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बुधवार, 23 अप्रैल 2014

Ginseng may prevent influenza

Ginseng may prevent influenza
 - resulting in about three to five million cases of severe illness and about 250,000 to 500,000 deaths, according to the World Health Organisation.

How to lose weight at home – exercises, yoga and diet tips

How to lose weight at home – exercises, yoga and diet tips
  - If you are from northern India, and are into eating parathas, you can still have them but make them healthy. Instead of just aloo paratha have potato ...

Optimistic partner your gateway to better health

Optimistic partner your gateway to better health
 - Planning to tie the knot soon? Gauge his/her optimism levels too as a cheerful partner with loads of positive attitude would be a harbinger of health for ...

Narayana Health City performs 300 bone marrow transplants, records 80 % success

Narayana Health City performs 300 bone marrow transplants, records 80 % success
 - However in India, it is a challenge to find donors and we should consider it as our social responsibility to volunteer for donating healthy bone marrow ...

India tightens certification norms for fruits, veggies to pacify EU

India tightens certification norms for fruits, veggies to pacify EU
 - The EU's Standing Committee on Plant Health had imposed a ban on select perishables as pests and insects were detected in a number of ...

Rise against domestic violence

Rise against domestic violence
 - In order to curb domestic violence in Pakistan, its legal and legislative aspects need to ... But Arifa's husband threatened the institution with violence.

Pakistan not safe but is producing brave journalists

Pakistan not safe but is producing brave journalists
 - Pakistan may not be the safest place for journalism, but it does ... journalists like Hamid Mir, who could not be silenced through violence.

Violence against journalists

Violence against journalists
 - The meeting discussed the issues and challenges of journalists' safety, freedom of expression and right to information in Pakistan. The participants ...

Artist-writer Belinder Dhanoa puts spotlight on mental illness

Artist-writer Belinder Dhanoa puts spotlight on mental illness
 - Writer and artist Belinder Dhanoa addresses issue of mental illness and poses questions pertaining to normalcy in ...

Soon, costs may influence doctors' treatment decision

Soon, costs may influence doctors' treatment decision
 - Saying they can no longer ignore the rising prices of health care, some of the most influential medical groups in the nation are recommending that ...

Childhood bullying has long-term affects

Childhood bullying has long-term affects
 - The impact of bullying is persistent and pervasive, with health, social and economic consequences lasting well into adulthood." Individuals who were ...

When Not To Go To School

When Not To Go To School
 - No wonder 8.1 million children in India are still out of school. ... for effective spread of health and education programmes in many parts of rural India.

India may become world capital of liver diseases

India may become world capital of liver diseases
 - lifestyle, increased alcohol consumption and obesity are contributing towards making India the "world capital of liver diseases" by 2025, a health .

Give your 'best friends' healthy meals

Give your 'best friends' healthy meals
 -  It's not just the city residents who are treading the path of fitness. Their 'best friends', too, are joining the trail. Several pet owners are ...

End the unholy alliance between political parties and the tobacco lobby'

End the unholy alliance between political parties and the tobacco lobby'
 - “No political party is even talking about tobacco even though it is the biggest public health problem in India. Having said that, all political parties ...

One single type of cell responsible for invasive bladder cancers

One single type of cell responsible for invasive bladder cancers
 - According to 2008 statistics on cancer survivors, 0.64 million deaths were reported in India. This number has reduced to 0.56 million according to the ...




The minimum amount for surrogate mothers

 The minimum amount for surrogate mothers
 - ICMR guidelines cannot be imposed, as surrogacy is still not a law in India ... And to join discussions on health topics of your choice, visit our forum.

My mother washed utensils in people's homes: Modi on poverty

My mother washed utensils in people's homes: Modi on poverty
 - Narendra Modi today as he invoked his humble background to tell voters how he understood the pain of poverty.

Congress hiding in the bunker of secularism, says Narendra Modi

Congress hiding in the bunker of secularism, says Narendra Modi
 - for his comments of India as a "bee hive" and poverty as "state of mind". ... born with a golden spoon in his mouth and doesn't know what poverty is.

Despite SC relief, some concerns remain within LGBT community

Despite SC relief, some concerns remain within LGBT community
 - The community is already living in fear since December after the re-criminalisation Section 377 of Indian Penal Code (IPC). The judgment not only ...

800 Million Voters in World's Biggest Election: Are Gay Rights on the Ballot?

800 Million Voters in World's Biggest Election: Are Gay Rights on the Ballot?
 - As you read this, 800 million people in the world's largest democracy are going to vote in the biggest elections the world has ever seen. India, with its ...

India Supreme Court agrees to reconsider sodomy ruling

India Supreme Court agrees to reconsider sodomy ruling
 - A three-judge panel agreed to hear oral arguments in the motion – known as a curative petition – the Naz Foundation Trust, an HIV/AIDS advocacy ...

Illegitimate newborns murdered and discarded

Illegitimate newborns murdered and discarded
 - In Pakistan, abortion is illegal, and so is adultery - creating a situation where hundreds of children born out of wedlock are secretly killed each year.

Health workers murdered as Pakistan vaccinates

Health workers murdered as Pakistan vaccinates
 - 2 in southwest Peshawar, 13 people were killed by a roadside attack on a vaccination team, including 12 guards and a child. Two Pakistani polio ...

Men in Pakistan Want Fewer Children and are Eager Learn More about Family Planning

Men in Pakistan Want Fewer Children and are Eager Learn More about Family Planning
 - In 1950, the average Pakistani women had more than 6 children. This has dropped to a little over 3 but has stalled in recent years. Men show ...