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Chhattisgarh to Launch Polio Campaign for Laborers Kids

...dnesday. "The special focus during the three-day mega polio campaign will be on the kids of daily wage earners," the statement added, claiming "the state has not registered even a single complaint of polio cases in the past four years." On Sunday, officials will pick up kids for immunization from fixe...

Army Dental Corps to Get Multi-speciality Unit

New Delhi: The Army Dental Corps is to get a mega centre with multi-specialities, with army chief Gen. J.J. Singh performing the groundbreaking for this here Thursday.// The facility will come up with the campus of the Army Hospital (Research & Referral) and will be known as Army Dental Centre (R&...

Japan Keen to Have More Indian Students

...of the GDP on research and development activities, mega companies allocate two percent of their annual funds on research. "Research and development is a strong asset for Japan," said Kurokawa. Source-IANS...

India, a Hot Destination? Software or Sex, Indians are the Best!

‘Men’s Health’, a mega lifestyle magazine for men with a tall worldwide readership of over 20 million, has published the findings of a survey that queried almost 40,000 men// from 43 countries regarding their private lives, and sexual habits. An exclusive feature titled "W...

Intel Outside: Exploring Life beyond the Chip

...tion beyond manufacturing computer chips. Now, the mega giant is all set to team up with other medical and healthcare companies’ towards providing quality healthcare //. Intel, Cisco Systems, Medtronic, and seven others have joined hands to enable high-end healthcare services to the public. The Continua...

Western Region Tops in Indian Biotech Growth

...al told about 1,000 delegates participating in the mega event. The US spends about $2 billion on single drug development, while the same drug can be developed in India for about $500 million. Calling for public-private partnership, Sibal said the private sector should concentrate on developing new mol...

APEC to conduct mock bird flu exercise

...uman flu strain, how equipped are we to handle// a mega crisis, and what plan of action can we rely on to control the spread? To test the responses to an epidemic, eight Asia Pacific countries are teaming up next month to roll out a mock drill that will gauge the effectiveness of a global response to a pa...

Public Health awareness to help scientists in Scotland!

...ental // illness. The driving forces behind this mega project are Universities of Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow. The aim of the project is to follow the health of 50,000 Scots family members over the next generation. The project will be conducted in full and close collaboration with the NHS...

Northeast To Get Mega Rural Health Mission

...boost with the central health ministry launching a mega mission to upgrade medical facilities in the interior regions//. Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss has launched the National Rural Health Mission for the northeastern states in Assam's main city of Guwahati with a pledge that every rural hospital ...

Alternative medicine more popular among HIV positive patients

...exercises, lifestyle changes, dietary supplements, mega vitamins, counseling and herbal medications seem to be the most preferred forms of alternative treatment used by these patients. 70% of these patients said that these therapies had improved their condition. The study was conducted by researchers hea...

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