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Animal tuberculosis

17/10/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

The first-ever road map to combat animal tuberculosis (bovine TB) and its transmission to humans, referred to as zoonotic TB, was recently launched at ...

Intensified Mission Indradhanush (IMI)

12/10/2017 | Social Issues | Health

Prime Minister of India has launched the Intensified Mission Indradhanush (IMI) at Vadnagar in Gujarat. Through this programme, Government of India ai ...

WHO releases new guidelines to manage obesity in children

12/10/2017 | Social Issues | Health

With increasing evidence that childhood obesity is a “global epidemic” affecting even the poorer nations, the World Health Organization (WHO) has rele ...

Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY) is in poor health

12/10/2017 | Social Issues | Health

Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY) was launched eight years ago with the main objectives to provide financial coverage (or risk protection) by redu ...

New vaccine on Influenza virus

9/10/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

A potentially ground breaking seasonal flu vaccine has been developed by a team from Oxford University. This could be significant to the world and to ...

Nobel Prize in medicine

4/10/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

Three US scientists have won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine “for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm ...

Report on drug abuse in Punjab

10/9/2017 | Social Issues | Health

In Punjab, alcohol and tobacco are the most common intoxicants and not the infamous ‘chitta’ (heroin), as is the popular perception. These are the fin ...

Generic Medicine

14/8/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

There is continuous fall in the price of generic medicine which is affecting the profitability of major generic manufacturers. This may seem like good ...

Second Round of National Deworming initiative

12/8/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has launched its 2nd round of National Deworming Day (NDD) 2017 in 33 States/UTs targeting. A total of 7.8 crore ...

Guidelines for Planning and Implementation of Family Participatory Care

4/8/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare recently released Operational Guidelines for Planning and Implementation of Family Participatory Care (FPC) for ...

Ban on use of Liquid Nitrogen

1/8/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

The Haryana government had recently banned the use of liquid nitrogen. The Haryana food and drugs administration department issued an order under sect ...

NITI Aayog moot privatisation of select services in district hospitals

23/7/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

Niti Aayog and the Union ministry for health and family welfare have proposed a model contract to increase the role of private hospitals in treating n ...

National strategic plan for malaria elimination

21/7/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare launched the National Strategic Plan for Malaria Elimination (2017-22). Highlights of the plan: Strategies invol ...

A looming threat of MDR-TB

19/7/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

About 5,500 of over 76,000 children tested in nine Indian cities have been diagnosed with tuberculosis. 9% of them with multi-drug resistant TB (MDR-T ...

India declares itself free from Bird Flu

10/7/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

India has declared itself free from Bird Flu (highly pathogenic Avian Influenza – H5N1 and H5N8). The move will help it resume export of poultry produ ...

Drug-resistant TB higher among children

8/7/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

According to a report by FIND(Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics x), Multi-Drug Resistant (MDR) TB is higher among children than expected. This ...

National Biopharma Mission

2/7/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

In order to accelerate discovery research to early development for biopharmaceutical, ministry of Science and Technology, Earth Sciences, Environment, ...

India has second highest number of obese children in world

16/6/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

According to a new study published in “New England Journal of Medicine”, India has the second highest number of obese children in the world after Chin ...

WHO revises antibiotics protocol

13/6/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has introduced the model list of essential medicines for 2017, which includes new plans and advice for antibiotics ...

Oxytocin

11/6/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

Oxytocin is banned by the Drug Controller from retail market. Now Central Drugs Standard Control Organization(CDSA) is planning to restrict manufactur ...

Zika Virus

31/5/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

The Union Health Ministry has confirmed that three cases of Zika were reported from Ahmedabad in January. About ZIKA virus Zika virus is a member of t ...

Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY)

27/5/2017 | Government Policy and programmes | Health

The Union Cabinet has given its approval for establishment of new AIIMS at Kamrup (North Guwahati Revenue circle). The cost of the project is Rs.1123 ...

Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs)

26/5/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

Around the world, nearly 1.6 billion people are affected by a group of diseases which is called neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). About Neglected tr ...

National surveillance programme for aquatic animal diseases

18/5/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

The national surveillance programme for aquatic animal diseases in India, one of the largest fish disease surveillance programme implemented in the co ...

Anti-pneumonia vaccine as part of Universal Immunisation Programme (UIP)

17/5/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

India has rolled out anti-pneumonia vaccine as part of the government’s Universal Immunisation Programme (UIP). The vaccine will protect children agai ...

Ebola

16/5/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

The World Health Organization has declared an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Africa. More than 11,000 people died in the Eb ...

