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Hospitals should start using AD syringes by April 30: Ramadoss
February 23, 2009
In the backdrop of reports that outbreak of
was possibly due to use of contaminated syringes, Health Minister ...
Pain killers can dilute flu vaccine: Research
November 5, 2009
With flu vaccination season in full swing, researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center cautioned that use ...
Behind the H1N1 vaccine shortage in US
November 3, 2009
Your chances of getting inoculated against America's worst pandemic since the 1918 flu improve greatly depending on wher ...
Vaccine shortage; swine flu deaths spike
October 31, 2009
The United States has released its entire stock of children's Tamiflu antivirals, a top health official said, as the ...
Americans first before US donates H1N1 flu vaccine: official
October 29, 2009
The United States will not donate swine flu
to poor countries until at-risk Americans have been inoculated again ...
AIDS vaccine "important step" against disease
September 24, 2009
An experimental AIDS
made from two older versions has made major progress in finding an effective way to combat ...
Males experience loss of libido during Hepatitis-C therapy
September 1, 2009
Loss of libido and impaired sex is common among those undergoing antiviral therapy for chronic
C, according to ...
Swine flu could hit up to 40 per cent in US
July 25, 2009
In a disturbing new projection, health officials say up to 40 per cent of Americans could get swine flu this year and ne ...
Manufacturing capacity of H1N1 vaccine inadequate: WHO
July 15, 2009
The manufacturing capacity for the influenza
s is inadequate for a world of 6.8 billion people, nearly all of who ...
Mexico raises swine flu death toll to 109
June 12, 2009
Mexico will maintain its swine flu alert, Health Minister Jose Angel Cordova said today as he raised the country's ...
Some HIV vaccines likely to cause harm
November 16, 2007
According to a US study a new
developed to combat the human immunodeficiency virus may in fact prove harmfu ...
Scientists develop new AIDS vaccine
November 5, 2007
Cuban scientists have said they are readying for the clinical trial of a new AIDS
that has shown encouragin ...
500,000 Chinese die of hepatitis B annually
April 9, 2007
China has the world's largest population of
B patients, says an official of the Chinese
Prevention F ...
Doctor, gang leader held for blood racket
September 3, 2009
Five people, among them a doctor and the leader of the gang involved in a large-scale racket in sale of adulterated bloo ...
UP reverts to earlier polio immunisation strategy
April 3, 2007
Instead of the monovalent polio
, targetting P1 type polio virus, the 'policy makers' have decided to use trivale ...
Adieu Orkut, you will be missed
Young, assured and turning right: India's generational change
Wedding pics are here! Amal makes for a stunning bride in lacy whites
Global wildlife populations down by half since 1970: WWF
There's a dust storm brewing on Mars: Mangalyaan sends more pictures
IIPM cannot call itself management institute: HC
Jayalalithaa sentenced to 4 years in jail; clashes in Tamil Nadu
Narendra Modi takes centre stage at Madison Square; bag of goodies for Indian diaspora
Wait for Jayalalithaa DA case verdict continues, AIADMK supporters throng Bangalore
Rajdeep Sardesai manhandled outside Madison Sq Garden ahead of Modi address
Modi, Obama say 'Chalein saath saath', write joint editorial in US newspaper
'Gujarat Snoopgate' officer Pradeep Sharma arrested for graft
Jayalalithaa stays in jail, Tamil film industry on strike
Asian Games: Mary Kom in final, Sarita Devi robbed of a shot at gold
RBI keeps key interest rate unchanged
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