NED Vs ZIM | 1st ODI Jun 19, 2019
ZIM 32/1 (5.0)
NZ Vs SA | Match 25 Jun 19, 2019
SA 18/1 (4.5)
GGY Vs NOR | Match 14 Jun 19, 2019
NOR 25/2 (4.5)
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Dec 01, 2017
'Won't take Modi-RSS vaccine': Myths, quacks derail Malappuram vaccination drive putting lakhs of children at riskIn the Malappuram district of Kerala, health workers are threatened, abused and even physically assaulted for attempting to give a vaccine to children.
Oct 30, 2017
War on dengue gets new edge: Scientists develop antiviral to tackle all four types of diseaseScientists at the New Delhi-based ICGEB are in the final stages of developing a new antiviral that promises to tackle all the four types of dengue virus.
May 14, 2017
Diphtheria cases in Kerala's Malappuram highlights need to battle unscientific rejection of vaccinesThere has been a steady rise in mistrust for vaccines in the Muslim-majority areas triggering a fear that some of the eradicated diseases like polio may re-appear
Jan 04, 2017
Vaccine shows promise in fight against breast cancerAn experimental vaccine is safe and effectively stimulates the immune system leading to regression of early-stage breast cancer, show results of a clinical trial
Nov 07, 2016
Re-evaluating the 'cost' of life: Cancer-preventing HPV vaccines are substantially over-priced, says studyA recent study revealed that the manufacturing costs for two most prevalent HPV cancer vaccines could be priced much lower than the quoted ‘no profit’ price
Sep 20, 2016
Technology can ensure a vaccinated future for India's childrenModern technology, particularly the Internet of Things (IoT) and real-time monitoring, can reduce losses in high value goods such as vaccines (as well as other materials that degrade quickly) by better identification and resolution of problems of storage and transit than incumbent systems.
Feb 04, 2016
Wearable device may offer protection against Zika mosquitoesA wearable device could be an effective tool for preventing bites from the Aedes aegypti mosquito -- the primary vector of Zika, chikungunya, dengue, and yellow fever, say researchers.
Dec 09, 2015
World-first dengue fever vaccine cleared for use in Mexico; it's a 'potential blockbuster'The first-ever vaccine against dengue fever, which affects up to 400 million people per year, will be publicly available for the first time after being cleared for use in Mexico, French manufacturer Sanofi said Wednesday.
Jun 08, 2015
US approves clinical trial to test ability of vaccine to reverse advance type 1 diabetesA phase II clinical trial that will test the ability of a vaccine to reverse advanced type 1 diabetes has been approved by US authorities.
Jun 01, 2015
Researchers develop simpler, inexpensive test to accurately detect TuberculosisResearchers have developed a simple and inexpensive diagnostic test to quickly and reliably detect tuberculosis in humans.