User: meerak Topic: Sanitation
Category: Sanitation :: Diseases
Last updated: May 16 2019 10:25 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Assam Rifles organises Swachh Bharat Abhiyan 16.5.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
Assam Rifles organises Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
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AR organises Swachh Bharat Abhiyan 15.5.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
AR organises Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
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World Thalassemia Day 2019: Know Your Risk Of Thalassemia Right Here 8.5.2019 NDTV News - Latest
World Thalassemia Day: Thalassemia can be prevented. If you are a carrier, talk to your doctor before planning pregnancy. Here's everything you wanted to know about thalassemia and if you are at risk...
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Manipur had the lowest malaria cases among NE States in 2018 26.4.2019 The Assam Tribune
Manipur had the lowest malaria cases among NE States in 2018
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World Malaria Day observed at Senapati 26.4.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
World Malaria Day observed at Senapati
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For Years, Woman's Ulcers Came And Went. How Her Daughter Helped Cure Her 21.4.2019 NDTV News - Top-stories
Kimberly Ho, a newly minted nurse at Children's National Medical Center just off a 12-hour overnight shift, struggled to focus on a presentation about working with sexually traumatized children and...
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D K Suresh, Bangalore Rural: Focused on water supply and farmers’ causes 15.4.2019 Citizen Matters
D K Suresh, a two-time MP from Bangalore Rural, is contesting on a Congress ticket from the constituency again. Suresh's performance in parliament this term was above average. However, his assets have also spiked over the last five years
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[Video] From UP to Delhi, the toxic Hindon river is making people sick 14.4.2019 Scroll.in
The polluted river is behind many illnesses in villages on its banks. Residents of Delhi-NCR are also eating vegetables, crops grown using this toxic sludge.
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This Visakhapatnam-based doctor is providing free healthcare 3.4.2019 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
Meet Narasinga Rao, a 65-year-old doctor who is running a clinic in Seethammapeta and treating patients free of cost
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Killed by cholera, Yemeni doctor knew he was fighting 'disastrous' epidemic 2.4.2019 Reuters: World News
Yemeni doctor Mohammed Abdul-Mughni described the surge in cholera cases he was treating as "disastrous" in a country battered by years of war and short of medical staff.
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Amid ruined lives, Mozambique's cyclone survivors face cholera, diarrhoea 27.3.2019 Reuters: World News
Dozens of fragile patients poured into a clinic in the wrecked Mozambican port city of Beira on Wednesday, as the government said it had confirmed the first five cases of cholera in the wake of deadly Cyclone Idai.
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Destructive Cyclone Idai rings 'alarm bell' on climate change: U.N. chief 26.3.2019 Reuters: Top News
Cyclone Idai's deadly hit has left some 1.85 million people in need of assistance in Mozambique in a catastrophe that United Nations chief Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday rang "yet another alarm bell about the dangers of climate change."
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Nearly 2 million Mozambicans in need after cyclone: U.N. 26.3.2019 Reuters: Top News
Cyclone Idai's deadly hit has left some 1.85 million people in need of assistance in Mozambique, the U.N. humanitarian agency said on Tuesday, as relief workers assess the scale of the disaster and determine what help is most urgently needed.
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How Swachh Bharat remains a poor joke in Bengaluru 26.3.2019 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
With elections round the corner, Modi's nationwide cleanliness campaign seems to be failing miserably in Bengaluru. What can citizens do to reclaim their clean and green spaces?
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Mozambique prepares for cholera after cyclone wreaks havoc 26.3.2019 Reuters: World News
Rescue teams in Mozambique moved hundreds of people displaced by Cyclone Idai's massive and deadly flooding to safer shelters on Monday, while the government made preparations for a cholera outbreak that it says is inevitable amid the devastation.
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Delhi loves its Mohalla Clinics, but can they really improve public healthcare? 25.3.2019 Citizen Matters
The Aam Aadmi Mohalla Clinics, which aimed to take free primary health care to every neighbourhood, is a great hit among the people. But with just 189 operationalised in close to four years, can they prove to be a gamechanger where affordable public healthcare is concerned?
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Flooding impairs drinking water treatment for Kansas City, Missouri 24.3.2019 Reuters: World News
Record flooding along the Missouri River has impaired treatment of drinking supplies in Kansas City, raising health risks for infants, the elderly and others with compromised immune systems, the municipal water service warned on Saturday.
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Missouri River flooding causes water treatment issues in Kansas City 23.3.2019 Reuters: World News
Record flooding along the Missouri River, rain and melting snow have impacted water treatment in the Kansas City, Missouri area, the city's water operator said as it advised some customers to seek medical advice about the safety of their drinking ...
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Cholera cases reported as hunger, disease stalk African cyclone survivors 22.3.2019 Reuters: Top News
Cholera cases were reported on Friday in the Mozambican city of Beira, adding a risk of deadly illnesses for hundreds of thousands of people who are scrambling for shelter, food and water after catastrophic flooding in southern Africa.
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5 health problems that are worse than kidney stones 18.3.2019 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Do not ignore any pain, burning sensation, fever or vomitting. If unattended, it could be fatal, says Dr Amjad Khan Pathan.
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