ACUTE ENCEPHALITIS SYNDROME SYMPTOMS
New SARS-like virus could infect humans
Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have found a SARS-like virus in Chinese horseshoe bats that may infect humans without need for adaptation.
Over 16,000 habitations hit by water contamination: Government
Intake of fluoride and arsenic contaminated drinking water leads to various cl...
First-ever potential treatment for MERS identified
Scientists have for the first time identified two promising drug candidates to prevent and...
South Korea reports nine new MERS cases, one recovers and leaves hospital
South Korea's health ministry reported on Saturday nine more cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) raising the total to 50.
Here’s all you need to know about dengue
According to the WHO, there are about 390 mn cases of dengue fever worldwide, and of the total number of cases, 96 mn require medical treatment.
Swine flu outbreak: Health Minister JP Nadda makes first statement
Unlike his predecessors, Nadda has not held press briefings on seasonal flu. Although there have been press releases and random news bytes to television, there has been no statement from the minister on the issue especially to curb panic.
Patna AIIMS to be inaugurated on Vajpayee's birthday:Harsh Vardhan
The date assumes significance as Atal Bihari Vajpayee, during his tenure as the PM, conceptualised project in 2004 of having six more AIIMS.
Animals can predict earthquakes: Study
For the first time scientists have been able to capture and document how the behaviour of wild animals changes prior to an earthquake - a development which may help with short-term seismic forecasting.
Lalu Prasad Yadav to discuss JD-U support for RS poll with RJD legislators
RJD President Lalu Prasad said he would take any decision on extending support to JD(U) in the Rajya Sabha bye-elections only after consulting his party legislators and well-wishers.
Swine flu epidemic alert in Telangana after one death, 10 new cases
Condition of two swine flu patients undergoing treatment at two different corporate hospitals in Hyderabad has worsened.
2011 saw India leading fight against polio
A significant fall in infant mortality rates, the longest polio-free period in the country, lowest decadal growth of population in 90 years marked the health sector in 2011.
Mystery virus kills 137 in UP, experts clueless
Since January, UP has recorded 665 cases of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) -- a severe neurological condition associated with significant morbidity and mortality.
One more dies of H1N1 in Kerala; 16 test positive in 4 days
One more person has succumbed to H1N1 influenza in Kerala taking the number of deaths due to the infection to five since the outbreak of the monsoon on May 27.
Change your life: Discover your optimum physical potential
The FMT practitioners at VARDAN are confident that when a patient walks in, they are best placed to identify the greater potential & carry them through to reach that goal.
India's Swine flu toll goes down, not up!
A trigger-happy admn wrongly ascribed 3 deaths in Pune on Wednesday & Thursday to the virus without waiting for test results. Pics: Swine flu havoc across the world
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