Multidrug-resistant TB will rise in India

14/5/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

Lancet Infectious Disease journal has forecast an increase in drug-resistant tuberculosis cases in the four high-burden countries, including India, an ...

Local Treatment of Urban Sewage Streams for Healthy Reuse

12/5/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

Department of Biotechnology and Netherlands Science Agency have announced a joint call for proposals for cleaning the Barapullah drain under the Proje ...

eVIN Project

5/5/2017 | Social Issues | Health

India’s electronic vaccine intelligence network project also known as eVIN project has got the attention of five countries. Philippines, Indonesia, Ba ...

National Action Plan to combat Antimicrobial Resistance

22/4/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

Health ministry announced the finalisation of India's comprehensive and multi-sectoral National Action Plan based on antimicrobial resistance. Importa ...

Swine flu

19/4/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

Indian medical association (IMA) has issued an advisory to its members across Maharashtra this year because of over 100 deaths due to swine flu (H1N1 ...

HIV+ kids to get special consideration under RTE

2/4/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

The Supreme Court asked all states to give special consideration to children affected with HIV or living with HIV. The order came on the heels of a pe ...

Why TB is still with us

1/4/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

TB so far has killed an estimated 4,80,000 Indians each year — more than 1,400 every day, almost one Indian per minute. Analysis: The toll hasn’t reac ...

Uttarakhand Health Systems Development Project

29/3/2017 | Social Issues | Health

A financing agreement for IDA credit of US$ 100m for the “Uttarakhand Health Systems Development Project” was signed with the World Bank. The objectiv ...

National Conference on Down syndrome

29/3/2017 | Social Issues | Health

National Conference on Down syndrome was recently inaugurated in New Delhi. The Conference was organized by The National Trust for the welfare of pers ...

HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Bill-2014

24/3/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

The HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Bill-2014, which criminalises discrimination against HIV-positive people and those living with them, was pas ...

National Family Health Survey-4 (NFHS-4)

6/3/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

A latest survey by the government has shown positive trends in key health indicators, including an improvement in sex ratio at birth and a decline in ...

12 supergerms threaten world with incurable diseases

1/3/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

World health organization (WHO) urged governments, scientists and pharma companies to create new drugs to tackle 12 antibiotics-resistant supergerms t ...

NDMA prepares States to deal with Heat Wave 2017

25/2/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

A national workshop on Preparation of Heat Wave Action Plan was recently organised in Hyderabad . Discussions were held with all stakeholders resolvin ...

WHO Assessment on National Regulatory Authority of India

24/2/2017 | Social Issues | Health

The National Regulatory Authority of India (NRAI) has been given the maximum ratings by global health body World Health Organisation for vaccine regul ...

Economic survey on Health and Fertility

23/2/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

According to economic survey 2016-17, despite overall growth, there is a striking evidence of divergence or widening gaps in income as well as consump ...

FSSAI constitutes panel to identify nutritional gaps

21/2/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has constituted a Scientific Panel on “Food Fortification and Nutrition” to take the food for ...

Single-dose Zika vaccine

7/2/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

A new Zika vaccine candidate has potential to protect against the virus with a single dose and is the first to show long-lasting protection in animals ...

Sparsh Leprosy Awareness Campaign

1/2/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

A nationwide Sparsh Leprosy Awareness Campaign was launched on January 30, which is also marked as Anti-Leprosy Day. About this campaign: Early detect ...

Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations

28/1/2017 | Governance Issues | Health

A global coalition to create new vaccines for emerging infectious diseases, designed to help give the world an insurance policy against epidemics was ...

Universal Immunisation Programme

24/1/2017 | Government Policy and programmes | Health

The basket of vaccines in India’s Universal Immunisation Programme (UIP) was static for many years — until the entry of the Pentavalent [which protect ...

International Vaccine Institute (IVI)

22/1/2017 | Social Issues | Health

The Union Cabinet has given its approval to the proposal for India’s taking full membership of the International Vaccine Institute (IVI) Governing Cou ...

E- Cigarettes in India

16/1/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

The current unregulated sale of e-cigarettes is dangerous for a country like India where the number of smokers is on the decline. About E-cigarettes: ...

WHO(World health organization) report on Polio in South East Asian Region

15/1/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

Amid a global shortage of injectable inactivated polio vaccines (IPV), a new inoculation regimen, employed by governments in the South-East Asian regi ...

Measles-rubella vaccine

14/1/2017 | Science Affairs | Health

Measles-rubella vaccine (MR) vaccine is all set to be introduced from February, 2017 in five states and Union territories as a part of the basket of p ...

