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India may not meet millennium development goal on infant mortality

India’s infant mortality rate fell from 88 per 1000 live births in 1990 to 40 per 1000 live births in 2013, show reports from the Registrar General of India.1 But if the rate continues to decrease by 5.6% each year India will not be able to meet this year’s United Nations millennium development goal on infant mortality.  
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Study finds “know-do” gap in treatment of pneumonia and diarrhoea in children in rural areas

Many rural paediatric healthcare practitioners in India are not correctly diagnosing and managing pneumonia and diarrhoea, two of the leading causes of children’s deaths, a study has shown.  
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India may not meet millennium development goal on infant mortality

India’s infant mortality rate fell from 88 per 1000 live births in 1990 to 40 per 1000 live births in 2013, show reports from the Registrar General of India.1 But if the rate continues to decrease by 5.6% each year India will not be able to meet this year’s United Nations millennium development goal on infant mortality.  
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Poor girl child survival in India due to abortion of female fetuses and more death among girls

Modern ultrasound technology and economic pressure leads to female fetuses in the Ballabgarh area of northern India being aborted more often than male fetuses.  
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Government of India and ESCAP join forces to strengthen early warning systems for natural disasters

The Government of India and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) have announced a major new contribution of US$ 1 million to the ESCAP Multi-Donor...  
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4th International Summit on GMP, GCP & Quality Control, Oct 26-28, 2015, Hyderabad, India.

The OMICS Group Pharmaceutical Conferences covers on all aspects of the pharmaceutical sciences, manufacturing, quality with strong emphasis on originality and scientific quality.  
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Swine flu virus in India 'has become more virulent' since 2009 outbreak

An analysis by MIT researchers finds that the 2014-15 swine flu outbreak in India may have been caused by a more virulent strain than the outbreak of 2009.  
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Diabetes Risk Higher Among Indians in India Than in US

Prediabetes and type 2 diabetes prevalence differs among Asian Indians depending on whether they live in the US or India.  
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almost 5 years ago
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Textbook Of Medical Physiology

The book presents an exhaustive and thorough exposition of the fundamentals of medical physiology. The exposition is divided systematically into three sections covering General Physiology, Systemic Physiology and Specialized Integrative Physiology. Each section begins with a brief Introduction highlighting the topics covered. The subject is then explained in a graded manner with a large number of tables, flowcharts and diagrams to aid understanding. The level of exposition in the book is sufficiently detailed for it to serve as a useful text for undergraduate courses as well as for PG entrance examinations About the Author : - Indu Khurana, Associate Professor, Department of Physiology, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak, Haryana, India.  
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Cardiology Surgery Hospital India

Say Good Bye to Coronary Heart Disorders with Affordable Cardiothoracic Surgery in India  
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Private hospitals are told to treat acid attack victims free of charge

A bench made up of justices Madan B Lokur and Uday Umesh Lalit said that provisional figures showed that there were 309 acid attack cases in India in 2014. Most cases were reported in three states—Uttar Pradesh (185), Madhya Pradesh (53), and Gujarat (11)—while 27 cases were reported in Delhi. …  
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Private hospitals are told to treat acid attack victims free of charge

A bench made up of justices Madan B Lokur and Uday Umesh Lalit said that provisional figures showed that there were 309 acid attack cases in India in 2014. Most cases were reported in three states—Uttar Pradesh (185), Madhya Pradesh (53), and Gujarat (11)—while 27 cases were reported in Delhi. …  
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Buy Apple Mobiles Accessories at low prices in India. Shop online for Apple Mobiles Accessories at Snapdeal with options like Free shipping across India + cash on delivery + EMI options.  
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India’s rural medical practitioners are reluctant to refer in severe cases, study finds

India urgently needs an appropriate intervention to reduce the potential harm caused by rural medical practitioners (RMPs) and to improve the healthcare they provide, a study has found.  
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Type 2 diabetes is more common among Indians who stay in India than in those who migrate to US, study finds

People of Indian origin who live in the United States have a lower prevalence of diabetes than those who live in India, a study published in Diabetes Care has found.  
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Type 2 diabetes is more common among Indians who stay in India than in those who migrate to US, study finds

People of Indian origin who live in the United States have a lower prevalence of diabetes than those who live in India, a study published in Diabetes Care has found.  
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Type 2 diabetes is more common among Indians who stay in India than in those who migrate to US, study finds

People of Indian origin who live in the United States have a lower prevalence of diabetes than those who live in India, a study published in Diabetes Care has found.  
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Swine flu: how well did India respond?

Some media reports criticised the response, suggesting the recent outbreak of swine flu had led to panic. Jeetha D’Silva reports on India’s increasing preparedness and where more needs to be done to reduce morbidity and mortality  
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India’s rural medical practitioners are reluctant to refer in severe cases, study finds

India urgently needs an appropriate intervention to reduce the potential harm caused by rural medical practitioners (RMPs) and to improve the healthcare they provide, a study has found.  
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Will new Indian growth charts help stem the rise in childhood obesity?

New body mass index charts for children in India have the same overweight and obesity cut-off points as for adults, but not everyone agrees that they will help, writes Manupriya  
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