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Why a recent liver transplant in Max Saket is good news...

Doctors do not usually perform a transplant on patients who suffer acute liver failure because of dengue; Max doctors defied the oddsMr Ray, a...

Infectious disease calendar could help break their cycles

Seasonal cyclicity of infectious diseases may help in preventing outbreaks Each acute infectious disease has its own seasonal window of occurrence. It may vary among...

Clinical trials on for Ayurvedic medicine against dengue

The medicine will be launched in a short time, says AYUSH minister Shripad NaikClinical trials on an Ayurvedic medication against dengue are underway. It...

Kerala witnessed 42% of all dengue deaths this year

At 35, Kerala leads the fatality numbers due to dengue this season: Govt figures Kerala may still be paying the price of the devastating floods...

11 S Asian nations to discuss dengue, malaria, drug access

Crucial meeting of WHO South East Asia Region will happen in Delhi next week Intensifying action to eliminate malaria, addressing the increasing threat of dengue,...

Diarrhoea, dengue on the rise in Kerala, post floods

Health minister J P Nadda reviews flood relief measures in Kerala Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare J P Nadda on Wednesday reviewed the...

Take steps to control dengue, malaria etc: Nadda to Kejriwal

Nadda letter to Kejriwal may not go down well with the Delhi administration Union health minister J P Nadda has written to Delhi chief minister...

It is officially dengue, malaria, chikungunya season

Monsoons are when these mosquito borne diseases have a field day; government figures show that the numbers are already rising It is that time of...

Medanta refund is a lesson for pvt hospitals and Union health...

One-off refunds do not make regulatory success. They are more signs of systemic failure The Medanta refund to the family of the 7-year-old boy who...

Climate change, globalisation widening the sphere of pathogens too

You are not the only one traveling the world. So are bugs Spurred on by climate change, international travel and international trade, disease-bearing insects are...

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Smells good! 2 mins of that smell & you may not...

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Glued to your mobile phone all day? Beware of ‘text neck’

Researchers warn about the possibilities of neck pain because of excessive mobile use A large majority of the world's 3.4 billion smartphone users are putting...

Every 10th kid & every 6th adult is victim of antibiotic...

Michigan Medicine study published in British Medical Journal highlights extent of antibiotic overuse One in 10 children and about one in six adults with private...