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Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Malaria
Last updated: Sep 18 2014 20:09 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Dengue testing hit by power outage at malaria office 18.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Dengue testing hit by power outage at malaria office
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Spurt in fever cases in Agency areas 18.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Spurt in fever cases in Agency areas
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Health wing declares 20 places in city fever ‘hotspots’ 18.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Health wing declares 20 places in city fever ‘hotspots’
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Health wing declares 20 places in Madurai fever ‘hotspots’ 18.9.2014 Hindu: Health
Recent rains made many areas favourite of mosquito, water-borne diseases
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Karnataka health minister to look at cure for Ebola in ayurveda 18.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Karnataka health minister to look at cure for Ebola in ayurveda
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Prices of medicines for heart disease, diabetes reduced 18.9.2014 Asian Age: Mumbai
More than 108 anti-diabetic and the cardiovascular drugs and its combinations are now available with revised prices at the retail pharmacies. The prices of the drugs were capped as per the order of National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) which stated that the prices of ‘essential and life-saving drugs’ should be affordable to the people. NPPA says that the price of the drugs has been fixed after observing ‘extreme inter-brand price differences’. The price has been regulated according to the single ingredient formulation in ‘eight therapeutic groups’ anti cancer, HIV/AIDS, anti-TB, anti-malaria, anti-asthmatic, and immunological medicines. According to it, the NPPA, the practice of different pricing by different brands is unjustified and puts unreasonable burden on the consumers without sufficient justification. The prices of the medicines for diseases such as diabetes have been fixed. ‘There is very high incidence of diabetes in the country, which affects around 61 million people and the figure ...
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No malaria cases in civil hospital? Unbelievable! 18.9.2014 Punjab News, Ludhiana News, Ludhiana City News | Times of India Punjab News
Even after getting 30-40 cases of blood testing for malaria every day, there are no cases being reported from Lord Mahavir Civil Hospital, Ludhiana.
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Prices of medicines for heart disease, diabetes reduced 18.9.2014 Asian Age: Mumbai
More than 108 anti-diabetic and the cardiovascular drugs and its combinations are now available with revised prices at the retail pharmacies. The prices of the drugs were capped as per the order of National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) which stated that the prices of ‘essential and life-saving drugs’ should be affordable to the people. NPPA says that the price of the drugs has been fixed after observing ‘extreme inter-brand price differences’. The price has been regulated according to the single ingredient formulation in ‘eight therapeutic groups’ anti cancer, HIV/AIDS, anti-TB, anti-malaria, anti-asthmatic, and immunological medicines. According to it, the NPPA, the practice of different pricing by different brands is unjustified and puts unreasonable burden on the consumers without sufficient justification. The prices of the medicines for diseases such as diabetes have been fixed. ‘There is very high incidence of diabetes in the country, which affects around 61 million people and the figure ...
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State firms may not meet J&K drug need: Sources 18.9.2014 Sify Finance
Public-sector units (PSUs) may not be able to meet the demand for some essential medicines needed in the government's relief work at flood-hit Jammu & Kashmir (J&K), sources said. There
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State firms may not meet J&K drug need: Sources 18.9.2014 Latest News
Public-sector units (PSUs) may not be able to meet the demand for some essential medicines needed in the government's relief work at flood-hit Jammu & Kashmir (J&K), sources said. There have been reports from across the country of drug ...
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Prompted by Liberian senator’s call, Karnataka health minister to look at ‘Ebola cure’ in ayurveda 17.9.2014 TOI: India
Does ayurveda have a cure for Ebola? Karnataka health minister UT Khader was skeptical when some doctors approached him some time ago claiming there is an Ebola cure in ...
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‘Lot of research needed for treating encephalitis’ 17.9.2014 Varanasi - City - The Times of India
The team of American specialists of CDC (center for disease control), on the second day of their visit to Gorakhpur, went to BRD Medical College and met the patients of ward no. 5, 9 and 12 and also checked their case sheet.
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Goodbye, Organisation Man 17.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Goodbye, Organisation Man
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Three days training for ANMs on HIV/AIDS and art completed 17.9.2014 Chandigarh News, Chandigarh City News | Cities News - Times of India
Four batches of "three days training for ANMs on HIV/AIDS and ART" organized by Dr Sandhya Ghai (principal coordinator, GFATM Project) principal, (NINE) National Institute of Nursing Education (NINE), PGIMER, Chandigarh under Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) in association with Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi was successfully completed on ...
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Cholera claims 5 lives in Lakhimpur tea gardens 17.9.2014 The Assam Tribune
Cholera claims 5 lives in Lakhimpur tea gardens
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158 suspected dengue cases in 14 days 17.9.2014 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
Like the last two years, dengue cases are on the rise this year too. After recording 31 positive cases of dengue in August, 158 suspected dengue cases have been registered within 14 days in September, with the test results ...
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Promise of 50 drugs free for all 17.9.2014 Telegraph: Nation
New Delhi, Sept. 16: The Centre plans to provide about 50 medicines free to all Indian citizens, whenever required, from birth to death, a senior health ministry official said today.
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Three new dengue cases in Gurgaon 17.9.2014 Gurgaon - City - The Times of India
The city has reported three cases of dengue in the last five days and 91 suspected cases this year.
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Dengue scare: 393 housing societies issued notices 17.9.2014 Pune News, Pune City News | Cities News - Times of India
As many as 28 people tested positive for dengue on Tuesday, taking the city's tally of patients to 2,136 this year, so ...
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46 patients react to antibiotic shot in Phulbani 16.9.2014 Orissa News, Bhubaneshwar News, Bhubaneshwar City News | Times of India Orissa City News
Forty-six patients suffered serious reactions to an antibiotic shot at the district headquarters hospital at Phulbani in Kandhamal district late on Sunday.
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