Delhi govt to tackle vector-borne disease with #10Hafte10Baje10Din anti-dengue campaign from 1 September
According to a municipal report released on Monday, At least 48 cases of malaria and 41 of dengue have been reported till 15 August.
Other than Home Minister Amit Shah, the reconstituted panel will also comprise of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Minister of Human Resource Development Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and Union Minister of Women and Child Development Smriti Irani.
Human activity — from campfires to vehicle sparks — caused over 80% of wildfires in US: estimates.
Top Indian companies have started making public some data on sexual harassment at the workplace, and the disclosed numbers show a disturbing uptick
While prevention of Cancer can save millions of lives much more cheaply than treatment, it remains an underfunded, much-neglected weapon, experts say.
In a major move to combat rising incidence of diabetes in the country, the government inked an agreement with a Hyderabad-based firm to develop medicine to control diabetes and a software to keep tab on diabetics and those vulnerable to the lifestyle disease.
HAVANA (Reuters) - U.S. government officials joined health experts from throughout the Americas at an Ebola conference in Cuba on Wednesday, the latest show of cooperation between the historic adversaries on fighting the disease.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Ethnic violence in South Sudan risks spiraling into genocide, with the country's leaders locked in a personal struggle for power, top U.N. officials said on Friday as a U.N. Security Council showdown looms over calls to impose targeted sanctions
Sonakshi Sinha who recently shed a lot of weight is the cover girl of Women Health magazine this month, while Manisha Koirala who gave cancer a tough fight and is all fit and fine posed on the cover of Prevention. Here are the images.
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving is not mandated by any text in Sharia, the Islamic legal code which forms the basis for most Saudi law, the head of its morality police told Reuters on Thursday. Sheikh Abdulatif Al al-Sheikh stressed that he has no authority to change Saudi policy on women driving, but his comment may feed into a national discussion in Saudi Arabia, where women have in the past been arrested for defying the ban