India fares poorly on health indicators: WHO

28/12/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

India is among the 194 countries that are aiming to attain Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by 2030 under the commitment to attain Sustainable Developm ...

World Malaria Report 2016

14/12/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

According to recently released world malaria report, 2016, Global access to key anti-malarial interventions has improved over the last year, but persi ...

Delhi HC quashes government ban on fixed dose combination drugs

3/12/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Delhi high court has quashed the ban on Fixed dose combination (FDCs). The ban was imposed based on the recommendations of Kokate committee. It was im ...

NeHA

27/11/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

In last decade, internet has revolutionized the world where we can search, navigate, buy, communicate and entertain ourselves, but health-services in ...

Report on global health released by Credit Suisse

25/11/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

According to a report on global health released by Credit Suisse, the total quantum of wealth is rising in India but so is the disparity between those ...

HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Bill, 2014

22/11/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

In a move to grant stronger protection to the country’s HIV community, the government plans to introduce the HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Bil ...

International Conference on Brucellosis 2016

20/11/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

The three day International Conference on Brucellosis, is organized by the Department of Biotechnology in collaboration with Indian Council for Agricu ...

India’s fight against child pneumonia, diarrhoea epidemics

15/11/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

The Pneumonia and Diarrhoea Progress Report published annually by the International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School ...

9th International Regulatory Cooperation for Herbal Medicines

9/11/2016 | Social Issues | Health

The 9th Annual Meeting of International Regulatory Cooperation for Herbal Medicines (IRCH) has begun at New Delhi. The Ministry of AYUSH has organized ...

Conference of the Parties (COP 7) On FCTC

9/11/2016 | Social Issues | Health

The seventh session of the Conference of the Parties (COP7) has begun in Delhi. It is the first occasion that a COP meeting is being held in India. CO ...

Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan

6/11/2016 | Government Policy and programmes | Health

Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan (PMSMA) is a new initiative of the Government of India. This scheme mainly aims at boosting the health care ...

H5 Avian Influenza

25/10/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

The Centre formed a three-member committee to keep a close watch on the bird flu situation even as over 40 avian deaths have been reported in the nati ...

Electric bandage

14/10/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

US space agency NASA has developed a high-tech electroactive bandage that creates an electric charge to help promote the healing process of wounds. Th ...

HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Bill, 2014

9/10/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

The Union Cabinet has approved the amendments to the HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Bill, 2014. The Bill was first introduced in Parliament by ...

Noble Prize in Medicine

7/10/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

Yoshinori Ohsumi, a Japanese cell biologist, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discoveries on how cells recycle their cont ...

Bihar brings in new law banning liquor consumption

5/10/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Bihar government came out with a new and more stringent liquor-ban law- ‘Bihar prohibition and excise act, 2016’. Key provisions of the law: This is a ...

Scrub Typhus

28/9/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

There is rise in number of cases of Scrub Typhus in Himachal Pradesh. Scrub typhus - a mite-borne disease, has claimed 20 lives and affected over 700 ...

India Declares itself Free from Avian Influenza (H5N1)

18/9/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

The Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries in the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers welfare has declared India free from Avian Influ ...

Chikungunya

15/9/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

Chikungunya outbreak in New Delhi is sending alarms of caution in the national capital. Chikungunya, a mosquito-borne disease that affects mainly adul ...

Leprosy Case Detection Campaign

9/9/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

In a bid to eradicate Leprosy from India, Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry has launched the biggest Leprosy Case Detection Campaign (LCDC) in ...

India is now Yaws And Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus Elimination (MNTE) free - WHO

8/9/2016 | Social Issues | Health

The World Health Organization (WHO) has acknowledged India as the world's first Yaws-free country and also declared it free from maternal and neonatal ...

Zika alert in India

7/9/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

Indian Medical Association has issued a Zika alert in India asking physicians and the public to be vigilant and not ignore chikungunya-like symptoms w ...

FMD(Foot & mouth disease) Mukta Bharat

11/8/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

Agriculture ministry has conceived a ‘FMD Mukta Bharat‘ (FMD Free India) programme to cover all the states which have not yet been covered under the s ...

Mental Health Care Bill, 2013

9/8/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Rajya Sabha passes the Mental Health Care Bill, 2013 . The Bill repeals the Mental Health Act, 1987. The key features of the Bill are: Rights of perso ...

New Guidelines For AYUSH

5/8/2016 | Social Issues | Health

Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has released draft guidelines for conducting testing medicines from Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeop ...

