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Category: Diseases :: Water-borne
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Docs prefer medicine to ORS 30.7.2006 Hindustan Times
Docs prefer medicine to ORS
Vaccination drive need of the hour 30.7.2006 Hindustan Times
Vaccination drive need of the hour
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Govt. dumps 5500 million tonnes of solid waste per day 29.7.2006 Hindu: Other States
Chief Minister advocates judicious use of pesticide by farmers
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‘Doctors’ take school staff, public for a ride 29.7.2006 Deccan Herald
‘Doctors’ take school staff, public for a ride
Experts flay lack of initiative by Government for vaccination methods 29.7.2006 New Indian Express
Experts flay lack of initiative by Government for vaccination methods
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Rain brings sigh of relief to zoo inmates 29.7.2006 Hindustan Times
Rain brings sigh of relief to zoo inmates
Diarrhoea hits students in Dharamsala 28.7.2006 New Kerala: India News
Dharamsala: More than 90 students had to be hospitalised within a week this month due to heavy downpour that unleashed an epidemic of diarrhoea, infecting some 60 students, Tibetan officials said.
IAP Cochin branch to celebrate 3 world events 27.7.2006 New Indian Express
IAP Cochin branch to celebrate 3 world events
Briefly 27.7.2006 Hindu: Kerala
The State Government on Wednesday filed a writ appeal against the clarification of the single judge on an earlier interim order of the Kerala High Court, permitting self-financing medical and dental college managements to conduct admissions as ...
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Weight-loss surgery could lead to complications 26.7.2006 New Indian Express
Weight-loss surgery could lead to complications
IAP Cochin branch to celebrate 3 world events 26.7.2006 New Kerala: Kerala News
Kochi, Jul 25: With the prime objective of creating awareness among people, the Indian Academy of Paediatrics (IAP), Cochin branch, which has been in the forefront for the welfare of children, has decided to celebrate three world events for children's welfare.
Doctors say children are more susceptible to diseases 25.7.2006 New Indian Express
Doctors say children are more susceptible to diseases
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Barak Valley NGO's bid to highlight environmental issues 25.7.2006 The Assam Tribune
Barak Valley NGO's bid to highlight environmental issues
Weight-loss surgery could lead to complications 25.7.2006 New Kerala: Health News
New York: People undergoing weight-loss surgery could face complications later like vomiting, reflux and diarrhoea, a US government report warns, but experts say the latest procedures are safer and less invasive.
And teachers find HIV ‘masterji’ 25.7.2006 Hindustan Times
And teachers find HIV ‘masterji’
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In Thrissur Today 25.7.2006 Hindu: Kerala
Jubilee Mission Medical College Hospital: Paul J. Thuluvath, director, Department of Gastro Surgery, Johns Hopkins Institute, Baltimore, speaks on `Hepatitis and liver diseases', hospital hall, 2-45 p.m. Paramekkavu Devaswom: Devi ...
USV to make local typhoid vaccine 25.7.2006 Business Standard
USV to make local typhoid vaccine
Experts to dwell on Hepatitis B 24.7.2006 Hindustan Times
Experts to dwell on Hepatitis B
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Rain diseases kill two more 23.7.2006 DNA: Mumbai
Two died in municipal hospitals between Saturday morning and Sunday evening, one of leptospirosis and one of an unspecified fever.
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Lepto, malaria stalk private hospitals too 22.7.2006 DNA: Mumbai
After the revelations that there is a huge rise in cases of malaria and leptospirosis in municipal and public hospitals, Friday saw that private hospitals have also reported increases in these diseases.
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