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Sep 10, 2019
UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet warns climate change is a global threat to human rights, says 'Amazon fires are burning up our future'UN human right chief Michelle Bachelet said that climate change is a rapidly growing and a global threat to human rights and said that incidents like fires raging in the Amazon are 'burning up our future'.
Sep 04, 2019
Rajasthan on health alert after two suspected cases of Congo fever: Here is everything you need to know about this diseaseCCHF, also called Congo fever, is a tick-borne disease with flu-like symptoms such as fever, muscle pain, dizziness and nausea.
Aug 27, 2019
Nanotechnology promises less damage, better benefits for agricultural produceThe government is turning to nanobiotechnology for low-cost, high-efficacy solutions to agricultural challenges.
Aug 23, 2019
Fight against Malaria stalling after decade long efforts slow down: WHO reportThe WHO report predicts, despite it most optimistic scenarios, Africa will still have 11 million cases in 2050.
Jun 19, 2019
Encephalitis in Bihar: Lack of proper preventive measures make brain fever recurrent disease, but causative agents continue to elude doctorsDespite efforts of the Government of India, the burden and mortality of AES cases have not decreased, and definitive causative agents are yet to be pinned down.
Jun 12, 2019
Cyclone Fani's unseen cost: Communities that suffered its ravages have taken a mental health hitCyclone Fani survivors battle severe mental health problems. A growing body of research has pointed to linkages between mental health and environmental stressors exacerbated by climate change.
Jun 06, 2019
First-ever World Food Safety Day on 7 June makes ensuring safe and nutritious food for all 'everyone's business'Food safety is the handling, preparing and storing food in a way to best reduce the risk of individuals becoming sick from foodborne illnesses
Jun 05, 2019
World Environment Day 2019: Air pollution can have a clear bearing on how happy you areThe WHO estimates that around 7 million deaths are attributable to air pollution each year.
Jun 04, 2019
Centre rushes six-member team to Kerala after college student tests positive for Nipah virus, asks authorities to run tests on batsThe state health minister added that the student, who is being treated at a private hospital in New Delhi, is stable and he was not put under any support system like ventilator
May 27, 2019
'Gaming Disorder' officially recognised as a disease by World Health OrganisationIndustry representatives from across the world have called on the WHO to rethink its decision.