MUMBAI: A close-up of India's tuberculosis epidemic shows, for the first time, how a million of the now 2.8 million TB patients go 'missing' or never show up in the Revised National TB Control Prog
AHMEDABAD: While the medical fraternity in the city remains divided over the efficacy and accuracy of rapid test kits for dengue and malaria, a serious study is being undertaken by research agencie
Clinical trials for Ayurveda-based drug for dengue, jointly being carried out by the Indian Council of Medical Research and the Ministry of AYUSH, are in the "advanced stages" and presently its cli
Dengue is a dangerous debilitating disease that occasionally kills people and has no known cure or treatment.
ICMR looking at newer vector control strategies, including a bacterium that limits virus growth.
NEW DELHI: Allaying concerns of environmentalists who alleged that the central biotech regulator's sub-committee that studied the bio-safety of GM (genetically modified) mustard did not have any 'h
Taxi scrap used in decoration of the pandal.Taxi scrap used in decoration of the pandal.
Kolkata: Abnormally high PM2.5 (particulate matter measuring less than 2.5 micron in diameter) levels in Kolkata's air nearly all through the year, except monsoon, is a major killer and may assume
India-Africa Health Sciences Meet opens tomorrow
It will be introduced in five districts of Bihar and Gujarat first.
Forfeiting our commons
The Lancet’s Series on Maternal and Child Undernutrition
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NGO demands withdrawal of Niyamgiri gram sabha notificatio