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Exercise boosts bone, joint <strong>health</strong>: Study

Exercise boosts bone, joint health: Study

29 Aug 2014

Washington: Being physically active may significantly improve musculoskeletal and overall health and minimize or delay the effects of ageing, according to new research.

Exercise,   bone,   joint health,   musculoskeletal,   physical health,   flexibility training,   ,  
Plan to make Subedarganj station into full-fledged terminal: Railway Ministry

Plan to make Subedarganj station into full-fledged terminal: Railway Ministry

29 Aug 2014

Allahabad: Railways has sanctioned a budget of Rs 26 crore as part of its plan to develop the Subedarganj station, situated close to the North Central Railway headquarters in Allahabad, as a full-fledged terminal, Minister of State, Manoj Sinha said on Thursday.

Railways,   Allahabad railways,   Subedarganj railway station,   Manoj Sinha,   Minister of state,   Allahabad Junction,   Ardh Kumbh,   Allahabad-Chapra route,   Allahabad-Mughalsarai route,   BJP,   ,  
'Vital' to resume flights to Ebola-hit countries, says WHO

'Vital' to resume flights to Ebola-hit countries, says WHO

29 Aug 2014

Geneva: The World Health Organization on Thursday said it was vital that airlines resume flights to Ebola-hit West Africa, warning that suspension of flights was threatening efforts to beat the epidemic.

WHO,   Ebola epidemic,   Ebola outbreak,   Ebola vaccination,   International health epidemic,   Air France flight suspension,   West Africa isolated,  
WHO sounds alarm as Ebola claims over 1,500 lives

WHO sounds alarm as Ebola claims over 1,500 lives

29 Aug 2014

Accra: The World Health Organization said that the number of Ebola cases was increasing rapidly and could exceed 20,000 before the virus is brought under control, as the death toll topped 1,500.

WHO,   World Health Organization,   Ebola,   Sierra Leone,   Liberia,   Guinea,  
Exercise boosts bone, joint <strong>health</strong>: Study

Exercise boosts bone, joint health: Study

28 Aug 2014

Washington: Being physically active may significantly improve musculoskeletal and overall health and minimise or delay the effects of ageing, according to new research.

Exercise,   bones,   musculoskeletal,   ageing,   aerobic regimens,  
Add coconut in your diet for good <strong>health</strong>

Add coconut in your diet for good health

28 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Coconut has many nutritional benefits and now it has been revealed that this super food can help in curing various medical problems.

good health,   Coconut water,   Coconut oil,   Coconut sugar,   Coconut yoghurt,   Fresh coconut,  
Chhattisgarh launches scheme for children's free <strong>health</strong> screening

Chhattisgarh launches scheme for children's free health screening

28 Aug 2014

Raipur: Chhattisgarh government has launched a 'Chirayu Yojna' under National Child Health Programme which aims to provide free health screening to children upto 18 years of age, in the state.

Chhattisgarh government,   Chirayu Yojna,   National Child Health Programme,   free health screening,   ,  
Burning garbage has worse <strong>health</strong> effects than previously estimated

Burning garbage has worse health effects than previously estimated

28 Aug 2014

Mumbai: A new study by National Center for Atmospheric Research reveals that burning of trash has more adverse effect on public health than it was assumed.

Burning garbage,   health effects,   burning trash,   public health,   mercury,   polycyclic hydrocarbons,   ,  
821 passengers being tracked for Ebola, says <strong>Health</strong> Ministry

821 passengers being tracked for Ebola, says Health Ministry

28 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A total of 821 passengers are being tracked from the deadly Ebola virus, according to the health ministry. Most of the affected are in the states of Maharashtra, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

Passengers,   Ebola,   Ebola virus,   Health Ministry,   anti-malarial treatment,   medical aide,   health care,  
NHRC notice to UP, WB, Odisha govts over cases of encephalitis

NHRC notice to UP, WB, Odisha govts over cases of encephalitis

28 Aug 2014

New Delhi: National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) today issued notices to governments of Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Odisha over recurring cases of Japanese encephalitis and alleged lack of preventive measure being taken by them.

NHRC notice,   UP,   WB,   Odisha,   government,   encephalitis,   health measures,  

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