CHARGE syndrome

28/7/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

Scientists from the Delhi-based CSIR-Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology created a possibility to solve the problem of children born with CH ...

Global Nutrition Report 2016

26/7/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

The “Global Nutrition Report 2016” once again demonstrates India’s slow overall progress in addressing chronic malnutrition, manifest in stunting (low ...

WHO report on ‘doctors’ in India

21/7/2016 | Social Issues | Health

WHO recently released a report titled ‘The Health Workforce in India’ . For this study data from 2001 census is extracted which provided a comprehensi ...

Peru declares Zika emergency across half the country

16/7/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

Peru has declared a Zika health emergency across the northern half of their country after confirming that 102 people have been infected with the virus ...

Maltitol

13/7/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

A team of scientists from Bengaluru’s Indian Institute of Science (IISc) has come up with a new bone reconstruction method similar to sutures. For thi ...

Infant mortality rate: Target set by Millennium Development Goals not met

28/6/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Sample Registration System (SRS) Bulletin 2014, is published by the Registrar General of India. This report is released for only 23 states and Union t ...

Impact of LED on human health

25/6/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

According to a report released by the American Medical Association, excessive blue light emitted by light emitting diodes (LED) can adversely impact h ...

AYUSH(Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy)

23/6/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Indian government has decided to popularize AYUSH internationally by sending out experts to all the members countries of United Nation. About AYUSH AY ...

Yellow Fever Vaccination facility inaugurated at Tuticorin

22/6/2016 | Social Issues | Health

Government has introduced yellow fever vaccination facility at VO Chidambaranar Port, one of the top 12 major ports in the country. This will be the 3 ...

Rotavirus Vaccine

17/6/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

Union health ministry has launched indigenous vaccine Rotavac to prevent diarrhea. This vaccine is launched under universal immunization programme. Th ...

UN adopts action plan to end AIDS by 2030

12/6/2016 | Social Issues | Health

United Nations has adopted a political declaration that stresses the need to help intravenous drug users, sex workers, gay men and transgender people ...

Mission Indradhanush

1/6/2016 | Government Policy and programmes | Health

The health ministry is planning to revamp its flagship immunisation programme ‘Mission Indradhanush‘ to include four new vaccines. The mission, curren ...

Rise of Anti biotic resistance

31/5/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

A new superbug carrying mcr -1 gene is found in USA which is resistant to an antibiotic drug called colistin . Collistin is considered as a last resor ...

A big boost for public health

31/5/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) is no longer a major public health problem in the South-East Asia region. As immunisation coverage and access to m ...

Potassium Bromate

27/5/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

The latest study by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has claimed that many bread, burger and pizza samples contained potassium bromated(Kb ...

‘Qora’

24/5/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

The government has launched an indigenously developed “affordable” faecal incontinence management system ‘Qora’. This innovative medical device has be ...

Red Line Campaign

23/5/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

The global review of Antimicrobial Resistance which is chaired by economist Jim O’Neill has appreciated a public awareness campaign of India : " Medic ...

Health Protection Scheme (HPS)

17/5/2016 | Government Policy and programmes | Health

The Health Protection Scheme (HPS) was announced in the Union Budget 2016 . With this, the government has announced its plans to roll out a health pro ...

Larger pictorial warnings on tobacco products

12/5/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

The Supreme Court directed all tobacco companies to implement the rule mandating 85% pictorial warnings on packets of tobacco products. The Cigarettes ...

Jan Aushadhi Scheme

11/5/2016 | Government Policy and programmes | Health

Jan Aushadhi, the government scheme to make quality drugs available at affordable prices, was relaunched with private participation. Non-governmental ...

Alloxan

7/5/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

Alloxan, a chemical allegedly used in the manufacture of refined flour, faced the prospect of limitations on its use after a litigant approached the M ...

Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP)

28/4/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Indian government is exploring the feasibility of establishing WHO-approved Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) facility for yellow fever drugs ...

Panama disease stalks banana cultivation in Kerala

26/4/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

The Panama disease caused by a soil-borne fungus is threatening banana crops across Kerala It is posing a potential crisis for farmers, even as global ...

National Sample Survey (NSS) report on open defecation

23/4/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

According to national sample survey , more than half of people in rural areas still go for open defecation though things seems to be changing after co ...

Risk of Chewless Tobacco

20/4/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

The Delhi government has banned for one year the sale, purchase and storage of all forms of chewable tobacco, including "guktha, pan masala, khaini an ...

