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PM Modi chairs high-level meeting on International Yoga Day

PM Modi chairs high-level meeting on International Yoga Day The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, today chaired a high-level meeting to review the preparations for International Yoga Day – June 21st. He said the planning of activities and events on Yoga Day should aim to make Yoga a mass movement, all over the world. Emphasizing that […]

Eye check up camp organized ALIGARH: The Department of Community Medicine, JN Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University organized a free eye check up camp for children under 15 years of age at Urban Health Training Centre, Qila Road. Prof. Najam Khalique, Chairman of the department inaugurated the camp. Addressing on the occasion, he said that […]

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Battle ropes new mantra to shed weight Being healthy and in shape is one thought that keeps striking people almost every day. Many people just sit and plan and do nothing but plan. At the end of the year, instead of shedding weight, they gain a couple of pounds and they continue to accumulate weight […]

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Canada salmonella outbreak leaves 34 people affected following live poultry contact from a hatchery Canada salmonella outbreak 2015 seems to be serious and has affected dozens of people till now. Reports suggest that officials are trying to understand as to how as many as three dozen people actually suffered from salmonella infections after contact with […]

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The “Nix” gene can turn female mosquitoes into male ones, kill dengue, chikungunya virus Dengue creates havoc in many parts of the world. Thousands of people lose their lives every year from dengue fever, a vector born disease that is very common in Africa, South Asia and Caribbean. United States was not known to have […]

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Cancer Marathon set to be held today ALIGARH: The Wings of Desire, an organization of students of the Aligarh Muslim University is organizing Aligarh’s biggest Cancer Marathon on May 23, 2015, in collaboration with the Department of Radiotherapy. A seminar and lecture will also be organized to educate people, especially youth and children on cancer […]

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Skipping meals makes you ‘fat-bellied': Study Many people who aspire to shed weight start so by avoiding food. But a latest study claims that it may have just opposite result and may make you fat bellied, instead of skiny. So if you are one of those people who thought that skipping meals will help you […]

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Food inspectors in UP order recall of Maggi noodles over a harmful substance Instant noodle may be off your table pretty soon. Yes, Maggi, the instant noodle that we have been gorging on since our childhood may be banned in the country due to a substance that is said to be part of the preparation. […]

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Metabolic syndrome afflicts half of American elders: Study Washington: Metabolic syndrome is increasingly becoming common. An overwhelming number of Americans are suffering from it. A recent study claims that as many as 35 percent American men suffer from it. The number among seniors is much higher and more than half American elders suffer from it. […]

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Indian minister addresses NAM Health Ministers’ Meeting Stresses on holistic health, Yoga J P Nadda, Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare and the President of 68th World Health Assembly addressed the NAM Health Ministers’ meeting, organized on the sidelines of the World Health Assembly, at Geneva today. The Health Minister stressed on the importance […]

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AMU to go for accreditation of its healthcare services including JN Medical College ALIGARH: Encouraged by the grading by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) after the visit of its Peer Team in February last and in view of its impact on the academic and research activities of the university, the Aligarh Muslim University has […]

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AMU Launches e-Consultancy and Monitoring Cell for Diabetes ALIGARH: Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University has become the first medical college in the country to launch “e-Consultancy and Monitoring Cell for Diabetes”. This Cell will provide all necessary information and medical advice to the patients of diabetes through e-mail and telephone. For this purpose, […]

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Bobbi Kristina Brown latest news 18th May: Why Bobby, Cissy cannot be on the same page  There is a big gulf and huge differences between the families of Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston when it comes to the health of Bobbi Kristina Brown. For the last several months she is unconscious and unresponsive without even […]

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Bird flu outbreak in USA: 90 farms affected in Minnesota, poultry shows cancelled Bird flu seems to be threatening poultry fairs in the US. This indicates that things are becoming serious and tough actions are needed to be taken to take care of the issue. If it is not controlled now, there are chances that […]

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