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Swine flu in India: Maharashtra witnessed more than 50% success in the treatment of swine flu, Pune most affected

Nov 19, 2017 | | Say something

So far, Pune city has been the most affected with 145 cases followed positive Nagpur, which recorded 117 cases of H1N1 virus. The total number of positive cases in Mumbai today stands at 90. The swine flu is caused by the H1N1 virus. Symptoms of H1N1 are similar to those produced by other influenza viruses […more]

Evolve your look with every season, says stylist Rod Anker

Nov 10, 2017 | | Say something

Evolve your look with every season, says stylist Rod Anker ; is a good idea to change your appearance with each season to avoid boredom, says stylist Rod Anker international celebrities. Anker, the newly appointed ambassador of the brand of professional hair care Schwarzkopf Professional in India, was in the capital to demonstrate their imagination […more]

500 children with cancer and their families preparing to go to Rashrapati Bhavan

Oct 23, 2017 | | Say something

February 15 is the Day International Children cancer New Delhi, Feb 14: ‘What is Rashtrapati Bhavan,’ asks Dharmesh, a cancer patient blood. Although Mehroz, his teacher, is about to explain, at eight years old, another question is triggered. ‘Who lives there? It will help fix my cancer, “he asks, furiously coloring her” I deserve a […more]

psychedelics, (R) Doi, can help prevent the development of asthma

Oct 22, 2017 | | Say something

Washington, Feb. 10 a new study has revealed that psychedelic drugs, (R) Doi, can help prevent the development of asthma. Research led by Charles Nichols, PhD, Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics at the New Orleans School of Medicine LSU Health, found that a psychedelic drug, (R) Doi, prevents the development of allergic asthma […more]

‘Health policies and existing programs, but weak and poor in the application’

Oct 20, 2017 | | Say something

Calcutta, 10 February: Application of several policies to address health problems in the country has been weak and the urban population is also affected by it said a senior doctor today. “We have so many health problems and problems in the country and have health policies and programs for them. But we are very weak […more]

Bariatric or weight loss surgery reduces the risk of cancer in obese: study

Oct 5, 2017 | | Say something

Bariatric or weight loss surgery reduces the risk of cancer in obese: study ; Investigators have said that weight loss surgery can also help reduce the risk of cancer almost similar to those of normal weight rates. With bariatric surgery, a stomach of a patient is reduced to a small pouch. This bag is attached […more]

Suspected encephalitis: toll rises to 40 in Bengal

Sep 29, 2017 | | Say something

Suspected encephalitis: toll rises to 40 in Bengal ; Six people have died of suspected encephalitis at the Medical College of North Bengal and Hospital (NBMCH) here since Tuesday, bringing the number to 40 in the last 15 days, said health officials on Thursday. ‘Another six people have died in the last 48 hours, bringing […more]

Omega-3 supplements do nothing to normalize irregular heartbeat

Sep 24, 2017 | | Say something

If you suffer from heart disease, and fish oil might be a way to help keep your heart healthy, you are wrong. These supplements, though rich in Omega-3 fatty acids do not reduce atrial fibrillation, a common type of irregular heartbeat, found a study led by a researcher of Indian origin. ‘Fish oil has no […more]

Exchanging a gift confectionery to make an appetizer berry lose weight without gymming

Sep 16, 2017 | | Say something

London, February 10: no need to skip a meal or go to a gym as easy ways to lose a few pounds – it is no longer the case. Replacing a single bite confectionary between meals with a handful of berries can do the trick. Research shows that when people exchange a gift confectionery for […more]