Problem With Polio vaccine

19/4/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

The World Health Organization has given countries two weeks to replace a problem polio vaccine blamed for some outbreaks of the crippling disease. The ...

Poor status of health cover in India: NSS (National Sample survey)

12/4/2016 | Social Issues | Health

Recently a survey was released by NSS(National Sample survey) on the status of health insurance cover in India. In India Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojan ...

Bihar Government imposes complete ban on alcohol

7/4/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Bihar Government has taken a decision to completely ban on all types of liquor (alcohol) throughout the state including Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IM ...

High Prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD)

29/3/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

An unusually high incidence of the chronic kidney disease (CKD) is common to four regions in Goa, Maharashtra, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. Some survey ...

Ban on Drugs in India

23/3/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

The Health Ministry banned 344 fixed dose drug combinations. Among the commonly used brands that stand banned after the notification are the cough syr ...

Immunisation Programmes in India

23/3/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

India has achieved major public health achievements with the help of safe and effective vaccines delivered through quality programmes.like there is el ...

Parliament Panel on Medical education In India

22/3/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Parliamentary committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Ranjit Roy has submitted the 92nd report titled ‘The Functioning of Medical Council of India’ to ...

Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY)

22/2/2016 | Government Policy and programmes | Health

A report conducted by Council for Social Development concluded that RSBY has made very less impact on the medical impoverishment in India. Topic Map W ...

Swachh Sarvekshan Survey

18/2/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Karnataka's Mysore was voted India's cleanest city. Chandigarh, Tiruchirapalli and the New Delhi Municipal Council were the other three names topping ...

Plan To Eliminate Malaria By 2030

14/2/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

Government has launched a plan to eliminate malaria by 2030. According to the National Malaria Strategic Plan, the government gives special attention ...

National Deworming Initiative

12/2/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare has launched National Deworming initiative to benefit more than 270 million children. This was launched b ...

Sehat(Social Endeavour For Health And Telemedicine)

11/2/2016 | Government Policy and programmes | Health

SEHAT(Social Endeavour for Health and Telemedicine) is launched in line with Digital India vision. This initiative will boost the telemedicine mission ...

Project Sunrise

10/2/2016 | Social Issues | Health

Government of India has launched Project Sunrise for prevention of AIDS in the eight North-Eastern states. Government is working towards bringing the ...

Weapons To Fight Zika Virus

6/2/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

According to WHO(World Health Organization),the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which has been linked to brain damage in thousands of babies in Brazil, is ...

National Family Health Survey (NFHS- 4)

23/1/2016 | Social Issues | Health

The Fourth National Family Health Survey (NFHS-4) is a nationally representative household survey that measures a wide range of indicators relating to ...

Four Mobile Health Services To Strengthen Public Health Infrastructure

20/1/2016 | Governance Issues | Health

The Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare has launched four mobile health (m-Health) services to provide citizen-centric health services. These ...

Zika Virus

5/1/2016 | Science Affairs | Health

First case of Zika virus is reported in Puerto Rico. It is an illness transmitted by mosquitoes that has recently been linked to a number of birth def ...

Anti Dengue Vaccine

13/12/2015 | Science Affairs | Health

At a time when India is struggling with rising number of dengue cases with each passing year, the Mexican government has approved the world's firs ...

Proton Therapy

4/12/2015 | Science Affairs | Health

Proton therapy has shown its many qualities and has become a really favorable treatment option for patients with certain types of cancer, showing cons ...

Zero TB Cities project

24/11/2015 | Science Affairs | Health

This project was formed in 2014 with the aims to bring the global tuberculosis epidemic to an end by fighting the disease at the community level in hi ...

Campaign to free Haryana from TB

22/11/2015 | Science Affairs | Health

According to recent report, India is at rank one in term of total number of deaths due to TB. This disease causes the highest numbers of death in worl ...

AMRIT outlet

16/11/2015 | Social Issues | Health

The Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Shri J P Nadda recently inaugurated the Affordable Medicines and Reliable Implants for Treatment ( ...

National Health Profile (NHP) 2015

29/9/2015 | Governance Issues | Health

Union Ministry for Health and Family Welfare released the National Health Profile (NHP)-2015 prepared by the Central Bureau of Health Intelligence (CB ...

Surakshit Khadya Abhiyan

1/7/2015 | Science Affairs | Health

Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution launched the Surakshit Khadya Abhiyan. It is a countrywide campaign to create mass awarenes ...

Teixobactin

9/1/2015 | Science Affairs | Health

In a massive breakthrough, scientists have created the first new antibiotic in more than three decades, Teixobactin, that can treat many common bacter ...

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