User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Malaria
Last updated: Jul 01 2015 24:39 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Drive to fight sting 1.7.2015 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Mosquitoes continue to intimidate villagers and security forces in Jhumra, the erstwhile Maoist hotbed.
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Soon, malaria vaccine to protect global communities 30.6.2015 DNA: Evolutions
A researcher is developing a vaccine to protect global communities from malaria.
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Medical camp held 30.6.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Medical camp held
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Medical camp held 30.6.2015 Hindu: Home
Six viral fever cases reported from Ashram School
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Primary healthcare to be part of curriculum 30.6.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Primary healthcare is set to be part of the school curriculum. The government is working on a proposal to make health education, focusing on tropical diseases like dengue, malaria, swine flu etc, part of the syllabus in schools as also in ...
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Health ministry, HRD to tackle dengue together 30.6.2015 Asian Age: India
With the dengue season approaching, the Union health ministry has decided to join hands with the human resources development (HRD) ministry so that information regarding keeping the surroundings clean can be sent across to children. The health minister J.P. Nad-da will meet the HRD minister Smriti Irani this week proposing to start special sessions on the deadly fever in schools. “Children can be good messengers. If they are given information in school, it is very likely that they will send the message across to their parents and help in keeping the surroundings clean thereby controlling the spread of the fever,” a senior official in the health ministry said. Preparations to keep things under control have already begun. The health minister will soon hold video conferencing with the state health secretaries to ch-eck with the preparatio-ns on the monsoon related diseases specifically malaria and dengue. “The states have already been informed to pull up their socks and make all arrangements before the ...
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Kala azar fight lacks teeth 30.6.2015 The Telegraph : Bihar
India's widespread dependence on indoor spray of the insecticide DDTto combat kala azar mightironicallybe derailingefforts to eliminate this menacing disease,stillprevalent in eastern states, particularly Bihar, health experts have cautioned.
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Health ministry, HRD to tackle dengue together 30.6.2015 Asian Age: India
With the dengue season approaching, the Union health ministry has decided to join hands with the human resources development (HRD) ministry so that information regarding keeping the surroundings clean can be sent across to children. The health minister J.P. Nad-da will meet the HRD minister Smriti Irani this week proposing to start special sessions on the deadly fever in schools. “Children can be good messengers. If they are given information in school, it is very likely that they will send the message across to their parents and help in keeping the surroundings clean thereby controlling the spread of the fever,” a senior official in the health ministry said. Preparations to keep things under control have already begun. The health minister will soon hold video conferencing with the state health secretaries to ch-eck with the preparatio-ns on the monsoon related diseases specifically malaria and dengue. “The states have already been informed to pull up their socks and make all arrangements before the ...
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Tripura 29.6.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Tripura
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Medical camp for migrants held 29.6.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Medical camp for migrants held
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Mauled by squalid conditions, Diva locals migrate elsewhere 29.6.2015 Thane - City - The Times of India
A unique crisis is unfolding in Diva, where hundreds of families are migrating to nearby townships, escaping from this epicenter of suffering and squalid living ...
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BMC clean-up ops to take on rain ailments 29.6.2015 TOI: Mumbai
The BMC has started a massive drive to clean up small nullahs and garbage in slums on a regular basis to prevent flooding and also to conduct anti-mosquito fumigation to keep a check on monsoon-related ...
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Medical camp for migrants held 29.6.2015 Hindu: Kochi
Health authorities conducted medical camps at various places in the district on Sunday.The number of malaria cases had been found high among migrant workers, especially among those who had t...
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Tripura sends SOS to UNICEF to fight malaria 28.6.2015 The Assam Tribune
Tripura sends SOS to UNICEF to fight malaria
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Mock ‘inauguration’ to protest against incomplete construction of Padil-Bajal RuB 28.6.2015 Hindu: Home
Irate residents of Bajal region in Mangaluru have found a novel way to vent out their anger against the administration over the inordinate delay in completing the road-under-bridge on Padil-Bajal...
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New drug target may help combat malaria 28.6.2015 DNA: Health
A new study has identified a target for inhibiting malaria parasite invasion.
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Fever clinics inaugurated 28.6.2015 Hindu: Home
The free fever clinics will be held at all the private hospitals at either morning or evening for two hours.
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Dirty puddles everywhere; malaria, dengue, other diseases follow rains 28.6.2015 Deccan Herald - New Delhi
As rain brings relief to Delhiites from the high temperatures, the Capital also needs to prepare itself to handle vector-borne diseases like malaria and dengue. So far, 15 dengue cases and seven cases of malaria have been reported, according to the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC). With the onset of monsoon, the number of cases is likely to increase. Last year, 995 dengue cases were reported. There were three deaths reported due to dengue. "During monsoon, the three most common diseases that people are at risk from are dengue, malaria, chikungunya. The common sources of breeding ground are mostly known to people. It is important that along with civic bodies, people also take care in eliminating breeding grounds of mosquitoes," says Dr Anil Goswami, Assistant Professor, Health Education, AIIMS. Stagnant water is the most common breeding ground of mosquitoes. Besides water bodies, puddles near households, office buildings, hospitals, air coolers in which water is not regularly changed, containers ...
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Shri j P Nadda meets Health Ministers of North East states 27.6.2015 Govt of india: PIB
The Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda reviewed the health sector of the north eastern states in a meeting held at Assam Administrative Staff College at Guwahati today.
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Five new centres for H1N1 testing to be established in Karnataka 27.6.2015 Hindu: Karnataka
Minister for Health and Family Welfare U.T. Khader said that five new laboratories to test H1N1 would be established in the State.He made the announcement after inaugurating a jatha agains...
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