In 2017, there were 6,144 cases of H1N1 virus and 778 deaths across Maharashtra while in 2016, there were 82 cases of H1N1 virus and 22 deaths.

In the midst of Earth’s sixth mass extinction event, non-native species are a driving factor in many imperiled species’ declines. One of the most widespread and destructive alien invasive species in the world, wild pigs (Sus scrofa) threaten native species through predation, habitat destruction, competition, and disease transmission. We show that wild pigs co-occur with up to 87.2% of imperiled species in the contiguous U.S. identified as susceptible to their direct impacts, and we project increases in both the number of species at risk and the geographic extent of risks by 2025.

AHMEDABAD: Gujarat, which recorded the second-highest mortality due to swine flu in 2017 after Maharashtra, has already registered 36 cases and six deaths due to the H1N1 virus from January to Marc

E. coli in the wild birds became immune to some drugs within a few months

JAIPUR: Chances of death due to swine flu is higher among females comparing it to their male counterparts.

Dehradun: An Italian veterinary sciences professor at the University of Torino in Italy has said that the disease which is rendering Himalayan blue sheep blind in Gangotri National Park (GNP) and h

BHOPAL: When Rajesh Verma, a gas tragedy victim, reached Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research Centre (BMHRC) on March 31last year, he and his family members were impressed by the spacious hospit

NEW DELHI: One person has died and 22 others have been found positive for swine flu in Delhi this year, as on February 18.

Jaipur: On the first day of the three-day door-to-door campaign launched in the city, health authorities reached at the doorsteps of the people for checking their health.

As many as 22 cases of swine flu have been reported from the national Capital till February 17, a report by the Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP) stated.

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