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Female, infant foeticide rising: Union <strong>Health</strong> Minister

Female, infant foeticide rising: Union Health Minister

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The government admitted that there has been an increase in cases of female and infant foeticide across the country.

Female Foeticide,   Infanticide,   Union Health Minister,   JP Nadda,   Sex Ratio,   Sex Determination,   HRD and WCD Ministry,  
Return of leader Clarke strengthens Australia - McCullum

Return of leader Clarke strengthens Australia - McCullum

27 Feb 2015

New Zealand were "in awe" of Michael Clarke's leadership during the tragedy of Phillip Hughes' death and his inclusion for Saturday's World Cup blockbuster can only strengthen Australia, captain Brendon McCullum has said.

New Zealand cricket team,   Michael Clarke,   Phillip Hughes,   ICC ODI World Cup,   Australia vs New Zealand,   Brendon McCullum,  
Sleeping for over eight hours tied to greater stroke risk

Sleeping for over eight hours tied to greater stroke risk

27 Feb 2015

London: People who sleep for more than eight hours a day may be at an increased risk of stroke, a new Cambridge study has found. This risk doubles for older people who persistently sleep longer than average, researchers said.

sleeping,   stroke risk,   Public Health,   sleep,   fatal stroke,  
WHO lauds India for anti-smoking mechanisms

WHO lauds India for anti-smoking mechanisms

27 Feb 2015

Geneva: The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Thursday lauded India's tobacco control mechanisms, calling the country a "champion" for curbing "tobacco marketing in films".

WHO,   World Health Organisation,   anti smoking mechanisms,   India tobacco control mechanism,   tobacco marketing in films,   India,   FCTC,  
Opposition demands resignation of Rajasthan <strong>Health</strong> Minister over H1N1 outbreak

Opposition demands resignation of Rajasthan Health Minister over H1N1 outbreak

26 Feb 2015

Jaipur: Rajasthan Assembly on Thursday witnessed noisy scenes as the Opposition parties accused the Vasundhra Raje-led BJP government of failing in containing the swine flu outbreak in the state and demanded resignation of Health Minister R S Rathore on moral grounds.

Rajasthan Health Minister,   R S Rathore,   Swine flu Rajasthan,   Swine flu outbreak,   HIN1 virus,  
 Toxin in your oat breakfast?

Toxin in your oat breakfast?

26 Feb 2015

Washington: Often touted for boosting cardiac health, oat-based breakfast cereals have now come under the scanner as researchers have detected in them potentially dangerous mould contamination.

cardiac health,   oat breakfast,   breakfast,   cereals ,  
Andhra Pradesh government to prepare <strong>health</strong> action plan for Godavari Pushkaram

Andhra Pradesh government to prepare health action plan for Godavari Pushkaram

25 Feb 2015

Rajahmundry (AP): A comprehensive health action plan would be prepared for the pilgrims of Godavari Pushkaram, to be held in July this year.

Andhra Pradesh government,   health action plan,   Godavari Pushkaram,   Andhra Pradesh,   K Srinivas,  
Searching medical information online poses privacy risk?

Searching medical information online poses privacy risk?

25 Feb 2015

Washington: Visiting a health-related web page poses significant risk to your privacy as your personal health information may be leaked to third parties such as Google and Facebook, researchers have warned.

Health website,   Privacy,   Health information,   Google,   Facebook,   Medical information,   Leaks ,  
Government serious in dealing with swine flu situation: J P Nadda

Government serious in dealing with swine flu situation: J P Nadda

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Even as 926 people have perished to swine flu and over 16,000 are affected, government on Thursday asserted that it is "very serious" on combating the challenge and asked people not to panic but be alert as necessary arrangements are in place to deal with the situation.

Health Minister,   J P Nadda,   swine flu,   H1N1 virus,   swine flu death toll,  
Sierra Leone reports sharp spike in Ebola cases

Sierra Leone reports sharp spike in Ebola cases

26 Feb 2015

Freetown: Sierra Leone said on Wednesday it was seeing a spike in Ebola infections, blaming unsafe burials that threaten to undermine the recovery from the deadly epidemic.

Sierra Leone,   Ebola infections,   deadly epidemic,   infectious virus,   World Health Organization,  

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