User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Malaria
Last updated: Aug 20 2014 11:49 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Ashok Amritraj hosted TV show to air from Tuesday on DD 18.8.2014 All News-IANS Stories
TV show "Chance of a Lifetime", being hosted by Hollywood-based Indian producer Ashok Amritraj, will go on air Aug 19 on Doordarshan (DD).
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Special Medical Camps to Tackle Viral Fever Menace 18.8.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Medical Aid Yet to Reach Tribals 18.8.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Stalking Lives: Seasonal Diseases on the Prowl in Kurnool District 18.8.2014 newindianexpress.com
Seven feared dead in the past two weeks; at least 100 fresh cases are being reported from various parts of the district every day
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Delhi Airports quarantine facility now functional for suspected Ebola cases 18.8.2014 Hindustan Times: India
The quarantinecumisolation health facility at Delhi Airport has been made functional and all suspect cases of the Ebola Virus Disease detected at Delhi Airport would be admitted here from now ...
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Monsoon leads to spurt in water-borne diseases in Mumbai 17.8.2014 HBL: Home
Though the monsoon brings cheers by filling up parched lakes and dams and boosting up farming, it also leads to a spurt in water-borne diseases, say experts.Dr Sanjiv Badhwar, ENT specialis...
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Monsoon leads to spurt in water-borne diseases in Mumbai 17.8.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Mumbai, Aug 17: Though the monsoon brings cheers by filling up parched lakes and dams and boosting up farming, it also leads to a spurt in water-borne diseases, say experts. Dr Sanjiv Badhwar, ENT specialist at Mumbai's Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani
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Monsoon leads to spurt in water-borne diseases in Mumbai 17.8.2014 CNN-IBN: India
Though the monsoon brings cheers by filling up parched lakes and dams and boosting up farming, it also leads to a spurt in water-borne diseases, say experts.
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Monsoon leads to spurt in water-borne diseases in Mumbai 17.8.2014 Top Stories
There have been 4,642 cases of fever in June, 566 malaria, two of leptospirosis, 27 dengue, 80 typhoid and 910 gastro-enteritis
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Monsoon Leads to Spurt in Water-borne Diseases in Mumbai 17.8.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Dengue re-visitation scare hits Moreh 17.8.2014 Manipur: E-Pao
Dengue re-visitation scare hits Moreh
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New hope for curing malaria 15.8.2014 New Kerala: Health News
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Dengue, seasonal fevers on the rise in Adilabad 15.8.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Dengue, seasonal fevers on the rise in Adilabad
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New malaria research studies function of disease-causing gene 15.8.2014 DNA: Health
New malaria research studies function of disease-causing gene
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New hope for curing malaria 15.8.2014 Sify Finance
A new research has developed a fresh computational method to study the function of disease-causing genes with a new discovery of a gene associated with malaria.
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Programme on malaria prevention held 15.8.2014 Kangla Online
Programme on malaria prevention held
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Outbreaks of Dengue, Malaria Feared in Low-lying Areas 15.8.2014 The New Indian Express - Kerala - http://newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/
Water-logging poses threat to the densely-populated low-lying areas in the city, including Jafar Khan Colony, Puthiyappa, Vellayil, Puthiya Kadavu, Chamundi Valappu and Kalluthankadavu
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Soaring medicine prices under Centre scrutiny 15.8.2014 deccanherald.com
The Centre is examining the market prices of medicines for cancer, diabetes, heart diseases, tuberculosis and malaria besides prices of sera and vaccines with the objective of fixing their selling rates if their retail prices are too high for the consumers. The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority monitors the "intra-band price differences" for drugs outside the price control on the basis of monthly MRP-based data to check if the price difference between various brands exceeds 25 per cent. The government will intervene if difference is too high. "The exercise would be carried out for anti-cancer, HIV-medicines, anti-tuberculosis, anti-malaria, cardiovascular, anti-diabetics, anti-asthmatic and vaccines," NPPA says in an internal guideline. From the data, NPPA would identify the cases where the maximum retail price of brands exceeds 25 per cent of the simple average price of the medicines in that group. If the threshold is breached, the government has the option to intervene using a special power to ...
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Centre shuts down AIDS Control department activists cry foul 14.8.2014 Hindustan Times: India
The Union health ministry wound down its department of AIDS control DAC which runs Indias fiveyear Rs 14295crore National AIDs Control Programme4 NACP4 and merged it with the department health and family ...
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Indian with malaria sent away from Liberian ... 14.8.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Indian with malaria sent away from Liberian ...
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