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Andhra Pradesh CM Naidu stresses on creating digital <strong>health</strong> profiles

Andhra Pradesh CM Naidu stresses on creating digital health profiles

19 May 2015

Hyderabad: The Andhra Pradesh government on Monday set a three-year deadline to transform the state into 'Aarogya Andhra Pradesh'.

Andhra Pradesh CM,   N Chandrababu Naidu,   Andhra digital health profiles,   Aarogya Andhra Pradesh,   Andhra Pradesh government,   latest states news,  
Impressed by PM Modi's commitment to clean energy: Bloomberg

Impressed by PM Modi's commitment to clean energy: Bloomberg

23 May 2015

Washington: Lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi for proposing new public health standards for emissions from coal-fired power plants, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has said he is impressed by the Indian leader's commitment to build a clean energy future for India.

Narendra Modi,   Public health,   Power plants,   Michael Bloomberg,   Clean energy,   India energy sector ,  
 Kailash Kher unwell, hospitalised

Kailash Kher unwell, hospitalised

23 May 2015

Mumbai: Bollywood singer Kailash Kher has been hospitalised here, sources said on Saturday. The singer has been ignoring his health, they added.

Kailash Kher,   Bollywood singer,   Kailash Kher hospitalised,   Kokilaben Hospital,   Kailash Kher twitter,   Kailash Kher health,   Latest entertainment news ,  
Afternoon protein snacks may help prevent teenage obesity

Afternoon protein snacks may help prevent teenage obesity

22 May 2015

New York: Are you wondering how to make your adolescent kid avoid eating unhealthy in the evening? Researchers have found that high-protein afternoon snacks, particularly soy foods, reduce unhealthy evening snacking in teenagers, thereby preventing obesity.

Afternoon snacks,   protein snacks,   teenage obesity,   adolescent kids,   soy foods,   Latest health news,  
 Ladies! Chamomile tea can help you live longer

Ladies! Chamomile tea can help you live longer

22 May 2015

New York: Drinking chamomile tea can decrease the risk of death from many causes in women, over 65 new researches have found. Chamomile is one of the oldest, most-widely used medicinal plant in the world which has been recommended for a variety of healing applications.

Chamomile tea,   chamomile tea benefits,   women age,   tips to live longer,   tea benefits,   Latest health news ,  
India gives USD 2.1 million to WHO; Nadda assumes WHA presidency

India gives USD 2.1 million to WHO; Nadda assumes WHA presidency

18 May 2015

Geneva: India on Monday announced that it would contribute USD 2.1 million to the World Health Organisation (WHO) as a "reflection" of its commitment to the global health body and its mandate. Health Minister J P Nadda, who assumed the presidency at the 68th World Health Assembly (WHA) that commenced here, said "inequities of resources has a direct correlation with the inequities of health" and there was a need to redouble efforts in the post-2015 development agenda to surmount "ever increasing public health challenges".

JP Nadda,   WHA presidency,   WHO,   Union Health Minister,   Health Organisation,   SSFFC,   World Health Assembly,   Latest World News,  
  Farhan Akhtar to make film on amputee athlete's life

Farhan Akhtar to make film on amputee athlete's life

20 May 2015

Lucknow: Director-actor Farhan Akhtar has offered to give the struggle of Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to climb Mount Everest, a big screen treatment.

Farhan Akhtar,   athlete,   Bollywood director actor,   Arunima Sinha,   Mount Everest,   differently abled persons,   Bollywood films,   Latest entertainment news,  
Norwegian delegation inspects <strong>health</strong> projects in Jammu and Kashmir

Norwegian delegation inspects health projects in Jammu and Kashmir

12 May 2015

Jammu: A high level Norwegian delegation led by the country's ambassador on Tuesday inspected the ongoing health projects being executed in Jammu and Kashmir under the collaboration of India and Norway.

Norwegian ambassador,   Health projects,   Norwegian delegation,   Minister for Health,   Chowdhary Lal Singh,   NIPI,   Latest States News,  
 Maggi contains seven times more Lead, plus MSG

Maggi contains seven times more Lead, plus MSG

21 May 2015

New Delhi: Maggie comes in to category of junk food. Maggie contains MSG – Mono Sodium Glutamate. This MSG is to enhance flavor for processed food. The excess use of MSG acts like a nerve toxin.

Maggi Ban,   Maggi in India,   Maggi Masala,   MSG,   Lead in Maggi,   MSG in Maggi,   Nestle India,   Latest health news,  
 High BP driving heart diseases in India

High BP driving heart diseases in India

21 May 2015

Washington: Hypertension or high blood pressure has been found to be the most common cardiovascular risk factor in a study of outpatient care in India.Of the 68,196 patients from 10 cardiology outpatient departments included in the US-led study, hypertension was present in nearly 30 percent patients followed by other risk factors including diabetes, current tobacco use and high cholesterol.

High BP,   Blood Pressure,   Heart diseases,   cardiovascular risk ,   high cholesterol,   Latest health news,  

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