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Sewer workers could be at Ebola risk with current guidelines

Months later it issued more conservative guidelines that suggested containing the waste in a holding tank before releasing it into the water treatment system.

Published on 12th April 2017

Parliamentary nod for bill to grant equal rights to HIV, AIDS patients

The Bill lists various grounds on which discrimination against HIV positive persons and those living with them is prohibited.  

Published on 11th April 2017
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, a doctor and former congressman, arrives on Capitol Hill in Washington. (Photo | AP)

Trump top health official Tom Price gets bipartisan grilling

Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price dodged repeated attempts by Democrats to flush out the administration's next move on the Obama-era health insurance law.

Published on 30th March 2017

Before Parliament violence, other attacks on Britain

Britain has been targeted anew by what authorities are calling a terrorist incident. A look at other attacks on the country in recent years.

Published on 22nd March 2017

Hepatitis drug shows promise to help cut Ebola death rate

Interferon beta-1a treatment was provided to Ebola-stricken patients and was inferred that viral blood clearance was faster in those patients treated with the drug with decline in clinical symptoms.

Published on 22nd March 2017
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Bill Gates warns conflicts stoke risk of global pandemic

War and turmoil go hand-in-hand with disease and are the most likely agents to produce a global pandemic capable of killing millions of people, Bill Gates said.

Published on 18th February 2017

Horse antibodies could effectively treat Ebola infection

The treatment suppressed viral loads significantly and protected the animals from mortality.

Published on 7th February 2017

If Trump ends America's world leadership, who will step up? 

China isn't the only country that could profit from U.S. retrenchment.

Published on 24th January 2017

In Africa, Obama's presidency couldn't help but be personal

Obama's ties to Africa were personal. On the first visit to his father's homeland, Kenya, since winning the White House, he assured the cheering crowds: "I'll be back."

Published on 18th January 2017

De‘wise’ inventions

Right from eco-friendly to health related devices, these budding inventors have made significant discoveries. On Young Inventors Day, City Express gives you a peek into their brainchild

Published on 16th January 2017

Kerry assails 'factless' environment, defends Obama legacy 

John Kerry on Tuesday warned about the rise of a "factless political environment" in which policy is made on Twitter.

Published on 10th January 2017
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Liberian kids look homeward from Kochi with hearts filled with joy

Three children who underwent surgery for congenital heart disease at a city hospital are set to return to their country.

Published on 1st January 2017

India needs to invest more in public healthcare: WHO

The global body also proposed a few steps of working with the government to position health higher on the agenda.

Published on 11th December 2016

Canadian researcher maybe exposed in lab to Ebola

Published on 9th November 2016

Ebola may have mutated to better infect humans: Study

By increasing infectivity in human cells, it is possible that these mutations increased Ebola virus spread during the outbreak.

Published on 7th November 2016

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