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After Maggi and Knorr Top Ramen the late New Delhi, June 30 (IBNS) After Maggi controversy, central food safety regulator Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has forced 'Top Ramen' noodles to be off-shelved in the Indian market. 30-Jun-2015
Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals introduces n Kolkata, June 29 (IBNS) : Giving new way to fight the disease, Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals, a healthcare in Kolkata, has introduced a technology for the treatment breast cancer among women. 30-Jun-2015
Manipal Health Enterprises forays into K Kolkata, June 28 (IBNS): Manipal Health Enterprises (MHE), a healthcare provider consolidated on its aggressive pan India expansion plans by setting up a Medical Information Centre (MIC) in Kolkata. 28-Jun-2015
Bihar polio vaccine death: Centre seeks Patna, June 28 (IBNS) Following the death of one child and the hospitalisation of six others after being administered with polio drops in Bihar's Vaishali district, the Centre has sought a report from the state government over the incident. 28-Jun-2015
One child dies, six hospitalised after p Patna, June 28 (IBNS) At least one child died on Saturday while six others were hospitalised after being administered with polio drops in Bihar's Vaishali district of Bihar. 27-Jun-2015
Health Minister directs officials to gea New Delhi, June 26 (IBNS) J P Nadda, Minister for Health and Family Welfare, has given topmost priority to advance preparedness of states affected by dengue, in order to prevent the disease and effectively manage it. 26-Jun-2015
New UN study calls for major surge in AI New York, June 26 (IBNS) The world risks a deadly AIDS rebound unless the countries most affected by the virus expand access to antiretroviral treatments and boost their focus on stopping new infections, a new United Nations report has warned. 26-Jun-2015
US, Indian sign MoUs aimed at health col New Delhi, June 25 (IBNS): Representatives from U.S. and Indian public health agencies on Thursday signed a series of Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs) aimed at advancing a broad range of joint research ventures, public health collaborations, and clinical exchanges. 25-Jun-2015
UN envoy on Ebola travels to Guinea Biss New York, June 25 (IBNS) The United Nations envoy for Ebola response has begun a visit to take stock of prevention and preparedness efforts in Guinea Bissau, which remains at high risk given its proximity to Guinea where new cases of the virus were reported in an urban area bordering the two countries. 25-Jun-2015
South Sudan children at risk from choler New York, June 25 (IBNS) A cholera outbreak is threatening South Sudan’s children in the latest blow to a country already teetering on the brink of all-out crisis amid incessant fighting and mass displacement, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has reported. 25-Jun-2015
Iraq: UN health agency seeks $60 million New York, June 24 (IBNS) With temperatures soaring to over 120 degrees Fahrenheit in some parts of Iraq and the number of people fleeing violence topping 3 million, the World Health Organization fears the closing of nearly 90 per cent of the health centres in conflict-affected areas unless donors respond to an urgent appeal to ensure their continuing operation. 24-Jun-2015
At least 3,000 suspected Dengue fever ca New York, June 24 (IBNS) Thousands of suspected cases of the mosquito-borne viral infection Dengue fever have been reported in conflict-ravaged Yemen, where a major health crisis is unfolding, the United Nations World Health Organization announced on Tuesday. 24-Jun-2015
If current trends hold, childhood obesit New York, June 23 (IBNS) Childhood obesity does not arise from lifestyle choices made by the child, the World Health Organization (WHO) said today, stressing that the huge problem, especially in developing countries on the marketing of sugar-rich non-alcoholic beverages, ultra-processed, energy-dense, nutrient-poor foods. 23-Jun-2015
Detecting the onset of leprosy before ne Birmingham, June 21 (IBNS) New research could help improve the lives of thousands of leprosy sufferers in India by detecting the disease long before it manifests as skin lesions. Peripheral nerve damage is the hallmark of leprosy pathology, but its origins had remained unclear until now. 21-Jun-2015
90 pc pediatric deaths occur owing to n Kolkata, June 20 (IBNS): Influenza is responsible for significant morbidity and mortality in children while its attack rates during annual epidemics are constantly highest among the little ones too, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 20-Jun-2015
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam inaugurates Clove Den New Delhi, June 17 (IBNS): Clove Dental, a dental network, on Wednesday announced the launch of its new entity Clove Dental Heritage, which unites the brands commitment towards research, training and community service, under one roof. 17-Jun-2015
Forget armed conflict, Tobacco is J&K's Jammu, June 16 (IBNS): Forget armed conflict, radicalisation of its youth or the routine protests on the streets of Kashmir, the beautiful Vale of Kashmir is now increasing facing another challenge which may affect its future generations very badly. 16-Jun-2015
National Aids Control Organization obser New Delhi, June 14 (IBNS): The National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare observed the 'World Blood Donor Day' under the aegis of National Blood Transfusion Council (NBTC), at Connaught Place in New Delhi on Sunday. 14-Jun-2015
Lizard spotted in London-bound Air India New Delhi, June 13 (IBNS) A lizard was found in the meal served by national carrier Air India in a London-bound flight of Thursday, said media reports on Saturday. 13-Jun-2015
Medanta launches MRI guided Vacuum assis Kolkata/Gurgaon, June 9 (IBNS): Medanta, The Medicity, a multi-speciality institute located in National Capital Region, on Tuesday has introduced the 'Scar Free Breast Biopsy' treatment for the first time in India. 09-Jun-2015
Fighting in Yemen continues to take toll New York, Jun 9 (IBNS): Some 20 million people in Yemen close to 80 per cent of the population urgently need humanitarian assistance, several United Nations agencies are warning, as the conflict, which escalated dramatically in March, continues to take its toll in what was already the poorest country in the region. 09-Jun-2015
After Maggi noodles, pasta and macaroni New Delhi, June 8 (IBNS) After Nestle that faces to withdraw its popular noodles brand Maggi following a crackdown over food safety, other brands manufacturing noodles, pasta, and macaroni face trouble as . Food safety regulator Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has ordered testing of branded noodles, pasta and macaroni. 08-Jun-2015
Men above 50 should test for prostrate c Kolkata, June 7 (IBNS): All men above the age of 50 should get themselves tested for prostrate cancers since it has emerged as one of the biggest killers of men worldwide but could be cured if detected early, said doctors ahead of a conference on the disease under the auspices of Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata. 07-Jun-2015
SRL Diagnostics announces technology to New Delhi, June 4 (IBNS):: SRL Diagnostics, a global diagnostics chain, introduced a breakthrough medical test to diagnose hypertensive disorders in pregnancy recently at its state of the art lab New Delhi. 04-Jun-2015
600,000 children developing intellectual New Delhi, June 3 (IBNS) Considering the health effects of lead poisoning among children, Global Alliance to Eliminate Lead Paint (GAELP) is determined to eliminate lead from paints across the world by 2020. 03-Jun-2015
Delhi govt says Maggi samples tested are New Delhi, June 2 (IBNS): Amid a controversy over Maggi containing harmful ingredients, the Delhi government has said samples that it tested were found "unsafe". 02-Jun-2015
Two dies from MERS in South Korea Seoul, June 2 (IBNS): Two people have died from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in South Korea on Tuesday, media reports said. 02-Jun-2015
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