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Bird flu alert in UP: Import of poultry products banned

Bird flu alert in UP: Import of poultry products banned

22 Dec 2014

Lucknow: Following reports of a bird flu case in Chandigarh, Uttar Pradesh banned the import of chicken, eggs and all forms of poultry from other states, an official said on Monday.

bird flu case,   poultry,   poultry units,   veterinary doctors,   animal husbandry,   bird flu vaccination,   bird flu,  
Centre may initiate JE <strong>vaccination</strong> in Arunachal Pradesh

Centre may initiate JE vaccination in Arunachal Pradesh

13 Aug 2014

Itanagar: The Centre has assured Arunachal Pradesh that it will consider the request of the state government for vaccination against Japanese Encephalitis (JE) in all affected districts followed by routine immunization of children between 1-15 years of age.

Arunachal Pradesh,   JE vaccination,   Japanese Encephalitis,   epidemiologist L Jampa,   Dr RK Jaiswal ,  
  Al-Qaeda 'bursting with <strong>pain</strong>' over Pakistan school attack

Al-Qaeda 'bursting with pain' over Pakistan school attack

22 Dec 2014

Peshawar: Al-Qaeda's regional branch said its heart is "bursting with pain" over the Taliban's massacre at a Pakistan school and urged the militants to target only security forces.

Al-Qaeda,   Pakistan school attack,   Osama Mehmood,   TTP,   Peshawar school attack,   Peshawar,   Pakistan school,  
Serotonin can reduce sensitivity to <strong>pain</strong>

Serotonin can reduce sensitivity to pain

23 Aug 2014

Lisbon: Researchers at Portugal's Champalimaud Foundation said on Friday that the molecule of serotonin in the organism can diminish sensitivity to pain.

Serotonin,   sensitivity to pain,   pain,   chronic pain,   physiological role,   biomedical research,  
Drug menace a national <strong>pain</strong>, says PM Narendra Modi

Drug menace a national pain, says PM Narendra Modi

14 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Voicing concern over the "devastating" drug addiction menace, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said society as well as the government will have to work together to fight this problem and that a helpline would be set up soon to assist those seeking solutions.

drug addiction menace,   Prime Minister of India,   Narendra Modi,   Indian society,   government of India,   Mann Ki Baat programme on radio ,  
Nadal to receive stem cell treatment for back <strong>pain</strong>

Nadal to receive stem cell treatment for back pain

11 Nov 2014

Barcelona: Rafael Nadal's doctor says the 14-time Grand Slam winner will receive stem cell treatment on his ailing back. Angel Ruiz-Cotorro said that "we are going to put cells in a joint in his spine" next week in Barcelona.

stem cell treatment,   back pain,   Rafael Nadal,   NFL players,   Pete Sampras,   Roger Federer,  
Cherry juice may help fight gout: Study

Cherry juice may help fight gout: Study

02 Oct 2014

London: Drinking cherry juice concentrate may help patients beat gout, according to new research. Tart cherries have long been researched for their association with pain relief, ranging from gout and arthritis joint pain to exercise-related muscle pain, researchers said.

Cherry juice,   gout,   arthritis,   joint pain,   muscle pain,  
Venus to sell <strong>pain</strong> reliever 'Trois' in Singapore, eyes USD 10 million

Venus to sell pain reliever 'Trois' in Singapore, eyes USD 10 million

25 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: Pharma major Venus Remedies will start selling its pain reliever 'Trois' in the Singapore market and is expecting a revenue of USD 10 million in the next three years.

Venus Remedies,   Trois,   Pharmaceutical,   Pain reliever,   Cronical pain,  
<strong>Vaccination</strong> alerts now on mobile

Vaccination alerts now on mobile

13 Mar 2014

New Delhi: The Indian Academy of Paediatrics (IAP) on Thursday launched a new service which will alert parents about the immunisation schedule of their children through a text message on their mobile.

Vaccination,   Indian Academy of Paediatrics,   mobile,   alert,   Vodafone,   Rohit Adya,   Union Health Ministry,  
Smokers more likely to develop chronic back <strong>pain</strong>

Smokers more likely to develop chronic back pain

04 Nov 2014

Washington: Smokers are three times more likely than nonsmokers to develop chronic back pain, but kicking the butt lowers the chances of developing this often debilitating condition, a new study has found.

Smokers,   chronic back pain,   Bogdan Petre,   Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine,   Cancer,   Smoking,  

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