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'Falak critical but infection under control'
February 8, 2012
Two-year-old battered baby Falak, who is fighting for survival at the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), co ...
Obama unveils new HIV/AIDS strategy
July 14, 2010
US President Barack Obama today said that fighting HIV/AIDS in America and around the world will require more than just ...
Swine flu toll rises to 108, with 500 more cases
June 10, 2009
Mexico's swine flu death toll rose by two to 108, with more than 500 new cases bringing the total
6,133, the ...
Second New York death from swine flu: report
May 25, 2009
A woman in her fifties died this weekend in New York after being infected with the A(H1N1) virus, becoming the city's se ...
Dengue fever kills 12 more people
April 10, 2008
Twelve more people died from dengue fever in Rio de Janeiro state, raising to 79 the death toll from the start of the ye ...
Beer was ancient antibiotic source
September 7, 2010
Ancient Nubians were regularly consuming antibiotic tetracycline, most likely in their beer, according to a chemical ana ...
Nine Japanese students test positive for swine flu
May 17, 2009
Japan said Sunday that nine more high school students had tested positive for swine flu, bringing the total number of do ...
China warns of "grim" fight against bird flu
January 21, 2009
China faces a "grim" situation in preventing and controlling human cases of bird flu, the health minister said, after an ...
Authorities sound health alert in Assam
June 18, 2008
Thousands returned home in Assam as floodwaters receded, even as a health alert was sounded to prevent the outbreak ...
Diarrhoea and cholera kill 65 in Assam
October 28, 2007
At least 65 people have died in an outbreak of the epidemic of diarrhoea and cholera in the past two months in Assam.
Cholera, diarrhoea claim 93 lives
August 28, 2007
The districts of Rayagada, Koraput and Kalahandi have been affected by the post-monsoon waterborne diseases.
49 people die of AIDS in Mizoram
September 10, 2004
At least 89 cases of full-blown AIDS
have been detected in Mizoram out of which 49 people had died.
Number of children with sex diseases soars
May 19, 2009
The number of British children being diagnosed with sexually transmitted
(STIs) has soared in recent years, a ...
Vitamin D boosts 'immune system'
March 8, 2010
Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, seems to be the nature's best antibiotic, for a new study says that it fends off infect ...
Infections in UK hospitals drive patients to India
April 16, 2007
Medical tourism has increased by 25 per cent with British patients flocking abroad to avoid contracting hospital infecti ...
Movie review: Manmohan Desai goes the Hollywood way in Happy New Year
Gangs of Wasseypur: Jailed warlord controlling crime empire via mobile phone
In pics: Celebrating the Festival of Lights
Medical breakthrough: Australian doctors transplant 'dead' hearts
Mary Kom makes a clean sweep, joins Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
Delhi: Daughter of DPS principal found dead
Narendra Modi to attend Salman Khan's sister Arpita Khan’s wedding?
Movie review: Kaththi's masala moments will keep Vijay's fans glued to the screen
Bangalore: Child sexually abused in school
Modi's big bang reforms coming post Diwali
Shiv Sena MPs to attend PM's high tea, Uddhav not going
Sonia, Rahul should speak more; reorganise Congress: Chidambaram
Burdwan bombs meant for Bangladesh, says NIA
Modi’s flood-relief package draws flak from Kashmir political parties
Suicide bomber threat to AI flights, 4 airports on alert
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