User: tushargupta101 Topic: Water
Category: Chikungunya
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Palike Rallies Forces to Fog Out Vector-borne Diseases 1.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Siddha clinic opened in Palayamkottai 30.7.2015 Hindu: National
Forum takes medical aid to the next step
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‘Take up extensive fogging to quell mosquito menace’ 29.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Take up extensive fogging to quell mosquito menace’
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Chennai’s HIV crusader dies of cancer at 75 29.7.2015 Asian Age: India
At a time when many physicians dreaded handling HIV infected, Dr Suniti Solomon braved all odds and extended a hand of support to HIV/AIDS. This microbiologist, who along with her colleagues, documented the first evidence of the HIV infection in India in 1986 passed away at her residence in Anna Nagar here on Tuesday morning due to cancer of the pancreas. She was 75 and is survived by her only son Dr Sunil S. Solomon who teaches at Johns Hopkins University. Her son flew to Chennai a few weeks ago to take care of his ailing mother who was said to have been undergoing private treatment for cancer of the pancreas since the last two months. “Her son was by her side taking care of her; the end came at 6.30 am today,” says Mr Ganesh of Y.R. Gaitonde Centre for AIDS Research and Education. Her husband Dr Victor Solomon, cardiologist, died in 2006. Dr Suniti took early retirement and started her organisation in November 1993 with just three people. She had to erect huts in the Pondy Bazaar area and treat ...
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Chennai’s HIV crusader dies of cancer at 75 29.7.2015 Asian Age: India
At a time when many physicians dreaded handling HIV infected, Dr Suniti Solomon braved all odds and extended a hand of support to HIV/AIDS. This microbiologist, who along with her colleagues, documented the first evidence of the HIV infection in India in 1986 passed away at her residence in Anna Nagar here on Tuesday morning due to cancer of the pancreas. She was 75 and is survived by her only son Dr Sunil S. Solomon who teaches at Johns Hopkins University. Her son flew to Chennai a few weeks ago to take care of his ailing mother who was said to have been undergoing private treatment for cancer of the pancreas since the last two months. “Her son was by her side taking care of her; the end came at 6.30 am today,” says Mr Ganesh of Y.R. Gaitonde Centre for AIDS Research and Education. Her husband Dr Victor Solomon, cardiologist, died in 2006. Dr Suniti took early retirement and started her organisation in November 1993 with just three people. She had to erect huts in the Pondy Bazaar area and treat ...
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BBMP Told to Fog Out Mosquitoes 29.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
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‘Take up extensive fogging to quell mosquito menace’ 29.7.2015 Hindu: Bangalore
HC takes suo motu cognisance about instances of diseases
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Consider giving spl licence to B'lore Club: HC 29.7.2015 Bangalore News, Bangalore City News | Cities News - Times of India
Karnataka High Court on Tuesday asked the government to consider granting Bangalore Club a special licence for vending ...
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Mission to prevent contagious diseases 28.7.2015 Hubli - City - The Times of India
In order to prevent dengue, chikungunya and other contagious diseases, the district health department and Hubballi-Dharwad Municipal Corporation (HDMC) have started fogging and spraying chemicals in residential areas. They are also conducting awareness programmes.
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District health department gears up to tackle dengue cases 27.7.2015 TOI: Cities
The district health department is gearing up to tackle dengue, malaria and chikungunya following heavy rains which lashed the Doon valley for the past few weeks. At the district level, the department is gearing up to combat any cases being reported and first sample reports have been sent for ...
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Increase Vigilance for Dengue Cases, Says Khader 27.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Meat Consumption: Zoonotic Diseases Rising in the State 27.7.2015 The New Indian Express - Kerala - http://newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/
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At Cubbon Park's cultural event, some health advice too 26.7.2015 deccanherald.com
The ninth edition of the weekly cultural programme at Cubbon Park saw music recital as well as an awareness campaign on mosquito-borne diseases. The day kick-started with the 'Udyanavanadalli Udayaraaga' (Morning raga in the garden) held by the Department of Kannada and Culture in association with the Horticulture Department. Thereafter, the Health Department conducted an awareness campaign on dengue and chikungunya. The department's staff had set up a stall, showing how live mosquito larvae grow in stagnant water. Visitors were educated about the ill effects of stagnant water and the ways to prevent mosquito-borne diseases. Health and Family Welfare Minister U T Khader, who inaugurated the stall, announced such campaigns at all lung spaces in the future. Visitors were given pamphlets on dos and don'ts on dengue. A health check-up camp was also conducted to check BP, diabetes. There were also recreational activities. The Women and Child Welfare Department in association with Bal Bhavan Society conducted ...
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Take up all measures to check vector-borne diseases: Minister 26.7.2015 deccanherald.com
All precautionary measures should be taken to check the spread of vector-borne diseases like dengue, chikungunya and malaria in the district, said District in-Charge Minister K Abhayachandra Jain. Chairing a meeting on Sunday, he said that stagnant water becomes breeding ground for mosquitoes. There is a need to maintain cleanliness in the surroundings and ensure that water does not remain stagnant. The minister said that work on UGD is nearing completion. The work on STP should be initiated at the earliest. A large number of labourers from outside work in coffee estates. There is a need to create awareness on cleanliness and education among them. Dog bite cases A total of 3,476 dog bite cases have been reported in the district. Anti-rabies vaccines should be made available in all health centres, he added. MLC Gayathri Shanthe Gowda said that vacant site owners should be directed to maintain cleanliness on their sites. Deputy Commissioner S P Shadakshariswamy said that compared to last four to five ...
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Dengue casting a long shadow over Telangana 25.7.2015 Hindu: Home
‘Taking precautions from mosquito bite and not allowing water to stagnate are two major precautions that people have to take’
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Clinic of ‘chikungunya expert’ closed 22.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Clinic of ‘chikungunya expert’ closed
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Clinic of ‘chikungunya expert’ closed 22.7.2015 Hindu: Bangalore
A clinic on Magadi Main Road run by a doctor who claimed to be a chikungunya expert was on Monday closed by the Health Department.Bangalore Urban District Health Officer (DHO) M. Rajani file...
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No Respite From Dengue, Chikungunya 22.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
Despite the measures taken by the state to contain the spread of dengue and chikungunya, positive cases are being reported every day.
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Communicable Diseases: Capital Tops in Kerala 22.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
Thiruvananthapuram has reported the highest number of cases in the state in five types of communicable diseases so far this year, according to the government.
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Keep your child fit this monsoon 21.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Keep your child fit this monsoon
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