A World Bank team left the city today with mixed impressions about the rate of progress being made by the government in the Rs 701 crore health project in West Bengal.
US regulators are proposing that drug manufacturers should be allowed to advise doctors on the safety of 'off-label' uses of medicines. 'Off-label' uses are any for which the drug has not been
With no cure in sight, about 30 deaths to date and more possible, Taiwanese and U.S. officials are scrambling to contain a deadly virus that strikes at the very
The 48-hour strike by the doctors, in portest against the State Govenment's decision to ban the private practices has so far claimed at least 30
Linga Brahmam is a doctor with a difference. He claims to have cured more than 150 patients suffering from joint pains to paralysis with magnets. At the age of 82, he still tours the country every
The Union Budget's attempt to alleviate the travails of thalassaemis patients and address the treatment of AIDS, is but a fragmented approach to tackling two major blood-related problems affecting
A total of 292 persons have died from various diseases all over Nepal this summer, Epidemiology and Disease Control Division (EDCD)
Roche, the Swiss pharmaceutical company, suffered its second major setback in three months when it announced it was withdrawing Posicor, a new heart drug available in 34 countries, because of adverse
One more infant died of an intestinal viral epidemic in central Taiwan, bringing the death toll to 31, as health officials announced the outbreak was under
The core group constituted by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) under the chairmanship of Mr. Justice M.N. Venkatachaliah to review the progress of elimination of iron deficiency has
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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