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Why flu vaccines are needed before summer ends and rainy season begins?

Parents should not skip the flu vaccination for children, fearing side effects. Here's why flu vaccines are needed before summer ends and rainy season begins?

Why flu vaccines are needed before summer ends and rainy season begins? (Image by Freepik)
Published on May 03, 2024 08:10 PM IST
ByZarafshan Shiraz, New Delhi

Pune civic body to conduct family planning survey from Monday

Couples of reproductive ages will be provided information about permanent and temporary contraceptive methods to avoid unwanted pregnancies, says official

Dr Bhagwan Pawar, health officer, PMC, said that it is a comprehensive survey and will help them know the vaccination status and also the NCD situation in the city population (REPRESENTATIVE PHOTO)
Published on Apr 06, 2024 09:12 PM IST
ByVicky Pathare

PMC to vaccinate 1.80 lakh dogs as part of rabies-free campaign

The vaccination assumes significance in the wake of six fatalities that took place due to rabies within the urban area

The rising number of deaths has raised concerns about the PMC’s healthcare systems in combating the outbreak of rabies. (REPRESENTATIVE PIC)
Updated on Apr 04, 2024 05:56 AM IST
ByNadeem Inamdar

Several U.P. districts surpass vaccination target

UP had set a target of vaccinating 42,93,472 children in the financial year 2023-24. By December 2023, vaccination had been completed for 41,41,003 children. Twenty districts in the state have achieved a cent per cent target, with the top five districts being Gautam Buddh Nagar, Ghaziabad, Amroha, Mau and Saharanpur.

Gautam Buddh Nagar achieved highest vaccination rate of 134.12%. (Pic for representation)
Updated on Mar 04, 2024 07:30 AM IST

Ludhiana: Looking to own a furry friend this summer? Here are a few pointers

Cases of dogs suffering from lifestyle issues like diabetes, obesity, hypertension, cardiac ailments, and health problems like arthritis, liver and renal failures have increased recently, said Vet varsity assistant professor clinic Gurpreet Singh

Cases of dogs suffering from lifestyle issues like diabetes, obesity, hypertension, cardiac ailments, and health problems like arthritis, liver and renal failures have increased recently. (HT Photo)
Updated on Mar 03, 2024 05:08 AM IST
ByRakshit Sharma, Ludhiana

Why we’re still playing measles whack-a-mole

Why we’re still playing measles whack-a-mole

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Published on Feb 20, 2024 11:30 AM IST
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Ludhiana: Vaccination can reduce incidence of foot-and-mouth disease, say experts

FMD is a highly contagious disease of cloven-footed animals, viz, cows, buffaloes, pigs, goats and sheep

Experts during a panel discussion on foot-and-mouth disease prevention in Ludhiana. (HT)
Updated on Feb 09, 2024 05:58 AM IST
By, Ludhiana

Poonam Pandey and cervical cancer awareness: What is Centre's vaccination plan?

Actor and model Poonam Pandey's claim she had died due to cervical cancer has turned out to be a stunt.

Actor and model Poonam Pandey
Updated on Feb 03, 2024 12:47 PM IST

Experts laud govt move on vaccination of girls against cervical cancer

Government to encourage vaccination for girls aged 9-14 to prevent cervical cancer.

India accounts for about a fifth of the global burden for cervical cancer.(Representative Image/Shutterstock)
Published on Feb 01, 2024 03:17 PM IST

Govt to encourage vaccination of girls against cervical cancer

Govt to encourage vaccination of girls against cervical cancer

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Published on Feb 01, 2024 02:08 PM IST
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Waiting for universal dengue vaccine and drugs, South Asia battles ‘silent pandemic’

Waiting for universal dengue vaccine and drugs, South Asia battles ‘silent pandemic’

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Updated on Jan 31, 2024 03:21 PM IST
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COVID-19 India learning workshop conducted in Pune

The health experts from across India collectively offered their insights and experiences in the effective management of the world’s largest vaccination drive

On October 27-28, the workshop was held with the primary goal to augment the demand, distribution, and acceptance of COVID-19 vaccinations. (HT PHOTO)
Updated on Oct 31, 2023 06:32 AM IST
ByVicky Pathare

15,000 dogs in 6 ‘risk zones’ to be vaccinated in 10 days

The BMC in Mumbai will vaccinate around 15,000 stray dogs in six wards with high rates of dog bites. The annual vaccination drive will then extend citywide.

