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बुधवार, 26 अप्रैल 2017

India, neighbours push for leprosy, kala-azar elimination by 2020

India, neighbours push for leprosy, kala-azar elimination by 2020
India, neighbours push for leprosy, kala-azar elimination by 2020 ... These diseases, the global health body said, affect the most marginalised and ...

Ginger with medicinal properties for pain and many diseases

Ginger with medicinal properties for pain and many diseases
- used medicinal plants in the traditional medicine practiced in Iran, India and ... These diverse products are used for treating diseases such as nausea, ... cold and a number of joint and muscle pain, disorders and diseases such as ...

3.2 million children in India aren't vaccinated, says WHO

 3.2 million children in India aren't vaccinated, says WHO
- It is the low income families who lose the most children to disease. India records 5 lakh child deaths annually due to vaccine preventable diseases.

Fish types you need in your diet

Fish types you need in your diet
- Give a man a fish he will eat for a day, but teach a man to eat the right kind, he will live healthy forever. Known for providing high nutritional value, fish ...

India president approves law banning discrimination against AIDS patients

India president approves law banning discrimination against AIDS patients
- International efforts continue to not only prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS but also to protect the rights of the individuals afflicted. In January the US Department of Justice filed a lawsuit [JURIST report] against New York City for revoking the offer of an emergency dispatch position because the applicant was HIV positive. In June 2016 a group of UN independent human rights experts said that human rights violations contribute to the spread of HIV/AIDS [JURIST report]. In May of that same year California's governor signed Senate Bill 1408 into law, allowing HIV-positive individuals to become transplant donors to HIV-positive recipients [JURIST report]. In 2015 President Barack Obama issued executive order 13703 [JURIST documents] "Implementing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy," which was intended to ensure successful implementation of the the updated national AIDS/HIV strategy.

Women are not equal, they're more than men: Kalli Purie

Women are not equal, they're more than men: Kalli Purie
- Kalli Purie, the India Today Group Editorial Director for Broadcast and New Media, makes being a woman seem easy and graceful. But the media queenbee gleefully admits that takes indeed a lot of work. At the India Today Woman Summit 2017, for example, Purie candidly explained that the conflict between that extra hour of sleep and that extra hour the company needs from you for it to stay ahead and stay meaningful – that’s the conflict at the heart of being who she is.

Top 10 cooking tips and tricks for working women

Top 10 cooking tips and tricks for working women
- If you're a fan of south Indian food, then you can prepare extra batter for ... meal fixes, when you're too snowed in with work to bother about cooking.

Frozen fruits, vegetables help achieve your nutrition goals

Frozen fruits, vegetables help achieve your nutrition goals
- The research analysed the data of National Health and Nutrition ... The U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Department of Health and Human ...

India facing another summer of deadly heat

India facing another summer of deadly heat
campaigns and increased training for medical professionals, according to Dileep Mavalankar, an expert at the India Institute of Public Health (IIPH).

Only 50 per cent of heart attack patients make it to the hospital on time!

Only 50 per cent of heart attack patients make it to the hospital on time!
- Heart diseases are one of the leading causes of mortality in India. ... Indians and the leading cause for predisposing one to heart health problems.