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  • Migrant woman sixth case of swine flu in city

    8 June, 2017 7:43 PM 44

    Lucknow: A 49-year-old woman from Bihar-Gorakhpur border area was reported to be swine flu positive on Thursday. Admitted to King George's Medical University (KGMU), the woman is the sixth recorded case of swine flu in Lucknow district since February. According to the health department, the woman had complained of high fever on June 4 accompanied with sore throat

  • How to Spot Vitamin B12 Deficiency and Get Rid of It?

    8 June, 2017 12:54 AM 39

    Some other symptoms may also include mood swings, day time drowsiness, depression, pale skin. Always remember, Vitamin B12 deficiency goes largely undiagnosed. You must listen to your body and monitor any occurrence of the signs mentioned above. Other than vegetarians and vegans older people and those suffering from metabolic ailments - like diabetes

  • UP: 200 people fall ill after eating at a marriage party

    7 June, 2017 2:57 AM 45

    As many as 200 people have fallen ill after eating at a marriage party in Uttar Pradesh's Mau district. The incident took place in Mau's Kopaganj area and the victims have been rushed to a nearby district hospital for immediate treatment. This comes after 175 people had fallen ill after an Iftar party organised on the occasion of ongoing Ramadan in Uttar

  • South Korea to cull nearly 190,000 farm bids to contain bird flu

    7 June, 2017 2:19 AM 53

    SEOUL South Korea's agriculture ministry said on Wednesday it has ordered a cull of 186,100 farm birds to prevent the spread of bird flu after more cases of the highly pathogenic H5N8 bird flu were confirmed. The order comes after the government raised the country's bird flu alert level to the highest level on Monday when the first bird flu case found

  • Pregnancy after breast cancer doesn't raise recurrence risk-study

    4 June, 2017 2:20 AM 27

    HEALTH-CANCER/FERTILITY (EMBARGO):Pregnancy after breast cancer doesn't raise recurrence risk-study CHICAGO, June 3 (Reuters) - Women who have had breast cancer often forego pregnancy for fear that it will increase the chances of their cancer coming back. But a study of more than 1,200 women, presented on Saturday at the American Society of Clinical

  • Olaparib Shows Promise as Long-term Maintenance Therapy in Relapsed Serous Ovarian Cancer in Final Study 19 Analysis

    4 June, 2017 1:13 AM 26

    The PARP inhibitor olaparib (Lynparza) provides clinically significant, long-term treatment benefits in patients with platinum-sensitive relapsed serous ovarian cancer, according to the protocol-specified final overall survival (OS) analysis of the phase II Study 19 trial presented during the 2017 ASCO Annual Meeting. In Study 19 (n = 265), olaparib

  • American girl, who suffered from life-threatening seizures, cured by cannabis oil

    3 June, 2017 2:57 PM 59

    Annalise Lujan with a rare form of epilepsy has been cured from the life-threatening seizures after doctors treated her with cannabis oil. New Delhi: A 12-year-old girl named Annalise Lujan with a rare form of epilepsy has been cured from the life-threatening seizures after doctors treated her with cannabis oil. According to a report in Daily Mail, the 12-year-old

  • Micronutrients Deficiency: Nearly 40% of Preschool Kids in Developing Countries Are Anaemic

    3 June, 2017 9:55 AM 38

    Micronutrients are not only vital for our health and development but extremely crucial for the growth and development of children and infants. Vitamin A, iron, iodine, folic acid, zinc among many other micronutrients play vital roles in the overall functioning of the body. This 'hidden hunger' that is so widely spread throughout the nation can only be checked

  • One out of three people feels depressed in hospitals, study says

    3 June, 2017 7:47 AM 39

    Cedars-Sinai does regular screening of the patients who are hospitalized due to depression. The nurses do the screening of the hospitalized patients. They also interview the patients within 24 hours of their admission. Through a recent study, it has been found out that one out of three people who are hospitalized feel depressed. The study is published

  • Tribal’s organs give new lease of life to four

    3 June, 2017 12:05 AM 34

    Surat: Thirty-year-old Navneet B Chaudhary's organs have given a new lease of life to four persons. Chaudhary, a worker in diamond unit, was a resident of Lavet of Mangrol taluka in Surat district. He had fallen from his motorcycle on way from Vankel to Lavet on April 29 evening and taken to PP Savani Heart Institute in an unconscious state. He had a blood