Sunday , 17 June 2018

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    Health

    Artificial sweeteners may be counterproductive to dieting

    Artificial sweeteners may be counterproductive to dieting

    If you think that using artificial sweetener instead of sugar in your coffee may help you lose weight, think again. According to a study, sweeteners combined with a low carbohydra ...

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    Study says 43 per cent elderly people face psychological problems in India

    Study says 43 per cent elderly people face psychological problems in India

    Forty-three out of 100 elderly people in India are victims of psychological problems due to loneliness,and other relationship issues, a new study has said. Based on the feedback f ...

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    Shortage of HIV testing kits hits patients

    Shortage of HIV testing kits hits patients

    Press Club of India, Indian Tehalka News Following an acute shortage of the first-level HIV testing kits in the State, testing has almost come to a standstill in the government-ru ...

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    PepsiCo to focus on health related drinks

    PepsiCo to focus on health related drinks

    Press Club of India, Indian Tehalka News The company has on Thursday launched a new product under Mountain Dew brands -Game Fuel - targeting the gaming community. In order to tap ...

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    Bad blood: 2,234 get HIV after transfusion

    Bad blood: 2,234 get HIV after transfusion

    Press Club of India, Indian Tehalka News No action taken against hospitals or blood banks, says RTI activist. In the last 17 months alone, 2,234 persons across India have been inf ...

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    Potassium bromate in same cancer class as coffee

    Potassium bromate in same cancer class as coffee

    Press Club of India, Indian Tehalka News Less toxic than processed and red meat. Potassium bromate, the chemical additive widely prevalent in bread and refined flour and associate ...

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    Injectable vaccine to prevent re-emergence of polio launched

    Injectable vaccine to prevent re-emergence of polio launched

    press club of india, Indian Tehalka News An injectable vaccine to prevent re-emergence of polio was launched today by the government and it will be administered in addition to pol ...

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    Tuberculosis ranks alongside HIV as leading killer worldwide: WHO report

    Tuberculosis ranks alongside HIV as leading killer worldwide: WHO report

    press club of india, Indian Tehalka News In 2014, tuberculosis (TB) killed 1.5 million people, 400,000 of whom were HIV-positive, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Wedne ...

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    Skin bank declared open in city hospital

    Skin bank declared open in city hospital

    press club of india, Indian Tehalka News To help treat burn victims, a bank that will store skin retrieved from cadavers was commissioned in the city on Wednesday. Patients with t ...

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    Infant from Pakistan has face reconstructed

    Infant from Pakistan has face reconstructed

    press club of india, Indian Tehalka News Noman Arshad was born with a rare disease which had prevented the bones on his face from fusing. After 18 months, he has finally received ...

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