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Updated on Sep 30, 2023 08:24 AM IST

Health department raises awareness about animal bite prevention

The event was conducted under the direction of district civil surgeon Dr Hitinder Kaur with this year’s theme being “All for 1, One Health for All”

Health department officials during the rabies awareness drive in Ludhiana. (HT PHOTO)
Updated on Sep 29, 2023 07:28 AM IST
By, Ludhiana

World Rabies Day: Street play educates children on stray dogs and rabies risks

A gathering of over 30 individuals, primarily comprised of children, gathered to witness the street play titled ‘Shumbhu Nath Sab Janta Hai.’

Animal activists took to the streets at Mayawati Colony, Indira Nagar, kicking off the two-day ‘Nukkad Natak’ campaign on World Rabies Day to promote awareness about rabies prevention and the care of stray animals. (HT File)
Published on Sep 28, 2023 05:17 PM IST

Vaccination, prompt action can prevent rabies: Expert

India shoulders a significant burden, contributing a substantial number to the global tally, with around 20,000 deaths annually out 59,000 deaths reported globally

Under the theme “All for 1, One Health for all”, World Rabies Day 2023 underscores the goal of eradicating the fear of rabies by educating communities. (HT PHOTO)
Updated on Sep 28, 2023 05:40 AM IST
By, Ludhiana

Lumpy skin disease: Vaccination drive intensified; only 158 bovines infected in Prayagraj

Efforts are underway in Prayagraj to protect cattle from lumpy skin disease through vaccination and awareness campaigns. The disease has affected 160 villages, but cases have reduced significantly. So far, 4.72 lakh vaccine doses have been administered to 1.76 lakh bovines in the district. Only 158 bovines are currently infected, with six deaths recorded. Vaccination teams are actively working to prevent further spread, and inter-district transport of cattle has been banned.

Bovine infected with lumpy skin disease (Pic for representation only)
Updated on Sep 22, 2023 08:04 PM IST
By, Prayagraj

U-Win portal to track vaccinations may be rolled out in early October

India's U-WIN portal, similar to the Covid-19 vaccine management system Co-WIN, is set to be launched in October. It will document all vaccination and immunisation programmes in the country, including registration, follow-ups, and vaccination certificates. The platform will also be used to register and vaccinate pregnant women and record vaccination details of children.

U-WIN, designed on the lines on the Covid-19 vaccine management system Co-WIN, will be a one stop platform for India’s Universal Immunisation Programme (UIP) and all the information related to registration, vaccination follow-ups, vaccination certificates will be available on the portal, officials said, adding that the platform will be used to register and vaccinate pregnant women, and register births and record vaccination details of children. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Updated on Aug 30, 2023 11:48 PM IST
By, New Delhi

Double engine govt stands firm with people during crisis: Yogi

The CM conducted both aerial and ground surveys of flood-affected areas in Farrukhabad, Kasganj, and Shahjahanpur districts on Monday.

Chief minister Yogi Adityanath (HT Photo)
Updated on Aug 28, 2023 09:09 PM IST

MHB Colony stray dogs tagged with QR code collars

With Rakshabandhan round the corner, Sudhir Kudalkar, senior police inspector of MHB police station, said he decided to tag QR codes on the dogs he feeds and also appealed to the 8,000 members of his organisation, Pal Animal Lover, and other feeders to be a part of the initiative that was started by pawfriend.in, an NGO

MHB Colony stray dogs tagged with QR code collars
Updated on Aug 28, 2023 12:12 AM IST
ByMegha Sood

Causes of increased hepatitis risk in monsoon, tips for a healthy liver

There are a large number of people who are detected with hepatitis A and E during the rainy season. Here are its causes along with treatment and prevention tips

