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Swine Flu

Clue found to strange link between swine flu vaccine and narcolepsy

Author(s): DTE Staff 
Issue Date: Jul 3, 2015
A team of scientists may have found a clue to why certain swine flu patients who had been administered an H1N1 vaccine in 2009 developed the sleep disorder, narcolepsy.

When flu turns fatal

Issue Date: Mar 31, 2015

Cross Hairs - March 1-15, 2015

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Author(s): Sorit Gupto 
Issue Date: Mar 15, 2015
Posted on: 28 Feb, 2015

Swine flu impacts tourism in Rajasthan, Maharashtra

Issue Date: Feb 16, 2015
As Rajasthan and Maharashtra reel under the outbreak of swine flu, assessment by an industry body shows that it will adversely impact tourism of the two states. The loss is expected to be to the tune of Rs 5,500 crore for tourism and aviation industries. Till February 15, swine flu had claimed 153 lives in Rajasthan and 51 in Maharashtra.

Amid increasing death toll, government steps up measures to tackle swine flu

Issue Date: Feb 11, 2015
In a review meeting held at the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in Delhi, the government announced more help to the states affected by spread of swine flu. The help would be offered in procuring logistics and vaccinating health workers. 

Not ready for swine flu

Issue Date: Feb 28, 2015
IN 2009, when swine flu hit the country for the first time health experts were clueless about the new virus. Within eight months it killed around 1,000 people. Five years later, India is still unprepared to combat the virus. In January alone, the virus has infected about 2,500 and killed more than 200 people.

News Briefs - January 16-31, 2015

Issue Date: Jan 31, 2015
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