Health in news on May 10

Sugar industry sees red over FSSAI's draft regulations, HC slams government hospital for discrimination of HIV patient

By DTE Staff
Published: Thursday 10 May 2018

Packaged food companies to declare calories, total sugar and salt, total fat per serving on pack front

The sugar industry has opposed the FSSAI's draft regulations, saying there is no scientific evidence that proves that consumption of sugar is harmful for health.

100 tonnes of mango ripened using chemicals destroyed

In a joint operation, officials of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), Vigilance and Enforcement and the municipal authorities, conducted raids on fruit godowns at different places in Krishna district on Wednesday.

HC slams ‘blatant discrimination’ against HIV patient

Conduct of two government hospitals frowned upon; man was hurt in accident

22 babies died daily within 28 days of birth: RTI reply

As many as 13,541 children under the age of five died in the State in a span of 11 months, a Right to Information (RTI) application has revealed.

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