Reports claiming 11 lakh children missed first measles vaccine in 2022 'inaccurate': Health ministry
There have been some media reports alleging that an estimated 11 lakh children in India missed their first measles vaccine dose in 2022 according to a report from WHO and CDC.
On Monday, the ministry said 27 adult intensive care patients and seven babies had already died as Gaza's largest hospital ran out of fuel to run its generators.
It said at least 500 people had been killed. Photos purportedly from al-Ahli Hospital shared widely on social video showed fire engulfing the building.
India has set the target of eliminating TB by 2025, five years ahead of the global deadline of 2030.
The decision was taken following the recommendation of the Union Health Ministry. However, the move ignited fierce debate among the medical associations and practitioners.
Tejashwi, who is also the state health minister, highlighted the benefits of the land earmarked for the proposed AIIMS in Darbhanga.
Scheme aims to propel value of pharma industry from current USD 50 billion to USD 130 billion by 2030.
According to officials, the state was ranked number one for six consecutive years from 2015-2020.
The ministry in 2018 had said that the matter regarding the formulation of legislation on Passive Euthanasia is under consideration.
The MCC has strengthened the rules this year to prevent medical seats from going waste as several students fail to join agreed courses.
Varsha told TNIE that the move would help ensure the participation of transgender persons in the medical sector.
The nursing professionals questioned the decision stating that the move was against the government’s own norms and will adversely affect the hierarchy.
Expressing concern over rising tobacco consumption, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya appealed to people to break free from the shackles of tobacco and embrace a healthier lifestyle.