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India to spend around Rs 1.7 lakh crore on universal <strong>health</strong> plan

India to spend around Rs 1.7 lakh crore on universal health plan

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: India will be spending around Rs 1.7 lakh crore (USD 28 billion) on its ambitious universal healthcare scheme under which free drugs, diagnostic tests and insurance cover will be provided to all its citizens.

India,   India healthcare,   Universal healthcare scheme,   Free drugs,   Diagnostic tests,   Insurance cover,   Modi government,  
Walking workstations boost overall <strong>health</strong>

Walking workstations boost overall health

30 Oct 2014

New York: A research showed that walking workstations could improve not only your physical, but your mental health as well. Walking workstations have advantages over at least three other forms of workstations: seated, standing and cycling, the findings showed.

Walking workstations,   Walking workstations boost health,   mental health,   physical health,   BMI,  
Flush Australia 'never in better <strong>health</strong>'

Flush Australia 'never in better health'

30 Oct 2014

Sydney: Cricket Australia on Thursday reported a strong financial position ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand early next year.

Cricket Australia,   financial income,   World Cup,   James Sutherland,   CA,   Australian public,   ,  
4 more polio cases found in Pakistan; tally jumps to 231

4 more polio cases found in Pakistan; tally jumps to 231

30 Oct 2014

Islamabad: At least four new polio cases have been reported in Pakistan, taking the number of those affected this year to 231 with the county's fight against the crippling disease showing no signs of improvement.

Pakistan,   Polio Cases,   National Institute of Health,   Taliban,   WHO,  
Obama praises <strong>health</strong> workers fighting Ebola as 'heroes'

Obama praises health workers fighting Ebola as 'heroes'

30 Oct 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama paid honour to healthcare workers who have treated Ebola patients in West Africa, calling them "heroes" deserving to be applauded rather than discouraged.

Obama,   health workers,   fight Ebola,   heroes,   US president,   Ebola,  
 Karnataka doctors withdraw resignations, end strike

Karnataka doctors withdraw resignations, end strike

30 Oct 2014

Bangalore: About 2,600 government doctors, including specialists, across Karnataka on Wednesday agreed to withdraw their resignation letters and call off their protest following assurances by the state government that their demands will be fulfilled soon.

Karnataka,   Karnataka State Government,   Government Doctors,   Health Minister,   UT Khader,   ,  
Bhaiya Duj rekindles childhood days for <strong>Shatrughan</strong> <strong>Sinha</strong>

Bhaiya Duj rekindles childhood days for Shatrughan Sinha

25 Oct 2014

Patna: Keeping up old tradition, actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha on Saturday visited the home of his elder sister on the occasion of Bhaiya Duj and rekindled fond memories of childhood.

Bhaiya Duj,   Shatrughan Sinha,   Sonakshi Sinha,   Diwali,   Festival,  
Public <strong>Health</strong> Protection Agency in Kerala

Public Health Protection Agency in Kerala

28 Oct 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Congress-led UDF government in Kerala has proposed a new initiative for addressing social and technical issues related to all major health challenges of the state.

UDF Government,   Kerala,   Public Health Intervention,   Public Health Protection Agency,   Chief Minister Oommen Chandy,  
Sonakshi <strong>Sinha</strong> debuts short haircut

Sonakshi Sinha debuts short haircut

27 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who has always sported long locks, has opted for a shoulder-length haircut for the first time.

Sonakshi Sinha,   Sonakshi's short haircut,   Dabangg,   Twitter,   Action Jackson,   Tevar,   Linga,  
High milk intake tied to increased mortality risk

High milk intake tied to increased mortality risk

29 Oct 2014

London: Drinking more than one and a half pints of milk a day could increase the risk of early death, a new study has warned. Researchers led by Professor Karl Michaelsson of Uppsala University in Sweden found that the high levels of lactose and galactose sugar in milk means that the drink in large quantities could have a negative effect.

milk,   early death,   high milk intake,   health,   lifestyle,   mortality risk,  

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