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Mon, 19 Feb 2018

Northeast Today

Health

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    Mizoram Stepped up Surveillance of Swine Flu

Mizoram Stepped up Surveillance of Swine Flu

Mizoram stepped up surveillance in view of Swine flu (H1N1) cases detected and a number of people killed in some parts of the country, state health department officials said. Dr

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    HIV Funds Withheld in Mizoram, Warned of Surge in New Infections

HIV Funds Withheld in Mizoram, Warned of Surge in New Infections

By Adam Halliday Healthcare providers working to stem the spread of HIV in a state with the second-highest prevalence rate in India have warned of a potential surge in new

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    A Drink a Day May Reduce Heart Failure Risk

A Drink a Day May Reduce Heart Failure Risk

A large study of nearly 15,000 men and women has found that having up to seven drinks a week is associated with a 20 percent lower risk of men developing

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    20 Minute Walk Each Day Reduces Early Death Risk

20 Minute Walk Each Day Reduces Early Death Risk

A brisk 20-minute walk each day is enough to reduce an individual’s risk of early death, say British researchers. After analysing over 334,000 European men and women, they also found

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    Special Strategy to Tackle HIV-AIDS in Northeast

Special Strategy to Tackle HIV-AIDS in Northeast

After conducting its HIV Sentinel Surveillance, the National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) has agreed to formulate a special strategy to tackle prevalence of HIV/AIDS in the North East region. This

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    Liver Diseases in Northeast; Thrice Than National Average

Liver Diseases in Northeast; Thrice Than National Average

The incidence of liver diseases in the northeast is thrice that of the national average, said Naimish Mehta, a senior liver transplant surgeon at New Delhi’s Sir Ganga Ram Hospital,

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A Hug a Day Keeps Doctor Away

  A Hug a Day Keeps Doctor Away

It may not be a far-fetched idea to replace apple a day with a hug as researchers have found that

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Why Eating Red Meat Causes Cancer

  Why Eating Red Meat Causes Cancer

A new study has examined that Neu5Gc, a non-human sugar found in red meat, promotes inflammation and cancer progression in

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Fast Food Affects Kid’s Brain

  Fast Food Affects Kid’s Brain

Eating fast food affects not only your child’s general health but could also slow down his/her brain, a new research

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Students Consider Hookah Safer Than Cigarettes

  Students Consider Hookah Safer Than Cigarettes

College students consider hookah smoking safer than smoking cigarettes as they lack awareness about the risks associated with the former,

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Breast Cancer Impacts Men & Women Differently

  Breast Cancer Impacts Men & Women Differently

Breast cancer impacts men and women differently and men do not fare as well as female patients in survival rates,

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Wound Healing Powers of Assam’s Muga Silk Discovered

  Wound Healing Powers of Assam’s Muga Silk Discovered

Moving past its image as a popular textile, Indian scientists have tapped into Assam’s durable Muga silk to craft sutures,

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70 Pregnant Women HIV Positive in Tripura

  70 Pregnant Women HIV Positive in Tripura

About 70 pregnant women have tested HIV–positive in Tripura in the past three years, an official of the Tripura State

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Booming Opportunities for Paramedics

  Booming Opportunities for Paramedics

A common aspiration of almost every Indian parent to bring his offspring out as an MBBS which might not be

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In Love with Skin Again

  In Love with Skin Again

If you were thinking that winter is limited to cough, sore throat, and sneezing, then think again. Sample this: the

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650 Doctor Posts Vacant in Assam Govt Hospitals

  650 Doctor Posts Vacant in Assam Govt Hospitals

Over 650 posts of doctors are lying vacant in government hospitals in Assam, even as newly- recruited doctors have shown

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Dengue Outbreak in Arunachal

  Dengue Outbreak in Arunachal

Seven people have tested positive for Dengue Fever in Pasighat town, according to State Epidemiologist Dr L Jampa. The DHS,

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