More than 12 million deaths due to unhealthy environment in 2012, says WHO
One in every four deaths across the world can be attributed to environment-related factors
Pollution forces authorities to impose strict measures in Chile
Shaken and stirred
The case of malaria is an example of how excessive reliance on insecticides has damaged the environment and harmed public health
World TB Day: More men than women reported infection among India’s elderly
The prevalence percentage among men is almost double that among women.
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Online food products ‘too sweet’
While sweet taste was mentioned in 11 per cent of product reviews, saltiness was rarely mentioned
Sunscreen wouldn’t have saved Bob Marley from melanoma, and it won’t help other dark-skinned people
Melanoma is a potentially deadly form of skin cancer linked to overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun
Snakebite: a public health problem you don’t hear of
Call to end neglected tropical diseases brings this major public health problem into focus
Fruit bats source of Nipah virus, confirm ICMR scientists
Scientists from the Indian Council of Medicl Research reportedly confirmed the source of Nipah virus to be fruit bats
Chikungunya cases increase by 70% since 2013
Haryana saw an almost 100% spike in chikungunya cases from 2013 to 2017, according to the National Health Profile 2017
Diseases of a lifestyle: the transition to avoid
Can we not go from being poor but unhealthy to being rich and healthy? Why should we inherit diseases that can be junked?
A $996-million plan to eradicate deadly sheep and goat plague
At least 300 million families are likely to benefit by wiping out Peste des Petits Ruminants
India has highest rate of antibiotic resistance, says study
Low- and middle-income countries report the highest increase in antibiotic resistance
Tap to know how well you are
Trend of using health-monitoring apps on smartphones catches up in India
A diet for the heart
Sugary eyes tell it all
The guests who came to kill
A new study suggests that the more the number of hosts a parasite feeds on, the more virulent it becomes
Oriental skin therapy
Pudgy babies have the edge
Recent studies indicate that the greater the weight of babies at birth, the less prone they are to heart disease during their riotous adult years