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PMC struggles to control dengue

Saturday, 9 December 2017

Yerawada, Kalas and Dhanori report highest number of cases; over 1,500 confirmed cases in 2017

 

Yerawada, Kalas and Dhanori report highest number of cases; over 1,500 confirmed cases in 2017

 

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Maharashtra records 752 swine flu deaths this year

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Speaking to Sakal Times, Dr Sudhir Patsute, Superintendent, Naidu Infectious Disease Hospital, said that the number of patients in the coming days will get lesser.

Speaking to Sakal Times, Dr Sudhir Patsute, Superintendent, Naidu Infectious Disease Hospital, said that the number of patients in the coming days will get lesser.

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‘45 pc schoolchildren malnourished in Pune’

Friday, 1 December 2017

The survey also concluded that more than one in three children suffers from dental cavities. Preschool children have more dental cavities due to poor oral hygiene and eating habits. Around 38 per cent of the total children surveyed across different age groups were also affected by dental cavities

The survey also concluded that more than one in three children suffers from dental cavities. Preschool children have more dental cavities due to poor oral hygiene and eating habits. Around 38 per cent of the total children surveyed across different age groups were also affected by dental cavities

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Early start of ART can prevent transmission of HIV-1 by 93 per cent in Serodiscordant couples

Thursday, 30 November 2017

City-based National AIDS Research Institute (NARI) and YR Gaitonde Centre for AIDS Research and Education based in Chennai participated in the global research along with Malawi, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Botswana, Kenya, Thailand, Brazil and the United States of America (USA)

City-based National AIDS Research Institute (NARI) and YR Gaitonde Centre for AIDS Research and Education based in Chennai participated in the global research along with Malawi, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Botswana, Kenya, Thailand, Brazil and the United States of America (USA)

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Many HIV patients sceptical about antiretroviral therapy

Wednesday, 29 November 2017

While explaining to Sakal Times, Vijay Nair, Chairman of Udaan, an NGO that works for spreading awareness about AIDS in the transgender community said often it was seen among Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) positive people, that despite being tested positive they do not have any symptoms regarding the disease

While explaining to Sakal Times, Vijay Nair, Chairman of Udaan, an NGO that works for spreading awareness about AIDS in the transgender community said often it was seen among Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) positive people, that despite being tested positive they do not have any symptoms regarding the disease

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‘The govt is committed to achieve 90,90,90 by year 2020’

Sunday, 26 November 2017

Dr R Gangakhedkar, Director-in-Charge, National AIDS Research Institute (NARI) talks to Namrata Devikar about the decrease in the number of infected people by 32 per cent till 2015 and the need to reach communities like transgenders and injection drug users to further reduce the number of infected patients.

Dr R Gangakhedkar, Director-in-Charge, National AIDS Research Institute (NARI) talks to Namrata Devikar about the decrease in the number of infected people by 32 per cent till 2015 and the need to reach communities like transgenders and injection drug users to further reduce the number of infected patients.

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Public healthcare badly lacks funds and infrastructure

Saturday, 25 November 2017

After the case of Delhi-based Fortis Hospital allegedly overcharging a family by presenting a bill of Rs 18 lakh for 15 days of treatment of their seven-year-old girl for dengue, many questions were raised about the rising cost of private health care. However, what also came forth is why majority of the families from lower and upper middle class prefer these expensive hospitals over the public health care set-up?

After the case of Delhi-based Fortis Hospital allegedly overcharging a family by presenting a bill of Rs 18 lakh for 15 days of treatment of their seven-year-old girl for dengue, many questions were raised about the rising cost of private health care. However, what also came forth is why majority of the families from lower and upper middle class prefer these expensive hospitals over the public health care set-up?

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'On 100th year of SNDT University, we will give scholarships to talented women'

Sunday, 19 November 2017

Shashikala Wanjari, Vice Chancellor of SNDT, talks to Namrata Devikar about new skill-based courses at the Pune campus for empowering women.

Shashikala Wanjari, Vice Chancellor of SNDT, talks to Namrata Devikar about new skill-based courses at the Pune campus for empowering women.

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Swine flu deaths decline

Saturday, 18 November 2017

6 deaths reported in Nov compared to 75 in Oct in State 

Pune: Though the State recorded 744 swine flu deaths this year, doctors from the city said that winter will see less number of cases. The number of swine flu patients this month has declined. The total deaths recorded across the State in October was 75 while the number was as low as six for the month of November. 

6 deaths reported in Nov compared to 75 in Oct in State 

Pune: Though the State recorded 744 swine flu deaths this year, doctors from the city said that winter will see less number of cases. The number of swine flu patients this month has declined. The total deaths recorded across the State in October was 75 while the number was as low as six for the month of November. 

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Technology to tackle dengue

Friday, 17 November 2017

Dr Khanna was felicitated with the seventh Anjani Mashelkar Inclusive Innovation Award along with the cash prize of Rs 1 lakh by Minister of Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar

Dr Khanna was felicitated with the seventh Anjani Mashelkar Inclusive Innovation Award along with the cash prize of Rs 1 lakh by Minister of Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar

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