Three more persons have died of swine flu here,taking the death toll in the viral infection in the city to 52,health officials said on Friday.
A new British TV station,dedicated entirely to fitness,is offering a string of classes,including those on Bhangra.
At least 46% of India's children still suffer from malnutrition making the country home to a third of the world's malnourished children,a study said.
More US health experts called for taxing sweetened soft drinks,saying such taxes could fight obesity and be used to fund public health efforts.
Rich people may not require friends because money can reduce their feelings of pain,and negate their needs for social popularity,according to a report.
Most women cannot keep a secret for more than 47 hours,a new survey has revealed.
The infant who was born with his heart protruding out of the chest and was operated upon by doctors at AIMS,died here on Wednesday.
A 15-year-old boy died of swine flu in Warangal on Wednesday,taking the death toll due to the virus in the state to 15.
The US Food and Drug Administration cleared vaccines from Sanofi-Aventis SA,Medimmune and Novartis AG for the H1N1 strain of influenza.
A 30-year-old woman has succumbed to swine flu at a private hospital here,taking the toll in the viral infection in the city to 44. Sharada Phulpati died last night,hospital authorities said on Wednesday.
Swine flu claimed its tenth victim in Delhi when a 26-year-old man undergoing treatment at the RML hospital succumbed to the viral infection.
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Cincinnati has revealed that a common pain cream,if rubbed on the skin during a heart attack,may prevent or reduce damage to the heart while interventions are administered.
Union Health Minister Gulam Nabi Azad announced that the proposed All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS),whose construction is yet to begin due to repeated delays in last four years,would start functioning in Jodhpur in next two to three years.
Some children have their first sexual intercourse at an early age not because they were raised without a father at home,but because it is in their genes,according to US researchers.
Swine Flu claimed its first victim in the city with a 52-year-old man succumbing to the viral infection at a hospital here,taking the toll in Maharashtra to 85.
Your shower may not be getting you as clean as you think with a US study finding many showerheads are dirty and may be covering you in a daily dose of bacteria that could make you sick.
French and American scientists have recommended that the World Health Organization (WHO) must review,and adjust its guidelines for the fight against tuberculosis (TB).
A new study has claimed that blokes lie six times a day and twice as often as the fair sex.
A new study has revealed that children who are more active during the day fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly at night.
The ban on smoking in public places in Britain has reaped great results,according to a study.
A single intravenous dose of the experimental drug,peramivir,cleared up flu symptoms as well as five days of Tamiflu pills did,a large study in Asia found.
The Karnataka Health Department confirmed the death of four women from swine flu in the state on Saturday. The total state toll now stands at 57.
US Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack stood up for pigs and hog farmers,saying their name has been dragged through the mud by people who insist on calling the A(H1N1) influenza pandemic 'swine flu.'
Delhi reported its sixth swine flu death when a 38-year-old woman undergoing treatment at the Ram Manohar Lohia hospital here,succumbed to the viral infection.
Snoring is abnormal and snorers are more prone to develop blood pressure,diabetes and obesity,doctors said in Kochi.