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Swine flu claims four more lives, toll mounts to 423 in Rajasthan

Swine flu claims four more lives, toll mounts to 423 in Rajasthan

01 Apr 2015

Jaipur: Four more persons succumbed to swine flu in Rajasthan, raising the toll of disease-related deaths to 423 in the state since January this year, an official said on Wednesday.

Swine flu,   Death toll,   Rajasthan,   Jaipur,   H1N1 virus,   State Medical Health Directorate,  
Five new <strong>medical</strong> colleges likely to come up in Jammu and Kashmir

Five new medical colleges likely to come up in Jammu and Kashmir

31 Mar 2015

Jammu: The Central government is planning to set up five new medical colleges in Jammu and Kashmir, the state government said on Tuesday.

New medical colleges,   Legislative Assembly,   Central government,   Devender Rana,   DPR,   National Conference Party,  
Barpeta Food Poisoning: 528 admitted so far in BMCH

Barpeta Food Poisoning: 528 admitted so far in BMCH

19 Mar 2015

Barpeta: The number of people affected by food poisoning at Patbousi in Barpeta district of Assam on Monday went up to 528 on Wednesday with all of them admitted to the Barpeta Medical College Hospital, hospital sources said.

Barpeta Food Poisoning,   BMCH,   Assam,   Barpeta Medical College Hospital,   Patbousi,  
Another potato farmer commits suicide in West Bengal; toll rises to three

Another potato farmer commits suicide in West Bengal; toll rises to three

20 Mar 2015

Burdwan: Another potato farmer, suffering from financial crisis, allegedly committed suicide, in West Bengal's Burdwan district, taking the toll to three in fortnight.

Potato farmer,   Suicide,   Financial crisis,   Burdwan Medical College Hospital,   Pesticide,   Purnendu Bose,  
BJP criticises Bihar government over shortage of medicines in hospitals

BJP criticises Bihar government over shortage of medicines in hospitals

18 Mar 2015

Patna: Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday criticised the Bihar government over "non-availability" of basic medicines in government hospitals and medical colleges due to which the number of patients visiting these hospitals has come down.

BJP,   Bihar government,   medicines shortage in hospitals,   Patna Medical College and Hospital,   Bihar hospitals,  
New jumping spider with mating plug discovered

New jumping spider with mating plug discovered

27 Mar 2015

Thiruvananthapuram:  Researchers at Kochi's Sacred Heart College have discovered a new little jumping spider belonging to the Salticidae family in the Western Ghats.The new spider is remarkable for the presence of mating plugs, which are supposed function as the paternity protection devices.

Kochi,   Sacred Heart College,   Salticidae family,   Spider,   Western Ghats ,  
Toll mounts to 411 as three more die of swine flu in Rajasthan

Toll mounts to 411 as three more die of swine flu in Rajasthan

26 Mar 2015

Jaipur: Three more persons died of swine flu in Rajasthan, taking the toll of those succumbed to the HINI virus since beginning of this year to 411 in the state, an official said on Thursday.

Toll,   Swine flu,   HINI virus,   Medical and Health Department,   Influenza,  
Milk is just what your brain ordered

Milk is just what your brain ordered

25 Mar 2015

New York: Milk is not just good for babies, but for adults as well -- at least their brains. New research at the University of Kansas Medical Center has found a correlation between milk consumption and the levels of the naturally-occurring antioxidant glutathione in the brain in older, healthy adults.

Milk ,   brain,   health,   University of Kansas Medical Center,   nutrition,   Children,  
Two more die of swine flu as toll touches 402 in Rajasthan

Two more die of swine flu as toll touches 402 in Rajasthan

23 Mar 2015

Jaipur: Two more persons have died due to the H1N1 virus in last 24 hours in parts of Rajasthan, raising the death toll to 402 this year, an official said on Monday.

Swine flu,   death toll,   H1N1 virus,   Ajmer,   Medical and Health Department ,  
Has <strong>medical</strong> expansion made us feel less healthy?

Has medical expansion made us feel less healthy?

20 Mar 2015

Washington: In spite of continued medical expansion and increased access to health care facilities, people today feel less healthy than they did 25 years ago, a research has found.

medical expansion,   less healthy,   increased health care,   hyperactivity disorder,   diagnosis,  

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