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Thousands of Keralites Under the Grip of Chikungunya

About 94,000 people in Kerala have been affected by fever in the last one week while about 7,000 patients have been identified with mosquito-borne chikungunya fever , according to the state health department. "About 7,000 patients have now been identified of having mosquito-borne chikunguny...

Malayali Nurses - Lifeline of Keralites Abroad

Malayali nurses, known for their enterprise and dedication, have led their families to far away Europe and most today are the sole bread earners with their men content to play// house-husband. One could just twist the adage 'Behind every successful man, there is a woman' - to read - 'There is...

Majority of Keralites Vote in Favor of HIV Certificate Before Marriage

An HIV certificate is a must before marriage, say an overwhelming 91 percent in an SMS survey in Kerala, which has over 70,000 HIV positive cases.// The survey, conducted by manoramaonline/yuva, saw 22,578 people taking part. Of this, 20,546 people said an HIV certificate was a must before ma...

Kerala Seeks Expatriates' Help for Its Hospitals

...lot of hospital equipment and look forward to help from the large number of keralites settled abroad towards donating equipment for government hospitals, especia...be cleared for various reasons. We request the large number of non-resident keralites settled abroad to provide us with new hospital equipment. "We will c...

Kerala Sees Medical Tourism Soaring

...gners was a hit on account of the huge cost difference. "The biggest advantage that Kerala has on this front is the large number of non-resident keralites settled in the US, Europe and Middle East. This movement began when they talked about the low-cost dental treatments in Kerala to their friends abroad...

Kerala Drafts a New Health Tourism Policy

... A new health tourism policy from Kerala promises heavy investment opportunities for Non-Resident keralites (NRK), making it a reliable venture ensuring steady returns in the// long term. Kerala Tourism Department has planned for an investor meet in K...

Keralites Have a Weak Heart: Cardiologist

... Among the Indians, keralites have a weak heart, said a city cardiologist Tuesday. "In Kerala, one out of seven has a heart problem.// In other parts of the country things are bett...

Medical Course in Kerala is Beyond the Reach of NRI's

... The hike in fees for medical seats reserved for non-resident Indians (NRIs) in Kerala has made pursuing medicine beyond the reach of keralites living abroad//, said a senior Congress leader here. Senior Congress legislator K.C. Joseph condemned the new bill floated by the Left Democrati...
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