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As several hundred cases - both confirmed and suspected -  of leptospirosis are reported from Kerala following the floods, the bacterial infection has caused panic in the already ravaged state Six people have died in Kerala in the aftermath of...
The insurance/assurance scheme for 50 crore people, the largest Govt programme in the world, could be a game changer In less than a month the most ambitious health scheme India - and perhaps the world - has ever seen, will...
Today, health minister J P Nadda launches National Hepatitis Control Programme of which, the mainstay is directly acting anti-virals, to be available free at government centres. An explainer Mr Ray of Santa Cruz, Bombay is a much relieved man nowadays. ...
Extended light hours in Russia would play havoc with the daily rhythms of visitors - both footballers and their fans Germany lost to Mexico, Poland to Senegal. Thomas Muller, the star of so many German wins failed to fire and...
Celebrities have come out and spoken about their own battles, yet depression remains poorly understood Two back to back celebrity suicides have shone the spotlight once again on depression. Days after designer Kate Spade was found dead, American chef Anthony Bourdain...
A virus carried by fruit bats claims 10 lives in KeralaTen people have died from a rare virus, named Nipah, in Kerala. Nine others infected with it are critical. Twenty-five others have been hospitalised with symptoms of the infection out...
High blood pressure is the primary culprit behind stroke and coronary artery disease in IndiaIndia is grappling with a huge hypertension burden, a large part of it, undetected. According to a recent World Health Organization (WHO) report, hypertension is the...
Healthcare providers in rural areas often oblivious of the importance of hand hygiene Much as the hand hygiene message may have become a vehicle in India for hand wash manufacturing companies to peddle their wares, the theme of this World...
Medibulletin takes you through how to live with asthma and live well For a parent, living with an asthma diagnosis for one's child is never an easy thing. As more and more Indian parents contend with that reality,  this World...
In the spirit of sharing of knowledge - the theme this World Hemophilia Day - we at Medibulletin have put together an explainer on HemophiliaOnce known as the Royal Disease thanks to its association of some of the prominent...

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