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Goa has high viral diversity 17.5.2020 The Navhind Times

Nandkumar M Kamat Viruses are not novelties in the tropics. The entire western Ghats and Arabian sea ecosystems are teeming with wild viruses many of which are still locked up in their natural quarantines like the bats. The present scare on SARS like new coronavirus – COVID-19 needs to be contrasted with several deaths classified …

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Goa has high viral diversity 16.5.2020 Panorama – The Navhind Times

Nandkumar M Kamat Viruses are not novelties in the tropics. The entire western Ghats and Arabian sea ecosystems are teeming with wild viruses many of which are still locked up in their natural quarantines like the bats. The present scare on SARS like new coronavirus – COVID-19 needs to be contrasted with several deaths classified …

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Waiting patiently for information during a pandemic 19.3.2020 Hindu: Rx
It is difficult to contact officials but getting accurate information is worth the effort
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How prepared is Chennai to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak? 13.3.2020 Hindu: Cities
Though the Health department is on high alert, experts flag concerns
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Re-creating live-animal markets in the lab lets researchers see how pathogens like coronavirus jump species 7.2.2020 Downtoearth
Within markets like the one in Wuhan, there are abundant opportunities for the type of interactions that promote pathogen transmission among species
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Over 1,700 dengue cases in Delhi 3.12.2019 PTI: All news
Over 1,700 dengue cases in Delhi
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Swine flu: Telangana high court questions state's preparedness 1.12.2019 deccanchronicle.com
Court worried over the way dengue outbreak was handled.
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Sania Mirza set for return at Hobart International 28.11.2019 Sports News India | Get The Latest And Breaking News From Cricket, Football, Tennis Hockey And Other Sports.
The 33-year-old, who last played at China Open in October 2017, will team up with Ukraine's Nadiia Kichenok, the current world number 38.
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Indians are getting sick mostly due to infections: NSSO report 25.11.2019 Downtoearth
Treatment of cardiovascular diseases cost a bomb in rural India
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Minister conducts dengue larvae survey 19.11.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, Residents were angry after seeing the health minister who was conducting inspection of sanitation arrangements in the city in view of rising vector-borne diseases. People said cleanliness is not done, diseases are spread by mosquitoes in Bhopal as dengue and chikungunya have become uncontrollable. The situation is that many other departments, including health deployed […]
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Viral encephalitis cases set alarm bells ringing 20.10.2019
Hyderabad: The respite from cases of dengue, notwithstanding, the city is now caught in the grip of viral encephalitis, or brain fever. There is an alarming increase in the number of viral encephalitis cases being reported across city hospitals. This is ironic as October is medically termed as "fair-weather" season. The rise in the number of cases has been worrisome and those getting inflicted include children and elders. Many are complaining of fever of the brain with body temperature touching 106-107 degrees C. According to doctors, at least three cases are reported each week in the tertiary hospitals of which seven major ones are in the city. Dr Shyam Jaiswal, neurologist at Care Hospitals, explains, "Of late, we have been admitting viral encephalitis-affected children in the hospital. Most fall sick because of the body"s low immunity. Immediate hospital care is a must as most complain of severe headache, delirium and in some cases even loss of memory. The treatment takes ...
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Genetically modifying mosquitoes to control the spread of disease carries unknown risks 3.10.2019 Downtoearth
Significant worry: A new breed of mosquito might emerge that is more difficult to control
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RWAs in Delhi to play important role in fight against Dengue: Kejriwal 24.9.2019 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday expressed confidence that Residential Welfare Associations (RWAs) in Delhi will play an important role in the fight against Dengue. ‘Thousands of RWA members pledged to defeat Dengue under the #10Hafte10Baje10Minute campaign today. RWAs have contributed immensely to Delhi’s development and I am confident they will play an […]
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Effective remedies to stop mosquito bites from itching 23.9.2019 Life-style – The Indian Express
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Immunity-boosting foods to fight viral and flu during monsoon 17.9.2019 Health – The Indian Express
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Arvind Kejriwal's '10 hafte, 10 baje, 10 minute' leads the way in fight against dengue 10.9.2019 The Asian Age | Home
New Delhi used to witness no less than 20,000 dengue cases on average each year, has seen AAP launch two-front attack against dengue.
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Kejriwal's '10 hafte, 10 baje, 10 minute' leads the way in fight against dengue 10.9.2019
New Delhi: The national capital is finally heaving a sigh of relief towards the end of the monsoons thanks to committed efforts by the state government in combating mosquito-borne diseases like malaria, chikungunya and dengue as well as monsoon diseases. Cooperation from the citizens along with the efforts by the government have helped curb a majority of mosquito-borne diseases in Delhi, reported News18. The national capital that used to witness no less than 20,000 dengue cases on an average each year, has seen the AAP government launch a two-front attack against dengue. According to a report in The Hans India, the first mohalla clinic of Delhi was inaugurated on July 19, 2015, at Peeragarhi area of West Delhi and it took another 9 months to set up an additional 100 clinics. Notably, by December 2016, a total of 106 clinics were established across all 11 districts and in 55 of the total 70 assembly constituencies of the state. While the government had planned 1,000 such clinics, only 10 percent of the ...
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Viral fevers on the rise! 9.9.2019
Dengue, influenza and chikungunya are serious viral infections that are usually accompanied by severe symptoms. And since the symptoms of all three are so similar, it can be quite difficult, if not impossible, to make a conclusive identification without laboratory testing, says Dr J. Anish Anand, consultant internal medicine, Apollo Hospitals. With scores of patients in the city suffering from dengue, influenza and chikungunya, timely intervention, lab tests and treatment are a must to tackle this viral epidemic. DENGUE Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection causing a severe flu-like illness, sometimes leading to severe complications. The dengue virus (DEN) comprises four distinct serotypes (DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3 and DEN-4) which belong to the genus Flavivirus, family Flaviviridae. Once infected, humans become the main carriers and multipliers of the virus, serving as a source of the virus for uninfected mosquitoes. The virus circulates in the blood of an infected person for 2-7 days, at approximately ...
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Declare 'Health Emergency' in Telangana: Dr K Laxman on outbreak of dengue, malaria 7.9.2019
Telangana: Telangana BJP State president Dr K Laxman on Saturday expressed concern over the outbreak of dengue and malaria and said that the state government should declare a health emergency. Speaking to ANI, Laxman said, "Hyderabad has become a capital of dengue and chikungunya and now the entire state is dealing with malaria and dengue. There is no proper nursing staff, equipment and even doctors. The state government should declare "Health Emergency" but the government out of prestigious issues are not even adopting this Aayushman Bharath and Aarogyasri. Due to the lack of facilities in the hospitals' poor people are losing their lives." Expressing his views on the outbreak of the diseases, a BJP member N. Ramchander Rao said, "We came here to visit the Gandhi Hospital as cases of dengue, malaria, typhoid and chikungunya are being reported at an alarming rate. The number of patients outnumbers the capacity of the hospital." "Machinery like MRIs and CT Scan are ...
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Small bite, big threat: Simple ways to protect yourself from mosquitoes 2.9.2019 Health – The Indian Express
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