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सोमवार, 22 सितंबर 2014

We will help to eradicate poverty in India, says Imran Khan

We will help to eradicate poverty in India, says Imran Khan
 - We will help the poor of this region, we will help to eradicate poverty in India as well", says Imran Khan, his party's Twitter account quoted him as ...

Clinic helps busy woman stay healthy

Clinic helps busy woman stay healthy
 - She previously practised in rural India, where it was taboo to speak about women's health issues, let alone get a check up. In many cases, women did ...

World War I and beginning of modern psychiatry in India

World War I and beginning of modern psychiatry in India
 - For their care and rehabilitation, the Indian Army had to ensure that a proper support mechanism was created in India. Many civilian mental healthcare ...

Rural India needs more general physicians'

Rural India needs more general physicians'
  - The ailing rural health sector needs more specialists in the general medical care, according to Yogesh Jain, founding member and secretary of Jana ...

8 common myths about emergency contraception

8 common myths about emergency contraception
 - In a recent survey conducted by a sexual health charity, 59% of women said they know only 'a little' about emergency contraception, while 12% said ...

Indians faced with overcrowded public hospitals turn to private clinics

Indians faced with overcrowded public hospitals turn to private clinics
 - “Unlike in Europe or developed countries, the public health care in India is woefully inadequate,” says Mr Ganesh. “Unless you absolutely have no ...

Action films could be bad for health, suggests study

Action films could be bad for health, suggests study
 - Health experts have often warned about the harmful effects of watching TV shows or movies while eating a meal. But if a new study is right, it's not ...

Have you thought of baby bunching?

Have you thought of baby bunching?
 - World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends a waiting period of atleast two years after the baby's birth, says Sinha, adding, "In India, the Ministry of ...

Give your health a boost with artichokes

Give your health a boost with artichokes
 - Antioxidants neutralise and remove free radicals from your bloodstream, thereby maintaining good health. Artichokes contain antioxidants like rutin, ...

Condoms too small for Uganda men, find out where India stands

Condoms too small for Uganda men, find out where India stands
 - The Parliamentary Committee for HIV/AIDS in the East African nation said a recent tour of areas most hit by AIDS revealed that some men "have bigger ...

Child mortality rates falling faster than ever

Child mortality rates falling faster than ever
 - According to the UN report issued from New York, new estimates in Levels and Trends in Child Mortality 2014 show that in 2013, 6.3 million children ...




Starting a new life in Pakistan's Azad Nagar, a colony of ex-slaves

Starting a new life in Pakistan's Azad Nagar, a colony of ex-slaves
 - In several countries in South Asia, including Pakistan, whole families are enslaved in bonded labor, and children can be born into slavery when their ...

Women still not at par with men: Why women's participation in the workforce very depressing in India

Women still not at par with men: Why women's participation in the workforce very depressing in India
 - Gone are those days when women was not allowed to step outside home to work and earn. Today more and more women are stepping out to earn a ...

Shared responsibility for healthcare'

Shared responsibility for healthcare'
 - Among the high HIV prevalent states of India, the minister said Nagaland and Manipur are one of them. He added that Nagaland and Mizoram ...

Vandrevala Foundation to improve mental health in India, world's suicide capital

Vandrevala Foundation to improve mental health in India, world's suicide capital
 - Mental health in India Following the report published by the World Health Organisation (WHO), revealing that India is the suicide leader of the world, ...