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Why fresh tests on Maggi : Nestle India

New Delhi: Nestle India on Thursday put a query to the apex consumer court as to why fresh tests were being allowed on Maggi...

Maggi to receive apex consumer court hearing on fresh tests

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: Nestle's arguments on fresh tests conducted on its popular Maggi noodles will receive a hearing by the apex consumer...

Less than 25% of cancer patients in need of surgery have access to it: Study

By NewsGram Staff-Writer London: A study released on Monday by the King's College London revealed that over 80 percent of the 15 million people diagnosed...

National Cancer Institute at Jhajjar: PMO pushes but ministry delays?

New Delhi: The Rs 2,035 crore National Cancer Institute (NCI), touted as one of the biggest government-run health projects in the country, has got...

Social acceptance more important to empower the disabled: UNICEF official

New Delhi: Louis-Georges Arsenault, UNICEF's representative to India, said to motivate persons with disabilities (PwD) to do better and come up in all walks...

Alcohol addiction could be treated with diabetes medication

By NewsGram Staff Writer London: A new research suggested that the medication for diabetes and obesity can treat alcohol dependency. Swedish researchers identified that interfering with...

MinION, device to cure urinary tract infection

New York: Urinary tract infections could be treated more quickly and efficiently now, using a DNA sequencing device which is similar to the size...

Energy drinks tied to serious brain injuries in teens

By NewsGram Staff Writer Toronto: Teenagers who consume energy drinks are much more likely to sustain traumatic brain injury(TBI), new research suggests. "We have found a link...

Incessant dengue: Figure reaches 21 in capital

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: With dengue claiming three more lives on Thursday, the toll in the national capital rose to 21 on Friday. Mohd....

Dengue deaths in Delhi: Govt in action

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: Dengue, a viral infection, is transmitted through the bite of an infected female Aedes mosquito. Initial symptoms of this...

Hour-long afternoon naps may increase risk of diabetes: Study

London: While taking a short nap may be good for your health, extending it to an hour or more significantly increases risk of developing diabetes,...

Living near highway may increase leukaemia risk in kids: Study

London: Living in the proximity of heavily-used roads may increase risk of a type of leukaemia in children, according to research. Exposure to benzene related to...

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