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Tremendous <strong>response</strong> to Gurutsav 2014: Smirti Irani

Tremendous response to Gurutsav 2014: Smirti Irani

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Friday said the response given to government's initiative of holding essay writing competition, to mark Teachers' Day, has been ‘tremendous’.

Gurutsav 2014,   Smirti Irani,   HRD Minister,   HRD ministry,   students,   essay competition,  
Healthy diet key to boost immunity as you age

Healthy diet key to boost immunity as you age

25 Aug 2014

London: In a finding that could help rejuvenate ageing immune cells, scientists have demonstrated how interplay between nutrition, metabolism and immunity is involved in the process of ageing.

immune cells,   nutrition,   metabolism,   immunity,   ageing,   dietary intervention,   lifespan,  
Congress questions govt <strong>response</strong> to reports about Rajnath's son

Congress questions govt response to reports about Rajnath's son

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Apparently seeking to drive a wedge in the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Congress on Wednesday questioned the "alacrity" with which the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has responded to reports which claimed that the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh's son had been ticked off by Narendra Modi for alleged "misconduct".

New Delhi,   Bharatiya Janata Party,   BJP,   Congress,   Prime Minister's Office,   PMO,   Union Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Narendra Modi,   Ajay Maken,   Pankaj Singh,  
Flight restrictions hamper Ebola <strong>response</strong>: UN

Flight restrictions hamper Ebola response: UN

26 Aug 2014

United Nations: The UN warned on Monday that restrictions on flights to and from Ebola-hit West African countries could hamper the international community's ability to fight and reverse the current outbreak of the deadly virus disease.

Ebola outbreak,   Ebola crisis,   Ebola treatment,   Deadly virus disease,   Stephane Dujarric,   UN Spokesperson,   Ebola control effects,   World health Organization,   David Nabarro,  
WHO to unveil <strong>response</strong> plan for Ebola

WHO to unveil response plan for Ebola

23 Aug 2014

United Nations: The World Health Organization (WHO) has said it will unveil a response plan to deal with the current Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa.

Ebola epidemic,   Ebola outbreak,   World health organization,   Non-airborne virus,   Ebola in West Africa,  
Attempts for flag meets got no <strong>response</strong> from Pakistan, says BSF

Attempts for flag meets got no response from Pakistan, says BSF

25 Aug 2014

Jammu: BSF has approached the Pakistan angers at least 16 times for flag meetings but got tepid response, a top officer of the force said on Sunday and claimed the neighbouring country is resorting to ceasefire violations to divert attention of its people from its internal strife.

BSF,   Pakistan,   Indian BSF,   ceasefire violations,   Flag meeting,   Pakistan internal turmoil,   Pakistani ammunitions,   mortar shells,   ,  
<strong>Immune</strong> cell discovery could help halt cancer spread: Study

Immune cell discovery could help halt cancer spread: Study

16 Aug 2014

Melbourne: Highly specialised immune cells, called natural killer cells, can play a critical role in killing melanoma cells that have spread to the lungs, a new study has found.

immune cells,   natural killer cells,   melanoma cells,   Walter and Eliza Hall Institute,   Australia,   ,  
 Halting <strong>immune</strong> <strong>response</strong> could save brain cells after stroke

Halting immune response could save brain cells after stroke

15 Mar 2014

Washington:  Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have found that using a compound to block the body's immune response greatly reduces disability after a stroke.  

immune system,   brain,   brain cells,   stroke,   heart attack,   heart ailment,   immune response ,  
Study reveals how <strong>immune</strong> system triggers psychological disorders

Study reveals how immune system triggers psychological disorders

15 Aug 2014

London: People with high levels of ‘inflammatory marker’ proteins released into the blood in response to infection are at greater risk of developing depression and psychosis, says a study.

Inflammatory marker,   Inflammatory marker proteins,   psychological disorders,   University of Cambridge,   JAMA Psychiatry,  
Sunlight can help control symptoms of severe asthma

Sunlight can help control symptoms of severe asthma

06 May 2014

New Delhi: Exposure to sunlight provides Vitamin D which can help control symptoms of severe asthma as people affected with asthma are low on immunity, say experts.

Sunlight,   Severe Aasthma,   World Aasthma Day,   Vivek Nangia,   Vitamin D,   asthma are low on immunity,   King's College London,   malfunctioning of the immune response,   ICS,   Columbia Asia Hospital,   treating asthma ,   ,  

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