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New vaccine by Pune-based institute safe against severe rotavirus gastroenteritis: Study

To be launched in Nov; Centre orders 3.8 million doses for use in Universal Immunisation Programme

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India continues to suffer from high child mortality rate due to diarrhoea

India accounts for more than a fifth of the world’s child death that occurs due to diarrhoea.

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India tops child deaths due to pneumonia and diarrhoea: study

The report stated that India accounts for one out of five child deaths due to the two diseases.

Combating diarrhoea: Pune among 3 districts in India to hold pilot trials of rotavac

Apart from Pune, the Centre has also selected two other districts, Vellore in Tamil Nadu and Kangra in Himachal Pradesh, to roll out the new rotavac vaccine.

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After showing how ORS can treat diarrhoea, he now embarks on surveillance of pneumonia

In Pune for a two-day visit, Dr Santosham said that 1.5 million deaths could be prevented if children are vaccinated. This means that 4,000 children are dying, of which 20 per cent are from India.

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Watch your lectin intake

If not taken in right proportion, this protein may cause cramping, bloating, hyperacidity and diarrhoea.

How rotavirus causes infection in kids

The tummy bug rotavirus attacks cells through carbohydrate receptors present on a child’s intestinal cells, a new study has found.

India records highest deaths among under-five children

The Union government has however not conducted any study in this regard, Health Minister J P Nadda said.

Now, ‘electronic nose’ to detect diarrhoea

Researchers have developed an “electronic nose” that can sniff the highly infectious bacteria that causes these diseases.

On 3rd day, water contamination toll touches 200, 70-year-old dead

The authorities are still not sure of the reason behind the water contamination.

Diarrhoea outbreak in Sihauda village, 1 dead

More than one lakh illegal water connections continue to function under the nose of the MC in city.

While shifting to gluten-free diet,exercise caution

Those diagnosed with celiac disease may eat small amounts of gluten on and off.

‘India tops in pneumonia and diarrhoea cases’

India continues to lose more than 400,000 children before they turn five to these two diseases,the report stated.

Letters to the Editor: Barefoot doctors

This refers to the editorial ‘Not all or nothing’ (IE,November 14). It makes a lot of sense for young people to be trained in basic medicine by means of short duration courses. It is well known that rural India is facing a huge shortage of doctors. This is because,compared to its population,India trains very few […]

Not all or nothing

The rural health cadre will not create two classes of doctors,it will help fill two different needs.