People with a sweet tooth must have surely been advised by many, “Itna meetha mat khao warna diabetes ho jaega” (Eating too much sugar will cause diabetes). But does that really happen?
BHUBANESWAR: The season’s first dengue death case was reported from a private hospital in Bhubaneswar.
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Over 200 people are said to have taken ill due to an outbreak of diarrhoea and gastroenteritis at Babanpur village of Fatehabad district allegedly due to the consumption of contaminated water.
KOLLAM: An endemic case of black fever or kala-azar (lieishmaniasis) has been from Kulathupuzha in Kollam district.
With the monsoon only a couple of days away, officials of the Pune Municipal Corporation’s health department have identified 89,896 mosquito breeding spots in the city.
Nipah outbreak in Kerala: With the last casualty being reported on May 30 and no new cases till now, officials say the virus scare has been averted to a large extent.
Jaipur: City doctors suspecting the trend of reporting of dengue cases in summers as a result of possible change in genotype (genetic structure) of any of existing serotypes of dengue virus or emer
While India’s ranking by the Global Burden of Disease team in IHME may appear counter-intuitive, the truth is that incidence alone does not tell India’s full cancer story.
Union Ministry rushes team of experts to Shimla to trace origin of the virus
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