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Jayalalithaa suffers cardiac arrest: Apollo Hospitals - The Hindu (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
The Hindu Jayalalithaa suffers cardiac arrest: Apollo Hospitals The Hindu With the proliferation of brick kilns and rice mills, Tiruvallur has become a hub of sorts for migrant labourers who are sucked into bonded labour. They live in inhuman conditions, are subjected to abuse and have restrictions on their movement. Rescue ... Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa critical after cardiac arrest: Security outside Apollo beefed up, supporters pray for AmmaIndia Today Tamil Nadu on edge after Jayalalithaa cardiac arrest, 'doctors doing their best', says Apollo HospitalsFirstpost Jayalalithaa suffers cardiac arrest, alert in Tamil NaduThe Indian Express Business Standard -The New Indian Express -Times of India -India.com all 173 news articles »
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Taking antidepressants in pregnancy harms the foetus more than you know - Hindustan Times (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Hindustan Times Taking antidepressants in pregnancy harms the foetus more than you know Hindustan Times Women who are prescribed selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors in the first trimester or three months before pregnancy are at a small but significantly great risk of having infants with congenital anomalies. (Shutterstock). Women who take ... SSRIs Tied to Increase in Stillbirths, Birth DefectsPsychCentral.com Antidepressants in pregnancy may up birth defectsMillennium Post all 6 news articles »
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Global cancer cases up by 33% in last decade: Study - Daily News & Analysis (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Daily News & Analysis Global cancer cases up by 33% in last decade: Study Daily News & Analysis The report by Christina Fitzmaurice from the University of Washington said cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide. There were an estimated 17.5 million cancer cases around the world and 8.7 million deaths in 2015, according to a new ... Cancer cases shoot up by 33% in a decade: StudyHindustan Times Global cancer cases up by 33 per cent in last decade: studyBusiness Standard Worldwide Cancer Rates Up More Than One-Third in Past Decade: ReportDaily Journal Online The Daily Star all 5 news articles »
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Unicef's nat'l health survey for children begins in state - Times of India (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Times of India Unicef's nat'l health survey for children begins in state Times of India Devthala (Jaipur): Beating the early morning haze, health volunteers with a specialized kit entered Devthala village at 8am (55km from Jaipur), walked into a narrow alley and knocked at a marked dilapidated house for collecting medical samples. A 9 ... National survey to measure nutrition levels of childrenThe Indian Express NUTRITION 2 LASTIndia Today all 3 news articles »
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New polymer patch can repair heart damage - Times of India (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Times of India New polymer patch can repair heart damage Times of India MELBOURNE: A new flexible polymer patch can improve the conduction of electrical impulses across damaged heart tissue without the need for stitches, scientists say. The patch, which has been shown to work in animal models, is long lasting and has the ... Scientists develop heart patch that can heal scars caused by heart attacks without stitchesFirstpost all 3 news articles »
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Global experts share latest insights and co-relate robust health with Probiotics - Business Standard (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
The TeCake Global experts share latest insights and co-relate robust health with Probiotics Business Standard These are challenging times. Life is on a fast track with unbalanced diet, stress, lack of physical activity, irregular working hours and lack of proper nutrition. Each one of these factors has taken its toll and it is an undisputed fact that lifestyle ... Bacteria are good for you, eat some!The New Indian Express 'Balanced gut microbiota ensures good health'News Today Probiotics can possibly help prevent colon cancerDeccan Chronicle Ahmedabad Mirror all 6 news articles »
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State health dept confident of restoring all scrapped medical seats - The New Indian Express (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
The Hans India State health dept confident of restoring all scrapped medical seats The New Indian Express VIJAYAWADA/NELLORE:AC Subba Reddy Government Medical College in Nellore faces the prospect of losing all its 150 seats this academic year. Reason: It has failed to comply with the norms of the Medical Council of India (MCI). The MCI, apart from this ... MCI cancels permission to Govt Medical CollegeThe Hans India MCI to cut MBBS seats in Odisha's SCB Medical College?Odisha Sun Times Construction work of 6 medical colleges to end on timeNYOOOZ all 5 news articles »
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Mortality rate at Mysuru zoo is normal, says executive director - The Hindu (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
The Hindu Mortality rate at Mysuru zoo is normal, says executive director The Hindu There are nearly 1,500 birds and animals on display at the Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens in Mysuru. | Photo Credit: M_A_SRIRAM ;M_A_SRIRAM -. Special Correspondent R. Krishna Kumar. MYSURU: December 04, 2016 22:05 IST. Updated: ... Animal deaths mainly due to ill health: EDWeb India 123 Allegations against zoo far from truth: Kamala Karikalancitytoday (press release) (blog) all 4 news articles »
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Saturated fat may be healthy for you: Study - Daily News & Analysis (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Daily News & Analysis Saturated fat may be healthy for you: Study Daily News & Analysis Consuming saturated fat in diet may actually be good for you, claims a new study which challenges the long-held belief that dietary fat is unhealthy for most people. Researchers at the University of Bergen in Norway found strikingly similar health ... Saturated fats can be healthyTheHealthSite all 6 news articles »
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Timberlea girl with Type 1 diabetes travels to Ottawa for Kids for a Cure lobby day - TheChronicleHerald.ca (Fri, 02 Dec 2016)
TheChronicleHerald.ca Timberlea girl with Type 1 diabetes travels to Ottawa for Kids for a Cure lobby day TheChronicleHerald.ca In Canada, the month of November was designated as Diabetes Awareness Month. Diabetes, both Type 1 and Type 2 and pre-diabetes affect approximately one in three Canadians. Currently there are 11 million Canadians living with diabetes or prediabetes. Sponsored: You can now reverse type 2 Diabetes naturallyDaily Post Nigeria Even mildly excessive body iron stores increase the risk of type 2 diabetesScience Daily all 50 news articles »
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