A new report by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has rightly called for a ban on junk food in and around schools.

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Four rare mutations in a single gene may reduce the risk of heart disease by 40%, a new study has found.

ALLAHABAD: Vehicles zooming past city roads including silence zones like hospitals, schools, colleges and residential areas producing high decibel sound with their horns might be routine scenes for

LUCKNOW: Quality of life in the city has taken a severe beating from noise pollution, subjecting citizens to risks of disturbed sleep patterns and high blood pressure.

NAGPUR: A study in Nagpur has revealed that anaemia is a big factor in the high Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) as well as perinatal mortality rate (death of foetus after seven months of pregnancy or

Rural Development Minister and the OBC face of BJP in Maharashtra Gopinath Munde died apparently of shock and cardiac arrest suffered during a road accident early this morning.

Flanked on its three sides by busy roads and two bus stands, the hospital is at the epicentre of a cacophonic nightmare. Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) norms declare that area within 100 metres of any hospital should be a silent zone. But noise levels around the hospital are 59% beyond the prescribed 50 dB level. The situation at ESI Indiranagar and Victoria Hospital in KR Market too was no different, found a KSPCB study .

GURGAON: The harsh and dry summer is taking a toll on the health of Gurgaonites with hospitals reporting spurt in cases of gastroenteritis, dehydration and heat stroke.

Indians are eating out more often now, as many as eight times a month: report

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