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J&J Discontinues Its Talc-based Baby Powder, Over Piling Cancer Lawsuits

According to the company, its baby powder produced from cornstarch is readily available in many countries. J&J has put the blame for the approximately 38,000 consumer lawsuits in North America on many misinformations and continuously refuted the allegations, pointing at many scientific studies with

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Kerala Govt Sets Up BMI Unit To Fight Lifestyle Disease

Mental stress, food habits and lack of proper diet are among the factors which trigger lifestyle diseases, she said, adding that people can take preventive measures after assessing their fitness and calculating BMI through such units

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Delhi To Strictly Enforce Mask Mandate, Fines In View Of Covid Spike

Delhi on Wednesday reported eight deaths due to coronavirus the highest in nearly 180 days, according to data shared by the health department here. The city on Wednesday reported 2,146 new COVID cases with a positivity rate of 17.83 per cent

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Karkinos Healthcare Partners With TradeIndia To Organise Cancer Screening Drives Across Delhi NCR

According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) estimates, there will be a 12 per cent rise in cancer cases in India by the next five years and also indicates that the most common forms of cancer will be breast cancer, cervical cancer and oral cancer

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Over 19,760 Covid-cases Between August 1-10 In Delhi

The number of fatalities in the last three days also mounted significantly compared to the figures earlier. Delhi on Wednesday reported eight fatalities due to coronavirus, the highest in nearly 180 days, and 2,146 new cases with a positivity rate of 17.83 per cent

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Assam Is Planning Universal Health Insurance: Himanta

Flagging off 83 new ambulances for 108 Mritunjoy scheme here, Sarma Tweeted: "We are planning to come up with universal health insurance through Ayushman Assam for those left out of Ayushman Bharat

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New Omicron Sub-variant Detected In Most Samples Analysed: LNJP Study

More than half of these samples have been detected with the new sub-variant BA 2.75 of Omicron, he said. Doctors at the 2,000-bed LNJP Hospital, the largest under the Delhi government, has been the mainstay of the capital's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic since its outbreak here in March 2020

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How Molecular Diagnostics Help In Early Detection & Control Of Vector-borne Diseases

Molecular diagnostic techniques such as Nucleic Acid Amplification tests address these shortcomings effectively. With the ability to detect very low copies of the pathogen and identify mixed infections, Polymerase Chain Reaction based detection is now considered the gold standard for the diagnosis o

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AIIMS Bhopal To Enhance Beds In All Departments By 10%

Currently, there are 950 beds in the general ward and 150 beds in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) ward. The number of beds in all the departments of the hospital will be increased by 10 per cent," AIIMS Bhopal's newly appointed executive director Dr Ajai Singh told reporters on Wednesday evening

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Govt Plans To Include SII's qHPV Vaccine For Cervical Cancer In National Immunisation Programme

At present, the country is fully dependent on foreign manufacturers for the HPV vaccine. Three foreign companies manufacture the HPV vaccine of which two firms sell their vaccines in India. Each dose of the jab available in the market cost over Rs 4,000, the sources said.SII's vaccine is likely to b

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