhi, taking the total number of people affected by vector-borne disease this month to five
Dec 04, 2017
Delhi sees 176 dengue cases in a week, 9,072 affected by vector-borne diseases this yearAt least 176 dengue cases were reported in the city last week, taking the total number of people affected by the vector-borne disease in the national capital this year to 9,072, according to a municipal report released on Monday.
Nov 21, 2017
IIT Hyderabad develops a device that allows affordable and early detection of infectious diseasesThe research team included Brince Paul and Asisa Kumar Panigrahi (IIT Hyderabad) and Dr. Vikrant Singh from School of Medicine, University of California.
Oct 21, 2017
Jharkhand minister says Aadhaar not mandatory to collect ration after 11-year-old dies of starvationThe Jharkhand government on Saturday said Aadhaar card was not mandatory to collect food grains from the public distribution system after a 11-year-old girl allegedly died of starvation.
Sep 25, 2017
Gorakhpur, Farrukhabad reveal stark reality of healthcare: From womb to hospital, India is failing its infantsIndia's failing healthcare system stacks the odds against a child’s survival even before he or she is conceived.
Sep 14, 2017
NASA is using its fleet of Earth observation satellites to predict outbreaks of malariaScientists are developing a new system to help predict malaria outbreaks at the household level months in advance.
Sep 06, 2017
Ghazipur landfill collapse: Mere shifting of site won't end air pollution, diseases; scientific disposal only way outThe locality where breathing is always a struggle and life only means a fight against deadly diseases.