We have found in Asian country especially in rural sectors new mothers are unaware about baby's health care issues therefore...
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it is good to eat as many as vegetables and fruits (totally vegetarian), but my aurvedic doctor asked me to stop eating every...
It wreaked havoc in Europe. Now scientists are worried that acid rain may soon acquire grave proportions in India. Acid rainwater may cause irreparable damage to the country's biodiversity, crop yields and the economy. Will we be prepared for it when disaster strikes?
Summer is only just setting in. And already there are reports of deaths in Orissa due to a heat wave
Alaskan natives take the message of the dangers of climate change catastrophic to the office of an oil company , whose activities threaten their culture and livelihood
A tobacco company will have to pay US $81 million to the family of a man who died of lung cancer
Private companies investing in dams is bad news for the environment
People in Nepal wage a war against polluting diesel three-wheelers
In east Africa the latest war casualties are gorillas
Goa will become the first state in the country to adopt national resource accounting
India successfully tests the Agni II missile
NATO strikes on chemical plants and refineries around Belgrade could lead to an ecological disaster, warn Serb officials
The story of bioinvasion for beginners
Radiation therapy and chemotherapy can halve cervical cancer deaths among women
The water we drink may be contaminated with the drugs we excrete through our urine
Vitamin C may produce free radicals that may cause cancer
Scientists tame the speed of light
A new resin has been developed that will allow more uses of lasers
The Universe may be expanding
Grapes grown in Israel's saline region are more aromatic
Integrated pest management treatments come to the rescue of cotton farmers
By developing transgenic cotton seeds, Indian scientists enter Monsanto's domain
On March 26, thousands of computers across the world were infected with the 'Melissa' virus through the Internet. Many large corporations had to shut down their e-mail servers for the day. Just how vulnerable is the electronic age?
People buried in avalanches will have a better chance of survival thanks to a simple breathing device
Japanese scientists have found a way to recover rare-earth metals from seawater
Everyone knows of the tiger's endangered status, but the government seems unwilling to face the reality. So far, it has tried to resolve the issue through conferences and meetings, but there has been no concrete action
Although setting up of the EPA did result in policies to control pollution, political interference has blunted its effectiveness
A villager in Goa wants to cut a tree growing in his backyard to mend his damaged roof. But he needs to get permission from the tree officer. And how does he get the permission? In a letter to the editor, a forester/villager, who wishes to remain anonymous, reveals the torturous procedure by which he finally manages to mend his roof
A rise in the elephant population in the Chandaka reserve forests raises the basic question of ecological management keeping human needs in mind
Germany's new ecological tax reforms are ridden with flaws