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Coronavirus: From conspiracy theories to community transmission, two Indian experts answer questions 30.3.2020 Scroll.in
Community transmission is taking place in India but there isn’t enough data to know the scale, they said.
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Coronavirus: Florence Nightingale’s advice on hand washing from 19th century is relevant even today 25.3.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Her book ‘Notes on Nursing’ also outlines the importance of homes as disease-prevention sites.
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World Sparrow Day: How to make your home a haven 19.3.2020 Hindu: Rx
As World Sparrow Day nears, here’s how you can fight their declining population by welcoming them into your homes
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Bengaluru Buzz: Five corona cases | City shuts down for a week | Bannerghatta park’s eco-sensitive zone cut down…and more 14.3.2020 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Corona and cholera cases reported, Bannerghatta National Park's eco-sensitive zone cut by 100 sq km, court orders removal of hazardous transformers - catch up on news from the city this week, in our roundup.
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Will vendors’ eviction make street food in Bengaluru safer? 13.3.2020 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
In the last few days, street food businesses were evicted following the cholera scare. For what food safety violations has BBMP shut them down? And will this force vendors to stick to standards?
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Cholera cases in Bengaluru: Here’s how you can stay safe 12.3.2020 Citizen Matters
Though cholera can be deadly, its prevention is relatively easy. Here is a guide on the disease, treatment, risks and preventive strategies.
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10 cases of cholera, gastroenteritis confirmed in city 11.3.2020 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
BBMP intensifies crackdown on roadside eateries
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Bengaluru civic body to evict street food vendors to curb spread of cholera, activists decry move 11.3.2020 Scroll.in
Several activists said the decision will target only poor people.
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BBMP bans open food stalls over cholera fears 10.3.2020 Hindu: Home
Of 17 suspected cases, 2 confirmed as cholera
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Now acute gastroenteritis surfaces in east Bengaluru 8.3.2020 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
90 patients admitted in State-run Epidemic Diseases Hospital
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Officials detect rotten fish during raid at Tiruchi market 4.3.2020 Hindu: Rx
Officials of the Departments of Fisheries and Food Safety and Drugs Administration on Wednesday conducted checks at Puthur fish market in the city. Le
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Geleki Lahongaon water supply scheme opened 22.2.2020 The Assam Tribune
Geleki Lahongaon water supply scheme opened
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10 comforting foods to eat during your period 20.2.2020 Rediff: GetAhead
Menstrual cramps? Go ahead and eat dark chocolate, says Dr Snehal Adsule.
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Medical officers yet to be deployed at porous Tusom village 6.2.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Medical officers yet to be deployed at porous Tusom village
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Health Hazard 29.1.2020 Central Chronicle
After the flood devastation of almost of entire State the Kerala is facing the another calamity of peculiar epidemic of rat fever – leptospirosis. About 200 people are affected and 30 dead so far. Its symptoms are body ache and high fever. The danger of cholera and typhoid are also looming large on Kerala. The saying of miseries never come alone in prevailing in the state. Those who have been brought to relief camps are getting medial help but those who are still away are living at high risk health hazard. Many cattle heads and other creatures like rats, cats, dogs etc. have perished and now its caracas are decaying in mud water. The Government, private organizations and volunteers are there in the state helping the people to overcome the tragedy. But the magnitude of the situation is so wide and deep that it is beyond the capacity of the State Government to deal with it alone. The State has to be rebuilt again. The rehabilitation have to be total in action as nothing has remained in the house. ...
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Health Hazard 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
After the flood devastation of almost of entire State the Kerala is facing the another calamity of peculiar epidemic of rat fever – leptospirosis. About 200 people are affected and 30 dead so far. Its symptoms are body ache and high fever. The danger of cholera and typhoid are also looming large on Kerala. The saying of miseries never come alone in prevailing in the state. Those who have been brought to relief camps are getting medial help but those who are still away are living at high risk health hazard. Many cattle heads and other creatures like rats, cats, dogs etc. have perished and now its caracas are decaying in mud water. The Government, private organizations and volunteers are there in the state helping the people to overcome the tragedy. But the magnitude of the situation is so wide and deep that it is beyond the capacity of the State Government to deal with it alone. The State has to be rebuilt again. The rehabilitation have to be total in action as nothing has remained in the house. ...
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Health Hazard 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
After the flood devastation of almost of entire State the Kerala is facing the another calamity of peculiar epidemic of rat fever – leptospirosis. About 200 people are affected and 30 dead so far. Its symptoms are body ache and high fever. The danger of cholera and typhoid are also looming large on Kerala. The saying of miseries never come alone in prevailing in the state. Those who have been brought to relief camps are getting medial help but those who are still away are living at high risk health hazard. Many cattle heads and other creatures like rats, cats, dogs etc. have perished and now its caracas are decaying in mud water. The Government, private organizations and volunteers are there in the state helping the people to overcome the tragedy. But the magnitude of the situation is so wide and deep that it is beyond the capacity of the State Government to deal with it alone. The State has to be rebuilt again. The rehabilitation have to be total in action as nothing has remained in the house. ...
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Death of over 100 infants in Kota hospital points to a pan-Indian problem 10.1.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
To tackle this, we need to dissect socio-economic problems such as malnutrition, sanitation and immunisation.
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Bengaluru Buzz: Drinking water contamination | Bus lane violators fined | Protest by Hulimavu flood-affected..and more 3.12.2019 Citizen Matters
After the recent BIS report, another study has found that drinking water in Bengaluru is severely contaminated. Read more on this and other news from the city over the past week, in our roundup
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India and China are alike in one other way – their toilet revolutions have been incomplete 21.11.2019 Scroll.in
In the rush to become ‘open defecation free’, cities are taking quick fixes that are making matters worse.
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