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H1N1 scare: Team to check schools’ hygiene

Hygiene

H1N1 scare: Team to check schools’ hygiene

Posted on 30 July 2014

              H1N1 scare: Team to check schools’ hygiene MALAPPURAM: With the spread of dengue fever and H1N1, teams being appointed by district medical office will conduct inspections in all schools across the district. The district medical administration will take actions against the schools that fail to maintain hygiene and […] Continue Reading

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Workshop focus on keeping liver healthy

Health Tip

Workshop focus on keeping liver healthy

Posted on 30 July 2014

            Workshop focus on keeping liver healthy INDORE: A workshop on water borne liver diseases was organised by Advanced Homeopathic Medical Research and Welfare Society on Wednesday during which experts delivered lectures on ways to keep liver healthy by including a combination of carbohydrates, fats and proteins in diet. Society […] Continue Reading

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Eat 5 Portions of Fruits and Veggies for a Better Heart

Nutrition

Eat 5 Portions of Fruits and Veggies for a Better Heart

Posted on 30 July 2014

Eat 5 Portions of Fruits and Veggies for a Better Heart Chinese and American researchers settle on lower number than seven-a-day recommendation of English study Those who despaired of ever being able to eat seven portions of fruit and vegetables a day, as suggested by a team of scientists earlier this year, can probably relax. […] Continue Reading

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Tink again about this silent killer

Health

Tink again about this silent killer

Posted on 30 July 2014

Think again about this silent killer KOCHI: World Hepatitis Day was observed on 28 July, to improve the public awareness about viral hepatitis and bring political attention to this major disease. Viral hepatitis is the eighth biggest killer disease in the world and because of this WHO has announced world hepatitis day as one among […] Continue Reading

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Viral fever spreads with pollution

Environment

Viral fever spreads with pollution

Posted on 29 July 2014

          Viral fever spreads with pollution GURGAON: The monsoon heralds the end of another scorching summer, but brings with it a seasonal viral epidemic. While it is a common occurrence every year, city doctors are now saying that soaring pollution levels are causing prolonged viral infections. The virus mutants doing the rounds are […] Continue Reading

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Sweet seller gets jail for adulteration

Food Safety

Sweet seller gets jail for adulteration

Posted on 29 July 2014

              Sweet seller gets jail for adulteration BAREILLY: In a significant ruling, the additional chief judicial magistrate (ACJM) of Bareilly has sentenced a reputed sweetmeat seller to six months’ rigorous imprisonment for selling stale and adulterated curd. The bad curd was seized by a team of the food department […] Continue Reading

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Your baby needs special attention in monsoon

Health Tip

Your baby needs special attention in monsoon

Posted on 29 July 2014

            Your baby needs special attention in monsoon Rains give a respite from that crazy summer heat, but they also bring along a spate of health related issues and problems. And the most vulnerable lot that is affected in this wet season is – babies. But, there are simple things […] Continue Reading

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Investing in health through hygiene

Hygiene

Investing in health through hygiene

Posted on 29 July 2014

Investing in health through hygiene Historically the greatest advances in longevity and mortality reduction have come not from treatment of individual disease but from public health. This includes modern drainage and sewerage systems (sewage treatment plants), drinking water systems that produce and deliver disease-free water and solid waste disposal systems. The current position is illustrated […] Continue Reading

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Long Working Hours Linked to Increased Smoking

Health

Long Working Hours Linked to Increased Smoking

Posted on 29 July 2014

Long Working Hours Linked to Increased Smoking For long, health experts have warned against the hazards of smoking and tobacco consumption. Not only does smoking lead to chronic ailments, but it may also cause psychological problems. Excessive smoking shatters your metabolism and plays with internal body clock. Recently, a study conducted by the researchers from […] Continue Reading

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What do toilets have to do with nutrition? More than you might think

Nutrition

What do toilets have to do with nutrition? More than you might think

Posted on 28 July 2014

What do toilets have to do with nutrition? More than you might think Approximately 160 million children under the age of 5 are stunted. This means they are failing to grow well and lack of height can be a marker of a whole range of developmental setbacks including cognitive impairment. The 2013 Lancet series on maternal and […] Continue Reading

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