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Freedom Fighter And Orissa Congress Leader Dies Of Chest Pain

Gangadhar Mohapatra who was, an active freedom fighter and a veteran Orissa Congress leader died after a brief illness at the age of 91.// His condition has deteriorated after his recent surgery and since then he was not keeping good health. He complained of chest pain Wednesday evening and died before h...

Little Makoda-Poster Girl For Leukemia Awareness Campaign Losses Her Battle Of Life

...peacefully in our arms. In our eyes, she is a true fighter who never gave in to her disease or wavered from her determination. We could not be more proud.' Makoda was diagnosed with a rare type of blood cancer known as acute myelogenous leukemia, a year ago and had undergone at least five rounds of chemoth...

Computer Based Therapy For Depression

... England from April. Two computer programs- Fear fighter and Beating the blues have been designed as therapies for depression and anxiety besides medication. However, health experts have warned that computer aided programs may not be suitable for everyone and needs more funding to train therapists. Depar...

Indian President Urges Doctors to Help Rural Patients

...ion Law Minister H.R. Bhardwaj and veteran freedom fighter Ranbir Singh Hooda. Hooda, the father of Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, could not attend the ceremony because of the death of his elder son Joginder Hooda this week....

42-year-old Cancer Patient Honored by British Queen for Her Fundraising Efforts

Jane Tomlinson, a doughty fighter against cancer, has been conferred the honor of CBE in the Queens Birthday honors list. The 42-year-old pediatric radiologist, hailing from Leeds in UK , was first diagnosed with breast cancer when she was only 26. Despite a mastectomy, the disease r...

Malaysian Astronaut to Conduct Cancer Research in Space

...part of a billion-dollar deal for 18 Sukhoi 30-MKM fighter jets....

Anchoring Lives Aboard Warship: Nimitz

...d F-18 Hornets and Super Hornets, the world's best fighter aircrafts, and only a handful have the knowledge that the largest warship in the world has a 53-bedded hospital ward and a three-bed Intensive Care Unit (ICU). It acts as the hospital ship for not just USS Nimitz with a 5,000 odd crew, but the Ni...

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