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Only one Indian has died of Ebola infection: Government

Only one Indian has died of Ebola infection: Government

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Only one Indian employed in Liberia has died of Ebola virus infection earlier this year, the government said on Wednesday.

Ebola infection,   Ebola virus,   Ebola disease,   V K Singh,   V K Singh,   Deaths by Ebola ,  
Powdered vaccine for measles <strong>virus</strong> found safe in early trials

Powdered vaccine for measles virus found safe in early trials

26 Nov 2014

New York: Countries dabbling with conventional injectable vaccine against the measles virus may soon have an alternative as researchers have found a measles vaccine made of fine dry powder safe in early human testing.

Powdered vaccine,   measles virus,   injectable vaccine,   journal of Vaccine,   conventional,   ,  
Delhi government sets up helpline for info on Ebola

Delhi government sets up helpline for info on Ebola

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Delhi government has set up a control room and helpline in the city for internal monitoring of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) and to provide information about the disease to the public.

Delhi government,   Ebola helpline,   Ebola,   control room,   Ebola Virus Disease,   EVD,   IGI Airport,   ,  
Bird flu in Kerala: 1.5 lakh birds to be culled

Bird flu in Kerala: 1.5 lakh birds to be culled

25 Nov 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: With the outbreak of bird flu in parts of Kerala causing serious concern, the state government on Tuesday worked out a plan to cull as many 1.5 lakh birds, including poultry, in the three affected districts of Alappuzha, Kottayam and Pathanamthitta.

Bird flu,   Kerala,   poultry,   H5 Avian Influenza virus,   Alappuzha,   Kottayam,   Kerala CM,   Oommen Chandy,  
HIV drugs could help stop vision loss: Study

HIV drugs could help stop vision loss: Study

21 Nov 2014

Washington: Drugs used to treat the HIV virus and AIDS could be used to treat a leading cause of blindness, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found. The study shows that HIV/AIDS drugs that have been used for the last 30 years could be repurposed to treat Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), as well as other inflammatory disorders, because of a previously undiscovered intrinsic and inflammatory activity those drugs possess.

HIV drugs,   vision loss,   HIV virus,   AIDS,   blindness,  
Patient tests negative for Ebola in New York

Patient tests negative for Ebola in New York

21 Nov 2014

New York: A Mali-returned patient who underwent tests at a hospital here after showing symptoms of the Ebola virus has tested negative for the disease, authorities said.

Ebola,   Ebola in New York,   Ebola Virus,   Ebola test,   Ebola symptoms ,  
Ebola could be contained by mid-2015: Ban Ki-moon

Ebola could be contained by mid-2015: Ban Ki-moon

22 Nov 2014

Washington: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said that the spread of the deadly Ebola virus could be contained by mid-2015.

Ebola,   Ebola virus,   Ebola epidemic,   Ban Ki-moon,   Jim Yong Kim,   spread of Ebola ,  
US military may extend anti-Ebola mission in West Africa

US military may extend anti-Ebola mission in West Africa

21 Nov 2014

Washington: The US military may extend its mission to combat the spread of Ebola in West Africa beyond six months, if there was a surge of new cases."We have to be prepared for this to go longer than six months," Pentagon official John Kirby said on Thursday.

US Military,   West Africa,   Ebola Mission,   John Kirby,   Operation United Assitance,   Ebola,   Ebola Virus,  
New 'Stupidity <strong>Virus</strong>' Discovered: Reports

New 'Stupidity Virus' Discovered: Reports

13 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Now if you turn up doing something wrong, blame it on a new 'Stupidity virus', which is a recent discovery of researchers from the Johns Hopkins University and the University of Nebraska.

Stupidity Virus,   discovery,   researchers,   virus,   human beings,   stupid,  
A <strong>virus</strong> that could affect brain's activities

A virus that could affect brain's activities

12 Nov 2014

New York: People with algae virus in their throats had more difficulty completing a mental exercise than healthy people, and more research is needed to understand why, US scientists say.

algae virus,   virus,   brain activities,   mental exercise,   healthy people,   virus ATCV-1,  

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