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100 cases of dengue reported in Himachal Pradesh’s Kangra

100 cases of dengue reported in Himachal Pradesh’s Kangra. At least 100 cases of dengue have been confirmed in Himachal Pradesh’s Kangra district till October 10. Speaking to ANI, RS Rana, Chief Medical Officer of Kangra district, said that the health department has initiated an awareness campaign to prevent the disease from spreading.“The health department

Factors linked to Chikungunya, Dengue outbreaks discovered

Factors linked to Chikungunya, Dengue outbreaks discovered. In one of the largest studies of its kind, researchers analyzed chikungunya and dengue outbreak data from 76 countries over a period of 50 years. They mainly focused on regions across the Indian Ocean that are hard hit by these and other mosquito-borne infectious diseases. The data revealed

Fortis Hospital negligence

Fortis Hospital negligence: Haryana Health minister orders to cancel license

Fortis Hospital negligence: Haryana Health minister Anil Vij ordered to cancel license of Fortis Hopsital. As well as previously, The state health department has registered a case against Hospital, canceled the hospital’s blood bank’s license. Gurugram’s Fortis Hospital has been in trouble since the case of seven-year-old girl’s death. On the basis of irregularities found

Dengue menace uncontrollable in Punjab

Dengue menace uncontrollable in Punjab

Dengue menace in Punjab is rapidly increasing .During past two days there have been 652 cases of the disease in the state. According to the recent report, one suspected dengue patient died in Khanna. Deceased Hari Ram was a resident of Ambedkar colony and the patient had low platelets due to dengue.It is worth mentioning

Looming threat make companies launch dengue insurance

Dengue has become quite a dreaded disease this season as the cases are not ceasing to come. With an eye of increasing number of patients, several companies have now started dengue insurance where a subscriber will be paid the expense of treatment is he is affected by the disease. While the experts believed that cases

Dengue sting: Two more deaths in Delhi, 5220 cases

New Delhi, Oct 16, Two more persons, including a 26 -year-old Manipuri woman, have succumbed to dengue in the national capital, even as the number of people affected by the vector-borne disease this season has mounted to 5,220, according to a municipal report released today. With the two deaths reported, the toll from dengue in

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has dengue, in hospital: Doctor

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has dengue, in hospital: Doctor

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has dengue. Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s daughter, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, has been admitted to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SRGH) here for treatment of dengue, a senior doctor said today. Dr D S Rana, Chairman (Board of Management), SRGH, said, “She has been diagnosed with dengue fever and is recovering.”  Hospital authorities

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra admitted in hospital due to dengue

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra admitted in hospital due to dengue. New Delhi, Aug 25: Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s daughter, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, has been admitted to the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SRGH) here for treatment of dengue, a senior doctor said today.Dr D S Rana, Chairman (Board of Management), SRGH, said, “She has been diagnosed with

Health Dept on full alert against swine flu, instructed to set up separate wards

Health Dept full alert swine flu. Punjab Health Department here has pulled its socks smelling the threat of the swine flu and dengue and it put into action its staff and instructions have been issued to all the state government run and the private hospitals to be prepared to face the challenge and also told

Be aware about Dengue, Know Symptoms

Be aware about Dengue, Know Symptoms

Be aware about Dengue, Know Symptoms. Dengue is not a new disease. Every year, after the rainy season, hospitals are filled with dengue patients.The reason for this is the virus, do not ignore the body pain and high fever. As we see when there is a slight fever any family member and it is not

Vector-borne diseases claimed 1,010 lives year

Vector-borne diseases claimed 1,010 lives this year

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS New Delhi, Jul 21 (PTI) Vector-borne diseases have claimed 1,010 lives so far this year, including 632 deaths due to H1N1, the government informed the Lok Sabha today. Stating that there is a broad strategy to control vector- borne

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Three suspected cases of dengue reported in Shahjahanpur

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Three suspected cases of dengue were reported at the district hospital here, doctors said today.The three persons suspected to be suffering from dengue were admitted to the district hospital yesterday. They have been kept in the Dengue ward, the

Awareness rally on Dengue in Dera Bassi

With the aim of combating deadly disease dengue, hundreds of schoolchildren today participated in an awareness rally organised by the ATS Rotary Club in collaboration with the Health Department. Awareness rally Dengue.NK Sharma, Chief Parliamentary Secretary, flagged off the rally from the Civil Hospital, Dera Bassi.Children marched through streets and markets of the town with

Hry health dept launches ‘Hum versus Dengue’ campaign

Hry health dept launches ‘Hum versus Dengue’ campaign Chandigarh, Jun 29 (PTI) The Haryana health department has launched ‘Hum versus Dengue’ campaign, under which children studying in government schools in Gurgaon district would be provided free insurance cover of up to Rs 20,000 for treatment, in case diagnosed with the vector-borne disease.The campaign would be

87 Dengue,146 Chikungunya Cases found in Delhi Before ‘Season’ Starts

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had last month directed the authorities to make a comprehensive plan in the matter, while the civic bodies are keeping a tab on mosquito-breeding, in and out of homes, through regular monitoring.Nearly 150 cases of chikungunya have been reported in Delhi this year, with 9 of them being recorded this month,

Outbreak Of Dengue In Punjab, 4 Cases Registered

The outbreak of Dengue in Punjab. Yes, you read Right, 4 cases of dengue reported in Punjab. All the patients suffered from this disease admitted in DMC Hospital of Ludhiana.The admitted patients are from Nawanshahr, Jalandhar and Hoshiarpur. Civil Surgeon appealed people don’t get scare of this, but take care of yourself and follow the

Awareness for Malaria, Dengue and Chikungunya

Mass awareness campaign for the prevention of Dengue/Malaria/Chikunguneya

Mass awareness campaign for the prevention of Dengue/malaria/chikunguneya by health and ICDS department in whole Patiala district A mass level dengue, malaria and chikunguneya awareness  campaign flagged off by Dr Balwinder Singh CS Patiala at Sieon chowk, Ranjit nagar at 8.00 am, which was highly affected  area last years to percolate this activities at ground

Dengue soars to 836 cases so far in city

Chandigarh: Despite all the possible efforts, being made to curb the dengue menace, the number of dengue and chikungunya cases is on rising. Proving the fact that getting how still the health department is finding t difficult to get the control over the everyday increasing dengue and chikungunya cases in the city. In a statement

Less dengue cases reported this year, says Health Department

Ludhiana: The city hospitals are flooded with the patients of dengue and chikunguniya, but Municipal Corporation Ludhiana and Health Department claim that these diseases are less fatal this year. As meeting of members of the Executive City Urban Health Society took place on Friday under the chairmanship of the Municipal Corporation, Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori. In

Dengue spread in Samana and Patiala

Patiala: The Dengue spread at an alarming pace at Samana and in Babu Singh Colony of Patiala. The situation at both these areas said to be critical as the Patients are coming in a big way. In Samana so far six deaths have been reported due to Dengue and the patients are coming at regular intervals.