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Published on 21 February 2018 | 7:07 am


Jaipur becomes swine flu capital of country with 578 cases in '18 so far - Times of India


Times of India

Jaipur becomes swine flu capital of country with 578 cases in '18 so far
Times of India
JAIPUR: Pink City does not seem to be in the pink of health. Data shows that more than half of the swine flu cases reported from across states in the country are from Jaipur. According to Centre's Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme report ...

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Published on 21 February 2018 | 5:56 am


Too much of calcium in brain may cause Parkison's disease, says study - Deccan Chronicle


Deccan Chronicle

Too much of calcium in brain may cause Parkison's disease, says study
Deccan Chronicle
Study finds calcium can mediate the interaction between small membranous structures inside nerve endings important for neuronal signalling. Understanding the role of alpha-synuclein in physiological or pathological processes may aid in the development ...
Excess calcium in brain may lead to Parkinson's diseaseKasmir Monitor
Protein levels in spinal fluid correlate to posture and gait difficulty in Parkinson'sEurekAlert (press release)
Study Finds Protein Levels in Spinal Fluid Correlate to Posture and Gait Difficulty in Parkinson's DiseaseNewswise (press release)
HealthCentral.com
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Published on 21 February 2018 | 4:49 am


People With Slimmer Waist Circumference and Heavy Thighs Are Less Prone To Type 2 Diabetes - NDTV


NDTV

People With Slimmer Waist Circumference and Heavy Thighs Are Less Prone To Type 2 Diabetes
NDTV
According to a latest study conducted by Sir Ganga Ram Hospital along with Motilal Nehru Medical College of Allahabad, people with heavier thighs are less likely to become diabetic. Food | NDTV Food Desk | Updated: February 21, 2018 10:09 IST. 4 Shares ...
Waist-thigh ratio can be marker for diabetes: ResearchersTimes of India
People with big thighs least likely to develop diabetesTheHealthSite
People with Heavy Thighs Unlikely to Become Diabetic: StudyNews18
Daily News & Analysis -The Asian Age
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Published on 21 February 2018 | 4:39 am


Here's a protein that helps spreading cancer in body - Deccan Chronicle


Deccan Chronicle

Here's a protein that helps spreading cancer in body
Deccan Chronicle
Researchers at the University of Illinois have been able to study precisely how Ras proteins interact with cell membrane surfaces. The membrane is playing a very critical role in controlling the activity of very complex signaling networks that involve ...

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Published on 21 February 2018 | 4:38 am


Self-esteem important in treating mental health, says study - Deccan Chronicle


Deccan Chronicle

Self-esteem important in treating mental health, says study
Deccan Chronicle
Youth with psychiatric disorders receiving inpatient services report lower self-concept compared to those receiving outpatient services. Self-concept might be an important aspect to consider when implementing treatment programs to improve the mental ...
Self-esteem plays key role in treating mental healthTimes of India

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Published on 21 February 2018 | 4:33 am


Bronchial Thermoplasty completed on 66-year-old - Deccan Chronicle


Deccan Chronicle

Bronchial Thermoplasty completed on 66-year-old
Deccan Chronicle
Bronchial Thermoplasty (BT) was successfully completed on a 66-year-old woman patient with severe asthma at Apollo Hospitals. Consultant pulmonologist Dr R.Narasimhan explains the procedure of Bronchial Thermoplasty (BT), at Apollo hospital on Tuesday ...

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Published on 21 February 2018 | 2:16 am


Rajasthan jail inmates with HIV to get better facilities - Daily News & Analysis


Daily News & Analysis

Rajasthan jail inmates with HIV to get better facilities
Daily News & Analysis
NACO Programme In picture: Principal secy for health Veenu Gupta; DG Prisons, Bhupendra Singh; RSACS project director Dr SS Chauhan, additional secy Sanjeev Kumar and other officials during the MoU signing programme on Tuesday. Share. Written By. Amit ...
HIV intervention in Rajasthan prisons: RSACS, prisons department sign MoUHindustan Times
HIV screening for inmates in Rajasthan prisons to be strengthenedTimes of India

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Published on 21 February 2018 | 12:48 am


A Passenger Says She Complained About Period Pains And Was Forced Off Her Flight - NDTV


NDTV

A Passenger Says She Complained About Period Pains And Was Forced Off Her Flight
NDTV
Beth Evans and her boyfriend, 26-year-old Joshua Moran, said a flight attendant overheard Evans' conversation and expressed concerns about her health - even though she said she rated her pain "1 out of 10," according to the Times of London. Just before ...
A Woman Claims She Was Kicked Off An Emirates Flight After Complaining About Period PainBustle
Doctors slam Emirates airline after flight crew kick out a British woman who complained of period painsInternational Business Times, India Edition
British woman kicked off Emirates flight over 'period' painThe Statesman
Complex -New Zealand Herald -Newsmax -The Times
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Published on 21 February 2018 | 12:44 am


Google has developed a way to predict your risk of a heart attack just by scanning your eye - Business Insider


Business Insider

Google has developed a way to predict your risk of a heart attack just by scanning your eye
Business Insider
A new system created by Verily and Google AI researchers can use photographs of the retina to predict risk factors for cardiovascular disease. The system works about as well as presently used predictive methods and is far less invasive. In a recent ...
Google AI uses retinal scans to estimate heart disease riskKasmir Monitor
Ayyy-EYE! Google code 'predicts heart disease' by eyeballing retinasThe Register
Google Will Read Danger of Heart Failure in EyesIndia.com
The Indian Express -Moneycontrol.com -Deccan Chronicle -Live Science
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Published on 20 February 2018 | 11:11 pm


Kerala cabinet approves new medical policy where vaccination certificate will become mandatory for school admission - India Today


India Today

Kerala cabinet approves new medical policy where vaccination certificate will become mandatory for school admission
India Today
The Kerala cabinet approved a draft Medical Policy on Tuesday. According to the draft Medical Policy, it is necessary for all students seeking admission to produce a vaccination card. Kerala Health Minister K K Shailaja, sharing the draft with the ...
Kerala makes vaccination compulsory for school admissionsHindustan Times
Vaccination certificate soon to be must for school admission in KeralaTimes of India
Kerala to make vaccination certificate mandatory for school admissionTimes Now
Deccan Herald -The News Minute -Mathrubhumi English -The Indian Express
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Published on 20 February 2018 | 3:25 pm








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