LUCKNOW: Another historical structure has surfaced from the depth of Gomti.

In Mahoba, one of Bundelkhand's most backward districts, a bank goes to the doorstep of the poorest to turn the idea of `right to food' into a reality .

LUCKNOW: Your lung is an easier prey to pollution now. Thanks to the presence of nano pollutant called PM1 in city's air which has worried health experts as well.

Housemaid Aarti is a proud mother who works in an uptown officers' colony. Oblivious to death that looms over the baby's head, she works hard to raise her child well.

The golden motifs and shimmering silk often eclipses the perennial risk of tuberculosis Varanasi silk weavers live with.

A staggering 80% of Lucknowites in their early 40s face high risk of developing heart disease against the national average of 70%, according to a study conducted in 12 cities over a period of three

Co-infection Making Treatment Difficult

Despite tall claims by the local health authorities, there has been an alarming 75% rise in dengue cases in the city in the past five days.

Prevalence Rate Higher Among Men

Lucknow: Diabetes is disease of the rich in the city, says a study conducted endocrinology department of Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences. The study found that 21.2% of the subjects had diabetes. Institute professor E Bhatia and his colleagues conducted the study over a period of several years.

Study Shows Excess Body Weight Is Linked To A Child’s Socio-Economic Status

In a state in famous for malnutrition, one out of five teens going to private schools is either overweight or obese. This has been revealed in a study onducted by National Diabetes, Obesity and Cholesterol Foundation (N-DOC). The study covered more than 49,000 school children in eight ities,including 23,006children in Lucknow, Agra and Allahabad. The other cities were New Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Dehradun and Pantnagar.