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    Amid Turning Tide, AIDS Claimed 1 Million Lives in 2016: UN

Amid Turning Tide, AIDS Claimed 1 Million Lives in 2016: UN

AIDS claimed a million lives in 2016, almost half the 2005 toll that marked the peak of the deadly epidemic, said a UN report on Thursday proclaiming “the scales have

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    World’s Smallest Pacemaker Implanted for the First Time in Northeast

World’s Smallest Pacemaker Implanted for the First Time in Northeast

The world’s smallest pacemaker has been implanted for the first in the Northeast on a 60-year-old man at the Hayat Hospital in Guwahati, claimed the hospital’s consultant interventional cardiologist Dr

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    Ozone Pollution Tied to Cardiovascular Health: Study

Ozone Pollution Tied to Cardiovascular Health: Study

Exposure to ozone, a powerful greenhouse gas and a widespread air pollutant in many major cities, may cause cardiovascular disease such as heart attack, high blood pressure and stroke, according

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    One New Case of Swine Flu Confirmed in Manipur

One New Case of Swine Flu Confirmed in Manipur

Manipur Health Minister L. Jayantakumar Singh on Saturday announced that one Pandemic Influenza H1N1 popularly known as Swine Flu case has been detected in Imphal West. Speaking to the media

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    Contraception Methods: Myths and Misconceptions

Contraception Methods: Myths and Misconceptions

One of the basic human necessities, but a taboo subject in India, is sex. While it is an integral part of life, it is also important to ensure that the

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    Marijuana May up Psychosis Risk in Teenagers: Study

Marijuana May up Psychosis Risk in Teenagers: Study

Daily consumption of marijuana may increase an adolescent’s risk of having recurrent psychotic-like experiences by 159 per cent, according to a new study. The psychotic-like experiences include the experiences of

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Decks Cleared for Nagaland Medical College

  Decks Cleared for Nagaland Medical College

Nagaland Government has given the green signal to construction of Nagaland Medical College at Phriebagie Kohima and admission to the

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Dealing with Depression

  Dealing with Depression

NET Bureau With increasing levels of stress resulting from the modern lifestyle, rates of depression among people are also rising.

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MCI Not to Recognize Two NEIGRIHMS Degrees

  MCI Not to Recognize Two NEIGRIHMS Degrees

In a surprising note, The Medical Council of India (MCI) has refused to recognize the MD/MS (Anesthesiology) qualification for two

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Having Smartphone within Reach Reduces Brain Power: Study

  Having Smartphone within Reach Reduces Brain Power: Study

Having a smartphone within sight or within easy reach – even if it is switched off – can reduce your

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Mizoram Launches Scheme for Better Treatment of HIV-Hit People

  Mizoram Launches Scheme for Better Treatment of HIV-Hit People

The Mizoram Health Minister Lal Thanzara on Thursday launched the ‘Test and Treat Strategy’ of the Mizoram state AIDS Control

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‘Giant Head’ Baby Roona Begum of Tripura Passes Away

  ‘Giant Head’ Baby Roona Begum of Tripura Passes Away

Tripura-born Roona Begum, who made headlines around the world after her head swelled up to 94 centimetres (circumference) due to

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Dengue Strikes Assam, 49 Cases Reported

  Dengue Strikes Assam, 49 Cases Reported

Dengue has made its presence felt in Assam with 49 people so far (till May 31) has lost their lives

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India Has Second Highest Number of Obese Children in the World: Study

  India Has Second Highest Number of Obese Children in the World: Study

India has the second highest number of obese children in the world after China, according to an alarming study which

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Say No to Sex, Non-Veg Food: AYUSH Ministry Advices Pregnant Women

  Say No to Sex, Non-Veg Food: AYUSH Ministry Advices Pregnant Women

Abstain from sex. Do not eat non-vegetarian food and harbour spiritual thoughts. That’s the advice the country’s AYUSH Ministry has

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Department of Atomic Energy to Take over B. Borooah Cancer Institute

  Department of Atomic Energy to Take over B. Borooah Cancer Institute

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved the taking over of Dr. B. Borooah Cancer Institute,

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Tomo Riba Institute Will Start Classes by September 2018

  Tomo Riba Institute Will Start Classes by September 2018

The Tomo Riba Institute of Health & Medical Sciences (TRIHMS) will start classes by September 2018 going by the timeline

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