A round-up of what's new in health
Fast food may not be great for health but its booming sales could indicate that consumer spending is back on track.
A study by a central laboratory recently found that 47 per cent of the people surveyed were unaware of the differences between over-the-counter drugs and antibiotics.
Pregnancy-induced hypertension was the main cause behind most of the 164 maternal deaths recorded in the city in the last three years, reveals a report by the Pune Municipal Corporation’s Family Welfare Bureau.
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