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Number cure: India needs data to fight diseases
July 23, 2014
To eradicate mosquito-borne infections, India must first get its data right. If India wants to repeat its polio suc ...
Lancet study: Prolonged messaging on your smartphone can cause 'WhatsAppitis'
March 27, 2014
Too much of instant messaging on smartphones can damage your health, says a doctor in Spain, who has diagnosed the probl ...
Timely initiative prevented 6 lakh HIV infections in India
September 30, 2013
A programme funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) may have saved around 600,000 people in India from ...
India shamed by high child mortality rate
September 21, 2013
The black spots for the Indian children are widespread with even districts in well-off states like Gujarat, Andhra Prade ...
Give them the best start
August 6, 2013
study estimated that breastfed children are at least 14 times more likely to survive than those who are not.
July 2, 2013
Policies across multiple sectors have to be aligned to tackle the public health challenge of maternal and child undernut ...
Man suffering from lung cancer develops breasts
June 27, 2013
In a rare medical anomaly reported at the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) here, a man ...
Boys likelier to get treatment in India: study
January 29, 2013
Boys with chest infections are more likely than girls to receive hospital care in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, both b ...
US suicide rates up since economic crisis began
November 6, 2012
Suicide rates in the United States have risen sharply since the economic crisis took hold in 2007 and political leaders ...
The lounge lizards
August 11, 2012
A study by the medical journal The
says that Indians are among the most active people in the world, with only 15. ...
Work’s never done
August 6, 2012
That Indians have been passed over when it comes to malingering and laziness is downright strange.
UK among the laziest countries
August 5, 2012
People in Britain, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and South Africa are among the laziest in the world.
Inactivity kills, get moving now
July 22, 2012
Lack of exercise kills as many people worldwide as smoking; just 150 minutes of moderate activity every week could be be ...
‘Inactivity among urban population a cause for worry’
July 22, 2012
Owing to our genetic predisposition to heart disease and diabetes, Indians have to put in much more physical activity ...
Only 16% Indians inactive: Lancet
July 22, 2012
Indians are more physically active than Europeans and Americans, according to a study published in British health journa ...
Naman Ojha selected for the India Test team in England
Runaway Indore boy walks into Mumbai police anti-narcotics cell to meet CID actors
Baby and mother dug out of Maharashtra village landslide debris
40 people disguised as langurs to scare away monkeys from around Parliament
Bihar: Minister faces villagers’ wrath, takes shelter in college
Don't watch Salman Khan's Kick on Eid: Bhopal maulavis
CWG day 6: Sushil, Vinesh, Amit win gold, India bag 8 medals
18 killed, 150 trapped after landslide hits village near Pune
Too cute to play volleyball? Kazakh player becomes new internet sensation
Zooming towards Rs 100-crore club, Salman Khan's Kick earns Rs 98.14 crore in four days
Rajiv Gandhi's Sri Lanka policy led to his death, he was badly advised: Natwar Singh
US, India see new opportunities, but rifts over trade, spying cast a shadow
Landslide tragedy: Did Maharashtra ignore eco warnings on Malin?
CWG Day 8 LIVE: Gold for Babita, Yogeshwar; Gowda wins discus throw
Facebook posts trigger tension in three states
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