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AES outbreak in Bihar: Health ministry rushes 5 teams to Muzaffarpur

Union health minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has deployed central teams of pediatricians and paramedics to further strengthen the management of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) and Japanese Encephalitis (JE) in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur.............

WHO congratulates India for significantly reducing child deaths

India’s remarkable achievement was made possible via a series of initiatives that the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has taken in recent years, including to vaccinate each and every child with life-saving vaccines under Mission Indradhanush……………...

Strict measures but no ban on alcoholism & smoking: health ministry

While the health ministry has listed the strict measures that would act as deterrents for public smoking and alcoholism, it has said that there are no action plan for any ban currently….................

One million children saved, says a new study published in the...

As per the ‘India’s Million Death Study’, there have been significant reductions in mortality from pneumonia, diarrhoea, neonatal infections and birth asphyxia..............

India registers significant decline in infant mortality rate

The total number of estimated infant deaths have come down from 930000 (9.3 Lakhs) in 2015 to 840000 (8.4 lakhs) in 2016...........

World Heart Day: India faces an ‘epidemic’ of heart disease!

A joint study prepared by ASSOCHAM and Deloitte on ‘Cardiovascular diseases in India’ reveals that CVDs accounted for around one-fourth of all deaths in India in 2008 and there are rising incidence in young patients...........

BioVoice eMag June 2017 Issue-1 Volume-2

BioVoice eMag June 2017 Issue-1 Volume-2: The 1st anniversary edition of BioVoice includes the cover story, ‘The Milestones’ that looks at the various top trends,...

World Prematurity Day: India has the world’s highest preterm babies!

Bangalore based Motherhood Hospitals launched ‘Prepare’ a Preterm Parenting Support Group for the first time in India to mark “World Prematurity Day”....

“Neglect of healthcare will have a negative impact on India’s economy”

This was mentioned by the vice president of India, Mr M Hamid Ansari who also pointed towards the side-effects of inadequate funding support for the healthcare....

Apollo’s technology integrated community preventive healthcare program

Apollo Tele Health (ATHS) in association with Landmark group organized free screening camps....