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How to Keep Dengue Mosquitoes Away? India Under Dengue Attack

More than 30 people have lost their lives in Delhi alone due to Dengue outbreak, which is becoming a bigger threat in Bangalore now. Delhi faced its worst dengue crisis in five years, with 4,500 positive cases have already registered so far this year, and the Indian capital is paying the price for not taking proper preventive measures to stem Dengue which ...

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Degue in Delhi Brings Together 1 Lakh Volunteers on Localcircles

In view of the epidemic proportion of dengue in Delhi, over 100,000 citizens of Delhi and the national capital region (NCR) have come together on Localcircles for blood assistance to victims. Blood platelets needed daily for Dengue patients and those who need can access and seek blood or platelet assistance on Local Circles and the required time is about two ...

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Dengue toll on the rise, city turns to home remedies

Indian capital is paying the price for not taking preventive measures to stem Dengue and now the disease is fast spreading in New Delhi and adjoining areas of Ludhina and Gurgaon are gripped by the epidemic. So far, Delhi has reported 11 deaths and two of them — seven-year-old Avinash and six-year-old Aman Sharma this week, due to lack of ...

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Turmeric with Omega-3 Prevents Onset of Diabetes, Says Indian Origin Scientist

  An Indian originscientist from the University of Newcastle’s Nutraceuticals Research Group has found that curcumin in turmeric in combinatin with Omega-3 can delay type-2 diabetes and even prevent it effectively, if taken regularly. Professor Manohar Garg says the cause of the type 2 diabetes is due to systemic inflammation that affects secretion fuction of pancreas glands and turmeric can ...

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Swine Flu in Kashmir Rises to 9 Deaths, 182 Cases

The swine flu toll in Jammu and Kashmir rose to nine Friday with two more H1N1 infected patients succumbing, officials said. The army Friday said a soldier identified as Havildar Dangar Bavan Danbhai who had tested positive for the virus died in Srinagar on Friday. A local doctor, identified as Bhupinder Singh, who had been shifted for treatment to New ...

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Himachal Pradesh Reports First Swine Flu Death

Himachal Pradesh has reported its first swine flu death with six more cases to have been detected so far as a patient, Amit Kumar, belonged to Solan town died on Sunday and his blood sample tested positive a day after his death. The death of the 37-year old man due to swine flu was reported late Monday at the Indira ...

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Ebola Could End By June in Liberia, Predicts Study

The Ebola epidemic in Liberia could likely to be eliminated by June if the current high rate of hospitalisation and vigilance can be maintained, a new study predicted. The new model, developed by ecologists at the University of Georgia and the Pennsylvania State University, includes factors such as the location of infection and treatment, the development of hospital capacity and ...

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