Nagpur: India loses a big number of children to severe diseases every year. Many of them can be saved if there are trained doctors to work in paediatric intensive care.
Nagpur: Habits adopted in childhood stick with a person all one's life, they say. Adopting habits that encourage children to make healthy lifestyle choices can also be inculcated early on in life.
NAGPUR: Having the highest number of population affected by tuberculosis, India also has the highest incidence of genital tuberculosis.
Nagpur: Deaths of four patients suffering from swine flu were reported by the authorities in the city on Wednesday.
Nagpur: Even as winter and festivities like Diwali and Dussehra bring along a big cheer for most people, the last couple of months of the year become the most difficult time for around two crore In
World Health Organisation's (WHO) statistical profile 2015 for India states that the probability of dying between ages 30 and 70 due to cancer, cardiovascular diseases, chronic respiratory diseases
Nagpur: Sunday saw the death of one swine flu patient and two others suspected of the disease at Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH).
Nagpur: While India seems to be winning its fight against communicable diseases, the national burden of non-communicable diseases is growing beyond control.
Nagpur: Despite being a 1,500-bed hospital, Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) does not have a valid authorization for disposal of its biomedical waste.
Nagpur: Only negligible rainfall has been recorded across Vidarbha in the first fortnight of July.
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