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Signed by the Indian Medical Association, Indian Dental Association, Indian Society of Oncology and Foundation for head and Neck Oncology. Ten medical associations and 453 doctors have appealed to prime minister Narendra Modi to not withdraw the 85% pictorial warnings...
Firecrackers may have implications for people with respiratory conditions but their hazards for general population are yet to be proven After many Diwalis when firecrackers were painted as the villain, the Central Pollution Control Board told the Supreme Court this...
Prime minister Narendra Modi has written to all chief ministers to hold quarterly reviews of the TB control programme “It is incumbent upon us to address this challenge in a mission mode. I request you to kindly review the the...
Sarson da saag may be the key to your child becoming the next Einstein. A new Cornell University study has revealed that high choline intake in pregnant women can have lasting effects on the mental faculties of the babies. Choline...
The Union health ministry has launched the country’s first digital Online Oncology Tutorial Series designed by the Tata Memorial Center that will help non cancer specialists deal with the disease. Part of a national program that will be rolled out...
One of the problems of tuberculosis treatment is that it takes months of antibiotics to kill the TB pathogen; it is for this reason that patients drop out midway and the bacteria develops resistance. Vitamin C could make TB drugs...
In a bid to help dairy farmers, the agriculture ministry recently wrote to all states to include milk in the mid-day meal (MDM) scheme, asked the department of food and public distribution to consider inclusion of milk in the...
If you cant live without a nightly tipple, you may need to pause and think. A new study has found that alcohol consumption permanently damages the DNA in stem cells, which in turn increases the risk of developing cancer. Moving...
A typhoid vaccine developed by Indian company Bharat Biotech has received the World Health Organisation pre-qualification - this means international organisations like UNICEF and GAVI could procure it for vaccination programmes across the world. Typbar TCV that can be administered...
Normal immune cells in the breast, it seems, help in the spreading  of cancer outside of the breast tissue US researchers have discovered that normal immune cells called macrophages, which reside in healthy breast tissue surrounding milk ducts, play a...

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