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'No dengue-related death reported this time': Kejriwal congratulates Delhiites

'No dengue-related death reported this time': Kejriwal congratulates Delhiites

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Delhi govt's anti-dengue campaign to garner support from celebrities

Delhi govt's anti-dengue campaign to garner support from celebrities

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'Feeling well now': Recovering from dengue, says Mary Kom, who will skip European training tour

'Feeling well now': Recovering from dengue, says Mary Kom, who will skip European training tour

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Manish Sisodia discharged from hospital after testing COVID-19 negative

Manish Sisodia discharged from hospital after testing COVID-19 negative

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Delhi CM seeks RWAs' participation in anti-dengue campaign

Delhi CM seeks RWAs' participation in anti-dengue campaign

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Manish Sisodia given plasma therapy at Delhi hospital

Manish Sisodia given plasma therapy at Delhi hospital

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Manish Sisodia diagnosed with dengue after being hospitalised for fever

Manish Sisodia diagnosed with dengue after being hospitalised for fever

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Delhi CM launches initiative to defeat dengue

Delhi CM launches initiative to defeat dengue

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Dengue: Prevention And The Cure, Before It Turns Critical

Engage any healer nearby in addition to medical supervision. Do not go overboard by avoiding medical intervention. Ideally, reiki healers are the best ones

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Dengue And Chikungunya Rampant In India, Need Attention, Says Expert

Peter Piot, co-discoverer of the Ebola virus and director of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, says there is a need for building more responsive health systems

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Doctors Divided In Debate On Chikungunya Deaths In Delhi

Thousands of people affected by the mosquito-borne fever are being treated in Delhi hospitals, putting huge pressure on the city's healthcare infrastructure

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Communicable Diseases Rise 32 Per Cent In Five Years

There has been a steady increase in the incidence of communicable diseases over the last five years, except malaria which saw a 14 per cent decline

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Healthcare: A Collective National Agenda

India accounts for 21 per cent of the world’s burden of disease and the healthcare supply chain across funding, talent, infrastructure remains in short supply

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Heat Drives Zika’s Spread

Mosquitoes are by far one of the deadliest species on earth. Mosquito borne diseases are estimated to affect more than 700 million people globally every year

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