Causes of increased hepatitis risk in monsoon, tips for a healthy liver (Photo by Twitter/AbeDan14)
Published on Aug 16, 2023 07:31 PM IST
ByZarafshan Shiraz, New Delhi

Hesitating to vaccinate your child? Parents should know these myths and facts

Do parents still hesitate to vaccinate their child? Health expert debunk myths and share facts about immunisation and vaccinations in children

Hesitating to vaccinate your child? Parents should know these myths and facts about vaccinations in children (Photo by CDC on Unsplash)
Updated on Aug 15, 2023 11:52 PM IST
ByZarafshan Shiraz, New Delhi

‘Overwhelmed’ PM Modi shares letters of women who received ‘pucca’ houses

In the letters, the women conveyed their happiness at finally having a “safe and permanent place to call their own”.

These flats have been constructed at a cost of about <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>345 crore and are equipped with all civic amenities, including finishing with vitrified floor tiles, ceramic tiles, and Udaipur green marble counters in the kitchen, among others.
Published on Aug 04, 2023 11:59 AM IST

World Hepatitis Day: Experts educate students on viral hepatitis at PGI in U.P. capital

Director, SGPGIMS, Dr RK Dhiman stressed on the need for screening of viral hepatitis and its early treatment

Dr Amit Goel, head, hepatology department at SGPGIMS, stressed on vaccination strategies and diagnostic modalities. (For Representation)
Updated on Jul 29, 2023 10:12 PM IST
By, Lucknow

Ludhiana faces alarming surge in measles cases

Despite boasting over 95% vaccination coverage, the district has witnessed a significant increase in measles infections in the first six months this year, with over 500 reported cases and more than 300 confirmed cases

Vaccination against MR is a two-dose course, starting with the first dose at 9 months through 15 months of age, and the second dose at 4 through 6 years of age. (HT Photo)
Updated on Jul 27, 2023 12:01 AM IST
ByDinkle Popli, Ludhiana

Experts discuss research, debate on access to vaccines & related safety concerns

On the occasion, Professor Farida Ahmad, the organising chairperson, expressed the hope that the National Conference would serve as a platform for exploring and discussing vital topics related to vaccines.

Two-day National Conference, Vaccicon-2023, was held by the Department of Pharmacology at JN Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University. (HT Photo)
Updated on Jul 10, 2023 10:32 PM IST

Basketball star who blamed COVID vaccine for heart condition passes away

Dominican basketball player Óscar Cabrera Adames, 28, tragically passes away. He hinted at a connection between his condition and COVID vaccine.

Dominican basketball player Óscar Cabrera Adames, 28, tragically passes away during a stress test. He suffered from myocarditis and hinted at a possible link to COVID vaccination. (Twitter)
Updated on Jun 25, 2023 09:29 PM IST

Bolster the US-India vaccine collaboration

India-US have a history of important and successful collaboration in vaccines and a changing world seeks world leaders to move beyond grandiose announcements

India and the US have a history of important and successful collaboration in vaccines(AP)
Published on Jun 22, 2023 09:35 PM IST

Robert F. Kennedy Jr trends as he repeats claim ‘vaccination causes autism’

Robert Kennedy Jr appeared on The Joe Rogan Experience on June 15 and said that he had friends whose children suffered severe consequences because of vaccines

Robert Kennedy, Jr., 2024 Presidential hopeful, meets with people at the New Hampshire State House Visitor Center, in Concord, New Hampshire, on June 1, 2023 (Photo by Joseph Prezioso / AFP)(AFP)
Updated on Jul 18, 2023 09:35 PM IST
BySumanti Sen

Data Matters| Once more, unto the breach

The CoWIN data leak was not a freak, one-time breach. At the very least, we need to have the option to opt out of large databases that have collected our data.

Government sought to allay fears by saying the CoWIN app or database were secure, and not directly breached.(SHUTTERSTOCK)
Published on Jun 16, 2023 10:26 PM IST
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