AES outbreak in Siliguri in 1996, traced to imported raspberry, may have led to ‘litchi theory’.
Dreaded Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) that has taken toll of 25 children in the last fortnight in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur continue to baffle the experts who have for the first time noticed absence
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
Soon an exact headcount of cancer cases in Punjab since 2012 will be out.
The death of 254 Indian women in the course of a 15-year US-funded clinical trial has triggered a raging debate about its ethicality.
The Government should allot funds to study the health effects of prolonged exposure to mobile phones in the Indian context, according to a panel.
There is no cause of alarm with regard to possible ill-effects on human health by electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation from cellphone towers and cellphones because the limits adopted in India acco
The budget proposal to “give relief” to the automobile sector by cutting excise duties on several segments of cars, including SUVs, could worsen air quality and hurt people’s health, environmental
JNU study report on impact of mobile phone radiations - Question raised in Rajya Sabha, 06/02/2014.
Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has washed its hands of the clinical drug trials that took place on gas-victims at Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Centre (BMHRC).
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